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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 18, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 18, 10-1G Bits of News .Mostly. Personal Mrs. Claud Hair runi niece. Patricia Ann H.irr, buth 01 devcland. Miss,, I St.: Patrick's-Day l . • Observed At Banquet ' "Sure and 'twas a fin«" night for 1 theurlsh" Friday n|ght vhen mem- I t*r» of Blytheville High School Girls [Beth Club had their second nn- ; nua) banquet nt Hotel Noble. i Decorations and tile program car\ ried out the St. Patrick's Day tlieine. jOn'plac* cards and programs were !' shajnrock designs and centering tn- ; bles were arrangements of jonquils I with glowing yellow tapers. ' To/begin .the program a prayer, ! "To the Greatest Saint," was led I by Miss Frauces Shouse. "A Beta | Welcome" was given by (he club ; president, Miss Betty Woodson. "An [ Irish Response" was by Owen Hat* rlso'n, a guest. Miss Vannye Whttley's topic was "Str'Patrick and the Beta Club." T^ie ''Emerald Isle Quartet" presented vocal selections "Irish Eyes Are-Smiling" and "My Wild Irish Rose." Composing the quartet were differ Caldwell, -Harry Farr, Ben Lancashire and Freeman Jernigan, also' guests. /{^bingo game. "Irish," was led I byjlfes Frances Field and the win- i ner,'>guest Dave Hudson, was prc- 1 scrtted, a box of candy. ^"parody on the poem "Trees" was .given by Miss I/ouella Barnes. Triet B«ta oath was administered xr .... ,, ,,,„,,ii..i by; the club secretary, Miss Arden Meiiiphi.s_Unnt,.« Hosrnl,!. Fefgijsbn, and the program con' cliided V'ith the Beta song. . Among -those present were seven ne^Tmembers, who have now com|)!d£d initiation .rituals and been _ pr»s*nted Beta pins. ..These mem- I bersrwere Miss Jane Shellon, Miss t Virginia .Swearingen, Miss Billy : Loijjie Gaines, Miss Evelyn Cun< nincham, -Miss Mary Morgan, Miss JoVann Trjeschman and Miss Gay GaYrjigan. Guests included .J3eta members' escorts, their sponsor. Mrs. San ford 'Bpone; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nich- olspi) and Miss Rosa Hardy. (ckcncl IHTC v.'itii Mi*. Dorr's moliKH 1 , Mrs. 11. W. Lovc-ti and lamily. Thr-ii' v.vrc accompanied home by Mi's. V. K. Bullock, Mrs. Han's uuni. wiin is en route to In-.' huiiu 1 in roiihmcl. Ore. Mrs. Hiiliwk has been hen- fore (he past Ic-w \vc-ei<s \viili her sisters, Mrs. Lovctt. urn! hiinily. Mr. anil Mrs. A. C,. Khihlcy and duuglitcr. Miss Joprphiiii' Khililcy, have returntid from naAMjn, Cia.. where they atlomleu tin- fmii-ral of Mrs. Shilil'.-y's bui'.h'-i, (i. M. Sallba, He (lied Tlnn'Mlay at St. Mary's Hospital in itcK-ln'.sler. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. .Imiie- Kmiih uwl Mr. and Mi-s. AKIiou Kiniili ni bourn, Mn.. :u><i Mi 1 . IMK! Mrs. H. E. Weir of Brace. Teim., Inve returned ID their homes ing been here as Kuesls r Mrs, W. Leonard Smith c; They came especially I. the .death of Mrs. n. C. .who died Thursday mfiminii Ann Gillcspie Bride Of Ralph F. Ecton The N. !.. Oillesple home In Osceola was the setting for a wed- clini! Saturday nlljht, 8 o'clock, whr-n Miss Anna Pearl GlllM|)ii; iH'i'amv I he Ijiiclc of Ralph R Kc- Coming Events TUESDAY Business Women's Circle of First Baptist Church meeting with Dr Edna Nies, 7:30 p. m, I.ange PTA meeting nt the school 3 o'clock, preceded Ijy an executive board meet at 2:;i( o'clock. Tlie Rev. W, V. Womnck, pastor Mrs. Charles Crlggfr hostess to of (lie Hist Methodist church, Tuesday club. performed Hie rcrcniony before an j Miss Frances Little hoKlpss to improvised altar of Southern [Double G Club. Miiilux and floor baskets of gladi- | .Special meeting of Senior I'TA oli and sprinu Ilowcrs of paste] int home of "MV.s. Mat Monaghan .sluicii-.s wilh a pyramid effect of] Ml West Ash. 7:30 o'clock. while candles in white standards al eillier end of the altar. •Hie bride was given in marriage by her father. N. 1.. Gillesple, and v/ore it tfrey spring -suit with black .'icres.sortes nnd a flowered hat. Her only ornament wi»« a single .slii-.nd of pearls, u gift of the b)itlei;i'ontn. She carrietl a small' white liainhow Cilrl's Hihle, topjicd v.'ith an ureliicl and lied with loops WP;DNESDAY l*TA meeting at school of while sal in ribbon, holding l Ci Colston. Central 3 o'clock. Mrs. .James !!. Clnrt: .hostess to Town and Country Club. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertains Wednesday lirtdtfc Olulj. THURSDAY Alpha Beta 13imco Club meeting with Mrs. I,fine Novell. CjNB Club meeting witli Mrs. W sprays of dainty pink (lowers. Miss Kelly Jo HotrUlns of Carril., was maid of honor es 8th' Birthday" ! With Party Yesterday SE.; Patrick's Day also was John Robert . Stovall's eighth blrlhday -celebrate the occasion, he entertained 30 friends yesterday afternoon, at the. Slovall home on Franklin Street. Games were played during the : afternoon with prizes awarded Sliir- } ley Alley and sue Owens. Entertaining rooms of the home ' were, decorated with vases of jon- '•• trails. Refreshments of ice cream witl' I the pink and green birthday cat! were served. Each guest was givei small flag and St. Patrick's Daj I green candy. Photographs were tn [ ken during the afternoon. The ' host's mother. Mrs. J. F 1 Stovall, was assisted by Mrs. Eai Lowe'ry, in serving and leading games. \ • • * 1 Mrs. Roy To Speak Mrs. -James Roy, Blytheville law- er, will be the guest speaker av two special Senior Parent Teacher Association meetings, tomorrow night and th e following Tuesday night, I it .was announced today by the president, Mrs. Russell Darham. These \wo rneeetings are •" combined social and educational meetings, with the first to be tomorrow niglit, 7:30 o'clock, at the home Mrs. Matt Monaghan and the second,- Tuesday night, March 2G, i at the home of Mrs. Chester Caldwell. All members arc urged to at- l^nd these sessions, it was announced. Son Born To Wolters Mr. and Mrs. J. Bines Wolter are parents of a son born Saturday at, Blytheville .Hospital. Their first child, he has bcei named Joe Duston. Mrs. Wolters is the former Miss Lafetra May, daugh'ter of Mr. and Mrs. LaFayette May. Mr. and Mrs. Kuisenc Do/in- have returned to their homo In I.ill!' 1 Rork. Mrs. Do/ier h:ul boon in Memphis the past eisiit tvoeks wilh her mother. Mrs. n. C. Blackwell. who died Thursday ;.t Memphis Baptist Ho.ipital anil Mr. Do/ier jnined her Thursday. 'Mrs. Herman O. Graves has been ailed to Aberdeen. Miss., bccuusr- f the illness of Her molher. Her rother. Master Eergt. .lack Maker. ust home from Manila, motored ip for her. Mr. and Mrs. Herman 1'erk ami ion. Jiinmie, of Evansville, Hid., spent the weekend here as jiuests of Mr. Peek's mother. Mrs. W. M. Bartley, and Mr. Hail Icy. at their ionic on Fifth .street, 'they came especially to be wilh Mr. Hartley who has been ill. They formerly lived In Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Gc.>n; c . I.nne. who lloved to Tucson. Arii 1 ... a vein" :iK<> because of Mr. Lane':; healsh. ai-; visilinu here en route to West Virginia (o visit relatives. Mr. La IIP, who was connected wilh I.oy I'.lc!i Chevrolet Company, has enlir recovered from his illness. Mrs. Bciilah Lloyd hud as hci uuests during the weekend. Mr . Totld and Mrs. Lee Reeves, both of ChntlniHiOgn, TVnn. Mrs. Todcl and Mrs. lleevcs left today fur Memphis, where thev \vtll utleiul the Tennessee State Woman's M!s- slonnry Union Convent Ion. Miss Wilnin Krotl spent the weekend in Memphis with friends. Master Tommy Phillips Jr.. of Gridcr. underwent a tonsllectomy today at Blytheville Hospital. His Grandmother. Mrs. Callin Moore, also [>cr hav- JUKI v,'»ro a nold dressmakers suit f Mr. and j with black accessories. Her corsage wits of white carnations. A. W. Wilson of Placeirlia, Calif., served as best man. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the dining room. A Ihrcc-tlcred wedding cake centered the lace draped table. Mis. J. B. Wilson of Joiner presided at (he bride's table. Mrs. Mmia Moore had charge of the bride's register. Miss Gillesple. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Gillesple. Is graduate or Osceola High Schcol. The • bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. li. F. Ecton of Oxnard. Calif. He received his education lit Oxnard Union High School and is a veteran of 13 months in the European Theater oC Operations. After a short wedding trip the voung couple will go to Toledo, Ohio, where the groom will take a six weeks course Is a trade school, after which they will make their iioine is California. guests L of Mrs. Partlow hostess to Mid-week Club B. A. Lynch. Mrs. H. O. Club Eight. Thursday Luncheon Club meeting wilh Mrs. Russell Philips. Mrs. E. R. Dickinson hostess to Enlre Nous Club. Thursday Contract Clul) meeting with Mrs. G. C. Caudill. Mrs. R. A. Watenkamp enter-f. tains Octette Club. jj FRIDAY f Junior Fellowship of First Methodist Church meeting at the church, 3:45 p. in. Junior Royal Association of First Haptist Church meeting at church immediately after school. Mrs. I.eon Scherer hostess to Friday Rouk Club. Initial Club meeting wilh Mrs. Herman May. Woman's Club meeting at club house. 2:30 o'clock. At The Hospital* JSIythevlllc Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Hugh Hrantley, city. Mrs. KU'CC White, city. Tommy Phillips, Orider. Mrs. Ciilllc Moore, Grider. Mr:,. W. A. Dobyns, city. Mrs. Gordon Hcrrick, city. Mrs. Thomas Clark, city. Clyde F.dward Barber, city. Born lo'Mr. and Mrs. nines Wolters. ciiv, a son, Saturday night. Dismissed: Mr:,. W. U. Oreen and baby, Os- CCOlil. Canic Davis, Carnthersvillc, Mo. Mi.-. Mflvin Estep, city. Walls llosrdlal Admit led: Loriiip Thomas, city. Paul Fowler, Steele, Mo. Mrs. I!. J. Dix.son. city. Mrs. IV A. McCann,'Manila. Mrs. Oscar Densmore, Manila Mrs.. Alice Womack, city. Jo Alice Norrid, .Steele, Mo. Mrs. imogt-ne Wilson, Steele, Dismissed: Mi.s. li. ]'•'. Brogdon, cily. Mrs. Alvln Wells, Luxora. Claude Jones, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Walter Dooley and .sons, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Kiln Carson. Caruthersville Mo. Mrs. W. E. Wallace, Kclser. Havel Htjiith. Wilson. Memphis Mcthnilist Hospllal Admii tetl: Mrs. II. C. Neal, Steele. Mo. Henrietta Gil>son. Leacliville. Reid Corbin, Caruthers\ r i)le, Mo. >Itni|)bis St. Joseph Hospital Admitted: M. L. Palcnske. Dyess. Mrs. Willie Young, Steele, Mo. Mo kidway Club Begins •ractice For Play The skldxay Home Demonstra- lon Club mcl Tuesday at the ionic of Mrs. Aloiiza Plceman. There vas 100 per cent of the membership present, with three new mem- ijfrs also enroled. They are beginning Iheir play M'actieo now for the Home Demonstration club Play Tournament ind plan to carry out their motto, 'To Make th e Best Belter." There were reports from gardening an<l poultry chairmen. During iliscussion many helpful hints were 1,'lvfn. The home management i-hairman nave an interesting report on doughnuts. It was brought on; that they are sugar savers hut nutritious. A social hour was enjoyed by all after which jello and whipped cream, angel food cake, and coffee were served. The fiit. Patricks Day emblem was used on plute as favors. The next meeting. April G. will be held at the home ol Mrs. Bryan Csborne. There will be a drawing from which the lucky person will take home an apron and bonnet. Croucli to the group elected Mary serve as secretary. Reports were given by the following group captains: Franklin Smith, cotton captain; L. C. Haygood, pig captain; Vernon Cornelison. calf captain; Clifton Galyeon, corn captain; Dale Cole, potato captain; Faye Klhcrldgc, gardening and canning captain; Maxinc Rhodes, clothing captain; Charles Etheridgi', poultry captain; and Pearl Xachery, cooking captain. Miss Cora Lee Coleman gave a demonstration on clothing and W. O. Hazclbaker gave a demonstration on seed testing. WILSON NFAVS Miss Until Morgan, student at New Church Secretary Mrs. i.oulizza VanPattcn has accepted the position of church scc- relarv of first Baptist Church. Mrs. Validation accepted the portion, which she formerly held, following the resignation of Miss Sarah Frances Rowland. Miss Rowland is to be married the latter part of this month to the Rev. O. C. Hicks, newly elected pastor of First Baptist Church, Harrisburg, Ark. Brown-Samons Vows Pledged In Joiner The marriage of Miss Pearl Brown of Joiner, to Joseph A. Sumons of Wilson, has been announced by the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. Brown. The wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. Satnons 1 brother, i\. Siimons. is Joiner, Monday evening, Feb. 2f>. in the presence of a few close friends. The Rev. J. W. Moore, pastor of the Joiner Methodist Church, officiated. Mrs. Samons attended shawnce. Hifih School. Mr. Samons, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Samons of Wilson, nttendcd Wilson Hi#h frehoo] and Hawaii College in Iowa. He spent five years In service. Steele News •Mr. and Mrs. Waller R. Moir and daughter. Bei-uita Jlosi*. have Rone .o New York to make Iheir home. Mrs. Evelyn Drown of Almedii, Calif., hiis arrived in Steele to make her home with her mother. Mrs. Tuniiir Farris. Her luisbaml is serving overseas. Mr. and Mrs. U P. Mitchell hav returned from Nevada. Tex., where they have been visiting several weeks. •Mary Crouch Elected Box Elder Secretary The Box Elder 4-II Clulj held its regular monthly meeting Wednesday, with L. c. Haygooct presiding. Tu'eniy-eight club members and nine lenders were present. Mary Crouch led the group in .singing. Rcble Richardson, former secretary of the club, has moved and Get SUMMER this vitamin candy way Haven mnrt'bltfiKlcr. graceful figure. Nu rxtv- sinn. No laxatives. No 't cut oul any meals . ]>otat(K-3, meats o butter, you simply rut them dusvn. It's c;tsi« \vhtiii you t:njny delicious (vitamin (ortiTicd) AY US cnndy ixilorcmtals. Absolutely haiinless. in business. Men In Service of Grider. was adniillcd for treat-, ment at the same time. His molher. The couple will make their homo formerly of Ulyihevillc. is wilh Jin Joiner where Mr. Samons Is liem. Mrs. Alice Womack is \mcVTgoim: reatmcnt at Walls Hospital for in- lenza and complications. Mrs. W. A. Dobyns. who has been 11. is undergoing; treatment at Bly- heville Hospital. Mrs. Gordon Herrick. who has 3en ill. now is unden:nin<.: treat- nent at. Blythevillc Hospital. Condition of Mrs. C. J. Little, who .ong has been critically ill. a-^ain Loday was most serious. She is at Blytheville Hospital. FLUSH KIDNEY URiNE Benefit wonderfully from famous elector's discovery that -relieves backache, run-down feeling due to excess acidtty in the urine rople everywhere ;\rc finding 1 amazing ltd from painful symptoms o[ bladder ritritiou caused liy excess acidity in the rlne. DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT :t* Fast an thr kidneys lo ease d{scom(ort y promoting the flow of urine. TSis pure, trtal medicine Is especially welcome hero blmldor irritation due to exres* cidity Is rospon^ililc (or "gcttiny up at m c bt." A ciircfuLlK Mcntlcd combination f \G herlis, roots, vcffrtablc*, balsam; Dr. soliitcty non-hal)Lt formitii;. Just gooA ingredients ttiat ninny say iiav* .1 mari'elout ffftct. All druggists sell Swamji Root, . In diniral test* ronilucleJ by in^llrn! tloctur».~| morL- th^n 1OO p*r«on* lo»t 14 la IS lb«. I •v*r«K« In • f«w w**h* with AYD3 Vitamin ck^lyWluclnHl'Ipti. _ _ _ ] PTA Officers Elected Mrs. C. W. Watson was elected president of Osceola Parent Teachers Association at a meeting Wednesday at the Grade School. .Other officers elected were: Mrs. Godfrey White, vice president; Mrs. Bruce Colbert, secretary; Mrs. E. L. Taliaferro, treasurer. Joe W. Rhodes was guest speak- • er at .the session and Mrs. Lloyd Godley presided. The president's message was read by Mrs. Jeltie Driver. Mrs. B. E. Moore was in charge of the program. SKIN SUCCESS SOAP anci OINTMENT Varsity Band Member Miss Elizabeth Thru HP. of Mr. nnc! Mrs. A. E. Thi Ijeen c Hcmirix band. Miss Thornc. \\hn phi\-s :i tone, apjjpartxl \vitli lliis oi tion in tiio balKiV :ti!mi;U lielrt recently at toriinn. Mr. iiiul Mrs. Arch Lovelncc have 1 .r<-ei\-etl word Hint their son-in- :nv. IJetit. John C. Kufc. will ar- :'ivr in .Sun Francisco next wee limn Manila. Mrs. Knfe. who lin beeini: inakini; her home in Me tliucn. Mass.. will join him nt For Dcvriis. Mass.. where Licutcnnn Te will be released from duty. FollciwiiiR his discharge, the will spend n vacnlion In Vermon ;in<i visit, her pnrenls here. Kufc i:; the former Miss Lcvfilr.eo. EO-<J.iy aupplj ft AYD3 only (22S. ' li iaulu.UONEX HACK oarer/ KIUISV BKOS. DUUG STOKE Old Age Policy Pays uptoHOOaMonth! Needed I'roteclion, Ages C5 lo 85, Costs Only I Cnnl u Day The Postiil Life &; Casualty Insurance Company, 5427 Postal Life i?iLikliiig,SKansas City 2, Mo., ha sew accident policy for men and v.omen of ayes 05 to 85. Tt pays up to $500 if killed, ui> to $100 a month for disability, new surgical benefits, up to $100 irionth for hospital carp and othei cfHs that so many older people l^avc wanted. And the cost is only 1 cent a day,' S3.65 a year! Postal pays claims ]> r o m p t 1 y; more than one-qiinrier million people have bought Postal policies. This special policy for older people* is proving especially attractive. No medical examination — no agents will call. SEND NO MONEY NOW. Just, v;i i Lc us you r name, add ress a i id tnje—tlic name, address and relationship of your beneficiary—and we will send a policy for 10 days' FREE INSPECTION. No obligation. Write today. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret Deen Smith, Owner Ingram Bltlg. riinue 3274 ASSORTED HIAVrtS CHICKS ^pl D N» OIFP/**' t*< 100 , G«oranf«e H.a.y Breeds 300-$Z0.50 roiitively No Itghorni! JQQ _ CJ^^Q F0> PKOMPZ SHIPMENT 1000 - $68.50 LIVE DIUYIRT OUA.RANIEEO w< p ay Pa,lag. ATLAS _ M lUSINliS OVtH..?OjrtAIJ iCHICKCO. jj. j, St. Uw<, M«. A Spring Hat Is a Tonic for Milady . . . A New Lamp. A -gaily colored ^Vassi — Coffee Table Accessories — Figurines or some rave 'Antiques wiil give a real lift to your home. It's Smart .in Shop al The Gift Shop MODEKN - ANTIQUE Bryan I 103 E. Main Phon« 2254 SPRING FRESH Our cleaning actually restores color and texture. There is a difference! Try it. Nl-WA PHONE 474 BLYTHEVILLE ARK, If You Served in Kithcr World War You Belong in THE AMERICAN LEGION Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call lo us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. [f^FLOWER SHOP f .T.D. Service We Deliver Anywhere Ph. 491 Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner GleBcoe Bldf. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE PAY YOUR DUKS NOW! Special Meeting Tuesday Night—8. p. m. Report on Ilinising—Looks Favorable Ml Veterans Invited. Mavhe a I'Vec I''ecd Restored between Memphis and Shreveport Vcts"Urged to Vote ATTENTION VETERANS on (he Buy C^itrt Poll T.- • - Good loi GO TO COUECTOt'S OfflttMT Arkansas re hi ruin,-,' servicemen and women are lie- ing urged lo secure ;i current poll lax and vole in all 1 !)•!() elections held before October 1st. DUD CASON POST No. 24 /one Star Lv Memphis ! Ar Shrevopm t W. L. Roper, Genera/ Agent ST, LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY LINES Cotton Belt Route Lv Slu-evoporl 8'50 p. m. Ar Memphis G:<!f> a. 221 Lynch Bidg. fill SOAP SHORTAGES LAST? Jnivei'i.lty of Arkansas, Fayettevlllc, eturncd lo llic university yeslcrdny fttT u visit with her parents, Mr. .ml Mrs. J. E. Morgan. WOMEN INYOUR'40's wfio suffer fiery misery of HOT HASHES This great medicine helps relieve such 'middle-age' symptoms If the functional 'middle-age 1 period peculiar to women makes you sufA'cr hot flashes, touchy, hlghstrung, nervous, weak feelings, try Lydia E. PInkham's .Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Taken regu- i larly—this great medicine helpa i build up resistance against luch i i'mlddle-age' distress. i ! Tbeuunds UpM Thwund< Hdiwdl ; PInkham's Compound is one ol the best known medicines you can buy for this purpose. It hi* proved to some women that j some of their happiest days can | often be during their 40'». i We urge you to give Pinkham'« j Compound a fair and honeit' trial Just see If it doe.snt help you, tot ( IV* also ft treat stomachic tonic. OH THE GLOOMY S\V£ There are not nearly enough fats in the country to make all the soaps, soap powders, and soap flakes you want. So short is the supply, tire government must decide how much fat cart- he released' to make soap and other peacetime goods. Besides, the supplies of soaps many of you housewives have had in reserve are running low — and the demand for soaps is increasing. Continuous Show* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:44 Shaw Slarta 2:90 i,;aTEN -fif HLert !:«« «-». 12:<5 p.m. . 4:M fJ* Last Time Today Fallen Angel with Alice Fuyc :nnl !>;uui Andrews I'aniniiHinI News .t Selected Shorts Continuous Showing ICvery Uay CM THE BRIGHT SIV£ Most o f y cm house wivcshavc con - tinued to turn in fats. You've helped keep our industrial fat supply large enough to meet minimum needs. But it's a close race. Any letdown on your part can mean less soap for everybody. By turning inused fats you're helping to bring back bigger supplies of scarce soaps. Keep on the job, get 4f for every pound. Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday Matinees Sat. & Sun. Only Box Office Opens 6:30; Shaw Start* 6:45 f. M. Each Evenlnf Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Bun. Bargain Nigbt Every Night Except Saturday. No putt* honored «n Bandar at the Koxy. rfrere's soap KEEP TURNING IN USED FATS TO HELP MAKE MORE SOAP Phone 3)82 A Natural Aid for Rheumatism Arthritis Neuritis Don't neglect what may seem to be n trivial nche or pain niul allow a serious ailment to devel- DV>. Make the iialalable Mountain Valley Mineral Water your "ounce Df prevention" ngatnst stiffened joints, stabbing nerves or aching muscles. Phone for a case totlay. MOUNTAIN VALLEY MINERAL WATER From Hot Springs, Ark. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main * Division, Blythetllle, Ark. Last Time Today Maisie Goes to Reno with Ann Soilirrn and John Hpdiak Fox News and Hclecled Sliorl Tuesday and Wednesday DOT 111,!: IT.ATli.lK ALSO INVISIBLE MANS REVENGE A UNIVERSAL PICTURE

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