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PAGE TWO J&LYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Popular With College Girls Have Open Houses Oh Christmas Day Biytheville society was ' entertained Christmas Day with a number of ''open houses", the'largest of which were the parties given by Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little and Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway. The -Littles' country home, "Fail- Fields,/was thrown open Wednesday morning , to more than 50 guests who attended the Christmas party given by them annually. Laurel and lights were draped over the -front door of the home. Christmas flowers, red roses and red carnations were arranged about the home, while a poinsettia was used in the center of the lace draped refreshment table. Christmas music added atmosphere to the affair, as Joe Evrard, accordionist, played for the group and a • negro quartet, standing on the balcony, sang Christmas carols and negro spirituals. Among the out of town people here were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lee and son, Stuart, of St. Louis, houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Rocl- \ ney L. Banister; Hamilton Little and daughter, Nancy, of Memphis; Miss Patty Shane of Washington, .D. C., and Lieut. T. P. Wright, ot Muskogee, Okla., houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane; John Mahan of Princeton, Ky. ? houseguest of Mrs. T. J. Mahan; Dr. Frank G. Smith of Omaha, Neb., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner; Mrs. t. M.. Hunter of Long' B'each, Calif., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. Gee. Wednesday from five until seven o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. Conway held ''open house" for 50 of their friends. Red candles burning in each of the windows of the home and a Christmas wreath on the "doorway were a ''welcome" sign for the guests. A brightly lighted Christmas tree was arranged on the side porch while another ornamented the guest room. A holly decked mantel was in keeping with the festive decorations. Her guest list included the following from out of town: Mr. anc\ Mrs. Lee and son, Stuart, Miss £hane, Lieut. Wright, Mr. Mahan, Mrs. Hunter, Dr. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Lichtenstien of St. Louis, houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch; Dudley Denton of St. Louis, Miss Kathryn Denton of Meridian, Miss., and Gordon Smith, of Little Rock, houseguests of Mr. and Mrs.' W. I. Denton; Mr. and Mrs., Godfrey White of Osceola. * : " ••*. "1* . •.:•:. Sen Born •: •-"••" Announcement has been received here of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Blackwell. who are now in Wilmington, Del. The born Dec. 9, and who has Do!lar-a-Dance Girls \ Dime-a-dance girls are famed in song and story, Here is a pair of dollar-a-dance girls. They're among a group of ace models who will sell dances at a "stai;-spangled" aid-for-Britain ball to be held in New York. Peggy Tippett is demonstrating .one of her danc* • steps for fellow-model Arline Harvey. A Decade In Celluloid-Double Bills, Oscars, Censors, Foibles 15V PAUL HARRISON NEA Sen-ice Staff Correspondent HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 26.—Tl^e decade in celluloid: 1931—Biggest boxoffice stars were Maurice Chevalier. Clara Bow, Ra- Bite of News Mostly Pertooalf Mrs. B. F. Potter Ls able to be out alter having been ill for several days. Mr. and Mrs. George Bush and daughter, Miss Constance Bush, of Paragould, were tne guests 01 Mr. ana Mrs. Cecil Shane and daughter, Miss Patty Shane, Tuesday night. Mrs. George Roth is Hi of a .severe cold at her home, 301 East iventiicky avenue. Hamilton LiUie and daughter, Nancy Little, of Memphis were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. tittle and family Wednesday. Bob Porter went to Wmfield, Ala., lo spend Christmas with his lamily. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brownlee, Miss Louise Brownlee, M. F. Brown- iee Jr. and Dallas Brownlee' spent Christmas Day in Amory, Miss., with Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Cut- uiiie. Kavanaugh Francis is expected to return today from Tuscaloosa, Ala., where he went, Tuesday to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Francis. Lieut. Tilden P. Wright of Mus- goKee, Okla., came • Tuesday night «*i be the guest of Miss Patty Shane and Mi', and Mrs. Cecil onane until Sunday. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1940 Caruthersville Society—Personal whitesilk ikey which isthe Entertains with Dance Miss Barbara Wilks entertained Monday evening at her home with a semi-formal Christmas daive Approximately 35 guests were present including members of Miss Wiiks' high school class and several young people who are attending college in other elites this year Punch and cookies were served during intermission. * * it Dr. and Mrs. C. o. DeHoff left Saturday night for Indianapolis and Crawfordsville, Ind., to spend Christmas with his relatives Mrs. Mona Helm and daughter Miss Marjorie Helm, drove to Hor- ncrsville Monday morning and were accompanied home by Mr and Mrs. George Brown who will | visit them and' Mrs. Ada' Juden during the Christmas holidays Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Juden are sisters. J. R. Malm, who is stationed at Randolph Field with the United States Air Corps, arrived home to visit his parents and friends James Paul, who is stationed at Randolph Field, arrived home to visit during ^ the Christmas holidays. Miss Eva Baker left Saturday night for Bloomfield, Mb., to visit her parents during the Christmas holidays. She plans to make a trip to Flint, Mich., to visit'her sister also. Miss Ella Marie Williams left night for Doniphan to parents, is employed at the local F. S Mr. and Mrs. J. Farris McCalla ty p e o f thing that girls at Vassar .,, M f- a ' ld Mrs - Uo ^ Rogers spent visited Mr. McCalla's parents, Mr. an d other eastern colleges are Wpri » Mrio " - *»«""«.«"and Mrs. J. M. McCalla, in Rose- wearing with suits these days. mark, Tenn., Christmas afternoon. The interesting collar pin was Dr. and Mrs. L.- H. Moore and , made from an antique button that was used to decorate a horse's bridle. mon Novarro and Will Rogers. . . . l the country. picture was shown -at the American Wild Life Conference. There were 240 - reels, and Metro thought about buying it. ... Victor Mc- Laglin and Bette Davis won Oscars. Ariel chased Caliban across daughters, Miss Mary Helen and Miss Mildred, and sons, Howard Jind Hal of TaHulah, La., and Lieut. John Ben Bomar of Tuscaloosa, Ala., spent Christmas Day in Kennett, Mo., with Mrs. Moore's parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. A. McHaney. Lieut. Bomar will return to Tus- caioosa today after having visited here since Saturday, Richard Becker spent Christmas I mons ' a son> Christmas Eve, weigh- At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. Bryant Osborne. Manila, admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sim- The double bill was a problem, and on Jan. 8 a Chicago theater showed four features and a news-reel. -Charlie Chaplin made "City and cleaned up. . . . Ad- ents oh "Trader Horn" rend:;^*&!GM's Primitive Fight for " Existence" . Al Capone was of- fcred $200,000 to play himself in a picture. . . . Hollywood was hir- for Awards. people wo-j thirteen -ounces. Mrs. &>s, Cork of Little Rock, mother of Mrs. Blackwell, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Blackwell who expect to make their home in Wilmington for Uie present. •» : » * Bridge Party Honors Visitors Mr. and Mrs. John Alexancter of Ridgely, Tenn., houseguests ol Mr. Alexanders parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alexander Sr., were guests of honor afc a bridge party given Tuesday night at the Alexander • nome. J. P. Newell of Clarksdale. Miss.. houseguest of Miss Lois Hooper and family, was the only other'out of town guest present. Mrs. Bob Gwynn and Miss Mary Elizabeth Borum wefc high scorers in the games. A -karo pecan pic ' and coffee i £h«. ™.T were served after the group had "-"' finished playing. on a year's contract without writing n line. . . . Marie Dressier and Lionel Bain-more won the Academy Will Hays look a to per cent cut in his $120.000 salary, but didn't reduce the size of his speeches. 1932—Times were so lough movie mail fell off sharply because 1C WO'-ldll'i. hllV itt-nrniiu A producer cabled an acting offer to Emperor Halle Selassie. . . . On orders from the Hays Office, Max Factor made some hair pants for the chimpanzee working in "Girl of the Jungle." . . . Irving Thalberg died. 1937—An influenza epidemic laid the town low. Paul. Muni. Luise Rainer and "The Great Zieg- felci" won prizes. . . . When a premiere was held at the Carthay Circle theater, having union trouble, pickets wore full evening dress. • • . Shirley Temple and Clark Gable were the top box-office stars . . . Vittorio Mussolini came to visit and got such a freezeout it alniost became an international incident. 1938—"Snow White" began roll- buy stnmp.s. While a •'The Of 20.083 theaters in tJie U. S. 5399 were dark. . .,. i n a desperate bid for business, films became up millions, quickie studio v Ark." a flood washed out" home's, damaged studios, marooned players. . . . Hollywood's Red menace readied the Dies committee. r.- _-,. . •_• . . . . --.~ ..— i^^J V<JIIUlli(,LCtr. nm^-PH Sn slates » nd 30 ° cities Orson Welles did his broadcast of °^ 5 e l C * n . SOr ****- • • • * Martian invasion and -ot four- George M. Cohan finished VThc Phantom President" and announced he'd never make nnother picture. - • . Helen Hayes and Frederic March won Academy Oscars, rmci the prize flicker was "Grand HO- movie offers. ot four Samuel Gold- Gives Christmas Party Miss Nancy Kirshner was hostess to six of her friends for at her home lion, of 50 followed by Norman Grasn» called General j. cent were wyn hired Jimmy Roosevelt. 1939—A campaign was launched called "Movies Are Your Best Entertainment." and cynics discovered the initial letters spelled "maybe." Declarations of war aboard and retrenchment. Fairbanks. Sr.. died. . . "Gone With the Wind" be the big earthquake.! gan gnashing boxofficc records. up Mic; c, , Prcjtluccrs Association and intoned" "This is Go:l. If you go through with that -salary cut I'll .show vou Greta Garbo got $800.000 for this group. After gifts xvcrc presented to each of them, refreshments were served. Tarv Pick _ - v - Mr ^.. w - I-.Denton and Mr.s A B. Fail-Held were hostesses to 15 members of Chapter D of the P. E. was the principal decoration were guts for everyone. Later a s salad plate with cake and coffee was •-Ol-irnr? ' nerved. Have Informal Party Nine couples had an informal party Christmas night at Ihc how of; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nimn. Cut of town guests were Mr and Mrs. George Matthews Jr of -\f buquerquc... N. M,. houseguesis' of Mr. and Mrs: Matthews Sr anci J. P. Newell of Clarksdale. Mis* houseguest of Miss Lois Hooper and family. A Yule log burning in the fireplace cast off light of various colcrs while candles burned on the mantel A Christmas tree and the refreshment -table arranged in the Christmas scheme completed the decorations. j 5 * * Have Family Reunion -The family of Dr. Paul L. Tipton had a reunion at his home Wednesday when 20 members of the group' had Christmas dinner together. Out: of town people here- w*™- Dr. and Mrs. Tipton's son, •P-.sisterhood for a'meeting Friday Ham Powell S4 afternoon at. their home. - ' On the Christmas tree which icr two pictures. ford Hied for divorce. 1934—In a masasinc article ( Samuel GolcUvyn quoted some i weekly salaries: Greta Garbo $<JOfTO- ,Wi!l Ropers, Chevalier and Constance Bennett. S7000: John 13'iry- uiorc. $6500: Nonnn Shearer Rirh- •jrd Barthclmrwi. Ann Hiirrime SuOi;i}; Wallace Beery, $5000: Wil. . Catholic J-egion of decency born March A; ^nnii irti^^^j :.._. Y-S _ j joined by Protestant clergy and Council of Rabbis. . . Office began censorship scripts 'in Hays ' advance. Hollywood threat- encd to move, to Florida if Upton Sinclair was elected governor 193;>—Bill introduced in Congress o.v Representative Culkins bannis^ 'sex appeal" in future .screenplays. -, • • Death of will Rogers sad- aened the world. . . . Banknight •scrccno,_ bingo and free dishes rc- in a rush fadeout of i; «. . . . H. G. Wells made four- •vcra address at the Academy banquet He said "Hollywood leaves me ppeechles.s." And sat down ' 1936-The world's longest motion *unmy Tipton of Lovefielri. Tex .. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Norton and son. James Norton, of Dyersbur*. icnn.: Mr. and Mrs. John R Long of .Springfield, Tenn.; Mrs' A.^S. McDaniel of Senath. MO. **"" J. L. James and daughter. ,. j? ary Sue Jame 5- Mr. and Mi s. Ed James. Mr. and Mrs C G Ross and son, Bill ^oss, and daughter, Miss Mary Tipton Dr. Mayor La Guardia ot New York tried to get part of the movie industry to move there "However." h c remarked, "j wish to make it clear that I shall continue to live with my own wife." 1940—The past year needs a column to itself. I'll review it later. Wilson Society—Personal in Little Rock with his mother and her .family. ing seven pounds and six ounces, who has been named William Earl! Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Benish are ! , Tf °' Thorntcm ' steele - dismiss- ill of influenza at their home, 1209 Hearn street. Miss Jane McAdams is recovering from influenza which has confined her to her bed for several James Harold Riggs, a freshman in Hendrix college at Conway, is spending the holidays with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. A. LT Riggs, 521 South Franklin Street. The Rev.. Mr. Riggs is pastor of the Yarbro and Promised Land Methodist churches. Mrs. Harold Baker, oi Marianna, has returned home after visiting her mother, Mrs. J. T. Craig, over Christmas. Mrs. Craig also had as her guest Monday and Tuesday, her son, J. T. Craig of Covington, Tenn, Mr. and Mrs. John Morris and son. James Morris, and Mrs. Morris and baby, of Memphis, are the ed. Mrs. C. M. Reecler, city, admitted. Freddie Lee Gordon, Caruthersville, admitted. Mrs. J. W. Osborne. Manila, admitted. Lyda Lee Clark, Deering, dismissed. Miss Roberta Evitzmiller. city, dis- .missed. Mrs. Jack Wimp, Cooler, dismissed. Mrs. W. R. Oenning and baby, city, dismissed. BlytheviJIe Hospital H. L. Lindsey. Gosncll, admitted. Mi.ss Bertie Thompson, city, admitted. Rona Fay Meadows, city, admitted. Anita Kay LaFerney. city, admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Strickland. Christmas 'A daughter, night, weighing born five dismissed. Mrs. Dick Green. Huffman, dismissed. Roy Lcc McKay, city, dismissed. Memphis Methodist Hospital Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Tat- more. Caruthersville. a daughter. Mary S. Dates. Hayti. admitted.' Born to Mr. and Mrs. Hendrix Chkwood. Canithersviile. a son. family over Conscience Troubled 15 Yeas ROCHESTER, N. Y. iUP)—Two4 guests of Mr. Morris' brother, B. (pounds and twelve ounce's, who has A. Morris, and family. They came j been named Johnnie Sue Elizabeth. Wednesday and plan to return j M. A. Long. city, dismissed, home loday. Mrs. Lonnie F. Moore. Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lynch Jr. and Mrs. Lynchs parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Lichtenstien. of St. Louis, will return this afternoon after having been the guests of Mr. Lynch's parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, for Christmas. Hulcn Williams of Hendrix college. Conway, came Monday night to spend his Christmas vacation with his parents, the 'Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Williams. I Lieut. Jimmy Tipton of Love- field. Tex., returned home Wednesday afternoon after having visited his parents. Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tipton. and family here since Monday afternoon. The family visited relatives in Senath Tuesday. " ? Miss Mary Sue Wright is ill of influenza a I her home, 523 West Main street. Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander and daughter. Bene Annette, have returned to their home in Riu'^eiy. jTenn.. after spending Christmas here with Mr. Alexander's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alexander. John Mahtm of Princeton. Ky.. was the guest of his mother. Mrs. Wednesday in Blytheville. Miss Esta Bernstein, student at the University of Illinois is home for the holidays to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bernstein. Miss Frances Amburgey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M! D. Amburgey, and a student at Missouri University, arrived home to spend the holidays. Miss Joy Corbin, secretary to County Agent M. D. Amburgey, left the first of teh week to spend Christmas with her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Evans Corbin of Greenville, Miss. Miss Edna Catherine Ahern arrived home Friday from Webster College at Webster Groves, Mo. Hev parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ahern and Edna Catherine left Saturday for Tucson, Ariz., to spend Christmas with their other, daughter, Gloria. Miss Deane Johnson, a member ol the grammar school faculty, is | ; visiting relatives this week in Pine Bluff, Ark.' Misses Ernestine Wilks and Oline Booker visited in Steele and Kennett Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Blackshcar of Paragould visited relatives here Christmas Day. Mrs. Walter Jewell, the former Miss Mary Ann Medling. of Bragg City, visited friends here Monday. Robert Partridge and Woodrow Graham of Columbia, Mo., were in Caruthersville Monday' on business. Miss Charlotte Kay Miller left Tuesday afternoon for Columbia and Jefferson City, where she will visit several days. Frances Stroud arrived ^home Tuesday to spend the rest of the week with her mother, Mrs. Raye Stroud. Miss Frances is employed in Jefferson City. Mr. and Mrs. Tilford Patmor are the parents of a daughter, Sarah Helen, born Monday afternoon at the Methodist hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Jimmie Hunt of Manila. Ark., is here visiting her mother. Mrs. Gertrude 'McElvain. Mr. Hunt joined her here Wednesday. Roy Harper arrived home Tues- chcckcrs. taken 15 years ago from! clay night from«st. Louis where ± e SS™ U 2?J?, Clt " "I *°chC5-' hc gently underwent a minor op- ter Public School been returned to place by an unnamed but penitent Los Angeles. Cal.. resident. No. 12. have eration at the Frisco hospital, their former It i.s general practice • for. government employe* f.o patent their discoveries as "public patents" for the free use of everyone. One-eighth of the agricultural workers in England and Wales are women and girls. HOLD EVERYTHING By Clydt Lewis CPU. 1W IY NEA S >••*. IW) IT NEA SUViCt. IHC'T. M. «G. U. S. PAT Off ,1-IZ ~ —- —— .— __.; i ~ ~o wanl you ro keep (his and give it to my boy next lucsday—it's his birthday!" Silk Hose Limited In Canada GALGARY, Alta. (UP) — Canadian women will forsake silk stockings after April of next year —not by choice, but because there just won't be any, according to an official of one of Canada's largest hosiery mills. At one time a leader in the destruction of wild life, the United States now leads the world in its conservation. It has been estimated that Americans buy approximately 28,000,000 phonograph records annually. NOTICE OF SALE Biytheville Special School District No. 5 of Mississippi County, Arkansas, hereby gives notice that it will sell for cash to the highest ! bidder at a public sale to be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 28, 1940 r in the office of Mr. C. M. Buck in Biytheville, Arkansas, $91,000.00 of its refunding bonds dated November 1, 1940, bearing interest at the; rate of 3'/i% per annum, and all due on January l, .-'i960. The district reserves the right to sell all or any part of these bonds. The Commercial. National Bank of Little Rock, Arkansas, is trustee and place of payment, and the bonds carry the approving opinion of Wallace Townsend, attorney of Little Rock, Arkansas. The bonds are payable on tender and call from the proceeds of a seven mill building fund duly voted by the electors of the district, which shall run until all the bonds and interest are paid. Sealed bids will be received until ' the hour of the sale, at 'which I time all bids will be publicly opened and read. Each bidder will be required to file with his bid a certified check, payable to the district, from a member bank of the Federal Reserve System in the sum of $5,000.00. and the checks of unsuccessful bidders will be returned immediately. The check of the sue- ' cessful bidder will be held to be applied on the purchase price of the bonds or, in the event that the purchaser does not carry out his :ontract, to be kept as liquidated damages. • ' The bonds will be delivered at '.'.. the office of the trustee on Decem- ' ber 31, 1940, and the bidder must arrange to pay in full the purchase price at that time. The District reserves the right to reject any and all bids. For further informa- " tion address the secretary of the .(A district. ^ BLYTHEVILLE SPECIAL -- '• SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 5 OF : MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, By C. M. Buck, President : and C. W. Afflick, Secretary = ! 5-12-19-26 ' ! New Undcr-arm • Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration 1. Does not rot dresses, does . not irricate skin. | 2. Nowaitingtodry.Canbeused right after shaving. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for 1 to 3 days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. Apure,white,greaseless,stainless vanishing cream. 5. Arrid has been awarded the Approval Seal of the American Institute of Laundering for being harmless to fabrics. 25 MILLION jars of Arrid have been sold. Try ajartoday 1 ARRID • •*' all stores it-Ilinc toilet giindir Semi- Annual Clearance Read Courier News want ads Aincricnn houMHvivos spent more than S12.000.COO nn , spi ,, cs of a!1 kind.s during the past yrar. About 500 "canals" k T. j, Mnhan. and Mr. and Mr.s. J. C. Brady 0 M Christmas. Columbus. On., arrived Sunday lo! Mws Julia Hyde, of St. Louis, is J -spend the holidays in the home j vlsiti »5 ncr sister. Mr.s. Roy Wai- ' of Uie lattcr's parents. Mr. and ton - and have been counted on the planet Mars. S A A^ E 1 C. OF LADfES PALI, & WINTER SHOES (Some S'Iw»cs Sui<ablc to Wear This $fi AIK-STEP SHOES Walton. . Mrs. C. W. Hoaxrr. Mr. nnd Mrs. C*. XV WAnvo*- 7v- ' wr on. __ »__ -. * ! C. W. Hoover, ,1 are also hrre for the Xmas holidays, guests of their parents ant! Mr. and Mr.s. J. R. Clayton. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Apple and son. Wesley spent Wednesday ar.rt Thursday in Memphis with the sikeston. MO « Caruthersville Club lattcr's parents. Mr. and Mr.s. E. four community :uirt civic. Distributed 175 Baskets! CARUTHERSVILLE. M 0 .. l>pc '-'o.—The GoodfeUow.s club of Ca- rulhcrsville, sponsored fhis vrar'bv the Rotary, KiwanLs. Junior Chamber and Business anci Professional ' Women's Tu?sdav included in Born and family. The Rev. w. D. Wallace anci family left Tuesday for Cleveland. Miss., where they spent the noli- distributed about ,,, ut> ... days with Mr.s. Wallace's .sister nnd j foodstuffs ro nrrdv f-irni'li^ 1 O m 1 M * 1*». -»._. ***tl!lLKrS Iamil - v - ! this city. Tovs we'-o Mr. and Mr.s. John Clark and Miss Mabel Cvain, of Washington. D. C.. and Mr. and Mr.s. T D! Buchanan, of Pelahaic were guests the home of their brother." J H Grain and other relatives Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Turner Jr. !' and daughter, June, spent clubs. those b:>sk?ts which went ;o iiies whore there were chilcr-r' am- FRIDAY ONLY Hiscvntinued Lines of Ladies DRESS SHOES Sport 0 x f o r d s and Chickasaw Moccasins, displayed on racks, $095 3 S5 CONN IK SHOES $097 2 Day in Memphis wit htheir parents, Mr. and Mrs. V P. Dye and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Turner. Sr. \ week.' -.-.house daughter, Laura, of La! '*. They arrived Sunday! remain throughout the I r,m ^ ° rr< accom Panipd by A. Crittenden, returned Monriav fn „.„„•. „, „ . . - - ..... <.< .^ m choice All Sales Cash S5 & S'l JOLENE SHOES $097 S3 JOLENE AND PARIS-FASHION SHOES 2 $199 1 300 PAIRS ODDS AND ENDS Shoes that formerly sold as hiq;h as S3 to S5. $100 1 All Sales Final ELLNER'S Hhouc 279 Across the Street from 1st National Bank

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