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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 24, 1943
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PAOv TWO BLYTHEV1LLE, (ABK.) COURIER NEWS Bride Complimented ' Mrs. Fletcher Spruce was hostess to V5 guests Just night when she entertained wllh a miscellaneous F,!iower in special compliment lo Mrs. Robert I,. Kcsnialski, the former MIES Viigiiila Lee Biown. The milltaiy motif was eaiTlcd out In Hie dining* (able decora- lions, svliere ft miniature bridal couple In military uniform formed the centerpiece rolled plants v,eic used lo n(id ' a touch of color throughout (he rocnu> used for en- tenalnlng. Quests' present. showered Mrs. Kosmalski will) miscellaneous g[f| s . A salad plate with iced drinks was-, served. » * « ENTERTAINS. lllUJICr CLUB WITH 'AFTERNOON' AFPAIK. Mrs. Uoyd stlckmoti .ivas hostess to members of the Tuesday Bridge Club' yesterday afternoon with all jnejiibeis 'pro-sent. Spring flon as uerqused tluough- out the rooms where the guests -vverc entertained. In the games, high scoie was Maided Mrs Rilej B Jones and Mrs. W. C. Higgiiison won second high. •A dessert plate and coffee was ROUBLE,G CI.UB MEETS mill MRS. McCAIXA. »A)1 members were prerenl \\hen Mrs. Fanis McCalla. entertained membeis of the Double G Bridge qtub lutt night, at hn home. , Spring floneis were used throughout the rooms where the guests were entertained. ; High score »as awarded Miss Maigaict ,<5ha\cr nnd second high went to Miss Virginia Mttlc. _The hostess served sandnlclie? and cold di inks. Keeping Up With The Men In Service OF SON IS 'ANNOUNCER. Mi. and Mrs Louis Tlowbildgc of St Louis, announce the hiith <Jf a son, se^terrtay morninE at $t. Luke's Haqtltnl, St. Louis i Mrs Trow bridge is the formei Miss Bonnie Jeanne 'Buchanan. daughter of Mr and Mis W. E ! Buchanan. . • The baby has been named James rduant The couple have nnothei am, David, one year old , OFFICIAL VISITS CHAPTER HERE • Mrs Riith Slayton of Joiner district deputv grand lecturer, rpadc her official visit last night to the ken! dwptei Older of Eastern Star. i Preceding the opening .of the Chapter meeting, a suppei was ^encd lo the 2G present . Following, the business meeting presided a\ci by Mis dlndys Burr, j01 thy matron, the iniliatoij- work Jyis presented '" Slayloii" the ' - ----address At the close of hci 'Lawrence Gtilnn Garner has been transferred from the Navy Recruiting Station at tittle Rock to San Diego, Calif. William p. Queron jr., who Is stationed at Camp Robinson, has been promoted to private first clas,s. 'Mrs.: E. o, Harper, '201 Soulh Franklin, has received wor ( | from her 5011, Bill Ellis who is In Hn wall, that he has been promotet o the rank of first sergeant, ni Ellis Is the brother of Gene Rills. iVc. Robert Olen I'arslcy, Manila soldier stationed In the south Pacific, has written his wife that he •ccclv.;d her leller telling of (Jio leath of their son, Robert Gleni "aralcy Jr., who died Feb. 10 nt tho age of Iwomonlhs nnd 14 days Overseas five and a half months •'rivate Parsley wroic lie was grnW- ul for being allowed lo be notified of the death of his only son, whom ic never sa«vuui thai he wa greatly saddened by Hie news. Mrs. Parsley, said her soldier lusbarid was being nllotved to vcrlla requently as she hud received 10 ctters and two cards from Jilm incs • lie arrived nt Die foreign post.. Fred ^Fiitlicrford Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. . Fred Rutherford, has been promoted to Uie rank of pri- rate first class after having been In (he Army only n month lie It stationed at Sioux Falls, N.'D. Transferred :• from Keesler Fie!<l, Blloxl, MLss., where he took llts first trninlng,,he now Is attending radio school. Lieut. Clyde Wilson is now stationed nt Pueblo, Colo., as chief engineer officer hi the 3G9th Sub- depot of (he Pueblo Air Base LieiitcnniH Wilson Is a nephew of Miss Mabel llouan. Pvl. Shirley Snydcr, son of Mrs. •Uz/io Snyder, \vho was stricken 111 while serving with the Armed Forces in Australia, is now in the LllUman Hospital In .San Francisco. Songs Composed By Miss Weeks "Recital Nunibers Mrs. Farmer England, who will iiMisl MLss Agnes Weeks in her pliino recital at First Methotllst Church Thursday night, will sing two songs composed by Miss Weeks. For "Her Love's A star", Miss Weeks' sister, Mrs*,Forrest E. Dud- Icy, wrote Uj9 words'. This spng has bccii;^ui'i!{ ih';a r ,niimb?r of cllie.f Including Washington, D. C., and u,^ i.iuai: ui 111:1 iuvimuiini sviismngton L> C and speech she was presented n gift had Its radio premiere over .Station from ilic chapter Mrs Dun also WPAA, Dallas. "America Land Of nrncerif n*l I./,., t-i.t, .. _.n f-\ ____ «-. • .... . _ """' *J*ui« ^>i presented her with a gift Mrs Ralph Beiryman sang , O»r Birih" 1ms been "I school groups und at used by patriotic -- _.-..,,.. ~f-i i jiitnit atitig, i j*.mjut ^lutifjc, HIIU au I Lose You Truly" and "A Perfect meetings in various places Bay, after Mrs Slajon giue a Theremin be a number of out nf nisory of the compe«r. j town music lovers attend the pro- Mrs Ora Oweiii of Wilson and «rnm, including friends and pupils Sirs G R carter «ere guests * * * * THREE GUESTS ATTEND , 400 BUNCO CLUB PARTY Mrs Shields Edwards, Mrs. Ralph from Manila ami Osccola. Ushers will be Miss Mary Frances Ntitin, Miss Jeanne Moore, <Miss Virginia. Morelamt nnd Miss Jeanne McConnell nnrt Mrs Don Tjrell door page. Monis. Ann Wilford uere guests of Mrs Tom aiy when she entertained the 400 Club yesterday afternoon at her home. Potted plants were used throughout In o rooms where the three tables played bunco High score was awarded Mrs. Tyrel! and second high to Mrs Lafayette May. At the conclusion of the games the hostess served a sandwich plate and cold drinks. • • • CEMETERY CARE PLANNED BY MAPLE PROVE ASS'N. The Maple : Grove Cemetery Association met at the homo of Mrs Fallie Hubler yesterday afternoon A. M. R. Branson ns with Mrs co-hostess. During (ha business session, plans were made: for care of the cemetery during the Spring and Summer. At the conclusion of the meeting the hostesses served tea and cookies to thotc present who included two former members Mrs Dick Webb, now of Mobile, Ala and Mrs Robert E. Lee Kiiig who now spends most of her time in Cleveland, Miss, am] who U visiting her daughter, Mrs. Samuel F Norris, and family. Wilson News Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Grain arc in Hot Springs for a visit. John W. Meyer spent today in a'emphis with Mrs Meyer, who is jmdergoing treatment at Baptist ' .ospital • :. act ns Miss Ann Decn, organ and piono pupil of Miss weeks, wiu Girl Scouts Plan Vicl.oj'y Pageant On Friday Night A pageant "Volunteers for Victory' 1 will be presented at the high school auditorium Friday night, 8 o'clock, by members of Oir) Seoul troops hi lilythevillc, assisted by several adults, and a chorus of girls' from the high school. Th» production, n history of Girl Scouts frojn (he founding, ts In coletxallon of National Girl Seoul month. Max 15. field .will be lh e j'airlot Mrs. Lloyd Stickinon will depict lhe Spirit of Kcouling, Mrs. Reid w lll portray Juliet Lowe, rounder of (lie Olrl Scouts, Mrs. Jerry Hearn will (like Die part of the first naljii'ial secretary, nnd Jerry Reid will be the bugler. AJfo participating will •' be the Brownie Troop under the direction of Mrs, Robert Grimes; Langc Troop, directed by Mr.s. Ear) nuck- Icy and Mrs. n. B. Stout; Senior Girls Troop under the direction of Mrs. Glenn J.ndd; 3iuU>ur-y iVoon directed by Mrs. Hearn and <MJ- S ' McConnell; Inlcrmcdtate Trpoi) from Junior high, with Mrs. Percy Wright ns leader; and the Central Bits of News Mostly Personal -=aga Mrs, nill Ollbo and children left yesterday for San Francisco, where she will Join her husband 'who Is employed In work there Mrs. O. W. Dillahunly, Mrs ulpjj Howard, Mrs. Hay Worthing-' ton and Mrs. Farrls McCalla spent yesterday In Memphis. i.Vrs. Arden n. Crowder Is undergoing treatment at lilytheville Hos>l(al after Imvlng been sd ickeii ill Mho wa.s threatened with' pneu- nonln, Mlxa Noun Oixon of I'araeouid spent yesterday here. WEDNESDAY MARCH 24, 1943 HIGHLIGHTS FROM LATES'TBOOKS Piano-Toting Mahoney Outdoes Paul Bunyan In "Klondike Mike" After you've finished reading Merrill IJcnlson's "Klondike Mike" (William Morrow: $:i,50>, you almost believe Uiat there was such a legendary character us Paul Bunyan, whose heroic feats of strength are part, of northwxxK lore. W. II. Mlnynrd and Mrs. Mrs, _, ,. inker Wilson spent .Monday" Memphis. Mrs. In 0. K, Sullengcr and Mrs 'aullnc Driver of Osceoln spent yesterday in lilylhcville. Mrs. liculah Dieks of Louisville <y., Is visiting her daughter, Mrs' Ihnrlos Langston and family, for wee):. Mrs. Turner Kissel) has returned rom Lansing, Mich,, where she Ward Troop directed by Mrs. fiasco '• wonl '" l)c wlll > Ile '' brqlher-ln- Crafton and. Mi's. C. W. Garrigan lc>w ' Charles Blnnchiird, who was Special music will be furnished' seriously Injured In an automobile by Sergt. poo Serlbner, who will actl( l™l< a short, lime ago. Mr Play his electric organ throughout, olil »cliard's condition Is good ami the program, and by Miss Virginia ll Is expected that he will recover Morclaml, soloist. Also assisting i!i e Mrs. Dick Webb -of Mobile, Ala' scouts will be the following girls-'^ lllc KUesL or her sister, Mrs 'Ilclina. Johnston, Betty Nell Hoi- """•"- "••••-•- • land, LaVomic Redman, Barbara Knapp and Frances Siipuse. TJie public Ls urged (p'aHcnd the offalr, for which there will be no admission charge, in order lo stimulate Inlercsl In the very worthwhile work being carried on by this organization, It was announced. At The Hospitals Walls HitsnHnl Admitted— J. K. Krcch Jr., city. Oscar Oakley, Decrlng, Mo. Mrs. Adrlon Brady, city. ... For oenlson, In writing of Mike Mahoney, has described the career of the north's most fabulous characters, whose accomplishments Were llttlo ) spectacular than Dmiyim's. He carried a piano (not n full slxcd edition) over the terrible Clillkool Pnss during the height of the Klondike gold rush; he once whipped Tommy nurns before thai, gent became heavyweight champion; lie could tut more lumber, kick higher, stand more physical abuse, than any man in Aluska during (hat territory's hectic (lays (if the search for gold. Over an tmchnrrcd 400 - mile trail from Fairbanks-'to Valdex, he dog-sledded (he body of a dead Judge out lo civilization with only (lying Malamutes and howling wolves as his- companions. then made a third. Right now he the iimudc a third. Right, now he sli)) Is hale and hearty and cn- oyx an active life outside Ottawa. dlcrs and civilians nlike. <\VMt- tlesey; $i.60). . * * • Life of the In America cm Heir tcluing in California, throu«>i tho Ulsiu-trous San Francisco earthquake, aim up to the nf (Verm* ,| n i .. ' tnj vtii. pre.seiH day thl!J . .„ our s aimchosl. allies In (he right agains Japan, is traced in "Fattier niKl Glorious JJesccndanf, by Pardee t/nvo (Little, Brown • $2-oo> Book is an autobiography of the mi hojv Rather- intimate and enlightening account of Chinese cus- °'"' s '"'0 "low they have changed with Americanization of these peo- Pic In this country. • • • Lovers of historical fiction will welcome "Perilous. Journey" by C J? 1 ,?"» C ii. e ailci mrr » Harrison Kro (Bobbs-Merrlll: $2.7D)-a tnle Of (he Mississippi river and the Natchez Traee.- .,,., v. ----••- . began Ms story will) nil he dements necessary to i IJcst-seller-strons pioneer chargers In an intriguing nnd nd- .'cntiirous plot, .set against the col- 'run and dramatic, background O f he Mississippi ri'vpr n j, ( | New Or caiw in the early 1800's. Before could finish the novel Sub- baby, bsbv. Dismissed— Mrs. Ji. B. Bryant, and Hayti, Mo. Mrs. Thomas Began and city. Floyd Simpson, city. Itlytlievllle lluspltal Admtlled— Mrs. Anlcn 13. Crowtlcr, city Miss Annabel Blackburn, Hnytl \1o. dismissed— Mrs. Robert Blacknrcl, cily. Edna Eaton, city. Memphis Haptisf Hosiilfal Admitted- Mrs. J. JI. Seaman,.'city. John Ballard Wilson. 'Joiner. Mrs. W. B. 'Fortenberry, Leach- •ille. Memphis Mcftiodlsl Jlospitai Admitted- Marvin Scott. Cariithersville, Mo. St»ve Horn (o Mr. ami . Ralph, Osceoja. a daughter. 1'Yank Webb. Mrs. Wcl>b accom- panicci Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Ox.icr \yho recently moved from Carulh- eisvilk-, MO., to Mobile, where they are employed In defense planU. Mrs. Elmii Armstrong whe' became seriously ill a few weeks ago, is sliBlHly Improved. Mrs. M. A. Long and Mrs. Jc.sse Russell spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. Liicile Anderson Is visiting her husband, Pvt. Mark L. Anderson, in Miami Beach, Pin. f-fc. Charlie Williamson has returned to Camp Bowie. Texas, after :i visit with his wife here. He also visited hl.s slstw, Mrs. Wylcy Ralph, while on furlough. Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Club Eight meeting with Mrs John Caiidlll. Double Four Club meeting with Mrs. Howard Frisby. Thursday Contract Club meellug with Mrs. Edgar P. Borum. Mrs. Harry W. Haln-s entertaining Mld-Wook Club. G. N. B. Club meeting with Mrs Clyde Eltirklgc. Mrs. R. F. Kirsliner cnlertaining Thursday Luncheon Club. •• • Triple Table Club meeting with Mrs. Joe Knmey. Miss Julia Limbira and MLss Mary Olive Tilghtnan cnteitaining with dinner parly at Hotel Noble . in honor of Mrs. Elaine Anderson Ford, bride-elect. llls career covers an epic age In lette died' unm, « i development of North America, without ever nvlLJ.i 1"! Kl '°"' Dentson sells Mike's story In such ietle and knoulrif, ,?'' l ° Sub ' .,. entertaining fashion that U , If,£ided plo"*^ £S* ,°' llle would be a good .subject for tho "-••• • • - . '"K- <11(1 an movies. It's as red-blooded as the 40-beloiv temperature of the snow trails over which Mike made his many dog-sled records. IT IS TO LAUGH Some of the best, humor to come out of the Armed Forces Is .contained in the took, "lt' s a cinch, Private Finch." The Sgt.s. Mph Stein book and is by Harry Brown. Stein draws funny pictures of army life. Brown writes funny winds to eo. with them. Between them, Ihey have turned out a collection of ;,kelc)ies, written and pldorUil. that depict amusingly the troubles 'of Private Finch. Book should jjive n lot of Inuglis to sol- Singer s Will Convene The Pemiscot County Singing Convention will hold its monthly duging at the Nnmcne Church in. Caiiithersville, Mo., Sunday, beginning nt, 10 n. m. Tbe "Southern Melodicrs" from WT-JS at Jp.ckson, Ttnn., ami the Maiden Quartet from Maiden, Mo., will lie special guests for the day.' Everyone is cordially invited to :illcud. it. bas been announced by E. L. Smith, president of Pcm- . . , iseot County Singing Convention. , Mrs. England's accompaniments ] ( Th c program will open with' Sonalu", Beethoven, followed by 'Cars Nome" from Rigoletto, bv Mrs. Kngland. Other numbers will be "Two Etude.s", "Nocturne", "Mazurka", Polonaise", by Chopin, "Street cries', and "Girk In the Garden" Mcmpou "Elude," sclabine and Clalr (\s Lune," Debussy Mrs. England will sing the songs composed by Miss Weeks before the piano number "Variations on the Uiemc of Paganlnl", Liszt, is played There will be a free offering for the benefit of the choir robe tun'l Miss Agnes Weeks Jlinistcr of Music First fllclhoilist Church Will .Appear in a Piano Concert First Methodist Church Thursday, Afar. 25, g.iun I'rcc \Yill Offering Benefit (;|, oir | {ol)C Full(1 You Women Who Suffer From HOT PUSHES then CHIILY FEELINGS During 3S to 52 Years v of Age! If yo^-like so many women beta een the ages of 38 and 52- fi U S r ^ £rom hot flt «hes, w tired, dizzy, nervous feelings tress of "irregularities", are ulllu S.Ji? 1 -^" 11 " 0 (o the functional middle age period in a woman's life—start at once—try Ljdla E i$3* S'SS!S>5a?S5 It also Is a fine stem; Thousands upon thousands t reported benefits. Also younger • . i i V. urances. Follow label directions. Worth trying. G&^P T Ofi.vv, our couniry is at war—en- E.ISCI! in a tlcspriale siruggle lo determine whether ihn freedom we liavn crcaircl and clicrislieil shall siinive or Iicrisli. iicsiile the all-ciuliracliig immensity of llial issiifl, Ilic Di.iniiiiiil Anniversary which Mclrn|inlil,in cclcbrnlcs ihis nionlli is n! small iin[ioriance. Ycl iciilay, mi our 7Slli liirllnlay, it is Iiorhaiis pnijier llial lliis ecu up any, representing nearly lliirty millinn pnlicy- lii>li!rr*. sliouli) hen: voirc its faith iti Ilic fulure, ami its (IctiTmiimlioii In help make that future hriglitcr llum any pe- rioil in tlic past. \Vc liavc just reason for tliat faitli. Ouis is n iuisincss that lias liccn htiilt on failli-l'ailli in tliu coiilitiueil and Rrovving grcalncss (if our cnunlry, failli in lite integrity of our people. In Ilie 75 years since Metropolitan was fcmmle,], „„ M :lrcU 24, iaf,B, wc Iinve scon America f;ice crisis aflcr crisis-wars, panics, depressions, disasters nl many kinds... am | r,,, m rac)l s||cl| crisis wc have seen this couniry emerge, stronger lliati ever. \Ve cniiriilcnlly be- Jicve dial America will do jnsl- tint th« in-ft yc.irs of wir his- Mry lie iKfore us. Wc liavc every reason, Ion, for our (ielmm'nnlion t<i iielp make llial fulnre Iwiiflilcr. Mo business,- pcrljaps, toiiclirs thi! lives and aspirations of millions of people more closely than ours. ll is our plain duty In help those people fulfill llieir dreams-of ail education for (heir children, of security for their familic.'.s nf financial independence in their own old age. ; : In lhe pasl, wo have IricJ lo perform , Iliat (tcrly lltroiigli the wise iinTiimciit of more than six billion dollars ivhich wc hold for lhe pur policyholders. \Vc liavoi tried, to do il through conscientious, economical management, so llml insurance cosls Jvmild he lifW to a iiiiiiinmm. \Ve have tried to tin it through the prompt payment of alt hen- clils-wliicli, in the 75'ycars of our <-s- Ulcncc., have totalled'oycr-nmc ami a half billion dollars. And ihroiigh our organized health activities, established in 1009, wc have Iried lo make every possible contribution.lojicatlliicr, longer lives for iiur polic)-liof(lcVs-]iios which, taken from hirtli,'no*'',ivtragi: over twenty years longer iliarrlhey did in I860. '•'•'.•' In doing llicsc things, we'liavc also Iricd to be a i;»ocl citizcti.' Fo> ivc are. part of America. Her fulure is ours. And lodny, in this critical hour of her iu'slory, wc say ngain-our faith in her fulure lias never been stronger. - Meiropoliian Life Insurance Company (J A/JITJI.IF j^n1,nj«,i.. (.J MUTUAL CO.VP.4,VV) •, CltAKMAX OF THE tlOAUD .\. l.lwtln, N A VEN'UE, NFAV VOKK, N. Y. TUNE IN TONIGHT %'%?£?% 75lf 8:30 WMPS — ,— „ ending „ •xcellent job of winding „„ the "ii in so smooth a. fasnlDii that Is impossible to tell - where one . --.-*. .*, lt .» «i«'it: uiic left off and the other began Here'-, iction, adventure, murder violence —and, of course, romance. HEROKS OF THE PACIFIC A first-hand, cye-witncs s view of our war in the Orient, from the opening raid on Manila to the jatlle for the Solomon Islands is Jark Lee's "They Call It Pacific" :Viking; $3.) As a correspondent, Lee was free- o follow the war from island to sland. His story is trom the vnn- t age point of the front line-the foxholes. He was with oops in the Philippines, » PT boats between Bataan and jorregidor, in fighter planes over ho coral Sea and Midway. In ten nonths Jie covered 40,000 miles vas torpedoed, shot at, ami then eturncd home lo write his story BelievinB the Pacific war ii.-is ecu slighted, Lee attempts. to fill K, P. Cottons For K. P. on tbe home front, Toni Oilman, New York actress, wears this brown cotton cliam- bruy whose sleeves button up to the inilials of that arduous taslt. foremost ucnllu he request of the troops he writes boul — to "tell them the truth ack home about lhe Pacific." You 'ill be entertained and educated y this brave tale of desperate and raBeous men, righting hcroical- vvitliout -supplies lliey should ave. » a * AGA OF Till; SEA Prom tlif |>ens of two suvivors f one of World War n's greatest sea sagas have eo-'iie two strikingly slmllnr but still Individually clif- ferent stories. Subject is the rescue of Capl. Eddie Rickcnbacker and his companions in . lhe Pacific. .One is 'by Capt. nickenbacker himself— -"Seven Came Through" (Doubleday Uoran: si.50) The oilier, -we Thought We Heard lie Angels sing" (Duton: $1.60), is by Lieut. James C. Whittnkcr, copilot of the lost plane. Their similarity I B in the mat-nificient manner in which each man'•spoke to TE ST totwleuin Jellif ff,. Spread Morolliie flow. war lisis ' S^' ll: ;"|, >l ^'° rJJ '''°' 1 ' I ''""i""''w New Tweeclies For Spring/ Shoe- i 1 1 » s t rated is lhe basic iniltern with lfi/8 heel— 5 A to B. Hows and detail make (he style . RICO SAND- ROLLED BOW WHEATLINEN- LOOP BOW TURF TAN KID- ROLLED BOW Watch Our WIHDOWS For New Spring Arrivals! i Three Styles— SHEER RAYONS by PROPPER- McCOLLUM Sundown is tlifc nc\v shade —priced lo buy three pair Otic lo wear— One to wash- One (o ilr.v— pair •=LO-VO A. ,-r ot*./ and fount! his God, and In tile account of lioiv faith and seeming miracles brought about their sin> vival. '. The Whiltaker book is based on .. diary Hie author, kept those stormy days >on Hie . Pacific. .\Vell Illustrntcd with symbolic sketches, It Is an absorbing, factual account of the ordeal he ;ind Die ethers went through. Hlckenbacker's work is equally well written, but between Its lines is the message for America the captain has been putting forth in his many public ; u|t- pcarances since his rescue. This message is rounded up in a chapter at the end of the book in which Rickenbacker sets forth a program of war and post-war air supremacy for Use U. S. Ties in $10,000 Contest, War Bonds Must Wait NAMPA, hla. (UP)—Mrs. Joe AI- cord of Nampa v.'antwl to win $10;- X10 to buy boinUi, so she rt-cked her to'ain to .solve 120 piKxIe.s in a nation-wide contest. She answered every question cor- 'eclly, but one olhcr jjci.son — among the 24,000 participants in :he contest—had also njadc a.per- fect score. The war effort now must wait until Mrs. Alcord solves 120 more inrales—harder than the first one.?, ;he believes. Oels Tires J-'nmi Japan M.ONTICELLO, Ind. <U.I 1 .)—The Japanese hava lessened the war- .itne transportation problem of William T. O'Dowd. H was in an indirect way, of course, lie received two captured Japanese tires, standard make, 00x18 wllh knobby reiul, from .his son. Ll. William O'Dowd. who !s with the South 'acific air force. FOR COLDS' or " ul£cillar ncliiia, got --.,......,. Janeiro. Tlio salve with COUGHING, » j >"^ ot <.M-fr,>i,ir,,u,,! CUICCI CC JNI r r Lta Inl iUou siief. i IB rz Continuous Shows Every Day Box Ofttce Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN M a.m. 12:« p.m. 1:30 p.m. Last Time Today with IMiillip Born & Lionel Uarrymore Sclecicif Sfmrl Thursday and Friday CUUDE COHRAD S»D«EV PtrFB • ' RAINS-VEIDf-CREENSTKEfT-LORRE; pirccled by ^jjJU^L (jHRTI/ Scrten Pl»y by Julius J. &• Philip 0. tpstein and •' Howard Koch- From a Play by Mijruy Burnett'and Joan Alison • Music by Max Stemei - Paramount ticws & Selected Short ROXY Bargain Night Every Nigitt Except Saturday. Shnw Every Night 7:00 Box Office Opens 6:30 Contlrmons shows Sit. and Sun. Last Time Today 'RHYTHM PARADE' | with N. T. G. Uevnc and Ted Fio nita Orclicslra. Selected Short Thursday and Friday Selected Shorts

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