The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1943 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, April 5, 1943
Page 2
Start Free Trial

FACE 812 BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 5, 19'13 fobble-Smith Vows Said In Rites Performed Here Miss Ernestine Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs George W. $milh, became the bride o<;,Flm > Lieut. Raymond E. Cobble, son of Mr. nndl. Mrs. R. E. Cobble of Dayton, Teiin., : in a ceremony pjrfromed yesterday' atiernoon al the Post Chapel of the Blytlievillc Army Air Field. The Rev. Fletcher Spruce, pastor of .First Church of, the Naznrenc, read ths ) itcs at 2 o'clock before a gathering of relatives and n mini-' bcr of other guests. : . j flie 'chapel was effectively, decor atod with Southern smllax, and tall lloor vases of white gladloJS and. white snapdragons, Ihtsrinlnelcd with fern. Ili'e white cathedral tapers In the chancel were set In wrought iron candelabra. x A program of nuptial music was give" by'I* T. Moore Jr., organist, and Miss Wynotte Shepherd, vocal- 'ist.- Mr. Moore played Schubert's "Serenade", "Clare de Lime", and Wagner's "Wedding March", ami Miss Shepherd sang two solos, "Ah, Sweet Mystery of tyfe" and "I Love You Truly".'. During the musical program, the tnpers were lighted by MIss.Lonntc Hagctt, who wore a dress of powder blue lightweight wool, with a blnck straw hat, and black accessories. Her corsase was of pink rosebuds. Miss ,Dulcla.Smith, sister of the bride, served as mftld of honor. Her two-piece suit was of yellow and black wool, with, which she wore black accessories': hfid a corsage of white rosebuds. \V. J. Rodgers, .long-time friend of the' faml'.y, gave the bride In marriage, as her father Is employed in defense work in California ami was unable to be present for the wedding. The bride wore an aqua colored suit of light-weight wool crepe, with a white blouse and beige and brown accessories. HeMiat was of bilge and brown straw; with a face veil of brown S.he carried n bouquet of gardenias, arranged on a white Bible. Lle\U. O'Hara Brook of the ttly- theville Army Air Field served Lieutenant Cobble as l>?st man. Ushers were Lieut. Thomas Laughery of the Blythevllle Army Air Field, and Charles Smith, brother of the brii! e. Immediately following the ceremony,, an Informal reception was Weds Officor Ai (Iliapel Hero ;^Mrs. Raymond E, Cobble was married yesterday afternoon at the chapel of lilylhe- vllte Army Air Field, Miss Krncstlne Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Smith. First, Lieutenant, Cobble Is stationed nt tlie air base here. held at the Smith guests. home for 50 Baskets of white gladioli-am! yel- Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Wesleyan Service Guild. Firs Methodists .Chvirch.j .meeting , a church T.30 p. : m. ' G! N. B. Club will meet with Mrs Jimmy Terieil. Tucsda'y Bridge Club meeting wltl Mrs!-Jesse: Taylor. Mrs. Jerry Hearn entertaining 40 Club Double G Club meeting with Mrs. Albert K. Taylor. ow jonquils were used throughout :ie entertaining rooms. The dining (able was covered with Ince cloth, nml had for Its cen- erplcce a three-tiered wedding nke, topped with n miniature ride nnd n military bridegroom. Mrs. Vance Henderson presided vcr the refreshment table, assisted y Mrs. Ernest Uoush of Wilson nd Miss liovcno Cole. Lieutenant anil Mrs. Cobble left ater In the afternoon for a 10-day redding trip to Memphis, Chatta- looga, and Dayton, Tcnh.. where liey will visit his parents and in he Great 'Smokies. They will make their honis here while Lieutenant Cobble Is stationed nt Blythevllle Army Air Field as hc-mlecil warfare Instructor. Out-of-town Ruesls here for tho raiding Included Mrs. Blanche jake Hanson nnd Miss Beverly Hanson, both of Memphis Mrs. C. B. Crane of Alton, III., Mrs. n. G. Tharpe of Newport, Ark., gnuul- nother of the bride; Mrs, I'aul Ma- 1011 of Antloch, Calif,. Miss Vli-- jlnla Stiles of Memphis, and Mrs, antst Roush of Wilson. Hiltha Club Has Dance The Hiltlm Club met Saturday nl[0il for n cabaret dance nt ttie American 'Legion Hut. Among the 15 couples present foi the affair were, Mr. mid Mrs. William Hntchctt, Mr. and Mrs. Slar- lyn Young. Mr. and Mrs. James McGnughey, Miss Mary Lutes, Pfc Larry Ballnese nnd Cadet Woods. HUSBANDS GUESTS OK G.N.H. CMJll G. N. B. Club entertained their husbnnds Saturday night at the home of Mrs. .Clyde Hldrlgc. Special At The Hospitals Walls Hospital \dmltted— Born to Capt. and Mrs. J. II. Lat- ihaw, city, a son yesterday. , Born to 1'vt. and Mrs. Luther ?ord, Holland, Mo., a daughter ycs- .erday. dismissed— Oscar Oakley, Dccrlng, Mo. Eugene Glass, city. Blytiicvlllc Hospital Admitted- Lester Peoples, city. Homer Lee King Jr., Dell. Noma Jean McLaughlln, Lunora. Dorothy Bedford, city. Jlunnlc Ray Moore, city. Peggy June .stalllhgs, city. Berma stalllngs, city. Horn to tllr. and Mrs. Dyer Garner, Rl. I. city, a son this morning. Born lo Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Brownlce, Dell, a daughter yesterday. Memphis Ilaptlst Hospital Admitted— .Herman Cross, city. Mrs. R, B, Pinvls. city. Mrs. Jimmy Terrell, city. Raymond Stcrnes, Manila. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted— Kay Bradford, Kclser. Memphis Methodist Hospll:il Admitted- Troy McVay, Dycss. Os;e Lots'Nnunlly, Joiner. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. O. O: Poet?, nnd diiuglu'cr GleiKlii of Montgomery, Al:i. urrlvi'd Sulurday for a brief vlsl wlih (lie la tier's jntrcnt-s, Mr. ink Mrs. <-. V. 1/tng.slon. Mrs. .ston find Mr.s. PoelK left yeslcrdny for Juck.son, MLs.s.. to Ue with Mrs liHnnston's mother. Mrs, Annie Tnnn, who underwent an opcrntioi there this morning. • Mr. nnd Mrs. fl. Conwtiy, Mrs Godfrey White nnd children, Anm and Ucwi'llyn. of Oscenla sjien Siiturday in Mcniplits. Mrs. lay Eldi, Mrs. w. A. Affllck Miss Gall nnd Miss Ixiis Eich spei ijnturday in McmpliK MUs Einily Dale Gray has gone to Washineton, D. C., where she will spend two weeks with her sister. •LIcHtcnnnt. and Mrs. Robert -I). Molt nnlved Tuesday [or a visit with- llielr parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. E. Cook nnd tho Rev. and Mrs. J. II. Holt of Pnrngoitld. Mentcn- ant Holt lelt Friday for Ills new. stnllon at ColumlHK, B. C. Mrs. the former Miss Vlr- to join him Int- Holt, who Is Klnln Cook, er. li. K. Asliby, Miv'nnd Mr.s. R. L. Asliby nnd -son nobby are spending .he week-end \vUli Uicli 1 brother, Pfc. Frank Ashby who Is stationed nl Kccsler Field, Biloxi, MUs. While there they plan (o visit In New Orleans. Mrs. Herman Peck and son, Jimmy, of Kransville. Hid,, arc visiting relatives here. .Inck Hale has returned lo Mis- sip])! Stntc- College, Starkville, after spending the Spring holidays with Ills parents, Mr.^ and Mrs. E. lj. llnlc of Arnmrel. 'He was nc- compnnied homo by a school miila, . Included Mr. and Mrs. Ross Wleilinim anil Corp. Lacy Gordon. Prizes were awarded ''to* Harold Poll Indicates Public Opposes Parking Meters (Continued from-Pa KG 1) parking could lie coutrolcd. I wouli prefer .not to have meters." ""Another man, long owner of a store here, who declined lo have ipsy'Smith'Jr. ;)pens Kevival Here Yeslonlay Using Christ's Invitation to "Fol- ow Mo" as a Ilicinc, the Rev. Gl|Ky inillh addressed an overflow congregation yesterday morning In the opening .sei moil of the two weeks rsvlval at the First Baullst Church. The main auditorium anil balcony were IlllC'd. .some were seated In chairs In the aisles and many were gathered In an assembly room In lh? rear where an amplifier carried to them the sound of the minister's voice. There was complete silence ns the renowned preacher artfully wove In tlie tender affections of Ills Gipsy ancestry, mentioning the faults of n race to whom a missionary l\as never been sent, lo wee Ills listeners lo "folow Him." • "There arc alxml 4.000.000 Glpsyo In (he world today," he said. "They are older than the Anglo-Saxon race, and (heir language is older than yours. If you will get close to us you will find w c have hearts as you have, wc have your longings and aspirations, but we have never had llic opportunity. 'There has never been a teacher .sent to us. So far as I know, we are the only race lo whom no missionary has Men sent." Slating that his father wos "saturated with the art of prayer" even licfore he could read, the liev. Mr. Smith related how the elder "Gipsy Smith," now In his BUrtl year and stilt preaching, came in contact a Christ!: verted. , His father's life was so transformed and he became so powerful ill his living and preaching for God tliat h; was chosen by the English leaders to he llic first minister sent with tho British soldiers into the trenches In France in 19L4, at Piling Minister Lloyd George's direction, h; related. • At the night hour the evangelist gave another large crowd three necessary characteristics of a disciple of Christ,. "If you would be a follower yo\\ must be parlak?r of His divine nature. You must be partaker of His suffering. You must lio partaker of His glory," he said. For the first'.week there will he no morning service, the Rev. o. J. Chastaln, pastor of ih? First. Baptist Church, announced. The Rev. Mr. Smith .spoke at the high school this morning and was scheduled lo appear before the service clubs during the week. Mr. Smith will continue th? series tonight. Gene Battlell, choir director In charge of the music, will open the thlny-mlnules son and praise .service at 7:30 o'clock. Holland Forty llllle boys and girls were present at the sixth birthday party of Jimmy Litlle, of nnd Mrs. Russell Little, Sunday nftenioon. Games were played outside on the side lawn where two large birthday, cakes bearing candles, lemonade and sandwiches were served. Johnny and Tommy Balling of Dtythevillc town guests. Mr. and Mrs, C. J. McCormlck and family were here thru the week with Mr. anil Mrs. Hillie Gene McCormlck of'here and Mr. nnd Mrs. King of Blythevllle. Former.long time residents of Hoi land Mr. and Mrs. McOormlck arc now living iu Patterson, Mo. Mr. anil Mrs. Sum Workman and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Zahner visited In Klsco, Mo., Sunday with Mr, (ind Mrs. John Azlbll.' Mrs, Garvtn Wilson er.sbui'g, Tenn., with is in l)y- her sisler Mrs. Minnie Overtoil for two wcek.s Mr. Wilson, accompanied by Ern- c'.st McCfnrjv Icfl Tuesday loi Prat I, Kalis., to be cngnfjcd in defense construction work for several months. Rergt. Edwnrd Marshall, .son ol Mr. and Mrs. E< S. Marshall, win is here on a weeks furlough Iron irenclilny, came in contact with camp Gordon, Oa., is bedfast will ristian workman and was con- measles, Half Moon News The Woman's Society of Chris- Inn Service met Friday night with Mrs. H. C. Duck. There were 10 nembers and two visitors present. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. C. \V. Garrigan gnve the devotlonnl and the mission study was taught by Mis. Mitchell from the book, "On This 'oundalion". Reports were given ind plans made for a shower lor Mrs. E. I!, wnlker who Is leaving lexl week. Mrs. Claud Duncan, who lias jcen ill, is much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnlc Gorman of licrnie. Mo., spent .Sunday with friends here. W. n. Ughlfool Jr., who has acen in active duly (or the past ,wo years in the Pacific War '/,one, :ms been spending an eight-day furlough will) his mother, Mrs Nora Lightfoot and other relatives, l.eon O'Neal who is serving in O6ta Bridge Club will meet with out the Mrsj Victor Stilteell. American Legion Auxiliary will mccl. at Legion Hut, 8 p. in. Chapter N of P.E.O. sisterhood meeting 7:30 o'clock at home of Mrs.. Elton W.-Kirby. f \VEDNESDAY'S EWENTS Mrs. • Cornelius Modinger entertaining Town and Country Club. , Ai/D.'O. Club meeting with Mrs. James Terry. Mc-.l: for bunco, H. C. Blnnkenslilp ,h| s nnme used, sold: "I clont think High nml Clyde Eldrlfee low for the .It Is n gooil thine for Wlylhevlllc lo nl ™ |hnve pnrklni; meter.s. We huve lows For the women, bunco wns.won governing parking nml they should by Mrs. Joo Pnckctt, Mrs. Clyde |,e enfortecl. Thai, is nil we need. •.Wrige high nnd Mrs. Hnrokl Meek, rr the city ndniliilstratlon will In- low - struct its police to enforce the Invvs rotted plants were used through- nnd Lli c court will fine ths offcnd- Miss Gloria Ollpin, of Cireenwttod, Miss. Mrs. J. p. Newell Jr., returned to Memphis today niter several days visit with her mother ,llrs. Leslie Hooper. Mr. Newell is stationed with the U. S. Engineers nl Dawson Creek, British Columbia. Pvt. Elmer H. Smith who has completed his basic training nt Fort, liiley, Knnsns, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Smith nnd family, awnlllng orders. Ktnfi Sert't. Jimmy Edwards, stationed nt linckly Field, Colo,, accompanied by Miss Ccma Hufsmitli ( Friday ni^ht v.'ilh their Uau" liter of Denver. Is spending n 10-dny Mrs. '\v. s. Aycock and fnmUy of furlough \vith hiii pnrenls, Mr. nnd Parmn, Mo Mrs. W. A. Edwards. Albert O. Snliba, son of.. Dr. and, Irs.- J. A. Saliba has recently been nitiated into Phi Eta Sigma, lion- rary fraternity for freshmen at jOiiislnna State University. Albert Saliba wns one of 35 freshmen lo ^ initiatefl into this organization iiis year. A'cw Liberti/ Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Aycock and granddaughter. Linda Nelf, spelit rooms for decoration. For crs w | lm foi m< i i;l1 i|ty of breaking refreshments the hostesses served the laws, the police will arrest of- Wednesday Bridge Club will meet •with'Mrs. Charles Rose. Mrs. V. G. Holland entertaining Wednesday Contract Club. B. nnd t. Cliib meeting'with Mrs. Beatrice Downs. •: . C. B. C. Club meeting with Mrs. Fred Bean. Elnrwood Cemetery Asspoinlion ineellng with Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, 2-30 p m. i Stidbury Parent, -Teacher Association, 'meeting at .school 3 o'clock following" executive'board meeting, 2:30 p.' ml THURSDAY'S EVVENTS Mid-Week- Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. H. H. Houchins. Mrs. A. G. Little entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club. Triple Table Club meeting will Mrs. W. B. Nally. ' Mrs. Graham Sudbury will enter tain Club Eight, .Mrs. Henry .Humphreys entertain ing'Thursday Contract, Club. .Double Four Club meeting wltl Mrs. A. E \Henry, iilcken stew with ookies. cold drinks and fenders. But every department will flany Out-of-Town People Attend Smotherman Riles A large number 'of oui-of-town Jeoplc were hero yesterday to nt- cnd the funeral of Mrs. S. L. Smotherman, 50, who died Thursday morning at Walls Hospital. Included among lliesc were Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Anderson of West •letnphls. Mr. nnd Mrs. Burly An- lerson of Pnumi. Mo., diaries Anderson of Nnval Training Sta- ion, Millington. Tenn., 1 - Mr. and Mrs. Silencer Anderson of Osceoln, Johnny Smolhermsn of Redding, alif., Louis Smotherman of Camp Adair, CaliTi and Mr. 'and Mrs. Dysingcr nnd clilldren of:.Comvtvy, Ark. A brotlicr, Ed Anderson of Los Angeles, Calif., nnd a son, Jflck Smotherman of Salt Lake City, Utah, could not make train connections and fnlleil to arrive In time for the funeral. They expect lo arrive [otiay lo be vv;ih oilier members of (lie family here. The National Belter Business Group docs not recommend the various battery "dopes" which are .supposed to prolong the life of Ihe power plant. lave to cooperate, and the police mist have the hacking of the city ind (ho couit if parking evil'is :o be corrcclcd.' IN MEMOH1AM In memory of my precious son, Lcroy Richard Wood, who passed awny ien years ago April 16th, 1033. riic month of April again is here. I'o me the saddest of the year. I'o have lo love nnd then to part Was the deepest sorrow of my hrnrl. I miss you just ns much today As when from me you went away, And memory of yon will nlwnys be A fragrant and lovely tiling. Like a rose that : wns plucked lin- An eternal breath of spring. Treasured thoughts of one so dear. Oltcu bring n silent tenr. Oh! darling. I ntlss you so vco much. A broken hearted mother, Mrs. •William Wood, Luxora, Ark. Woodmen Will Meet Woodmen nf World will meet at lie Hall, Fifth nnd Main, Tuesday, 1:30 o'clock, for initiation of caii- lidalcs. All new members are urued to •Uteiul, it was announced. Tlie lilmptcr at Tyronsm iJike will je jircseiit autl rcfre.sliments servetl it'tec tlie meeting. O.M11) or THANKS I would like lo express my appreciation to all my friends wlio Have been MI kind to me since my liome burned several weeks ago. Mrs. J. 1.. Mewsom. Mr. and Mrs. J. 3. Williams and children, Fny and Hilly, visited 'datives at Manila Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hilloti Slevenson .'isitcd Mr. and Mrs. D. H Steven- ' son al Keiscr Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence TarkinE- ton. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Duncoh and family spent Sunday at, Kcn- nett, Mo.,'With Mr. and Mrs, Will Lee and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barber of Stccle, Mo,, are spending this \vcck at the home of Mrs, Unrbers son. Mr. and Mrs. D. Garrett, while she is recuperating from a recent illness. Mrs. Joe Pytand and baby boy of California and Mrs. Floyd Bell and daughter of St. Louis are with their parents, Mr. and Mr.s. W. B. Slaten for the .Summer. Mrs. Jeff Rogers, former \ Miss Edna Downing, of Memphis is the guest, of her auul and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Marshall. Mlrrlcte while her husband Is-in -Hot Springs undergoing treatment. Among those from Holland to attend the funeral services of Marais Limbnugh; Monday were: Mrs. Bill Sluavd, Mi's. Virgil Ul- Icy, Mrs. Fannie Colenian, - Mrs. I<. lierry. Mrs. Noble Capehart and Byron Holly. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oakley and daughter Judy of Mr.lden and Mr. and Mrs. Gaie Harrison of Gideon were week-end guests of Mr. and Ins. Virgil Utley. Mrs. Martlia Lester returned home Sunday from fit. Louis after three weeks with Mr. and Mrs Ellias Phillipo. After a month with her mother Mrs. Maud Richard, Mrs. Vei \ Swansoh and son Gerry left Wednesday for Flint, Mich. Tech, Sergeant Leslie Sarnford, of Mead, Aid., has returned to camp following a few day.s with his mother, Mrs. Ivy .Samford and other relations: Mrs. Howard Thorn arrived Tuesday from Sun Diego. Calif., to be with her mother, Mrs. Claii Patrick. Her husband. Private Thoin, accompanied.,her to .Kansas City where-- he will undergo treatments for arthritis.- USE CONSERVATIVE MEASUREMENTS Wulch your measurements caiolully. Don'l lake any more shortening them llic jecipe calls (or. You'll bo surprised <il the slio you r,ave. .he Navy, returned to Brooklyn,N. Y., after spending Hie pasi week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. i ifynclnlh O'Neal and other reln- .ivcs nnd friends. Miss Krline Richardson and Miss Lois 1'off of Memphis visited here over the weekend. RHEUMATIC PAIN Kilt not Spoil your Djf-GH aim M Kin Don't put off getting C-2223 to re- lievo pain of muscular rheumatism and other rhcur.-.atlc pains. Caution: Use only as directed. First bottle purchase price back if not satisfied. UOc and $1,00. Today, buy C-2223. An lrti]>orlant Announcement Concerning FOOD RATIONING!. Although it is unlikely that the '.lew Government program of ra- '.lonlng will moan actual hunger tor us at home--it may mean that many will .stiller from a VITAMIN DEFICIENCY caused by unbalanced meals — unless their diet Is .supplemented with concentrated vitamins. If you will slon at our store, we will be happy to recommend the vitamins which will balance your daily requirements. Wood's Drug Store ISI.VTJlKVU.I.i:, AUK. Amazing results In building Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today '. POWERS G!RL Uli George Murphy and Anne Shirley News & Selected Shorls NOTICE-FOOT SUFFEHEKS Now at, Hotel Goff. Bee Ihe latest, most modern method from bylc's Pool Ualtmcc Service, Memphis. Corns, cnllouscs. bunions, arch trouble. Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday only. -i-5-pk-fi SKIN ERUPTIONS W«lli« (externally caused) RELIEVE ITCHING PROMOTE HEALING Read Courier News want ads EHKQ BnrcnesH—htiriiHtf* with iiriliscpt'o Black nn<\ White Ojiilinciil. UEO only as dircclcd. Cleantio with Hlack iuul\V}ittc Sktu Soup. BLACKaDdWHITEOIHTMENTl Po " 0v; lftbc YouWomenWho Suffer From HOT HASHES CHIUT FEELINGS 1C you —Hl:o so many women between the ages of 38 anil 52—sulTer from hot flashes, weak, dizzy, nervous feel- Ings, distress of "Irregularities", arc blue nt times—due lo the functional mhldlc aye period In ft woman's life— try taking Lydia K. Pink-ham's Vegetable Coin pound at once. It's the best 3:no\vn jnediclne yon can Iniy that's made fsjircially for tromcn. Pinkham's Compound is /umotis to relieve fiuch distress. Tnfcen regularly —It helps build up resistance against such nrnioying symptoms. It also is a flue stomachic tonic. Thousands \ipon thousands of women—rich nnrt ' poor siikc—have reported benefits. Tlmo and r\gnl:i Lydla PEnfcham's^ Compound has provnl !=othc'.woinen v s happiest ciay.s often cuil Tic" diYfhiE--their "40'5'V lions. Worth Irijliigl IN THE TANK FORCES they say: •IRON HORSES'* foe tanks "GEAR HAPPY 0 for shifting gears too often "THIN SKINS* for uotrmored trucks CAMELS ALWAV5 TRAVEL WITH ME_ THEY'VE GOT WHAT IT TAKES IN TASTE AND I've SMOKHO 'EM TOR YEARS ££ rntrr in With men in rtie Army, Navy, Ma tine Corp!,iod Coast Guard, ihe favoiiio X crgunrc is Camel. (Based on actual mitt record; in P6« Ej cfaucn ud Canteen).) foe the service nun's favorite cigarette Tn/s is why "GIVE SOLDIERS we ask... A BREAK AT 7" It's like (his after 7 every evening., .at every soldier's or sailor's telephone center in anuycampsandnavaltascstntlio United States. The boys wait... while telephone attendants try to threat! long distance calls through a network carry-*- *«*i*a iiiiuL'gn H iiut^uih La Inj capacity (raffle 1 In alldirections If you will make none but urgent long distance calls between 7 p.m. and 10 p.m., you can-he sur« you arc helping lo clear the lines so that many an anxious Ind In barracks can have a telephone visit with the folks he's fighting for. SOUTHWmCRN HH TlttPNONC COMMNT Y OUNG people, especially those o£ grammar nml high school age, arc n-one to be deficient in stomach cll- gesllve juices and red-blood. A growing-person who Is operating on n 05 to 1Q% healthy blood volume or a biomnch digestive capacity of only 5fl 'ir hnmllci o Ci)' ; t normal 1s severely Icappecl. In such cases Nature ncecls extra help. 5rgallic troubles or focal Infection, If hey exist, must bccorrectticl. Tissue foods iiust be digested and rich, rcci-biooil mist lie present to build sturdy bodies. ESS Tonic Is especially designed to mlld-up mood strength when tleilclont . . nnd to promote those stomiich juices v.-hlch digest the food so the body can make proper use of it hi tissue building nnd repair. These two Important results enable c hcdy to miikc use ol the Jood as Mature hi tended. Thus you may ynln a Keen nupctitc . . , firm flesh . . . body pncrgy . . . mcntnl alerti^nss! Build Sturdy Health so that the Doctors may better serve our Fighting Forces Thousands and thousands of users have tcctlnccl to the benefits SSS Tonic lias brought to them nnd scientific research shows that It sets results- that's why so many say "SSS Ton ic bulldssturdy health —makes you led like yourself ng.iln." At^es/C'S.S.S.Co. S.S.3.10NIC helps build STURDY HEALTH Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. Box Office Oiiens (i:« Show Sturis 7:00 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sim. Lust Time Today HIGH SfEiiH with Humphrey liogiul Fox News nnd SliorLs Tuesday & Wednesday Treat 'Em Rough and Kdtiie Allii-rl Selected Slmrls Lei Us Launder Your DRAPESand BLANKETS! Tliis yrar, nlicin ovcrytlunj*' joa own is so precious, your wisest i:|irhisr-(lcanii\g move wiU he to let iis ( laiiiHlcr ynur prized drapes ami blankets. Our modern methods nnd sanitary equipment vsill sro your drapes and hl.mkcls relumed (ct you in a conriiltan good as "new"! Nll-WA PHONE 474 BLYTHEVIUE,ARK.

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free