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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 13, 1943
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FAQ* TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.y COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1943 BAPTIST'W.'M. U. C1IJ({.F.S MEfcT Tliei Woiimn's Missionary Union, mt«Bii (1st Church, met at \arlcms licniji yfsterdas afternoon for tlie uvular elide wsslons At the close cf each, meeting, a social hour, was )!tld;Biid-. Ve/rcslunenU served. Circle One,met with Mrs. Alvlu rtuKuian wli«n five \verc present. MK7J? li \voodson opened tlie 'reeling with prase' Mission slufly MS taught J)j Miss Coidella WIN Wtc'i'xrltU Mrs. Murray Smart ns••i I p» Circle Two met will) Mrs. Ted King'..', There were live members prescii t. The opening prayer was Silren by Mrs Eu Carson, tile de- \oliona! by Mrs. O. M. Morgan, wltH the mission study and closing praysi- given by Mrs. E. P. Blomcycr. Circle Three; with Mrs. W. J. \Vunderllch al whcili nine members were present. Mrs. R. G. Cash gave the devotional.; Mrs. Harry Brooks opened the meclinir with prayer anct (iiught the mission study. Mrs. Brooks..was.nsslslcd with ! her study leaon by .Mrs. H. E. Graham and Mrs.'R.' G. Cash. Mrs. Everett. Rene-1 ger! 'closed the meeting will) prayer. Circle. Four met with Mm. Ivy W." Crawford. There were nine lircsc-nt to'hear :tlic lesson tnughl by'Mrs. Ray'Woods, the devotional U»cn tiy Mrs.' R. A. Copeland- and prayers' ; offered by Mrs. Hobsrt Grimos; Mrs. 0. E. Johnston and Mrs. Woods. Circle Five met with Mrs. J. P. MrFall. with nine present, the opening prayer was given by Mrs. diaries Ray Newcomb, president of Mrs. E. L. Hale gave HIP devotional and Mrs. Walter Bishop«taught the mission study 1 av.d closed tho meeting with prayer. Mrs. Riclfard Robinson was host- c=sito Circle Six, tlifre were eight members and, one visitor present. Mrs. W. J.-Rogers opened the meet- Ing with prayer, Mrs Guy Martin gave the devotional and Hie .hostess taught the mission study. The meeting was 'closed with .sentence" prayers. Circle Seven met with Mrs, N. Brlghaih with eight members . and one visitor present, Mr.s, J. U. Smart Jr., gave the devotional and Mrs. S. M. Hood opened the meeting with prayer, Tlie mission study vras taught by Mrs. Tom Jackson after which Mrs, Smart- closed the meeting with prayer * * • CHKISTIAN WOMKN 1'I.AN TO ASSIST IN REVIVAL The Woman's Council of First Christian church met with Mrs. John Durham yesterday afternoon when Mrs. J. D. Davis was co- hostess. A devolional give by Mrs. 11. F. Urogdon before the business meeting was Inkcn Irom the 13lli chapter of First Corinthians, Mrs. Brogdon closed her devotional with a poem, u prayer for the boys in service. During the business session, plans were made for the prc-Easter prayer service to be held Wednesday, April 21, 2:30 o'clock, at the church The Hcv. R, S. mint discussed plans for a revival to be held April 18 to 25 at the church. The [ollow- !g people were appointed to nsslsl vllh this religious session: Mrs. George W. liarham, Mrs, Thomp on, Mrs. Sam Littleton, Mrs. Na- hnn Carle, Mrs. John Durham. Mrs. two visitors. Mrs. J. I). McGlll, irogi'am lender, was assisted by, Mrs. G. W. Yalcs and Mrs. Uoss Stevens. Circle Three met with Miss Emma Kale Richards, Mrs. ]•:. A. Hale was co-hostess. There wore 12 members and two visitors present. Miss Richards discussed the pro- | gram topic and Mrs. C. M. Gray gave the devotional. Mrs. James '"'11 was appointed co-chiifrniun for the coming year with Mrs. Rodney Banister program chairman. ? <• « ,AUi: ST. WOMIJN PLAN TO Kl'.W I'OH SOUHKHK. Mis. W. T. Muloncy was hostess to the Woman's Society of clils- tlan Service, J.uke Street Methodist Church, ycsleidny Afternoon when Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. S. W. Hngna. of Cl«rl:s<lnlc. MLss., iinivrd Sunday for a two- day mil v/lth lie.] 1 son. .}. A. Ua- lens and iiimily, Mr.s. Eisner Benll and sons of Marion, «rc .spending the week licirc as guests or her parents, Mr. iu»: Mrs. l>. l-;. Coolcy. They were accompanied by Mr. Kcall who spent the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde 1 .iarraU returned lo Memphis Monday alter 25 \\m\ three: Lyk-s, Mrs, visitors, W. Plug'Harness War Ration Book 3^ Due June, Will Be A Point 'Grab Bag' visiting Ills mother, Mrs. I, floppy Relief When Me Sluggish,Upset Chllds and Mrs. W.'fi. Webb, were present. Mrs. Gcori;t! Shanks,, leader of the program, wns assisted by Mrs. Stllwell and Mrs. O. .1. Rogers. During the liuslni'ss .session the roiip innrte plims to go lt> the HlyttU'VlIU; Army Air Field to mend for the soldiers. Mr.s. Cicorijt 1 Crews closed the meelinj; with prayer. The Ixxslcss and co-hostess, Mr.s. Mnit&ta Cole, Jan all and family, prior to Ills [joins; to ClmltniiouGH, Term., for iii- diicllon into the Navy, This is the sixth of Mrs. JurmM'K sons to en- cr the armed forces. Mr. und Mrs. .1. V. Oales and on, Jim, returned lasl night from ilcmplil.'i. They curried Jim lo s, Clinic where lie had Ihe removed from his lei;, and was Itted with a brace, His citnililion served refreshment:; Inn close jtc Moore, Mrs. 15. P. nrogdon, , AV] . Mrs. E.'M. Terry, Mrs. W. T. Har- lelt and Mrs. Harry Brown. (Mis. R. S. Baird, Mr.s. James Terry, Mrs. Nathan Carle. Mrs. V. O. Miller aml'Mrs. George W. nar- :iam were named to the nominating committee. A New member, Miss Virginia Mui'lln, wns nnmcd to the Ilopi. Croup. The Rev. Mr. Unird close<l the meeting with prayer, \VOMI;N 'lWOHAM Mrs. IHHjh Whilsltl was program •halnnan for Womcns Society of Christian Service of First Melho- list Church, yesterday afternoon when the theme was; "There Wll Always III! Room In Mens Hearts for the Personality of Jesus It's n h.'irnoss, all riglit, but for hoisepower, not horses. The device simplifies routing of current to [tli spark plugs on aircraft engine. WHEN CONSTIPATION makesyovi feel punk MliS. I.KCOKTT HAS HUS1NKSS CHtCI.F, Uuslncss Womcns Circle of Firs Presbyterian Church, met las niBht with Mrs. W. C. Leggctl There were 1C present. Topic at the devotional given by Mrs. Hugh Hudson was, "I'cjer The Changed Witness". Mrs. Vcr- non Totnasson useil as her to])ic Tor the program, "Look up Move on Auxiliary". During the business session, tlie chairman Mrs. While She was assisted by Miss Mflr- Jorie Warren and Mrs. A. O. Hudson. The Junior High Glee Club under the direction of Mrs. I^anlcr Heed sang two numbers. The president, Mrs. James Hill Jr., read the message Queen Eli/a- beth of England gave to her people Sunday afternoon. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. Whltsllt. Hostesses far this affair were; Mrs. Whilsltt, Mrs. Charles Crls- (jcr, Mrs. M. O. Usrcy. Mrs. W. S. Brewer, Mrs. E. J. Brown, Mrs. Paul Coolcy, Mrs'R. N. Hill, Mrs. Jnmle Fox, Mrs. H. 13. Oakes and Mrs. Eddie Rogcnold. Soloists Named For Or.Wessia!)' Here The soloists for Handel's "Me- slrib" lo be presented on 1'nltn , . .Sundav afternoon nl 4 o'clock at s very good hut he wil bo conhn- • Presbyterian Chnreh null to his lied fur another month I - -• us the result of lhi j injury which j received in Fcbnrny when he' fell nnil broke his wrist and knee. Herman Osiiron, who is visiting )ls daughter, Mrs. Al IJurk. 1 , and family, In Chicago, is very ill. Stricken several veins nun, he became much Improved after having been critically ill for a lonn time, but recenlly he has lost his eyesight and apparently ('rows weaker each day. Mr. and-Mrs. Herbert Sapln spent the weekend with Mrs. Sapin's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hush 1'oltcr, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas, before going to Paiagould wliero they are lo live at the Vandervoorl Hotel while Mr. Saplu is at Walnut. Kldge in connection with a heat- ins,' contract. They came here from Memphis and Hot, Springs where they spent their honeymoon. For several days at Hot Springs they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vann Lycll at, their home 1111 Uike Hamilton. They were accompanied to der ihe direction of Mrs, Fowlston are us follows: Wyc shepherd, soprano; Mrs. Barbara Slump, alto, and Stall Sgt. Ballon C. Fowlston. bass baritone. WyncUe Shepherd, .soprano soloist! is :i native of nlylhevillc, and has been hoard in Ihe churches of this city on many occasions. Miss Shepherd Is n graduate of Ulyllieville High School and Louisiana Stale University, While ,. S. U. she filing with the uni- ei'.slty chorus and the opera cho- us. She received the sward fo pointed the following chairman of OS the dickens, brings on stomich upset, laxative contained in good old Syrup Pepsin lo njake H so easy lo lake, y MM4Y DOCTORS use pepsin preparations in prescriptions to make the medicine more palatable and agreeable to take. So be sure your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin. I It SISTON DR. CAIDW ELL'S-Uje favorite of millions for 40 years, and feel! hat whole- come lelief from constipation. Even ftntcky children love .it. A friendly word of caution:.take only as directed on the label or as jMur doctor advises. CR.CA1DWEUS SEMAimTWE •"—-SYRUP PEPSIN Crowdcr, uttcndancc man, Mrs. Ed Sprudiey. pi ihnlrmnn, mid Mjrs. liucy Atc- . Paragould by Mrs. Snpln's son, Nick Thomas, who will make home with his mother and Sapin. John Vordcr-Uructge, Memphis iiUomcy, attended to business lo- tiny lu Dlythevllle. Mr.s. J. Nick 'I'homiis went rest nctvcss !>>• Thcla Al|>hr Phi and is a member of Phi Bel which Is the nsitional honorary f.o di'ty for music and acting, fihe bus sung since lier child nod and studied under both Lo Davidson and Pnsriualc Amati to corresponding s?crctnry L i,. The' served : n dessert course for refreshments. * * » I'ilKSllYTHKIAN C'lliCUJS SIKKT YESTKIIDAY Circles of Women's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian Church, met yesterday afternoon with the program topic "Look Up. Move On, Auxiliary", used for the discussion. Meditations for the day were "Individuals Used of God". Circle One met with Mrs. O. W. Dlllalumly who also wus program leader, with 15 members, and two visitors attending. 'Circle Two met with Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, having 12 members and Mrs. Norman Hunch was awarded the bunco prize, high went to Mrs. Raymond Mason, low : to Mrs Clyde Hunch and consolation,' Mlsa Mclbn Foster. • : 'i ; •.' : Tlie hostess served a sandwich plate and cold drinks for refreshments. Sprint' flowers were used throughout the rooms where the were entertained. ihw to lengthen car life fffuf HMMW gat mikagef EIGHT WAYS YOU CAN SAVE GAS Infant Niece Will Live With Mrs. Bernard Allen Some women lire bcromini; "war widows" but Mrs. Bernard AllcMi has a new lillc—that of "war mother." Her scvcn-month-old niece, Judy Hale of Little Hock, has arrived lo make her home with her aunl and uncle for the duration. Mr, and Mrs. Allen become "lem- poriuy parents" while Mrs. Allen's brother is In the Army and his wife Is employed. The baby made the trip to hei new home accompanied by hei graiulmollier. Mrs. C. A. Hale o Little Rock, who Is spending week with the Aliens. Memphis today to spend several weeks with her son, .J. Niek Thorn- is Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. liickor.staff nut Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hieteistaff, spent Sunday in Memphis with J. V. Uickei'staff. who is ill. in. E. Bldicrslaff of.Tupelo. Miss. incut the weekend with the W. A. Hlckcrstnff family. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Webb rctiirn- ( : d Sunday nighl from Simmer. Miss., where they spent a week as guests of J. J. relatives. II. L. Uantslcr underwent a lon- i-llccloiny this mornin;; at Wall ospilnl. Ills condition is very ood and he expects to rcluru to I Seminary of New Is home tomorrow. U;ity. He has studied voice from Mr nnd Mrs W. M. McKcnzie! the time he was four years old re now living nl VJU5 West Will-l-.vltli his father. Edgar B. Fowl- ill One of their sous, yam 1'hil- j.sloii, n teacher of voice and chops McKeiiKie. is a student at Uui- nil conductor in New " ; 1 WljehsiarunE, piubouldiiicb tadtton't \ tice cn^ioe. ' 2 Use low scirs less, i .jtelimo "hiRh" U r 3 'Anlicipatestopsignjandcoaslupioihenu 4 Don't Increase spccJ on hills, ft Accclcrlle eenllf. * Driie atunifbrtn speed. 7 Select routes \vitli fcwcjl stop sign). • Swap riiles wild friends and neijribor MI£?WEAK? from lack of III diiL'ctor of Hie operas at Louisian Stall! University. For Ihe past thre seasons she has been heard In th Memphis Open Air Theater. The silto soloist. Mrs. Barbai Shoup, wife of Warrant Olfict Shoup at the Army Air Field, als has a wide musical backgronn She has .studied under Madai Gilderoy Eeott of England, Or Hyde of New York and Prof. Wi Ham Ross at Indiana Universlt Mrs. Shoup is » graduate of Francis Shinier Junior College at ML Carroll, 111., ami Indiana Uuiver- ,ily. She laught high school'inuslc .n Georgia for a year. Mrs. Shorn) lias been heard in rccilal and concert, work In Illinois and over the Ulue network lu.m the stale. • ba.w rioloisl. Stalf Sergt. KiiHon C. Fowlston has been heard nuinercuis times in Ihe ehni'ches of Ibis cily, and recently was heard in n program of sacred music at tin; Presbyterian Church. Keigl. I'lnvl^loti is a graduate of Tironxvillc High School, Bronxvllle, N. Y.. and received his Master's degree In sacred music and reli- ^iuis education at the Union The- York Ky I1KT1Y MacDONAI.I) N'KA Staff t'orresiwnclcnt WA8JIINOTON.—I'he new Ration liook 3 will be mailed to you sometime in June, to avoid lineups, oi'A announces, it'll he n sort of grab bag book, containing all miscellaneous stamps such as meat, canned goods, sugar, coffee and shoes. I'll'l) CI.KANKU FAMINE If there Is a pipe smoker In your house, dear lady, hide nil extra hairpins, paper clips or any other prccluiLs cleaning aid he might pick up around the house. The reason: WPU reports Hint pipe cleaners are among the v/ar casualties, due to the critical melnl content. They're fast disappearing (rom the markets. Meanwhile the tobacco outlook. In general Is brighter, with the announcement lhat l(j.OOO,OI)0 additional pounds of Bin-ley tobacco ] are now available U) manufaclur- Warlime favorite, tobacco men y, is the old-fashioned chewing bacco, back In (he .spotlight bj- use of the numerous "No Stnok- g" signs in factories. OTTLK ItOTTl.KNKUK. Di'spilc rumored shortage in, WPC has worked out the ass bottleneck by announcinu a •astic conversion In all glass bet- es, especially in establishing four t£s (or all vceclahlc lard and lortcnhig containers.' 31owever, ill unconverted is the small, tliin ive bollle with the l IS-16 open- ig from which nothing, not even toothpick, can remove the ini- al olive intact. tKTHKAl) YOUR fiALOSHKS? From OPA comes hearlenine .cws that women's galoshes will lot lie rationed, although indtis- riul rubber boots, with crude rub- ier soles, have been. The oshcs are made of reclaimed rub- ier and nre only manufacture! low In dnrk colors. OI'A'ers doub he possibility of retreads BATHING SUIT BHBVITIES Color selection in next year' Dathing snit-s has tjecn cut 0 per cent. 'Hie bare midriff is en coin-aged by WP13 as a knit fab ric saver. Some of the suits wi conserve wilh elastic fabrics in tl- sumption of dkllllallon of bever- ige spirits lo replenllsh whisky nvenlories . . . Sausage casings arc point free . . . Hand lire jumps will be scarce . . . Sugar Tor canning may be set' at six points per pound . . . Cinnamon and black pepper supplies arc dwindling . . . The Food Production and Distribution Administration asked for Increased raisin production for next year . . . Approximately 20,000 tractors with steel wheels will be converted to rubber tires to aid in food production Hot's Replace Mashtcs NEW KOCHELLE;. N. -Y. <up — Seed catalogues and hoes have largely replaced mashlcs und nib- licks on the Wykaayl Country Club course here, > victory garden- lug has been su)»Uiutea for golf on six ncre.s of'' back only. Bathing caps will b made of a cellulose substitut. There will still be frills on 11: dressmaker-tyiK bathing suit, OI)»S 'N ENDS Expect more canned salmon on the market next year . . . WPB branded as false rumors of re- BINGO WEDNESDAY April M, S P.M. American Legion Hul SPECIAL PRIZE ISUbvHam Admission Only .t5t: Sliousnrnl By .Tuninr (Munnljcr of Commerce ROXY Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. Box Office Opens C:45 Show Starts 7:00 Continuous Shows Bat. uH San. M°FBIBND, i exqulsllely pre- liari-d emollient. Is useful In all concll- I lions vrticro a Mnnd, mild nnodync mas- fagc- uic<imm In £kln lubrlciillon \s ile- Blred. one coiullllon hi which women for more limn 70 years hnve used (t h ai} oppHcntlon for incibsatjlng the uody during prtL r O' 11IC V ... H. helps keep the skin Boft and pllnble ... thuy nvokimu unnecessary discomfort duo lo ilryness and tlphtnei-i, H refreshe.i nntl tones Ihe Ekln. An lilciil nms.sagc application for the numb, UnKllny or burning Keusa- llons of Iho skin.,. for Ihe- llred hocVt muscles or crQni[)-hke pains In the legs. CJiiicHy aljsorbcd. Dtlkglilful lo use. Mother's Friend Jliulily |)"iN<'d !jy ii^cra. many ilonlors and jnirf:fj. Jus.1 ask :iuy JruK^i^t fur Molhvr'l j.'rieriil—ll'« skin lubricant. Try it lurm:lit. IB^^HMMV^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^NM^VHM III/ Continuous Shows Every Day : Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Sfarts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 9:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Tuesday & Wednesday At The Hospitals nlydieville Hospital Admitted- Gordon- Kcmvnght,, c ya . Gordon Kemvright, city. Walls Hospital Admitted— Lucilc Dobbs, Kciser. E. C. Smith, city. William Limey, Steelc, Mo. Mrs. Leslie-Davis, Rt,. 1, Cnrulli- ersvllle, Mo. R. L. Banister, city. Mempliis Methodist Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Oartli Caslio, city. Redder Ray Stroiid, cily. ciMty of Cicorgla, Athens, li) the nw school, and t-heir other Iwn ons arc in service. Pvt. Ja'mes McKcnv.le is now .stationed at Cami) Lee. Va., nnd i'fc. William McKeimc is at-Channte Field. 111. hie McKenzie fam'ily lived hvri- for-ninny years before moving lo limn. Ala., and Mr. Mc- reiurncd some time ago to lie connected with R. D. Hughes store. Attend Convenlion York. This will he Sergeant Fowlston's :)4th performance as baritone so- lobl. in Ihe "Messiah." Social Calendar Then try Lydla Plnkhain's TAHLrra—on ol the best nntl quickest homo ivays In slmptc anemia to help build up rctl blood lo firr MORE stsENGTH. A great blcod-lrontonlcl Follow label directions. Lydia Pinliham's TA01CTS WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. R. E. Van Hooscr cntertnin- ng Three Table Club. Wednesday Uridge Club meeting with Mrs R. L. Slockett. A. D. c. Club will meet with Mrs. J. Fan-is McCalla. Mrs. Francis Jackson entertaining C. B. 0. Club. Wednesday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. John c. Mcllancy. B and L Club meeting with Mrs. J. T. Mickman. Town and Country Club meeting with Mr.s. C. G. Camlill. Cliapler D of p. E. O. Sisterhood will meet for a luncheon 1 Thursday Luncheon Club. Triple Table Chib meeting witr Mrs Charles ending. Mrs. Paul Jobc will entertain Club Eight. Mrs. G. E. Keck will be hostcs. to Thursday Contract Club. Woman's Club meeting will Mrs. J. A. Saliba at Saliba horn with Mrs. J. D. Earksdale us co hostess. Mrs. Ijyim Brown enterlainin Double Four Club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon and Mn Murray Smart entertaining Chap ter N—p. luncheon o'clock. A mRNTR CnOS. HIT K'llh Everett MORTON • Herbert JNDERSO* Directed by D, ROSS UDfRMAN Selected Shorls Tuesday & Wednesday FEET-Knees-FEH We are rfturninj: lo yniir cily at Hold Oleucoc. Fool and knee sufferers are InvKed to sec our new modern method For relief of C'OHNH, BUNIONS, CALLOUSES, 1'OOK CIRCULATION AN!) ARCH 'ritOURI.K. Allhoiigh our work is different from Ihe regular chiropodist we nre sure yon will he delighted ^vilh this miKt modern method. Endorsed By Government Certificate We do not recommend or sell shoes, niedtrine or surgery. Our modern nielhod gt'ts lo Ihc cause and climinales conlinued treatments. No charges made for an inlcrview, and all work is reasonably priced. Should your knees or feet he giving you trouble, make il a poinl to sec its'. Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday at Glencoe Hotel LYLE'S KNEE and FOOT SERVICE From Memphis Mrs. Charles llindimin and Mrs. Jesse While wen! to Little Hnck loday where the> r will reprcsenl tbe Sudbury school at Ihe State Parent-Teachers Convention. Mrs. While will be joined Thursday by Mrs. Dan McClean for' the Arkansas I'rcsbyterial lo b,i held | o'clock at the home of Mrs. M. O Thursday and Friday ol Ihls week. Usrey, with Mrs. Charles Lemons Mrs. White and Mrs. McClean are delegates from the first Presbyterian Church of niytlicvill, 1 . FIVE WAYS WE CAN HELP YOU ' After j-ou lave'done yoyf best to sire your I ta^and E^I. then let us belproj br: ] \ lv^c]pTn£ your engioe and clecuicil S7I. ' 2 Ip'E^Itag your tires weekly. * MalnuiniDR proper from wheel a mcnt, 4 Corrcciing possible braVc drip. . 3 Recommending lichmi sridc lub nrucular car. itcgyour tires weekly, (8f^ ™ K °^' or J°V r nruoilarcar. otiac Service ".i-> *.;*'" Service of the Not/on , -•: Cautious and careful ilriving phis I linicly care, competences re, regular j care—tncs< arc the steps to more ~: efficient car operation and longer [car life, After you have done c\cry- ; .tiling >ou can in practicing careful driving precautions; then see us, as authorized Pontiac dealers, for the help we can provide; \Vc are maintaining complete service facilities for all makes of cars in an effort to help you meet today's conditions; EAST PAYMENTS ON RIMS OF 525.00 OR MOUK OWENS SALES CO. N. Walnut Osceola, Ark. co-hostess. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Byron Morse entertaining I found a used part for my sewing machine...inthe NEW YELLOW PAGES." " ^^^ r ff •^^••^ USEOSTUDEBAHR And I found a swell portable radio m the NEW YELLOW PAGES! Look first in the NEW YELLOW PAGES of your phone book. Then make a single telephone call do the work of many—and v save yourself lime, trouble, and aimless searching. In these limes the YELLOW PAGES are more helpful than ever. They tell you who has what you want...who will lix what you want Iixed...who will buy what you have to sell. SOUTHWESTERN BELl TELEPHONE CO. Ui*d Stwd*bak«n, Ilk* n»w Stwi«bak«rt, hava no burd»n»om» •xc«H bulk. Thli mtoni no ov*rio«d on th» tir«i—no overtax on th» gal supply. n««t ownort and prlvat* owners tniHfy to' Stud*bak«r operating «conomy. Flnsst matarhrfi and troftimonihlp k««p T»pair cottt down. Demand for ui«d Stud*bak*r< It big—you can always r*i«H for a good price. You n«td no *a*cM authorization to buy a used cor. , STUDEBAKER Now building Wright Cyclone engines for the Flying Fortress — big, multiple-drive military trucks ... and other vital war materiel IlSft

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