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__WEDNESDAY. APRIL .l.^.104;} BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Da vis of Food Miss Elizabeth Hamron ' Bride Of J. B. Corbet I Miss Elizabeth Harrison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. u. p. Harrison ot Ulylhcville was married to J. H. Corbelt of Memphis, son or Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Corljt'tl of Dinrk «otk, Ark, Tuesday morning 10 o'elork at the home of the bridegroom's sister. Mrs, Von C. Million and Mr. Mullen. The Hcv. George W. Archer, liaslor of the Second l)a|>tlsl Church performed (lie double ring ceremony. .The bride wore a tailored suli of rase beige v;ilh a deep rosj blouse. Her hnl was of rose willi gloves to mulch. She wore :i shoulder corsngc of ]>Iiik cnrnulioiis and sweet peas. British tun shoes and purse completed her costume. Miss Evelyn Harrison, the bride's sister was her only attendant, she wore, a blue crepe dross with blue and white accessories. Her corsage was of pink and white sweet peas. The bride was reared in Hlythc- ville, attended the city schools and for the past few years has been SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON bookkeeiJer I.auiidrv for the niythcvDle The bridegroom was [jradimled from the Black Rock High School in 1S140 and lor the past three years has made his home here with his sister, Mrs. Mullen and Mr. Mullen. He is employed ut DuPont Ordnance Plant at Memphis. Only immediate members ot both families were present for the ceremony. The only out-of-town jjuest was the bridegroom's mother. Mrs. J. A. Corljett of Blnck Rock. Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Mullen entertained with a luncheon for the wedding party aj,.their home after which the bride ami bridegroom left for their nc\v home In Memphis. Mrs. W. L. Homer Elected Junior Senior PTA Mead W. L. Homer elected president of tile Junior-Senior Parent Teacher Association yesterday afternoon, when tho regular bust- lies* and program meeting \vashcld nl the high ichon! auditorium. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Chester C.ildwcll, first vice president; Mrs. Lanier Reed, second vice president; Mrs. F. A. Black, treasurer mid Mis. E. H. Wooclson, secretary. .W. J. Rancy. deputy sheriff in charge of criminal work' in Mis- .sis£i|j|)i County was guest, speaker. His t«)k dealt with "Duties of Lav Enforcement Officers ami Their Work in Crime Prevention." Tlic senior high glee club, under Hie. direction or Miss Carolyn Holey, snug two selections, "'Star Dust" and "Smoke Gels in Your Eyes" by Cule Porter. Awards were given to Miss Ellz- nbclh MeHenrys room for the most mothers present for senior high, Miss Monln Hughes and Pete Craig for junior high. ft S ft JOAN MATHENY HAS IIIKTHIMY 1'AUTY Joan Matlieny celebrated her lolh blrDidiiy yesterday afternoon by entertaining 10 of her frienls. Oame.5 were plnyed nnd candy wals givm as prizes to the winners. Birthday cnke and ice cream was .served for refreshments. V * c OCTA CLUI! HAS (iliEST FOR MEETING Mrs. H. R. Echmuck entertained 'IV.vf: MaKhew 20:38-16; John 18;10-u M WIUIAM K. GILKOY, I). 1). Kilifor of Advaiifc oli-.inec contrasts that Scripture reveals, particularly in the Oosuel records. | s c-iniihnslzed when one compares this lesson with the one llint preceded it. The experience of Peter, James and John in tile Jcsl , s , s r . uls . lifiured before Ihem and they were mnde to realize 'all His granduer and he glory of His divinity, was quickly followed by (lie experience or the same Hire? disciples In the garden of CJcllisemaiie. ivhore they were to observe and sliare the agony of the hu,,,nn Clirlst in the last bitter struggle before He went to the Crow. In both |i, e sp experiences it might be said (Ha|. in some - degwe the disciples failed, although the mean- nig 01 these experiences must have ? r c f" m ' lo lhcm '" lllc 'J'c'nrs it followed and must have meant, a emu deal to them in strengthening their faith and courage In days of persecution. In the • experience in the mountain they were so overwhelmed with awe that they could not quite understand what, they saw and heard. In the garden they Jailed through sheer human weakness. They were weary;, their eyes were heavy with sleep; arid- al- tliough (he Master longed evidently for ' for human , unequal to the situatio mild sympathy, they were e situation. There wns reproach in' His voice when He found (hem sleeping-. He snid Could ye not watch one hour?" Tincejigau, they fell a.sleep, and the Cctn Club ycsferday ! 'ifiehiooji « in > Mrs. C. B. Dowdy tile only In the bridge games high score was awarded to Mrs. Guy Rogers ,U, »ic tli rd time the reproncj.1 wn "en deei)er. "Sleep on now nml take your rest. Behold, the hour Is nt hand, and Ihe Son of mini is betrayed Into the hands of sln- The failure or Peter. Jarnc.-; nd u? |!' " te ,• lr - vl " B «'fis dliferent from the belraval Judas. Human weakness is one l"e. but human | Wr rirty „,„! tieacliery iue i,ulto iinollier the rl " h Mow mud, bcllci , Hp Ulu , crs , , llmlojs » imi »| a " cy llmlojs » in How much belter He under- our- mm. w s V'»P»thcltc He Is with mnon weakness, But what, strength He can give lo UIOSB who .feel tholr 1 " 11 to , , «'H M 1 , 11 ' 1 ,"' 0 "° "'"embers the which Pmil said came to htm- With sadnes.s one realizes (hat the Master went to the last tragedy of Gel isemnne witli .no iiunuin hand Jo help nnd ' . no human word ' lho Inst to f ' - ' *•"'• »"-!V .MU,1U1( fulfillment or His misslo: that liour there came tl, c — T -n from above that enabled mi o say. even though He prayed ii". !'°, Cllp : " i!Jlu : p!>ss ' "Neverlhe- 1 will, but ns thou Octlucniane.s we, loo' - deserted by our fellowmen' friends may fnll ( 0 understand. But in our Octlisonianes we nave One who Jins suffered who understands. less, not will." In life's ma v | Even nnd Biie.st. Spring riDwers were used Ihrongh- mct the front rooms of the Schmuck home for decoration. The hostess scned a salnri plate and cold drinks for refreshments. * - » N. n. cunt TWO CUKSTS 'r' 4 lvi ;! Ha . rrls W(ls 11<x ««« f G. N. B. club yesterday nffer- ioon at her home when she also Mrs. Robert tiiiesls. and as special thr the Weedinn wns • decorations throughout Hie entertaining rooms and in men?" " ^"^ for "^h- ' Mrs H. c. Blnnkcnship- was awarded tlic bunco prize M™ Do, P P nVi ^ Wns l!lgn «'«' Mr.,.' Bon Edwards was low. '•*••»••••:• • ' . . ' SIRS. TRIESCIIMANN HAS TfJESIUV IIRH)OK CLUB Mrs. joe Tricsclimaim was hostess o he niesday Bridge Club yester tJHV fl I \\nr~ !,„..,_ _. -,, « . • ^ with Joe h ( ' Hughes the only guest ..... Japonica was used ' throughout ? B In tile bridge games was awarded to Mrs. tained ~ rc Lloyd Slickmon servcrt ' 12C5 Holly St. •Games were played with Kay Hmdman and Heard Wylic winning mites, taster decorations were used on llie (able and refreshments ciir- « ryiiif? served out the same MRS. ALBKRT TAYLOR "' Spring ilowcr.s were used throuph- out Die home of Mrs. Albert K laylor when she enlerlaliied mem' night ° f "' C D °" bl - °- Clllb Inst MtM Virginia -Little was awarded ell score prize i,, the bridge and Mrs. J. Fun-is McCnila won second high. Tile ho.5te.ss served n dessert course with cold drinks for refresh- 4M CLUB MEK'i'S " HOKI-MAN. . All members were present W |,cn Mr.s. Herman Hoflnwn entertained members of the 400 Clulj yesterday afternoon at her home 'High score wns awarded to Mrs Prank Brown, with second hi B h to AI1 a sandwich Bits of News Mostly Penonal s. Jerry Mcnrn. hostess served HAS RIRTIIDAY' ' I'AKTV SAruRDAY h birthday h a parly ! Skill in Sowing Prevents i\\^ste of Precious Seed celebi*ted after- Take Time, and Great C»re fc Sowi Seeds (o AvoH Wute. Most Victory Garden seeds must :bc sown by band. Unless ,1 row is • more than 50 feet long it does not Ipny to use a mechanical seeder :cvfm where one is available. . Sowing small seeds by hand Is : simple—just tear a corner oil the [packet, and hold it so ono finger :can tap, lap, tap and shake the • seeds out to fall in the drill. ! But unless this simple feat is pcr- i formed w ilh care and skill, halt of 'Jour, seed may be wasted by sow,i«K too thickly. Secit is not loo ; plentiful in these war times, and it , will pay you n-ctt to take, great care ; to avoid wasting il. .'• This is a job you can afford <o ,hcnd down to. A crouch which i brings your hand close to Uic open ; drill is the best position. Lei the jlino which wns i, 5ci j ( 0 mark . |j, c ; row stay strelchcd wnlil the seeds are sown, and hold l),e packet close i to the line, so the seeds will fall in ithe right place. Then, even it the job gels a bit tedious, space the seeds evenly and ; thinly. Small seeds should not be thicker than fifteen to an inch. It : helps a !iltle with the very small ones, to mix the seeds with dry sand before you begin to sow, using • two or three limes as much aand ;ss seed. This spreads the seeds 'out better. targe seeds, big enough (o grasp between your , fingers, should be Placed individually, spaced so that eacii plant can develop without crowding. Yon always sow more seeds lhan you expect to grow even though Ihe germination is 100 percent, ihere are many hazards which mar cause a plant to die in infancy, "ich as frost, drouth, disease, or Aiding. But too many gardeners smalt fraction of the plants" can • nrii "' a , nd . tht y "Hen crowd so ffing'dUnc'uir^ 3nd mSk9 . is ^wmely im- t, that is covering the seeds and firming Ihc soil above them. Cover the small seeds lightly, by' raking soil over them. Larger seeds are covered hiore deeply, »nd m both cases the toil should be' firmed to bring the seeds in can-. lact wilh the soil, and exclude air pockets, so that the seeds may «bJ sorb moisture nnd the first rootlcU take up food. , But rememljeT firming goes not mean pounding; and do not firm m.olft soil, too . compactly, Jui* enough pressure to force out tip, andflll up the hollows i» needed.' —' '"-A • v.v* II ,->illl plate nnd cold drinks at Ihe on of the games. N6ws~6TwAACs, WAVES_and. SPARS Aux. Gertrude Elizabeth Allen 'of Joiner, has completed basic training at Rrst women's Army Auxiliary Corps Trnining Center nt Port Des Moims. la., and has been selected for specialist training in n Motor Transport School. Recently accepted for enlistment In the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and awaiting call are Flossie Mae Nash, daughter of M r and Mrs, W. M. Nash of Lnxora, Opal I. Lindsay of Blylhcvlllc, and Mrs Ej-nestlne Reetier of steele. Mo Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS : Mrs. Byron Jforsp entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club Triple Table Club meeting with Airs. Charles Gadlng. Mrs. Paul Jobc will entertain Club Eight. Mrs. G. E. Keck will be hostess to Thursday Contract Club. Woman 1 * Club meeting with Mrs. J. A. Saliba at Sallba home with Mrs. J. D. Barksdale ns co- hostess. Mrs. Lynn Brown entertaining Double Four Club FRIDAY'S ' EVENTS Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon and Mrs Murray Smart entertaining chnp- ler N-p. E .O. Sislerhood with luncheon at Stickmon Jiome 12 o'clock. Grows lUirls fur I'lpi-s SAN FRANCISCO (UP)-Ca)i- fornin Ls making a new slfort to keep the "home pipe.s" bnrnlii» during the war. With the foreign supply of briarwood cut off for Uie durtitlon, California is growing Manzanita burls that make a very fair subslitulc for a brinrwood pipe. Ueul. is.(!,) Osiw FeiuhYr lefi yo.-ileidfty for Norfolk. Vn., nflor illnif n 24-hour leave with hi iwcnls. Mr. and Mrs. A. FVnd- Icr oi ^Innlln. Robert Lancashire who » Ki'iilucky Milllnry inMllulo, M,,r- don, K;;., Is spending the Sprint, holidnys wllli his parents, Mr. niu r Mrs. E, n. l.ancnshlre and fnmllv Mis. C. W. Aftllck roHnnod yt'S- H-rdiiy from charlolle, N. C., where she vislled her mother. Mrs T. 11 Piemons nnd from Clm|)*l Hill where she vislled her ilnughler Miss Mary Jean who nllelids (be university there. Mr.s. o. Shonyo has relumed from it week's visit with relalivcs In Texas, Mrs. J. If. H.iniicll of Wai-dell. Mo.. KiH'iit Monday lici-e with friends. Miss Delsle Stewart, attended the funeral of lier noplicw yesterday in Slcele, Mo. Mi-., nnd Mrs. I'hul Loflln of amnesville. On., -tire visiting Mr. l-oilln'.s p'nrenls, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. !'. Ixiflin and sister. Mrs. Ireno Wallace. M,. 1,0/11,1 w in |j<, |, 1( |i lc (e,i into the Army April 20. Mrs. Oln J3ob llnrlry hiis r«tur»- I from Kansas City, Mo., where she spent a iveek ns the giiMt of Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Owen. Mrs. A. ij. Waters of Enst St. lx)uls, ill., is Ihc Kiicst of Mr.s. Clcorsjc Slllwell and Mrs. D. C. Freeman nnd their families. Mr.s. Claud Waters of East Rt, Louis, III., is visiting her father. Thomas Boyles. Mr. and Mrs.'j, W. Under of Ul- bourn, Mo., spent ' ycslcrdny In niylhcvllle. Cor)). Henry .O. Mllory Jr., son of Mrs. H. O. Mucry St.. arrived Insl night lo spend n 30-day fnr- ioiiRh with his inolher nnd oilier iclnllves. Corporal Muery, who has jeen in San Diego, Calif., for the inst Iwo weeks, hn.s Just returned 'ram Qnadnlcanal, where he was vllh the Marine Corps. Lieut. <s. u.) Oscar Fendler, who :as been slnlloned nt New Oi-leans, elt yesterday afternoon for Nor- lolk, Vn., nrtcr n brief visit with Us parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Fender of Manila, and with friends lere. He was accompanied by Mrs. I. 1C. Smith of Whentley, who will 'isit a daughter in Washington'. -J. C.; Mr.s. James H. Bell, who will )e yuest of her staler, Mrs. Joslnh r oi t and family (here; Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich nnd Mrs. Charles Rosa, vho will IK uuesls or Miss Rose' Lou Cooke, who recently ncccpli'd e. position as secrclary lo Rep E c Gntlilnss. Mrs. Geoffrey Wllloughby ol Milwaukee. Wis., will arrive loiuorrow afternoon to spend several weeks with First Lieutenant Willoughby, public relations officer of Blylhe- ville Army Air Field. They will be nl Ihc home or Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Illgglnson. Mrs, Howard Dobbs oi Atlnnln, Ga., is the giiest of Lieiilcnunt Dobbs, lecnl courls and board ofil- cer of .Blythcvlllc Army Air Field. She Ls nt Hotel Noble.. Rny Worthlnglon hns returned from Plttsburgli, Knns., where lie visited his daughter, Mrs. Ilermon Cnrlton, nnd Second Lieutcnnnt Cnrlton for several <lnj's, He was accompanied (here by Mrs. Worlhlng- lon who remained for a longer slay George W. Bnrhnm left this nl- ternoo;) for Texnrknria where lie will attend to business tor several days. Mrs. Robert T. Holt left Sunday to join her busbnnd, Lieutenant Holt who is slnlioned nt Cohimbln, S. C. Cliesler Davis, new food »dniin- islriilor, gets set to tackle his llrsl Joli of selling up a "land uriny" lo nicl in form producUon. Keeping Up With The Men In Service rt. 'lluirman 'linker, son of M"r and Mrs, H. u. Tinker, who wns "dueled into the Army in March, Is now stationed at Lowlon. Wash Mis brother. Corp. Tlionms Tinker is nl Keurn.s Field Utah. Second" Lieut, i,. E. old Jr., has Deen iiMlgncd lor duty at tlie In- fnnii-y Replacement Confer, Cnnll) lloberls, Calif. Ernest Willis Ha (ties of nlythc- vllle and Sterling Mansfield or CXscfoln, stiitloncd ai. Mlllington, lenn., hnvc been promoted lo seaman first clnss, according lo Ca.pt, J. Crontn, comiunndlng ol fleer of (lie Niivnl «lr stfltlon there. tnilcl James Ncy Hunt, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Ncy Hunt, Is a mem- ier or a class of student officers mil iivlntloii ciidets to be BiRdual- «1 soon from Ihe Ah Force Advanced Flylue School dt Stockton Field, Ciilif. Ucfoj-c entwine the finnl nml ulvnnceil course nt Stockton Held Cadet, Hunt completed ig weeks or >rlumry nnd bnslo training lit Dos 1'nlos, and Lcinoore, Calif. He allendeil Texas Tech., nl Lubbock, Texiis. nnd Arkin««s Slntc olleye, nt Joncsboro. Vliss Sallie Mathis Sings With Judson College Choir Miss Snilie Muthis. dniUjhlcr of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. N. Mathis of Blylhcvllle. Ls a member of the Judson Collcye olcc Club and a Cupelln chapel choir, which pro- Denied n scries of concerts and services at Maxwell Field, Montgomery, Ala., and which will be heard in its Spring concert at Jud- SQII College, Marion, Aln,, April IG Mrs. lioowwlt, buck In Washington ntlov n tllp to the west const (Jives n lew hinis-or n,e [)n rl s | l( , Mtcvcn American youth should nlny In Ihe world of tho future. . , . . 'flu- First UiUy proposes llmt nil boys and girls' bi> compelled to BIN: one ycnr of their lives to tliclr country ntlee (lie war "1 iicrsoimlly think," says Mrs •-- Itooxci'Cll, "llmt everyone should have some trulnlnii in public service. I!enll?nlioii of ubllCiilloiw (o ii comimiiiKy i s noi hnvinfiil to iinyoiic, l know u Wou [,j j mvo (j Coll Boot! for me," she ixrtils. Mrs. Roosevelt—formerly opposed to milHiiiy tralulni; tor yolllh In limes or pence—now feels thai It is ni'Cf.ssary for mture security, However, her proposed yenv of sei-vlce would Include linlnlnc In non-military mnllcrs ns well. "It might Include building n swimming pool or making n badly needed survey of heitltli conditions in (he community," csuKiliied (be 11ml Liify. There niv sltfns of branlcnliH'. Ihc dctds of service for ihc WAVES. Mi's. Jnincs vi fan-restol — the WAVES' civllhur ndvlsor— u>nor(.« from London thai »lu> Is studying Hie duties of their British coun- leruiirt-llie \VHKN5. The wife or Ilio iindersccrclnry or the Nftvy Is doliia this with Ilio Idea Hint the WAVV39 may. i-vim- Uinlly be allowed lo serve over- sens ns the WKENS do-lo say liolhlilK of our WAACs who linvi cut such n Awnllie In rtoiih Africa. * ' * * Bpeaklng of.cnttlnt n swntlie Jilngs to mind the wonderful work Mrs. Evn Hogeinnn is doing tor the wiir elrort tit inensunlvlUe, N. V. Mrs. Heseintin, unlil lour monlhs niw wiis doing her bit by knlttlnu Kwenters for sailors. One day she 'ell she should do more. She beloved (lint her experience ns n lomier owner ot : ii drupu'iy shop In New York could be ullllMd nore extensively. llcltig.n resourceful person, with n live lntere.it In current events, she soon lohrnetl that L-nmonlliiftc lets were needed to conceal from ,he enemy the weiinons and In- .liillnUons of our firmed sol-vices. She ulflo learned tlml niiinv or .he nets nre Iniide from webbed ration fabrics produced by coii- •crled Ince ructorlcs. In no lime nl nil, n bit or ex- Jciimenllng by Mrs, Heiieninh re.- Millcd In development ol a secri-l iroccss for the rubrics to- Bcllier. Serins ot dcnioiistintloas before j'onncctlcul contraclots brought irompl orders. Mrs. liegeman set up shop In a 1000 stpwre foot plant In Pleastvnt- vllle, not fur from her home. And she luvncil out nets so rapidly hat, additional contracts were filed mmcdlalcly. , Now, Mrs. IleRCninn line movc'd her nrowlng project to n Incucr, 22,000 situarc loot factory. I Says the woman fabrlculor: i "We're ahead of schedule on our contracts, and will begin work on 1944 contracts soon." And she ndtls, with modest pride; "We've IICPII told Hint we nre JDiitilng elglil iicr will of all die Army's I'mnounnite nets," Mrs, JleKciinii) \n not canleiit wllli llmt .line thowlnn, though. linllior, she is ilotei'iiilned lo win the Army. Nuvy "E" asvurd by June in IIIT Jinn niul conndcnt voice she declines: "We've xol to iinike 2000 nets a week, ll'.s my contribution to the Invasion of Holy." ; . • Recruiter To Seek For WAACS S. Bern I. J. 11, Hiflines, WAAO VcoriiUliiK lepresontatlvc, will bu In nlythevllln, at i HID eotullioii'ic Thursday to recruit, WAACs Thii'WAACs nre In need of worn. i>n between the UK en or 21 to mnriled or , but no children muter tliu a«c or H. Women enrolltnn In the WAAC:i now nre n'lli'vlni: I'hulble men for coinbiit sorvlco. Miss Delia 1'iirilc, civilian re- iltliiK rciin.'.wntallvc for tin WAACs, will (jlvi- any intcrestrd innii other Jiiformatlon, It ha. been iinnounml. Seek Negro Women ., For WAAC Service* ' the i 44 - n Joining the Women's Army »ry Corps «ci bo Jntevd at" ;„ . B Cll " 1( :li Oft Ash street licre Wcdsesday si 3 p m.ll was nimounccd today by staff Bergt Jesse H. Starnei wlio b In charge" of the Atmy iccniltlng station at. .loiiosboro. , Sergeant Slames said lbat> the- n|>|))icniii.i will be Interviewed by n Negro WAA3 officer, first Lieut." iluili A. Lucius ginduute of Tuske- ' gee institute The otflcw will dls-' irlbulc application blanks, admin-" BUT the meiilnl alcilncss test aiid- wlll arrange travel foi omollets' to Me diali let quilting (tficfe in' I'lttlo Hock. Five More Knlist , In Naval Renerve The local Nuvy reci-iilllng- slallon imiwtmml twtiiy (lint five yomiR m<in from this .suction hnvc been ll to Little Ruck for enlistment In thi> Naval Itcsrrve. They ivciv: Jmnes Cleveland Cole, son or Mrs. Mur^lo I, cole nnil EIIIMI. Glinrllc Spi-ticcr, BOH of Mr. iiiul Mrs, a. w. spencer, both of Blytlnn'lllr; I'liiiiklc Clrcoti of Uiichvllle; Wesley Ucnry Edvvnrtls of Mnnlln, njid Amlrcw Joyce Wll- wn of Tyler, Mn, Writes From Africa i'l'l. ihirlu.'i 1C. well, somewhere nocorrtliiR to it I'mvdl Is safe anil In North Africa received by Ills sister, Mrs. Clyde This is the thai, R > c r nom iTlvnlt! Powell s!iu:o Octolier '29. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Wnlmul C.lc,m«|_Am! You'll Jump Out .[ Hnl in the Morning Hirin' la CD TIiP HVIT nlinuM nniir out nljoul 2 pint. o( .0 »1, u I,, ,, y,,ur l,,i«l» ov.-ry ,l»y. 11 .hL, I; In ll tinl llov^nx li,,-l>-, ymir fo.nl Inny injl illKrtl. It tuny (nit llorny [„ «,» Iw^l./rlwri ",? l ,' l °. M " U| ' >'°'. lr Dln "'» t| i- -V«n ««l con "°" • a< ""' i Ti U '?!;i"','' IM ' 0 '»">'''. «W Cnrlni'i. Lithe J.ITOJ- I'Uln In KOI (I.-™ 2 ,,lnl« „( Ml,, MowInt: Im-ly In ,„„],„ yol , (,,.| ..„,, „,„[ u J, (ft n rackmn lodiiv. Tnko n« OlrectoJ, •.llwllvu In mnkliiK Wl« l!ow (mly. Aik ' •.llwllvu In mnkliiK Wl for Larlcr'n JJHUI Hvcr y. i Mis. 10( nml 2V At The Hospital* Illytlicvillc HiHpltitl Admitted- Mrs. Mayo Hopper, city. Mr.s. Dill Newman, clly. Mrs. Joan Simpson. I,«pnnlo Dismissed— L. T. Wood, city. George Stroud, Rt. 2, city. Gordon Kenwrighl, city. \Valln Hospital Admitted- Jesse Pranks. Rt. 2, city Dismissed— R. L. Rnnlslcr, city. Memphis Baptist ITiMpllnl Admitted— J. W. Buchanan, Wilson. Kinir Sends Condolences HOLLYWOOD, Cnl. (UP)-Ar- llnir G. Bnrnw, secretary ol tlic Police Commissioner, received irerso- nal condolenres from King George of England for the death or Ms son, Pilot Officer Jnine.s Bnrnw ot Ihe HAF, who wns shot down May Rend Courier News want A BEST KNOWN MEDICINE made especially to relieve 'PERIODIC' ^^mmf^m •§• ••• ^^ ^_ iMAI *nd Its Weak, Cranky, Nervous FediMs- Take hccrt It voil, like Eotnans women and girls, have any or all of days suitor mmps.hmlSUhra.lX'ck* ss&sm • ., »"»«ins upon ittuoiis. tfann, irmngi J-yd'aE.Pinkham > s VEGETABLE COMPOUND thousands of 9/omen report bencflul There arc no barmtul oplatrs In PInV.liam's Compound —It contains nature's own roots und licrtw (forll- flea wlih Vltumln Bi). Also n nnc stomachic lonlcl Follow label <ll- i. Worth Excitingly Now Dresses To Make You 'Flower Pretty"! 7.98 to 18.50 New shirt nntl skirt fashions to give you that Gibson Girl look— smooth little anils in neat checks or monolones—trim casuals , , . Plenty oT Junior sizes! Hat 'n 1 Bag Sets A "must" for your Easier outfitf Styles to compliment every costume. 5.98-7.98-10.98 The Edyth OLADE, i-m (UPJ-A school near here piobably has ..one of the smallest enrollments on le-oid Attendance on» ilny recently uns one pupil ana ono lonelier ! 817 Continaoni Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 1:00 «.m. 12-45 pm <:» pta. I-asl Time Today 'The Cs Bow Incidenf with ! oiula «nd IK-lli Hughes Solcitcil S)iorl? Thursday nnd Friday ^M AV t( Ol^iftil Strito Piift C^tt'l S^od^lV *•• DirccicJ ly ROY VCII.UAM-NEIIX -' PioJuced b/ GEORGE WAGGNER A UNIVERSAL PICTURE -M^ I'nrninouiif Sborl SubJMti- ROXY Bargain Every Night Exctpi* Saturday. Hox- Offlcc Opens «:45 , " Show SlarU 7:M ,", lnnnij., shown Sat. tnl Smn. -• Last Time Today The Body Disappears 1 irl!h Jeffrey Lynn and Wyraan Selected Shorts Thursday and Friday ***»»,«. .'*' "i iff,, , IliMUIC Mini . Selected Sh*rt»,

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