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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 31, 1943
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BLITHEVILLE (ARK.) 1 , COURIER NEWS MONDAY/ MAY'31,-1043 Mary Johnston Engaged To Wed Billy W. Woolen Mr. *nd Mrs. Watson Johnston of ,Ntw. Albany, •Miss, ,announce the^«ncagement and approaching their daughter, Miss Johnston, to Billy son of Mr and Mrs t Bbthevllle. ^tiKj'Vedding will be solemnized June 5 'at Fajetteville, Ark. Miss Johnston, a graduate of the Gunldwn, ..Htss'i,. High SclioOl, has been employed at the AAA Office here for. the'past, two years.' Mr. Woolen, who;was graduated 1 from Blylhevllle High School, now is . in Ihe . Army Reserve Signal Corps. The young couple will live in Fsycltevllle while Mr Woolen : Is stalioned there. » ,. * • MARINE IS HONORED WITH FAREWELL-PARTY, 'Miss LaVonne Redman entertained wilh ' a surprise farewell parly nt'.lier home last night, honoring' Pvt. Billy Cullison who , Ls stationed .with the Marines on Harris Mand, S. C., and who Is spending a five-day furlough here with his family. The evening was spent Informally, with record playing the chief source of enlerlnlnment. At midnight the 14 present, went to the dining room .where supper was served by '• candlelight from a lace-draped table which held ns a centerpiece a crystal platter filled with fruits aiid vegetables carrying .out ' Ihe red, white and blue color' scheme. The patriotic motif was also carried out in the food and napkins wllh American flags placed In each tiny sandwich. Private Cullison will leave loday for his'-station with the Marines. For The Wedding-And--After iY)vl:i L MISS GILL HONORED WITH KITCHEN SHOWER 'Mrs. M. F. Brownlee Sr., and 'Miss Louise Brownlee of Dell entertained wllh n kitchen shower in Bite of News Mo«dy Personal Mrs. Robert Tlmrp and son, Bon- nniln, have returned to their home ?oo(i Planners, r{T<> Turkey or Any Day II) BKTTY MacDONALU NEA Stuff C'orrespondrnl WASHINGTON. — There Is no good reason, during wartime, why uiKTlcuti families should cling to radlllon and cat turkey meat at loiiii' only onspeclul holidays, and he . rX'parlme'nt of Agriculture Is low In the throes of developing a year-round , turkey educational campaign. This turkey - raising program, slmllur to the chicken - raising campaign, will soon be launched. John L. Lewis Plays His Hand lover -design of little ifishcs on ilir'oxvn (backcrouiul. The Jiat at brown |shlnj"atraw, thanks .to'.(he "one-color-rangc".JtIea, also serves with Ihfl bridels 'traveling ault and sliantunc.-alt-pccasion dress Pennsylvania Couple WedsAtPost Chapel A wedding of Interest here was solemnized Friday at 7 p. in. nt Ihe Army Air Field Chapel when Miss Peggy Wilson, daughler of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Wilson of Mounlsvlllc, Penn,, became Ihe bride of Lieut. Frank Maxey Jr., of Penn.. with Ihe Uev. Lancaster, Julian A. Lindscy performing Ihe riles., '"Miss* Wyneltc Shepherd, acco'm- WAAC Recruiters Coming Wednesday Gown for the wedding ceremony—and'tor.ainntripartlcs and dance: I season 'lone—; is the 'Simple- model, left, of :bro\vn organza, with »jlf-ipplique,'worn ivilh a bright-colored iflcld'Hlcwcr 'Calot. Thii honor of Miss Kathryn GUI whose k a | nly prln t d r( . ss , T i g ht, Is a two-piece model, with 'inconspicuous all- marriage lo Lieut John Stevens Jr., f ' ' will occur oh June 3 at the First Methodist Church of Dell. As HIE 30 guests which included Ihe close friends of the honoree, arrived they were presented with a card on which they were requested to wrlte^ their favorite recipes These were presented ' to the bride-elect in a recipe file. The'entertaining rooms were dec- oraled with larkspur, cornflowers and sweet peas After an evening of fames and informal entertainment the guest of: honor was' presented with her kitchen gifti, in large paper bags with a toast to her'whleh .read"To the bride to c be. may y«ur happiness ne\er end "'Miss Gill was assist« in opening the gifts by her sislcr Miss Laura Gill who will be malt of honor • in the wedding and Miss Martha Stevens, sister of Lieutenant Stevens, who .will be bride's maid. The hostesses presented the guest of honor with a waffle Iron as n special gift. Later, in Ihe evening refreshments were served, .consisting of a sandwich plate and ;cold drinks. Mrs. Brownlee and her daughter were ns^lsted in serving by Mrs. M. V F. Brownlee Jr.,, Mrs. Earl ..-Brownlee and Mrs. W E Polter. * * • BENNETTS ANNOUNCE ItlRTH OF A DAUGHTER. Mr. and Mrs: C.: B. Bennett of Blytheville announce .the birth of a daughter Friday at Walls l Hospital The baby'has been named Linda Jane and is the second child of the BennetU. Postpones Meeting Tiie Girl Scout Executive board meeting which was to have been held tonight, has been postponed according to Mrs. Glenn Lado 1 chairman. the ceremony. The Iradillohi ding music was played by Mr. Moore for the wedding march and during the rites. . The nllar, decorated in green and 'hite. formed the background for ic double ring ceremony. The bride wore a navy blue cn- :mblo wilh navy accessories. Her orsage was a single orchid. Her nly ntendnnt, (Mrs. Franklin Horon of Hope, Ark., wore ft black nd white costume wilh black ns- essories. Mrs. Horton's corsnge was f red mid white carnations. Lieut. K. Marls attended the bride- room as best man. After Ihe ceremony the bride and ridcgroom departed for an 1111- .isclosed destination where Mrs. rflnxey will- remain wilh her hus- >nnd during his advanced training. Mrs. Frank Maxey Jr., of Lnncns- er, Penn., mother of the bridegroom, was a guest. Baby "Scares" LOS ANGELES Policemen (U. : P.)-When Mrs. Alexis Camp found an aban doned baby boy deposited on he porch, together with additions clothes, bottles, nippers and a doz en diapers, she called the police who took the baby, diapers, etc., t the police station in the patro wagon, rrhere it was found th baby "needed a. change.' 1 A volun leer was called for but it was dls- 'covered all were leaving hastily for their \ieats. Only the desk sergeant kntw how to turn the trick, after which the baby was taken to a hospital. A WAAC rccrnlliufi parly com posed of Lieut. Linda Keller, com inandcr of tin? .lonesboto Recruit Ing Office and Slalf Sergt. .1. 1 Starnes will be in Illylheville Wed ncsdny lo Inlcrflew applicant fo the Women's Army Auxiliary Cor]) It was announced loday. Interviews will 1 be held betwee the of 1:30 and 4;00 p. i tenant Keller and Sergeant Stnrn will also be glad lo lalk wllh n omen who are inlcrc.stod whellii icy anticipate joining Iniincdlati or not, Ihe announcemcnl poiu 1 out. The WAAC Is open to women,' linens of the United Stales, who e between the ages of '21 and •1 years, of excellent character, id who can pass the mental and nysicnl examinations which are 10 requirements for entrance. Women enrolled will lie given ainincj for a period of lime rang!(! from four weeks lo six months fter which (hey will be assigned n Newport, Ark., after attending he funeral of their son and irothcr, Floyd Tharp, whose deal! nccm-red last week, Oilier, friend iml relatives who were here ar Erni'sl Carpenter, brother of Mrs I'hai'p, from Harrlsbuig, H',, and larold I'arkcr of Little Rock. Mrs Jack Murphy of Warden, . Mo nolher of Mrs. Tharp, will rcmal 'in 1 u.longer visit. jack lirooks, former manager .c .he local, lelcphone exchange, ha nrrlvcd here from St. Louis whcr he will return Wednesday with hi fiunlly to make tlieir home then Mr. rshooks recently went to S I.ouls to accept n new position will Hie Southwestern Bell Telcphon Company,. Miss BsivlKivsi WhlLtlc of Mem phis Is.the KlicLs of Miss Prances ahouse. . lilciil. Joe lilcdsoc of Tampa, Tin., is the guest of the Rev. .ami Mrs. O. -.I. Chii.staln. Lieutenant, lUcilsoe was formerly ' wllh 'the Hlylhcvlllc Army Air Field. Mrs. 'It..l,..I,add of Flint. Mich,, Is the Kiirst.or her grandmother, Mrs. Maltie Alien and oilier'relu- Mrs.' Ijuld who has beeii slung her husband nt Kcesler iclcl. Miss., accompanied Mr. .arid rs. U. J. Allen here on their ilurn from CHilfpnrt, Miss., where ley sjiciil the past 10 "days vcsl- >K- Mrs. N. J. .Ncnlof Easl. Prairie, to., hns arrived to make her home 'Ith her daughter. Mrs. George UUvell and family. Miss Nancy Hughes who.has beer tlending Brencau College, Gaines illc, GIL, :urived'this morning l< pcnd a few days wllh lier parents Ir. nnd Mrs. Ross D. Hughes. Mis Inches will go to' 'Memphis We'd icsday morning where she will at cud Summer school at Southwest (rn College. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose, Mrs.' I. G. Rose and MLss Kallicrtne Rose, vent lo (Memphis today where they vill meet Richard Rose who alend- Tennessee " Military Institute, Swcciwafer. Tcnn.,"this year. Mrs. . Stelln Childress of Paragould, spent the weekend here as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. George Lixme, nnd Coriwral Leone of the Blylheville Army Air Field. W. B. McMullln. Who was stritik.- en ill Saturday night, was rcinWy'- cd to the Blythevillc Hospital Sim- day. Ills condition this L moniing was' improved. Propci In l key ranges, separation of 'unili:r-piivlleged" jwulls, prevention «f overcrowded "IIOUSUB" conditions will be stressed In literature to lutkey farmers. . CONSERVATION NOTE Brewers and distillers arc making a fairly sizable contribution to the live slock fend problems by turning over some 300,000 Ions of spent dried grains to catlle wen. liypro- ducIs of the fermentation Industries contain liberal quantities of proteins, and some, with yeast content, arc valuable vitamin H sources. CAItKY-OUTS OUT? Now under discussion In WPIi offices Is the problem of carry-out cases, and v/helher they should be eliminated for the duration, over 100 million are imuuilacUu'ed an- linlly Lo carry .carbonated bcver- ecs, and the designs have now ecu whittled down lo barest mln- iiuins. VViHi Ihe paper board enmity. They soon may disappear. )I)I)S 'N' ENDS TbcMC are Indications that suin- ner camps for children will have Social Calendar i record • attendance this year, as mothers take up war jobs Defense Transportation offi- 3iuls ask that • parents' do not nc- lompany' their children lo camps ihk'.ss absolutely necessai'y lo save BY PETER EDSON •• Courier News Washington Correspondent ,.... There Ls much more than meets the eye In John I,. Lewis's application to take the , United Mine Workers back Into the 'American Federation of labor, and perhnps the only man in the country who I'enlly sees all the implications Is John L. himself, who hasn't missed n trick In the last three .months of his Intricate play for the highest of stakes. , ., • .. • , Informed labor polltlcans who keep close Irack of the • Involved Ins- and- ouls of the later'move- ment see in this latest Lewis'move Ihe boldest bid for power, the most spectacular card ever Ihrowii on Ihe table in the last 10 or'a dozen years. The obvious Items of significance have already been pointed out: It Is n play to strengthen Ihe hand of John L. Lewis. It is a move to make' the A. P. if L. tile dominant labor movement In the country, It offers nn .opportunity, for the retirement of William Green as president of the American Federation of Labor. An attempt has been made to build up a rose of political significance, from Ibis move,' by conclud Ing trial Lewis, opposing Roosevelt might try .to swing the A. p. o L. into tiic Republican lineup Some A. F. of L. labor leaders leai through their op wns Ix!wis who won them their rlglnal big gains. Loyal c. I. O. leaders fear and ale Lewis, and denounce hiw blt- eily, But If other of Ihe original I. O. unions should decide to ollow Lewis and the Mine Work- rs back Into the A. P. of L., the I. O. might be seriously^'weak- tied. It might conceivably develop hat the A. F. of 1;. would emerge 'Ith u ' " -••••• nlllion nance. That way nlso might lie ventunl labor organic unity and icacc. With n throne at the .top esi'i'ved for "|>eaccinaker" John L. Lewis, of course. linppy 'lion* he had belter work " , Attend Rites Here Oui-of-lown people, here, for the funeral of Mrs. I'. H. Culler, who died '''.suddenly 'a^ .'JicrMiomc, loop West Cherry street, fa'sl 1 Thursday.'. night and' funeral was- held • at 10KX) -.o'clock -SaUH'dajT' -moining ... . from the., P.romlsed. L,antl .Melluid- ''' ' . .. , ist 'Oiurciir'wci'e:' hei' Joe membership of sonic--' ten members', giving It dom- Wives' Wartime Morale Requires Some Recreation Jonakln and 'Mrs.» Joiiakln'j of St. Louis, Mrs: ' John WOodfin, - a . .sbi- Icr from Uinoh Gity, 'Tchnvwlth Mr. Woodfin; "MKiftid Mrs. H, H. Cutler of>ifa<*5«!f, Miis., '.Mr. '111111 Mrs. C. D>-Vau61m -of I'nragould; Mr. and Mrs.'t Sid'IGilhert of :PnVa- gould.' Mrs. Hornbcrger, Manlln;. Mrs. Essie Heflin, L'ovlngton, Tenn., Mr. -.and:.',Mrs r .., Frank:. ,seay .ixuil children 'm Meniphis ''mid Mrs. Black Gordon of. Hbulka/, Miss., all relatives of the jdJKSc'aE^l! ' - ; , ' ' ' ' ' ' ' • • travel spnce Check those :lroji.s'!n meat prices around June 1; 'beef -and veal should ho reduced ubpul three cents pmk down lour cents . . .Because of the shortage in traiussiorliUion facilities householders arc asked to order tliulr - conl supply now . Due to lack • of dye fashion experts are urged to design smaller prints, spaced farther bacgrounds. apart on lighter o duties taking tho place of men ho cini be released for front-line uly. Read Courier News wnnt ads. Keeping Up With The Men In Service \V. R. Friend,' brother of ,1. P Friend, Is now n scnmnn 1/c .lo cntccl ill Onliii, Hnwnil. Lodge Meets Tonight Chickasawbn Lodge No. 134 F. nnd A. M., will meet tonight at the Masonic Hall. Special work will be given in the E. A. degree. At The Hospitab Rlythcyillc Hospital Emitted— ' i :, W. H.,MeMulHii, city. ; Mrs. Odls, city. Eula Mac-Morris, Manila. . Dismissed—. Izell: Jackson.. Armorcl. Walk Hospital Admlllcd— • • i Mrs. Leo Bush, • Osceoln. lliislcr Chism, Osceola. ', I Hsrmani Cliism.' Osceola. Marvin. Denbow. Ucll. . : Li.'. E, .Rlgshis, city: Pntrlcln Ann.Hurley..City. Atvs. Leonard Eugene Boxx, Osce- .Jis'mlssed— ' ' ' ' Shirley Mne Bush, Osceola. M'IK.'.W! ~C. 'Colston, cily.~ Mrs. Kate Flippo, city. Mrs. C. B. Bennett and baby. city. Mrs. Louis iLnasfovd and baby Liixpra. 'Eugene Casey, Steelc, Mo. Mrs. J. H. McDowell, city. IMrs. A. M. Kluzek and baby City: ' •'Memphis 'Baptist Hospital Admitted—. iMrs. John Barlow, Lenchville. Mrs. J. E. Johnston,' city. James Mimta, Osceola, Mrs. C. H. Hatnniock, Etowah. Memphis Methodist HtKpiUI Admitted- Marl LouisS Ashmorc, Osceola. L«e Ilace Funderbiirks, Caruthers- ille.-Mo. tlial way posllion lo Ihe Wagner act ; an the belief that the fc. I. O. h« teen elven more - -ndrnfnfytrnfliui suj)|K)rl. Hut iJjwis tried' lo Mead Ihe C. I. O. iulo the O. O. P. cnini) in 1940. He fulled, nnd it is 1 doubtful If he would try to Moses a second flls-ht of;.0iis v ehildren,inlo an unknown promised liuul >'<>(• politics.- OPPORTUNITY TO :. CLEAN HOUSE The rcitl iBiiidcnnce .-of -the Lewis move bnck inlo Hie A. P.-ot.'L. Ls really twofold: '. • 1. This ninrks Ihe renewal of wnrfare between-Lewis and Ihe C. I. O. 2.H pi-esciiLs Hie opportuiilty to clean house and get rid of. Ihe nue of racketeering:labor lenders who have dntlered • up. the A. F. of L. directorate for years. With regard to this .second point It, has been generally • forgotten that the .tremendously strong'Ma- By ItllTII MII.I.E'rr , We've Iwcn sold on the idea'thai Hie service man needs some recreation for the good of his nior- iile. Now • what about Mama. She Is ^olng to need somelhing for a change of pace this summer. Added to the job of kqenlng ft IIOHSO, bringing up n family and doing : volunteer wnr work, Mama will lie Inking on. the extra work of a Victory Cinrdcn and canning what comes out of it. This is no easy assignment. Mama won't squawk. She never does when it becomes necessary for her o do extra work. Hut she Is jotmd lo find Ihe going hard ilur- ng Ihe hoi summer months. Can't husbands make a real effort to see that Mama's morale Is roosted by some social life. Maybe it will be enough if the man of the house lakes Mama oiiU dinner occasionally. Or it mny be necessary for him to stay at home with the children while she goes lo a movie without him. It may even mean that Papa won't be able to count on his day off as a day of rest, but will have lo spend IL.holpiny Mama with the canning or wilh the heavy house- clcanina. so Ihnt.lhey both can enjoy a few hours of leisure. 13ut no mailer what he has to do lo give her. a little lime for herself, Papa ought to see that Mama does get n little time off. ' •': CARD OK THANKS We would like ^o 'lake, Ihlst'op- _, portunlty lo cxteiid' our ' sincere thanks lo our friends^ who were so kind lo us ln;-'o.i*"'K¥P,»t Berwi'yc-: ment. The floral oftciltigs were-'' beautiful. Thank you each and every pile. /..i\' •'.<>-• ,••.•, '; Mrs,.Floyd-Tharpe,' wife Beverly Jean U'harpoii.daiiBhtciv Save Fats To • -••'-Thc.: : '•••'"" AXIS! chinlsts' Union has signified its desire, to-withdraw Scorn the A. F; of L. and Ls now condudling a l»ll of iUs membership on this question. The poll will be coniplcled within ; the next few..week'.. .While Ihe result is problematical, the underlying reason for the machinists' desire to withdraw lias been, dissatisfaction with Ihc'leadership in other-A. F. of L. unions and the f Floo'ded Out, They Redd and Smokej Rex* Courier News Want Adi. SPECIAL SHOPPERS' LUWHEOK TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Murray Smart will be hostess lo Tuesday JSridgc CluU. 400 Club meeting with Mrs. Ton Mabry. Mrs. Bernard Sfc-Pnrland enter latnlng the Ocln Bridge Club. Miss Mary Spain Usrey and Mrs T. p. Wright cnterlnining nt th Usrey home in honor of Mrs. Kn vaiiiiugh Francis and Mrs. Jolv Ben Bomar. Bi-Oilonlhly Bridge Club incotln will! Mrs. M. o. aootTvvln. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Hmwood Cemelcry j\ssociatlo ecllng 2:30 p. in. wilh Mrs. Co Shane. Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger enter- tnlng, Town and Country Club. D.C. Club meeting with Mrs. J. ^arris Mcalla. Mrs. V. G. Holland will be lios- ss to Wednesday Contract Club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Rupert Crnfton enterlain- ig Club Eight . Double l\nir Clnh meeting with lirs. Ira Crawford. Triple Table Club will meet wi'.li Irs. Otlo Scrape. Mrs. A. G. Ultlc ciiterlainlng he Tliursdny Luncheon Club. FHIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Fred Bean will entertain the C. B. C.' Club. Mrs. T. W. Jefferics and Mrs. J Frank Tomlinson entertaining will a bridge luncheon in honor of Miss Eslelle Gill of Comvay. Wholesome- food, delldously prepared. Fresh vegetables dally—best meat cuts Hotel" Noble r , ^Coffee Sh6p Read Courier News want »<U. i Calmly accepting their share o[ Hie world's many troubles, Char- 'lolle Tolar anrt her mother relax -with pipe and book nt Torre Haute,! Ind,, evacuation center after being flooded out ot their home byj *-*>Wahflcli vivflr ntrprflow. ^ "* ' ™ ' river overflow, Visitors On Program CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., May 29 -•Members of the Gideon Kiwanis _tlub presented Ihe program at he regular meeting of the Caruth- Tsville Kiwanis Club, Wednesday light, with Rev. Tom O .Roxle. Gideon Methodist minister, being he principal speaker. qucstibnnblc'- policies ''which' : they hiivccbunleiianced 'and.- encouraged; New blood in Ihe A.'F. 'of L. ex- eculivc committee' and : n 'dominant leadership such as Lewis might coulribule.'conld go far iii strcnglU- cning tlio loose organization • from which'Hie'United Mine Workers withdrew .back .hi, 19V.starling the original split In/Ihe. U. S. labor movement. MANY LOYAI, TO LEWIS , Warfurc. between'.Lewis — wilh Hie A. F. of L. ul his back- and e C. I. o. may become cxlremc- bitler. Some few labor leader? 11 even go so fnr as lo say Hint e reunion of. Lewis wilh the A of L. will mark the end .of the I. O. This is doubtful. What is not generally known owever, is that within the c. I leadership* .there is a- stron ement which is slill loyal Jo Join .Lewis, the man[who folmded thei .ovcment and set theni up In bn ness. The older leaders hi til . A. W. have not forgotten tha MAMA CARRIES TIIK LOAD The burden of rationing, of' the o household help" silualion, and shortages falls most heaily on ama. if the family isn't to suffer, she is to work long, tiring hours. So somebody ought to see .that ic gets a chance to take it easy ice in a while. Nobody is going o—unless it's Papa. That Is why Mama's mor.ale. is Ls, problem. And if he wanls^a' Woodmen Will Meet Woodmen of Ihe World will meet Tuesday night 7:30 at the Hall 5th and Main, for drill nnd lodge There will also be initiation ot candidates. England, logelher wilh Scotlant and Wales, has approximately 500C miles of coastline to defend againsi invasion. Soothe itch o! nimplo rMh(t< with «„,„,., POWDER FOR 'ormerljr M«iic*u FAMILY .USE dia^rrwb v bc«trMb FACTORY DERMATITIS EASE ITCHING-BURKINA Soothe with RntisepticBlack and Whi Ointment. Use only as dircc'ol. Cksnso with.Black and White Skin Sosp. BLACK «o WHITE WHO DUNNIT? inm'FAT£E6*-J£EBIES'!\ The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COLD RAY, the nuflcrn, sclen- lific wave. No heat—No machines. Drop in Ior details. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M B. First FhMM 2532 THEY SCRAM. -p* •*^A BIT PETROLEUM JEILVTHISWAY ' Morfilinft betwttin thumh lingor. Sprrftd slowly apart. p, lihrra p rove A I i>ro!i tic's , and chutiug. itc, triple uize, S'V G G E S T E D B T AVOID WASTE Scrape up all the loose shortening or residue that may have fallen on the table or utensil. Put it back ior use at another time. Bake Better With No Shortening With SHIBLEYS Best Flour !—ItV Oven'Testedn Continuous Showi . Every: Day ' ••.••-, " Box Of Bee Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 . . V.USTEN TO KLCN ,..... ja.-.' -12:45'p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today , . 'White Cargo' Announcing Opening of Memorial Park Cemetery Choice Lots Available For Information Cull Holt Funeral Home Phone 571 with Htily; l.ainar ami, Walter' Faramo'unt News and Sport Short Tuesday & Wednesday Young and Willing with.. William i'.HoUcn Summer Clothes JEED Frequent Cleaning Everyone loves white for slimmer—and sunny pastels, and Spotless uniforms, so when picnics, bnll games, nnd excursions lake their toll, don't worry—just bring them to Nu-Wa. Complete Summer Storage Service Nil WA PHONE «i — • BIYTHEVILLE.ARK. Nigiit F.vrry Night Eictp* Satnrrtay. : Box OfTic* 1 Opens <i:45 Show' StartF 7:M ."'''.... ; " . ftmt. mi 8«m. Tiifvc : .To(lay. 'Tlie Daring Man 1 wilh 'J(i^ K. Hriiwn and CMr* '•': .. . '' DIMM Fox News and Selected Shorts Tuesday & Wednesday.

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