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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 7, 1943
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~\ Bl^YTHEVILLB (ARKJ. COURIER;NEWS. •MONDAY,-JUNE 7,-1943- Sarah McCutchen L«AV« For New Orlcins Wedding Miss Sarah Lou McCutchenj whose marriage to Ensl»tf Richard Bland Logan Jr., of New Orleans, will •be solemnized Saturday night, went to that clly today where the wedding is to take place She- was -accompanied by.- her mother, 'Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, and sister, Miss Betty McCutclien, her maid of-honor, who will complete plins for the rites to be sol- cinnbcd a,t Trinity Episcopal Church where Ensign Logan's par- 'ents were married. Joining tlie'm Friday will be Mr. McCutclien; his mother, Mrs. Lucy McCutctitn of Campbell, Mo.;.- his sisters, Mrs. Marvin Bailey of Bly- tlicvillo and Mrs: A. C. Drinkwa- ler Jr., of Charleston, Mo., aiid Miss Lynctte Tucker and Miss Mary Helen 'Moore, who arc to be brides- mauls. Severn! affairs will be .given by friends of the bride-eject.following' her arrival in New Orleans where she was a sophomore at Sophie Newcoiub College during tlie past year. ' • ' Mr. and Mrs. Logan Sr., will eh- tcrlain members of ' the wedding party and 'the Immediate families with a rehearsal parly Friday night nl their home following Ensign Logan's arrival from Orange, Texas where he is stationed aboard a destroyer. : ' Mr. and Mrs. McCutchen will give n reception following the wedding. ; Because of war conditions and the brief furlough secured by Ensign Logan, plans for an Immediate marriage were made several day? ago. '.•••' Numerous affairs which Blythe- villc friends arc to,give for the bride-elect will'be planned for her first visit home from Orange where they will go Immediately following tlie wedding. P: McKEN/.IE HONORED AT A DINNER lAST NIGHT Corp. William McKinzle of Chan ut« Field, ill., was-guest of honp tit a dinner party given last nigh by his cousin, Joe Evrard., With Blythevllle again his honv because his parents, Mr.' and Mrs W. M. McKenzle, have recently re • established' their residencei here af ter i having .lived In Montgomery Ala., for a number of; years, Cor jraral McKenzte.Is spending his fur Sough 'In the .city where he wa born. He will leave Wednesday t return to his post where he Is at lending a" technical school of th Arm : y Air Corps. . . Six ,- guests i were entertained a the horns of the host's.parents,.M and MrsrMarciis Evrard,' on Highway (jl^pttlC... v . V, ..,. -. Over-indulgence In Sun Baths May Cause Severe Skin Injury BY DR. THOMAS D. MASTKKS Written, f or NEA pHH Importance of sunlight lo ^ the health of human beings Is jv'lous The reclining miracle of nture's rebirth each spring is a trikihg demonstration .of tlie rawer that Ihe sUp 'exerts over nlmat« things. But it does not apply here that a little belns (Ood makes more ven better." Some advocates of un bathlni Operate on that List ssumptloh and , claim Impossible jenefius i from the action of the in'e rays upon.the body. Actually, le effect, of too much .light on it skin may be Injurious. Light from the 6lln U composed f all the eiectro-mafcrtellc waves f various lengths; from. I he short, Itra-vloiet group,' through tho islble Waves, to the.-; long, Infract! or heat wave*. Tlie j intensity nd length'Of the; rays that reach he earth depend upon the seasons, Because of. the distance of the sun ronvthe earth .and?the thickness f the atmosphere through which he rays must pass. .' Llg111 Is more Intense in the immer month* than, in winter, end at high altitudes than nt low, 'or these reason^. .Cjouds, sinoko, lust, and other factors hinder the' lassnje of .light "wives. Ordinary window -glass niters out rmich of lie ultra-violet .but- dors permit ,he visible-ami heat rays to pass. DANGKR OF SUNBUKN 'FIIE Irritating effect of sunlight - 1 - on (he, skin is n common cx- periQiice -every summer. Mild cx- |)osu re produces a sensation of warmth .nnd well-being, followed by n slight flushing of the skin. Repeated, mild exposure produces a tanning of tin; skin, through an Incrcnsc of pigment. This pigment is mechanism and a n protective well tanned skin Is less susceptible to Injury by further ex|xjsure to sunlight than ' have, n while one. ' Blonds who . . naturally,, less pigment in the skin Ihati brunettes! are particularly' sensitive to 'sunburn. Excessive exposure lo sunlight Or its reflected rays (from water or snow) produces sunburn. Tills condition begins several hours after exposure with an intense Inflammation of the skin, which Is painful. The blood vessels are dl- iated, fluid exudes Into tit* spaces between the Cells, -blisters form and the cells themselves are damaged or destroyed. The absorption of toxic products from the burned skin may-produce severe constitutional reactions, with high fever, nausea, vomiting, generalized aching, and prostration. PRKVKNTlNtt HUNBIWN HE best treatment of sunburn is preventive. After tlie skin has been damaged, palliative mcas ures come too lato. A wet dress- Ing of Epsom Salt solution can be useful then, and If the blistering Is extensive, tannlc acid solutloi or jelly with n dressing of sterile gauze should be'Used.: Gradually '. lengthening periods of exposure permit the skin to develop Us own protection. Numerous ointment. 1 , uml oils arc [wall- able which more or less protect the skin, however. Yellow pctrolcun or lanolin nlford some screening effect, ami even sweat filters ou sonic of tlie injurious rays, liut .sunburn can be very serlou and the disadvantages of nn In jured skin far outweigh the cos metlc clVcct o! u nice Ian. \ : Social Calendar . '', TUESDAY'S EVENTS . Mrs. Cecil Shane, Mrs. J. H. Elkins Vnnd Mrs. T. P. .Wright entertaining with a luncheon at the Shane home honoring: Miss Betty . Phillips..:, ._•; . ... ..,.. , , Miss ''Virginia i Martin will i ter tain the Double O. Club. Tuesday Bridge. Club .meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmph,'.'' Mrs. Elwood Scott will be hostess Mrs. Lynch Entertains For Miss Betty Phillips Mrs, B. A. Lynch entertained 12 guests Saturday for lunch honoring Miss"Elizabeth Phillips whose marriage to second Lieut. Robert Oliver Phillips will be solemnized Saturday night. The tlirce course lunch was served from the lace draped dining table centered with a crystal bowl of while carnations, baby breath and feverfew. Streamers of white satin ribbon led from the bridal place cards to individual corsages for favors. . A feature of the lunch was pro- lded.;by a quiz, on weddings and romance i found ..on the. place cards, Latcr.r'tlie guests were entertained In the dining and music rooms which were decorated with .white regal lilies and bouquets ofy'iiiixcd garden flowers. The remainder of the hf tern con was speiH In games nnd contests with Miss Julia Wade Kochtltzky of Columbus, Miss., awarded the prize. ' I The guest of honor was presented a gift by the hostess. Another out of town guest was to the Octa Bridge Club. G. N, B, Club meeting with 'Mrs. Robert Weld man. Mrs. Joe McClure entertaining the .400 Club. Mrs. James B. Clark and -Mrs. R. C. Hose entertaining .charle- voix Chapter, p.A.R., at Hotel Noble, 1 p. tri. • -WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS A.- D. C. Club meeting with Mrs. '•-.Toby < Long.' . Town and Country Club will meet with Mrs. Q. G. CaudiU. Mrs. V. G. Holland entertaining Ihe "Wednesday Contract Club. Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mrs. R. L. stcckett entertaining with a breakfast -. honoring Miss Betty Phillips'at": the ^Klrby .home. ' THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Byron Morse entertaining the Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs. Sam Slkes will be hostess to the Triple Table Club. O. R. A. Birthday club meeting with; Mrs. D. Garrett. Mr. and Mis. Harry Haines en tortaining with a supper honorin Miss Betty Phillips. Elliott-Fletcher chapter, Unite Daughter of the Confederacy, meet ing with Mrs. W. T. bberst, 12-3 p. m. Mrs. -Louise Proctor will entertni the ;Euzclinn Sunday School Class at her home, 223 Dougan. • FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mjss Julia Wade KochtHzky an Miss Nancy Hughes entertalnin with a supper party honoring Mi Betty Phillips at the Hughes horn DANCE . Wednesday Night June 9th , Music By Howard Yancey and his Rhythm Makers . 6-piece orchestra ';-/ 9 p.m.-til ? ; 55c Per Perwi Far RcstmtiMM Ull M4 ••I Miss Nelda Mnjure of Meridian Miss., who Is Miss Phillips' hous guest. AS DINNER PARTY OR COKt'OKAL MITCHELL. Miss JnnnlU Ncal entcrluinc 1th a dinner party Friday-nlgli t the home of her parents, Mi nd Mrs. J. N. Ncal, honorin ic birthday of Corp. Jackie Mil hell of the Dlytheville Army Ai 'ield. The six guests were seated : ic illnlng Inblc which held as I entcrpiece n crystal Iwwl of swei eas. Roses and sweet pens wer Iscil throughout the other cntei alning rooms. After tlie two-course dinner tl ;roup attended the U. S. O. dam U the City Hall. Bits of News Moid? •T7 EDSON IN WASHINGTON OWI, OPA, FHA Curiosities BY PETER EDSON Courier New* Washington Mrs. O. W. tiughlcr, Miss McCtitehen Sara I^ou and Mc- utclwn, and Mrs. W. n. Chsunb- i relurncd Saturday from St. ouis where they s|*nt two days. Mrs. J. M. Walls and sons, Tom' id Joe, nnd Mrs. Everett Baugh >cnt today In Memphis. Mrs.' George Slllwell underwent 11 operation today at the lilythe- :llc Hospital. Mis, n. R, Akin underwent nn jwrntlon today at Blythevllle Hos- ilal. '• • ; Mrs. W. D. Miller, wife, of Staff ergeant Miller of lilythevillc Ar- Air:Field and 809 Hearn, un- erwent an operation today at Bly- :ieyllle Hospital. ' Mrs. Walter Rosenthnl' went Mdora, Ark., yesterday • to. attend lie confirination service of • her im, Carrol Meyer and also At The Hospitals Walls Hospital milted— Mrs. R. A. O'Neal, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bobby oodson, Manila, a son yesterday, smisscci— C. D. Coleman, Holland, Mo. Mrs. G. A. Brown, city. Jemlllia Bcasley, city. Mrs. O. L. Hoidman and baby, eele, Mo. Marvin Dcnbow, Dell. Blythflllc Hospital dmttted— Mrs. H. R. Akin, city. Mrs. A. J. Albert, clly. Mrs. George Slllwell, clly. Mrs. W. D. Miller, city. Mrs. C: Taylor, city. Joseph Lee Losliia, Rt.' 1, city. Mrs. V. M. Craig, city. Sidney McLean, city. W. B. McMullIn, clly. Eula Mac Morris, Manila. J. T. Burr, clly. Memphis Baplisl Hospital Admitted — E. J. Alder, Osccoln. Asa Morris, Osceoln. Mrs. Emma Brlckley, Osceola. To Enter University Harry Haines, son of Mr. ai Mrs. Harrj W. Haines, ha.s beer, a. ccpted as a college freshman 1 two universities despite having had only three years of high school work. He successfully passed the college entrance examinations both for University of Arkansas, Fayette- vllle, and University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Because of his scholastic rating, the Arkansas university awarded him a scholarship for Ihe academic year 1943-44. Harry left todny for Chapel Hill, where he will begin his college work, having decided to cnler this university. Woodmen Will Meet Woodmen Of the World will meet .Tuesday night nt the Hall on Fifth and Main for lodge and !n- Itlalion. Promised Land News The Woman's Society of Chris tlan Service of Promised Land wil meet Tuesday to sew for the sol dlcrs at the air base. All who wish lo help, arc lnvite< n meet at the home of Mrs. Mar us Gaincs, at 1 o'clock, from wher hey will leave for the base, It \va announced. The First -Baptist group went t the base Friday afternoon, .wher nembcrs sewed for the soldiers. o'visit in Greenville, Miss., before elurnlng homo Thursday. Mr*, is the former Miss Ethel Veinberg of Osccoln, sister of Mrs. Joscnlhal. Condition ot J. M. Fowler, who ins been critically ill for a week orthy, remained unchanged. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Fields of Moille, Ala., arc • tlie guests for ,10 lays of Dr. ami Mrs. W. S. Easl- itii-n. Willie here ,lhcy also will Islt relatives. Slaff Seigl. nnd Mrs. Fred Oli- -er arrived this , morning Irani Camp -Belli, Calif!, lo spend a llj- lay furlough with Mrs. Oliver's nother, Mr.s. C. E. Parks and Sergeant Oliver's parents, Mr.- and Mrs. Harry Oliver. Miss Mary Uose of Allnmonl, [II., sister of Sergt. John Rose of .lie Illythevlllc Army Ah" Field, is •visiting nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hnzen and family. .Miss Betty Brooks Isaacs, who attended school id Virginia Iiitor- mont College, Bristol, Vn., has arrived to spend the Summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. Tom A. Little who has been ill for several days is able to be out again. . Williiim R. Morse who lias been attending the University of Ar- knnsas, Fayettcville, for the past year, lias arrived lo spend the Summer'with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse and await his call In Joe from Fayettcville, Ark., where • he has-been attending the University. He will spend several weeks with his parent. 1 ;, Mr.' and Mr.v ! Marcus Evrard. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Croweli nnd family, and Mr. nnd Mrs. B. H. Illlanis, nil of Lenchville, were e yncsls yesterday of Mr. and is. W. A. lilckerstnir. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. BIckerstafT ere called lo Memphis this morn- g by the critical illness of. his •oilier, J. V. BickerstaiT. Mrs, Lylc Brown nnd daughter, aphne of Auburn, Aln., who have ecu Ihe gne.sU of Mr. and Mrs. H. Smart Sr., nnd Mr. and Mrs. W. Mullins, returned to their omc yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Mul- n.s and Mrs. J. H. Smart Sr., otorcd lo Memphis lo catch the •aln. Enroule to their home they ill stop off at aiacoii, Miss., to islt friends. Mr. and Mrs. n. L. Harp return- d Saturday .from Denitng, N. M., •here they attended the on exerclsra of their son, Lieut I. Rouse Harp. ,who is now xmibnnller. Lieutenant Harp will' Add random notes on war-time contusion: i Tlie Office of War Information's campaign division is now organizing a "Don't Travel" crusade to get people: to stay at home tills summer and relieve transportation facilities. When Betty McDonald, who writes the - Homefront Forecast news for this paper, called, at the office of. Defense Transportation Director' Joseph Eastman to (jet a statement, ; on this campaign, she was Informed .that Mr. .Enst- man had gone to the Maine woods to Vest and recuperate. 9 • • Sign In n War Production Board wash room: "One towel will wipe any pair oi AMERICAN hands." * * • -Bays Senator Cotton Ed Smith of Lytichbiirg, S. C., commenting on .Ihe 'mld--westci'ii - floods: "Wliy couldn't OPA figure out some way to rnllon the ralnV"- to 1 ° La lor, after questioning-, Secretary of Commerce Jesse Jones on the proposal to- roll back prices of mcnLs, butter and - coffee, Cotton Ed sputtered: "The real roll back Is going lo come in the next election.". • * + A flying officer who returned to Honolulu with a standard Iixl7 Japanese-made auto lire which he had bought off a Solomon Islander for "I did!" confessed the OPAer. But when It left my desk It was inly three pages long. When It nine back to me from the legal division It was 33 pages long." Sales of ammunition 1 to civilians arc now under war-time rcstrlc- lons. Indian Service officials are .rylng to gel tho restrictions ro- noved so that Indians on rescrva- lons cnn kill Ihe Jackrnbbits which ire threatening lo destroy their war crops. At Tucson, Ari?.., Indians recently visited the basement of local chain stores, shopping for bows and arrows, ' RAKRAGF. CAN, Dr.AFFR. PROKI.EMS Federal Housing Adinlnlstratlon recently prettied up a statistical story on how many new housing projects there were in Washington, the idcn being-to take the reader on an "Imaginary sightseeing plane ride. But OWI ordered all reference to the plane taken out of the story because militnry nu- Ihorlties say ilo plane can fly ovci Washington wlUioul • drawn blinds. * * . * Off .the record, OPA enforcement, officials refer lo Congress nnd Ihc Wnr Food Administration as "the two inflntlonnry-forces in tlie country." • * * "Victory" model garbage palls were ordered made of thinner mc- tnl, to save steel. But the lighter weight cnns wear out faster, require 1 replacement uftener, may In the end consume more metal than 'Community Missions." Mrs. Corkran assisted by Mrs. J, D. Shanks, served .an Ice course ud cakes during the social hour. • • • HOSTS TO HRIDOE CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bowcn were losts lo Iheir Luxora bridge club Tuesday night. Mrs. Elizabeth Slli- nan played the members. High score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Sillman and Dr. T. P. Hudson. The hosts were assisted by their daughter, Miss Frances Reid, in serving a salad plate. /* * ' N. T. c. CI.UB PLAYS Playing with the members oi the N. n 1 . C. bridge.-club ,'Wedncsday afternoon nl the-home of Mrs. Jesse Brown, were Miss Peggy Sillman, and Miss Frances Reid Bowcn. Iced drinks were served during the games, and at Ihe conclusion of Ihe five progressions, strawberry shortcake, topped with whipped- cream, sandwlclfes and iced tea-.was served. Mrs. T. F. Hudson plnced high F.COIC and Mrs. Hoy Ware drew high for second prize. day afternoon for Smackovcr, Ark., for a visit with her son, W. D/ireny, and family. ' 'f- • • • A FELLOWSHIP DINNER teacher personnel -of-the Luxora Baptist Sunday School, with Ihe pastor, the Rev. Sam T. MayO,- and Ihe-superintendent, Mrs. R.'T. Baltew, met at the church Tuesday evening at C:30 o'clock for a Fellowship dinner followed by . a round-table business discussion. Mrs. Cj B.'Wood • gave the devotional,.//.- . - , • • . .* *. • Mr. and Mrs". Thomas D. Wilklns and son,- .Calvin, spent Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.; In Memphis, while jMr. t Wilklns was attending lo business. Byron O. Winklns Jr., sophomore student the past year in Loulslnnti Stale .University,, Baton Rouge, has written'from -the Army Specialized Training Camp at Camp Maxcy, Texas, that he is well and happy. Mrs.-lMarthu Poison and George B. Doty, oi Osceola, attended Ihe wedding of Mrs. Poison's nephew, Lieut. Louis K. Collier, Memphis, .„. a package of cigarettes, hab jusl been Informed by his Hawaiian Die heavier, pre-war varieties. lire rationing-board that he can't '.***. legally use the tire on his own car till il Is registered. But il has no trade ramie or serial number, so can't be registered. EGGS, FI/AGS, AM) JACKRABBITS Another OWI campaign under the Navy V-12 program. Evrard arrived Saturday why is to keep the flags of all the Unllcd Nations before Ihe public during the .month of June. To. fur- _ tlicr Ibis campaign, they went to j the Irouble of photographing -and printing up a set of 32 pictures of the Unite Nations flags — iiand- Kofiiely done lii black and while ngalnst a dead black background. I * * ' A poultry raiser who couldn't .understand OPA's maximum price regulation on eggs appealed to a chain store purchasing agent for an Interpretation. The purchasing agent couldn't understand it'eith- er, so he appealed to his public .relations, counsel. The public relations man finally got in touch by phone -with the OPA man who wrote Ihe original order. "I can't understand it either," said the OPAer. 'But I thought you wrote it!" Insisted the public relations man. Real crisis in the textile industry is caused by the heavy wartime birth rate. Hinn|»r baby crop has increased demand for diaper cloth. * * * There are now 2240 separate government agencies listed in the Federal Register. Creation of the Office of War Mobilization makes il 2241. ANTIQUES Gifts for ^ Weddings and Ul special occasions. Lamp Post Shop, Trnne ZJ98 The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COM! RAY, the mriem, tlfl« • wave. No heat— No chines. Drop in for MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M B. First phone tSSt Have Your Bridge Luncheons In the Cool Coffee Shop of Hotel Noble attend a navigation school at rSnn Vfa'rciis, Texas. Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr., who lias ICEII . ill In the Bnplisl Hospital, .lemphls, returned lo her home-yesterday. Miss. Ln Nelle Smart and J. Mell Brooks Jr., motored down for ler. Mrs. .Smart's condition is very ;ood. Mrs. J. Norrls .Moon of Evans- vllle,- Inil., spent yeslerdny with Mr. and'Mrs. M. T. Moon enroule lo Camp Polk, La., where her husb- nnd, Lleulcnnnt Moon Is stationed. Mrs. Moon Is the former Muss Opal Reeves a- SKIN . . Then adjourn to our Colonial Koom For Foursomes! Luncheon Males From 55 Announcing Opening of Memorial Park Cemetery Choice Lots Available For Information Call Holt Funeral Home Phone 671 Evansvillc. She was nccompnnled by 'Miss Benson who also Is a teacher to Battle Creek, Mich., today where Mr. Lllllc will consult, a Memphis by Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mrs.. L. M. Burnelt has returned from Elkmont, Ala., where she fit- tended the funeral of her mother Mrs. L. C. Potts. CAMELS SURE DELIVER. PLENTY OF FLAVOR AND EXTRA MILDNESS you SAID IT, GYRENE! CAMELS HAVE WHAT IT TAKES! IN THE MARINES they say: (or Marine ALLIGATOR for amphibious tractor "COLLISION MATS* for P ,nc,k " or 'h* favorite cigarette with men in th* Marines F/KST M THE SERWX I he favorite ciKirctlc with mtn i" the Army, Navy, Marines, ami Coslt il Cornel. (ll«c.l «n ncliul sjld r«Ofd» in Po« Kiclungcs anj Carucnu.) Came BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY The Baptist Woman's Missionary Society met at ttic home of Mrs. Charlie'Corkrau Tuesday aflernoon •when reports were heard from the committee chairmen and plans completed for a representative number of members to attend tlie Northeast District meeting to be held at the Osccola Baptist church June 9th. Tlie program as announced by Mr.s. Sam T. Mnyo, associational supmntendant Woman's Missionary Unions \of -Mis: sippi county, would be lalks by Mrs. C. H. Ray, Slalc secretary and Miss Margaret HU^chinson Slale Young People's leader, boll of Liltle Rock, and nn out- ol late speaker. Mrs. Charlie Evans reviewed tin bird lesson in Mission study COMPLIMENTED-WITH CRYSTAL SHOWER Mrs. Martha .Poison whose marriage lo George'B. Doty, of Osceola, will be solemnized on.June 30, was complimented by Ihc Luxora. School Faculty with a crystal .shower on Thursday night nl the home of Mr. and Mr.s. T. Lcm Slanford. Mrs. Poison lias been a member of the Luxora School faculty for several ycnrs. * • • COLLEGE STUDENTS HOME Miss Billy Langston, William Woods College, Fulton,'. Mo.; Miss Dltsy Sillman, from .Southwestern, Memphis; Miss Patricia and Miss Frances Danchower, St. Cecilia Academy, Nashville; John cowan Jr., Columbia Institute, Columbia, Tenn.; nnd i.Miss Frances Reid Bowen, University of Tcnnesee, Knox- vllle. Miss • Bowcn will return to Ihe Universily June 20, to complete one hour's work necessary for her Master of Arts degree, with a major in Home Economics. ATTENDS COMMENCEMENT HANOI-: AT C. M. I.. Miss Mary Clay Bowen was the jest of John Cowan Jr., at the ommcucetnent dance at, Columbia [ilitary Institute, Columbia, Tenn.i londay ni(;ht, May 31. She accom- anicd Mrs. Cowan, who motored Columbia after her son. 1 * • • Mr.s. Lena Gillispie is again niak- i(j her home in Luxora after a esidcncc of Hie past six months Ith her daughter, 'Mrs. H. C. Daidson, and family, of Osceola. Mrs. S. B. Terry and her .daugh- crter, Mrs. R. IT. Ballew, left Sun- . ; lo Miss Ijnurn,Eveline Grcsr, daughter of Judge-and/Mrs. Grccr, of Ilnrrlsbuig at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the ,First Methodist church, Good News for Piles Sufferers IRRITATIONS OF EXTERNAL CAUSE niserles wllh simple liwna trciUmen Gooa to work at once. Direct action all! icnlinc, works tho nntlseplic way. Us Elnck and White Ointment only as a rcctctl.lOc.25c.60csizes.25yearssucceS. Money-back guarantee, lif Vital i ck-ansine .Is good soap. Enjoy farnou Black' and Whlto Siin Soap dally FRRR HOOK—Tells Of Causes, Effects 'Ariel Treatment The McCleary Clinic, D1822 Hlms Blvd., Excelsior Springs, Mo., Is pulling out an up-to-thc-minut'c 122-page ' book. on piles (Hemorrhoids),' -Fistula, related ailments and colon disorders. You cnn have a copy of this book by nsking for it' on a postcard- sent In the nbove address. No charge. It mny save you much suffering nnd money. Write '.today for a FREE copy. I 117 Conttnoons Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Startg 2:00 -LISTEN TO KLCN ijn.-: 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. If You Suffer'PERIODIC' FEMALE PAIN Which Mikes You Weak, Cranky, Nervous— ' ' If at such times you, lllc«.so many women and ylrls suffer from cramps, headaches, backache, distress of "irregularities", periods ot the blues—due to functional monthly disturbances— Start at once—try Lydln E. Plnfcham'a Vegetable Compound. This famous liquid not only helps relieve monthly pain hut also accompanying tired, weak, nervous feelings of this nature. Tills Is because of Its soothing effect on ONE OF WOMAN'S MOST IMPORTANT GROANS. Taken regularly —Lydla Plnfcham'a Compound helps build up resistance against such symptoms. Thousands upon thousands report bnnent. Also a fine stomachic tonic. Follow IQ""* J '~" lions, Worth Last Time Today 'The War Against Mrs. Hartley' with Edward Arnold & F:iy Bain ter Paramount News & Selected Short Ola Bob Hurley Dance Recital Tuesday NiffMOnly AT THE RITZ CONSERVE LINENS! Supplies limited for duration 1. If a sh'cartfn lly with min'mimn \ nibbing and machine agitation. , ^ '• -JTJ~' i • ^k 2. Whiten safely wiih J*^ ^? 1'urcx ...llit only bleach nuJcbylnlrafilProccss. Used as directed, it leu linens last fulllifctimc. it,loo, to clean and :cl kitchen, bath. TUESDAY CITY ''aching! , fUREXiirti. * - Controirtd'Aclion •' UtacK-CenllHolirum Jj At your Gro<«r'i fttilNHCIANT- CLUNfM-tlIMM • MEN ..... LINDA DARNELL ' ft)CARSUCH*H»H-MlCH«t DU»K[ SIRI M.160QD. A CO.U Selected Shorts We'll Keep Your Family's Clothes FRESH and CLEAN The quality work rlone here serves Ivro cxlrcmcly Important purposes. First, It Insures yoor keening jotir clothes in lopnotch x-ondltion for a longer time ... an essential faclor in wartime. Second, il contributes tn your relaxation • • • through the time you s»ve in semlinfc otil your Uumlry a«<l ti>' having fresh, crisp elothes in which to spend your leisure hmirs. Nll-W/ PHONE ROXY Barftln Night Ever? Nlgtit El Saturday. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Ccatlnnoo* Shawi S»l. an* 8 IJast time Today- 4 After Midnight With Boston Blackie' with Chester;; Morris ft Itldmrd Travis F«x.New» ana Short* Tuesday & Wednesday BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. IS-1W*

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