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BLYTHEVILLB (ARKT. COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JUNE 12,-1943 With School Out, Camps Attract Boys and Girls From This Area Social Calendar 'MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's • Council ol the First Christian ' Church meeting 2:30 o'clock at the church, •The !Woman's Society-of Christian Strvlce Lake Street Methodist Church' meeting 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. A. M, Van Winkle Three.Quads Club will meet with Mrs. Norman Bunch. The Woman's -Society of • Christian Service of the First eMthodis church will meet at 2:30_.oclock at the church for a program and social meeting. •'.;.' " , ' The Woman's Guild of the Pil grim Luthern Church will meet a 2-30 p. m.', with Mrs. Fred Swan The Woman's Auxiliary of 1 th Presbyterian Churn will meet li circles Monday at 2:30 p. m. in th folios Ing homes:'Circle One, Mr Dixi» Crawford; - Clrle • twfo, Ml Aubrey Conwny; Circle Three.-Mn, H. H. Houchlns; Circle Four, Mr Margaiet Crowder. The Woman's Missionary Unio ol Ihe First Baptist Church wll meet Monday at 2:30 o'clock in circle groups- at the following places: Circle One, Mrs.C.E.Ldds; Circle Two, Mrs. G. C. Hawks; Circle Three, Mrs. :W. F. Copeland; Circle Four, Mrs. Kertdell Berry; Circle Five, Mrs. J. F. Walker; Circle Six, Mrs. T. R. Shepherd, and Cirlce Seven with Mrs. C. B. Mrs J R. McDonald entertaining with a Coca-Cola party at her apartment honoring Miss Marian Tompkins. Mr and Mrs. George Hale enter- taining'with a dinner party honoring Miss Marian Tompkins. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Miss- Virginia Martin of Dell will entertain the Double G. Club. Tuesday 'Bridge Club meeting with Mrs, Jesse Taylor. Mrs.,Jerry Hearn will be hostess to the 400 Club. •Mrs 'H.'c: Blankenshlp entertaining the 'G. N. B. Club. Octa< Bridge Club peeling With Mrs. Bob Gwynh. , Miss''Sue Ramey entertaining In honor of Miss Marian Tonipklns. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS' . A. D. C. Club is meeting with Mrs. James Terry. Mrs. J. V. Gates will entertain the Wenesay Contract Club. Town .and Country Club meeting with Mrs. James B. Clark. Maple Grove Cemetery Association will meet at 2:30 o'clock will Mrs. John Walker on s the Bartield Road. ' . . , , Mrs. E. B. Woodson entertainin with a morning bridge party hon oring Miss Marian Tompkins, fol lowed by a luncheon. Mrs. E. A. Teaford ol Osceol entertaining at her home with tea honoring Miss Marian .Tompkins. ; l i • ,'•"-'• Mr.-,and'Mrs. Marion Williams • entertaining with a dinner party • at their home honoring Miss Marian Tompkins. THURSDAY'S EVENTS The Double Four Club will meet .with Mrs. John Foster. • Mrs. Rupert Crafton entertaining Club Eight. Weds Today In'Litde^Rock Bits of New* Poton! With nightmares of examinations and studies of n few weeks ago forgotten, a number of Blythe- vilie Iroys and girls will have relaxation In camp life this Summer. There, they will be with other children of their ages from various rectlons, will swim, ride horses, canoe, ,sail, hike, do handicraft arts and have spiritual meditation while under the Influence of expert counselors trained for this type of Mrs. E. J. Heaton, Mrs. J. L. Guard, Miss Molly Guard and Mrs. Oscar Bailey .spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. -J. L. • Tyrone Is resting very well at Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat Hospital in Memphis, where she Is a patient because of an eye aliment. Carolyn Llnlzenlch, daughter of Mrs. Fannie Linty.cnIch and C. L. Ltntv.tmlch, and Maureen Norrls, ttntightcr of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel . work, ]•'. Norrls, go to Pontotoc, Miss Estcllc GDI of Little Rock nd James Crafton will be marled at 5 o'clock this afternoon in he First Methodist Church of'years Little Rock. They are to make th home in Blythevilie where M Craflon has lived for a numbe Pre-Season Immunization Shot Best Treatment For Hay Feve Final Party Honors Bride-Elect, Fiance Climaxing an interesting series of affairs prior to the wedding of Miss 1 Elizabeth Phillips; daughter of-Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips, a^id Second Lieut. Robert O. Phillip's of' Butler, Penna., to be solemnized tonight, Miss Julia Wade Kochtilzky-.of Columbus, Miss., and Miss --Nancy Hughes entertained with a." 'supper party last night at the home :of- Miss Hughes' parents, Mr. and Mrs.-Ross. D. Hughes. Adding interest .to the party was the presence of the bridegroonir elect's mother, Mrs. Willam Car] Phillips ' of Butler, who , arrivcc yesterday; Mrs. A. J. Towar o: Grosse Point, Mich.,. Miss .'Phillips aunt, Mrs. Paltl, Knight, a cousin Mrs. J. M. Hailey, both of Nashville, Mrs. Otlo Kochtitricy of Columbus, Miss., and daughter, Mrs Paul Quinn of Smyrna, Tenn. The 23 guests, who Includec members of the wedding party anc out of town guests, were servec from the dining table which hat •been effectively • decorated with Venetian cloth and a bouquet o white gladioli.' Regal lilies decorated the — and sun rooms where small tables were arranged for the parly, whic preceded the wedding rehearsal a the country club. • * » , . . MRS. MARVIN LANE ENTERTAINS CLASS. Mrs. Marvin lane, teacher of the Fidelis Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church, was 'hostess Friday night to 11 members, and three visitors, Mrs. Mattle Caudle, Mrs. John Buchanan and Iilrs. M. Emde for a dutch supper at the Dogwood Club House. . . Mrs. G. C. Hawks, the president, presided over the business session. The, devotional was given by Mrs. ~ " in "and prayer" offered by BY.'DR. THOMAS D. MASTERS Written for NBA Seasonal hay-fever will again this year be responsible lor much discomfort, reduced efficiency, and days lost from work. This summer, because of the war effort and need for Increased man hours,, control of liny-fever wilt bo more Important than ever. Seasonal hay-fever is due to the nlr-borno-pollens. • These-may bo considered In three groups. In the spring, the pollens of trees do the damage. In the summer thp so-called "rose-cold" Is not, due to rose pollen, which because of its size and weight is not airborne, but is clue to the pollen; of grasses. The aiilumnal type o: hay-fever, which lasts ill! frost, 1: due to the pollens of the rag weeds. Such are the common causes o seasonal hay-fever. Occasional!} other pollens arc responsible fo scomfort, but because of the fac mt they are not widely dllfusec xposurc must be more direct, a n smelling the actual plants, o n the environs of a florist's sho) YMPTOMS VARY The manifestations of hay-fcv lay vary considerably. They ma >e - restricted to n swollen ntisti utcoiis membrane, with frequoi neezlug, and an irritating nu ous discharge. Often the ey< re, congested, watery, itchy, a vcn swollen. The more severe oses may develop asthma after he hay-fever hns become eslnb- ished. In conjunction with these local evidences, there is usually a general lassitude and malaise which nakes any effort at activity extremely difficult. The symptoms may cause a sufficient loss of sleep to exhaust the victim. Frequently, lid hay-fever may be inislak i- a "cold," ; but the regular on about HID same lime each yt nclding with the pollination i ic unending plant, readily claries the picture. > As n result of the injury to the lenibriines »f the nose and si- uses', and particularly because of ic obstruction of the normal nlr- from dwelling, secondary hi- ection of the nasal sinuses is ommon and may 'cau^e at least tarty of the symptoms to con- Imic longer than the period of lOllmnUbn. There is no satisfactory way to ic happy after the hay-fever sea- on starts. Those who have sought region relatively free from pol- cn are not going to nnd that course so easy this year. Those who mvc n satisfactory loom-ventlla- ,or or air-cleaner can ho- comfortable part of the time at least. MASKS, FILTERS USELESS Masks nnd nasal filters are o little or no practical value. Tin most important drugs are thosi capable of constricting blootl-vcs scls. Ephedilne-hydrochloiide o sulphnlc, U. S. P. W/'r aqueous o isolomlc solution, is n typical ex ample. Two or three drops in cacl nasal cavity .several limes a da will give partial nnd temporary re lief. An inhaler containing mn phetamine is convenient and give much relief to persons who ai not sensitive to (he-drug. The important treatment of sea sonnl hay-fever Is iunmmlzntfo which In a very high pcrccnlng of cases (80 r / f to 00%) gives con plete or at least very satisfactoi relief. This procedure must 1 undertaken by a physician and 11 Miss,, Monday lo spend a week as guesls of Margaret Ann Wood, formerly of Blylhevlllc, who Is their guest this week. While there y will 1)0 guests of honor at a -ty and n' picnic to be given by lelr hostess' mother, Mrs. Merrill ood. Miss Katharine* Hudson Is speml- g ,llic weekend In Memphis as e ' guest of Miss' Agnes Callos 10 formerly lived here. Mrs. Walter. Rosenlhal has . _ rncd from Greenville, Miss.', nnd idora, Ark., where she spent sev- al days. She went especially ,foi e confirmation of her nephew arrol Meyer Jr., son- of Mr. am rs. Carrol Meyer of Eudora, the rincr Miss Ethel Wclhberg of Os cola, Mrs. C. H. Wheeler-has leturne •om a five weeks visit wth M ml Mrs. Holston Robinson nu on Tommy of Bristol, Vn. Otto KochlltyJcy of Columbu llss., arrived lust night lo be tl nesl of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leec Ir. KochtiUky came especially ! he wedding of Miss Ellzab" 'hlllips to Second Lieut. Robe Oliver Phillips, which will be so emnl/cd tonight. Mrs. ,1. H. Smart, who bus be confined to a hospital in Mei phis for the past. several wee is recovering at her home on Hlg way 61, South. W. M. Burns has returned fro 1 two weeks .vacation In H Springs. Mrs. N. W. Brlgham will lea next week for Columbus, Mi where she will visit her dnugh First to leave were Julia and Betty Woodson, daughters of Mr, and Mrs, E, B. Woodson, Nancy Holland, daughter of Mrs. A. B. Holland, who left' today for Camp Ouachita, 40 miles from Little Rock. They will be Joined tomorrow Marilyn Deen, daughter of Mr 1 Mrs. George Smith; Helen -cs Buchanan, daughter of . and Mrs. J. C. Buchanan 1 Christine and Peggy Gillen- ler. daughters of Mr. and Mrs E. Gillcnwaler. Hlicrs who will attend the same up later in the Summer will be y Garrigan, daughter of Mr 1 Mrs. C. W. Ganlgan; Ramom nfton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs sco Crafton; Susie Crafto CHURCH NEWS * aughter of Mr. and Mrs., Rupert Jrafton; Eula SmUh, daughter of Ir. and Mrs. George Smith; June otircs, daughter of Mr, and Mrs, O O. Stlrcs, and Maureen Norris, aughter of Mr. and Mi's. Samuel . Norrls. These girls will attend' this official Girl Scout Cam]) for Little Rock scouts on a special permit with some of them going for a week or two weeks and others re- nianinlg for a month. A number lave been at this camp in other years. Lois Eich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ley Eich,. will attend Lake Lure Cam]), near Ashevllle, N. C. Returning to Camp Dcerwood, near Ashevllle,- N. C., for the second year will be Betty Blnck, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. P. E. Black. She will leave June 20, accompanied by Donna Wunderllch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch, and Wanda<;Leah Barham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Russell Bnrham. Charles Crigger, John. Ed Rcgl- nold and E. B. Gee will go to Cami> Carolina,-In North Carolina and Loy Eich will attend Memphis Junior Boys Camp. All of these have attended camp before. STEPHENS EPISCOPAL Sixth and Walnut Sts, 11 a. m. services conducted by lay leader, Lieut. Guy E. Kagey of Ihe Blythevilie Army Ah Field. Visitors are always welcome at these services. Mrs. Nelson Meyers and Mr. M ers for an Indefinite time. Loy Eich returned today from attended to ilcago, where he siness for a week. The Rev. R. P. Biel, pastor of the Igrlin Lutheran Church, will ave Monday for St. Louis where o will attend the Western: Dls- ict, Convention of that church.' fr. ;imd Mrs, Wilbur Wall! are Memphis where' Mr. Walil has ndcrgonc nn operation at the Ttirlnc Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hnth and illdren of Monroe, La., liavc ar- ved in Blytlievllle to make their ome. Mr. Huth will be employed '1th the Federal Compress here. Miss Lenh Davis lias returned to 3clzont, Miss., after spending sev- ral days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Buckley and family. A and D Gas Book [otters Will Get Application Forms Laic in June, application forms or renewal of A and D gasoline itlon books will be available at HliiB stations, it was announced y Chairman J. L. Cherry of the lississlppl County War Price and Rationing Board. These .application forms Iwlll be mllcd or taken, lo Ihe local-board, bus ellmnating the necessity for nr owners to register as was the ;ise when gasoline rationing got nulcr way'last Fall. To get' his new A or D book an -uitomobile or motorcycle owner docs the following: 1. I'lcfc up an application form late this month—match papers for time and place; which Boards will announce later. 2. Fill out the form - and ittail It to Ihe local rationing board together with (a), the back cover of the present A or D book with the applicant's signature and address filled in,' nnd (b)'thc current the Inspection record showing that proper, inspections have been made. The Local Board will mail the new gasoline book lo all auto and motorcycle owners by July 21, when the present A and D books expire. Renewal of B and C books will continue to be made by separate application to the Local Board At The Hospitah Walls Hospital Admitted— . , . • Edith Bolkin, ,clty., Dismissed— .'•.';.. i J. M. Fowler,. city. Mis..O. N. Carne.s, city. Mrs. Ivory' Caldwell, city. IMrs C L.' Wren and baby. city. Raymond Ridge. Holland, Mo. Blythcvllle Hospital Admitted— " Donald Gene Burris, Rt. 1, city. Mrs. Frank Weslall, Dismissed — MUST ASSEMBLY OK GOD CHURCH Tlie Rev. H. E. Sims, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a m. Morning Worship, U a. m. C. A. Class, 1 p. m. Evangelistic Message, 8:45 p m. THE CIIUKCH OF CHRIST Oscar L. Hays, pastor Bible Study 9:50 a. in. Preaching 11 a. in. Evangelist lugo Allmond, Union City, Tenn.,' vill preach. Evening services at 8:30 p. m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Main al Fifth Streets lames A. Overholser, minister Sunday School, 9:45 a. in. - ' Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Theme, "A Sabbath Day's Journey." livening Worship 8 p, m. Sermon Tet, "Ye Are Not Your Own." Elders'- meeting at church Monday, 8 oclock. Midweek 1 Service Wednesday, '!:45 p.'in. . ... Choir Rehearsal Wednesday, 8:15 p. m. Board of Deacons at . church ^ mrsday, 8-o'clock. Special Week of Services begins liiday, June 20, with Hie Rev. 'omlrow Wilson Thrower, pastor the Glcnview • Presbyterian iiurch,• -Memphis, Tennessee, con- icting the meeting. . "Remember the Sabbath Day lo ;ep it holy." FIRST METHODIST H1IURCH Corner Main and Seventh The Rev,- S. B. WitUord, pastor 8:45 a. n\. church School, U. S. Branson; S'upt. 10:55 a. m. worship service. G-.45, p. m. Youth Fellowship meetings, 1:30 p. m. worship service. You are Invited to attend the services of this church where a welcoirie awaits you. CIIUKCH OV IMMACULATE ',-. CONCEPTION The Key. J. J. Thompson The Rev. Amos H. Knileilin Sunday Masses at 7:30 n. m. and 10:30 a'/ m, 1 v Holy-Hour: for" boys In service, 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. Novona in honor of our Sorrowful Mother, Friday,' 7:30 p: in. I Weekday Masses at 0:30 a. m. and a. m. >,''.; . •; O. C. Stone, city. Memphis -Baptist Hospital Admitted— . ( i Mrs. A ,J. Bowdcn, Joiner. Mrs Jessie Ridcnour; Armorel. Memphis Melliodisl Hospital Admitted — ~ • Eobby Slockett, city. • In'f form,, accurate listings of lire serial iiumbcrs is essential. These numbers, may be copied from the old t'irc record, miles. 1 ; the applicant has acquired a new tire. In that case, he should write In the new tire number and attach a note explaining this lo 'the board. The Local Board Chairman said arrangements would be made for sufficient volunteer help to process the applications and asked flint those willing lo serve communicate with the board at once. Accepts Church Post Miss Carolyn Haley, daughter o 'Mr. and Airs. A. C.. Haley, wi' serve as secretary to the Rev. ,i B. Wilfard for the Summer it wa. announced today. In addition- t her work as secretary, she -will b choir director and young people counselor of First MethodlstChurcl Miss Haley, who has been an in structor In. the Blythevilie School for the past-year and in the ab sence of Charles Morehead, als directed the baud, led 'the Gl~ Club in their school activities She attended Galloway ...College, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 8th ami Walnut O. J. Chaslain, pastor Gene Bartlett, Associate Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Preaching service 10:45 a. m. This crvice will be broadcast over KLCN. :be pastor will preach a sermon, he eimir will sing "O come To My Heart Lord Jesus," by Paul Am- jrose. and MifB Wynnette Shcp- icrd will sing. Evening Services- Training Union at 0:30. Preaching services, 7:45. The pastor will wing a special message honoring the Sunday School, inaugurating the first night of a special Summer Church Loyalty campaign. A Junior Choir of 40 voices will sing. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH (ith & Walnut Sis. It. 1'. Biel, pastor Divine services with celebration of Holy Communion at 11 a.m. Preparatory-service 1 begins at 10:30 a.- ; niV^piyUils Pentecost Sunday, the.<Ke'rfnon ,-lopt/: will be: "The Seal--of '.the • Holy. Spirit." Text: "Who hath also sealed us, and given Ihe earnest of the Spirit In our heart.';." 2 Cor. 1, 22. Sunday School at 10:00 a. in. The pastor will be attending the Westerh-iDlstrict Convention In St. jouis this next week. If anyone s urgently in need of his services it that time please phone 3305; The public Is invited to attend the services of this church. Visitors In the city are especially welcome.- "No man can say that Jesus is the Lord but by the Holy G hast." 1 Cor. '12, 3. Sprinkle ynur lir.it irritulcd skin well with ML'xsaiia, formerly Mcxi^ can Hi-lit 1'cAsxler. Cools burn as iteootheaitcl THE HEAT BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street Sunday School,' 9:30. Russell' Da ugh, superintendent. Training Union 0.30. George Ingrum, director. Revival services will begin June with the Rev. L. G. Miller I 117 Continuous Shows Every Day Box Of flee Opens 1:45 Sliow Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:M »-m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. : -Saturday GERE flUTRV II . ., boro, 'where' she received her A, 'B. lury List Announced For Court In Pemiscot Missouri Legion Commander Speaks CARUTHERSVTLLE, Mo., June 11 'CARUTHERSVaiE, Mo., June 12 —Jurors for the July term of clr-,—Perry Compton, of cult court, lo convene July 5lh with Judge L, H. Schult presiding, are as follows, it was announced Wednesday by County Clerk E. S. Huffman: Pemiscot—Ralph Turnbow and Orbcn Gordon; Pascola—C. G. Fisher; Organ—John Baker; Gayoso—Cecil Arnold; Virginia—Hobart Marshall and M. H. Farris; Concord—Dick Walker and Van New; Braggadocio—Chick Dudley and Brooklancl Davis. Cooler—Carl Coleman and Tom Perry; Holland—C. B. Coleman; Little River—Wesley Yarbro ansi , legrcc. , . Willie in Jonesboro • she . studied conducting under C. E McMeans, head 'of the music 'de partment there.' |Keeping Up , With The Men In Service LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH The Rev. Hull's Sturdy, pastor Church School, 9:50 a. m. Iver- sbn Morris, superintendent. Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m Subject, 'How We Grow". Everyone is cordially invited to our services. Youth Junior Fellowship, 1 p. m Senior Youth Fellowship, 1 p. m Evening Worship 8 p. m. "Pray r In Time ol War", pastors sub ect. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8:1 o'clock. undertaken by a physician and the | „, Bu[ler _l c , Gar dner; prophylactic injections must be , ( u , n „_ <-(o,-+orl iKnnl ton wonts hi nil- ... • . _ _ ., 1 started about ten weeks In advance of the season. from the hostess' own garden used throughout the entertaining rooms and the center of the dining table where the lunch was served. Miss Ruth Burks of Murfrccs- b'oro, Tenn., and Mrs. Raymond Downing wtre guests for the affair. During the afternoon plans \verc made for a picnic to be held July 13 at the home of Mrs. John Burks. Mrs. O. O. Elkins. The hostess served cookies nnd iced drinks nt the conclusion of the games. Council Names Driver For Fire Department CARUTHEHSV1LLE, Mo., June 11 . - - s - John Burks. _ Uov(1 coleman was named truck An ice course was served late in | drtvcr of llle caruthcrsville Fire the afternoon. • • MRS. LANCiSTOK ENTERTAINS CI.DB Department by council vote upon recommendation of Mayor W. D. Byrd at the regular meeting of the council. A member ol the local fire u .,.~ •-- ILUUUUI1. t\ muiiuui m im; iuv<u ,,.v. rs. Charles Langston Jr., enter- forcc (or sanif , t , mc co i env an was ined members of Club Eight and more ^ cl , clllly ccm , cc t e( i with Ihe One guest, Mrs. Ralph Nichols Fri- MaWcl , Air B;lsc { | ro CVC w. He day afternoon at her home at laccs OV]xl Nc * s(m> w ho resigne( iirnhpr Nine. 1 j.._ »_ :tt i—nt* Rice. t . , the social hour Mrs. G. won a prize in a geog •Thei hostess served home made Jce cream and cake. i * • * MRS. PROCTOR HAS EII7.ELIAN CLASS Mrs; (Louis' Proctor enlertainee the Euzellan Sunday School class of the'First Baptist Church, Thurs day night at-her home, <when sh had as guest") Mrs Earl Willam am) Mia Willie Fay Dicluon The «ven!ng wag spent in playing games with prizes gotaf to Mrs WilUm.1 *od Mr*. Harry' Bocan. The hostess' ternd a salad plate and iced drink* for refreshments. * » , • • , Qt.R/A,* umber Nine. Garden flowers were xiscd iroughout the entertaining rooms _J •here bridge was played with high score prize awarded to Mrs. Langson and Mrs. H. G. Partlow winning second. The hostess served a salad course and cold drinks. Mrs. John Caudlll will play in this Club for the Suni- ner, substituting for Mrs. R. H. Stout who with her husband and small daughter are spending the Summer in Little Rock with Mrs. Stout's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bailey. — L-nmar Thompson and R. O. Knei- , u ..,.^ Prairie (Caruthersville)— Ben Thomas, Jeff Darnell, Ralph 5nnis ami Clelus Dohognc. Wisconsin Prcw 5255,600 MADISOW, Wis. t(J.P.)— Total receipts of the University of Wisconsin athletic department for the l!1!2-43 school year amounted to $255,393.31, according to the nth letlc board's annual report. •Read Courier News Want Adi. was voted to Victor Malloure, fir chief and melcr reader for the citj water department. The council vot td lo pass an ordinance calling fo a $2.00 poll lax levy on all able bodied male residents of the cit from 21 to 50 years of age. Col lection will be made by the cil nierican Legion Post, at which nie he complimented the white lid Negro county posU for their onslslcnt membership and on the igh mark it has set in state Lc- lon circles. He also commended ic Pemiscol County Posts for their ublicly announced stand in urging oth white and Negro residents to ooperatc with farmers In every possible manner. Commander Complon cautioned against over-confidence in the war ndlng in a short time, and «x- cndcd an invitation to veterans of World War II now being released from \scrvicc lo become affiliated with the American Legion. Dried meal oj coconuts is source of nitroglyccrln and other explosives. The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COLD RAY, the mtdem, scientific wave. No heat—No machines. Drop In for details. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M S. First Phone £532 r, Barbara Ann.' He is the son Mrs. T. E. Johnson whom' he so visited. • • •. F.arl B. Snider, son of. Mr. ahd rs. Earl Snider, of Blythevilie, has ecu promoted from technical ser- ennt to first sergeant, Sergean nidcr is stationed at Jefferson arracks, Mo. Milton E. McMurty. has been transferred from Columbia, Mo., ?ort Hucneme, Calif., instead the Gre.il Lakes. 111., Training Cei ter. as was stated in the Couri News He recently saw E. A. Marshall of Blythevilie there. Gifts for Weddings and all special occasions. Lamp Post Shop Hgwy. Gl, 2 Allies So. Prone 2798 v&£' A REPUBLIC PICTURt erial: "Perils of Nyoka" No. 10, and Selected Shorts Cont. Showins Satur. 1:00 to 11:30. Sunday ,and Monday 4 A Yank At Eton' with Mickey Kooncy. and Edmond ... Gwenn. Paramount'News & Selected Snort* __„ O,'' uttfTMt VM , the O,.R A. .CW> Twsidar after noon at her-home with flowers C. B, C. MEMUERS FLAY YESTERDAY Mrs. R. A. Copeland was hostess to the C. B. C. Club yesterday afternoon at her home with all members present. Mixed Summer flowers decorated the entertalnng rooms where toe guests played bridge. ; High , score prize In the bridge games was awar.ded to Mrs. T. F. Jackson. -Bridge was presented lo , 0 , $20 m0nl , ° WHO DUNNIT? ROXY Bargain Nljht Every Night F.lctpV Saturday. Box Office Opens 6:15 Show Starts 7:00 C«ntlnuom Shows Sat. an! Su. Saturday (IrT 1 i IHf WA1IOP AND SPEIft Of CRIASCD-HGHTNINGl in riiuuuis CUHHCEE.NltlFOJDS ^ Oil owe U to yourstlf lo relax, tn lake a restful vacation. But yon can still fnjoy yonrsetf and comply with Uncle Sam's requests concerning tra«lini and vacates. And yon can, at all times, con»pty with the government's program for conservation. Trust ynur garments only lo the finest dry cleaners. Allow a wffk to ten days for return of garmfnl-and please bring a hanger with you. Travel early in the week 15 u y o n I y w hat you need Conserve vacation ward- rohe with dry cleaning FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTER DRYCLEANING Serial: "Vanfslhing Men" No. 3 and' Selected Short Subject Continuous Showing Sat. 1 to 11:39 Sunday & Monday with Gary Cooper and Joan LcsH< Fox News CMitlnun.-! showing San. 2 to 11;#

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