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PAGE TWO, BL.YtHEVn>LE (ARK.): COURIER-NEWS . WEDNESDAY,-JUNE 23,-1943, Nellft Dickinson,Weds, , I Benjamin j. Allen'Jr. Mr ' and Mn Eilgene Rivers Dickinson announce the marriage „. ,..,_ d»U|hler, Mi» fcelle Dick- insbiL "to 'Benjamin James Allen Jtit son of Mr and Mrs Allen Sr 'Th.e Bedding was solemnized Maj 2(i«at',First .Methodist ChOrch Q[ bteele, Mo, by the Rev Marvin NfWaek.-'pfistor , Jhe couple was accompanied bj Miss Beulali Mulllns niece of Mrs Dickinson ' Both the bride and bridegroom attended Bfslheville High School, from which Mr Allen »as gradu at<d this 5 ear and Mrs, Allen wns a member of the junior class With both actlie fn numerous affairs, .Mr, Allen r was, a member of'the Blythevllle Chicks, football, team. , Mrs Allen Is at the home of her piients whlje Mr Allen .continues hi£ studies nt' University of Arkansas iFajctteville which he entered for .the Summer term * * * • O I E S PROGRAM ' HFID LAST NIGHT The Order of the Eastern Slar will meet tonight at the Red Cross Ltndage room at 7 30 o clock where thej will bu«p<i Ihe evening making surgical dressing? It w,as announced todaj by Ihe welfare committee A program based on the life ol Adah was presented last night when this group met lor their regular session at the Masonic hull, with Mrs Marym Crlttenden and Mrs Haleigh Sjhestei in charge After the program the hostesses Mrb R A Copeland and Mrs J C EUbanks took the members to the drug slore for 1 refreshment • • • DOUBLE G CLUB HAS TWO GUESTS. l Mrs 'Albert Taylor, entertained the Double G, Club last night at her home wto Mrs Toby Long and Mrs % Triad Nlcol as guests Summer flowers were used tlnv^ighout the entertaining rooms where- the - guests * played bridge with high <ci>rr price awarded'Mrs Nlcol r ano" second high-to Mta Margaret Shaver ,. Tlie hostess served sandwiches and Iced, drinks at the conclusion of the games PATHFINDERS CLASS TO "HAVE SUPPER Tlie" Pathfinders 'Class . of -the First Methodist Church will have n pie supper tomorrow night a 8 o^clock on the church lawn DAUGHTER BORN. Mr and Mrs Cecil Maglothll announce the birth of a dauglite Siturday sit Si Bernards Hasp! lal Jonesboro J t The baby lias been named Moll; Joe. , Mrs. Mnglothin Is the former Mis. Edith,Mae Powell of Blylhevlll and a sister of Mrs Clyde Lloyd OFFICFKS ARE ELECTED B¥ FPISCOPAL AUXILIARY Members of St Stephens Episcopal Auxiliary, meeting yesterday afternoon at ,the home of Mrs J Louis Cherry, elected officers for were • Mrs,'HnmaNoien and Mrs. Tohn Blythe. Plans were discussed for Ihe 'op- iij house' to be given Saturday night; July 3, when members will hnv'e their 'first opportunity ol [reeling their hew rector, the Rev. Thomas B, smylhe Jr., who will be installed at St. Stephen's Mission on July 4,.In special services lo be XHiducted by Hie Rev. R. Bland Uttchell. .will also be a guest of honor, together wilh new plscopal- ans In 1 the community. Mrs: Cherry Is chairman of arrangements for the affair. The meellng was closed with prayer, after which • refreshments were,served during the social hour. * • » • 400 CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. ESTES Mrs. Ti;n Estes wo* • hostess to Ihe-400 Club yesterday . afternoon when she had as guest Mrs. shields Edwards. Summer • flowere Were' used for decoration throughout, the entertaining looms where the aflcrnoan wa.s spent In playing bridge High scpre prize was awarded to Mrs. Joe MeClure .with second high to Mrs Mike Yatei, • , For . refreshments,' the ' hostess served home-mudc ice' crcnm am! cliocolale cake » t • MRS. TRIESCHMANN HAS BRIDGE CLUB All members .were present for Ihe final meeting of tha jear vvhei Mis. Joe Triescliinann enlci tallied the -Tuesday .-Bridge Club ycslrday ft-srnoon' at her home. Summer' flowers, were used Plans Tent Revivat Bits of Mo«dy Patty Ahu Green, Who lifts been attending Ihe University of Arkansas, Fayettevlllc, has, arrived to spend the summer here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Green, Mr. and Mrs. John McGlll anil May Be Largest. Boy Scout Camj> Eyet Held In Eastern Arkansas , Tlie • Eastern j Arkansas Area Council, .Boy.-;,BcoUtfi of America, will open their, camp at JIardy, Ark., for the Summer season starting June' 27th; nml will close on August 1I}\. ' Registrations for the-six weeks was anticlpaled to be 500 by council officials; At the present time the registration . is 700 Scouts. There will bo a total personnel of daughter, Mto Nancy. McClIll, have :890 for'the,six weeks. This la the largest camp ever held for the Boy ' for ecoratlons . throughout the rooms 'here; the guests played bridge. High, score prize was awarded to Mrs. Murray Smart with scond high o Mrs. W. C. 'Hlgghuwn. 'Ihe hostess served a salad plate ind iced drinks at the conclusion if the games. Evangelist A'. .T. Willis, a'former niyllicvlllc .student, will cbiiUuut-.a tent revival campaign here begin^ nlng Sunday' night. Th6 minister is 'a graduate of Joneslioro Baptist College, Joiu'slKiro, Ark.; ilnlpii University, Jackson, Teim,, ' aiid Southwestern Baptist Seminary, Fort Worth. _ . / , He has been In evangelistic work for the .past four years nml • has hud several yeiirs experience an .a mslor. : He Is pastor nnd founder f • the Sqcontl Hiiptlst. Church /at Dycrsburg, Tcriti'. • . •. , 1939 he conducted ' a .revival icrc. for the Second Bapilst 'liiirch; now the tinlviiry Bapilst ihurch. ; . ' / ' He 1ms been 11 member of ,thc Baptist Pnstors' Conference nt returned from St. ' Louis where tliey spent the weekend with their son, Pvt. John McGlll, who Is sla- tloncil nt Jelterson Barracks. Miss Belly Adams, formerly of here and now of. North Little Hock, arrived yesterday for a visit with Nancy .McGlll, Mar^aref Crook, Carolyn Peterson anU'R'aii-' ces Bright. '••''•'. • . •.-'/'.,',,,'' , Mrs. Daisy Dickinson, who.^ias! leen with relatives in- Forre6l':CI(y' elnce. December, has an (veil; f6r an extended visit' -'with', Her ' 'scii" E. R. Dlc1:lh:<on and;family -•.'.••' ; Mrs. -W.'.'A. Blckerstaff,' Mrs.. C." R; IlickeistafI and Etta Jeaii -Houston of • Tupelo, ML-is.,, will-. go \lo l Tupelo .tomorrow where they will apcnd several days 'yvltli. frle'nil.'i nnd relatives. . MLss. Houston • who' 1ms been tlie. gtiest of the Bicker- filnlTs for several weeks will remain there. VIiss Mary Jane Johnson Bnde Of Jonesboro Man OSCEOLA, Ark., June 23.—Dr. ind Mrs. R: .L.'• Johnson- of Basett. announce iodas. the marriage if .their daughter, Miss Mary Jaiic Johnson,.,to'. Robert .Colo, sun ft rfr. and Mrs.-R. M. Cole of Jone:!- boro on Pilday, June 1) The ceremony was performed by ;he,ReV. '-W.' H. Watson, Methodist pastor of Jonesboro. Miss Sara Johnson, sister of the bride, was her only attendant. Donald P. Griffith of .'Shrove, Ohio, was best man. Following her graduation from Shawhee High School, the bride attended .Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. Tlie bridegroom, who was reared in JonesborOi/ir associated with his father In business:. Tlie young coi pie ire at home^at 10^ Nortl Bridge SI. Mrs. R. Brandon .and _ icouts'ln Easlcrn Arkansas. :. The cahip Is ' located on the south fork of Spring River, six nillcs northwest of Hardy. There Is 255 acres of wooded lands suit- 4d lo activities Indulged In by the Scouts.. . , At the, prcficiit/time there is a mess hall, capable of sealipi; 225,. an iidininlstiallqii IniUdlng, a liau- dlcnift shop', flye Scout lodges'and the rest i'of' lliL- Scouts will lotlge- hi. leiits. '.,.-'. , •' ;. ; The Scouts villl:swlm and'canoe lii (Spring,. .River, :i clear cold mountain slrcnm. They will indulge in oilier activlllcs built around u program lo^ dtreiiBtlieii minds and bodies. - . '.The stall for this ' year's camp Is us follows:.'Ward Akcrs, Jones- ijoro, cajnu". director; Floyd Pearce. Legionnaires Want Phonograph Records To Send Overseas Americans overseas and stalloned al lonely military and naval outposts need a little music to help them endure the discomforts, so members of the .Dud Casbn post, American Legion, today made an appeal for donations of phonograph records to.be sent theirt.i The records should 1 be in fairly good condition, because wherever thoy are sent, they'll be played and. replayed. Badly scratched or" damaged records-won't-,help much. Persons willing lo give up n few good records for this purpose may take them to Die office of Hnrda- way Appliance Company where J. W. Adams, manager, will receive them. - • Bryant Stewnrl, post command- ly nicellng last night of the Fifth er,'reminded members at the weck- Dlslricl Legion meeting nt Harrisburg Sunday. He also discussed plaits for sending cigarettes to Maj. Gen, Don c. Conley aui/ his men Conducts Revival Tlie Rev. L. Ci. Miller, pastor of .he New Liberty Baptist Church, Is loldlng a revival this week In-the 3npllst Mission on Lilly Street, nils Is sponsored by the First Baptist Church. The public Is 'Hi-' vilccl. at-'ljeron, Iran A 'cei'lincnte. of award . wns presented C.-A. Cunningham for meritorious work in compiling n history' of tlie' -post which will be /rallied nml displayed nt the Legion Hut At The Hoipitals Walls Hospital Admitted— ' Marvin Dcnbow, Dell. • W. O. Cochrali, Bteele, Mo. Mrs. J. H. Johhsull, city. J. L. Johnson, Rt. l, city. Mrs. FYed Hodge, city. Dismissed— Mrs. Mervln Ollllii, city. Mrs. W. G. Ray and buby, Haytl, Mo. Rlythevilte Hospital. News Of WAAGs, WAVES and SPARS Admitted- Mrs. J.W. Cox, Hermondale, Mo. Born lo Serijl. nlid Mrs. J. ,O. Carlcy, city, n soli last night. Mtmplil, MrthodlBt HoiplUI ' Admitted— , . Troy McVay, Dyess 1 . The Rev. Rex B. : Wliks t Wilson. Mrs. !1. D. Nedarpy, city. . Memphis tUpttHt 'Hospital ' Admitted- , \?<y, -.-•- ?;•;'.: i Gabi'lel Mike,;Manila; ' ' : Cllllord Taylor, city. Jesse H. Welib Jr., city. the coming year Mrs. J. ^ McDowell i was named president of the group Mrs Cherry vice president, Mrs I' U Engler, secretary, ano^ Mrs 'COOTER, Mo:—Aux. Isobel Forbus,. who. enlisted in the WAAC the first of this ycnr nml who has completed'.' her basic training at Des 'Molnes, Iowa, hns been stationed at'Newport News, Vn,, Army camp. Aux. Forbtis left on a furlough Sunday night to spend a 15 day Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. It. G. Phrtlow will entertain club Eight. FlUDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Ross Moore will be hostess to the C.B.C. Club. Mrs, J. A. Snliba nnd-daughter, Miss 'Alice Saltbn, entertaining with a linen shower honoring Miss Nellie, Johns, bride-elect. A. E. Huntley went to-.. Memphis yeslerdny. l^iey were accompanittl' by Ann 'Llppctt anil. Jack'Huntley! who have been visiting iit-the home of their . grandparents, Mi. arid Mrs. Huntloy. . - . MLss Atlyce :Nelson, formerly, of iiere ulid now a Girl Scout executive for the states of Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico, .stationed nt Dallas, will leave* .soon for New' York City .where she will attend the National Girl .Scout meeting. Enroutc to her home she will Visit relatives and friends 'In Blythe- vllle. .•..'...'•Miss Molly Guard will leave tomorrow night for her new position' With the Standard oil Company of New Jersey, located at Elizabeth, N. J. Enroilte there she will vls'it her brother, second iJeiit. James Guard and Mrs. Guard at Rockford, ill., arid friends in Washington, I), c. ,','.• . ' -. Mrs. Victor Stllwell and daughter, Oayla Sue are visiting rela- Mrs. Bob Gwynn went to May-, field, Ky., yesterday where she will visit her sister, Mi's. B. C. Tibhs for several weeks, she was accom-. panled by her'two children, Martha Lou antl Linda'Ann and Miss Margaret Smaltzer. Mrs. Hermann Hoffman will leave for Chicago July 2 .when her husband, .will leave for Little' Rock, where he will be inducted : Into the Army. Lieut, Grover Marlon Clifton Jr., Camp Clalbounie, La., arrived last night to spend a Id-day leave here with his mother, Mrs.: Sue Clifton. He was accompanied by his wife, the former Miss Pauline Whatty. Red Cross Plans Swimming Lessons Clnrcndon, Cllne Page, haiullcrnft director; Luxora, water front ' Larry . A. French, recently np- lio'l.nted' local, agent for the Railway-Express Company,'was-n guest at the incetlnt'. He cniuc here June 1; li'pni Canideii and will become n member of the local post. director;, nnd E. P. Osb'ornc, Hist aid, liealth 'nnd . safety director. . The Scouts /-.who will mnke up the junior ' staff arc: James L. ilinmOiis.iiMcCrory; Jerry Taylor, Helena; .Fred Ashci'aft, Marked Tree; Moore Tap'pan, Helena; Ed- ziiond Hirsch, Marvell; George Pine, West Ridge; ' Charles- G. Angelo, potion- -Plant; Ralph , Sloan, Jr., Steve Pryor : and Jim McCracken, nil ol Jonesboro; nnd Ozzie Rniney, Blythevllle. '-.'.« .The assistant Scout executives, Vernon James and J. D. Martin, will both spend ii week at cninp as special Instruclors. n. Morris King and daughter, !Mlss Mary -Maieupii King, of Cleveland,- Miss., arrived toduy for a brief stay with Mr. King's slslcr, 'Mrs. Samuel p. Norrls. and family. They will , go home tomorrow but Miss King will return here next week for 'a longer stay. Presbyterian Revival Sermon Topic Announced The Rev. Woodrow W.'Thrower, pis'tir of Glenvle'w Presbyterian Church, Memphis, who Is holding evangelistic services this week at Firs't Presbyterian Church, will use as 'his theme 'for his sermon tonight, "Repentance, the Prerecnil- si.tc,to.Salvation." His text.will be froiii Mark 1:15—"Repent ye and believe oii the gospel." The services will'continue nightly 1 ' through the week with the exception of .Saturday, night, with the" final service to be held'Sunday morning. . ' ' .The Rev. Jnmes A.. Overholser, pastor, will.return to Memphis with the Rev. Mr. Thrower to assist him with a similar series , of services at his church next week. Infant Dies At Dell Official WiU Explain Provisions Of Act. 70 i All employers who have female employes have been urged lo altend an open meeting . tomorrow night, 8 o'clock, at. the court house, when Act. No. 70, passed at the'last ses- f " in.of -the slale legislature, will be plained. ... This act, _ which changes hours for women employes In most businesses, will,be discussed.and questions answered by W. W. Dean, attorney of the Department of Labor. Arranged'by'the Merchants Committee of. the Blythevllle Chamber of Commerce, of which Paul Pryor s chairman, employers living outside. Blytheviiie are welcome lo atlend, It was pointed out. .Waller Glenn' '.Thomas, seven months old son "of Mr. •• and Mrs. Miles Thomas of Dell, -died yes- tf.rday at Ihe fnuiily residence after haying been stricken 'suddenly ill, Funeral services were held this morning at Emmanuel Baptist Church of Half Moon by the HeV. Mr.'JRhodes with burial at Wilson Cemetery there. ; Tlie baby.was an only:child. Hplt Funeral Home .. yas : In charge, VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL ; A total enrollment of 89, total attendance of 385, with an average dally attendance of 17, and nn offering of $7.50 for missions were the highlights of' the Dally Vacation Uible School conducted at'the Bnptlst Church last .week. Miss Rulh Waters, • church secretary, was In charge of the school which Inughl the Bible, singing, handwork, games and other ehar- licler-building activities. ' The faculty Included 14 adulls ns follows: Beginners, Mrs. GII- berl MfLstln, (superintendent, ."assisted by Mrs. Senrcy Means, Mrs.' Ida 'nicker and'Mrs. J. R. Williams, , •--••• 'Primary department-liiid Mrs.';j. H. 'Caldwell' fur superintendent,-as-' sisted by Mrs. -A.- L.'Boycc, Mfc Bltenbelh Rose and ^Mrs. W. ;'E.- Mellon. . • ••; Mrs H. B. Tillinan superintended the .Iiiiiioi 1 Department with Mrs. K. J. Kearney, Mrs.-C.-. M. Horton, Miss June Wellborn, Dr. Margaret E. Jones and the Rev. H.'B. Tilhiian as teachers. .. '. / WILL OPERATE SUMMER HOTEL '"',•' . Mi's. 1'Yniik 'A. Robertson left Monday for Clayton, f Gn., where will operate tlie" Mountain View Inn, Hie lending liotel.of that "resort, ns she . hns .done for several consecutive seasons. Mrs. Robertson, who spent Ihe Winter here as guest of her bio- tiler, J. S. McCnnls and Mrs. Mc- Cnnts, left Osceoln two weeks ngo In company with Mrs. McCnnts;fov a motor trip to Birmingham and Atlanta before going on'to. Clay- cm. •":.".•' - ' . A few miles north ,of .TUjiclo, Miss., n lire blew out 1 oil the Robertson car throwing them Into i a ditch resulting in severe cuts arid bruises to Mrs. Robertson while Mrs. McCarits suslnlned six broken rlbbs. Afler a week .hi a Tupelo hospital they rcliirjieil to Osce : ola for convalescence. Mrs. Robertson's car was completely demolished. Mrs. McCanls is able lo be up' at her home here. • .- - ., Suzanne, of Bay'.own, Tex., arc ex- liected- Uils week for n visit' with lier.' mpther, Mrs. J. H. Lovcwell, and sister, Mrs. Hugh Hughcy. Mrs. Mnttle Dlllni'd, mother of Mrs. R/ 0. Bryan, Is spending-the summer with'another daughter, Mrs. Franklin Holt in Uli'inlnghnni, Ala,' Miss Barbara Clliuon, who Is a supervisor in (he War DcjMrlineiit In Washington, spent the past 10 days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Clinton. Her brother, Milton.'Clinton of the Navy was also here at the same lime. Miss Gloria Lee Sauer of Chaffc, Mo., 'Is here for an exlended visit with' her aunt, Mrs. George Rntncs while Inking.a course at the Bandy Secretarial School. Mr. aiid Mrs. Guy Robbing and children have moved to shannon, Miss. Mr. Robblns did not dispose of .hls 1 ' Interests In the Robblns Bros. Grocery, but Is on leave of absence on account of his health. Mrs. R. C. Rose of Rose-land ;iast week as guest of her sisters/Mrs. C. L. Moore and'Miss Fun Nichols. Robert .Howtcn of St. Louis Is here for a visit with ills brother, Dr. L. Howloti nnd Mrs. Howton. Mr. Howton was formerly a member; of-the Osceoln High School faculty, several years ngo. Mr'.-, and Mrs. R. n. Jones worn hos,ts at r a small dinner parly nt the . Noble Hotel in Blytheviiie Monday'; night' in compliment to Ntr. ;Howlon. Other gun.sls were' Dr. ind 'Mi's..-Howton and Janies Cos- 011.', Mrs. Jones nnd Mr. Howton vere. members of the Osccola High School'faculty at the same period of time. Wanted! Men and Women Who Are Hard of Hearing To imke thij Bimple, no risk hearing tett If ypU are temporarily Jeafoncd, bothered by ringing buzzing hoad noises due to tiard- ened.or coagulated wax (cerutnenj, try the Ourine Home Method tout that BO :nany say hafl in'abled.them to heir well again. .Yuu must rear better after making this simple, teat or you get yoUr money back at otxe, Aek alwut Ourioe Ear Drops today it Stewart's Drug Store , Continuous Shows Every An Improved design for a bomb fiiij In mass production • will stive enough steel to build two Liberty Miss Betty Butler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Butler, who .Is in training at the Memphis Methodist Hospital, is at T home conval^ escing from an operation • for appendicitis. She • will return to the hospital Thursday.-.. ' .'• ,-'.' Mrs. Thad Felton and' daughter, Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:09 LISTEN TO KLCN »:«• ».m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.ea. * RHIEVE MOSQUITO BITES ' For etings or itches," thoisa moSQuitd tqrmenta that BQ often spdilauGlmer fun", get Meisaiw, formerly Mexican'Heat Powclfer. Stc eke tt, treasurer. : Members Elect- Read Courier News Want Afli. I his r-orm to_Get Your New 'A' Book AmXATrOH FOR HENCWAL OF , f fc. , __ _ _ \fiW«i IMoihMtf bodi tarn Mm (ran Ai talk ™»o<! maun muk_<*J*it'*ttna*\<* on fea ondj ». ««, l, nn, <* M. fcwv fcft- M p»; I ffo •4fin la wHi* iKt M » Ktllm IM* •M Tin tnip*ttio« Acror^ an !• TW HSKOtON IKOdO C At Walker Park Anyone who wants to learn (o swim may do so. Plans have been completed for'n iiroject which will iippeal lo those who long have wanted to learn the art of swimming, as well as thost- who 'desire to Improve their swimming tech- "'(llie. All of this will be free, thanks sponsored by the Classes will be held at Walker Park Pool with reglslration to be Ill-Id Friday morning, from 10.un- til 12 o'clock, when time of classes lo a program Red Cross. will be announced. Requirements are that children Aged-Luxora Negro Dies LUXORA, Ark., funeral of Jacob June 23.—The Richard Johnson, aged Negro resident who made his home here since Luxora was u tiny settlement Wllh only one store and a boat landing, was held from Ziori Cliapel Baptist Clilircli at Luxora June 16. , "Uncle Jnke,' J as he was called by all, was'well known by most while and Negro residents of this section! He was a retired fanner and' when he became unable lo do general fnrmlng, he rnteed truck patches of cotton in town, farmed for the late W. P. Hale for more than 30 years, later moving to his own farm. He and his wife, Ada C. Johnson, reared a large family and his wife, four sons nnd five daughters survive .him.. He was born nl Ab- sliould be over-six years old and have permission of their parenls 'Hie classes, expected to continue for 10 or 12 days, will be In clmrge of Miss Alice Saliba, graduate of Louisiana Slate University an( ] J erdeen,'Miss., and Was reared at who has done Girl Scout work In this city and Y.W.aA. work In Union Rouge, Ln. In preparation for this project Miss Snliba bus been taxing R S|Kcinl course at Ihe National Aqunlic School, Rocknway ""^ch Mo., from where she returneu'ilih week. Mrs. George M. Lee Is chairman of Die program. According to the 1940 census re- liorl, there arc 34,105 farms In New BINGO PARTY Catholic Hall Thursday, June 24. 8 p. m. Benefit of Altar Society ADMISSION 35c .— books will flit out and'mail In formj'WiU'b* »v*ll»ble «t w»r pile* »M rrtlonlni trinlpcrttHon committees, They ar* to ' " «nd Uck eovw of h!» exhausted ration 5SL$LW» '«nn with new book,' ....,' The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COLD RAT, (he ntdtm, M len- llfle fiat. No hell—No iu»- chlnes. Drop In for detail*. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP IN B. nm "uscumbla, Ala. Burial was made nt Luxora. /•YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROMs HOT FLASHES If you niffcr trom hot flashes, dlzzl- n«is, distress or "Irtcgnlnrltlcs", are w«lt, nervous —d lift to th e f unct lonal "middle-*E«" period In a womfcn's life— UT L^dlR E. PlnXhnm's Vegetable Compound. It'B hetpcd thou- t&ticU upon thousands of women to relieve such unnoylrif? symptoms. Follow ]»b«t directions, Pln' Compound Is worth trylngl Paramount News and Sport Short Last time Today 'In Which We Serve' tltli NocI'Cdivanl ailil : 'Beri marfl Miles Selected Short* 6«UND 5»t 197.50 Engagement Ring 150.00 'Air Conditioned For Your Comfort! Enj«j> btlter foods, prepared and •erred better, fri an <«n 72 de- »t cool comfort hi th« Coffee Shop oi HOTEL NOBLE Shopper's Luncheons 121112 In the finest tradi- lion .-*. . give hei* a "KEEPSAKE" . >: . the most famous name in diamonds. Make this store your headquarters for, watches, silverware and gifts for .every purpose.' ROXY lo Nlgfit Every N'«l>* . Saturday. Bet Office Opens 6:4! Show SUrts 7:0fl 8b«wi 8»t. ui« ' Other WEDDING SETS ' Priced From 17.50 Last Time Today Tower of the Press' with Gny Kibbcc anil I.ce Tracy Srlrrltd Shorts Thursday and Friday 'HERRICK'-'S Jewelry Store • CHAKLIE RUOOIM A1LYN JOSLV N -(I AlUNTt KH1 R . LOUISE Bt A VI U txm«J t) WM, KEtOIUV* AWARNlH MM^ NTH N*liW»il Pmar< . 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