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PAGE TW<? BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1938 Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Uttle Thcatie meeting lit 7:30 p. in. City Hall. Armorel Parent Teachers association meeling at 2:30 p.m., preceded by Executive Boao. meeting 2:<XJ .o'clock at school. Mrs. T. H. Haynes entertaining Thursday Rook Clnu, 2:30 o'clock, at the home'Of Mrs, nussell Fiirr. | Jewish Ladies Aid Society mcct-| ing at home of Mrs. .Louis Lansky,: 8:00 p.m. Mrs. Everett D. Gpo having Thursday Luncheon club. ! Mrs. G. E. Keck entertaining: Thursday Contract club. Micl-Week Bridge club meeting wltlv Mrs. M. O. Usrcy. '•tJlTs't--, -Hiram Wylie- entertaining Thursday' Bridge; club. •'• Altar ' of Immaculate Conception sponsoring bingo party, 8:001 o'clock «t Catholic Hall. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Blytlieville Cotillion Club .hav-, ing meeting, at 1:30 p. m. at ..the ' American Legion Hut, Music". Department :,of , Women s Club ."meeting 3:00 o'clock at the Club House. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. • UileyB. Jones and Mrs. Pixie Crawford having "N" Chapter of P. E. 'O. for luncheon at 1:110 o'clock at .Crawford home. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Bits of News Mostly Personal Steele-Cooter Holland Society—Personal Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Lultrcll and Mrs. Lucille Stephens was hostess to Ihe woman's Missionary Society Monday. The meeting was opened with prayer by the president, Mrs M. A. Massey, after which the World Outlook program was led by Mrs. R. C. Stcclc sr,, assisted b Mrs. P. P. McCutchen and Mrs Curl Shccley. The retiring prcsl dent, Mrs A. D. Abcrnathy, wa 'presented a lace table cover. ' guests of Mr. and Mrs. .Sam amra and son, Kennclh Wayne, ho Is convalescing after an Illness. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Johnson, of cst Memphis, spent the week end th J. E. Johnson. The Rev. William Huffman Is conducting a revival meeting at ic Ulbourn Baptist church. Mrs. Thelma Woodyard, Miss dellne Stanflll, Bill Mimics and lerbert Lawson, of Memphis, unday with Mrs. Ola Stannll. Ernest Moody, ol Dyersburg 'enn., spent Saturday here. „ . ,«,'. and Mrs. W. 0. Alcxande daughter, Mtss Louise, went to Hot, j rc t ume< [ froi* Savannal Springs Thursday for Miss LiU-1 .jcnn where they attended the fi trcll, who has been suffering ' rol " | ,,'eral of the Jailer's graiidmothc arthritis for several months, to take ' Mrs Cynthia Haggard, treatments. Her mother remained ,jj, j orc i a n daughter of Mr. a'l with her. ' . . . .Mrs. Vena Henley, formerly of icre, ljul now of St. Louis, Is in lot Springs for her liealth. She Is tcadlly improving after having >ccii seriously ill for some lime. Albert Ailrnl, of St. Louis,' attended to business here today. Among those who went to Osce- Mrs. A. L., Jordan, who has bee very sick with pneumonia, is son better. Ralph Rushing, who has be under treatment at the Gartlc Ramsey hospital in Memphis, i turned liomc Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Glen accoi panlcd their son. Sonny, to Ca Wilson Society — Personal HIE mm Churches To Make United Effort to Revive Religious Interest Pastors of the seven Elylheville churches, those In the Blythcvllle Methodist circuit and the Armorel Baptist church, which arc to cooperate In an Intensive religious program to extend Into the summer months, completed their plans in a will begin May 2 when a devotional study will bo held. In June, a uiiiUxl vacation church school will be featured. In carrying out (he largest religious program ever launched in this city, a committee of (he Rev. George W. Patterson, pastor of the First Christian church, and the Rev. Mr. Carpenter was named to plan for newspaper and radio publicity, and the Rev. Stuart H, Salmon, pastor ol the First Presbyterian church, to plan for permanent religious bill boards, to l>e erected on highways leading into the city. The Methodist Missionary Societ held iUs regular social meeting Moi day afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. R. Sharon. Ten members'wore present and the mission study out of Aldcrsgate was led by the Rev. E. W. Faulkner. Delicious refreshments were served by Die hostess. The Tuesday Altcrnoon Bridge Club and two guests were meeting of the Ministerial Alliance yesterday morning. The program, outlined in a meeting last week, was adopted officatly after several expansion changes had been made. The program opens this week with the observance of the N?.tlona Week of Prayer and It was <lecide< to supplement this with a concentrated prayer meeting service Wed nesday night in all of the cooper Water Survey by Plane OTTAWA, Ont. (UP)—Airplanes ave been used to speed up a svir- ey of water resources in the wcst- in drought areas, according to a eport published by the Royal Canadian Air Force. Two Air \>rcc plaiies were sent to pholo- jrapli some of the worst sections. ola Tuesday night for the book re- olrardcau Saturday where he im- vlew given by Rabbi Herman Pol r ' dcrwent a tonsllectomy. of Mrs. H. A. I ' , High score was spccla Thieves I>upc IK-alh Witch LEBANON, Mo. (UP) — Thieves took advantage of a deatli watch over tli c body of Mrs. Artemissa Mixer and stole a flock of Buff Orpington chickens, persons in the house heard a noise outside but diet not investigate. lack were: Mr. and Mrs. S. Joseph, | ,Mrs John Anderson of Laurel, made by Mrs. Joe Collum jr., and | Mrs. Ike Miller, Mrs. Louis Apple-' Miss had her tonsils removed at second high went to Mrs. joe nan.., iiaum. Mrs. Meyer Graber, Mrs. Dr. Husband's clinic, in Blythe- A delicious salad B. Jledcl, and Mrs. Walter Rosen-' v j'nc, Friday, thai. VMre. Sims Mlchic and Mrs. Rutli Mr. and Mrs. George Hannnctt, ol Lawhon accompanied Mr. nnd Mrs. Sardis, Miss., havc returned home j Anderson, who were en route home | after having been the house guests " of Mrs. Hammct's brother, W. D. Chamblin, and family for the week III married Vanny IM In- iust lil.i' ymir hif; brother." "AwriKhl.lnil lliciirst lime 1 act like your litllc sister, remember you tvskcil lor it." Blackwood will be Miss Louise Hale, whose wedding to Arthur L. Rogers of New Albany, Miss, will be sol- I Carulliei'sville Society — Personal P. T..A. Will Make' Appropriation ' ; Thc'Parent Teachers association of Larige. school voted lo appropri- late $25 for play ground equipment Fat ?. meeting Tuesday, afternoon at I the school. A: resolution to nppro- [ priatc, money for medical alien- Blvcn Thursday afternoon by Mrc.' tion for some of the pupils was u w ight n. Blnckwood at her Os- : also adopted. ! ceola home in honor of her daugh-1 Mrs. Zal B. Harrison,- president! t cl . p Miss Virginia, whose marriage: of thc city council, made a brief Uo Jetlic Driver will occur early in. announcement concerning the Febimry. Sliarng honors with jNliss' |,meeting of Ihe county council oil Parent*'Teacher associations to bc ! held here' Friday. Mrs'.' Henry Layson was selected summer round-up cliairman. The': quartet of thc Blytlieville •liigh school, LoRoy Brown, Robert Herrick, Colcman Stevens, and John-Harp, sang "Veni Veni" and "When the Day. is Over." This was followed by n skit given by Mary I: Fra: ' Chci and f lourtl ^^'•^d C V n ,resits^esl WiSdl Wuiii."-M". Everett IB. I ^u^eY went to rraits,, and the p.csldcntsjncs I ^ T , lomRS _ M M . | Mrs . w . 'P. Mrs. Waller Rosenthal has returned frcm St. Louis, where she did spring buying for York Store. by the hostess. Thc guests were: Mrs. W. W. Waddell of Osceola. and Mrs. Joe Hale of Wilson. Mis. Frank H. Wesson, who has unnnt spvprfll WCCkS llCTC VlSlltllS llCr viio, iviiv***».| *•" ol'i- L * K "^ • *••«» - t l-i or . o. Alexander S Sitlw"«luria-d to" her home in '« aiid their farm at Maplewood will | .be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. end in Memphis, F. S. Wlnford. spent thc \v< guest of Mrs . . . Mrs. Thos. E. Olrce returned to cmnizcd in Mrs. E. 1- bridc. the late and Tallialcrro, a recent 1'nst Matrons Club Entertained Mrs W P." Robertson and Mrs • ' thf Blythcvllle people who have been 'j. Thos. Mnrkcy entertained invited are: Mrs. C. S. Stevens. Mrs. p nr ,i Matrons Club at the Robert- C. C. Stevens, Mrs. Ann Stevens son i, omo Monday. A three course Potter,Mrs. Ed Stanley. Mrs. C. B. dinner, with chop siiey •- ""• Wood jr., Mrs. A. n. Wctenkamp, main course, wns served. tin '•; week. M Tom A. Little, who Is ill in the, Methodist Hospital at Memphis, is improved today. Mrs. Russell Phillips left Mon- :lny for Na.shvillc, Tcmv. because }[ tlie serious Illness of her mother, Mr. George R. Calhoun. Robert Toler, of Mount Vernnn, III., will spend thc week end with tils parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. 1'oler, and family. Among the out ot town people who were hero Tuesday for (he Hayti Society — Personal V. \V. A. Meets Thc Baptist Y. W. A. net with thc funeral of Miss Mary Hires / theh . ct>unsc lor, Mrs. William Hnit- v«re: Mrs. J. D. Vlck of Brookport, inall Mol ,d a y. Miss McElyea prc- Ul.. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Vick and ' s j c | c(1 d m -hig the business session, family of Carlcrvillc, 111., B. C. ., vlic ,, MI SS Hatlle Herrcl, a new At the Hospitals Lorcne Tnmm, seven, is ill at the lllytheville hospital from a chest ailment. Joe Linebarger. of Lcachville, has been admitted to thc Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs. Calvin Robinson was removed trom the Blythcville hospital to her home at Half Moon Monday afternoon in a Hanna ambulance. William Cade was admitted to a Memphis hospital Tuesday for appendectomy. training period January 23-28 when thc First Methcdist church and the First Baptist church will have training classes and thc First Presbyterian church will have a study of foreign missions, which was already scheduled. The time of February 7-11 was selected for concerted action of educational effort in all of the churches. Thc enlisting of census takers will bc on Sunday. February '27, prior to a training class on Thursday, March 3. Tlie religious census will be taken Sunday, March 6. and tabulation completed by thc following Wednesday. On March 13, an enlargement mill enlistment program will be started, which will continue for two weeks when resident members of out of [own churches, to be enrolled in local churches will be the goal. Thc first part of the program will be climaxed with seven evangelistic .ncctmgs in Dlythevillc, and simi- DANGEROUS It is dangerous to sell a. SUBSTITUTE for iitili just to make three cr four cents more. Customers arc your best assets; lose them and you lose your business. (556 is worth three or four times ns much as a SUBSTITUTE. IEJLL1) Everything for your enter tainment and comfort. Ra^sdalc of Carterville, III.. Mr. |,'Jj,emijer~~was elected corresponding n-_ It" 1 . " " ,. Frage wbs\«ad by'Mrs. Tony Clements. "*»• '•'}' .• . i • • * • / ClubiHas.Giiesl Mrs: A.^R'^-Wetenkamp played I cards with members of the Young Matrons Bridge Club In their party Tuesday afternoon at the home of | .Mrs. .Dixie Crawford.'-'The prize, [hosiery, we 111 to Mrs - Jcssc [lor. ' ' A salad plate was "served. * * * Supper Club Meets Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane lertained members of the Tuesday Gee, Mrs. J. _. Fitzsimmons,'-Mrs. Carroll Blakemore, Mrs.--A. Conwny, Mrs. Bernard Gooch; and Mrs. Clarence H. Wilson. Mvs. H. N. Ar- Robcrtson, Mrs.'cnas. O. Shcpard. Mrs. F. H.- Dlomeycr was In I reduced, Initiated and formally accepted as a member. Thc birthdays of Mrs. Maude I.Jumper, Mrs. -Floyd Nceley and | Mrs. J. Thos. Markcy were observed nnd each received a gift. Miss Alleen Mcaclnnan, small of Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Mrs. C. A. Bradshtiw of For- Uccrclary. pi a ns were made for visits ""' """ " ' """"" "'""* shut-ins and a Y. W. A. year , u u uk Miss Wanda Mills was m Smith. M. H. Lndd. T. J. Epplug- £ lia ™ c O r, the program, basal on house, T. H. Hall, and Bill Hickox, {orc j Bn missionaries, all of Joncsboro, and K. D. Mcln-.b; - - • tyre of Little Rock. ''1;^ At the meeting of the executive 'card cf the W. M, U. held Mop- lay Mrs. William fluffman coii- (liietcd the devotional, and Mrs.-.R. ' Uilhert nrestded over the busi- Mrs. B.'F. Gay and Mrs. Jerry White Went lo Memphis Sunday to r Weds. - Thurs. Japanese chemists have developed a substance 2000 times sweeter than cane sugar. Known as anti- — lar services at the Methodist churches of the Blythcville circuit and the Armorel Baptist church, all to be held for two weeks prior to Easter. These include the First Christian church, the Lake Strecl Methodist church, thc First Church of the Nazarcne, and the Temple Israel, in addition to those mentioned. The second part of the program TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY For Sale Osceola 1] daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tiiu Society — Personal I iM'cacliinaii, has been ill at hci ; I home for several days. Han Interesting Affairs The first of a series of attractive Night Slipper Club at their home j last night when Mrs. M. O. Usrey | . . ^Mr, A. B ; ^irneld were i^^ Mi^vlrgi^ n^ood A three course dinner was served at small tables set with blue glassware. In .-the • bridge games,- Mrs. 'A. Conway was high among Ihe women,. ami Harry W. Haines was men's high. Entertains Club Mrs. M. O. Dsrcy was the of Mrs. C. R. Babcoek when she had the Tuesday Bridge Club, yesterday. Mrs. Babcock used spring flowers for tbe centerpiece of the dining room table, which was arranged for lunch. In ..the -bridge game which followed,- Mrs. J. Nick Thomas was high, and Mrs. Harry Kirby, second high. * * * missionary Union Has Royal Service Program Thf Woman's Missionary Union of the Baptist 'Church at Armorsl met Monday afternoon at the home, cf Mrs. Will Anderson for a Royal Service Program. In l&e-business session, Miss Margaret* Pruilt was elected third vice president to succeed Mrs. J. B Caldwcll. who recently moved Tennessee. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the social hour. whcsc marriage lo Jeltic Driver will occur early in February, is tlie formal tea to be given Thursday nflcr- IICDII by her mother, Mrs. Dwlglit II. Blackwood. in the Blackwood home on Kcisci avenue Iran four to six o'clock. Invitations havc been sent to ijO guests in Oiceola, and Blytlieville, " Miss Blacfcwood formerly Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Edwards and son, of Marion, III., spent the week, end with Sam Edwards nnd family. Hoiton Scott has returned from Memphis after spending two weeks In the Methodist Hospital. His con- dllion is greatly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reeves sr- and Miss Cynthia Robinson were fflackwood-homej'"."""""^ 0 ''. Tc "»" s * hm ^ on biistncss. Bobble Randolph, son of Mr nnd Mrs. D. P. Randolph, entered a Memphis.hospital Monday for an appendectomy. Miss Jessie Ridgley. of St. Louis Mo., spent tlic week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ridgley. Mrs. Ridglcy, who spent sharln , T i lonors with thc bride- bc the guests of Mrs. Gay's sister, Mrs. Ben W. Green. They will return today. Mr. and Mrs. John Estcs, recently of Clarksdalc, Miss., arrived here Saturday night to be thc guests of Mrs. Estes' mother, Mrs. J. G. Bourland. Mr. Estcs left today lor Memphis where lie luls been transferred. Mrs. Eslcs remained for a icngcr visit with her mother, but will join him at Ihe end of the week. Tlic condition of Mrs. Burlcy Freeman, who is ill at her home on Lake street, is unchanged today. Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Gean, Miss Georgia Lee, and Mrs. F. L. Husband accompanied the remains of Mrs. Billie Hurst to Oloha. Miss., following thc funeral services conducted here Tuesday. Funeral services were held there today and they plan lo return tonight. Thc Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Cooley and son, David Newell, of Joiner, spent Tuesday in Blythcville ns Hie guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon and Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley. Thc Rev. Mr. Cooley siiokc at the First Meth- xllst Church last night. liess session. Reports, plans, for the new parilla-aldoxim. a pinbcad-sizeS | lump would make a cup of coffee ' Wcstlnghousc Electric Range. too swcel to drink. i priced low. Phone 629-J. and lirograms lor me new year were rilade. ••••Rev. and Mrs. William Huffman 4nd 25 members of tlie Baptist \W M. U. attended the assoclational meetin" held in Stcele Friday. ' ! Mr and Mrs. R. N. Brasher have returned from a two weeks vacation In Hot Springs. 'Mrs. Rose Myrick and daughter, Margaret, spent Sunday in Mem^his with Mrs. D. C. Owens and Mrs. Cecil Hickcy. Mr and Mrs. Wolf Khonnc and amily were in paragon Id Sunday Calbtibs Help Nature To Throw Off a Cold Mrs. R S. Driver, and Mrs. Hal McHancy of KenneU. Mo. Mrs. L. W Wallers and Mrs. Clarence H. Wilson, ol Blythcville. will preside at thc refreshment table, assisted bv Mrs C. B. Driver, Mrs. James Driver. Mrs. Hale Jackson, Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs. R. 3. Wilson. of Little Rock. Miss Clementine Bowcn and Miss Joy Blackwood. Among thc other affairs planned for Miss Blackwood is the kitchen shower to bc given Dy her aunt. Mrs. J. L. Williams, at her country home Friday afternoon. Miss Julia has been 111 for several days. Mj;. and Mrs. C. O. Gill havc returned from Patterson, where they spent several days with relatives of Mr. GUI. [ akes Training Course For Public Health Work Make Flans For Birthday Fatly Plans for a birthday party to be given in February were made by the Woman's Council of the First Christian Church at a luncheon meeting Monday at thc home of Mrs. - Tern Martin of Dell. Thc party will bc in honor of the birth anniversary of each member of the congregation and In return the members will give the Council pen nies for each birthday they have ' had. Mrs/ George W. Barham, who used-lor her subject -"Little Bits of Lbyc," was In charge ol the de['. votlqfial. The Rev. George W.- Pat- . Lillard Craig will entertain several tables of bridge at her home Monday afternoon. Miss Louise Hale has invited ten tables of bridge players to her home Tuesday atter- noon In honor of thc bride-elect Mrs James Driver, a slstcr-ln-lav ol Jcttic Driver, will be hostess to a bridge party honoring Miss Black wood Thursday afternoon. ttoxcr, 73, Karns Living LONDON (UP)— At thc age o 13 Frank Craig, London Negr still earns his living ns a boxc Tliis was revealed at police cou when he was sent to prison lor tw months lor htlting a. woman. A de tectlve said Craig took on all con ers at boxing booths, and ma about, $25 a week. Miss Anna Belle Bryant, county callh nurse, has gone to Morril- on [or a six weeks training course n public health nursing- nl the nblic health training center there Read Courier News Want Arts. Change of Life Mrs. Maty VATS 579 Ttircin St., » "Onrim: thc Vha 1 tea.i awhilly ticrvou ami ivfjk, iicrcr caret Ui Citl, and wxniU ha s u r h terrftiic head aehe* and hacVa M5<xia!Cvl \TLllt f llv. Tierce's Kawit Prdcni'lioi; jrave me a fine .ipiKlilc. <ioiel< my nerves. ii*l I was relieved eif the hark ache ™i«l Iir.'<!n0u-." Ilnv nf wat dmi ' Millions havc found in Cnlotaljs a most valuable aid in thc treatment ot colds. They take one or two tablets the first night and repeat the third or fourth night it needed. HOY/ do Calot.ibs help nature throw off a cold? First, Calotabs arc one of the most thorough and dependable of all intestinal chrni- nanls, thus cleansing the iniestma fact of thc virus-laden mucus and toxins. Second, Calolabs arc diuretic to thc kidneys, promoting the elimination of cold poisons from the blood. Thus Calotabs serve thc double purpose of a purgative and diuretic, both ol which arc needed in thc treatment of colds. . .. Calotabs arc quite economical; only twenty-five cents for the family package, ten cents for the trial package —(adv.) Also Paramount News, IMclorial i ( Ccmcdy Acimission Matinee 10c & ZGc Admission Night I6u & 36i; REORGANIZATION SALE terson, pastor, led in prayer. In tlic business session, Mrs. J, J. Bryant WES' elected sponsor for tJie Young People's Council to biiccecd i to" s Mrs. Ollle Foster. Twenty-five members. and one guetC.Mrs. Clifford Joyner. of Union City, Tenn., were present . . , | Guests Invited , '* 1 A number 'of Blytheville people j;li»v» bccri Invited to the tea to be During Civil War days, persimmon seeds were \iscd ns uul- ,\e southern states. HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPH MADE NOW Satisfactory Work . iliflw Prices SOUTHWORTH Over Joe Isaacs QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices on poultry at all times. 5 SAVE MONEY AT $ GAMES MKT. 118 W. BUln Will Reopen Soon Under A New Trade Name Mr. and Mrs. C., J. Cos, pro- ficlors of the New Economy Shop, oday issued the following stnle- icnt concerning reorganization of :cir business: "Tlie 28th of Ibis month being ur tenth nniiiversary of service o the buying public of this town nd trade territory under our resent trade name, we wish to hank you for your patronage for which we are indeed grateful, o say that it lias been a pleasure 0 serve you. "Our intention was lo quit, entirely, however, through tJic solici- :ntlon of our friends and patrons nnd after deliberating over the matter for some time we have decided to re-organize with tl:e same management, though under a new trade name. "We shall reopen after reoig.iu-l Izing and cutting down the size' 01 cur steck. although we will continue to carry a complete line ot ladies' ready-to-wear, millinery and shoes. Our motto shall bc in the future as in tlic past, 'Batter Service and Better Values'." Tlie shop will be closed pan ot next week to permit rearrangement of the present, sleek and wilt be reopened with a complete line of new spring merchandise. Announcement of the date of reopening will be made In the Cornier Pnune S3 News. ' —Adv. DRESSES Ircnr Kay. Sp«rt Town av.d oilier sU'.- ,!,.,! hiaml frocks, one and t«o mere S l vie, advance spring mm-lund.« lioKRhl in October (or thc Holiday trad,. bcatiliuil sheer crepes and velvets. ?u •••> values, sizes 11 to «. iow to $1!U5 choice i $7.95 ALL OTHER DRESSES IN GROUPS Sf,.!)n lo S11.75 values, only a fe more davs SI-98. S2.98, §3.98 Sl.flS. Sixes 11 lo 4S - COATS One SS9.75 Mack Coat, she 18, Nnrlhcrn Seal t'ur S39J5 Two Other Fur Coats. $69.75 values lor $29.75 TAILORED AND FUR TRIMMED COATS $2!) to ?;i2.7r> values, $12.95 ANY TAILORED COAT in S24.75 (or S10.95 1 GKOUP SUITS & COATS Some Spring Numbers S5 and S(i Coming Soon:WELLS FARGO I'LL TAKE ROMANCE STAND IN THANK YOU, MK. MOTO ROXY Admission Always lOo & Z6o Show every night. Matinees Friday, Saturday & Sunday Only. Friday & Sunday Matinees star| Z:I5 p.m. Saturday Continuous showing from 1 to 11:10 p.m. Night shows start 6:45 p.m. Orcnc Hi.d Satin Hlouses-52,19 (o 32.95 Values. Choice SI.nil and si.sa . . . . f)<)C 7!lc ...,8flc ...SI.Oil PAL NIGHTS'. Weds. - Thurs. 2 adults admitted for the price nl 1 2 children admitted for price of 80c Admiration Hosiery . Sl.l") Admiration. Hosiery SI.25 to SI.35 Admiration HATS, no Felts over .... NEW SI-RING STRAWS and I'AIi- UICS S2.G9 to S2.95 Values, $1.98 ami §2.49 SILK SLIPS Miss New York and other brand.-,. $1.!IS to S2.10 numbers, lace and tailored styles, next few days only, cri'iie nnd sal in • * liil!1 Any Skirt or Sweater in the ll misc ' u |, to §5-95 Values—S1.98 SHOES STYL-KEX Shoes, Black, Rrown & Bine, sizes 4'/i to 9'/ 2 S«.t>9 Sncdes Black Kids MODE ART and other brands, regular 55.50 to S6.00 val., including white shoes ALL BROKKN SI/ES Black, Brown. Navy, Combination and Whiles to SI.98 close o«l at NEW ECONOMY SHOP INGRAM BLDG. THONE

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