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JfMfDAY, SEFTCSMBEft 16, 19N BLYflKYlLLB (ARK.)" COUKIEB KEWS PAGEFTVS District Fair Winners Dairy Cattle Senior heifer calf — Bob Head, Jonesboro, 1 and 3; Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, 2 and 4. Junior yearling heifer — Arkansas State College, 1 and 4; Bob Head, 2 and 3. Senior yearling heifer — Bob Head, 1 and 3; Arkansas State College, 2 and 4. Cows; 2 yvs. old and under 3 yrs. — Arkansas State College 1 and 4; Bob Head, 2 and 3. 3 yrs. old and under 4 yrs. — Arkansas State College, I and 3; Bob Held, 2. 4 yrs. old and over — Bob Head, 1 and 3; Arkansas State College, } and 4. Junior bull calf — Bob Head, 1; Arkansas State College, 2 and 3. Senior Bull Calf — Ark. State College, 1; Bob Head, 2. Junior champion bull calf — Ark. Slate College, 1; Bob Head, 2. Aged bull — Bob Head, 1; Ark. State College. 2 ant 1 3. Junior heifer calf — Bob Head, 1 and 3; Ark. Sttae College, 2 and 4. Grand champion heifer — Bob Head, 1. Grand champion bull—Bob Head, l; Ark. State College, 2. Sr. champion female. Bob Head. 1. Grand champion female — Bob Head, 1. Best udder cow — Ark. State College, 1 and 5: Bob Head, 1, 3 »nd 4. Best three females — Bob Head. 1 and 3; Ark. State College, 2 and 4. Produce of dam — Ark. Stata, College. 1; Bob Head, 2 and 3. | Get of Sire — Bob Head, 1 and j 4; Ark. State College, 3, 3 and 5. j Best dairy herd — Bob Head, 11 «nd 3: Ark. State College. 2 and 4. fFA Booth Contest Manila. 1: Luxora. 2; Burdeite, J; Blytheville, 4. Farm, Home Department I Clothinj ! Household linens; Pair pillow j cases, embroidered {all .white i — j Mrs. Loyd McAdams. 1: Mrs. Sylla Hill. 2; Mrs. A. P. Burks, 3. Pillow cases, embroider fwith color) — Mrs. R. A. Copeland, 1: Mrs. Stanton Pepper, 2; Mrs. Ira Koonce. 3. Monogrammed sheet and pillow cases (white or color) — Mrs. Pepper. 1. Luncheon sets (any kind) lace trimmed — Mrs. Raleigh Sylves- Wake Up Tired? M« 2 TWRS n • "N If yo«i feel exhausted and "drag^o mtt" morning!, try this simple way to avoid restless nights due •o emu siomacli acid. Just cat 2 Turns before tefLrinR. Set if you don't sleep better — feel fresher next day. Turn* neutralize excess mcid/as*. Always keep Turns handy to counteract acid indigestion, heartburn. Get a roll right now. I* *eo*D«wW— otff )O< a S-ntft,. 1S< Ur, 1. Luncheon cloth — Edith Eoff, 1; Mrs. Sylvester, i; Mrs. W. A.'Ko- r»ndo>, 1. Table cloth and one napkin (full site) — Mrs. Koonce, 1. Kitchen curtains (any kind) — Mrs. Pepper, 1; Mrs. SylvestM, 3; Mrs. Korando, I. Applique place m«t» (four) — Mrs. Korando,. 1. Bridge sets (embroidered white or color) — Mrs. Korando, 1. Bedspreads (cotton material) — Mrs. M. T. Moon, 2; Mrs. Pepper, 3. Pot Holder, (cotton set of 3) — Mrs. Copeland. l; Mrs. N. J. For- teenberry, 2; Mrs. Clyde Fowler, 3. Kitchen or tea towels (set of 3) — Mrs. P. Houston, 1; Mrs. Korando, 2. Sofa Pillows — Mrs. W. A. Anderson, l; Mrs. Lee Stiles, 2; Mrs. Glenn Johnson, 3. Guest towels (assorted) — Mrs. Johnson, 1; Mrs. Stiles, 2; Mrs. Korando, 3. Ladies' garments (made from cotton); Sun bonnet or cooley hat — Mrs. Johnson, 1. Night gown — Mrs. Sylvester, 1; Mrs. Burks, .2. Pajamas, Mrs. P. Houston, !. Slip — Mrs. Burks, 1; Mrs. Stiles, 2. Coat (any material) — Mrs. Ray Park. !; Mrs. Johnson, 2. Street dress— Mrs. Riley Adams, 2; Mrs. Lyman Henson, 3. Apron (kitchen) — Mrs. Clyde Fowler. 1 and 2: Mrs. Copeland, 3. Apron (fancy).— Mrs. Pepper, 1: Mrs. Fowler, 2; Mrs. Copeland, 3. Blouse — Mrs. Richard Gray, 1: Mrs. Houston, 2; Mrs. Forrest Moore. 3. Ladies' suit — (any material) — Mrs. Gray, 1; Mrs. Sylvester, 2; Mrs. Moore, 3. Coat and dress ensemble 'any material) — Mrs. James Fisher, 1. Party dress (ladies) any material) — Mrs. Sylvester, 1. Ladies' skirt (any material) — Mrs. Gray. I; Mrs. Henson, 2; Mrs. Sylvester, 3. Any other wearing apparel — Mrs. Gray, I; Mrs. Johnson, 2; Mrs. Fisher, 3. Thrift Garments; Dress (ladies) — Mrs. Houston, 1; Mrs. Korando. 2. Smock — Mrs. Copeland, 1. Undergarments (ladies) — Mrs. Burks. 1: Mrs. Henson. 2. Slips — Mrs. Henson, 1; Mrs. Burks. 2. Apron (kitchen) — Mrs. Burks, 1; Mrs. Sylvester. 2. Apron C.eni — Mrs. Sylvester, 1; Mrs. Stiles. 2. Curtains — Mrs. Korando. 1; Mrs. Houston, 2. Lunch cloth — Mrs. Korando, 1; Mrs. Sylvester, 2; Mrs. Houston, 3. Girl's dress — Mrs. Eldy Webb, 1 and 3; Mrs, Korando. 2. Pot Holder tset of 3) — Mrs. Stiles. 1; Mrs. Copeland, 2; Mrs. Sylvester, 3. Clothes bag — Jane Caspter, 2. Shirt — Mrs. Gray. 1; Mrs. Korando. 2; Mrs. Henson. 3. Pajamas — Mr?. Korando, \', Mrs. Houston, 2; Mr?. Henson, 3. Gown — Mrs. Henson, 1. Quilt — Mrs. Korando, 1; Mrs. Houston, 2. Towels, dish (set of 3) — Mrs. Edith Epperson. 1: Mrs. P. B. Jarratt. 2; Mrs. Sylvester. 3. Pillow cases — Mrs. Henson, 1: Mrs. C. A. Moore. T. Mrs. Burks. 3. Any other useful garment — Mrs. Adams. 3. Infant's clothing; Baby's set (dress and slip) — Shirley Houie. 2. Booties — Mrs. Luther Bridges, 1 and T. Mrs. Korando. 3. Crib cover — Mrs. Henson. 2. Children's clothing; Dress under 6 yrs. old (plain, fancy) — Mrs. A. Smith. 1 and 3; Mrs. Houston, 2. Dress over 6 yrs. old (plain, fancy) — Mrs. Raymond Scott. 1; Mrs. Adams. 2; Mrs. Moore, 3. Child's pajamas, gowns — Mrs. Bridges, 1. Party dress (any material) — Mrs. Moore. 1; Mrs. Houston, 2, Boy's shirt — Mrs. Korando, 1; Mrs. Fisher. 2. Child's sun suit (girls) — Mrs. Sylvester. 1. Child's set (coat and hat — cotton or wool) 12 to 6 yrs.) — Mrs. Eddie Ford. 1: Mrs. Korando, 2. Knitted articles; gloves — Mrs. Moore, 1. • Edging, Mrs. Moore, ).. Doilies — Mrs. Moore, 1. . FOOD MESEEVATIO.V Vegetables; Sweet potato*! — Mrs. Wilma Tittle, Blytheville,, 1; Mrs. R. L. Freeman, 3; MM. Stiles, 3. Pumpkin — Mrs. Stilei, 1; Mrs. Paul Jackson, Luxora, t; Mrs. Tittle, 3. Green beans — Mrs. Epperson, 1: Mrs. Jarratt, 2; Mrs. Sally Dennis. Manila, 3. Field Peas — Mrs. Tittle, 1; Mrs. Jackson, 2; Mrs. Leonard Phillips, Manila, 3. Tomatoes — Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs. Epperson, 2; Mrs. Jarratt, 3. Beets — Mrs. Btiles, 1; Mrs. Tittle, 2; Mrs, Jarratt, 3. Greens — Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs. Jackson, 2; Mrs. Mary Scrape, J. Kraut — Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs. C. E. Lucas, Luxora, 2. Soup mixture — Mrs. William W i c k e r ,. Blytheville, 1; Mrs. Scrape, 2; Mrs. Stiles, 3. Lima beans r- Mrs. Epperson, 1; Mrs. Jackson, 2; Mrs. Copeland. 3. Okra — Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs. Tittle, 2; Mrs. Well Roper, 1. Corn (whole grain) — Mrs. Stiles, 1. Corn (cream style) — Mrs. R. L. Freeman, Blytheville, 1; , Mrs. Jackson. 2; Mrs. Stiles, 3. English peas - Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs. Jackson, 2; Mrs. Tittle, 3. Carrots — Mrs. Nell Everett, Salem, -1; Mrs. Stiles, 2; Mrs. Scrape, 3. Asparagus'— Mrs. Jackson, 1; Mrs. Freeman, 2. Squash — Mrs. Jarratt, 2; Mrs. Copeland, 3. Any other vegetables — Mrs. Jackson, 1; Mrs. Copeland, 2: Mrs. Freeman, 3. English peas and carrots, mixed — Mrs. Freeman, 2; Mrs. Tittle, 3. Fruit; apples — Mrs. E. L. Bennett, Osceola, 1; Mrs. Jackson, 2; Mrs. Freeman, 3. Pears — Mrs. Freeman, 1: Mrs. Stiles. 2; Mrs. Donald Veach, Manila, 3. Blackberries — Mrs. Freeman, 1; Mrs. Tittle, 2; Mrs. Jane Casper, Walnut Ridge, 3. Raspberries — Mrs. Jackson, 1; Mrs. Stiles, 2; Mrs. Copeland, 3. Apricots — Mrs. Tittle. 1; Mrs. Freeman, 2: Mrs. Stiles, 3. Plums — Mrs. Freeman. 1; Mrs. Jackson, 2; Mrs. Casper, 3. Peaches — Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs. Bennett, 2; Mrs. Roper, 3. Applesauce — Mrs. Jackson, 1; Mrs. Stiles, 2. Figs — Mrs. Tittle, 1; Mrs. Freeman, 2. Grapes — Mrs. Freeman, 1; Mrs. Stiles, 2; Mrs. Jackson, 3. Any other fruit — Mrs. Tittle. 1; Mrs. Stiles. 2; Mrs. Copeland, 3. Pecans — Mrs. Copeland, 1; Mrs. Jarratt, 2; Mrs. Freeman. 3. Sweet spreads; Honey — Mrs. L. V. Waddell, Manila. 1; Mrs. Tittle, 2; Mrs. Freeman, 3. Plum preserves — Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs. Freeman. 2. Peach — Mrs. Stiles, 2; Mrs. Waller Wood, Luxora, 3. Watermelon — Mrs. Freeman, 1; Mrs. Jackson, 2: Mrs. Stiles. 3. Pear — Mrs. Tittle, 1: Mrs. Jarratt, 2; Mrs, Copeland, 3. Grape — Mrs. Everett, 1. Tomalo — Mrs. Siiles, 1; Mrs Copeland, 2: Mrs. Wood, 3. Fig — Mrs. Freeman. 1; Mrs. Tittle, 2; Mrs. Jackson. !. Crabapple — Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs. Jackson, 2. Apple butter — Mrs. Copeland, 1. Marmalade — Mrs. Tittle, 1; Mrs. Freeman, 2; Mrs. Copeland. 3. Strawberry preserves — Mrs. Stiles. 1: Mrs. Jackson, 2. Mincemeat — Mrs.- Jackson, 1; Mrs. Copeland, 2. Blackberry, jam — Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs. Copeland, 2; Mrs. Jackson. 3. Group of three, assorted — Mrs. Fowler, 1; Mrs. Wicker, 2; Mrs. Jarratt, 3. Raspberry jam—Mrs. Jackson. .1 Jelly — three glasses, assorted — Mrs. Copeland, 1. Pickles: bread and butter — Mrs. Jarratt, 1; Mrs. Epperson, 2; Mrs Freeman, 3. Dill (cucumber — whole) — Mrs. Copeland, 1; Mrs. Tittle, 2; Mrs. Freeman. 3. Sweet (cucumber-whole)— Mrs. Bennett, 1; Mrs. Tittle, 3; Mrs. Jackson, 3. Pepper (pimento)— Mrs. Stiles, The National Cotton Picking Contest Presents DON REID His Trombone and His Orchestra Gwen Parkt and Don Reid £» COTTON BALL Friday, Sept. 30th at 9 p.m. In the Main Exhibit Bldg.—Walker Park TICKETS and RESERVATIONS Art Now on Sal* at KELLEY'S SHOE STORE-219 W. Main Per Couplt $4.50 With Cotton Corsage $5.00 i; Mr*. JtckMtJ, 1; Hit. Fre«m«n, Tomato (green—whoU'or iliced) —Mrs. Jnckson, 1; Mn. Tittle, i; Mrs. Freeman, I. Onion (whole)— Mrs. Tittle, 1; Mrs. Jackson, 1; Mrs. Stiles, i. Peach— Mrs. Leonard Smith, BlytiMsville, 1; Mrs. Stiles, 3; Mr:. Freeman, 1. Spiced Pears— Mrs. Tittle, 1; Mrs. Freeman, 2; Mrs. Stiles 3. Beets — Mrs. Stiles, l; Mrs. Everett, 2, Mrs. Tittle, ] Relishes; tarter sauce — Mrs. Tittl, l; Mrs. Jackson, 3; Mrs. Fowler, 1. Corn — Mrs. Stiles, 1, Mrs. Freeman, 3; Mrs. Tittle) J. Chili sauce — Mrs. Jarrait, 1; Mrs. C. E. Lucas, tuxora, 3; Mrs. Copeland, 3. Chow Chow — Mrs. Copeland, 1; Mrs. Stiles, 2; Mrs. Jarratt, 3. Pepper—Mrs. Jarratt, 1; Mrs. Epperson 2; Mrs. Freeman, 3. Red Tomato—Mrs. Freeman, 1; Mrs. Smith, 2; Mrs. Jarratt 3. Ficallili — Mrs. Copeland, 1 Mrs. Tittle, 2; Mrs. Freeman, 3. . Group of three assorted— Mrs. Scrape, 1; Mrs. Jarratt, 2; Mrs. Copeland, 3. Juices; grape— Mrs. Tittle, 1; Mrs. Freeman, 2; Mrs. Stiles, 3. Plum—Mrs. Freeman, 1; Mrs. Tittle, 2; Mrs. Copeland, 3. Tomato—Mrs. Jackson, 1; Mrs. Tittle, 2; Mrs.. Freeman, 3. Apple—Mrs. Copeland, 1; Mrs. Freeman, 2. Blackberry — Mrs. Everett, 1; Mrs. Casper, 2; Mrs. Tittle, 3. Raspberry—Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs. Copeland, 2. Mrs. Freeman. 3. Meats; pork ribs —Mrs. Stiles, 2. Chicken—Mrs. Stiles, 2. Sausage—Mrs. Stiles. 1. Lard —Mrs. Freeman, 1; Mrs. Tittle, 2. Any Kind—Mrs. stiles, 1; Mrs. Freeman, 2; Mrs. Tittle, 2. Food Preservation Peas and Carrots Mixed—Ida Netterville. Bound Lake, 1: Matilda Hoi- man, Calumet, 2: Mary Wilson, Carson Lake. 3. Oreen Beans—Rosie Bobo, Calumet, J: Margia Anderson, Holt, 2: Romayer Haley, Burdette, 3. Tomatoes — Romayer Haley, 1: Mamie Williams, Calumet, 2: Willie Mae Broadwater, Clear Lake, 3. Soup Mixture—Ida Netterville, 1: Margie Anderson, 2; Annie Mae Harrison, Birdsong, 3. Fruits Peaches—Annie Mae Harrison, 1: Willie Mae Broadwater, 2: Lucille Tillman, Blytheville, 3. Pears—Lucille Tillman. 1. Dewberries — Beatrice Overton. Burdette, 1: Mary Blackburn, Calu- ment, 2: Mary Wilson, 3. Meat/! Spare Ribs — Katherine Netter- Ville, Round Lake, 1. Sausage—Ida Netterville, l: Mary Blackburn, 2. Homemade Lard — Mary Blackburn, 1: Rosie Bobo, 2: Ida Netter- Mckk* Cucumber (sweet, whole)—Janice Holman, Calumet, 1; Matilda Hoi- man, Calumet, 2: Ella Talley, Calumet, 3. Beet—Matilde Holman, 1: Janice Holman, 2; Marj Blackburn, 3. Peach—Lucille Tillman, 1: Willie Mae Broadwater, 2: Ida Netterville, 3. Relishes Chor-Chow — Janice Holman, 1; MatiWe Holman, 2; Annie Mae Harrison, 3. Chili Sauce—Matilda Holman, 1: Romayer Haley, 2, Rosie Hill, Frenchman Bayou, 3. Catsup—Romayer Haley, 1: Matilda Holman, 2; Janice Holman, 3. Preserves: Pear — Ida Netterville, 1: Lucille Tillman, 2. Peach—Janice Holman, 1; MatiWa Holman, 2: Ida Netterville, 3. Apple—Nellie Hoskins, Nodena, 1: Janice Holman, 2: Ella Talley, 3. Berry—Janice Holman, 1: Matilda Holman. 2: Mary Wlispn, 3.. Pantry Shelves; Fruit—Willie Mae Broadwater, ]: Ida Netterville, 2: Katherine Netterville, 3. Vegeable shelf—Ida Neterville, 1; Katherine Netterville, 2: Mary Blackburn. 3. Meat: Shelf—Ida Netterville, 2: Katherine Netterville, 2. Clothing Men's Shorts—Janice Holman, i: Matilda Holman, 2: Ella Talley, 3. Child's Dress—Willie Mae Broadwater, 2. House Dress (cotton) — Romayer Haley, 1: Ida Netterville, 2: Matilda Holman, 3. Church Dress—Janice Holman, 1: Rcsie Bobo, ,2: Matilda Holman, 3. Tea ^pron—Evanda Thomas, 1: Ida Netterville, 2: Matilda Holman, | Bedspread (any type)—Janice Holman, 1: Malida Molman, 2. pillow Cases (colored, embroidered)—Lucille Tillman, 1: Matilda Holman, 2; Janice Holman, 3. Bedspread (embroidered) — Lucille Tillman. 1, 2, and 3. Scarf or aVnity Set—Ida Netterville, 1: Lucille Tillman. 2: Matilda Holman. 3. Quilts; Pieced—Lucille Tillman, !; Matilda Holman, 2; Sadie Luster, Clear Lake.,3. Pieced Tops—Sadie Luster, 1 and 2- Ella Talley, 3. Crocheted Articles: Bedspreads- Matilda Holman, 1. Doilies—Oneita Young, Promised Land, 1: Jencie Holman, 2; Oneita I Young, 3. Ruas: Braided—Lucille Tillman, I and 3; Mary Blackburn. 3. Any Tow'sack Rug—Lucille Tillman, 1 and 2- Marj- Blackburn, 3. Floral Exhibit Zinnias—Janet Gooch, Osceola, 1; Matilda Holman, 3. Dahlias—Lucille Tillman, 1; Elsie | Car/wood, Osceola, 2; Jencie Hol- Iman, 3. Roses—Lucille Tillman, 1: Jencie I Holman, 2: Janet Gooch, 3. Marigolds (Small)— Matilda Holman. 1; Ella Talley, 5; Evanda Thomas, Carson, 31. Marigolds (Large) —Lucille Till- man, I; Ella Talley, 3; Janet Gooch, J. Mixed flowers—Oneita Young, 1; Lucille Tillman, 2; Janet Gooch, 3. Cookinff Parker House Rolls—Ida Netterville, 1; Romayer Hallcy, 2 and 3. Corn Meal Muffins — Romayer Haley, 1: Annie Mae Harrison, 2; Matilda Holman, 3. Cakes: White Layer — Romayer Haley, 1; Ida Netterville, 2; ka- therine Netterville, 3. Yellow Loat — Janet Gooch, 1; Annie Mae Harrison, 3; Rosie Hill, 3. Beef Cattle Aberdeen Angus 2 yr. old bulls—Circle W Angus Farms. Montgomery City Mo., 1. Sr. Yr. Bulls—Meier Angus Farms, Jackson. MQ., i; William Hill, Cotton Plant, Ark., 2. Jr. Yr. Bulls—William Hills, 1; Meier Farms. 2; Summer Yr. Bulls —Meier Farms 1; William Hill, 2. Sr. Bull Calves—Meier Farms, 1 and 2. Jr. Bull Calves—Circle W Farms, 1; Meier Farms, 2; William Hill, 3 and 4. Senior Champion Bull—Circle W. Reserve Sr. Champion Bull—Meier Farms. Junior Champion Bull — Meier Farms. Reserve Jr. Champion Bull—Meier Farms. Grand Champion Bull — Meier Farms. Reserve Grand Champion Bull, Circle W. Group of Two bulls—Meier Farms, 1; Circle W, 2; Meier Farms, 3. Group of Three Bulls — Meier Group of Three Bulls — Meier Farms, 1 and 2; William Hill, 3. 2 yr. old Heifers—William Hill, 1. Sr. Yr. Heifers—Circle W Farms, 1; Meier Farms, 2; Willlan Hill 3 and 4. Jr. Yr. Heifers—Mrfer Farms, 1; Circle W Farms. 2; William Hill, 3. Summer Yr. Heifers — Circle W Farms, 1; Meitr, 2; William Hill, 3. Sf. Heifer Calves—Circle W, 1; Meier, 2; William Hill, and 3 and 4. Jr. Heifer Calves—Meier, 1; William Hill, 2. Sr. Champion Female—Circle W. Reserve Sr. Champion Femnle— ! Meier. Jr. Champion Female—Circle W. Reserve Jr. Champion Female— Meier. Gnind Chainpion Female—Circle W. RC'-serve Grand Champion Female —Circle W. Gei-of-Sire—Circle W, 1; Meier '2 and 3; William Hill, 4. Pair of Females—Circle W, 1 ana 3; Meier, 2 and 4; William Hill ) Produce 01 Dam—Meier, lad' Circle W, 3. Pair of Yearlings—Meier, 1 and 2. William Hill, 3. Pair of Calves—Meier, 1 and 3. Circle W, 2. 4-H Judging Livestock Judging Contest—'Aa^np Benton, Independnc County. 1 Jimy NJ.U. Iiidpe-::df:nc:e, -; 1 3o I Lewis, Cross County, 3; David i-< i i mon, Cross, 4; Buddy Nail, It d p- endence, 5; Allen Weaver. (j-r°n County. 6; Bill Smith, Jackson 7 Ray Isaacs, Craighead, 8: Aiue Dean Needham, Independence, 9: Randall Wilson. Clay, 0; James Isaacs, Craighead, 11; James Pet- tie, Jacl&in, 12; Richard Davis, Jackson, 13; Jim J. Robinson, While, 14; Bert Cole, Craighead, 15. Dairy Juding Contest •— Bobby Couch, Craii'rrad. 1; Gilbert Holllis, Clay, 2; .lames Thornton, Craighead, 3; Larry Frazer, White, 4; Donald Ishmnel, Cralshead, 5; La] vone Smart Smart, Clay, 6; Bill I CrowK-y, Gvecno, 7: Edward Elder, I Crawhead, 8; Cecil Winbcrry, Clay, 9; Paul Willctt, Craighead, 10 La- venr McClelland. Greens, 11; R ss- siil OiKlos, South Mississippi, 12; Jimmy Bradley, Oralghead, 13; Charles Wilt, Craighead, 14; David Wallace. Jrai^hfiHd, 15; Jerrv Wallace, Given. 16. Don't Take Chances with Colds- RELIEVE SUFFERING ONE SURE WAY THAT Does More Than Work on Chest When a chest cold makes you miserable, you need Vicks VapoRub—the proved medication that acts tico ways at once. When you rub it on, Vapo- Rub quickly relieves muscular soreness. At the same time, VapoRub's medicated vapors bring relief with every breath. Soothing medication travels deep into your nose, throat and large bronchial tubes. Congestion starts breaking up. coughing eases. Warming relief comes, lasts for hours. . So when colds strike, depend on VICKS W VA PO R U 8 AM off fte/t'ef.,. Breathem Reffef Vieki onrf VopoRcb ore **g. ^ade Morti. Shetland Pony Complete with Bridle and Saddle, to he Given Away in Front of our Store. Fri. - Sept 30th Register Now . . . Any Boy Between Ages of 4 and 14 Nothmg to Buy! Just Come In & Register! Accompanied by Parents. R. D. HUGHES Company $ 4,900 IN CASH PRIZES National Cotton Picking Contest Sept. 29 - 30 , Held in Blytheville - Mississippi County - World's Large Rain Grown Cotton Producing County FOUR DIVISIONS Womens' Children's Open Over 65 Attractions • Beauty Revue-Sept. 29th $1100 in Prizes • Style Show - featuring clothing from cotton bagi. • Cotton Parade • Cotton Ball - Niteof 30th Don Reed and his orchestra • Street Dance - Nite of 29th Address All Inquiriet To NATIONAL COTTON PICKING CONTEST Blyrheville, Arkansas Spoiwored By the Blytheville Junior Chamber of Commerce MOXTH On West Main Street in Biytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekday! Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Soft & Sun. 1:00 p.m. NOW^HOWJNG •Mon. •Tues, •Wed. •Thurs. •Fri. September 26 - 27 - 28 - 29 - 30 Don'i Miss It! SHE WHS & TE&CHER TO WAS INDISCREET ENOUGH TO WEAR i TIGHT SKIRT! What happened then could only happen in this big- city school where tough teen-agers ran wild! As a best-seller and widely read magazine story... it shocked America! As an M-G-M picture ... it's terrific, timely entertainment. ^•^ f ft w' fwwiif "BLACKBOARD JUNGLE Glenn FORD Anne Louis FRANCIS CALHERN and introducing MARGARET HAYES Adults 50c-Children 25c mm! v MOX THEATRE On W. Main SL la Blytheville Screen Play by Directed by •< Produced by

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