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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 29, 1943
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS : MONTEZUMA WAS NEVER LIKE THIS! TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1<M3 BAM 1ST CIKCLES MEN YESTERDAY Woman's Missionary Union Circles ol the First Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the following homes, whtrp the topic "Community Missions" was studiec 1 aiid'refreshments were served !>5 the hostesses: Circle One met with Mr. Alvin Huffman as hostesswheii Mrs. Murray Smart opened the meeting with prayer. Tile devotional was given by Miss Cordelia \*ilh!te and Mrs. Lloyd. Sticknipn taught the lesson. The'closing' prayer *as given liy Mrs. 0. W. Affllck. Th«| vyere five present.,'"' " "" ' '•;''• ' Circle. Three was entertained by Mrs. Jesse Seeman vithntae jnein- bcrs present, Tiie study was taught by Mfs.'H; H. 'Brooks'with prayers offered by .Mrs. W. F, Copelaiid and Mrs. R, G.'Cash. Circle.Four met at the, : home of Mrs. Josephine'Wert with Mrs. tec as co-hostess: The 10,present heard Mrs. Kendall Berry .tiacli the lesson and. the devotional given . by Mrs. C. C. Cootalbn. Mrs. C. E. Johnson offered prayer Circle .Five was entertained at Viie home of .Mrs.'Walter Bishop with fiie members present The devotional was given by Mrs. G. J. Walker, the opening prayer by Mrs. M. C..Outlaw, UiC'lesson taught by Mrs. Bishop with Mrs. E. P. Hordlu closing'the meeting with prayer. Circle Six met In the • Mission Chape] on Lilly. Street, with seven numbers present. '.The session was opened with prayer'by Mrs. T .R. Shepherd. Mrs. John Buchanan gave .. the devotional. Mrs. W. J. Rodgers taught the lesson and Mrs. John Payne .closed the' meeting with prayer. • • • SUPPFE COMPLIMENTS ST IOU1S VISITORS. A bullet supper was given last night at (he C F Tompkins hqme with Mrs. Jim Tompkhis as co- iiostess, Hoiiprliig Dr. Anil Tompkins, daughter of Mrs. J. F. Tomp Xiiis who Is visiting here from St. Louis mid her house guest, Dr. Carl Goetch also of St. Louis. The plantation home was decorated throughout with roses, sweet peas and: mixed Summer flowers. The lace draped table from which the supper >as served held as n centerpiece a crystal bowl filled with pinlc' gladioli The four small tables where the guests nere sealed'were centered «lth bud vases of sweet peas The 16 guests Including the family and ojit-of-town guests, «peiil the evening Informally after dinner v ' . t » » PUYSICIAJf, FAMILY ARRIVE TO MAKE' HOME FOR PRESENT First Ileut and Mr? Francis P Mejer Jr, arid daughter, Linda Lee, four, have .arrived here to make their home while Lieutenant Meyer is stationed at ^lyUievllle Army Air Fieldr Mrs Meyer is the former Miss/ Elizabeth Long of SI Pctcislmrg, Fla she and her family arc making their home'at H29 West Ash Both lieutenant and Mrs Meyer long have lived In St Petersburg where Lieutenant Mc>er practiced medicine before being commissioned last September He Is the son of Dr and Mis J 1 P. Mejer of tint city " -^ \~t ' ' BUNCO CLUB DISBANDS FOR SUiHMER''VACATION Mrs Norman Bunch entertained the Three' Quad Club last night at h r home for,the final parly of the year. The evening was spent in plas- ms bunco, with high score prize awarded to,Mrs. Clyde Bunch, low to Mrs. Ira^Walters, consolation to Mrs Don Edwards and bunco lo Mrs Norman Bunch After llie games the hostess served a salad plate and Iced drinks • f • DAUGHTER BORN TO COUPtE HERE Pfc. aiidT:Mrs. Wallace L. Sexton announce the birth of a daughter at their home'on Lilly Street. .The baby whiclvis the first child of the Se.\tons, has been named Cheryl Lee, Mrs. Sexton Is the former Miss ' Frances Boswell. • » • METHODIST GROUP MFETS YESTERDAY The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met : yesterday alternopii with Mrs. G. 6. iiubbard lor an executive board session. The presl-' dent, Mrs.'James' 1^111 Jr.,"presided over the session at which time committee reports were filed. The devotional and opening prayer was given by Mrs. George W. Pyles. The hostess served light refreshments and Iced drinks at the close of the business hour. ' « * t ST. STEPHEN'S GUILD 'to HONOR NEW RECTOR St. Stephens Episcopal Guild met yesterday afternoon at tl)e home of Mrs, IVL. Engler with five members present. ' Mrs. John McDowell, the president presided over the business session at which time reports of committees were filed Plans were made for the open house which will' be held at the home of Mr and Mrs Louis Cherry Saturday night, honoring the Kev. Thomas B Smythe Jr, of Birdsborp, Penri. Viw' Tflll become rector of St. Stephens Episcopal ChurcK July 1. Sharing honors with him will be the Rev. R. Bland Mitchell of Little Bock, Episcopal bishop of Arkansas This :infdrm»r if fair will be held from 81 to 10 p m 4 which tune all EplscopklUns who liye in the Blythevllle ir&'l^ave been inviled to attend. ^~ Lieut. Bennett n. Gocdmnn is attending the Antlfilrcrntt Artillery School, Camp Davis, N, O. Pvt. Deri T. French has completed his basic (ruining with n'i Armored Force Unit, Fort Knox, Ky. Alvln B. Justice of San Jose, 'alif., is now stationed nt Kcnrns. Utah, In the "Pro-aviation cndcl" training school. His wife'Is living at San Jose while he Is in training. His mother Is Mrs. T. A. Merilt of'Araiorel. Sergt, Harold E. Fowler, KOII of S, H. Fowler of. Manila, wns grad- lalcd Juno 2i from the Armament School nt Lowrpy Field, Colo, Sergt. Leslie Deiiboiv, who lias been in Alaska for two years, is visiting relatives'in Manila. B. A. McCann of Mfinlln, stn- .loned at Srtn Diego with the Nnvy, arrived last week for a visit with ils parents. Sergt. TlioiiMs Towle's, stationed at, Muroc, Calif., In the Army All- Base there, lifts received a good oiiduct medal for exemplary ho- mvlor, efficiency and fidelity, it Was announced by the officials of ils camp. Vestel E.. Slldhnm, with the Mn- •ines In the South I'nclfic, 1ms icen promoted to corporal. He Is he; son of K<1 stldhnm, lilythe- rillc, Route 1, timl has been In the Marine Corps since February, 1D42. William B. French, son of Mrs. Jrace Morris, 213 W. First St., lias icen promoted to Inc.grade of cpr- ibral 'and Is stationed nt Slinson Field Air D'ejxjt "Trr.lnlug Sttitloii icar Still Antonio, Texas, lie Is with the 8Vth Supply Squadron, IrT- lucted nt Camp Robinson last Enroll, young French served nt Kelly Field hofore being transferred-, to tils present stnlicn. Cadet Gordon A. Rnmcy, son of Mr./nnd Mrs. C. W. Rnmcy of lily- hevllle, has completed the Bnsic Flying Training course and wns irmliiated June 24 from iiie Mar,na Army Air Field, Tucson, Ail/., nd will' be. sent to another field or the last phase of his training. At The HoipitaU Blylheviile HospHal Admitted^ 1BI11 bixon, city.' ' George Pollock, city. Dismissed— - ' Reba Dlleen Noble, city. Mrs. M. L. Huglic.f,. city. : Walls Hospital Admitted— " ' George Hammpcki/Lux9ra. 1 , George N. Foq'iie, Mnnllri. Dismissed— Mrs. J. c. Gray, Monctlc. Tinn Sue Gray, Monelto. Tina Sue WaBiier, city. Jack Dnvte, cooler, Mo. Mrs. Jack Dill, city. pdenn Wnlson, Luxorn. Memphis Methodist Hospital Aibnittcd- Dr. C. M. Howell, Osceoln. Memnhls Hapllst Hospital Admitted—. C. N. McMlllInn, Stcele, Mo. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Elliott Johns entortnlnliii; tncm- bere of bridal party nnd out-of- town guests nt Hotel Noble complimenting his sister, Miss Nellie Johns, bride-elect. Jvfrs. C. C. Lnngslon entertaining the Town and Country Club. A. D. C. Club meeting with Mrs Elbert Huffman. Supper-party given by Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis George and Miss Mninic KahaUey, honoring .Miss < Nellie Johns, for members of bridal parly and out-of-town guests, at (lie George home In Osceoln. Club Eight will meet with Mrs. Otto Scrupc. THURSDAY'S EVENTS C.B.C. Club meeting with Mrs Francis Jackson. To Begin Navy Course Bill Jpntz, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Jonlz, will leave tomorrow night for Lafayette, ind., where he has been attending the engineering school of Purdue University for the past year, to enter he Navy College Training pro;ram in Hint school. He will be n the Nnvy V-l program which s a specialist's course. The Temple Israel Sisterhood _U meet with Mrs. Louis Lansky, Thursday at 8 p. m. Club 28 will not meet this week as planned, it was announced today. The next meeting will be in September, with plans to be announced at that time. 'Strip Stir" i CUEVHAND (UP) — Nttlonal •AAU btckstrc**' «£wipion' Helen Perry, F givlng up competitive %qUa- tto for the duration, hu enlisted In thc W«T« v »nd it iraininc at Smith CoUege,- Meetings Cadet rtnmcy nltcmlcd Ijlylhe- vlllc High School nnd tlie All Institute of chlcngo, was n member of the Delta Phi Delta honorary art fraternity nnd prior lo enter- Ing Hie Army wns employed as an nrtist for Ihe Allan D. Parson Agency, Chicago, III, Elmer Slon.e 18, son of Mr. Ed- wnrcl 13. Stone, 8CB West Ash St., hns been graduated from the Navnl Training School for Dlcselmcn lo- cnted on the .cninpus of the University of Missouri nt Columbia, Mo. He wns ndvniicpd In rating In a flreinnn, first class upon graduating, Jumes Dewcy Cox nnd Henry Walter Hasllnys of Dyess, Ark., hnve volunteered for the Navy nnd hnvc been, accepted nl tlic Navy JU'ci lifting Station where they enrolled. Tech. scrgt. William If.'Nichols of Kclser, who has been visiting licre nnd nt Koiser since his return from llic South Pacific, is now n pnllenl at the Army Air Hospital at Snlt lake City. Utah. Sergcnnt Nichols, who hns flown nearly 70 missions with » tolnl of 700 comunt liourK as nn nnnorcr ,'iinner, was ODD of n crew missing for (i duys nn<l who were rescued from nn Island inhnWtcd by un- lives. While In Ihe county, he spoke several times nt nicctli)|>s In which he .told of his thrilling experiences which hnve bioiiglit him the Silver Star with Onk Lent Cluster, the Distinguished Flylliij. cross, the Ah- Medal nnd the Purple Heart. Mr.s. Leo Schiclck Jr., of Osceoln. hns received word from her husband, Stuff Sergeant Sclirclck, who Is stationed In Englnnd, tlml he hns been moved, hut Is .sllll in Englnnd. Scriscimt Sclirclck also staled thnt lie had met Serut. Harold Bryant niitl Sergt. Artluir Ayers in Bedford, Engliind, nnd the three Osceoln boys spent two days toeglher. Ark., for n two*wceks visit With Mr. mid Mrs. K. J. Bodson and family who formerly lived here. Second Lieut. George Cross Jr who recently received his wings as nnvlbiitlon officer from the Army All- Forces Navigation School at. Hondo, Texas, Is spending his 15- day leave here with his parents Mr. mid Mrs. Ccorijc Cross nnd family prior to going to nn assignment on llie West Coast. Miss indlii arecn has returned to her home In Memphis n/ler « visit with Mfs. li. F. any and family Mrs. T. i. Sony dud daughter!! Ann nnd ivn went, to Meiniiht, Saturday where'they met anothci daughter, mith who hns licen visit- Ing licr grniulmother, Mrs. w R 'it-ay of Houston, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harding, Mr nnrt Mrs. Mnrais' Gnines nnd I' II. Cutter wo went to neeifoot Uike In Tennessee Inst week for n pleasure trip, will rulunt tonight Statf Sei'Bl. li. F. Ony arrived yc.slerihy lo s|icnd « m-tiny furlough with his-wife nnd family after completing his training as ., Unison pilot in the Army Air Corps al Texas. He will go from liere to willinm Nortli Field at Tiillnhoma, Tenn. Miss Corn t,cc Coleman nnd Mrs Freeman Robinson went to Jones- uoro last week where they consulted will) a committee relative .0 n canteen course to be InuKhl lierc in the Kill. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson spent ycstordny In Memphis with Mr. Johnson's mother, Mrs. J .H. Johnson, who underwent a major operation today nt Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Harold Anderson, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Grccnwny of Dell, left yesterday for Long Bench, Calif,, where she will. Join her husband who Is stationed there In the Army Gunners School. Miss Sue Rnmcy will go to Chicago Thursday night where she will spend several dnys. George Pollock underwent n lon- slllectoiiiy lodny nt Blylheviile Hospital. H. B. Bnrnette has returned from LHtlc Rock where he attended to business urn! visited his daughter, Mr.s. Fred Fowler nnd family. Mrs. Francis Jackson will leave Friday for Mncnn, MLss., where she will be thc guest of her father, H. B. von Kohn, for n week. Dr. Ann Tompkins of St, Louis, who hns been the guest of her mother. Mrs. J. F. Tompkins of Burdette and other rclnlives, Ims ns her house guest for the weekend, Dr. Curl Goetch of St. Louis. Dr. Tompkins, Dr. Goetch. Mrs. J. F. Tompkins. Mr. nnd Mr.s. G. A, Hnlc and Mrs. James Tut! spent yesterday in Memphis. Dr. Tompkins nnd Dr. Goetch will return lo their work In St. Louis tomorrow night. Misses Thelnm nn<l Bonnie Sue Cook have returned from Cohmi- bln, S. C., where they were guests of Lieutenant Holt nnd their sister. Mrs. Holt. While there they visited Charleston, the Isle of Palms nnd several other points in Soulli Carolina. Mr, and Mrs. M. P. Day of Doniphan, Mo., and Mrs. 11. L. Scliecr- er and daughter, Miss Helen Schccrer of Dexter, Ma, spent ycstcrriny here with their nephew- nnd cousin, Mason Day, who leaves Thursday for Sewancc, Tenn to begin his Nnvy College Training program. Miss Wnndn Sharp is visiting hi Kcnnetl, Cape Gtrnrdcau, and Sikestoii, Mo., white on her vacation. Miss Cllffie Webb went to Memphis Sunday, where she visited nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. R. Laymnn, who formerly lived here From there she went to Cnmdcn, Canning Kitchen Open The ciuiiiliii; kilclien nt Manila vlll remain open every Montiny Weiiiicsdny a iul Fiidny throuch' July and August, It wns announced by W. W. Fowler, siiperlntcn- lent of schools. Tills is located in the Hleh ichnul tyni, iiiid is f rec [ o the pub- A shipment of new equipment was received last week mid more is expected soon. People may tnke their food. Jnrs nml lids nud do canning under he supervision of Miss Mlrcs, the ionic economics Inslrnctor, It ims )cen niinoiiiiTOcl. Itfcent isride llonoicil. Among Llic Inrgcsl social nffnlrs >f the .season (s the lea to be given by Mrs. J. H. Lovewell and icr dnughlei-s. Mrs. Hugh Hughcy and Mrs. Thud Follon of Goose Creek, Tex., nt (he Lovewell home on Halo Avenue Tuesday afternoon from 4 to 0 o'clock in honor of Mrs. J. Lnn Willlnms II, W ]i 0 was Ihe former Miss Sue Clay Hughey emiuUlniiBliler of Mrs. Lovewell nncl clnugliliv of Mr. nnd Mrs Hugh Hughcy. The guest list Includes 180 from O.sceoln nml this section of tlic county. nraclvlng with Mrs. Lovewell nnd (] lc ,, llcst of ,, 0]101 . wl] , be thc Imrtc's mother, Mrs. Hughey her mint, Mrs. Tlmd Felton, Mrs Finuk Wllltnms mid Mrs. J I.nii Wllllnms, mother nnd grnmlmollier of the bridegroom. Each will wcnr ivhlto corsngcs nnd nmrklng u, c receiving line will be Hoorbaskcts of pink nud W ]IH C glndioli. The dining room win ; ca tiirc nn nll-white motif with while cnr- nntioiis centering » lc table with is service in crystal nnd slcrlhiB sllfcr pieces that imvc been in the bride's family for generations Tall white tnpcrs will H B ht iho room Pink and white glndioli will dcco- rntc [he other enlertntmncnt rooms. Greeting the eucsls nt the door will be Airs. Chnrlcs Lowrnncc and Mrs. mile Jtickscm, while Mrs John D. Allen will keep thc guest", register. Serving I,, the dlnliw room will be MLss Plnvln Driver Miss Elsie Perkins, Mrs W ' Hunt nnd Mrs. Ed I,. Quinn •Out-of-town guests Invited in- MEXSANA JOIMIILT MIHIfM) HIM >O1 , Dt , The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COLD RAY, the rnsdern, soltn- llflc wave. No heat—No machines. Drop in for details. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 S. First rhone 1532 Meet the Lady Marines, who Irani about everything fro -Birs,-» . „ ,„ „„ „ IV. S. Marine Corns Photos From NEAI ' Hover, N. C.. training base. Pvi. t elude Mrs. E. D. Hozcmnn, Mrs. Virginia Hussey nnd Mrs. Clnrcncc Bozcmn'n of Crnwfof'dsvillo; Mrs. R,. A. Cromer, Mrs. 11. II. Cramer nnd Mrs. Joe Cromcr of Carson; Mrs. J. El. Crain niul Mrs. John E. Crnin of Wilson; Mrs. J. H. Hninjisoii and Mrs. Chnrlcs llnlc of Nodcnn Plnntution; Mrs. Belva Mnrtin nnd Mrs. Hnl Mcllnncy of Kennett, Mo.; Mrs. James Young and Miss Jenn Young of Heth; Miss Mnry Helen Moore of lilythc- vllle; Miss Dorothy Dyess, Mem- iihis; nnd Mrs. Allnu Sc»rnvps, i.uxorn. ' Other nffnirs planned this week include the bridge party on Wed- nesdny nftci-noon nt the home of Miss Elsie Perkins. ..Mrs. Nancy I,on \VilsJn! Mrs. William Bard Ediingloii nnd Mrs. John D. Alloii were hostesses nt n higiit bridge party and linen shower nt the .home of Mrs. \Vi)so;i pn : -Tliui£dny : ! ; nishl; in coinpliment tff-'TWrs. 'William'.'!. " ' ••' * t • Visitor Coinpliincntnl. Miss Iniogcnr; Crnwlcy of Alcon, Temi., who hns l)cen llic housc- usest of Mbs Emily Mnson for thc pnst week, was the recipient of several honors the past week. Among these were Ihe evening ty'idgc'Party given by Mrs. Edward 11. Hicks ami her mother. Mrs Arthur Brickcy nt thc Brickey liorne on Frldrty niglit for 10 giie.sts. Cards were Riven Mrs. Yoll E Whttmorc for highest score and stationery to Mrs. J. Ed Tcnford for consolation prize. Mrs. \v. V. Alc.vniulcr won (he traveling award! A Bift wns prcfcnled Miss Crowley! Miss Mnson nnd her mother Mrs. \v. C. Wilson, entertained 12 guests for n bullet supper nud bridge jMily on Momlny nighl Centering the dining table wns an -arrangement of orchid glnd- oll. Mrs. Jmnc-s S. Upton nssislcd In serving. Awards were won by Mrs. c. B. Driver nnd Mrs, L. W. Walters Jr. On Wednesday night 'Mrs. W. C. Mason, Miss Emily Mason, Miss Virginia Florida and Miss Crow- icy drove to the home of Mrs. J. B. sirlekllng on Highway' 70 nrar West Memphis to be guests at a dinner party in honor of Miss Crowley. Attemls Assembly. The Rev. ami Mrs. Harold B. Tillmnn nnd (laughters, Hetly and Sue, left Sunday afternoon for 10 days at Siloam Springs where they will attend the Arkansas Baptist, Assembly. The Hev. Tillman is n member of the Assembly faculty and will teach in ' the adult division the book by James C. Muir entitled "The Spade and the Scriptures," dealing witli archaeological research in the jBlble, Lands. : There will be no services at, the Baptist Church next Sunday July 4. * t » Everett n. HeiU has gone to Parris island, S. C.. for a visit with his son, .We. Billie Iteid of (tie Marine Corps. I Dr. nnd Mrs. L. How ton nnd ' the toiler's brolhcr, Robert Howton of St. Louis, spent Tuesday nnd Wednesday in Memphis last week on business. Powell Hale, who is farm manager at West Memphis, spent (lie weekend here with his parents, Mr. iind Mrs.. W. P. Hale. Miss June nhoads Wclborn left Monday for St.. Louis and Detroit to spend the Summer. In St. Louis she will lie the guest of two aunts, MM. Arthur Killntn and Mrs. Gus Oaspard, while in Detroit she will visit another aunt, Mrs. William Pnull. Mrs. E. E. Reid has as her guests this week her brother, C. B. Wright of Corinth, Miss., Miss Florence Mnrlnr and Mr.s. W. K. Mnrlar of Dumsville, Miss., and Miss Kathleen Wright of Memphis, who Ls In training at the John Gaston Hospital. Mr.s. John W. Edrington and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. William Hnrd Edrington, accompanied by Miss Cora Lee Coleman oi Blyllic- ville. left Saturday for Colorado Springs to meet Lieut. William B. Edrlngton who has just returned from the Pacific War Zone and is stationed in Colorado for the present. Miss Deity Semmcs is the guest of tier father, P. J. Semmcs, in Houston, Tex., for several weeks. Mrs. Arthur Nelson, of Little Rock drove over Sunday'? to leave her daughter, Jo Nan Nelson, with her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. A. L. Boyce, for several weeks while'she' goes to Canada for a visit with Mr. Nelson, who is employed on Ihe Alcan Highway. Other guests in the Boycc home this week were Mrs. M. Kendall nnd daughter, 13elty Kendall of SI. Louis and Mrs. Winnie Whin of Parnyould. Jiminlc Hill, who is with thc Navy Department in Washington., • ispent the past few (lays with his junrcnlii, Mi', and Mrs O M Hit! nl Marie. Mr. Hill brought as hi.s guest Miss Violet Marquartlt of Norfolk, Neb., nnd Washington Following her visit nt Marie, she went to visit her parents in Nebraska. Mr. Hill is to be detailed for sen duty soon. Miss Georgia MncklAx of Alexandria, La., who is employed nt Camp Claiboriie,' arrived Sunday to be the houscgucst of Mrs. j" Ed Tcnford nnd Mr. Tcaford. *• * • Gives Birthday Luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Tcnford were hosts to 1C guests for luncheon Sunday in honor of the 84lh birthday of J. w. Mayhujjh, Inlher of Mr.s. Ten ford. Centering the dining table was the large square birthday cuke with the figures 1858 on it and encircled with n collar of flou-ers The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Tainp!:ins 'of Burdette. Sir. and Mrs. E h Rose and Miss Elizabeth Rose, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ed Tcaford, Miss Georgia Maddox of Alexandria. La., Mr and Mrs J. M. Majors of Liixorn Mury ' Lyn Meadow*', Mrs.' Peseta of Memphis, mother of Mrs J Ed Teafoi-ci, ana Dr. Margaret E Jones. ie 666 Liquid for Malarial Symplomi. NOTICE lo 17 Year Old Boys and Prospective WAVES (OVKR 20) See Rolicri 13. Harrcll at Navy Recruiting office and secure ])iiss for niiitincc Wcdncsday/'Tlinrs- ilay or Friday, ,)unc M, July 1-2, to sec "Slant) liy for Afliun" with Rolierl' Taylor, Hri;ui Donlevy and Charles Luughton. Tickets may also ) )c secured al Floyd A. White Shoe Store. • Soldiers are gelling a rc;i | IA , I(] (ocl-riddcn li.itllcfroim. Via fcciici.lcs, tlic VCJU 0 or r c 0l cr < iii 1 |!« lliMraloolHi s l 1 tj ll{ ] leilcc 1., * The iimiy | ws /omul thc-a "j" 10 "' 1 , l ;'" l "' lill<!t< lllast "«»y off many civniziainscclVn! borne. JM I'M '',"'/ llle Ili 8''«t ratin. esUUlishcd f or honsdioM insccii. ~dcs hy llm " ' If "Long Distance"asks "Please limit your ca/f to 5 minutes. Others are waiting..." 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