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PAGE TW<? BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 193K Social Calendar THURSDAY'S feVENTS Mrs. J.: Louis Clierry having the MW-Weefc.< Bridge blub. ' Thursday Afternoon Cltib meeting wilh Mrs.' Eddie Receiibld. Mrs. Ross D. Hughes entertaining the Thursday Luncheon Club. Thursday CofitVact Glut) meetinc with Mrs. F. 13. Joyiter. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Slated "meeting '6. E, S, al 7:30 p. rii. ;at'Hie Hall. \Yornan's' Club having general ii'ieetirt's at clttb lioiisc at 2:30 o'clock following executive board \ luncheon. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Wiib.HaS Guest Mrs. Charles Pcnu played cards lyith members o! the Tuesday Bridge Club when they were entertained with the weekly lunch- coh arid bridge E<iii>e al the home of Mrs. Floyd A. White. In thc bridge Barnes Mrs. W. D. Chamblin was high, ami Iiivs, Penn, second high. • * * Has Club Party Valentine tAlllcs gave a holiday atmosphere to Ihc nftemoon party or the Young Matron's Club which met yesterday at the home, of Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Besides the iAemLx?rs, Mrs. Charles Crlggcr. jr., and Mrs. Eddie RDgenold were BUcsls. In the bridge- games Mrs. Riley B. Jones won the club prize, towels, and Mrs. C rigger received a similar gift for 'the finest tnv.ird. Following tho card games, the hostess servel a 'desert, plate. * * * Is Given Surmise Birthday Luncheon. Mrs. M., G. GoodH in was jiiiesi. of honor at a surprise bvid»c hm- ihcon sriven yesterday by Mrs. S P. Mnrtin who -'included members of their bridge club and seven altieV guests at the' affair. Mrs. H. Lynn Wane was pres- 'crtl for luiicli and other guests who remained tor .the bridge games, 'were: Mrs. Edwin Robin son, Mrs. W. S. Lm'igctoti, Mrs, A. 'B. Holland, Sirs, \V, T. Otersl, Mrs, C. E, Wilson mid Mrs. B. F "Gay. ' The guest of honor was showered with gifts cf handkerchiefs before the bridge csrtits. Osceola Society — Personal ,11:llio:Iit( Circles Meet Mrs. J. A. I'Jgu, with Mrs. II. D. Jones, Mrs. Lee Maxwell and Mrs. C. W. Watson sis co-hostesses, entertained Circle "A" of thc Meth- cdist Missionary society Monday afternoon nl her home when iilne- tern were present. Mrs. B. C. Mcoiehead spoke on the Aldors- ;gate Commemoration a't this 'cir- ,clc and nlso at circle "B" in 'the , iiomc of Mrs. Harwell. The recre- atiolin) hour was in charge of Mrs. Susie Reiser. Circle "Be" with twenty-six members heard Mrs. Ijp.mes Clwnltncy In ft reading, an-S (engaged in Rfitncs under the 'direction of Mrs. j. F. neinmiHcr. ! Hostesses nt this circle were Mrs. S. V. Frostier, Mrs. Cap Wiseman, Mrs. R. C. Moorchead, and Miss Nrll Rhodes. * » + Mrc. Frank Williams Hostess Fifty members of the Baptist Vv. M. U. heard an interesting pro- fjrain on the "Dawn of n Golden Year" in special observance of the fiftieth year of Southern W. M. U., led by Mrs. John Douglas in the hoi'nc of Mrs. Frank William's on Moiiday. Those appearing on 'the program we're Mrs. K. J. Kcaiiiey, Mis. huDi Hale Carlisle, in the! lialc hotaVe on Elizabeth avenue I Tuesday Bflcrnooji, with eight tables playing. A color motif of pink and white was used in decorations, and the two course menu served. A miniature bridal party occupied thc center of the lace covered dining table, with while candles In pink candelabra, and vases of pink gladioli at each end of tlic tflblc. Potted Cyclamen, (ted with Immense bows of pink sslln ribbon wefc used in the living rooms. High score award, a white card table, was won by Mrs, Guy Bry- aiil. Other prizes were won by i Mrs. D. S. Lancy, Mis. WclOy I Young, Mrs. 11. P. OhlcnJorf, and '' Mrs. Milton Pope. The honarca was presented a pair of pink and ifitni notidolr lamps. Mrs. Ma Tucker and Mrs. J, Donmi were tea guests. Famous Hct* Thdrsilay John MontlcUi, nalioiiiil- "H'cll, I btow what mv niotltcr'd do-slic'd iv.iiliout liislicak'willi soap." '*•*•. John A. Edringtoi), . Mrs. . P. ....... ly known lecturer, singer and naturalist of Hollywood, «nrt New York, Is scheduled io give two lectures here Thursday under the sponsorship 'of the Progressive Mrs. John Edrington, Mrs. D. E. Werlz and Mrs. W. IE. Hunt arc in charge 'of arrangements, Tlic .lectures to he given at tlw high school include one at 2:3(1 o'clock Thursday afternoon for the special benefit of .school children of Osceola, Lnxora. Kciscr, Hatcher, \Vllson and Shawnec, entitled, "Children- of the Sun," in which lie will use native 'costumes, pictures, and songs to iSortray t!)e lives .of Western Indian's. Thmsday night's lecture is CRljed. "Sun and Silence in Death Valley," snd pictures a land of silence and 'endless time, shifting sand dunes, ni'incral inonritains and plant and animal lite. Caruthersville And Hayti Cagers Divide CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. Jan. O.—Thc basket ball teams of Hay(I and Caruthersville had two ex- clling games here lust night when the Hayti girls won over the locals, 18 to 15, and the Camthcrs- ville lioys won, 21 to 20. In both games, the scores were within tivo points of each other until the flus! moments of the games. . . . M. Sftiigster, and Mrs, P. E. Tofe' Hayti Society — Personal Bits of News Justly Personal Er.tly Gotchfr Gives Parly. Miss Betty GOtcher entertained with a party Friday evening Games and cojirfets \Vcre hold arid the hostess' tnolher, Mrs. ftclle Golchtv, served sandwich'cs, cookies and hot chocolate. Mr. .Mid Mrs. D. A. Hedge and children were in Bragg City Sii'.i- Jay visitinc IliMi 1 'daughter, Mrs. Holt, and Mr. Holt. Crockett, nixl Mrs. James T. nan- 1 dall presented the program. Mi's. W. E. Pigg. Misses Hobble Cowan, Mildred Swan and Flbf-i".y eite Powell ntfctulcd the study'" 'course of Die" Woman's Missionary j "i° SMlcly a't the Blythcville church | Monday. Bob Robertson has returned Irorn . , , . . kiiis. Tile 'hymn for the year cii- ,..,„,, ' m!cd ' al " B « s .' a :d" ct «» (iM '' w Mrs. K. J. Kear- Ahr special rmisical trio by Jean Chiles, Doris Mr. Monlcith's Ycriinrlcs arc Interspersed with songs, drama, and colored pictures. * * * Mrs. E. s. Crihticld, who has been a patient in thfe Baptist hospital in McirfpViis for 'the past month for n major operation, was brought home Sunday night inucl McD carman trumpet was presented Mrs. J. J. sen. Merrill polk left Saturday for Fort smith, where he will accept ' ary. Souvenir programs written on gclden trumpets were given each .1 position with thc Ytelia'nce Life ""^ Pvcscii'l by Mi.-,. Douglas at insurance company. Mrs. I'olk 's i!rc beginning of the pvog'mm. Miss remaining with Mrs. J. T. Polk for • Helen Williams and Mrs. Scarcy several weeks. Mrs. U. H. nobertson The Rev. w. Henry Goo.-lloe, of logcrs, is leaching "The Chinch nd Its Work" in tho training school Joiiig held at the First Methodhl, "luirch, hcgiiuiing Sunday, He is » brotliei'-in-laiv of Jeff Roland. Methodist Preachevs Conduct Radio Program Methodist preachers in Blylhe- illc and vicinity have started a ieries of prc-Enster radio broad- :ast.s ever KLCN, the first of vhich was eiven last week. The Rev. H. Lynn Wade, pastor of trie First Methodist church here arid senior metliodisl pastor of this Town Prefers Back Door To Liquor Store ETOUGJ1TON, Wis. < UP) — City officials had lo put a back itosr mi ! their city-owned licpior store to make it a paying proposition. Although the store had a mo nopoly on Stouglilon's liquor business and reduced prices below those of private dealers in nearby cities its business was "In the red" foi the first few months of operation 'Jhen Sam Telsberg, o|»rator of the store, discovered that potential customers stayed away because they feared the neighbors might see them coming or going from the establishment. Teisberg solved tliai problem by moving the store into a hcte building. A side door connecta the store wilh the hotel lot Stoughton liquor consumers i._._ had been passing up the store found they could walk into the hotel lohbj and duck into the spirits disp=nsar> before they were noticed, "The store started showing profit right away, and we arc cloln better all the time." Telsberg saic "The folks here like their liquoi section, introduced the other pas- but they don't like to admit it t tors in the first broadcast last Friday morning. The second pro- Warn will uc given Friday morning from 10:15 until 10:45 o'clock. For the first program, the Rev. . H. Holt of this city, who is pnstor at Riverside, Garden Point and Tomato, spoke briefly. This week, the Rev. A. W. Harris, pas- ior n't Premised Land and Yarbro, will speak-. On February Fourth, the Rev. George McGehey will be in charge. The program on Feb- their neighbors, has been coming One fellow. w!i in every clay fo The Snilic Fay and Barbara Fought Over over a year, always stops to ex plain that he is buying the liquo for a friend — (liat he never touches it himself." Bright-eyed Dion Anthony Fay, 5, above, has a smile that would win any heart, and U was for a chuncc to see the boy three times a week that Frank Fay successfully battled his movie star ex- wife, Barbara Stanwyck, In a . custody battle. Bored Hollywood gasped as verbal bricks were exchanged and when Robert Taylor was mentioned, but l<ion wasn't worried. He's interested in lallypop shoppins every Saturday'. with. Papa-Fay. Since' I9i8. mort than cnc and a ouaiier/million houses have been built in England, providing homes ior five or six million Oberlin College Plans Another Peace Congress ODERLIN, O. College students (UP) — Oberlin and rcpresonta- the Rev. i (ives from 14 other Ohio colleges Luxora. | and universiUcs will attend a spent the week end their brother, Mr. W. E. Hunt ami Mrs. Hunt. ruary 11 will be given by IV J. T. Kandle, pastor at n!n% R r' S ^' f™ 0 ,' 1 l>ast01 ' of |)cacc coiigf^s V "to be"heid at the ak Fcbtimrv ift^rjli Fo\v *'"'' C0lk ' ee hcro Fcb ' 14 and ' s thc The present 'day worth of Hie chemicals in an average man's body is n little more than $45. Five years ago, they were valued at about $85. Ml '' Ew '' M Rettl J. T. Pclk attenrtc<l thc County j y . iAlcycr.? \vero enrolled as ncv/ mem- ,. f ; n and Mrs. I tars. Mrs. Wil'liate was nss'lslecl ' ' t ° e cwmty by Mr. 6. E. Bu'tler, Mr. J. L. Wi'V- i '"U™ Council P, T. A. meeting in Blylhc- ville Salurila'y. Mrs. B. C. Smith, wlw !ja's been ill from innueiiza since Saturday is much better. Miss Frances Little returned Hi is morning to Columbia, Mo., v.'iierc the is a stu:lciit at Christian College, after a week's visit with her parents, : Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little, iir,. Little, who has been ill n't the Memphis Methodist 'Hospital for two weeks, is steadily improving. Miss Virginia Little,' who lias nlso been attending that school and who returned home with her sister, will remain here. W. L. Horner is attending t c business in Kansas City (bis sveck Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ward left Mils morning for Port Meyer, Fla. They plan to be gone for n month or slit weeks. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wallace an:l Mr. and Mrs. Prank Grigsby were in Memphis Tuesday night to hear Jan Garber at the Orpheum , Ike Miller, who 3s ill at his home fro;.-, p'.surisy, is now much proved. Er. Carl it. Nios is ill M his home from lumbago. Airs. B. F. Potter left Mondaj Tor Tama, Art;., wliere .vtic ivii visit her sister, Mrs. 1). T. Blcd- EOC. aecrgc \V. Barham is in Ken- nelt this afternoon on business. Mrs. Henry nridrftan. wiib has been in Memphis \\-ith Mr. Reidman, who is ill from pneumonia Rnd complications at the Memphis Baptist, hospital, is home today, 'for a brief vfejt. Me&srj. Jean ChaVivin and Benny Jack Hall were in "Parrtin Stiii- dhy Svlth frlehds. ''Mr. and Mrs. Gracly Tanner re- lumed to 'their home at Stivaniiah, Tom., Monday after a visit with Mrs. Tenner's parents, Mr. and Airs. Kn'rvie Price. ........ „ ^lr. and Mrs. J. L, Wrighi and Term., with Miss Lucilc "Bradshnv.'.JKaH aijnounccd by°ihe"paJstoi"'tlie Mi-, and Mrs, Ed Thomas were in I Mrs. Clyde Worley is ill from | RCV. James McBridc today ' £a'A Prairie Sunday as guests ot hifluenza at her home. j . ', N'ew Liberty Ncw$ . Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Stcphenson fnrnl Ihc week end in Ririgely, Hams and lArs. J. W. McClenUoh as joint hostesses. ' '"'. * - •* K;;vival Meciinj .Revival services at the Assembly of'God cluirch were begun Snnrtjry ntBht by the Rev. Woodrow iVIc- Bride 61" bycrsbuii;. Tennessee, it, Mrs. J. E. 'TliomiiK. Mr .and Mrs. Hayforcl G[iijanki| Beech Dimklin of San An'tonio,;announce the birth of n daughter) RH^ Vex., nrrivcrl Saturday to be with 0;1 January W. 'She bus been nain- his mother, Mrs. Anna Uunklin, cd Wiiucy Ann. ;ho is ill, iv'nd his livolhcr, WiUyl Mr - nn <! Mrs. B. R. Aycock hhve Ounlrlin. jnrmouiiccrt 'the lilrlli of a son a't Mrs. Bill Wiigner whs I a ten to' (llc Il0!llc of W rs - Aycock's moihcr, i hospilal nl Cu])e Girardcaii Snn-i Ml > Be " Pfichanl. lay and midcrn-hit an appeiulcc- v , Misscs Jc!ln Annantrou'l and iom'y Monday. \Tr. Wagner was mth her (lie first of the week. Carl Sigler. who has been work- 1 ing with thc government fleet 'out if Memphis and Little Rot);, nr- tivcd Sunday to visit his wife.. Howard Mayes of Fayetlevillo, Ark., Is here visiting his mother. Mrs. Uorn M.iyes, and his grandmother, Mrs. Mollic Dorris. compliment, to two popular ' clal brides-elect; Virginia Blackwood and Louise Hale. A color scheme of 'yellow was carried out with Jarrall spent Sunday wilii Miss Ethel Armanlrout in Lench- \111c. tei. 'aVid Mrs. n. "Gnn'c'll «nrt faihily have moved to their home here. ( Mr. ahtl Mrs. J. R. Aycock and family have 'moved to Gosiicll. Scout News 'Boys Girls Russell Phillips today on business. in Memphis Charles Pprry and J. p. Holhnd were in fcropklnsville. Ky.. over the weekend. They were accompanied home Sunday by Mr. Holland's Erandfatficr. -3. C. Thurmorxl. w Will visit "here for t^- 0 weeks. . J. T. Hall, who has fex'ti Kernar.rJo. Mis;., is in Blythevillp today. tverett B. Gee 13 attending [ 0 tnisiness in Memphis today. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. 'B. Picharelson who have befit m.iV.ins; thr.jr Ijo with Mr. and Mre. Carl Davis liaw. taken an apartment, nf tlic G. ir. Ma'tthcW at 1117 w Ash '{.(feet Demonstrations of the iirlnciplcs.' ot icoulliij; were shown at a mccl- ; t\S ot the Girl Scout Trco|) 7 at the First Presbyterian church Tuesday night. Helen LaShot gni'o a demonslra- lon of first airl, follovviiii; which Marj- Helen MOoorc and i/.\ Fe'tra May sent and received a message hi semaphore code. Tlic Cherokee iwlrol which is made tip of Mary Reichel, Jean Baxter. ^Marjoric Smith, Marjorlc Stevens aTnl Jacc\uc Smith illustrated the usrs oi thn compass. Mary Lynn Jackson presented a flag demonstration. Vies Allyce Nelson 'conducted the invcslurc ceremony when Mary Helen Moore, La Pctra May. At the hospitals A daughter was born last nigli't, at the Blythcville hosiiilal to Mr. and 'Mrs. Harry suttoli. Mrs. sutton was removed to the hospital last night in n Coub 'ambiilnncc. tJl'rcy Creaey, ol Dell, iva.s removed 'to the Blythcville hospital last night in a Cobb ambulance. Scouts To Receive Merit Badge Awards Merit badges will be awnrdrd a number of the 12S lc:a\ Boy orouts in a court of honor, to 'be held Tliiirsday niglil a't the city hall. Floyd A. White, chairman of tlic court cl honor, will preside. Masons Meet Thursday Tlio Chtckasuvba Indpc Mo. .35 "f the F. & A. M. will meet. if. rctfuhr ccrrimunicalion Tliursdny night. Tliere will be work in 'the iaig lloslcsr Jtiha Lillard i i al the Hoilslon aiic! tArs, Charter, Hampton 'rjjc'nl' 'the week end with Mis. Ha'rnp'to'ii's paVeriUs, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bretherick In Marlon. Tlie tijeakers for March will be announced later. Read courier News Want Ads. Ivy W. Crawford Talks' To B. & P. W, Club Ivy W. Crawford. Mississippi County representative, was (he principal speaker at the meeting of 'to seven tables of bridge! 1116 Bllsln ?ss. "™1 Professional Won't her home on Monday in spc- Inillls cllll) Mon(la V »'Sht at the clal comli, 1Ictcl Not)lc ' Crawford used for Bell Within the United states.' Miss Cora Lee Coleman, a mcni- biiskets nnd vases of yellow 'glad- V," °. f thc °. 1 '8 anl: ' afi <'n, talked on oil. Bride and groom' tallies were "« Constitution of the United ' ' to Vfrs. Jr., 'for second hlgli rcflre. Miss Blackwood won n vase Tor low \. p. . -, —........... Ppffer. well-known ^flarnsey, pastor jaiithority on the Far East, will be "" " '" amcng the speakers, lie will discuss the general subject "We are 'moving toward war." Oberlin. a leader in peace movements, iiiis held several similar meetings previously. Calotabs Help Natur,e To Throw Off a Cold WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Wilbul Calomel—And You'll Jump Out of Bed m (he Pilsrning RanY 16 Co The liver slioiild pour out two pounds of ' liquid lji!e intoVoui-bowcls dally. H this liile (snot flowing freoly.youKmdrtocsn'ldfKest. It just decays in Ihc bowels. Gaa tloala up your swrtiacl], You set constipated. Your V.'hole eys't&m ia noisonefl and you "Jcclfibur, Bunk and Ihc world looks ]mnV. A mere boivel inoYemetit doesn't get at the cause. H takes those KOod, old Carter's Little Liver Pills to irct these two'po'u'nds of bite Row ing freely and nuke you fee] up nnd up." Harmless, gentle, ytt amai- InC m makms-bile floiv freely. Ask for Carter's LHtle Liver T>ilb by biuDUornjy refuse anytbimr c Millions have found in Cnlolabs a most valuable aid in the. treatment of colds. They take one or two tablets the first night and repeal the third or fourth'night if needed. How clo Calol.ibs help nature ihrow off a 'cold? First, Calotabs arc one of the most Tnorough rind dependable of all intestinal climi- nanls, thus cleansing 'the- inies'tifwl tract of the virus-laden muciis and toxins. Second, Calotabs are diuretic fo the kidneys, promoting the elimination of cold poisons from tlie blood. Thus Calotabs serve the double purpose of ,1 purgative and diuretic, Ijotli of which nrc needed in the treatment of colds. Calotabs are quite economical; only twenty-five cents for Ihc lamily package, ten ceiits for ihc trial package.—fadv.) i?!; J' car wllich fe " Our Town's Business." ~ : ' •score, while each honorco was prc-'J -Chle.l a candy jar ns a gift. ^ » ^ ir. J. H. I.dven'c'll Entertains Potted Cyclamen in the living and dining room, and vases of Christmas Jasmine of 'each table, made an attractive selling for the bridge luncheon eiyen by Mrs. J. H. Lovcwcll on Friday. First prize went to Mrs. J. I,. Ward. Giiests were Mrs. Hhcba Davidson of Un- lonlown. Alabama, Mrs. Hush Craig, aii.1 Mrs. C. E. Sttllengcr. • • * Kpi:rop.il Services The Rev. C. C. Burke, of Mari- nnna. paster of Calvary Episcopal Churcli here, held Communion Saturday morning laid services Sunday night. He was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cromer. vcturn- inu to his l-.pinc Monday morning. • * '» LriOc-EIccl Honored Mif.s Virginia Blackwocd, \vlio:.c larriage lo Jettic Driver is u> IK- itr on February 12, was the lum- rce nt the bridge party gi\'eti tiy Miss Louise Hale and her siMcr, White, Tommic Dean Hatcher, anil I Erltt ' rcfl Apprentice fierce. Anne Dean becamD members of the; MunbErs of t.be nrgnnrallon ;ire troop. 'Hie Brownie troop ot the Girl Scoutr, v.-at diviled into patrolr> at to attend this 'meeting, the nfllccrs have announcert. Nc«-ar f;irl of India is tiw.p 7'r, room nt the r'lrst Pro.-,- n ?n i <:(1 . n !P ! '" cd lo " c "married" la the ' byterian chun'h. Following tho . f' lliltlvc never b '""I- so that she wffl left n widow. business so.vsion, Canada ito Proseculc Gbldfen Eagle Hunlci TORONTO- (UP) _ Shooting golden eagles is a foibldcicn rrnii (lie pirls made candy and lalcv Goa ' ^orluscse po?.sesslr>n in tn- playcd enmcs ami sans several I (lia ' llns lhs cheapest .stamps in thc new ioliE-s. world. They arc 12 for a penny and - the buyer must provide his own mucilage. in Ontario. Howard Wright, managing dl- ;-«'.c,r of the Ltindon, Ont,., air- poit, found . this out t\ p hcn he ri&g- s:ed a golden e»gle with a- wing •spread of 6 feel, ^ incl-cr, v.eor I.'-gercoil recently. It tool: lour sl'ols to bring the bird down. ' Mrs. W; VV. Wnlson jr. entertained the Tuesday Bridge club this i week. Mrs. W. C. Walls won high score prize. The Entre "Nous Club was enter- t). J. Taylor, . 'Minister of G IT,C ana f-lshcrles, aid. he - lo the full extent of tho Iw. tained by Mrs. Edwin Bruce Wednesday afternoon. <virs. Dick \vat- scn v^n 'high score and Mre. Maurice Little cut prize, Tlie Woman's Missionary Society of thc Methodist Church met at thK home 'of Mrs. J. T. polk Monday fo: its -regular fourth Monday sb-sinl. i"The Radiant Heart,'' new Bible] study, wiis conducted by Mrs, Fred I Buy Furniture Now ^ • Pay This Fall We arc again ready to do biisiftcss on Kail Terms, one-half down, balance Od. 1, 1038. This applies on anything in cur 'stb't'k 'provided the 'bill (rrnoiin't; "16 sts ir.uch as S10. STOMACH UPSETS',' , Fflrt Worth, Te*33 — ! A. 3. Williams, 1201 U« AVP,, s»vs: "I suffered troni ac»! iinligfiition and Sour stmn^cri. liar! no at>petite nml fell ont-of-sortf;. After iisinn T)r. Vierfc'i GoldtTj Medic.i) Disrovcry 1 liarf more r c V- sleiit In't- (er n( night, my slOTnJirfc no longer troilljlcil me nnc f felt fit us n fidd!*." Ccl it fit tsMtis 61 id from your tlnigtist ttyl-iy. Sec IIOT ch bciltfr yuu feel "atier uiiiifi tliii tonic QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices on poultry ;tt ail (imcs. $ SAVK Q MONHV AT V GAifiES MKT. IIS \V. Main "FUoric O'J Hemorrhoids-Piles WITHOUT SURGEKY & (iUAKANTKliU Safe, sure an'rt wilh Ifss dtscornfort, All dlsciisfs and cohcUllon.i nf ncrron.i orW, foot ailtnrrits S«rl skin canms ttv»W<l a« a carca at our clinic, DRS. NIES & N1ES 511 1'hcnc Ark. ATTENTION LADIES PRICES FOR STUDENT BEAUTY WORK Shampoo, Set & Dry Wet Set If.iir Cot Neck Clip ... OiT Shampoo Oil Treatment 1'cNnnnehts 1'crmancnts I5c 15c lOc 5llc 75c SIM. Sl.'i5 52.50, J3.50 flair Dyn With Set . .51.51) Hernia rack, Shampoo iii- t'clor Rinses ____ I0c A- 25c F:lt 'ial ............ 5flc & 15s Manicures ............. 35,. Oil BJanicurcs .......... 50c Kruw A J.ash Dye. ____ .;« c Arch 15c All "\Vork Is Under (he Supervision Of Olir EXPEUTS ANO_IS_GUARAKTERn You iMiiy Knroll in Our licniify School Is' 0 \v! NOTICE - - 7".' M'ss tla/cl M.cas is now connected with ll, c Eagle Ufaiifv M'OPPO and will be Rla.l in Have l,cr customers call on Iic'r for Oic tame careful attention ana prices as before. School of Beauty Culture Ciwpcr Bld|r.;2nd & Walnut phone 319 FURNITURR 'CO. nlytiicvillc. Ark. , . Only $395 •1936 G. HI. C, iy z Ton Track In excellent condition . , New 'dual tires . First class mechanically. An examination of this truck will convince you. Only $1150.00 ,| own all( | ^rt.OO per month. FHSLUPS mrm COMPANY 51 h & \Valntit Phone Slfl Everything for your enter (- 1 tainmcnt and comfort. IV Weds. - Thurs. K Stage Hit tn 25 Counlriesr*-: HOW THE LAUGH HIT .OF THE WORlf> V. ' .'•Ci.AUDETTE ' ' ^COLBERT > ..„ CHARLES 4 S?BO^ER: ... fovarich" BASIL RStHBONE - ANITA lOUISE •iinlil loom . mm ,1,,,. H ,,,i, e ,,,,,,>, Kefir XAi« .1* tXUOtf llrtu MOOOCnOII. B wind K KIWI RtlBW • S<rw» TUT Vj Cml l«(«Mn . lUftu Llb*ncM4.ltal! e h7K,. Sltk^T- ' V Also ' I'iiramoun't News & Lcoh \ Navara Admission Matinee lOc & 'IGc Admission Night IGc & 36e : s KVKRV DAY'S A IIOLIDAV HtlCCAN'EKR IMPPV LANDING STAGE DO'Olt I'.VEKYBOIJY SING OXY Admission Always IDc & ZGo Kliow every nijh!, Maflnccs t'rl- day, Saturday & Sunday Only. Friday * Sunday MaUnecs start B-'IS p.m. Saturday (Jo Ulnuotis showing from J to n :io p . m . Nlj;!it shows start E:4.5 p.m. Weds. - Thurs. PAL NIGHTS! Z adults admitted for thc price nt 1 2 children admitted for price of 1 Living On Love wilh James "Diitm & Whitney Bourne ' A delightful comedy

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