The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 17, 1948 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVJM.E {ARK.) COURIER NEWS octets yVeo/4 Phoitt 44«1 Mi 1 ., Doyle Is Honored At Miscellaneous Shower Ura. Harold Doyle, the'former Mia* Wanda Lee lent, wat honored Ptid»y night mtitn Ura. C. U. Abbott and Un. Ben Abbott com- pttme&tod her with • ja&icellaneous slwnter at Mr». C. M. Abbott'i home. The gtie»t of honor vu presented her glfU from a large May basket. Durinf the evening, the guests heoanMi tea towels (or the euest of^ honor and various party games •ere pl*y«d, with the .winners be- irij! awarded prizes. • The dining.room table, Jrom Hfilch punch, open facea sandwiches and cookies were served, was covered ,with a lace cloth and centered with a novel arrangement ol roses and iris inja'crystal'bow). A similar arrangement was placed on the buffet In the dining room. Favors of 'individual May baskets filled [with assorted, cstidles .were glven'^e'each guest. Mri'.i Doyle chose for the occasion, a; plnlc linen suit with black DA n' • r» accessories, she pinned a corscije' D)' Ann I rent IS Seay Miss Georgia Divis' i Marriage Is Announced Mrs. H. H. Davis of Earle, Ark., formerly of Blyttievllle, today announces the inarrliRe of her daughter. Miss Georgia Davis o( Blythe- vllle, to Raliih Jickion, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jackson of Clariu- d*le, Mis*. The ceremony was solemnlMd Wednesday, January 21, at the home of the Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor o( the First Baptist Church here. Mr, and Mrs. Newton Richards of State Line, Mo., were their only attendants. Mrs. Jackson will graduale from Blythecllle High School this month. Bits of News Mr. and Mr*. Henry. Dodd • of Jonesbcro, spent the weekend here with Mr i. Dortd's pareiiLs, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves. Mr. Dodd attends ArX»nsa» Slate College in Jonesboro. Mr; and Mrs. BUI Banister were In Memphis Saturday to attend the Cotlon Carnival festivities. Mr. Jackson attended school at; Mr. «nd Mrs. L I. Rice'and fam- Clarksdale. Miss., mid served 19 months with Hie Marine Corps during World war II. They will mnlce their home In Osceola where Mr. Jackson Is employed. Hobo Party Is Given of pink carnations, a nlft of tlie hostesses, at her shoulder. Haley Home Is Setting For Pot Luck Dinner Mrs. Don Haley and Mrs. T. A. Bell were hostesses Thursday night Ann Prcutls Seay hostess at her home .Saturday nighl when she cntcitained 20 of her friends with a hobo p.irly. During the evening outdoor party games were played by the gnesls nntler the direction of Miss Ruth S?ay. Refreshments of hot dogs, cook' a ng ixciresnmcms 01 not clogs, cook- when they enttrtained members ol'ies. toasted marshmnllows and iced the Fidelis Sunday School Class of! drinks were served by the voting the First Baptist Church with a' hostess assisted 1-y her mother, Mrs pot luck dinner «t file home of Mrs. T. I. Seay . Haley. ... The. dinner was served buffet Q'' i , n „. style from the dining room table birthday Party (jlVen whkh was draped with a lace cloth! C c i v \*,-\ and centered with an attractive' ror >5anara Kay Wilson arrangement of roses. Mrs, Ney Hunt gave the thanks! and pr. Ddna Hies gave the closing prayer. During the business meeting presided over"by Dr. Nles, class enlargement and loyalty were stressed. _vThe. year books for the class i»hich were, made by Mrs. j. j •Cooluton, were put on display with t ttn. J. c. Barnes in charge o ar- j ranging them. . I Dr. Nies gave the devotional on ?the subject of "Inner You" and the ;. meeting was then dismissed with i Prayer. < t . . • • « jSudbury School to Hold jSurnrher Round-Up Siidbury Schoo! fell hold It* Anual Summr Rcund-Up tomorrow< afternoon at ,.This round-up U for the children ;*ho will enter the first grade at JSudbury In September ind all ,mother, are urjed'to bring their > children In for free examinations ;.and UnmunluUons. j. . . Dr. John Elliott will be the phy- - Sandra Kay Wilson, daughter of Mr. «nd Mrs. Earl Wilson, celebrated her second birthday Saturday afternoon with a party at her home on South Thirteenth Street. During the afternoon, the twelve gxics'.s played various party sames, after which refreshments ol ice cream and birthday cake were served. Multi-colored balloons were given each child as favors. ! • • • Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church meeting at the home o t Mrs. Ebb Carson at p.m. Tuesday ^f.^%«. — B £' S ^--i S ter mo , row nlsmi. at 7:30. in the clubroonu La Neuve Club meeting at the home of Mrs. M. A. Isaacs V Tuesday Bridge .Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Jeiie Taylor. Trl-Town Bridge Club members, lly, had as their weekend quests their daughter, Miss Odle Rice, who attends Vsjidcrbllt University, Nashville, Tenn., and her roommate. Miss Tennlc Butter of White Bluff, Tenn. They were accompanied to Memphis ye.sterdsy by Mtiui Thelma Rice, Miss Joyce Richards and Tommy Wells. t.ce A.' Crowe, Jimmy Baughman, Billy Hyde, Robert Johnston and Louis Lyncli were In Memphis S3i- urday, when Ihcy attended Ihe Cotton Carnival. Miss Wllma Douglas spent the weekend In Augusta, Ark., as guest of Mr. and M s. Kennady Sale. Edgar Cain and Miss Hamona England attended the Collon Carnival In Memphis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lunsford spent the weekend in St. Louts, giic.slj of MM. Liinsford's Irs. D. J. Hodge ' .- --„-. While there tended the baseball games. Lieutenant Martin 1. McGreKor of Eaglln Field, Fla., was the weekend guest of Mr, and Mrs. Clalr Novlue Joins Summer Fur Colors MONDAY, MAY 17, 1948 XJKW YOIIK—(NKA> — Summer'* fc'.itheiliclit ^"* tVJr , i/"'V 1<llnit " avy blu * to 't' 0 ' 1 ar '^°- ~-r~"t u.-ilic tanks. Here you see a navy blue seal i.ic.kel *'/ ' snowix i-ifiht, hobnobbing ivilh. chill chaser:, o( 'f uinnmcnng Russian broadtail. Ihc blue se;il blazer, cdijed all around with Dorolliy" sC 's!,bl?c dc^i'" 3 ' ' S ; '" c: . ::lmplc of Eslhcr casually styled ;,s a sailor's "pea jacket "^cVienei's m:ikc more of a splash, however, when talents die "•',<' '<«»•<•• <"i jackets and capes of Russi m l!m n 'li' 1 " . ia ? kc1 ' lcfl . w h'«.h is .molhci f,,n i., i 0 " 1 '. 011 ;.*'.design. '» banded with mink The full jnckcl is slnnB-drawn at the waiMlinc to cic-ili .. pcphini rlfi-cl. The swashlnu-kliiiK "jnc tcnl c. "f Maximilian's dcsijiii.-sporls dramatic sweep and .1 hii;li-climbin:{ cavalier collar. —Ki'xiK KINARD, NEA Fashion Editor. Four Missco Students Attending Arkansat State Win High Honor* Foin- students from Mississippi County, who are attending Arkan- sa s state college at Jonesboro, nave been named honor students by Baird V. Kcister, registrar. Jolin W. Basley, Junior from Burdette James ;L. Mlddleton, Junto; from Leachville; Annabell Threlkeld, junior from Manila- and , ' i et ).. J ' Vonce ' ffeshman from Leachville were named as studenU of honor, each being in the upper 10 percent of the classes. The honor list covers liic entire time that the students have been in college and not merely one semester, Mr. Kel»ter said. wave outlet, and KUOA-PM, th« states latest frequency modulation station. Xou Are Cordially Invited to Visit The Accessory Shop Feminine Apparel ,> Mabel Megan Jessie Srlte Hotel Noble Hldg. Hlythcville, Ark. ti u .•> Tul Annual Court Of Awards Conducted CaruthmviU, Rotation \B us ; neS : School Buys Brownies in Girl Scout GrouD £. t *"^! nte ™ atio . na L. \ L ^. g J.f a ^ h Ra d>° station\ Blythcvllle Girl Scouts held thoiri- " ci*n Buc.ii, w> mi , nnu 1141.1. vinil i •-"} ILIV > ttii; VJiri OLOUIIS nOlfl 111011" I Miller and family and Mrs. Jose- I annual "Court of Awards" nt the i r\Vilr\» Hull I filrl Remit. T.ltiln TT/,,,^« j.. *•,,.,,._.. ^Ine Hall. I Olrl Scout Little House in walker At The HosnitaU Mis* Polly Flanagan Is spending Park, yesterday afternoon. ! nubpiidis several days In Jonesboro as guest of Leda Williams. Vernon Bolllnger of 81. Louis. Mo., spent the weeXend here as guest ot his sister. Miss Edith Bellinger and his parents, Mr anci Mrs. M. S. Bolllnger of Manila. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hubbard left . yesterday Mr Hot Springs . . . a. two-week visit In Mrs. Glenn Ladd. president of the Girl Scout Ume Troop Association! Dismissed": save the welcome address. ! Mrs. B. Members of the ssvcn niiii eight- city. year old Brownies Rave the Brownie \ promise and Brownie song led by Dismissed: Mrs, Leonard Johnson. lilylhevllle Hospital B. Phillips Walls Husi)i[:i baby . The following first-year Brownies I . were awarded pennants: Denim Ann] Jinnnv Lc-.v.a, Blaiikcnshiu, Barbara Ann Gurnmv. sue Andy. Luxora. Mrs. Stanford Smith," city. -- -.»..... D ... i — ^...j...^, jjmurtiit j\im (jurnn^v. i Mrs. J. D. Smith, city. Mr. »nd Mrs. R. A. Porter had as | June Horncr. Susan Huffman, Marl- ' *f''s. James Pishcr nnd baby Vet- ithelr Hiests lor the weekend his ; lyn Sue Joues. Ann Man-, Mella Fnv i erans Housing Quarters Parents, Mr. »nd Mrs. i. P. Porter, Saliba, Mary Jane Seymour, Mnvctii I Mrs. Dewcy Depricst Convention Down in Rio CARU IHERSVIU.E. Mo., May n— — j — — — — •• *«UM i v hjiuifOff i j SILOAM SPRINGS, Ark., May n. I .,.„.. „ ,,_ . ">an of the board of Jolm E. Brawn ?™J- S lok l r of ""••> cit >'. ''We- : f*.?. 0lS .. 0 '.-^. kni : Sa ? a " d California, the BEAUTY BAR Mrs Nor» Bpr.dley. Own«r Ul«icoo Hotel BuUtflDg P hr, n , sejited the Caruthersville Rotary ' iS?*L i ""i ounced the P««hase for Club at the Rotary International J? 00 ' 000 ot Ballon KGBR from the Convention which opened ycsterdiiy i ^, yl " C3tale in ^"g Beach Calif. y at nio de Janerio. He was a The announcement was released _^.» vn, uDntiiu. n.e \vns a tllOjl-' f \ -»-»«.».«11, m*a i cictiseci ;]^ e , 8™>'l' which sailed from Ne.v bTDr" Brown f tatcment >' cste «iHj ..?.*' ^ 1 ' 00 ' s .«'lll <) t S ^e n8 o e ver' ope- Ciiy May 5 on The convention 1928 ' nf Wlnfleld, Ala. Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Haralson snent the weekend In Augusta and Shoffner, Ark., where they visited j — — ..~ —cjlltuui, rtiil Lre Webb. Martha Ellen Wlllic.,.,o Rose Joyce Ingrum, Brenda Kcss- ler, Sandra Yates, Mollte .lo Bcas- ley, Ann Blackwcll, Sally Jo Kins Marsha Blackard »«d Elaine Oen- Mrs. i ville Mo. relatives. Among those from Blythevllle ......s. who attended the Cotlon Carnival A Ply-Up ceremony was conducted ami Air show in Memphh over the, by Mrs. Clint Caldwcll Jr who nre- weekend were Mr. «nd Mrs Glair scnted Brownie Wings ta the follow Miller and family. Mr. and Mrs.'— -••••-- - -• • Frank Seay and children, Tommy • nd Brendu Kay, Mr. »nd Mrs. Floyd Seny, Mr. and Mrs.: Forrest ~, Moore and daughter, Sandra, Miss I Jo ~»^ mLIU: . rl)1 , y aue Moo Iva Seay and Randall Hawks.. .{Barbara Ann Easan. Dorothy Will- Mr.' Arifl Mr*. H>nrv T/\niy TUft- I innKr.™ in i..i_ »-,. , . J . Tennessee Political Race ^z£:\Line-Up Flayed 3ora Bcrnice 1 * ' Brazil; Montevideo °Urusu'av i 'nr wmu'I"" ^ e *i. n ' r i Buenos AHes. Argentina; and Trinl I be dedicTt"dTo t) id j H 0 ,,rs-h^t -S 2 S'bae^ .^Ir^^^ , » New Yor* c,ty about June ,4. i.^,*^-^^ , l ™UntoS ing Blrls: ;LaVnd» Mi...,. ^ 11III11 Harriet Applebailm, Dora Bcrnice i —•on E pa, sL v e R,,th M™Gi,ee C Sar y h » NA SHVILL E , Ten,,.. May n. ,UP, trlckland, Polly Sue 'Moore ; ^ cl ^ nccllor Gordon Browning, of ira Ann !?„,„„ n™",... ""'' """Ungdon, Saturday tabbed the , in and- h«" Vilfbe "issTsted'bv" h,,'"" 1 ' 0 *'" Bririge Cluh members. Mr.-and Mrs. Henrj- Long, Mr. Mnghnm. Virginia Prazier Jan- An' Cnm " nt 3' 1 r ° r Democratic nomina. Jthe'riuriea of the H«lth Unit * I w'"* , enlert » lne " «t the home of arm Mrs. Harold Doyle and ; nls Nichol. Marilyn Ba^r-f^" !on "Governor in Tennessee as R ' ^-i,.,.,.,. .-^.._, n . unl ^ Mrs. j»m«0. Guard. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Eubanks spentibjth Ann Powler Kaj' Jobe and i ^ lockdow » f '3W on a "Crump" and cnair i n. H 1. M. club being entertain-! Ihe weekend In St. Ixiuls, Mo. They Ornce Owen Rntl "null-Crump" basis. attended the Cardin«l-Pirat< base- Mra. Cnldwell was «.«i*t n rf ,„. rM,J .. The _{ ormer smcmor. who seeks «,.*?**•.. SM«'ds Eklward] Is cnair- im»h L and she will be assisted by JMr«. 8am Oweru, Mrs. Jimmy San- s ders,.Mrs. L. s, Hartioj and Mn (Tun —-'— B °J- ed »t the home of Mrs elt Jr. Wtdnwday C. and N. Club will meet at the home of Mrs. M. Emde on 1519 Wejt Ash S!r»et at 7:30 p.m. Thursdny Mld-Weelc club bring enterlain- Member, of Brownie Troop 11 er^ ^ ^ ° f ""' M " °' Us " jWeiner Roast Is Held I By Brownie Troop 1 ] ball game yesterday. R«y. H. T. Kidd to Speak At West Memphis Church The Rev. Harvey T. Kldd, pastor' """'""CE ami the sin-ring o'i'"Amcr- of the First Presbyterian Church, Mrs. Cnldwell was assisted by Girl ',,J „, '' S° v <™° r - w' 1 ' 0 seeks Scouta Umla Taylor and Mar y K ay p V r *"", ' AlA " Ot m(!ntio '' Crafton. These Brownies then gave H' ^," rmp y . " tt '" e '" " 2M - thc Qirl Scout promise and were ' , d ' pMIorm statement but obvi- wdcomcd to scouting by Mrs Ladd ' °!'- ly W " s Tetmln S' tu the Mem- A n. K ceremony ,^s prese ited b'v I P '™ **"** }^ r - , the Girl ScouLs with the pl-d»e of L, „ °f ld ,. 11Kt lll(! srcatest Issue ° ,°* al1 fl > lhls cnmpai-jn is whether ' about the only stat- jhome of Mrs. . Thad W. Nicol ^Twenty memberj attended the af- , i **'r. 1 Various outdoor g«mes were , — -j— ---•o — U.UWIIK: itouji 11 cry. |— •••» r..oi. r-i esoyiciian unurch i ""•. ••••""= "1m carried iho colors ' tini 'mm^'ii, 1 ^* " ollt th p 011 'V stat,.of the Blythevllle Girl Scouts had 1 Thursday Night Club being en- I * " s P eak nt tlle ""I Presbyterla, ! nnd l ^"'V E««ds were Betty i: cn - i . D0 'i- ln ™ ' f, r , rt ,f'",f r' 0 '"" ° f i a weJoer roast Friday night at the tertalneri at the home of Mr" nal ! ct)urch Bt West Memphis tonight 50n ' Pnl Paftlow, Dsbrcs P3imy ',,° V VVl " rld llsslf ° r n "•*"' .hnm. or «.. ^., „, „..., ...._. Mrs. nal |n conncctlon w|th ^ Mrv , gc ^ •'Barbara Hargett and Martha sinp-''"?, t j ra " ny ' s ° Iint lls citizras celebrating the completion or t-ie son - < - thelr own two r -' «ew church building there. Dr. T. elgh Sylvester. B. R. c. Club meeting »t the home of Mrs. RiiEsel) Werl. Avalon Bunco Club member* Retreshment* of hot dogs, toasted ^ Thursday j^^., ^,»vc» are ie«aers ot this sponsored by the Methnrtui wq 'troop and were present for the oc- cs mum.si w.o.- [caslon. . _,. ; ... FrWav i»* 1 T n Al|)ha Beta Bui ico Club being iMrS. Lowe IO Present entertained nt the home of Mrs, 'P' D -T T n ' i Ebb Reynolds. [riano ruplls in KeCltal A'.phn B-M\ Bunco CHib meeting I nt Hie home of Mrs. Neville Bl«ke- -, Mrs. J. C. Lowe will present her more. iplano pupils in a recltital tomor-1 -The Past Matrons and Past Pit |row night in the high school audi-1 rons ot the tr.slern Star being en' ^ m "H 5 P ' m " lcrtni,,e<l at the home of Mr and i The advance students who will Mrs. Don Haley at 1 n m wilh « [Participate and their numbers In- pot, luck supper. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber "of Commerce, urc Mc- e an er numbers , elude Larry Held of Cooler, "Fu llise" by Beethoven; Jo Alice JGulre "Valesestcpreinne" by Jlenhaupt; Ruth Hale "Invent ,„„, „, • iin F" by Bach; Millie Ann Maliory 1 j,' ."", , c ^» mt >^ of Commer •••Dance of the Demons" bv Hoist • Mrd of Directors--? :30 p.m. Jimmy Lowe, the theme from "Con' , , ,. „ , Tucs ' U - T ,'ccrto" by Greig and "Fantasia In „,, ' H °' cl N oWc-« " K. Young and Dr. John Millarri of Memphis and Dr. John 6[>raeins president of Arkansas Coll=»c' Batesvllle, »lso will speak at the special iervices Second class bad':cs wci lo pt ZS'J .Webb. Carol Ann Holt I " e ,,.... ml «d m . ' '" '" e "" °"' n " oillk;>! Blytheyille Band Attends Memphit Cotton Carnival Fifty members of the Blythevillc High School Band, led by jii ne Buchanan, drum major, and Jim- inle Frances demons, Bcttye Nell Hollaixi, Lots Lovclady, Louise Sullivan nnd Dorl.i Stone, majorettes participated In the Cotlon Carnival ac'lvitlcs Saturday In Memphis. Making their first appearance In Inclr new uni:orms. the band under the direction of Karl Wad-' cnphful, presented a -SO-mlnute concert In Court square In the afternoon. A specialty number, "The Boo' 1S 1>rcm<:tl elected with Crump but broke with the leal organization fl ,,d late. Prentice Prances England, Billle Ruth Cor- I ,,,,,„" V i«r caron. Wanda Owens. E-rbara Spain ' 5 l , lpp °','.'" l ?. 3G Dorothy Lamlcy, M.irilvr, Shfvclcy ' : w!cmi]1 " s " n "" < nnd Juno Frccmnn from Lnnre Korncr ^'u 1 "" A "" Gal "«- •'l'''"'^]""'"""' '"-l!!ll wc™M'ar1orie Da«^h 3 r?y al a y n(i Nor- T " !236 '"? hen ln parls soM '<" ma Moore Crom Suclburv Troop- , "" , an ™"\ t equ "' lo "'""t ^'O Nancy Hnmby, Linda Taylor B-tiy ' American tee Garrott and Mary Kay Oration from Central Troo]>. J ProOciency bndgts in home nurs- . Ine. hostess, and basketry, were * awarded to Barlnra Harsctt. Rlion- ;' | nn Eaton. Peggy Dcsklns, Betty Hen- i i Son. OlAriji 'Tntf Tl'.l^ir^^ rtn,.~.. ! I money. Read Courier News Want Ads. Tale. lores Penny, [ Alice Fayc Frazler. Martha Simp- sou nnd Irby Sue Grcer. t 1 The "Court ol Awards 1 ! ended by ' I "Trips" sung by the Girl Somts > »nd the Brownies. j [ Leaders introduced were Mrs. Ted : i In?. Mrs. John Miles Miller. Mrs. j ' J. P. Garrott. Mrs. Cscll Graves. 11 Mrs. Coady Eaton, Miss Sunshine ' Ofl^ \\'fif IvVn. n. J L J -"-v^..., i.ii,ir> «J\inc,Ll|llt; I • cues Su hL M?i H 1 ' thC ""Jar-I Knight. Mrs. R. A. Cary and Mrs. | J !•!.? ?.l" d "''.V? "'' Rrnnri P 3r » d = Sat- Hugh Whitsiti. I Jreum" by List. s. ... , i Others who will participate are „ Klwallls olub ' Hotc ' Noble-13:lo ' . e at- urday night. More than SO bands V« m , , Al ! iallsa -' ! - Tennessee and Mississippi . marched during the parade. Jerry . Brown, Char enV Yarbro' I Ann Yarbro, Ronnie Wags PTA - followed b > f P-T.A.-3:oo p.m SC ° Ut "" 1 -' 100 ''- , --.-•• Donna Dedman] Lusher •Gray Jr., and D»em» Reid , Ushers will be Joan Dedman and l»etty Ann Karger. j_- R 4 d Courier News Want Ads Chamber ot Commerce Board ol Directors—2:30 p.m. A large North American deer erroneously called an elk is nc- tually a wapiti. Don't Forget th* Big BINGO PARTY W«diw,d«,y, Moy 19, 8:30 p.m. AMERICAN LEGION HUT frizes Valued Not Less Than $5 An p«e««*, W i n G, For Ruil< , it!g 8c|wol BJylheville Sp«mera4 by the Ladies •f fh« Catholic Church Hugh Whitsiti. 11 Minnesota produced 4.503.380 •! bushels oi seed potatoes during! • 1947, third highest in the nation.:} TheCHIROPRACTOR-and^; Htallhy nervtsand htalthy spine give K Qw\ Le( Cliiropraclic restore and maintain .voni- heallh, '>. Dr. lorsten Lindquist Chiropractor GUARD BLDG. PHONE 3170 BLYTHEVILLE,ARK. m ^Calumjaa Records Blue Sli.idows On the Trail Buddy rinrl, Teens Bill—Dick .rurRcnj Whrn 1 Grow Too Old T» Hiram—The Chairotrrrs Al a Siilrw.llk Penny Arcade —Tony I'aslor Veil for Vour Mamma —Beatrice Kay Hcarlbreakfr—.terry Wayne I See Vour Face Before Me —Kay Thompson Mlshn.l) to I.ov«— Tommy Tucker Vnu Wrrr Moanl for Me— Olaudc Thornhlll CnriclnUlil Sweetheart— Ray Xnhle Hooray for tave— Dinah Shore Talkinit to !tlysrir AboKl You —ttuilrty Clark ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY J. \\'. Adams, Mj?r. 206 W. Main Phone 2071 Continuous Show* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTKN TO KLCN «•"»• 12:45 p.m. i:M Twt.dies iashioned In new, toil, delical. {lower shades as ie- SrsshiRgly cool and Iragrant looking as a summer garden. Footwear in pastel shades newly created expressly lo be aflrac- tive ailinities wilh the „ pastel tones fashion ~i has decreed this season for apparel...now Your ensemble can express the charming Individuality o( your personality... Jhey'll say admiringly of you "She's so dislinclive- ly different...and so Beautifully dressed." Strop In Pastel Yellow Tie In Pastel Blue and Pink Also Sling Pump in .'! shades of Paslcl Hlue AA to B . . . SI 1.95 SHOES I-ast Time Today RELENTLESS with Robert Young and Margaret Chapman Paramount News and Shorl» Continued Showing Everyday Tuesday and Wednesday "fHCH tAMA JRACY TURNER SCOTT Selecled Short Subjects Continuous Showinr Eve'ry Day COMING TO THE RITI M»y 23 4 24 B.'F.'s DAUGHTER with Barbara Stanwyck and Van Heflin Box Office Opens C:3t Show SUrl* 6:45 ooow Sterl* 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:M ; starts 1:1S Continuous Shows Sat. t Sun. Barjain Nijht Every Nijht Kxcept Saturday > passes honored on Sond«T »4 Boxy Theatre Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Time of Their Lives with Abbott and Co«tel1« Ladies Man with Edm'e Bracken and Vlrjinia Ficlrt Fox Movietone News Continuous Sbowinit Every Day Tuesday and Wednesday T)OTJBLF, FEATURE ™ DAVIS' PAULHENRflD

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