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FAG* FOUR . BLYTHEVIU.B (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1948 •»¥ 11' Society W Phone 4161 Informal Dance Is Held At American Legion Hut Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry, Mr. and Mrs. James Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. James Terry. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whitley and Dr. and Mrs. EX,n Snillh were hosts and hoslcsscs Saturday night when they enter- talned members of the Cotillion Club and Ihelr guests, wllh a dance at the American Legion Hut at 9 o'clock. The dinner \vas served buffet style from a long white table, over ' i •Bridge Luncheon Qiven 'Honoring Mrs. McDonald S Mrs. John R McDonald, »ho has .recently returned home from Gcr- fnuny, where she had been wllh her !husband who was slatloned there, i was an honored guest Saturday 'when her «l»ter, Mrs. Jack Thomas 'Mate, complimented her with a ibrldge luncheon at her country "home. J 'The 'three-course luncheon was iierved at Individual lablos which • were covered with Mexican cut-wort 'cloths and centered wllh small bou- t^uels of sweetpeas. 1 During the afternoon when bridge ' panics were played, Mrs. James Ter-. ry won high and Mrs. Worth Holder,] itecond. Mrs. McDonald was prc- >»enled a gift by the hostess. • Bouquets'Of pansles, roses, baby i carnations and other Spring flow- jers were arranged throughout the \ homft for the occasion. , • « « j Calvary W. M. U. Meets | At Church for Program ! Circle One and Two of Die Woi man'a Missionary Union of Die Cal'. vary Baptist Church met yesterday Jat the church for a mission sludy s program. { The meeting was opened with {the singing of the year song and < the repeating of Ihe watch word by i Class of the First BapltsL Church • Mrs. Inez 'Gentry. Prayer wag of-; met at Ihe church last night for a \ covered dish supper with 22 mem- l bers attending. i The long supper was •: with white Bits of News Presbyterian Auxiliary Celebrates 26th Birthday Th» Women'* Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church celebrated Its 2<th birthday of Ihe auxiliary »t. the church. There were 48 members present. Mr«. L. S. Hartzog, president, Methodist Circles Meet In Homes For Program The Women's society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon in circle groups. Circle One met at the home of Mrs. P. D. roster with 21 members, p , Mrs. J. E. Beaslcy, Mr». Hugh Hud- Condition of Mrs. M. Q. Goodwin, 1 son and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson. who suffered a broken arm when' """ she slipped and fell on a rug Sunday presided during a brief business one guest. Mrs. Lowery and three aewlon, at which time It was an-1 new members, Mrs. T. J. Soay, Mrs. nounced that a bible was presented lo each graduate who Is a member of the church. Mrs. Waller Day was In charge of Ihe program entitled, "Ap- iwlnled To Serve," which was given In playlet form, Olhers who par- llclpated on, the program were The offering taken during night, la satUactory. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Christy were in Memphis Saturday, where Ihey attended the Colton Carnival. Russell Phillips Jr., has -returned to his home here from Tuscon, with Arli., where he attended Arizona s '3n School for Boys. MlM carter Boatrlght and Neely meeting will be sent to the laid wllh a white linen cloth and centered with an atlracllve ar- rangemenl of mixed .Spring flowers in a crystal bowl. Guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adamc, Mr. and Mrs. Authur Vance, Mr. and Mr; Frank Whltworth, Dr. and Mrs. Gcan Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Gr.ibcr, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. nambo Mr. and Mi's. Vernon Thomasson Mr. and Mrs. John Lentl, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Graham, Mr. and Mrs W. J. Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. Gar- raid Ciuidill Mr. and Mrs. Fred j dren'remained for a "longer"''visit! ' Fleeman, and Dr. and Mrs. Wcld-[ Mrs. Louis Sleln will arrive lo- Young have returned to their homes in Dandrldge, Va, Miss Boatrlght wa» the guest here of Mr. and Mn. C. W. Afflick and son, Charles, and Mr. and Mrs. Young, the former Miss Churchli; Buck, have Been visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. M. Buck. Mrs. Young and chll- on Rainwater. Covered Dish Supper Held By Gleaners S. S. Class The Gleaners Sunday School 'fered by Mrs. B. O, Germany. 'i During the business session, pre* sided over, by Mrs. Gentry, the sec- j retary's and treasurer's reports * were • given. Mrs. Mable LunMord * was in charge of Ihe mlsalon study 'Wesson and chose as her loplc, "Home •Mission," afler which Mrs. Carra > Pruitt led the group in prayer. f The meeting was dismissed i Mrs. Pleas Rambo. morrow from Grand Island, Nebr., | to visit her brother. Harry w. Halnes and Mrs. Halnes. She will accompany Mr. and Mrs. Maines to Hickory, N. C., Saturday, where they will attend the wedding ot their son, Harry A. Halnes, to Miss Nancy Shuford on May 29. Mrs. Mary Atkinson returned yeslerday to Oklahoma City, Okla., after a 10 day visit with her son, Dr. and Mrs. Gene Atkinson. Benny Walden arrived Friday to spend his 30 day leave with his parcntr. Mr. and Mrs. B. Walden. He has served two years In Ihe the As- Training School and Montreal. Following the progra'm, a tea was held. Tlie table was covered with a white linen cloth and cenlered L miniature clown holding a on' which was inscribed, "Happy Birthday" and flanked by white tapers burning In silver by [Miss Dorinne Coulter [Wed To Charles Barton i Dorinne Coulter of St. Louis, table.s at which the served were covered cloths' and centered with novel arrangements ot roses and snapdragons flanked by while b ar r s burnlng ln crystal cindei "bra. . Following the supper, Miss Delia I Vli 9°- .. Purlle, president of the class, con-1 , Amo " B . ll ' ose Irom , B >J' lhevllle ducted a business meeting at which who «"' b ,<; ln . Memphis this af v •time Mrs. Fred Fowler, who Is mov- "°°" '° aUc " d llle '""cral serves ing away, WBS presented a gift Annie Applebaum o(Ya- holders. Assorted mints, tied to look like gifts were placed around the clown. The white cake gur- landcd with pink flowers added to the attractiveness of the setting. Mrs. Hudson and Mrs. Jesse M. White presided at the table. Jerry Lane Celebrates Fifth Birthday with Party Jerry Lane, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lane, celebrated his fifth birthday Saturday with a party at his home on West Ash Street. Twelve of his young friends dropped In during the afternoon to help :ilm celebrate. During the afternoon, outdoor games were played and the guest Weldon Rainwater and Mrs. William Deener, present. Mrs. Joe Ferguson gave the devotional and Mrs. Jack Finley Robinson the study. Mrs. Harry Klrljy was hostess to Circle' Two with 10 members and one new member, Mrs. Crews, pres- cnl. Study lesson was given by Mrs. E. li. Gee. Circle Three met at Ihe home of MM. J. L. Gunn wilh 13 members present. Devotional was given by Mrs, W. I. Denton and the study by Mrs. James Hill Jr. Mrs. Toby Long was hostess to Circle Four with 16 members present. Mrs. Charles Crlgger gave the devotional and Mrs. H. W. Wylie was in charge of thc sludy. Mrs. H. L. Harp was hosless and Mrs. George Hale co-hoslcss to Circle Five wllh 15 members and Program Is Presented By Lange Rhythm Band Th« Rhytlim Band composed of « children in the first grade at Lange school were guests today when they presented several selections at the Lions Club Meeting. Byron Moorp Is the band leader and the three majorettes are Lyda Jo Sudbury, June Moore and Ja- noel Smith. The band has played for the Rolary Cliib, Klwanls Club and presented a 30 minute radio program over the local station. Christian Workers Society Meets with Mrs. Still OSCEOLA, Ark., May 18-Mrs, L. R. Still was hosless yesterday afternoon at her home to U members of the Christian Workers Society of the First Christian Church. Mrs. Harry Driver, president, was In charge of the meeting and Mrs. Bruce Ivy led Ihe lesson's study on the subject, of "Old Testaments and Institutions". Mrs. Still, who is the pastor's wife, was presented a gift from the society honoring her birthday. Miss Thomas Honored With Bridge Luncheon OSCEOLA, Arfc,, May 18—Mr«. Harold Ohlcndorf entertained. Saturday at noon at her country homt at Orlder, with a bridge luncheon honoring Miss Billy Sue. Thomas, bride-elect of Alton W. McCann of Canalou, Mo. This Is the ilrtt, of th* pre-nuptlal events comBj^ meriting Miss Thomas. The reception rooms of the horn* were decorated with arrangements of roses In mixed cplors. The dining table was centered with a sll- Mrs. Ralph Berrymaii ts ac- A social hour followed the meet- > ver bowl of white gtadlolax and companlst and Miss Elizabeth Hal-1 Ing. stead Is the first grade teacher. from the class members. Mrs. Hays Sullivan gave the devotional entitled "Christian Women." After the business meellng was i? lo ''_f 0 . r . nlellyJ0 L B1> 'L he I U l!' d . au S n ; ! held. Mrs. Albert Enderlln con- dueled party games, during which Mrs. Fowler, Mrs. Charles Penn and Mrs Max Logan won prizes. i ler of Mr. and Mrs. C. E- Coulter of i Blylhaviile, became the bride of j Charles Edward Barton, 5 o n of Mrs. < Theresa Barton of St. Louis, In a f I ceremony .solemnized Saturday I r> • w; > r" I 'morning at the home of the bride's j DUSUieSS Women S Circle rSTthe pe.ce P. E . coote. Meets With Mrs. Kerbough jj officiated ai the single ring riles In | Mrs. R. T. Kerbough was hos- Jthe presence of Immediate friends j tcs s | asl ,,i g ht at her home to i and relative!. ; members of Business Women'j Clr' Th« briilc wore a suit fashlonr.iV [of charmairie rose beige gaberdine i with balenciaga accessories. She i chose a ftmall natural straw hat • and pinned an orchid corsage it t ner shoulder. * Mrs- Barton was graduated from -J BlytheiMlle High School and also Miss., who died yesterday after several weeks Illness, are Mr. and Mrs. siegberf Jiedel. Rabbi and Mrs. Alfred Vise, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zellner, .Mr. and Mr« Loulj Lansky, BUI McDanlel, Mrs. Llna Hess and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Le vltch. , Mrs. Mollle Sternberg of Chicago, has arrived here to spend several days on business. Leon Walden of San Francisco, Calif., Is spending two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mr«. B. Walden. First Baptist and { Kiss Wylie's Business School in t Memphis. She is now employed by 1 the Veterans Administration in St. 'Louis. i Mr. Barton served with the Fifth ! Army during World War II as an 'intelligence officer and is now ;>'# t attorney in St. Louis. i ,Following a brief wedding trip. Jthe couple will return to St. Louis t where they will make their home i', ; r?45 Lindell Street. i • • • {Royal Service Program j Held By Baptist W.M.U. > '"The Women's Missionary Union cle Eight of the Church with nine members one visitor attending. The meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword and Mrs. John Buchanan gave Ihe opening prayer. The devotional was given by Mrs. Nell Gordon entitled, "We Should Be Diligent. Christians." The short business meellng was ! presided over by the president, Mrs. \ B. W. Woolen. i Mrs. Charles E:vans laughl the third chapter of the mission study book "Spiritual Frontiers", and she gave the dismissal prayer. Refreshments were served by the . hostess. Dinner Party Is Given Honoring Senior Class j Mrs. Jewel Smith was hosless last night when she entertained '»» fv. ™ . D .j . ™- - ^ . ! members of the 1018 graduating ,of the First Baptist Church met i C , RM wlth a di ,, ner part5 . Bt , hc Rusllc Inn. Other guests included Miss Rosa Hardy, assistant superintendent. Miss Luna B. Wllhelm, Miss Betty Boyd and Mrs Frances Ihrce visitors, Mrs. George W.Pyles, Mrs. Alien Stewart and Miss Edith iloush, present. Devotional was given by Mrs. W. S. Brewer und Mrs. R. B. Stout gave the study. Circle Six met at the home of Mrs. R. A. 1 Nelson with Mrs. Don Smith as co-hostess. There were II members, one guest, Mrs. Dick Ware, and one new member. Mrs. Hunter Elms, present. Mrs. Paul Jobe was in charge of thc study. Refreshments were served by the hcstcss at each mceting > Senior Class Leaves | On Sight-Seeing Tour Members of the 1918 graduating class 01 the Cooler High School, left today for a six day sight-seeing tour I 10 New Orleans, La. They plan- to i return the lollowing Sunday.. The clats, which is using the school bus for trans|>ortation, is ac- 1 companled by C. D. Wright, prin- ', cipal of the school, Mrs. Wright and Jack •Rushing. Plans Are Completed For Sixth Grade Picnic A commit lee of parent's met wilh k ! yesterday to plan Ihe annual sixtn grade promotion picnic, to be held at Walker Park, May 23. Approximately 203 student* will complete Ihe sixth grade and be ready to enlcr Junior High School in Se;ilerr.b2r. These students are from Central, Lange. Sudbury. Yiiibrc, Cle::r Lake, Reece and Flai Lake elementary schools, Mrs. Joe Farguson. Mrs. Charles Hindman, Mrs. E. N. Shivley and Mrs. S. C. Owens are in charge .T serving the picnic lunch at 12 o'clock J P. GarroU will direct the Kaines, which will be played In the Recital to Be Given By Miss Frank's Pupils f f ss yilclred Frank will present her piano and voice students In a recital tonight at thc Calvary Baptist Church at 1:45 o'clock, Those who will participate Include Alfreda Stovall, Mr.ry Ella Ray, Ruth Ann Patterson, Billle Harclin, Charles Langslon Jr., Frances Dyer, Peggy vlnson, R. o Luncheon Is Given Honoring Senior Class OS'CEOLA, Ark., May 18 — The seniors of the 1948 gradualing class were again complimented last week, when Mrs. George Annabel, Mrs. Randolph Smith, Mrs. Braxton Bra".?, Mrs. C. B, Driver and Mrs. M. T. Burr were hostesses at the Masonic Hall wilh a noon luncheon. The luncheon was served buffet style from tables covered with white cloths anil cenlered with bouquets of white Dutch Iris and purple asters. The color scheme of purple and gold, which are the class color's, were carried out in all the decorations. Members of Ihe faculty also were guests. jreenery flanked by white candles In the shape of a bride and groom In silver holders. The linen place setting marked with green and white place cards added to th» attractiveness of the table. During the afternoon bridge wsi played with Miss Anna Jean Foster winning high score, Miss Mary Lou Ashmore, second and Miss Ann Driver, low. The honoree was presented a silver service as a gift from the hostess. Othef guests who attended Included, Misses Laura Lou and Katherlne Pope, Miss Inez Henderson, Ml.ss Peggie Lou Grlsgby, Mrs, W. N. Thomas and Mrs. D. Ohlendorf. At The Hospitals I State Loses All But One Of Civil War Veterans OLYMP1A. Wash. —(UP)— The ranks of Washington's remaining le guests attending. Refreshments of birthday and ice cream were served. Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday The Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet tomorrow night at 1:30.. M t'- e clubrooms Wednesday Town and Country Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Cornelius Modinger. C. and N. Club will meet at the il(leluoon home of Mrs. M. Emcle on 1519 rilc committee on arrangements | Wejt Ash Street at 1:30 p.m. incluiicd Ihe following mothers: Mrs. li. A. Daugherty, Mrs. Owens, Mrs. Jess Horner and Mrs. Otlio Stanfleid from Sudbury; Mrs. Fer- Guson, Mr^. Hindman and Mrs. O. £.. Graves from Central; Mrs. Shfv- Helknap, Hats'y Hay.ies. Betty Sue ? lv! ! Wiu ' vc ^rans were cut In half Hodge. Lovie Hodge, Sadie Bir- | JL 1°_ °' Jacob Cheadle. mlngham, Bcrni.ce Flowers, Betty | j , ... , , Boyer, Janet Michael, Barbara Ann I?,"." of thc . Ladlcs Auxiliary of thc Pruitt, Judy 'Michael, Elizabeth ' calvary L Piscopal Church, when White, Sherry Kay Sparks Frankic j thcy niet '" tilc home ° f Mrs. J. H. ------ ' Lovewc-ll yesterday afternoon. Mrs. .Harry Miller gave thc devotional and a short business meeting was conducled. Other officers elected to serve with Hie new president fire Mrs. V. C. Horn, vice-president and Mrs. Lil- parks, Vernell Greene, Jean Martin. Wanda Grimes, Charlene Pierce, Betty Easley and Molly Rose Autry. Mrs. Hale Is Elected President of Auxiliary OSCEOLA. Ark.. May 18 — Mrs. Charles F. Hale was elected pres|- Rlylheville Hospital Dismissed: Wllnia Jean Barnell, city. R. M. Logan, city. Ike Taylor, Armorel. I. L. Lame, Reeves, Mo. Troy Wayne Alley. Dell. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Judy Garner, city. Eugene Threadglll, Holland. Mo. Mrs. L. A. Shanty, Risco, Mo. Judy Ann Jones, Hornersvilit, Mo. Xmogene Johnjon, city. lian Patterson, secretary and treasurer. A social hour followed the meet- i ing. The devotional entitled was given by Mrs. Albert Executive Council Meets At George Barham Home Mis. George Barham and Mrs. C. A. Tant were hostesses yesterday afternoon when the Executive Council of the First Christian church met at Mrs. Barham'a home, •Faith" Taylor and the devotional was closed with prayer by Mrs H Lester Strubhar. Mrs. A. R. Welenkamp presided over the business meeting in the absence of the president. During Ihe business meeting, plans were made for the covered dish luncheon which will be held at the church next Monday, In conjunction wilh the kitchen shower, which is lo be held for the church kitchen. Instead of bringing gifts, the member! Thursday Mid-Week club being enterlain- ed at Ihe home of Mrs. M. O. Usery. Thursday Night Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Hal- ley from I/mge, Mrs. H. D. Jaek- el.ih Sylvester. | son, of Reece. Mrs. Roy Handlev | B. R. C. Club meelin'g at the j and Mrs, Milton Bunch from Yar- home of Mrs. .Russell Wert. . bro. Avalon Bunco Club members, meeting at the home of Mrs. Raymond Shamlin. Thursday Thursday Contract Club meeting at (he home of Mrs- G. G. Caudill. The annual "May Breakfast," Pitch Party Is Given Honoring Mrs. Whitworth held at the First Methodist Church from 6:30 until 9:30 a.m. Thh is snonsored by the Melhodl.st W.S.- C.S. will bring money which will be used " f yesterday afternoon at the church ' lor a Royal Service program. [ Mrs. Ebb Carson, program leader, i chose as her theme, "Laborers To' gether With God." Others who par; ticlpated on the program and their The and a by Mrs. Strubha hostesses served Iced drinks Bowen, class sponsors. The tables at which dinner was Miss Goodrich Entertains G.E.O. Bridge Club, Guests Mrs Y*ra noortrirh last nigm ^ heVhome to membes ot the a IE o > BrTdu Ch'l ^ and •- • • ------- — ------ i jiubJecU were Mrs. Walter Bishop. ! served ware each covered with a ! who gave the devotional, Mrs. W. R. white cloth and centered with an ' T^nn' n i 8 ", 1 t* b ?. rine T og , elher '" Our "rrangcmtnl of roses and other .Denomination'' and Mrs. E. H. Spring flowers In crystal bowls. I , Brown, Laboring Together With | Favors of lipstick llssue folder during thc evenlnn, M-s DeSplIntcr | God. During Mrs. Oenning's talk. 1 and mat:h folders In the schooled- w cn high and Miss jthe various church organizations ; ojs of maroon and white were prc- Higginson brid'O were discussed and a representative isentcd the (jucsLs. The folders were Bouquets of ° mixed ros"s were ! inscribed "Rustic Inn Party Hon- arranged throughout the home fo- i oring Senior Class of 1948." i the occasion one guest. Mrs. Howard Desplintcr. When bridge games were played p Dorothy jean OSCEOLA, Ark.. May 18 — Mrs. Bernice Cartwright and Miss Blanche Cleere were hostesses with two lables of pitch Saturday night at the home of Mrs. Cartwright, Friday j honoring Mrs. John Whltworth of The Installation of Woman's Club i Germantown. Term., who is the officers will be held at Ihe clu h - houseguest of her sister, Mrs. Tins- house at 2:30 p.m. ley Driver. Alpha Beta Bunco Club being Mrs. Whltworth won high score entertained at the home of Mrs. | i" the pitch games played. Mrs. A. Ebb Reynolds. J F. Barham, second and Mrs. A. F. Williams, consolation prize. The guest of honor was presented a gift by the hostesses. Attractive arrangements of red roses decorated the home for the tcrtalned at the home of Mr. and i affair. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Alpha BDtn Bunco Club meelinj at Ihe home of Mrs. Neville'Blake- more. Thc Past Matrons and Past Patrons of the kuslern Slar being en- Mrs. Don Haley at pot luck supper. 7 p.m. with STOP ITCHING • DISCOMFORT TONJGHT Civic Calendar Tuesday American Le-jlon—8:00 p.m. Wednesday Klyvanls club, Hole! Noble—12:10 | * Enjoy P-m. ' 1 mcnt while pleasant antiseptics Cenlral PTA Execulive Board. — j • «id in getting rid of irritation. 2:30 followed by P.T.A.—3:00 p.m f*PAV'C Girl scout Lone Troop—8:00 p.m. I*** 1 **' •* •of each organization was present. They were Linda Jaggcrs, Sun- jbeam; Linda Rnyder, Girls Auxil- •lary, and Jimmy Culbertson, Royal ' Ambassadors. • Mrs. Carson presented a demon- jstratlon showing labor transplanting a flower. Miss Billle Jean Turk '.sang "Work For the Night Is Com- Hng" and prayers were offered by ' Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. G. V. Daws and , Mrs. Marlon Williams. jWiaiToDo For That Sluggish, Dowi-aid-Out Fediig i Bemember thi time when jou could e»t i like a horse, bubbled-over with energr t felt happy u a Urk? Was It not bfc*UM ;»ou Hfced to ctt—<tltfn't know what In- l digestion wts. rtlt «tronj >i an ox? As i «e advance] the • old stoauch and thc i «rer-chtnirtng Wood" need h !p. Now \ to mrt muscle, flute, cell. *ntrgj I fnrr day—«;try hour—mill tons ot ,ttny. red b.ood-c'lh must pour forth , ttom the marrow of your bo-ie» to r«- »place tbotc that are worn-out. A low i Mood count may affect you In seve-al ,v*7>: no appetite, undcnrelchl no :«oerty, a run-down condition, Uck ot '—'- s to infection and ate***. young and gay ... for work or play Barefoot Sarr't in colorful or whil* tmooth Uathcr Mur lit re< blood «1 ~_ •...__ jtrenrth. Medical authorute*, ;»T analysis of the blood, hart hy coiT- Jtlve proof shown that 8SS Tonic 1« ' annrintfy effective In building up low 5 Hood itxenirth In non-orgtnlc nutrl- {ttooal anemia. Thla Is du« to Ihi SSS •Tor.lc formula which contains tpeeltl id potent activating Ingredients Alw, SSS Tonic helpi lou enjoj the —• jw> e«t by Inenulni the cutrlc ttw lulot when It U ion crgt.nl- Ma llttl* or K*nty—thui the ttotn- t*ek «ni kwr* Itttlc cause to gtt M0ky i JUJ cat, Meat Ul4 0v* OB that mix ~ «t wattl BMtflar yoo body with — 1 Start c« SSS Tonfc ncn?. —od mat* throughout .. ,. tre»t«r btahnem and ••akakOBki ink* no M t bcttir, P. XMar, M bitter, work better! r MM; •«»• a kMttbT ector alow In r •*»—•«• •** ni out hollow T «*u«a aoM. Oet a intriguing n»w tu-tone styles in /7 x^. •SiT*'"** SPECTATORS Bright i*(Jit fo\\t\ bluet! fm\i\ Yetlowil Whift»l Slylai gefort . . , oil 01 comfy at going $298 Ualhtf iolei. DIAL 3362 BlytheuillB, Prhansas >_untinuoiM Show* Every Day Box Office Opens 1 :45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:M a.m. 12:U *m. «:3* p.m. and Wednesday TRACY TURNER SCOTT Selected Sh*ft Subjects ' Continuous Showing Every Day Box Office Openi C:3t Show SUrt» «H5 Opcni Sunday l:M: Starts I:1S Conllnuous Shows Sat * Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday I No passes honored on Sunday Roxy Theatre —th«r« It no finer sift Hion a watch...no finer watch Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE IBETTI DAVIS IPAULHENREID 'CtAUDE RJUMS Easy Terms GUARD'S JEWELRY STORE OINTMENT In Brown and White i»!M>»*i 202 W. MAIN Blytheuille. Rrkansas COMING TO THE RITZ MAY 23-24

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