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PAGE FOUR Bf-YTUKVJLLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Society, A/ewA * Phone 4.161 WedA'ng Plans Announced By Miss Dorothy Wright ULu Dorothy Elizabeth Wright. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wricht, today nude known plan 1 ; for b«r m»rrl»«e to W. O. Gueriii Jr., ion of Mr. and Mrs. W. O Guerta Br. The double ring reremony \vi]l be •olemnlzed Friday at 11:00 am in th« Krst Presbyterian Church by tlw Rev. Harvey T. Kidd, pastor. A program of nuptial music will be presented by Mrs. F. B. Joyner, organist. Miw Wright will be given In marrlag* by her father, and Miss Barbtr* Monaghan will serve as her maid of honor. Dr. P. E- Harrison of Brinkley, will serve Mr. Geurtn as best num »ad ushers will be 15on Wright, brother of the bride-fleet. «nd l>on Besharae. Shower and Tea Is Given Complimenting Mrs. Green Mn. William Orin Green Jr.. the former Mis* Vernell O'Nenl. who has b«en honored with spverul parties prior to her recent nitir- rlftge, was agatn complimented »-hen Mrs. L. E. Mobley entertained with a shower and ten at her home In Manila Thursday afternoon. In the receiving line with the hostw* and the honoree were Mrs. W. O. Green Sr. and Mrs. O. H. Ashabranner. Hydrangeas in shades o[ lavender, pink: and blue were used to decorate the home. The tea table, overlaid with an Ivory lace cloth, held as a centerpiece an attractive arrangement of white lilies nnd while gladioli in a low crystal bowl nnd Engaged Miss Jean Chloe Goolsby Is Bride of George Doyle Mrs. Koehler Hostess To Baptist Circle i wo Circle Two of the Women's Missionary Union of Dell Baptist Church met last night »t the home i of Mrs. Herman Koehler for their Royal Service program- The meeting wn.s opened with sjrouri slnRliiK which wrfs followed by silent prayers. Mrs. R. A. Jones gave tile devotional and Mrs. C. A. Smith wfts In chniRe o( the pro- gran) on l)>e subject of "Training World Workers for Wot],' Missions". Others who participated on the program were Mrs. Duve Kelt' ner, Mrs. Koehler, Mrs. C. P.. Hnr- | I man anil Mrs. M. H; Griffin. The | dismissal prayer was given by Mis. ' Kellncr. I The home was decorated with ! i rjoutiucl.s of mixed Summer flowers (tnd the hostess served « saliui pj.ito with Iced drinks. TUESDAY, JUNE 15, IMS Gleaners Class Meets At Malt Monaghan Home The Cleaners Sunday School class of the First Haptist Church met last night- at the home of Mrs. Matt Monaghan with seven members attending. "Christ, In Us" was the subject of the .devotional given by Mrs. K. H. Brown and prayers were given by Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Fred Fowler. During the bu.sinefis meeting, plans were made to send a child Miss Jane Wilson, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson, and Miss Annella Humphreys, daughter "r. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys. from the stale Baptist Orphanage I ' e(t loda >' ' or G ul<Port, Miss., where • -- - l "-"" -"' -'"• Gulf Park Camp at Monticeilo, to a Summer camp Instead of the usual monthly "Care" package to Europe- Also committee's were ai>|x>lntcd to plan the class picnic which will he hold in July. they will enter for five weeks. Mrs. Ben White, who underwent a major operation several weeks ago at the Memphis Methodist Hos- Dtal, has been re-adirrilt«d there During the social hour, a Bible | for treatment. qii!/. wa.5 conducted by Mrs. J. W. j _ Mrs. R. p. KIrshner and son. Bob- Ruycler and refreshments of jvncli and ris-soried party foods were "served by the hostess. by. will leave tomorrow lor Frank- Confirmation Services Held at Temple Israel Confirmation Services were held Saturday morning and Sunday a:~- lornoon at Temple Israel lor Manley Feinberg, son ot Mr. and Mr5. Sidney Plali. Some ot the out ol town gueo's who attended the services were Mr-s Hanni Host Rriiman of Cairo, III. Mr. and Mrs. \V. Arlau of Red- monds, Calif., Mr. and Mis Max Colm of Kansas City, Mo., Kiss Anna Platt and Dr. Matthew Plan of Ptorrest Park, 111, Mr. and Mr.i. Ray Carter and Ellen May Caricr of University City ,Mo., Mr. ami Mrs. Max Feinberg of. St. Loui.>, Misf ' Bertha. Feinberg of Tuscon, Ariz., and Mr. and Mis. Alfred Arlan and family, of Memphis. Annual Picnic Held Presbyterian Women Meet In Circles for Program The Women's Auxiliary of the Mrs, M:\ysiil Fliuvkins todny nu- r.oiniccd tb.c cn^iigcincjit nnti np- proacliiii!.: man-inp? of her daughter, Mis-s Ik'iikili Hawkins, to Ellis Guntcr. son of Mr. ancJ Mrs. A. A. Gimlcr. I Plans for the wedding which will | be .soltMtmiz^d on July 10, will bo announced later. Miss Hawkins \va.s ynuluiUed froin BlyLhtville Hi^h School and is now employed ti.s a bookkceix. i r at Farmers Uiink and Trust. Company. Mr. Giuitcr attciitlctl JJJytlicvJJJe .schools LtiKi is no\v engaged in itig with lus father. Methodist W. S. C. S. Meets With Mrs. J. W. Maloncy The Women's Society of Chi istiiin Service ol the Lake Street. Methodist Church mct yesterday afternoon al thc homo of Mrs. J. W. Mnloney lor a procnim meeting. There wen- Iti members, one mr.v mcinlwr, Mrs. I'lieron McKiSMin aud one visitor, Miss Lola Thompson, pre.senl. Mrs. Geoi^c Shanks presided during the business session, at \vliidi time plans were made for the Kionii lo meet twice a month beginning; July 1 and ending September 1. I I-'ir.st Presljyierian Church met in • circle Krcups yesterday with "Thc .soli.mnl7.ed Sunday when Miss | ivainteuch and tt.s Relation to the «'l wide interest Jean Chlou Goolsby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goolsby of SikcsUjn. Mo., became the bride of George Doytc, son of Mrs. Gron;p Doyle and the late Mr. Doyle of Oscc'ula. The niiiiTiafcC look place at the First Christian Church in Sikeston with the Rev. It. M. Talbort. pus- lor, officiating, assisted by the Rev. L. T. Lawrence of the First I'res- byterian Church of Osccohi. I The double ring ceremotiy was performed Iwforc the altar, doco- I rated with while lilies and [link I and blue hydrangeas in floor baskets, iitjainst a background of greenery. Cuiuiles burning in cathedral holders cast an array of soil lij;ht Is Honored The suest of honor wns presented At Miscellaneous ShoWCV a handmade bride's guest book. The hand tinted book was covered with white s»tin and attached on tjjc front cover was a minatnre bride's bouquet from which fell streamers of white satin ribbons. Mr«. Grover Snider and Mrs. Blvlne Children presided nt the silver tea and coffee services, assisted by Mrs. Jewel Porter White and Mrs. Max Walters. Mrs. James Moor«. received and arranged the tlfts presented Mrs. Oreen. Mrs. Ann Worth of Blythevillc, presented a program of accordian selections during the afternoon. Shower Party Is Given Honoring Miss Whistle Miss Dorothy Elizabeth Wright, bride-eject of W. O. Gcurln Jr., |, cslc .ss. was h'mored yesU-i'day afternoon when Miss Biirbaru Mcnaghnn complimented her with a miscellaneous shower at her home. Apprixfnintcly 3-1 of Miss • Wright's Lashot, Mrs. Don Lllte.s, Mr.s. J. A- I Rounsvillc and Mrs. Joe Strickland. I Following thc meelintf a social! hour wn.s held (hiring which lime | "An- Kels Serenade" by liraga, •"rrnu- mcric" Schunuinn, "Melody in F" Rubeiistelu. •'Clair DC Lime" De- were served by Baptist Circle friend:; attended Ihe occasion, I [ n Homes for PvOPiam During the afternoon, contests were conducted and prizes were won by Mi's Jhnmin nances Clemmons and Jlfss Vivian Patterson. Mrs. On'llli 1 Elkins Jr.. \va.s presented a gift fiom tbe hostess. Tile dinini; nir.iH table from which assorted iiatly IHUHTli wcs .served, was < a Ince :lnlb. The pastel colored par-i bj":M ty foojlf nd((ed to the attractiveness' closinc marches. Miss Beck sany "Throu^lv the Years" and "At Dawning." . Tlie bride, given In mnrrliiKC by ! ber father, wore a wedtiinx %:o\vn of Ivory satin fashioned with a high neckline and a petite round collar edged in lace, ;ind a iliir-d bodice wiih self buttons down the j front. The sleeves were filled at Thc Women's Missionary Union of | lhc elbow with covered buttons and' mct labl tlie First Baptist Church met la formed n petal point over the hand. M G ,. ay circle groups yesterday with the' Tllc '«" skirt extended iiuo a ^n-ho-itiU theme of the lesson being "To j sweeping train. Her finger Up veil Whom Mncli Is Given." !°f imporlcd French Illusion fell Hibic" K.S thc subject of the prj- yrnms. Circle One met at the home ol Mr.s. W. H. Pease with 12 member* and one IK-W menlbei, Mrs. S. L'. Tune present. Mis. Henry Layson un;» L'0-hosie.s.s. Mrs. C. M. Grny w.i.s in chaise ol the program aiitl Mr.,. Zal B. Harrisull pavu the home minion article entitled. "Who C.v.i Compete W:th California"? Mrs. Herman C'arlton was iios- te.H.s to Circle Two members wiui 12 member?, one new member, M:-.s. Ed Williams and ihree visitors present. Mrs. CV.rlton wa.s in charge of the program and Mr.s. Leslie Hooper read ihe hoim mission article. It u ;u also docidfcl th;U Circle Two would be in chaise ot serving tli^' supper at the Young Peoples meeting Sunday iirght. Circle llntie met ai the home of Mr.i. Aubrey Curuvay with II members attending. Mrs. Harvey T. KUid wa.s in charge of the program and alsu f?ave the devotional. Circle P.Viir met last night ai the church with Mrs. C. P. Rambo anil Mis. C. JI. Bhikemore as hostesses. There y.'ere 11 mecnbcrs and two visitor.', MIS. G S. DillalHinty ami Mrs. L. S. Haitzog present. Mis. Oilhihunty was in charge of the. program and cho.sc as her topic, "Mamiaillins; a Christian Atmosphere in llif- Home." The Business Women's Cirel* , St. Joe..Mich., by Mrs. Klrshner's fatlier. Dr. r. D. Smith of Nebraska City. Ncbr., who will also spend the Summer there. Miss Edna Fellhaucr and her flauce, Dnve Salomone of Ottowa, 111., arrived Monday for a visit wilh Miss Fellhauer's parents Mr and Mrs. Joe Fellhauei. Mrs. Baker Wilson left today for Fayctteville. where she will spend leu days with her son. Billy Eldridge, who is a law student there. !•>. nnd Mrs. a. L. Dednmn acid son, ruckle, have rclurn.cn home from a two weeks trip to St. Louis Kansas City, Mo., and Chicago, 111. Mr. and Mrs, Joseph William Mc- Ilancy are the parents of a daughter born yesterday at the Blytheville Hospital. Their first child, she has been named Lynn Joanne McHaney. Mrs. McHaney is the former Miss Mary Lynn Jackson, daughier of Mayor and Mrs. E. R. Jackson. Enmocl Swcjirengcn returned I home today from Chicago, ill., where she has visited for the past two weeks with Mr. und Mrs. Fisk Miles Jr. She was met in Memphis by her mother. Mrs. H. N. Swearen- Employes of the Rice Stlx Factory were honored with their annual picnic supper Thursday night Dogwood clubhouse at 1 employes and at the o'clock. Approximately 125 (heir guests attended the affair. Before the supper was served, softball and other games were played. The committee in charge of ar- Boy Scouts of Troop 38 Guests at Camp at Hardy Slxi.i"n members of Boy Scout troop 38 of Die First Christian Church are guests this week of 1, I,. Ward of Blytheville ai camp Rio Vista near Hardy. Dan Blodgclt is Scoutmaster ot Troop 'JS. Presbyterian Girls Attend Church Camp Four Intermediate girls of •the Presbyterian Church u-u yeslcrday to atiend the Presbyterian camp at Fer'jcllff for a week They were. Misses Sophia Ann Bright, Aileert Wfmb-rly, Roxamie Johnson and Jean CamplxUl. Mr. and Mrs Smith Johnson motored,.thetn there. Coming Events Social Calendar fc Wednesday Avalon Bunco Club being entertained at the home of Mrs Fred Davis on E. Kentucky. Thursday B R. C. Club bein B entertained rangements was composed of Mrs. Bertha Sykes, Mrs. Iris Bingham, Miss Ruth Ralph, Miss Rhoads and Floyd House. Cemetery Association to Meet with Mrs. Walker The Maple Grove Cemetery Association will meet tomorrow afternoon, 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. John Walker on thc Barfiel.l Road for [heir regular meeting. gen 6r., Sandra Long, Kay Smith! Missouri At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Helen Bates, Hayti, Mo. Mrs. E. L. Ford, Caruthersville. at the home ol Mrs. Russell werl Octette Club meeting at Ihe hoiii* al Mis. R. C. Raw. Thursday Rook Club being entertained at the home ol Mrs. Dal* Home. Mr. and Mrs. James Terry cn- Geoi-gia'i lertainius members of the Wriiili'.- j Gemin wedding party witii a re' hciirsal dinner al ihe Hotel Noble at 8 o'clock. Thc I'atnlinders Class of Ihe First, Methodist Church having a pot luci supper at tl:c church, at 1:30 p.m. Civic Calendar Wednesday Kiwanas Club, Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Tbursilay Rotary Club. Hotel NoWe—12:- 10 p.m. Mis. Vcrnon Thomnsson, Mrs. Perry Barber and son. Tommy and Mrs. J. M. Glllespie are spending a few days In Dyersburg. Term., as guests of Mrs. C. c. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Powell spent the weekend in Matthew, Mo., as guests of their son, E. I,. Powell nnd Mrs. Powell. Condition of County Auditor, p. K. Cooley, who underwent a mln- Ihe circle One met al foods and Mrs. L. H. Hay with picsent. Oiwnin' the ,!i Sheppard of Hose- wtess at her home Fri- wlth a miscellaneous Miss Helen Whistle of Rowland, who became the bride of Merrill J. Osborne ot Manila, Sunday. Approximately «fl guests attended the affair. The dining room table from which Msorttd p»rty foods and iced drinks were wired, was overlaid with a white lace cloth and was centered with K low crystal bowl filled with yellow and white snapdragons i fl»nked by white tapers burning in crystal candelabra. Miniature flpnr-; ines of brides carrying yellow bou- i wl "( c ncccfsorles. Mrs. QUers were placed around the cen- • terplece. , j A color scheme of yellow and ! white was carried out in all the i decorations. An arrangement of yel- ! low and white gladioli was placed the buffet given of the table. Miss Belly Nell Holland urcsidcd at thc punch bowl. Wedding bells made of white paper doilies were suspended from Jhc chandelier In the dining room, and the buffet, which was banked with greenery and pink nnd white holiyhawks. licit! a tnidal scene of n In idv in a white gown and lour bridesmaids in pastel colored gowns. White lapci.s in crystal nindelnbra were burning behind the bridal scene lo casl a soft plow over it. An ^ui of town guest nilcmh'ni;' wns iriss Roberta PIKP of Nashville, Teim.. who is visiunir Miss' „ Ml ' s ' Jl>C ' ; Ilillc was '«»««'•'' tu Rene Morris. (Circle Four wilh 10 members pies- home of ! trom a wreath of orange blossoms, with 11 members sll<? carried a white Bible cen- pruyer was given tercet with n white orchid and show- Kcndall Berry and the | crc<1 wi 'h stephailolis and sutin S prayer by Mrs. E. L. Hale. I ribbons. Mrs. C. 3. Lemons taught the lesson. Mrs. Ted King was hostess to Circle Two with 11 members attending. Prayers were offered Jy Mis. Charles R. Ncwcomb and Mr'. C. W. AfNick. .The ICMOII was by Mrs. Harry Fiitr.ius. Circle Three met at. thc home of Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer with to members present. Mrs. Marion Williams Miss Betty Lynn Sizcmove of Sikeston was maid of honor and signed with off the shoulder ef- signe dwtlh off iiie s^ovilricr ef-1 feel, ami a halo of yellow tulle. Her ' colonial bouquet was of yellow gladioli. The bridesmaids, Mrs. Charles Steitikisli of St. Louis. Miss Alice Ciitchlow of Matthews. Mo.. Miss Marjorie noyle of Osceola ai'd sister of the bridegroom, wore id^nti- I or operation a week ago at ', Blytheville Hospital, Is much 1m- | proved. I Miss Lnvonne Portlock and Miss ght the home ol Mis. C. | Eloise Barnes Icfi last night for ilth Miss May Dixon us : Chicago, 111., where they will spend There were 11 membcis i n week's vacation. From there Miss Portlock will go lo South Bend, Ind., where she will visit relatives for a week and Miss Barnes will return to her home here. Mrs. Geraldine Webster and Mrs. Mildred King spent the weekend In Walls, f-fiss. and five visitors present. Mrs. Alice Womack was in charge of thc program and the devotional. Refreshmc-nt.s were .served at cn^h meeting. National average yield of flax in thc United States in 1916 was 9.6 bushels an acre. Head Courier News \Vant Ads Condition of Ben Kenneth Young, who underwent an eye operation three weeks ago at the Memphis Eye, Ear and Nose Hospital is much improved. He is now recuperating Mrs. Alice Simmons, clly. , Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Paul Adams and baby. Ar- niorel. Iiilas Davis, city. at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Young. H. E. McAfee of Long Beach. Calif., W. B. McAfee and Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Green and son. Jimmy, of Memphis, were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Burks and family. Mrs. Frank Moffett returned lo her home today in Hot Springs after visiting here with Mrs Belle Wood. Mrs. Hattie Potlcr of Bassett. is spending Ihis week here as guest of her sister. Mrs. C. R. Collins and Mr. Collins. Mrs. Charles A. Moody and daughter, Sylvia, left today tor a 10 flay vacation in Hot Springs. Does ; Your Father wanf a Distinctive Gift On June 20th? That unusual gift, correctly wrapped and properly offered with a Norcross card. Is here at The GIFT SHOP Moss Bryan 103 East Main Slreet by Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Mis. Jack Hale was Mr.s. Ttjtn \V. Jackson gave U'.e '. ca> drosses of [link lafleta. and pink prayers and tlie lesson was taught • halos and carried colonial boutptets -------- of pink and. white gladioli. Boyd While of Osceola acted ns best num. Sum Ha^:;ard. Ben Butier Jr. of Osceola. and Sam Goolsby [if Sikeston were groomsmen. Immediately following the cere- I mony a rrception. with 2(10 guests mother of thc bride-elect niso'sT-' 1 circlc six met at Ihe home of 'attending, was held on the lawn of tended the affair " ; Mrs. Don Haley with 12 inembjis "i p bride's hnme. The table was and one new member, Mrs. Rccrc decorated with summer flowers and Woolen present. I'tnycrs Wire c,ivcn ; centered wit.h a tiered cake. fcy Mrs. J. II. Adams and Mrs. Harly Bo::an. Mis. .Murray Smn:t \v.is in chp.rge ol The lesson The niesi of honor chase for the e " L Mrs ' Alvln lluflman J r - taught occasion, a blue chnmbrav dress lesson and prayers were offerer! • • - ' by Mrs. Gertie Hawks and Mrs. C ' fn^hioncd with full skirt wilh Wright, E. Edds. M ! fs MnnaRhan was nssiMnd ( scrv ' n x ""<' emrrtalninc by lir Matt Monafhan Mrs. on the buffet and the Individual [ T , , n . bridal napkins were inscribed in j Informal I arly LlVCn gold with "Helen and Merrill." i D., !\,r n ' \\i i i- i /->i • • ,-, Miss whistle chose for thc occn- D > lvllss Uojuia Wimclcrlich ' Llinsliaii Kcprcscntalives «lon a white rayon dress trimmed \, ( ,, An I T . I' f Miss Uonnn Wunderlich was hos- Atleitd Intci'lliedmlc CamO less at Her home this morning with an informal party honoring Miss Five intermediate representatives Harriett Washington of ' Holly ° r thc First Christian Church here Grove, -.v.'io is the Jionsesuesi of ''avr left for Chi Rho camp In Ison and Miss Fran- Ravcntlen Springs. Ark., tn attend with pink flowers with white accessories. She pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder. Mrs.' W. A. Whistle, mother of the guest of honor, was presented . » corsage of red cornatl"!" ?.vm Mrs. B. S. Osborne. mother of the bridegroom, was presented a corsage of yellow carnations by the hostess. ,j ' ' '"' E ' ""'" Youth Fellowship Meets With Whiltpn Group The Mississippi County sub-district meeting o! the Methodist Youth Fellowship was held Ki.st night at Whit ton with approximately 75 members attending. A playlet er.tr.Icrt -The Oitf w-;j. presented by the Whitton yoiuu people. Miss Ruth Seay, who is president of the Fellowship, presided over tl.r business meeting during which a was decided lo send a delcaale to Mount Scquoya in Faycltcvillc. lo the officer training camp there, he- ginning August 3. The gfoup also decided to direct their Methodist youth lur.d to a youth center in Chengtu, China. The banr.er for general excellence was given to te Osceola group. Following the business meeting, refreshments were served. -A|)pio\iiua;ely 20 cirls of the ; colter- set aitriidrtl the affair. : Cut of town ctirsl.s .itirnrliiiK hK'uried Mif,s Betty jean Cijlc- | Mrs. Goolsby received the guests \ wearing blue linen and black acces- | sorics nnd thc groom's mother chose I a black and white jersey with white (accessories. Assisting Mrs. Goolsby i were Mrs. William Sizctnore and I MM. Hugh si:»'«rt. I Mr. and Mis. Doyle left for a I wedding irip 10 Rocky neach. Mo., alter which Ihey will return to Os> ccola to make their home. ; Tlie bride wore for traveling ft .. . -- natural nincn suit with green ac- a rliurch conference for the Chris- ccssorlr-s and pim;ed her bridal 01- liati churches this week ' chid at her shoulder. Those attending are Donna Bed- ! Out of town guests who attended men. jmimic Lee Moore. Betty Lee ; were Ihe Rev. and Mrs. L. T. Law- Garrett. Suzanne Angel and Wen- rcncc. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bowen. nuill. Miss Kvclyn Musts Laura Lou Pope of Osceola. Iran Pi«c and and Catherine cie!l Kcclinu. They were motored there in- the Rev. and Mis. will be accompanied home Snndav ohi by Mr. and Mis. W. A. Angel, wlio will motor there for them. Mrs. Eva Polk Tarver. Mrs. Bob Cnimer. Miss Mary Rlirabrth Bal- Slrubllar. and lone. Mrs. Urn Hutler Jr. of Oscc- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cotner and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. McDonald of Wilson. Calvary Y. \V. A. Meets Wilh Miss Bculah Lloyd Tl'.e Vovni'-; Wotnen'.s Auxilku'y of I Calvary Baptist Church met 'last j night at. the homo of Miss Bpulah 1 Uoyti \vilh II mrmbfv.s, two new mciiiljm. Miss Jay chanrtlrr nnd Miss Kmrm* Ayocx-k ami onn visit- o:\ Miss Hoi i nip Ucvin nUeiuiiivc:. 1 The opening prayer was given by Miss Lloyd and I he closing pray- ! cr wa s piven by Miss cliandler. j Miss Hamonn Er.clnncl. president, ; wa? in rhavge of ihe bii-sinp.^s .sr.s- ', • sion nt which old and new business | wns (iisoisseri- i Following iiic business nn v et*ng, a i seiner roast was held in the b.ick 1 yard of tbe Lloyd home. j ? ! Don't Forget the Big BINGO PARTY WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16 AMERICAN LEGION HUT Vrizes Valued Not Less Than $5 All Proceeds Will Go For Building School in ' Blytheville Sponsored by the Ladies of the Catholic Church SHOES Men's Sizes 6 to 12 Boys Sizes 2 to 5i $6 95 Family Shoe Store BREAKFAST \\ the PIG STAND! We .11 Now Serve From 7 Breakfast to 11 Daily lie Rustic Inn NaTton-w<u4 survey of drug storti thowt women pr*fsr TON1 ov«r any oth«r bom* permanent by an overwhelming majority • Toni ijivcs thc most natural-looking wave you've ever had, • Contains UmmisToni Creme Waving Lotion— developed espe- ciaJly for waving your hair at home. • Tom has been awarded the Parents' Magazine Tested and '' -nended Seal. • No skill-no spt allrai. Kre<H]ired to Rive yourself i Toni. '» easy as rolling your hair ip on cur ir« . but the wave stays it for raont ;s. » Your Tom w; ;e K RU anteed lo lix>k as lovely an 1 last just as lon^ as A ^15 beauty shop -avc-or T oney back. WOODS DRUG STORE Phone S07 221 W. Main THE NEW lot FOUNTAINS C € Al I N e FRIDAY JUNE 18 To PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5th & Walnut IT'S THE CAR OF THE YEAR! \juntinuous Showi Every Day Box Office Opens IMS Show Starts 2:00 ^ LISTEN TO KLCN f 3:0* a.m. 12:15 p.m. 1:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday 'FAS/COME, 1 FAS/60" ! S«l€cl«d Short Subjects Continuous Showing Every D Box Office Opens 6:39 Show Surfs 6:45 Optns Sunday 1:00; Slarls 1:15 Continuous Shims Sal- >t Sun. Bargain Niplil Kvcr.v Nishl Kxccpt Saturdaj ; No passes honored on Sunday al Rosy Theatre * 'I'ties'hiy and NVcilncsday DOUBLE FEATUKR KATHARINI PAIX RC*tR1 HtflURU HEHIEIO W»1KB CINECOLOR. i Ihru Unil,J Arliitt Corilinaons Showing Kver^ O»y

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