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TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 19-17 BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER New* Emily Wixson, Soctety Edilor Phone 461 Luncheon Compliments Miss Mauclie Modingcr Miss Ciail Eich nnd her mother, Mrs. Loy Eich, enlertained yesterday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock with a luncheon at then home, 1010 Holly si. in compliment to Miss Miuuiie MomiiKcr, bride-elect .11 Peter James Lauman of New Orleans. Flowers of gladioli anci roses in attractive arrangements deeofatcci the Kicii liuinc. Tlie three tables at \vhich the guests were served luncheon were centered with inixeJ flowers. Miss ModingtT was presented n bri'adtnty anil linen guest, towels by her hostesses. Included among iho guests were Mrs August!* Oufhilo and Mi.-,-; .lac-(|uchne Uufhilo of New Orleans, liousegiiosls of the Moduigeis. 'Miss Elizabeth McRae Brkle of Gerald Chafiu LUXOKA. AUK. 12. — Miss Mary Elizabeth McRa<-, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Join 1 McRae. became the bride ol Geruld P. Chufln, .son •>( Mi 1 , and Mrs. It. C'hntin, in a ceremony Saturday night at the First Baptist Church in Luxora. Floor baskets of garden flowers in pastel shades foimcd u setting for Ihe wedding party and burning candles casl a -soil glow over the scene. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a clicks of light blue eyelet wil'i bustle back, while accessories, anil a shoulder corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. w. J Hakestraw of Ihe bride's matron of houur and Mi 7 . Knkcstrnsv served Ihe bridegroom as ijest man. Alter a wedding trip to Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Chalin will be at home in Lnxora * • • Mrs. AHlick Presents agram a I. WSCS Meeting Progr Mrs. W. A. Afflick was in charge of Ihe program presented at yesterday's meeting of thr: Women's Society of Christian Service of the •First Methodist, Church at the church. Her topic was "Home Missions." Mrs. Marvin Critlenden, principal speaker, discussed the "Need ol Dependent Children.' 1 i Mis. Hugh Whitsitt, president, was I in chitrge of the business meeting. Hostesses for jestci day's nieeliny v:ei'e Mrs. C. G .Redman, Mrs. \V. IA. Afflirk, Mrs. O. N. Hawkins, Mrs. A. M. Butt. Mrs. F .T. Black, Mrs Henry Humphreys, Mrs. R. 13. Stout, . Baptist Church Women Hold Circle.Meetings Monthly circle mfetings of the Woman's Missionary Soolety of First Baptist church were held yesterday afternoon at the homes of various men:b2i-s. Circle One met with Mrs. J. I;. [I Nalx-rs wilh to members present. ' ~ Mis. T. C. litoivn and Miss Cordelia Wilhito led prayers and Mrs. Kendall Berry taught Ihe lc;;:u>n. W-hen Cir.-le -\\m met with Mrs. E, S. Coatcs, II) members were present. Mis. W. Marlon Wilimms and Mrs. M. W. Lewis nave prayers ami | Mrs. Theodore fxigan taught the lesson. Mrs. C. E. Kdus was hostess lo six members of Circle Three, for which Mrs. 1). n. Dlcd.soe lauglit the lesson. Mrs. liledsoe and Mrs. Harry .). Priuius led in prayer. Nine members of Circle Four met with Mr.s. U. o. Cash. Mrs. H. W. Woolen led in ]>r:iycr and Mis. E^b Carson taught ihc lesson. Mrs. G. V. Daws was hostess to eight members of Circle Five, for which Miss lloilv Hiett and Mrs. C. R. Neweom!) led prayers. The lesson was t;n:glit by Mrs. Hoy Head. Circle Six members, eight of whom were present, mci with Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr. Mrs. H. H. Brooks and Mrs. Jlnrks marker led prayers and Mis. C. S. U'mons gave the lesson. Refreshments were served by each hostess ut conclusion of the sessions. Mrs. Baugh Hostess To Girl's Auxiliary Mrs .Russell Bangh was hostess last night at First Baptist Church to members o I the Young Woman's Auxiliary of the church. The nine members present included a new member, 'Miss LDuise Steele, and also attending as a guest was Miss Betty Ball. Miss Clilfie Overman 1 gave the devotional and Miss Marion Mayes presented a program on "Missionaries in Chile." Mrs. C. K. Johnson dismissed the croup with prayer. During the social hour that followed, refreshments were servixl Bits of News Dick Shanks is ill at his homo at 112 K. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Obert Hitch. 617 North Division St., and housesnesu. Mr. and Mis J. R. Derby of Denver. Colo., have returned from a visit with relatives of Chillicolhe. Ohio. Miss Willagcne Daws lias relumed from a two weeks visit with relatives in Trenton and Halls. Tenn. 'Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan and daughters, Barbara and Hosenmvy, have returned home from :i visit In Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Carl Puls and Miss Jane Huffman of Toledo. Ohio, are guests this week of-Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan. 'Mr. and IMrs. Ed Cherry and Mi-. and Mrs. Olen Sprayberry were In St, I/Hils Saturday and Sunday for the ball K«mes. Mrs. Dorothy Cirlssln and daughter, Kay, of Dallas, Texas, are the guests of Mrs. Orissin's mother, Mr.s E. C .Hariwr. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves ind son. Wade Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dodd have returned home -after a month's vacation In las Angeles. Calif., nnri Reedsport, Ore. While in. Rtedsport they ws'-a guests of Mr and Mrs. Reeves' daughter, Mrs Ivan Colvln, and family. Mr. and Mrs. . A.Beckner and son, Jackie, of Phoenix, Ari/., are guests for a week of Mis. Heckner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. T Deskin. and family. Mrs. Bi'ckner Is the former Miss Jenellc Dcskln. En route here they were weekend guests In Padiicah, Ky., ol Mr*. Beckner's sister, Mrs. L. s. Kcy- nerson, and family. Upon Iheir return to Phoenix, the Beckncrs will be accompanied by Harry Desliin, Jo., who will make his home there! Mrs. Carlos Tucker ot Joncsboro. and members made plans and prac- was Miss Dortha Bogan's guest to- liced parts they will play at the '~" YWA houseparly Aug. 11 at Calwuy Baptist Church. M-lhoclist Women Meet For Program, Business The Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church met yeslenlsy with Mis. W. 'L. Green and Mrs. Joe Strickland as hostesses. •Mrs. Ivcrson Morris was program chairman and Mrs. H. H. iBlevins led -in prayer. These taking part on A- i r . I 'cu -in urajei. incs^ lasting part, on Mrs. Allen Pi C karcRIi-.s L. M. Bui- j Uie pr £ se * m were Mr5 . Gc ^ e stil . nt-U atul Mrs H. U. Oakcs. we ,,; A f rs Don Lu ^, Mrs. W. B. Program Meetings Held By Presbyterian Women Mrs. E. M. Huffman ami Mrs. Thad Nicol were hostesses to members ol Circle Four of the Women's Auxilinn of First Prcsc>ytcn;in Church "yesterday at the Huffman home ruui members of the Business Women's Circle met hist night ut the cluivclr. In the Circle Four meeting Mrs. J. E, Carter gave n. program for the seven members present. Her subject wns, •'How Much D.i I Value Life?" Mr.s, Alice Wo muck presented the program lor the Business Women's Circlo, "Can We Be Christian in Our Community?" Miss Jewrrll Smith, who luvs been teaching ihis Summer at the Presbyterian s::hoai iti CacKio Valley Rave a report on the school and her work there. Mrs. C. M. Gray was a guest. >Refre,sliinenU were served following each meeting. • • * Birthday Parly Given For Larry Watson, Five Mr. and Mir. Odcati Watson cn- trr'.ained Salu r c!ny afternoon lion- ovlni; Ilieir son, Larry Gene Watson, on Ills fifth birthday. Guests were :« ol Larry Gene's yannj: friends. 1'ri/cs durim: afternoon game; wonl lo Carolyn Wren. Betty Ann Watson ami Juf.nita Overtoil. Following g^incs, the- host and hostess served ;efrcshrncnls of ice cream nnd cake. Y Picnics to be Held Tomorrow and Thursday fn observance of the conclusion of Summer day camps at Walker Park. Hlyllicvillc Y will sponsor two picnic:-parlics on tomorrow and Thursday moriiuur at Ihc Park. The picnics will' have n "tacky party" [heme and prizes given lo the hoy and girl A!ayo, Mrs. George Shanks and Mrs. Strickland. Mr.s. Siilwell, president, was in charge 01 the business meeting. Mrs. Augusta Carpenter of In- rtuuia. iiou.seguest of her son, J. H. Carpenter and Mrs. Carpenter, was guest other tluui members. The hostesses served a sandwich piste and iced drinks for refresli- 1 merits. . . . Bride-elect Honored By Mrs. L. E. Baker Miss Alary Sue Bcrrymnii was guest of honor last night at a dessert bridge and towel shower given by Mr.s. L. E. Baker at her home on Kentucky Street. Miss Berryman will become the bride of Howard Graham of Steele and Caruther.i- villc, Mo., in a September ceremony. White tnpcr.s burning in crystal holders and surrounded by clusters of white petunias formed centerpieces for the small tables at which Mr. and Mrs. Wanner Adams mid daughter, Linda, are spending a week in UetroH and Canada. While Detroit they will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haminnn nnd the Rev. and Mrs. Jolin L. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Farrlngton and daughter. Georgia Lee. are in Kt. Louis for several days to it- tend the ball games. They plan to return the latter part ot '.he week, Tne Rev. George Stewart. o( Pjr- ry is spending it few days as -suetl of his parents, the Rev. and Mr.s. Allen D. Ste-vart. Misses Hut>i and Iva Seny left, this afternoon for Pensucola, Fl-.v, where they w': spend a week as guests of their uncle and aunt. Miami Mrs. Melvln Brown, and daughter, Miss Melba Brown. Miss Jessie Glenn Tomlin is the guest this week in Memphis of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hodge and family. Also with .the Hodges is Mrs. Hodge's mother, Mrs. J. 'V. McKay, who is; recuperating .it their home, Four Oaks, after undergoing an operation at the Baulisl Hospital. Mrs. M. Garrison spent several days in (Memphis last week as guest of her aimt and uncle. Mr. and IMrs. E. O. Carr. A son was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Bc.l> Lee Smith Saturday at the Willis Hospital. The baby hxs been named Mark Allen. The Smiths have two other .sous, Joe and Phil. Mrs. Dan Bltulsett of Little Rock is spending t!ie week here with Mr. Blodgett. superintendent of Miss of Y will bo dressed most appropriate. Barbara Cullisnn, director playground, said. Hoth picnics will l )c held from 8:30 until 11:30 o'clock, children in Ihe firsl. through third grades, ore lo attend on Wednesday and' those in the fourth through sixth! grades on Thursday. Tournaments in checkers darts nnd tether ball will i, c conducted wilh prizes being awarded to first t nnd second place winners Miss Cullison said that soft drinks will be served but each child will bring his own lunch. i the 12 »uest,s were seated. Embossed place cards completed the I bridal motif. Arrangements i>[ marl- golds in crystal bowis decorated culertainiilg rooms. Miss Bci'rymau's place was marked by a white gardenia corsage, a gift, of her hostess. Mis:; Virginia Williams received high score in bridge and Miss Jo 1 [j Ann Campbell won hearts prize. Highlight of the evening's entertainment occurred when Miss B«r- lyman found gifts of towels at the end of n treasure hunt. Mrs. H. A. Berryman. mother of the bride-elect, and Mr.s. u. W. Mullins.sisler of, Mr. Graham, were also guests. Twenty-Minute Alarm Sounds in Jerusalem JERUSALEM, Aug. 12. IMP)— A 20-nrinutc alarm threw Jerusalem into a state of jittery confusion tonight. The alarm was believed touched off by guards at a Royal Air Force billet on the Street of the Prophets who -saw suspicious movements near their compound. NOTICE NOW AVAILABLE at your Grocery and Cafe Clover Farms Sea (rest Milk & Dairy Products Grade "A" Pasteurized You've Tried the Rest Now Try the Itesl! Gill for Sealtesl Milk Delivered FRESH Daily East Arkansas Milk Co. 3133 Pacific Ave. Memphis, Tenn. From Adams' RECORD BAR Texas Jim Robertson-Seven Women in One Ailic Shaw—Ffcncsl Vaughn Monroe—Moon Love Spike Jones—Holiday for Strings Wayne King—Je Vous Aime Ferry Como—Girl of My Dreams Tex Benekc—My Heart is a Hobo Tommy Dorsey—Boogie Woogie Bill Boyd—New Steel Guitar Rag Erskine Hawkins—My Baby Didn't Even Say Goodnight Charlie Spivak—No Greater Love Betty iliilton—It's Lovin Time Sammy Kaye—Midnight Masquerade Earl Hincs—.Icily Jelly Blues Perry Como—When You Were Sweet Sixteen RCAV ICTOR RECORDS Famjly Reunion } Given in Memory Of Late Educator In memory or the Inte C. if. I.loyd, founder o-f Ihe Gosm'll School, more than ICO members of the family, of which IX were Ills direct tle.sceiidunls. jjiuhereil Sunduy ttt Wnlkcr Pnrk here for n reunion. A highlight of the dny was n brief speech mude, by Attorney Claude F. Cooper, faculty member ul Gosnell School for is yea^. In tribute to the worlt ol the lut« Mr. I.loyd, director of the school when Mr. Cooper [uitghl (here. The late Mr. t.loyd uls u » c ns Justvu- mentul in consolUliitinn of the school. Many of Ihe 3s fiunilies represented were from out of lown. They included Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Webb. Mrs. A. 1. Webb, Ken- li;lh Webb. Avcry Webb. Gary Webb Mrs. Alex Edney and son, uml liob Galnes, all of Rlplry, Tcini.: Mr. nnd Mr.s. Montel Temple iiiul son, Mrs. G. W. Hillings. Mrs. ton-line Kluta and three chililren, nil of Covlngton, 'I'enn.; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Esles nnd family uiid Mr. and Mr.s. Oenc teles of lmttanooKu. , Prom Ti-umnnn were Mr. nnd Mrs, W. n. IJoyd uml also present were Mrs. William Medley and children ot Greenwood, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gray nnd family of Sleele, Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. liobert Temple of irorncr.s- villc, Mo.. Sergt. nnd Mrs. Uoyd Temple of Fort Smith, Mr. uiid Mrs. Ed Doss and daughter. Junellu, of >fi4jhes. niul Mr and i^s. -Palmer Smith of jonesboro A picnic luncheon was served and dining the afternoon i-.liol.i- graphs were made At The Hospitals PAGE:THREE .t: iiosriT/u, Admitted: John WuUliMi, clly. K I/. Duvis, city. Dismiss eel: Mis. L. S. H:u'ta>K. WAU.S IIOSI'ITAL Dismissed: llinuaru Ann White, Hioves. Mo. Mrs. N. M. Moovo, eily. Mis. T. A. Webb. HI. a. clly. IU1T1ST 110SHTAI,. M*m|>h|s Dismissed : talilie Aitiims. Joiner. MI'llloniST IIOSI'ITAIi, Memphis Dismissed : •M c. OuUiuv. clly. Etowah News Mrs. C. M. Wnllncc was Ih" weekend suc.sl of Mrs. ciconi Chtls- niOIH). Mr. and Mrs. Geor(je Dcncflild of Senath, Mo., s|icnt the weekend with Mrs. Uyrd HIUTIK Mr. mill Mrs. jumes Harris of _.'iiath, Mo., were recent euests ••.' V. L. Cook and family. Mr. -uicl Mra. Ralph Beneflelr nnd son. MJc- New Libertu Newt Mr. and Mrs. Jivsiii* Condi'r "i>l Munujf. L:i., :ire nimsl.s of Mr. Con- iler's sish'i-. Mrs. Jack Williams ami 'Mr. Williniiis. Mi's Jninnle Null McDonald is visiting iicr sisic'r. Miss Marian M 1 :- UuiKilil ami utlu'i rcUuivc:; In M;MI,- phh, Mr iiiul Mrs .11. 11. Williams inul fi'^ijlv <ji Memphis were weekend IMU-.I.S or Mr. nnd Mrs. J .O. Williams. Mi »nd Mis. c. 1). l.oni; and fmn- ily lime u-Uinu'il home ufu-v vtsil- hi'i ubhvv:; In Ml.sslsslpill. Mi. and Mis. II. I,. Jlyid (it llmis- IOM. T. x . ari'. vislllnii Mr. nnd Mrs. I; 8 Mulliiis mill tnnillv Miss Kv-e'.yn 'Williams of P.IMT.S; Cily v.;i.s the weekend K*i<'Sl of lier puuw.s, Mr. mill Mrs. .luck Williams. Hem y 1,-jiiK, Miss Kanioli.i ,lrr- iiit!:iii. .Miss l''r:iiiei>.i Ivjnii. Mrs. Cliiyuui Holder and son, Thunu.-;, ulii'iuled the MOAT .show In Memphis Iriilay night. K. I- -Maislnill and daughter, Mis, IVin-1 Hill i>! SlM'le. Mo.. \\vrii Uie weekend ^ui'sls of Mr. and M: 1 .;. Hilton Htcphen.son. Mr. and Mrs. .1, .V. I.oni; anil !l. !•:. l.'in^ have returned home, alter vi.sitin;; in llrtiee. Mis.s.. nnd oLhrr lioinls in Mississippi. Swtft Oil Mil! Co. ~ Mr. and MIT,. Carl Bass -ind children. Curl. Joe. nnd Mary Lou of Lepanto. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. w. Brleliam. Mr. and Mrs. Bass. Carl ami Joe, have returned to their home bill Mnry Lou remained for a longer visit. with her grandparents. Condition of 11171 Breeden.- who hns b«n quite 111 at Kennedy General Hospital fur the oust several days, Is unimproved. S:f.{ is as ii(?|!i>liiiblr in BOIIU parts nt Atrica us ^old tuid -sil in utluT countries. henl, were weekend liuests al the Cook home ulso. Mrs 1. C. SI-.oHim Is 111 .it her linini! near llatfher. fruncis Clay had as we.'kc.... KUi'sts Mist, Ruth Hraeketl in.I Slinnin Wood. Mrs. llclly Wallace Is 111 ill. Vtei home :\v llnlcher. Mr.s. [(. 11. Wl'nioth. who UP.S been u piillenl. at Hie Baptist HIM pital in Meni'ja;.;, has been <l's- misseit. Miss Ji:we: Walln'.'i! ha-s rettir-'-i-'tl home fiom ;i loin 1 o,' the W<^st. ^hi 1 Is now .spriKilsif .1 lew (lays will- her aunt, M.'.. '''corn OhrLsmond M nur 1 ?.";•*. (>e:iKe i*!n- hive Hm{ us the' ij'.iv r iVi tl\e liast v- ^ -, Mi. iiml Mrs A. O Spelling:!. Coming Events TUESDAV Avnloii ntuico Club members will .• guests ol Mrs. Raymond Slinni- llu. WEOKKSDAY Mrs K. H. Woodscm nnd Mrs, 0. R Penn will honor MrUle*ii'i't. Miss Mnry Hue Hoe, and tinner, Marcus ,)OP FCvnml, wllli dinner liarty. Junior Royn! Assot'latlon of First HajHIst O'liurch un'i'lhiK ut, thu Too Late to Clatsiff for Sal* Oiln IjiiOy l>i..|| •inil'nniltrcs.H. Uilril In- ratwy. i'll. ?53I]. IJ-nk-ll 1'iilr of liu lovely raluml lovi> -.ini.; $2^ 5U, IMi ;|7.1 r.r - clvvnvr U'unth ,tuti:lt siultt. d rooui !iou.v N>';ir iii-iiuui. <:»if ;mu r. o. not .m. lllvlhtn'lll,.. Uin-Llk-lri Bl-tlvlci Ko»v Wushlng miulitiu> com- "It'ti 1 \vllti lnl>a. 47a. Phono i»4U;i. ^n Uiy -I \vhti'l [kini [nillL'ni, 0 iih 1 l)ri':i. ull Kl/*>ti trui'k iiniL Irillior ticiln Alsu wimuu Hilulra, Ili-liry W<>»1- li-'tioh Mluiti. roriiu-iLy Dan HtiMil l.llttl IIUldl'1 KlllflT rULIlllllllllllin VIHU ...... cloixni'i- liu-lutli-M iwti iniii'luni-H wlin tiki lUliU'hini'lils, 4MJUO. Cull 1)00. Legionnaires 'to' Meet The Dml-Cason Post. 24 of the Ainei-lcan Ty.-iibii will hold Its weekly jr.eclliij; at the Legion Hut to- niiiht ut B o-cloi'k. | dlum to good kinds 2».2S-27.50;»g« • helfeis 16 00-; common<tind n»«d[u rjcuf cowt, mostly'129piief»J'cai Jiers nnd cutters/9.5d-1200. vluirch, S::IO r.'clock. THURSDAY ONli liuuco dub meeting with Mrs. Louis /.cller. FRIDAY Mrs. Alvin Hardy lioslesfl lo inem- bi'i-a ol the C1IC Club. Mr. mid Mr.-, Marcus Evrarit entertaining wilh rulietirsdl supper Cur Rou-Kvraru wctlttlnit parly. SATURDAY Miss Mary Hue Hoo will become Hie lirlile of Murcus Joe Kvrnrd 111 a I'ricmiKiy i>i, 7::!0 o'clock In the I'vrnliiK nl I'lrnt llapllst Cluircti. •/Ml 11 wouk» ulii ftilulM. Uoll 37M. A OUIC'K HAI.K I will Unity .v DiviKlon. 2 IOIK, a r,.iooni !'oiL!,i^, out- fnralHlii'il for 11 hoim-. Invi'^liiH.iit anil liivunu« iiiu|)|.rLy. Well UllS Hi I'lH'l!. Nl.'t low lllllT f3.r,» 'IVrnn I'lioiu. I'U-lil, 'J'.HH. Services INd MAOII1NKH IlKI'AlllKI) svrvliT on nil milk™. <;. K. . 'ion !•:. A»]I, «|il-nk-«|rj to R»nt I'nfiii Lil.>rlinl IUMI] Inu'iit (tit viHcnm. wife nno '» rhnoriiii. » ,v io vi-nrti o'il. I'll,in,- :i(lis (.'mi IniiilKli i.'fi'i- for Rent >S|):trliiM-til 'in] KuM Ahh lillii l.llty Ul. lli'.Uuoiii.v Klf! II? U. Mutii. I'll. BS2. HM^-nk-o'i 2-|5 o (I i (i o m nnl'iirnislu'd house or npailtnenl. C I'lil lifloUt, (Iniirit'r News AililvL'rtisiniv Dcpt. IMione •i(>l. Koforena-s. K 1.'! rk If Notice at (lie Wnfcli for )»ijf I, •'(•ion Hut, Aiiff. 21. Sitnnsoicd liy lie dii's (if Cadiolic Church. 8 12 ck 20 I ^ ADAMS APPLIANCE Co. J. W. Adams, M^r. 2t71 2M-M W She'll Love You For that i Birthday Gift! Lane Cedar Hope Chest THE GIFT THAT STARTS THE HOME PROM THE STORE THAT OUTFITS THE HOME The Gift That Starts the Home Uememl>er HER birthday liic ronuintic way. (Jive her the I.ane Cettar Hope Clicsl she tongs for. It's one gift .she'll ttu-risli iilways. while it keeps' her precious treasures safe- No matter which slunninj; style you choose, your gift I^ine will have all of (he exclusive I.ane quality features! Ideal Gift for Sweetheart, Sister, Daughter or Mother CHARLES S. LEMONS, Furniture Livestock ST. I.OU1H NATIONAL STOOK- YAKUK, Ami. VI. (UP) —Livestock: Hutisi K.iiOO: nil Kiiiublo: ulauBh- trr burrows nnd fillls ',>5 to !JUc hkgii- IT Hum Monday's uvcrnge with wilh mini lulviiiicc:; on wi'lKlils 170 lo a>ll) Ibs. Hulk nl which $27,7. r i lo mostly S:'HIW. iM-uclluul loi> S'Jtl.UO; with u few in S'JtJ.yri; :>.|() to 2'1U Ib.i, W«,r>U'$:!i.7r>: a»n in :iou Ibs. 25.00"' i!>', some :ff;0-lli. licnvlu.s, ' M.OO: 130 to 1511 Ib.s. IM.M-M.ufl: I(J{) to I-'O Ibs, ai.iW-XI.OI); best llylit t aa.lli); ncciisliniul a;i.L>ri bulk sows lM.«fl-!!2.riO. Uiilllr f>;.t«ii; sulnljli! r>.l)()0: calves ^.(illl): Kiilable 2..100: cr-iicrnl lirud unevenly higher un nil fed eiiUli! wilh KciKTiil. iiiiili'itoni- KhnwliiB Jlrimii'SH on lower ufiuk'.s also. On cuiistmiiiiL'iit choice liunvy steeis fi'i, n new Ui(); .suveriil luncts top gooU and ehoice nicer:;, :!D.riO-:il.SO; mc- . Life Jackets on shipboard' a stuffed with reindeer IJalf^JJ Do You Suffer Dbtress Of "N , , \vcaV.--ul finiil] thne.l? T!ion IM try Lyilla H. riilVmun'M Vi^clnUlo C'oin- IHIIUKI In ri Ik'vi* inich fiyniptQinsI In u rrniul ininUuil u<>i 1'I ilk hum'n (.i)in|iiniiHl iirovotl ruilmikitbly holjiful lo wtiaion lioublcd Oils wny. H'« ivliut, tli^iom L-till a ut4trlnc mMlallvn. H l>no u uniiMl ^fn]tll1ll^ utrccl on one o/ it-o.-rt- «fi'.i ;.j(i3l lr;j]ior/iut[ ejrynu.t. •luliim iOKiiliuty--l']iiktiiim'n Com- pounit lunini Inildl nil rL'BlrAiMicu to B«ch <lliiliL-^:i. Also n ^rL-iit nlonmclilu tonicl LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Shows Kvevy Day Box Office Opena 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 u.m. 12: is p.m. 4:30 p Tuesday and Wednesday M:UT|L nf Time ( V SHcc leil Shorts COMIXfi SOON TO TUB KIT/, Aug. M-IS ".Stallliin Itoail" with Uimald Ucajjaii * Alexis Smith .\ng. IT-IS "Shocking Miss rilRrlm" wilh liclly Orablc ami Dick Haymes AUK. M. SI, 22 "Sra «r C.rass" with Spencer 'I'rary ,V Kallicrine Ht'liNum. "Tiir riurksli-rs" with Chirk Gallic, IK-lK.riih Krrr Jt Ava Ourdner Box Office Opens at 7:*0 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:00; SUrtj I:IS Continuous Shows Sal. and San. Bargain Night Every N'lght Except Saturday No passe* honored on Sunday M the IUxr. 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