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,| FAG1 TOUR BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.)' COURIER JCEWI TUEST>AY, JANUARY », Ae^i phone 4161 i Bride-Elect Complimented Girls Auxiliaries Meet !By Mr*. Gilbert Hammock 1 Miss Hop* Vhltworth, bride-elect ,'of Elwood D«n, WRS again honored • last night when Mrs. Gilbert Dee j Hammock entertained with ft fcltch- '«n shower at her home, i During the evening when games 'were played, Mrs. J. W. WhKworth 1 »nd Mrs. Rouse Harp won prizes, i The dining table from which as- |»orted party foods were served, was , covered with an Ivory lace cloth i and held crystal candelabra hold- 1 ing stately green tapers and tanked i with greenery. i Miss Whltvorlh, who wore a slate | blue two-plec« wool dress trimmed t with silver sciiulnx and black nc- > cessorles, was presented with a co! lonial bouquet by the hostess. , GuesU Included Mrs. J. W. Whitt worth, mother of the bride-elect ' ind Mrs. Harold Wright, sister of j the groom-elect. i Circle Meetings Held ; By W.S.C.S. Members I Womens Society of ch'.'Isthui i Service of First Methodist Church ! met In Circle groups yesterday i with "Great Prayers of the Bl- ble." M the subject. At First Baptist Church Junior and Intermediate Girls Auxiliaries of the First Ilaptlsl Church, met yesterday afternoon at the church witli eight members nnd one visitor, Nadlnc McMurlry present. The program based on the fioth anniversary of the Womens Missionary Union, told of the prepress made since tlie first meeting In Richmond, Va., in 1888. Papers by Mrs. Ann Baker Graves, Miss Martha Mclnto.sh, Miss Annie Armstrong and Miss Fannie E. S. Heok. were given by Martha Ann Fo-Mcr, Mnrl- lyn Jean Dauehtcry. Bovci'ly Jones rind Linda Rayder during the program. Special music was presented by lieverly Jones ami Mrs. Ebl> Carson and Mrs. J. Albert Eiirtcrlln leri tn prayers. Refreshments wcie served. * • • Mrs. Osborne Is Hostess To 1 lachnhoina Bridge Club i Mrs. Richard Osborne was hostess yrMcrdny when -she cnEerUiiu- rd members of the Hachahoma j Bridge Club ut her home. DiulUR the bridge Dallies played. I ! Mrs. Jninr.s Rolc.soil won high ssorc Baptisl W. M U. Has Missionary Program The Womens Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church had its regular monthly meeting ycs- tcrrtay 2-.no p.m. nt the church. The topic was, "Sixty Years of Roynl Service". .Mri. Marion Williams, piesldcut. opened (he meeting with Ihe watch word for the year, The devotional was filve" by Mrs. M. C. McWaters. Miss Cordelia Willllte was 'n eharse of I lie program. Mis. T. VV. Jcfferies and Mrs. W. B. OillH'rL discussed the progress of the oi'ga- nlxulon for Ihe p:i.it years. Prnycr.s v:ote offered by Mrs. Mc- Wiitcrs. Mis. William. Mrs. K. n. Woodson and Mrs. J. T. Wcsibrook. Womans Club Is Selling For Bunco Party, Dance Mrs. Robert Thompson, Mrs. Clinton Abbott, Mr.s. Delinic Ham- nwm. Mr.,. Paul Abbott and Miss Bits of News John Simpson, former manager Coming Events Social Calendar Business Women's Circl* 1 of the First Baptist Church will me«t with Dr. Edna Nles at 7:30 p.m. Wednttdl? Mrs. W. B. Burkett of Bassett will speak atrn Joint meeting of Central and Lange Parent-Teacher Assn- of Montgomery Ward Store in I3ly- | clallons, In the main auditorium of thevilla and now of Portsmouth, the First Baptist Church at 3:30 Ohio, Is visiting with friends here. , p.m. Executive meeting for Cen- He will return to his home Wed- ' trnl will b* held at 2:30 p.m. and Boone A. Hnll, who v;as I-nnse Executive meeting will Immediately following the joint meet. inj! treatment, for a severe cold al i ( ng; The meetings will be held In Walls Ho.spilal. was dismissed to- ' me Youiif? Peoples Department of day. His condition is satisfactory. Mrs. J. T. Ashley is spending several days in Porlagcvillc, Mo,, as guest of her daughter. Mrs. John R. Wall. Mr. Wall and daughter, Kuthy Marie, the church Jvlis. J. C. Ellis will be hostess to Town and Country Bridge Club. Mrs. Dill Gilbow entertaining Avaloli Bunco Club at her home. Mis. C. A. Cunningham will c« Mrs. A. C. Becker and son, Jim- i hostess tu Wednesday Bridge Club : at her home. Miss Iva Sony and Mrs. Rouse Harp complimenting Miss Ethel i Mae Eberdt, bride-elect of Joe Van I Cle\'e, with a dinner party at the Seay home. Thursday Mrs. E. n. Gee will entertain Wonts to Stay a Princess Circle One met at the home of ' ' an ,|' \i rs \y Hi unison, second. rti.jrrshmciUs ol a sandwich uh lcfri ririlll; s were served by the Mi-s. John Miles Miller with Mrs. i Byron Moore as co-hoste&s. Miss ' Mamie Adams gave the devotional ' »nd Mrs. Moore led the study. ,• . . I Sixteen members were present. I Mrs Henry Humphreys was VV/_ c | 0 .._ n Hiiilrl 'hostess lo circle TWO. which it , Wesleyan uunci ' Hood » Iuuu member* attended. Mrs. HughjVyTiU Mj-e WWt-sltt gave the devotional and " llu " IIBB Mrs. E. B. Oee led the study, j MjsR Ani .j<, Hood was hostess la-;i the Womans Club. Guests were i members of the monthly bunco club together wilh their husbands. ! Prizes duriiiR the bunco games ] toy the women '-verc won by Mrs. j Pole nimiliaii). lilfih score, Mrs. Clinton Abbott, bunco and Mrs. Ciilvln llolllngsworth, low. Ray lla/iisson. won high, C E. Abbott, bunco and Carllon Stiles low Ipr Mic men. P c t: o r a I i o n s of slicair.ers suspended my, of Little Il<x'k. were the weekend euest.s of Mr. and Mrs R. W. B rtrr. Mr.s. A. P Wi'bb of Bolins Oi'oen, Ky,. arrived Saturday to spend a week here with her sister. Mrs. Charles Lan^ston, Mr. Latiii.ston and children. They met her in Memphis. Mr. and Mr.s. Henry Dmid of | Thmsdav Luncheon Club. Joncsboro, spent the weekend here i Mrs _ Richard Prlchard will oe with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. O. Reeves | hosteA ,, lo Jo) i y Elg j lt Club, and son. Wade Jr.. Mr. Dodd is a j Mr s. c A Cunningham will en- slndcnt at Arkansas State College. | tc ,. ta i r , Mjd-Week Club members al Mr. and Mr.s. Gracly Ashley and , MI j, 01 ,, c _ daughter, Suzanne, were the wcoK- . Mrs r B j 0 y ncr i v il] he hostess MLS. J. T. A shl(1 y ! 10'I'liurtday Contract Club, and o'.ner relatives. Q| UD i^ht meeting at the home Condition of Mrs. T. I. Soav who Is home on Chickasawba of Mrs. Jcs.se M. White. M«. S. C.TMcker ho5te.« to members of the Octette Club at her Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Meyer of Wil- | home son were the weekend guests of Mr. I ]3 llllco ci u b meetinB at the home TPrinccss Christian of Hesse, the former Elizabeth Reid liogers who fcave up her U. S. citi/.enship to marry Prince Christian Brabant of the famed German family, is pictured in Washington after she filed application lo regain citizenship here. Reluctant to give up her title, she asked that her name be changed to Elizabeth Princess HCSST. She returned with her husband on a Swiss passport in November. nnd Mis. W. T. U:n nclt. Mrs. S. P. Lee Is spending si'vci.il weeks in W!no«n, Miss., as gue^t •>( of Mr.s. Otho Slanfield. Phebean Sunday School of First Baptist Church meeting at the homo vari-colored . from th; chandeliers were used lo carry out, n Mnxicnn theme In the cntertain- int; rooms of the club. Assorted par- j tv " (w);ls on the table, which were ' - , Wesleyan i S ' ( ,,. V( , (1 i>H!fel, style, also cnn-iert out. -----her son. S. P. Lee and family. Mr. of Mrs R E vanHooscr at 1:30 nnd Mrs. Lcc are Ihe parents of a , wj(h Mrs F E utlcy nnd Mfs son born Friday in Memphis Moth- j Hubcrfc Se vmore as co-hostesses. odlst Hospital. The baby, their thlicl child, has been named S. P. Lee Jr They have two daughters, Rhilda Ann, 10, and Sustin, who Is five. Mr. and Mrs. Paxil Orcenwoll hail i their Kuesls over the weekend,! Frhlay Miss Delia Purtle will Rive a book review at the regular meeting of the Woman's Club nt the Clubhouse at 2:30 p.m. MIS. Paul Byrum entertaining 1 present. Mrs. Homer Rave the dcvo- ', ttonal and Mrs. H. W. Wylic led In chnrcc of the brief business sc.'jsion. i A dessert plate with coffee was served by tlie hostess. Itl.vthcvillc llcis|iilal the study. J Circle Five met nt the home of Mrs J. W. Adamj Jr., with 12 ( members attending. Mrs. H. N. Whl- 1 .'',',, , i tig gave the devotional nnd M«-. fylvs. CnUcudeU HoUOVCcJ [ R. B. Stout led the study, i Mrs. Elton Kirby was hostess ab I her home lo Circle Six with H - • • .... nm , ,s 's meeting. Club honoring Mis. Marvin Crit- Icdcn who Is moving to Little Rock. 1 _ 0 . mll The 50 guests who nUcmled Included members of the Order of Ihe East- Ar- I her home to circle six wiui i<i 1 members present. Mr.s. Paul Jobe A covered dish supper and n \ gave the devotional ami study. surprise handkerchief, shower was I Refreshments were served at each . given last night at Ihe Woman's Bob Harris, city. Mrs. J. T. Self nnd morel. Jerry Young, Stcele. Mn. ..,,. , „ , C | ' Miss Hrttv schci'f. Washington, With ouppcr and bhowcv D. c. W. M. EcLUgRS, CltV. \VAI.I.S IIOSriTAL Dismissed: Hilly Wayne Bagwell. Burdettc. ........... " — ..... -•- ............ -j Mr. niulMrs. Charles Oreenwrll Jr,. c B c c|ub mcmllors at , llcl . home. of Owtinsboio, Ky., David Gicea- well and Alice Grecnv;cll of Louisville. Ky., who came especially to attend Ihe wedding of their cousin, Miss Sue Grcenwell of Hayti. who iwas married In CarutheisviHc Fri- 1 day. Women's Auxiliary Meets 1 At Church For Program 1 Women's Auxiliary of the First | Presbyterian Church, met ycsler- i day afternoon at the church with 1 "The Kingdom Without Frontier.! 1 ' is the subject of the program, i Mrs. E. A, Rice was In charge of ' the discussion of the program and i Mrs. Ross Stevens Rave a prayer i In connection with the subject. ! Following the business session, ] presided over by Mrs. C. M. Gray i president, a tea was held In the social 1 rooms of the church for the pur- \ pose of bringing Bills which will t be turned over to the Presbyterian Lclanci Gilton, Springfield. Floyd McLemore. Luxora. to Address crn Star toRether with their Inis- . bands and a special guest. Lydia i MlSSCO JCnOOf Crlttciidcn, daughter of Mrs. Crit- tcndcn. Following the supper bunco was Junior Progressive Club Meets At Osceofa Church OSCEOLA. Ark., Jan. 20 Frank Sanders, superintendent of the Os- ceoln schools, was guest speaker last night at the meting of the l Junior Progressive Club at First I Methodist Church. | Mrs. Emmttt Wilson Jr.. introduced ] Ihe speaker who used the subject of "Education". Civic Calendar Tuesday American Legion—8:00 p.m. Wednesday Kiwanis Club—12:10 p.m. Central P. T. A. Executive Board— 2:30 p.m. Followed by P. T. A. meet- Girl Scout Lone Troop—8:00 p.m Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. Royal Service Program Held At Baptist Church OSCEOLA, Ark., Jan. 20.— Women's Missionary Union of the Bap- Osceola Legionnaires Arrange Dinner Meeting Infant Dies of lnTanl ules or OSCEOLA. Jan. 20—Victory and tisl church met yesterday after- | American Defense medals will he noon at the church for a Royal j presented to eligible World War II Eervlce program with 37 members t veterans of south Mississippi cmni- •Utcnding. ty at a dlnner-meetim; of the Macs Mrs. Jetiie Driver, president, was Grider Post 15!) of the American ] old "soil of In charge of the business meet- • • Ing and Mrs. c. E. Dean the leader of the program on the subject of "Missionaries. Mrs, D. H. Blackvvood gave the devotional nnd We the Women Ara yon getting » little fed up with the constant talk of prices and the tendency of 'most peoplt today to hang » price iag on everything? Of course, the cost ol things Is terribly Important to us all. Trying to balanse the budget Is a m r> s t vital problem with most families. But harping on the price of things rt o e s n 't do any good. So let up on It a bit? All (his "Do you know fliat I paid Jor butter this morning?" doesn't bring butter down one cent All the groaning WP do over taxes, the price of shoes and hair cuts, doesn'l help n* one hit lo break even financially at the end of the month. All we do by talking Is either tfl bore or depress each other. The high cosl of living Isn't news any more. It has been with u.% a long time and. apparently, is going to be with us for a long time to come. And the headaches It is causiiij us individually are just part of a big. general headache. Quit Moaning So we might as well quit moan- Ing and groaning to each other, do the best we can with what we have and leave money mid price tags out of our conversation. That won't make us any heller of fiancially, but it won't make uj any worse off, either. And it might make living torlay a little more plea-. others taking part on the program were Mrs. Jimmy Bass, Mrs. Hale Jackson and Mis. W. B. Hale A dessert course was served the group by members o Two. John Thomas Gray. 19 month- Mr and Mrs. Thomas Lesion In the Legion-Community ' Gray died of pneumonia last night Hut here tonight at 7 o'clock. ; 10:30 at his home on 916 Clark sill The medals will be presented by representatives of the United Slates Army, Xavy and Air Forces during special ]ire.=cnt:ition ceremony to Noble Gill of Dell and Blylbeville charge of the business session at Ice-chairman of the Arkansas St.itc i which a contribution to the March Miss Ann Matlock.gBve a readme ' L1 meeting at the Lesion H lid Mrs. Vernon Aston was In I _* r,. lm „ m , ^, ,i._ i : - .. _^ "- 1 - ' - uu p."L. Osceola Events Tuesdar Girls and boys basketball gam'-, Osceola vs. Oosnell there, 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Mack Grider Post of American ut played with Mr.s. E. R. Alley win- i Board of Education, will be the j of Dimes was made by thc^ club. liing high score for the women and i principal speaker tomorrow night • "'- *.•-«., . ~™ I Dale Hnrn winning high score for j nt the monthly dinner-mcetiuE of the Then. Gifts were then presented jtlic. Mississippi County Superinten- ' Academy In Carfdd Valley, with | to Mrs. Crluendcn by the guests, Episcopalians to Honor Rt. Rev. R. B. Mitchell Plans tor a ctniKWIinUonnl s\lp- , per to bo given Saturday, Feb. "?. al I the Woman's Club Ui honor of the lUlC iMIS.SlIiSlpp! VJUUULJ .jiik'i-"""' I dmts and Principals Association Klvtheville Hies Scvhool. Mr. Gill win speak on "The Mew Look," a topic dealing with new Idcns In education. He recently attended an educational conference in Snn Francisco. Mrs. Billy Ay res was accepted as new member. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs Pat Klnard, Mjjs Rubye "Annnbe). Kir day Girls mid boys basket ball game. Osceola vs. Dell, her* at the High School. With the Courts Clianrery Thelmn Andrews vs. Zcpha Andrews, suit for divorce. Monettc State Bunk, Cnmwny Office vs. Dora P. Odom, Raymon W. Phillips, et al, judgment (or 51000 and a lien on real estate. which will follow the Post's regular business se.s.sion. | Joe H"am, mrector of Ihe Ar- circle | kansas Veterans Service office in \ Little Rock, will be truest ol lionor at the meelmu and will address members ol the Post during the program. All vciPvaiiR of South pi Comity rrsarriless of they are members of the post or not the First Presbyterian Church yesterday afternoon for their regu- HP liad been ill for a week. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday, 3:30 p.m. at th« Cobb f \ineral Home Chapel by the Rev. Ij. c. Ramsey, pastor of the Assembly of God Church. Burial will be in Elm wood Cemetery. Other than his parents, he la survived by a sister, Mary Catherine nnd one brother, Danny Ray. are* invited to attend the meeting, D. Fred Taylor, post commander Aintcd. Woman Fatally Burned DEQUEEN. Ark., Jan. 20 (UP) — 76-yenr-old Right Rev. R. BJand Mitchell, Bishop ot the Diocese of Arknnsns, \VCVR formulated last nisVil nt a I mcelmi* of members of the Woman's The dinner meeting is scheduled to start at 6:30 in the high school cafcicria. t Mrs. L. S. Hartzog and Mrs. Ebb Bpradley as hostesses. Mn. Harvey T. Kidd and Mrs. Walter Day told of tlie need and .., , „, ... , ,, , the purpose of the pi its which weie *" xm " l ' jr , ot sl " | lc P hl;ns I'Piscopa, •brought in by Jimmy Walsh an(1 1 Cluircll. Mrs. S. S. PaUerson enter- Donna Day. jtamrd the group nt her home, 818 Mrs. J. E. Beasley and Mrs. Wil- j^'" 1 M "'"' ,, , .. . Ha™ v«,inrr nr.^irio^ ~.r... M,o I.,- ' Mrs. O. O. llardawsv, iir c.si el e til,, liam loung presided over the l« , wns tn dlarga ot i hB bu ; lnc ' M ,,,„,„„ 1 who died Saturday of a Heart at- Many Attend Funeral Of Mrs. N. Caidwell Those from nut of town who were- here to attend fimcrnl services yc.stenliw for Mrs. Nina Cnldwerl! Presbyterian Auxiliary Mrs. Marlorie Wiley. Mrs. Jne Mar- Has Meeting In OsCCO/O tin. Miss Shivlry Mn.Hon. Miss Evon | . 3 Slaten. Mrs. Lillian Wilks, Mrs. M. C. Stiles and Miss Vivian Skurlock Guests who attended were Miss Mary Lightfoot of Helena and Mrs Elizabeth Harlsficld. Marriage Licenses The following couple.s abtainctl i marriage licenses yesterday in the office of Miss Elizabeth Blj'the. county clerk. Arthur L. Jaco find Miss Helen OSCEOLA, Ark., .Ian. 30—Members of the Women's Auxiliary ol Mitler of Osceola. Benny Joe VanC!ev r e and Miss Ethel Mae Eberdt of Blytheville. Charles M. Trucks and Miss Mari Aldcn of Manila. r J^e^Wn'withTmen^rs A ™ year-old Lockesburg svoman present. Mn, Warner Dillard was - ^rned ^^-^^vhe-i co-hostess. ' Mrs. A. W. Bowen, president was charge of the brief business session and Mrs. Ed Simmons presented" the program on the subjecX of Foreign Missions with the title of the program being "The Kingdom Without Frontiers". Mrs. Steve Dorter acted as secret- »ry In the absence, of Mrs. Percy Allen. Plans were made at the meeting for the observance of the week of "Prayer and Selr Denial", to be observed each morning next week at the church at 9:30 o'clock. A dessert course was ABrved the hostesses. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office" Opens 1:45 Sliow Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN S:(10 n.in. li:\3 p.m. 4:30 p.M. the ROIT | tab\e ^Wch was rtrapcd with a lace ! cloth and held crystal candelabra i with burning tapers, banked with J greenery. , Mrs. W. A. Dobyns was In charge I fit the planning of thu ten. degrees. Refir.shmrnts will be served. Visitors are invited. nnd announced the appointment of several coinmltce chairmen \vho will serve during 1048. These Inclu- Mrs. Ella Payne, devotional' Mrs. A, R. Olson, social: Mrs. Fran': J. Turck, pio£rmn: Mrs. Lewis Hu- Womans Council Meets With Mrs. W. D. Cobb The Executive Board of the Wo- nans Council of the First Christian Church met yesterday at the home uoncr and 13. McDowell, lack were, Mrs. Dewain Berry and Mississippi County Womens Mis Mrs. nryant Armstrong of Jones-! sionary Union Association will have boro. Miss Madse Doneson and Miss an Clara Smith of Kcnnett. .llm P. Clark of Friendship, Tcvni.,' ami J.ilmny Thompson of Carnthers- ville. Mo., Miss Myrtle Barnes, Cam altar: Mrs. A. G. Shiblcy* visitinR Johnson, Mrs. Minnie LeSicur, Mr. Miss Josephine Shiblcy' presented nn(l Mrs - Clyde LcSieur. Miss Uliiav (ho program nt last night's meet- i Summer, and N. B. Summer of inc. using ns her topic "Church Mn- I Portagevillc, Mo., and R. P. Sum- sic." The meeting was closed with Im ' r o( I!tl J'". Mo •. Mr - ftnci Mrs mans Council of the First Christian l'™V cr >«« by Mrs. Hardaway. ^u] Cuklwcll. Mr. and Mrs. Vcn- Cakc and coffee were served by lncc Cni dwcl). Mr. and Mrs. \\illi. Mrs. Patterson, who was nsslstcd CaUhvell and Miss Martha Cnldwcl by hc-r mother. Mis. W. T. Oberst.!" 11 ° c Joncsboro and Mis. E. S ... 1 Slupprn and Joe Shlppcn of OsccoU day meeting beginning al • of Mrs. W. D. Cobb on Hearn St. with 12 members present. , Mrs. Rupert Craftoti. president, " ' ' , presided during the business meet- | j\ ; [j ss [_ cc J s Hostess [ The devotional was given by Mrs. To Baptist Y. \V. A , L. L. Ward Sr. who chose us her sub- i Ject, "Love, the Greatest Power On 1 Miss Adaline L«e was hostess to • „.,__- , , , „. ,„ i Earth." ,,hc YmniK Women's AuxlUarv of' °SCF.OLA. Ark Jan. 20.-Wom i Following the business SI-SMOII the ' the First Baptist Church last nlsh; : r " s ^-"'"f of thc Calvary Epls i meeting was closed with the mrm- at the church, with nine members j c .° m L » luc11 met \csterciay altci • bers saylnB the Missionary Bcucdlc- j prej-cnt and two visitors, Mis. Ebb ' Mrs. Miller Is Hostess j To Episcopal Auxiliary 0:00 a.m. Friday Jan, 23, ai the ^ir-st ttapllst Church. OsccoSa Bapis! Church will 'ae In charge ol he program. tlon. ! Carson and Miss Ant) Hnclmnau of Refreshments of assorted cookies, Memphis, daughter of Mrs John ] candles and coffee were served by : Buchanan, who will leave next week I the hostess. Collopo. Clinton ! Business Women's Circle '; Meets With Mrs. Woolen HOT SMls? . 1 conic a missionary. i Miss Maxftic Overman gnve home ol Mrs. Hurry Miller Sr. Mrs. Miller gnvp the devotional and Mrs. \V. E. Hunt president, was in charge of the business session. Mrs. J H, Lovcall was in where she will study lo be- | ^ hn ^ c of " th e program on the sub- ! Ject of "Llffl of Chrl.st." A sncial hour followed thc meet- 1 For a thrifty dinner treat BAKE GLOVERLEAF ROLLS Quid! Easy! Juit Add Water siv-v s. Charles the book following Meeting meeting witli prayer and iSrs. Wool- B Chapter number 117 of the Roy- Mrs. Carson di.smls.serl 'the grou>> al Arch Masons will hold tlieir res- with prnyrr. Miss I,ee was a.vuslccl j ular meeting Wednesday night 6 Mrs. Charles Evans gave the In- troductlon on the new mission stuny book on the subject ot "Splritiml Frontiers", by Counts Redlord. ReireshmenU were served. NeUa Simpson in serving' o'clock in (he Masonic Hall. Work! i will be In thc P. M,, M E M and H A' MYSTERY ENDED t c*flturi«fl. »nd luillioivj of victims V.»TC onp«r«l*Ir «ouK>it n, WRT to <Jcal wiiS tbl» pirt ti*t live* inkid* lh« human body. StUte* kM at laat «oW«d th« Brobleml H !» now *J»O known that Fin-Worm in. feetlon *rr«*4« T»t>idly &nd c»n e*utc re&l I dUtrcM if ««rl«t«d. So beware o( that ' JUTJnw'tT-for JATH?'S*r-w"^*ha •' «i^«tr» of Pin*Wormi. r-W IK a mHie&l- ' lr M^ni trvAUMftt W**d on an officially [ mfprvrtt <?ru« principle. Tht ««S7'lo-LaVo ' F-W fifchta ket i* » ip«cl*l w»r to rciooTa yin-Woros T Don't Forget the Big BINGO PARTY Wednesday, January 21, 8 p. m. at tht LEGION HUT Prizes Valued Not Less Than $5 Admission $1.00 Sponsored by the Ladies of the Catholic Church Lim cnnpnnn ^hl* In piu* urn kllchenwar*. Extra! . . . Extra! . . . It's important American history that many of our successful men started in business by selling: pipers . . . But education and study time is most important, so be ready for your newsboy when he makes his collections next week. Circulation Department Dial 4461 Blytheville Courier News iTii:ers said the blaze apparent- started when she attempted to Tuesday nnd Wednesday FAY BAINTK • HENRY HULL JEAN NEGULESCO • HENRYBLANKE Continuous Showinn Every Dij Also Short Subjects Box Office Opens 6:30 SIiow SUrts 6:4S Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:18 Conllnunus Shows Sat. *• Sun. in XiKlil Kvcry Except Saturday N'o passes honored on Sunday Uoxy Thcalre Tuesday Wednesday |>OIJBI>; FKATUBE uiummm ..* UBMISSHI The serious worldwide shortage of fats and oils still continues—say government officials. Saving used fats helps ease this shortage—helps conserve food, too! So help your country — and help yourself! Used fats bring good money today! Amiiicon Fol Salvoge Commhlef, ln<- GEORGE MONTGOMERY KANCY GUILD

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