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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 26, 1947
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 19-17 lUA'TIIKVILLE (AUK.) COUK1EU NK\VS Emily Wixflon, Society Editor Phone 4«1 Dessert Bridgq Given For Two Out-of-towners Two popular Blytlievillc visitors, Mrs. R. N. Hill of New York City and Mrs. John Allison of Chicago, were complimented yesterday by Mis. E. M. negenold when she entertained with a dessert bridge parly al Hotel Noble for 44 guests. Mrs. Hill and lier husband arc houscguests of Ills mother, Mrs. R. N. Hill Sr., this week, and Mrs. Allison, with Mr. Allison and their daiiBhther, Alice, are guests oi his Misson Lessons Taught I At Baptist Circle Meets The Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church met yesterday tn circle groups for mission sister, Mrs. family. diaries digger, and Several other out-of-town guests were also present at the lifl'uir. which was one of the largest bridge parties of trie season. They included Mrs. W. G. Scrantom of Jacksonville, Fla., guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Webb; Mrs. J. H. Ox- niau of Millbtiri), N. J., who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Grc«r; Miss Bob Williams of Owensboro, Ky.. yuest of Miss Mar- Bucritc Matthews; Mrs. George M. Powell of Balboa, Panama Canal Zone; houseguest of her parents, Mr. and Mis. G. E. Keck; Mrs. Godfrey White and Mrs. William McMulh, the hostess' sister, both of Osccola. Eftcclively arranged gladioli and daisies were decorations .for the party. In bridge games, prizes were awarded to Mrs. Tliacl Nicol, who held high score. Mrs. Jesse Taylor second, and Mrs. Oxman, low. Mrs. Alfoixi Hostess With Dessert Bridge study. Circle One met with Mrs. Ken- dull Berry with ten members present. Miss Cordelia Wilhile and Mrs. J. C. Cookston led prayers nnd the mission study was taught by Mrs. Berry. Mrs. Theodore Logan taught the mission study when Circle Two met Wllli Mrs. E. F. Hloincyer. Mrs. K. E. Hiirdin and Mrs, Blomcycr led prayer and 12 members were present for the meeting. Mrs. Cliiirles Kay Ncwcomb was hostess to 11 members when Circle Three met yesterday and Mrs. 13. B. Bledsoe liiiujlit the lesson. Prayers were Riven by Mrs. W. Marion Williams and Mrs. Bledsoe. Circle Four met. with Mrs. R. W. Woolen ns hostess with 10 members present for the mission study tauuht by Mrs. Walter Bishop. Mrs. Ebb Carson mid Mrs. diaries Pcnn led prayer. Mrs. Uoy Head taught the lesson for Circle Five when eight members met with Mrs. Charles Newcomb. Mrs. Lloytl SUckmoii and Mrs. Albert Enderlin led prayers. Mrs. N. E. Maxwell was hostess to 11 members of circle Six. Mrs. Ney Hunt and Mrs. W. M. Blaylock gave prayers and Mrs. C. S. Lemons tiinght the mission study. • • * Mirror Room Setting j For Morning Party Mrs. C. w. Alford entertained last night with a dessert bridge and shower- honoring Miss Mary Sue Berryman, bride-elect, of Howard Graham of Steele, Mo. Mrs. Alford's ncr/hew, Robert Shirley, or Mount Venion, III., was dressed as cupid and shot the guest of honor «ith which was the first shower gifts. All inverted imbTclhi over tile dining table held gilts. The individual cakes which the hostess served with ice cream were tied with doilies and iced to represent bridal nosegays. The yiiesl, of honor's chair was tied with t. lime white bow. During the gamc.s Miss Barbara Cullison won high score pnxc mid Miss Mary Ann Paries, low, Mixed Summer flowers were used in decorating entertaining rooms of the home. Lange P. T. A. Plans Program ,for Next Year Plans for their work (luring the coining school year were discussed by members of the Lun^e Parent- Tea c h e r Association Executive Board yesterday afternoon at a business meeting at the home of Mrs. Glenn Ladd. Following the business session Mrs Ladd served refreshments. Mrs. Allison Honored V number of Interesting parlies arc being given for Mrs. John Allison of Chicago, who, with Mr. Allison and their daughter, are guesls of the Charles Criugcrs. The affairs Include an Informal afternoon party Kiven Saturday by Mrs. Crigger at her home on West Walnut St. Yesterday afternoon she shared honors with Mrs II. N. Mill Jr.. of New Yoik City hou.segucst of Mrs. H. N. Hill Si. when Mrs. E. M. Hcgeuold entertained with a dessert, bridge u Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. Allison and tbeii hostess were in Memphis today • * » James-Shcares Rites Solemnized in Denton The Mirror Room or the Hotel Noble was the setting this morning for an informal party honoring Miss Mary Sue Berryman, bride-elect. Hostesses for the affair guests attended were Miss Donna Wundcrlich, Miss Fiances Field and Miss Betty Woodson. The table was centered with a an "arrow" ! cl 'J' slnl uowi ol Summer flowers and clue to the i coffce aiui doughnuts were served for refreshments. The guest of honor was presented crystal and silver in her pattern by the hostesses. Miss Hotly Helen Shcarcs became the bride of Nentrcss Lavon James, son of Mr. and Mrs. w A. James, al! of Slcele. Mo.. In n ceremony Sunday morning nt the Baptist Church in Denton. Mo. Flower giils were Nornia Parnell and Anida James. Miss Sue Qulnn was the bride's maid of honor. She wore a yellow dress with black accessories and which 20 corsage of pink rosebuds. • The bride wore a dress of bine and white eyelet with white ac- ceFsories and at her shoulder sin pinned a corsage of white carnations. Bill Chapel of Steclc was Mi- James best man. Following the wedding Mr. ant Mrs. W. A. James entertained will a reception for Ihe couple. Meeting Blytheville People Go lo Osccola Horse Show Many horse show enthusiasts from Blytheviiie were in Osccola last, night for the annual show there nnd others were planning today to go down tonight. Among those attending were Mr. PAGE .THREE Bits of News C and N Birthday Club meeting with Mrs. Phillip Applcbaum tomorrow night at her home. EAST END SHOE REPAIR SERVICE • Surplus Army GooJs • Supplies • Shoes See us for the very best In Army surplus shoes. Nc;iciy new—Rebuilt—Tn Be Rebuilt. Hundreds for sale. Quantity Trices Available. 112 Lilly Street Vi Blk South East Main George M. Powells Here From Panama Canal Zone Col. and Mrs. George M. povv- ell and son, George, who came here from Balboa, Panama Canal Zone, to be the guests of her ;mr- enls_ Mr. Mrs. CI. E. Keek, _ several days ago, will leave ,vfo:i Philadelphia to day and go to make their home. Colonel Powell, U. S. Army Medical Corps, has been transferred to Philadelphia from Balboa. Mrs. Powell is the former Miss nia Keck. Arkansas Girl Among Top-Salaried Women and Mrs. John McDowell and son, Johnny; Sandra Crawford, J. 1,. Nabers and daughter, Miss Mary .Jo.Nabers; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bogan and their houseguests, Mr». Larry Lynch and three sons of St I Loilis; Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Simmons. < Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Smothermon and Mrs. Betty Phillips. Also Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Still. whose son, Eugene Jr., rode In the show: T. j. Neil, Harold wise and Miss Donna Wundcrlich. LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 26. (UP) — DDiylhy Shaver, an Arkansas girl wll ° madc e° ocl '" NeK York, was amon g 'he ton-salaried women cx- ecutives during the calendar year of Mrs. c. E. Johnson was hostess 1MD ' " lc United States Treasury last night to 12 members ,of the Silicl today. Young Woman's Auxiliary of First ' MiKS Sliaver is now president of Baptist Church. I Lord and Taylor of New York nnd Miss Adaline Lee gave the de- I received a salary of $87,212. votional and also inking part on Ste was barn al. Center Point, the program were Miss Bcrnice 'Ark., near DC Queen, and later moved to Mena where she spent several years before attending Ihe Univer- ... Mrs. lohnson Hostess TV w; • r, ' lO lOUng Woman S Gl'OUp 1 Overman. Miss Wiliagcne Daws, and Miss Marion Maycs. A feature of the evening was a talk by Benny Johnson, who recently attended a Southwestern Convention in Ridgccrest, N. C, and Birmingham, Ala. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Henry und Jnughtcr, Pat, lelt yesteidny for 3olomdo Springs, Colo., where Itiey will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Onlnes and Jaughther, Mona Joy, lire sjienclliiB x few days in Pocahonlas as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver KerfooL ind family. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hlmlman and children. Kay and Ann, spent Saturday night In Memphis, where they attended the MOAT production, 'New Moon." They were accompanied home Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Schumacher and children. Steve nnd David, nnd Mrs. Hind- nan's mother. Mrs. K. Wells. Steve Schumacher remained lor a visit with the Hindman.s. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Biankenship, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John 1'yrone. are Finding two weeks in Chicago. Miss Jcre 'Ann iKoyd of Tupelo. Miss., has arrived here to be the guest of Miss Carolyn Wade lor a few days, Mrs. A. D. Knuckles of Forrest City is the guest here of her daughter. Mis. Steve Hasten, and Mrs. J. W. Luey.- Mr. and Mr.s. W.iync Dill have returned home after spending a few days in Newport as the guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dill, loiincrly of Hurdctle. Miss Kthelina Owens and her fiance, Theodore Wahl. were in Memphis Saturday night to attend the MOAT show, "New Moon." Miss Elizabeth Blythe and Miss Evelyn iBlythc have returned home from Amarillo. Texas, where they were gucsls of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. f'innell. Mrs. Pinnell is ttie former Miss Constance Cooke of Blythe- villc. ' Mrs. Loy Elch and daughter, Miss Gall Eich left yesterday for Prcscott, Ariz., where they will stay until the opening of the University of Arizona, Phoenix, where Miss Eich will be a senior this year. Mrs. Eich will return home. Mr. und Mrs. Bill Tom Stewart left today for Arkansas Slate College. Jonesboro, where Mr. Slcwart will re-enler school, u. H. Holt motored them over. Mrs. A. C. Iludleston Si'., of Brinkley is the guest o[ her son. LeRoy Huddlcslon, and family. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Craig huvc returned from New Orleans, where they were guests of their daughters, Miss Eddie Rntli Craig, and Mrs. Robert Matthews, and Mr. Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hanvion of Hughes and his mother. Mrs. A. J. Harmon, of Houston, Miss., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A. p. Burks of Clear Lake. They were joined here by Mr, and Mrs. Len Harmon of St. Louis. Mrs. ;A. J. Harmon t accompanied them baek to St. Louis for a two-weeks visit.- Mr. and Mrs. Max Parks nil daughter. Miss Mary Ann Parks, spent yesterday in Memphis. Robert Shirley of Mount Vernon. III., is here visiting his aiuvt und uncle, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alford. Mis. Penrl Hires has returned home after spending four weeks in Union City, Tenn., as guest of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dunn and children. Jitnmy and Mary Arm. She., was motored home by ttie' Dunns:' Miss Constance Denton of •Hampton, Va., arrived yesterday for a 10-day visl', with her parents Mr. and Mrs. w. I. Denton. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Keener nml Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lamlon spent At The HotpHab BLYTHEVI1JLK HOSPITAL 'Admitted: Mrs. Lillian Spencer, Osccola, Wayne Lovelace, city. H»y l-jvelnce, city. Dismissed: Mrs. n. iM. Whltk'y and baby, Caruthorsvllle, Mo W, A. Ward, city. DcUiniii aiyrd, city. S.indrft Yntes. city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. E. H. White, city. 'PCSRy Jean Barber, Dell. Gerald Porter Rhodes, Doll, Osceofa News . Mr. and Mrs. 1,1111 Williams and sun, Um II, of Jonesboro. visited their piirniis, Mr . , lml «,..,. ,, Vftn] . Willlimis and Mrs. Muiy clay Hughey, over Ihc weekend. Mrs. Williams remained for a longer stuy mid Mr. Williams returned home Sunday. Eugene Tliorne returned yesterday to inillllps University, Knltl. Okla.. where he Is a student. Mrs. umra lingers had as her guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Hogers, and Mr. und Mrs. Leonard Poiidcrnmsl and son, Clone, all of Memphis. Mrs. ixmald MVrls underwent a major oKnillon Saturday at Ihr Methodist Hospital. Her condition l.s .satisfactory. W. W. I'rewllt Jr., will return home tochiy irom the Kyo. Kur. Nose und Tliroal Hospital in Memphis, where he has been undergoing treatment the past wc-k. Miss Sally Travis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Truvls, bus been dismissed [rom Ihe Hospital In Memphis and was to •eturn today to her home In Osceola. Mrs. Joe Applcbaum and Infant daughter, Lana. Jo. are at liumc following tliclr dismissal from the Baptist Hospital hi Memphis. Mrs. Sum Shell and son. Barry, were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Silvcrlleld. Mr. and Mrs. U K. llarwarg are in St. Louis this week. Betty GroJb/e Leads Filmdotn's List of High-Salaried Stars sity of Arkansas. She was graduated Irom the University of Chicago and went to New York with )>er sister, Eisie. to seek fame and fortune. •H_ m r father, J. D. Shaver, and her brother, Ben Shaver, live in Tcxar- kinia. re- Coming Event*' THURSDAY I'hcbeun Sunday School Class of First liapllst Church niCL-Uni; with Mrs. Flcleber Klnf; for watermelon party. Mrs. John 'I'yrnnc will be hostess lo GNU Club. Mrs. J. o. Hucy will enlcrtuin the Jolly Eight club. FRIDAY First McthodlKt Church will g party complimenting members of college set at home' of Miss Ellinl Mile Eberdl. Hlfjh School Parent-Tcaeher Association will sponsor High School dance at The lint. CBC Club will meet, with Mrs. A A. Hardy. WASHINGTON. Am: -II. (UP) — Khaplcy Betty (irahle, wliose It'tjs iiicnlly nllrntM more customers llinn her band-liMilliir, husband's horn, wns (he highest paid Hollywood slur shining on u now list of salaries Issued by the treasury today. The blonde Miss (Iruble WHS paid $208.000 by ami! Contnry-Fox l-'llm Corp. for the year 1945. 'rniiniicl- liiK Harry .lunies, her hus- biiuil rrculvi > d°$lli,ii(!il<i1 from the siiim- eompuny to Blve Hie couple u tolal salary of SUlll.liUti.ti'J that year. Their combined .snhn'y, however, was short of Ihe $SiiH,H;i.UO paid to Charles I'. Kkounis. president >f 5 r o# West uuiisl. Aneney Corp. anvi National 'I'liraliTs Amusement CM. Skouias topui'd all on the treasury list. The treasury listed salaries ami other compensation pnUI in individuals by cm puiiUion.s during the calendar year ID-Mi and corporate flsciil years endlni; In lUlli. II wits only a [larllal ll.stliiR. oilier salaries wil Ije listed in about five inonlhh Miss (irabh- edged out ollviii Ue- Havlland, her ncaiesl rival, by i scant $1,OU(| [or iu]> honors. Tli. next nearest ,-ilar on I ho list was I'Yed MacMnrj-ay who i',ot $21)^, r>^. r ».i)[> iri^iu 20th t';( l nlury-l i 'ox. Miss Cll'ahte'.s salnry dldn'l n)in up to the j;no.'rai enllcelcd In Ihu previous year by ni'amia Oniliin. Miss nurbin was mi', on the Irea- s'lirys latest list. Nm dill Ml.v; <ira- ble's salary eojiipure with $;iriri,- •126 paid Leo Mi'Curey. diicct'.,' 'Cioliu; My Way." bv I'arninin I'leturcs, Kor McCurry It was :'onsldeuible drop Irom the fl.ll o:!S which he letelved in (li .)ns year. The listlnc is no I mo Inilux lo weiillh. The nalion's rlelicsl lami- Ics, such as the liockelcllers and .he Du points, lire not listed since their Ineouu's are nuiinly from Investments. Henry l-'ord II, yoi.ilh- liil pTesUleni of the Foul Motor . was listed as being paid $110,UG-! by Ihe cotnpuny. 1'ish lights I'lsh fl(jlit.s are a favorite form of amusement, In Thailand, and tupci arc won nnd lost In betting on the outcome. The battlers are only n little more than uu Inch lontr. Too Lots to For Salt model (,'uslnnan motor complete with back si-iil. windshield, e(t, In I'xcellenl condition. Re for quick sale. I'hone 8 a« dh if ll KM mi home ttcrvimcil hi buck |I u ml front porch \vlih or- ixl n IK) Bunion urn ho tioi'ti nt Ciuulyu tiirci'i, 1'rlile Aiklltton iddlci uuil iH'lille Kuy. tilcolo. MQ, ' [lit liltlLrtv Cull Nice rule mid brer p;u)or. IXtlin; KIHK lMi'.lnr;,v I'llcN'U un wMliVUL lneluilllH LI II Hloi-k iuid Uxtin'L'Jt. UcrvVcc ^lii Him in roittifctlniL t'lin bo Ijoiijill iii stcx'k lnvok< iv tsnib |)lu ecu have Mvf-ynir Iriiht-n, Sum I] 11 v Inn <U li'jix' In-ill uu Ni-rvln* hi it Lion K: :;nlU)ji tin fiiKDlLiiiv Mri 1 this pined I<H miou i 'mi huv nntl luku over I-rtciirion IK til hilt'iM'cllim ojx HI wuv »1 In Mliu,onil. Hc-ti or full l.inln-i (irny, tvullur. ri-alilciicn phoiV . Kor MYSTERY ENDED riti-VYornin hnvo l.i-.m raxirtJnjr Innilik- fur crnturk's, ami nilltlniia uf victitni IUIYII <!.'n)".TfiU-Iy Kuiii:ttl n wuy In il>-:kl \vllli tliin lent iliut HMII inr.l.lo llic Iniinan IriJ'ly. Kclctico linn nl j.olvc.l llic i-roljlcml 1L tn nnw nlBi> l.umvn LliaL l'iii-Wi>nii hi- fcfLroii BprL-tulti rnpiilly anil cnti CILIMU ri-ull .liMrrvi [f lu^l.Tletl. St. hi-wart? of llmtl ni;k-rnvnlliu: rcrlul Itcti, nnd nrl fjuiL A*k' yu'jr .Ir.iwrl-L for JAYNE'S f-W ut tt,.i flrat cli:n ut rill-Worms. P-V/ |j n imilirnl- \y poitml trrfilniriil 1'nM:U OIL nn oillclull/ P-W Inl.lrlJi ncL In (\ muftnl wny to rcmuva I'En-Wtirma t-nslly ntul rnfcly, j ]L'» easy to rc]iicinU:r:P-W for Pin-Worms!, . phono WIIUiuii i- M15I. ai(!8. H Innur I to mi' on bus Iktii*. tw< on t-M\ miU>Kiml<j tint wiilcr NVHtoni. Gn imrlcir, mil l)LiTlchn^i>. I'liniiri, tu'ivct 1 " "l>l>l"", i;iti|H'ri-»iut|i-n. 'I'liln IJOUHO LKIW vrirniu. $^S()Lt,oou down nnd inov In. liulimco [Dim Hint* lurniK, F. f llurun 1 . '101 N. 2ml HI, Help Wanted Bassinettes \\ Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd SL Phone 2308 KTCH 1 ji'Hhin yrnir Lhni 1 woi'klnvt fur ninu wniji-s. IibttriKMiiLoiiL Hcxulr Dculri 11 r<> iniikhm » vory nlcu iHroni ovrry nun til i. MIIIHI $^00-?300. olhor more; upph* i»<>w If you think you ntn HC 1 1 Hi In uUni modern lioinc 1 - >io!tl upplluiHU:. SittcH export i! lice lit-lpinl knit not ithiioluu-ly IXUCCB- riny; spi-clul Iralnlnn \vlll lio Klv^Ll Im 1 tbo-ii! ittvc'itlnl, Aii;«]y In pnrROn t\l <, .iii. in-twci'is Hie hours ulnu lo For Rent from BACH to BOOGI U'c have onii of Ihc finest trillions nt records in town. C In t»duy ami browse; music nil! From Adorns' RECORD BAR Cecil Cafnpbell—Steel Qultur Hop Hcryl Davis—I Want to Be Loved Ray Klnncy—Lebnaiia Three Suns—On An Evening In Paris Artie Khaw—Cross Your Henri Pnt Flowers—A Chocolate Sua' due on n Saturday Night Big Maceo—My Own Troubles Itosallo Allen—Cow'punchers Walt-/, Artie Shaw—Buck Bay. Shuffle Vauuhn Monroe—Bewnro My Henri Wayne King—Song of the Islands Tommy Horsey—Sly Love lor You Perry Cumo—Prisoner of Love Cileun Miller—In the Mood Tommy Horsey—Boogie Woojjio lirollOllHl' OppOHllO lunu -10 iiy nn ft. L-nml Ht. or I'lion I-'l'lh('t) (l(!pOV. A- Aiitily 1100 ft. Uc" uNlruoni mllolnlh't linth. ur'- vnlt fillBltl*- Piit^mitif. MIMI Di'L-rerrnl. I'll. '21W. Q'J.'l WiUiuil. Osceofa Marsha/ Recovers One of Two Stolen Trucks CSCEOLA. Ark.. Aup. 20.—Offl ccrs here today IITG on the lookou for a ton mul a hnlf I91H Inict bctongltiK to J. A. CroslhwiiU which w^s stolen from ncru" Lh f : Frisco dejrot here Saturday n 1^1 it A similar truck, belonging to W- P. Elu.sscll of Mciniln, WH.S ro covcrcrt Sunday liy .). G. Pcntlor- ga^t,' night marshal, on Bond Avenue. It was stolen from opposite th£ Court House Saturday nl»hl. Pislr'can' be kept -fresh for Ihrcxi months by inenus of iv jiroccss of brine freezing perfected in liiiu- hind. RITZ THEATRE Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 26-27 "Home Town Movies" SEE Yourself and People You Know On The Screen! * Blytheville's Beautiful Girls * Blytheviiie Churches * Blytheviiie Schools * Blytheviiie People 45 Minutes of Hometown Folks On the Screen. Also feature, "Undercover Mazie with Ann Sothern " the weekend at. tile Kccncr's sort near Poplar Blulf. Mo. Dr. nnd Mrs. W. p. Brewer will leave tomorrow tor camp nio Vista, Hardy, for a lew days vacation. Owen Harrison Jr.. left today Ilr Sunflower Junior College, Moor- icacl. Miss., wticrc he will Do a re.shman Ibis year. Mr. Jintl Mrs, u. N. mil Jr.. of *Icw York City, will be tmesis iiu-l til SidiHiav morning o[ hir, inolh-l Mrs. If. N. Hill, al her home.l HI West Wuliuil si. • I Coiiditinn ot A. ivr. vanWinklc,I who luus been I]] for several days ill. the Baptist Hospital in Memphis, was worse today. His brctli- cr. mil vanWinklc, went torti-.y to bn witli him. Mrs. Lorcne Clnmpllt and daughters. Mavis Rene and Mrs. Ohma Hascmarle. will leave Friday to return to their home in Chicago after having been guests of Mrs. Clampitt's parents, Mr. mid Mrs. E. H. Forri. For Hones! & Dependable PLUMBING SERVICE Call JOHN H. FRASER v Dicil3289 ; 513 Lilly St. T Da YOB Sifftr Distress Of ^ .FEMALE COMPIAIN1S . With UncoMfort- v able FulNwss? Arc you troubled by dlslross of fcmnlc futict'.onal monthly dlr.torb'tnccs? DocS Ihis make you siiCIrr from pain, terl s ncrrous, restless, weak—at such times? Then m iry TAdU E. T'lnKhnm's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms! In a recent medical test Plnkhnm'a Compound proved trrrmrkably helpful to women troubled this way. It's what Doctors call R uterine, sedative, ft has a Rrand foolhkng cITcct on one of uo/n- an'x ir»po»*fl7it organs, Taken regularly — PInkhnm's Compound helps build tipTcslstance to sueh dlstrc&s. Also a ijrcat stomachic tonic! LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Ebb H. Carson Tax Consultant Tax Rtix>rts—Accounting Room 21, Lynch BIdg. Write P. O. 15ox 939 Phone 2940 Blythevilte BRIDE $69.75 Wlwt gift could lirr nmrp than a luvcly service for H in Uu: cvcr-dcs!r;ible Communily .Silvcr- platc! Your choice of three munificent patterns. Attractive unli- lanilsh chest included iit this low price. , Use Our New Budget Plan No Cost to You For Easy Terms RCA RECORDS ADAMS APPLIANCE Co. J. W. Adams, Mgr. Phone Mil 2M-M -._ . ^?^ II HE IF U S tncl llrniins >V' T . K.STOUS.IN BLYTHEVIUEj MEMPHIS AND, Continunua Shows Every Day Box Office Opera 1:4( Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN »on. 1Z:4S p.m «:M y Tuesday and Wednesday; Undercover Maisie witli Ann Nnlhcrn and Barry Nctson HOME TOWN MOVIES Continuous B«z Office Opens nt 7:M r~ Show Starts 7:15 p.m. ' Opens Sand*7 1:N; StMti 1:15 ConUnnon Shows Sat. »M Smm. BucUo Nifbt Enrj Nltht Except, N* PUM* bomnd »m Svntey •« UN Tuesday and Wednesday all

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