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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 17, 1948
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PAQB TOUR BLYTHETILLB (ARK.T COURIER KEW1 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1948 Phone 4-161 "'Misi Martha Ann Bunch Complimented At Shower Miss Martha Ann Bunch, brlde- "etact of Lewis BaUey Tarplcy, wai 'again honored last night when Mrs. Calvin Hollingsworth and Misa Mary Alice Bunch entertained with a miscellaneous shower at the hom» ' ot Mrt. Hollingsworth'j Mrs. Herbert Mullins. mother, The guest of honor *a* presented her gifts Jrom a small table and ,«ft*r she had opened the gilts, bunco was played by the 36 guests. ! Mr*. Paul Abbott was winner of Jhlgh iooit, Mrs. J. P. Ramey, second high »nd Mrs. Dee Bunch, bun' Entertaining roonn of the home •were attractively decorated for the 'affair with pink gladioli and green' Miss Bunch wore a brown crepe •dress fashioner! wllh a drape ef- 'fecl and brown necessaries. ; Refreshments of a dessert murse i with hot colls*, were served. J Surprise Shower Given ! 'For Mi's. Donald Ramsey J Mrs. Donald Ramsey, who was '•• before her recent marriage, '. Juanita Evans, Miss , was honored last night when Mrs. O. E. Hanncr en' a surprise shower . tertain'ed with • at her home. ' The truest of honor was presented her gifts from a glass entered table centered with n hand cro- 'nueted dollle. • ' After the gift* had been opened Methodist Grcles Meet n Homes For Program The Women'* Society of Chris- Ian Service of First. Methodist Church met In circle groups yes- erday. Circle One met at the home of Mrs. Mix B. Reid with Mrs. J. Melt Brook* 8r. «i co-hostess, MM. James Hawell. Mrs. Clifford LaPlant. Mrs. Ivy Murray and Mrs. Garth Castillo were the four new members present. Devotlonil was given by Mrs. Byron Moore. Mrs. Joe Ferguson gave the study course. Circle Two met M th« home of Mrs. Allen D. Stewart with 15 members present. The study, course wns given by Mrs. E. n. Gee. Mis. F. K. Black was hostess and Mrs, John Fc.itheislon co-1 hostess, to members of Circle Three. There were 19 members and two new members. Mrs. F. L. Husband and Mrs. Matt Scruggs, present. Miss Mamie Adnms nave tho devotional after which the study course was given by Mrs. Jnmes Hill Jr. Mrs. Marcus Evm-H WBS hostess • to members of Circle Four with 120 members and one guest. Mrs. J. H. Elkins present. Devotional was given by Mrs. \V. L. Homer nnd Mrs. H. W. Wylie gave the study course. Circle Five met at the home of Mrs. A. M. Butt wllh Mrs. A. M the guests played parly games tnfl siudy •• for the remainder ol the evening. Mrs R Bi The living room held » white j,j rs floor basket of pink gladioli with [ 0 men ._ greenery and bouquets of Spring | members R. Branson as co-hostess. Seventeen members and two RitcsUs, Mrs. Robertson nnd Mrs. Fred Calll- hnn were present. Mrs, H, N. Whttls j?ave the devotional and Ann Seay Is Honored On Her I I th Birthday Ann Seny. daughter of Mr. an-1 Mrs. T. I. Seay. was honored on her lllh birthday wllh a party la-n night at her home on 1514 Chickasawba. Games were played by the 20 guests present before the group went to thr show. Later they returned In the Seay home vim--! refreshments of Ice cream and birthday cake were served. Business Women's Circle Meets With Mrs! King Mr«. W. T. King was hostess last night at her home to members of the Business Women's Circle Eight of the First Baptist Church nnd two new members, Mrs. Stella Davis and Mr.s. Beti Abbott, Mrs. B. W. Woolen gave the open- Ing prayer and the devotional was given by Mrs. Vestn Howen. The business meeting wns presided over by the president. Mrs. Woolen. The Mission Study program taken from the 1(H8 Year Book of the Women's Missionary Union, was led by Mrs. Charles Evans. Participating on the program were Mrs. W. J. Rodgcrs, Mrs. Vesln Kowen, Mrs. Wnolen, nnd Mrs. Nell Gordon. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Bits of News Coming Events Social Calendar Tuetdaj Th« Alpha Alphi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet Tuesday nl(?hl, 1:30 at the club room. All Mrs. L. M. Burnett and Mr, and Mrs. John Burnett and family silent yesterday In Kennell. Mo., as guests of Mr.s Ii. M. Burnett's sister, Mrs. Ft, M. Valum ami Mr«. John pur nelt's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Klrt Wllkson Dr. and Mrs. O, W. Slephenson of Ann Arbor. Mich., who have been visiting Mrs. Stephenson's sis- \ , ter, Mrs. O. N, Hawkins and other j jrclallves for several days, left this, morning for Morrillon. Ark,, accom-' pained by Mr.s, Hawkins. There Ihey will visll wllh their sisters, Mrs. J. C. White and Miss Lula Boyle lialrd. for a week. Mrs. Hawkins will then return home and Dr. and Mrs. Slephenson will go to New Orleans, La. Mrs. J. P. Friend left Sunday for Lufkin, Tex., where she will visit with her mother, Mrs, W. R. Brown and her sister, Mrs. Melvln E. Gibbs and family. Hoss Stevens was dismissed from the Blythevllle Hospital yesterday where he had been a patient for several days. His condition Is much Improved. P. D. Foster course Stout. S. Branson was hostess •s of circle' Six with 13 and one Mrs. . . flowers were arranged throughout| walker Baker present. Devotional other entertaining rooms of thej wns glvfn hy Mrs E1Um K i rhy home. Mrs. Ramsey wore lor the fair, a grey gabardine suit witu black accessories. The hostess, assisted by Mrs, Harold Thompson and Mrs. Ray Whit*, served refreshment* r>( a salad plat* with Iced drinks. -Program Meeting Is Held ; By Episcopal Auxiliary ! "Seasons of the Church Year." was the topic discussed by Mrs. i Frank C. Turck at last night's i meeting of members of the Wom- 1 en's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's i Episcopal church. Mrs. Lcroy i Huddloston was hostess lo he ' group at her home, 1530 Chlcka- j snwba. i The program was opened with ' prayer led by Mrs. O. O. Harda', way, presidenl, who also was \\\ charge of the briej business scs- and Mrs. John Caudlll' gave the "Hstudv course. Mrs. Hartzog Is Elected President of Auxiliary Mrs. H. 3. Hartzog was elected n.s president of the Women's Auxiliary of Ihe First Presbyterian Church when Ihe group met ycs- .erday afternoon nl the chinch for the regular yearly election of Refreshments each meeting. were served at Baptist W. M. U. Have Royal Service -Program The Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church met yesterday at -the church for a Royal Service program. Mrs. Ted Kins fiave Ihe Bible study. Miss Billie Jc-ar, Turck sang a solo entillcd. "I'll Go Where You Want Me To Go." accompanied hy Mrs. C. M. Smart at (he. piano. Mrs. Charles R. Ncwcotnb as her subject for tlie program "The Unfinished Task In Our Home Land." She wns assisted by Mrs. M. w. Lewis, whose subject .Jr., R student nt Mississ members please wear slacki and gym shoes. . Wfdnnday Mrs. Carl Marshall will enUrlaln C. and N. Birthday Club members at her home at 7:30 p.m. Town and Country club being L tertalned at the home ol Mr». J. C. Ellis Sr. Avftlon Bunco Club meeting at the home of Mr*. W. P. Mahon. Maple Grove Cemetery Assocla- lon will meet al 2:.10 p.m. at the home of Mrs. O. G. Sallba. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phil will meet »t the home of Mrs. James Nelson Parks. 1333 Chlckasawaba Ave.. «t 2:30 p. m. Thursday Jolly Eight Club members being entertained at the home of Mrs. J. O. Huey. Octette club members meeting al Ihe home of Mrs J. C. Ellis Sr. Club Eight members being entertained at the home of Mr.s. G. O. Poetz. Thursday Contract Club members meeting st the home of Mrs, H. W. Wylie. Alpha Delia members ot the Bela Sigma Phi together with their husbands and thoir dates, will have traveler's dinner beginning at Methoditt W.S.C.S. M**t* At Church tor Program OSCEOLA, Ark., Feb. 17.—The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Fir«t. Methodist church met yesterday lit the church with 30 members present. A brief business session was conducted by the president, Mrs. Roland chose study Prtsbyttrian Auxiliary Hat Meeting at Church OSCEOLA, Ark,, Feb. 17.—Mrs. David S. Laney end Mrs. Sam Coble wer« hostesses to 24 mem- Young Woman Sheriff Makes Good on Job LEBANON, N. H. (U.P.l — Th» youngest ol New Hampshire's several women sheriffs is deputy sher- by th Boothe. Mrs, Sam Curtis as her subject for the course, "Prayers of the the PresbTt rl- Aux^ary «' ^ Ann Peekelt. 2,-year-om afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at, graduate of a Boston secreanal Bible." The meeting the president. wa* dismissed by bers of ] Monday the church. Mrs, A. W. Bowen, presiden, presided dining a brief business session. Mrs. George Edrington was in charge of the program and devotional, using ax her subject. "One God. One World." Following the meeting At The Hospitals Blj-thevlll* HmplUl Dismissed: Joe Hopper. Steele. Mo. Wall! Hwpltal Dismissed: Lester Smothers .Jr., Rte. 1, city. Mrs. Joe Sherrod, Portagevllle. Missouri. school. She was sworn i" by her father, Sheriff Robert peckett ol Fran- conla^ at Ihe start of the January superior court term, primarily to help with women jurors, now serving for the first time. The capable Miss pecketl soon Following Ihe meeting a social , 'J „. " 1Mule Mlss P CCK!V « so ° n .as held, at which time the host- S° k , h " VC " nu ™rous other details MS served refreshment of a sal- ?' ' he * hf "" 6 off ' ce ' ^j 011 ,' he d course. hopes to serve writs and other Meetings Rainbow Girls meeting tonight, I 7:30, at the Masonic Hall for Jni- —. , .,... ., .. . tiation Service, This was announc- I*"' Kills Met Mother Lindenwood Student is Homed On Honor Roll OSCEOLA, Ark.,' Feb. 17 — Miss Evelyn Jean Pigg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pigg, who Is a stu- denl at Lindenwood College, St. Charles, Mo., has been named on the Deans honor roll for Ihe first j semester. ed by Mis. W- C. Colston. issippi Stale College. Starkville. | 7 O '(.i, )c k at the home of Mrs. Oil- spent the weekend here as guest of his parents, Foster Sr. and Mrs. P. . Condition of Ed LiUlmer Sr.. who is a patient at the Southwestern Genrial Ho.spltnl In Kl Paso. Tex.. is slightly Improved. His daughter, Mrs. L. E, linker of Blythevllle, Is with him. herl Dre Hammock Jr.. with Miss June Go.snell ns hostess at 8 o'clock nnd Mrs. Maurice Luttrell at 9 o'clock. Methodist, church will meet Thursday. 7:30 p. "i. at the church for a covered dish supper. Friday Mrs. O. O. Elkhw entertaining Miss Bellye Fosler was dismissed [ members of C Fi. C. Club, from Blythevllle Hospital Sunday I Saturday where she had been undergoing j Tb e Cotillion Club will have its treatment tor a severe cold aU1 j , _ officers. Mrs. Hnrtzog Mrs. C. M. Gray. Other officers elected with her me. Mrs. E. succeeds to serve R. Lan- nnd Mrs. throat Infection for n week. Her I condition Is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Caldwcll and daughter. Carol Ann, spent yesterday In Osccola as guest of Mr. Cahhvcll's mother, Mr.s. Clint Cnld- wcll Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell and sons. Johnny nnd Jimmy spent thcj guest of her parents. Mr. »nd Mrs. George Stilwcll and family. Bob Burr.. L lias been admitted to the Hlythcville Hospital where he ivir, uiulf>i(ir> treatment for pneumonia. His condition is lu&hanged. Mr.s. Sue While. Jack Foster and James M. Bauuhnian were in Mem- mtht to ents. Mr. and Mrs. Je.sse Cunning- cashirc. vice-president. Roy Walton, historian. j ham. They went especially to nt- Mr.s. Erwin Jones was in charge j tend the Shrine Circus Saturday of tile program on the subject of I night. Those on the panel wcr« Mrs. F. Lawson, Mrs. Hart//}g. Mrs. i sion. Report* were given by the|*""- ""me -Mission ! secretary, Mrs. S. S, Patterson, and "™ w - , Marlon V , the treasurer, Mrs. E. R. Mason, ^"f »* """j, '"Pic. ' ' Mrs., Turck selected her topic "' Ulc Insl; from the book "An Introduction to [ the Episcopal Church." i During the social hour which i followed the program, rcfresli- { menU of individually Iced cakes i "with coffee were served by the i hostess. The refreshment table j was centered with. .1 crystal bowl of : red and white carnations. -Mission Task" William, nnd who "The urgency Prayers were given by Mrs. Theodore L/ifian. Mrs. H. H.Hrooks "One God, One World," which was in the form of a panel discussion. J. J. C. Walsh nnd Mrs. Walton. Mrs. Ross Stevens gave the devotional. Mrs. Hanner Is Hostess To Nazarene Y.W.F.M.S. Th* Young Women's Forripn Mission Study Group or the first Church of the Nnznrcne met yesterday at the home of Mrs. O. E. Hanncr on S. 2nd St. for their social meeting. Twenty live members and guest* were present. During the evening, guests pre- sctiled gifts to Mrs. Donald Ramsey, who was.celebrating her birth- ctfly. wcefccn,! ,a Memphh w«h h .r p.r- i fl^ "^ *£ ^ ~^ at ilip Warners Tliralre. ] Miss Vaunyc Whltley, rtaugliter o[ Mr. and Mis. J(M Whitlcy, was one of the three .students who had an "A" avnrase during the first, semester ot the 1047-48 .school year at, Morris Zellner nnd Louis y left yesterday for SI. Louis where they will nttend to business for several days. regular dance »L the Legion Hut wllh Mr. and Mrs, R. M. Logan, Mr. and Mr«. J. Farrls McCalla, and Mr. and Mrs Willarrt Pexse M :iosls and hostrsscs. Civic Calendar Tuesday American Legion—8:00 p.m. Wednesdaj KKvanls' Cl A—12:10 p.m. Girl Seoul Lone Troop—8:00. Thursday Rolarv Club—12:10 p.m. Friday Chamber of Commerce Bangui) —1:30 pm. v i Osccola Events Tnesriay Boys nncl girls basketball game, Dell vs. Osceolu, there at 8:00 p.m. AVertncsday Sunday School lesson, First Baptist Church, at 7:00 p.m. Thursday Khvanls Club meeting al the elementary school nt 1:01) p.m. In Valentine Dance Row FRANKLIN, N. J., Feb. H (UP) — A Pretty high school girl admitted to police today that she killed her mother In an argument over whether she could attend a valentine dance. "I hit her with everything I could net my hands on," police quoted 15-year-old Marlon Russo— an only child—described by neighbors as "a sweet kid." The body of Mrs. Lillian Russo. 40, was found In the blood-spattered basement of her home last night. Motorcyclist at 90, He Goes for Fresh Air APPLEETON, Wis. IUP) — .Joe 7 Leppla. 90, claims to he the world'! oldest motorcycle rider. He quit farming 30 years a?p. bousht a motorcycle, and has been riding ever since, all year around. His present machine, boughl after lie wore out five' previous models, has covered mo:e than 100.000 miles. Leppla, a fresh air fanatic, laughi 1 at people who use a windshield. I "That blocks oul the fresh air, the lark ol which is killing millions ol people." he claims. napiist College at Ark;i- delphia. The resistrnrVi office an- "^•P.-pl^rAl!"^". 1 '! 1 ' 1 '..!^ noimccd the honor roil which in- Ear Nose and Throat Hospital, wh.n- re she underwent an eye operation yesterday. She expects to be able to return home the latter part of this week. J. T. Hughes who has been undergoing treatment nt Memphis Methodist Hospital for the past, sev- cluded GG Mud'-nts. Lee A. Crowe Jr., Robert Johnston, Roberl Cox and Billy Hyde were in Memphis last night where they attended the Warners 'Theatre to hear Van?hn Monroe's orchestra, Rube Carson, son of Mr. and Mrs. eral weeks left Saturday night for Ebh Ca ,, son . who i s taking » three New York where he will undergo' w(!el( _, tr:ilnin K course in Memphis a major operation todny. He was wlth ,i le Retai i credit Associa- nccompaincd by H. B. nlcVinrdson. j (j olli j VJ[ .,,t the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Trumble spent | i l!s parents. After his training yesterday in Memphis where Mr. course ts completed, he will return Mrs. A. S. Gilbert nnd Mrs ' Refreshments were served by the Charles S. Lemons. Valentine Partv Given At Woman's Clubhouse A Valentine party wn« given Saturday ntclit at the Woman's Club by the Senior Trl-Ht V and the. . Junior Lenders Corps of the. nly- thcvllle "" loo ! Mrs. Evrarcl Is Hostess ! To G. E. 0. Club, Guest j thcvllle "Y". Approximately ' Mrs. Joe Evrard was hostess yes- Junior high nnd senior high stu- , terday lo members of G. E. O. Club denLs attended. l and one guest, Mrs. Howard De- | The clubhouse wns nttrncllvclv | Splinter, at her home on West , decorated with mtiHI colored Main. i streamers draped across ;he ccllinc ,. Mtdici. Tut Proved This N Grwt to lefeve MONTHLY FEMALE PAINS An yoy troubled hy rtlitrtw of f«- oiftla functiona.1 monthly disturb- Rnc««? Dot« this muke you suffer from p*tn. fee! »o ncrrou*. we A*. high-strung—at «uch times? Then K) try Lytlia E. PInkhaen's Vegetable Compound to relieve such &ym$- totns! ID n recent medical teal this proved remarkably helpful to worn* en troubled thl* way. Any drugstore. i During the bridge game* played, ] r.nd hearts inndc of rert paper nnd i Mrs. Ray Whlttlngton von high I white dollies were buns around the j score and Miss Jetty* Huffman, room to form n setting- for the ptir- -) bndgo. I ( V- A Valentine man constructed , Attractive arangcments of pink from red and white heart? WRS l gladioli decorated tht entertaining sn.sncndcd from each chandaller. During the evenliij j were played by the ' of both organizations presented ] Miss Paige Ralcliff. who ta moving j to California, with ! make-up kit. I Refreshment,* of heart shaped I cookffe.s and Iced drinks were served. Chaperons for the affair wore Mr.s. Ruford Younp. Mrs. Othn St a n [i rid, Mrs- Kin U r>a mon Miss Alice S ing, party games iroup. Members gift of hosle.w. after which the group was dismissed with praycf. Royal Service Program Held at Baptist Church OSOEOLA, Ark.. Fob. 17 — 'Hi- Women's Missionary Union of I he First Baptist Clinrch met jTSlcr- day aftftrnr-on al the church for a Roynl Sorv t^ procraiu at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. V. G. Mann wns in charge . of ihe proKrniu on the .subject of 'Unfinished Task In Onr Home* iand" and Ibe devotional was given by Mrs. A. E. Thornc. Participating on the prog rani were Mrs. Jcttle Driver and Mrs, J. J. Robert. 1 :. Mm. Oil Mast in presented several musical selection. 1 ;. A social hour followed with Mrs. C. M. Horton, Mrs. J. T. Rhoarts, Mrs. I. S, Burton and Mrs. Norn Borum us hostesses. Trumble attended to business. Don Wright, .son of Mr. ami Mr.s. Percy Wright, who is a. student at Columbus University. Washington, — D. C. has pledged Chi Sigma Mu fraternity, Fred T. McGregor is a patient al Kennedy General Hospital in Memphis where he is undergoing treatment. Miss Mildred Mender and Miss Ernestine French have rethrned to Arkansas State College. JoncAfooro. where they are sudcnts, after spending the weekend here guests of their parents. The Rev. Bernard A. Brackin or Slkeston, Mo., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Elrackln. G. D. Hammock and Gilbert Den Hummock Jr., left, today for Russellville, Ark., where Ihey were called because of the serious il!- ncs3 of tile senior Mr. Hammock's father, J. W. Hammock. Miss George Ann stilwrll. a | Mother's Friend massaging prepa- branch of the j T ^i OB helps bring case And comfort to expectant mothers, M OTHER'S FUIEND, an exquisitely; prepared, emollient, la useful In all cnndLUons where a bland, mild anodyne massag* mticilum in akin lubrication Is desired One condition in •which women, for more than fO years have vised It Is an application for mAssnginB the hcely during pregnancy... It helps keep the skin soft imct pliable... thus avoiding \innecc-i-Ary discomfort due to drynpss and tightness. It refreshes r.nd tones the ,-Xln.An Ideal mnssnRR application for th« numb tlnpllng or burning &rn?atlori3 01 the Ekln...for the lirrcl hack musclfs or crnmp-llke pains In tho legs. Quickly absorbed. Delightful to USE. Highly praised by users, many doctors and nurses-. Million3 of bottles sold. Just aik any druggist *or Mother's Friend---the ikln emollient and lubricant. Do try It. Good News For Folks Who Suffer From STOMACH CAS SODR FOOD TASTE INDIGESTION Do you fe«l bloated *nd miserable aftar every meal, taste BOUT, bitter food? IT GO. here IE how you may Ret, blessed r«- "Icf from thl* nervous distress. EverytLme rood enters the stomach ft dial KasLrlc Juice must flow normally to break-up certain fowl particles; else the food may ferment. Sour foo/1. field tndi- Resllon and gas frequently CBVISC a morbid, touchy, fretful, pficvlsh, nervoiu condition, loss of appetite, underweight, restless sleep, weakness. To Ret. refil relief you must increa-ta the Row of this vital gastric Juice. Medical authorities. In Independent Inbnrn- tory tests on human stomnrhs, haver hy positlvfi proof Klioa-n thnt PSS Tonic U &maziiiKly effective In Increasing Chl*^ How when it Is too little or scanty du$W to a non-orpanlc Ftomach disturbance. This Is ilnc to the SSS Tonic formula which contains special and potent actl- Also, SHS Tonic helps build-up non- organic, v.-enk, watery blood In nutritional anemia—&o with a good flow of this gastric digestive: Juice, plus rich red- blood you should ent better, sleep better, leel better, work better, play better. Avoid punishing yourself with overdoses of soda and other alkallzcrs to I counteract gas and bloating when what you so dearly need IB SSS Itonlc to help you digest food for body strength and repair. Don't •wait! Join the host of happy people RSS Tonic haa helped. Millions ol bottles fold. Get a bottle of PSS Tonic from your drug .-.tore today. SSS Tonic helps Build Sturdy Health, Mother's Friend student at. Arkansas Slate College, .lonosboro. has returned there after sponding the weekend here as rooms of the home. The hnsteas served refreshments of a dessert course. It's Spring at HEATON'S HOME of FLOWERS Before you open the door you see n riot of color . . . and inside, the fragrance of Hyacinths, Daffodils, Primroses nnd Carnations gives you H \iU\vtcliiiK "t perfumes msn has never eijunlcd. Potted Plants Cykamen I'rlmroses Hyacinths Jonquils Axnlcnn At PENNEY'S •/Hi Knjatichucs V illicit Ivies IMulodeudnnis | HE'S RIGHT! Cornbpitian often j on upset stomach, gassy discomfort, ftu- \ vlencc, tour U»t«. So you want your | luatiTt to Telieve constip*lion tnd com, lort up«t ttomtch, too. ' 9ft. CALDWELL'i fimous medicine dot* | both. It contain! L*ntirt Senoa, on« o( ••; th* finest thin|i for constipation Known i to medic*! tcienta. \ AMD POM STOMACH KCLItr It con- t Uini « rvliibU carninatiT* to belp warm I and comfort your upiet itomich. So t when you're slugfiih, uput, and want to r tttl worldft better, r«raetnbir Dr. Cttd- ' vcll'ft. Tbit on* mtdicLc* PT*I JOB tint relief from eontHpAtion, xlso comforts your upset stomach. 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Wilhout leaving your home or office, you can decide what stores to visit—or belter still, you may want lo order by telephone. ,, SOUTHWESTERN Bill Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Slurts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN B:DQ a.m. L£:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Tuesday Wednesday Variety Girl wllh Mary Matcher and DcFor«st Kelly Also Short Subjects Continuous Showing Every Day Pin Dol PRISCILLSS K.rtra FtM-4 /ne* R*gle*! Box Offlce Opens 6:30 Show Starts G:45 Opens Sundaj- 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sul. A' Sun. lUrfain Night Every Night K\cc|it Snturelay ; No passes honorctl on Sunday at Roxy Theatrti 3.98 88 x 81" rise. Those wonderful curtains T'enneyV Introduced last Summer art here again! OUR FEBRUARY FBA- TURK! They're extra-full niff- liiiR, riccoralnr lie-hacks'. l'r«- shirrcd nt rod so they'll go on easily, evenly! Handkerchief edges won't fray! Washable Knyon, 82" x 81" Site! Tailored CURTAIN PAIRS Simple, tailored fh«rm, <iw with or f\ QO wilhont draperies! 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