The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 22, 1947
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TW6 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COtihlEU NEWS MONDAY, SKI'TKftJJJKtt ^ |;,|7 thnily WixEon, Society Editor IMione 4-101 Maureen Hart Becomes Bride Of 'Denny Wilson Miss Maureen Hart, daughter of M> and Mrs. Hnrvey L. Hart of J31ythevi;tc, : iech'mc the bride of Denny C. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey. Wilson of Dell, 'In a ceremony yesterday afternoon nt 3 o'clock at the home of her grandparents, Mr. mid Mrs. C. E. Hnrt ol Lone Oak. The Hey. c.'H. Downs Sr.. pastor Cotillion Club Dance 1 Has Football Setting September means ;ootball, so for their monthly party Saturday night at Tin: Hut, Cotillion Club members danced In a ball room decorated \vltlj colorful penaiils and fool- tails and wciv served "foolball" re- Ircshmcnts of Inn (togs. Hosts «iul hO£t5£!J2s fo:' the iitfnir were Mr. .-iiid Mis. Walter Dny, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jcim C:\mhll and Mr. and Mrs. Mo:ircc Grain Jr. The refiesam-'nt l;'.ble was centered with nil (Uiangomcnt of clny- ol .New... Bethel Baptist Church near. Osc'eola, performed the doiible- •TiEg rites. Baskets of gladioli flanked tlie improvised nltnr find southern snit- lax dvaped across a picture*.vindow formed n background, for the .scene. ... Nuptial music wns presented by Mrs. Doyle Houston, pianist. Her selections Included "I Love You Truly" by Bond and "Because" by D' Hardelol. she played Ihe Brid- nl Chorus" froni Lohengrin by Wagner for the processional nnd "£££* K $K™ i£.#ct Church Youths to Give deissonh for the recessional. Spaghetti Supper Tuesday The bride's street-length dress r rr ' s iniheii'.ums and bouquets of autumn flowers ;ilsj were placed in the lobby. Giu.sls included Mr. and Mrs, Linn Kclsey of Coliiervllk 1 . Tenn., iormerly of Dlythevlllc. weekend guests of the Elbvn Hufimans; Mr. ifVitt Mrs. Miuviii U Hinith, who recently moved liwe Irom Meiniihis. Mr. and MI-J. N5eli'!n Hulsell. Mr. End Mrs. Jessce Stilt. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank WhiUvorlh, Mr. t-nd Mrs. P.'cd Fleemtiu and Mason Day. r .vas in aqua blue studded v,'!th rhlnestones and fashioned with a high neckline and a draped s:ish forming a bustle effect. Her accessories were brown. She carried a white Bible lopped wiih . gardenias nnd tuberoses from which fell satin streamers lied with ste^hcnotis. Miss Nancy Hart, sister of the bride, '\vas her maid of honor. She were powder blue with black ac- cesrories and a shoulder corsage cf "in!; carnations. Jimmie Mctcalfe of Dell was Mr. Wilson's best man. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the home: Centering the Inee-drapecl table ' from which refreshments '.v'ere served was a tiered wedding cake topped with miniature figures of a bride ramTbridrgroom. i Miss Gue Long aiid Miss Mary /•Frances Wilson presided at this ' table. ' ,', Aromv! the wedding and reccp- • ticn guests were the bride's mot'1 r, •who uore n- grey suit with a cor- 'feage oT gardenias, and the brlde- J'grdom's" mother, wjirins black '\vith a gardenia corsage. • After the reception Mr. and Mrs. ; Wilson left for a w:rtding to '.Southern points. Upon their rc- •turn, they will make their home 'at Dell, where Mr. Wilson is con- jiectcd with Dell Compress Com- *pany and engaged in farming. Bits of News Mostly Morrow Wrlijht ol Clnchuinti, Ohio, will icturn t lie re tomorrow after :.]).'iuliiii; .several days us thn i;uest uf Todd Harrison and Jud^e mid Mrs. Zal IV Harrison. M:-. and Mrs. A. G. 1..UI, tmtiiy to Little IJock, where' slit! will attend a .state board me:'tinn of the I Daughters <if the American Hevo- liition. Mis. UUle Is a member of the Clnirlc'Volx Chapter, n. A. R., We the Women By RUTH M1I,I,KTT NKA SlllfV Writer The Swiss linvo Invented an alarm wrist watcli, which Is due lo roach Ameiinin shops In plenty or Ume' for the Chrlstiniui shopper. It ought lo ra'oltitiom/e in oil cm family and social life. , The gu es t, w Pa r I I)B a u a 1 (i i- in wrist watch, will simply set It for the time lit; intends to go home, Instead ot drugging his visit out iincl then, at ttomc time past Rath Hilled didn't, dream it v.'ns so late." ; If uirls wear them on their dates W .°.M, : Parents shouldn't have to listen to the old story: 'Honestly, we wcro havlni; so much (tin 1 forgot all iibout tin- lime." Mother might oven l:eep licr appointments with Uad on time, too. . . . , , , , if ;,he wore an alarm wrist, watch , ... . „ Saturday u , 1)u , MAt , K , )ul . ly aM(J Kl ft , fur Toronto, Canada. Kn route, she > tni . c . s ., r . t will spend a brief time in (,'lric»i;i> I i,,.,,.,, and will visit in other i-uii-s lj»fo ' ' Tending Junior Becomes Bicj Business Says G!, Boss of fr§te Baby Sitters Mrs. moment .she should Spaghetti, hot rolls, and colfoe will be on the menu tomorrow night u'licn tlie Younfj People of Fii-st Metliodist Church .set the tables for a spaghetti supper from « lo H o'clock in (lie social rooms of the lo J 3 ' 11 them in Illinois nnd motor church. I Ll > ( 'in back to their home. They plan | Proceeds of the supper will be u> Ieilvc tomorrow or V/cdnrsd'ay for ri'turnlilB honk' In the hue Kull. Mr. and .Mrs. Linn 01 Cal- liorullL', 'iViiii., Iormerly uf islythe- villf, \vore wei'k:Mid ^uc.sls 01 Mi-. nnd Mis. Klben. Hunnuin. Mr. and Mi.s. W. M. Vick oj L'):i Angeles retiiriii'd to ]31ylhuvillu Ihis morniiH! from 'Unukjinrt :ind Mi!- trcpoli.s, II!.. lor n bricl viMi wi'.li his .sister, Mi'.s. Toarl Hire.;, with whom they spi'nl several days re- ceiuly. T|;sy were ric"oin|;anied by their .'on, lni. «-lio (.amf b: plan'; Using the i:adi;et mlijht even remind Dad to telephone home when he promised to do so, or to ,run that, important onnnil on the way home. l>INNl-:il ON' TIMH Whtj ktiov/s htit what an alarm that can be worn on the wrist might even net women home from their gcl-tcjuelliers in time to have dinner on the luble when the man of the family arrives. Since we live in a hurry-up age when time is all important, and when keeping someone waiting 15 minutes is the quickest way lo used lo send a dek'fliUo lo the Cleveland Conference Dec. 31 to Jan. '2 in Cleveland, Ohio. The conference is a National Methodist Youth Conference nnd 10.000 delegates will attend. 'Shower Party Given >For Ethelena Owens ; . [ - . •'."•>-"•-*-, ."' •' Mijs Etheloia Owens, u.'lde-clect ot" Th-'oclor'? Wahl. was compli- •mentcd Thursday night when Mrs. 1 ""=' "' ' Mancering Towles of Manila enter- j;^."' jj 0 Al The Hospitals ni.YTllt'.VlU.R HOSIMTAI, Admitted: Mrs. Kite ninnkciislilp, city. .Mrs. Paul Frazlcr, Cooler, Mo. J. T. Kennedy, city. Mrs. O'.lie Hollls. cily. Julius Foiij^r.i. Tyler. Mo. Mis. L. H. Qinffin, city. •Eill Harding, city. Millnrd Busl). cliy. Willie Mae Hayes, city. J G. Wi'.tkins, city. _is!i\i^s£'d: H r. Burycss, Osceoln, Mra. Jco Petty. Curutlicrsville, Mo. Rufus Downing. Qulin. Mo. Mrs. Haste Nnves, Annorcl. M. A. Thompson, city. Bii'Dis: Born to MY. jxncl Mrs. L. P. Whistle. Rcseliind, a daughter. Saturday uicht. I3jrn lo Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hnlpli, city, a'son, Eunduy nifjlU. Ejr:i to Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Oaoil- 'ou 1 , lyltr, :i son last night. \VALT,S Mrs. R. B. Fuller/ton and 'tained 16 g\!ests \vith u shower 'party. • Entertoinlng rooms ot the home: '^were decorated with lute Summer flowers. The ' hbstesS; assisted by Mrs. •Chester Powers, served a salad plnte with iced drinks.. Ths<|gutst-cf-houoi' wore a blue crepe dress for the occasion. Dinner Party Here Honors Four Teachers Mrs. .Edrii? B. David, Miss Millte Cole of Luxora and Miss liuby Lee Jones of Luxora \vcre hostesses Saturday night at Mrs. David's home here.. 1603 Walnut St., with a dinner party complimenting lour Luxora High School teachers. Honored were Mrs. Charles Thomas, Mrs. A. Crawford, Miss Christine Calvert and Mrs. Thomas Ballew. Miss Cole and Miss Lee are students at Luxora High School. Following the dinner the group played various card earnes. ^ Mrs. Haley Elected To Head Bible Class Mrs. A. C. Haley was elected president of the Indies Bible Class of First Methodist Church at a meeting yesterday. Other officers elected to serve for the coming year were Mrs. J. A. \Vroien, vice president; Mrs .L,. M. Burnett, secretary; Mrs. E. A Good- .rich,. corresponding secretary; Mrs. E E. H-nSm, treaturer; and Mrs. W. D. Henly, publicity chairman. Tilrs. Jjlm FtosU;- is teacher of the '• Steele News Dr. and Mrs. George W. Ringlatid and daughters have been visU in Kirksville. •Mr. and Mrs. Sam Frame have moved from Charleston to Stecle ;o make their home. Mr. Frame \vi! mr-nnge the new BiXlcr and Story ,er Miller, cily. -Mrs. Kobcrt H. Wright and baby, Lrxora. William Henry Hull, Rtc. 2, city. Mrs. w. C. Webb nnd baby, Steele. Douglas Thomas, cily. Noll Hnyncs, Manila. Mrs. Curtis Downs, Dell. IJAl'TIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: MLS. V. C. Huffman, cily. Mrs. T. E<!. Bennett, Dell. Mrs. Charles Bowles. Wll.son. Eiizibcth Dillard, Luxori. ST. JO3KF1I SIOSriTAL, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. Guy Rubenstcin, Manila. In some pnrls of Alaska, women vere ashamed to ue seen without, he plugs they carried in their ips. Lumber Company. L-s Ar.gclos. Ml. and Mrs. C.xlvin Harrington are parents of a .-on b:jrn ihls mcnitn;; at their home at Vfltians Ilonsin;; Qunrters. lie has been named Laxvrenne Eugene. They liave two other cliikircn. Charles and Mary 1,011. Mrs. Harrington is Hie fcinicr Miss Louise L'-'ilbolter. Mr. and Mrs. William Hanistci 1 silent the weekend hi C -<:i;ohi with his paronl.s. Mr. an<l Mrs, Fred Banister. Mrs. nluitic HrijnhaM of South I'asadena, Calif., is the houscRuest of Mr. ami Mrs. Earl Walker Sr. Slie accompanied Karl Walker Jr. home when lie returned from n motor tour of the '.Vest, lie vlsUeii the Grand Canyon. Boulder Dam and Lns Vcjjns. Nev. -V.j-s, Brimhall will visit relative:; in Memphis, Con jay. Datesville. and PnrngniiUt before relurnlni; home. She Is '.he former Miss Martha Pauline BroB- den of Ulylhcvl'.le. Mr. and Mrs. j. T. Ashley Jr., and sons. Jimmie and Tommy, ol Montlcello have arrived to spend several days with Mrs. J. T. A.iiili-v Sr., and other relatives. Mrs. Poliert p. Taylor and daughter. Diane, of Rmlthvillc. Va.. arrived yesterday to spend tu'o wefks .with. Miss Irene Croivdcr. . Miss Crowder met tlicm In Memphis. I <Du and Mrs. John !•'. Rowla'.id. who spent the Summer In Colora. do Springs, Colo, have rcturnc;! home. Miss Delia Purtle is spending a week's vacation in St. Louis. Mr. anil Mrs. Walter Rosenllial spent yesterday in Memphis. Miss Vamiyp Wliitley. who is a .student at Ouchlta Baptist College, Arkaclclphia. has been elected to the Student Council of the College. Slie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wliitley and one of the honor students of the 1947 graduating class nt Blytheville High School. Among; those from Osccola attending the services at Temple Israel here Friday were Mr. nnd Mrs. E. M. Jaffe.' Mr. and Mrs. Koatli Harwniv, Miss Hose Gold- ueru, Mrs. Max Itubenstein, Mr. and Mrs. Ilyman Wicnberg and 'V-r. and Mrs. Morris Silverfield. Mrs. Siegbert Jeidcl spent Friday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ftorman have their guests their son. Lloyd coo! olf u frlendshi|) or sour a business deal, the wYist watcli alarm should be n boon to us. Honor Awarded Student For Junior Year at Vassal- Mtss Mnry Frances Nunn of lily- thevillc, senior at Vassal- College, Pnuylikeepsie. was awarded honors for her academic standing during her junior year, college ofii- wiuls have announced. Mils Nunn i. 1 ; the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Marvin Nunn. 517 Walnut it., and was graduated from 131y- ititvillo High School in 1915. BV Cll.ACI-: DKSC'IIAMI'S \KA Spcciul C'oiri'sijontlent EO3TOM (NBA)—"I have gleaned what you could call a wealth ol experience," Hie deep baritone voice booms. Kx-.Mariiie L'.. Joseph r,. nriscoll isn't talking about lighter );!anes. He moans babie.s. Urlseoll has made baby-sitting bi|; btisines.s. Grateful 'Boston parents keep his lelc|)honc rlnuins; clemcind- iiiK tiie services of his hundred or M» A-l carefully .screened baby sitters. He starting thinking abnut a postwar career a.s a baby-.sitlhii; specialist xvliilc still shootin! 1 , Japanese, fie had loiind his own brlel war-lime leave: fouled nil liei-aiwe he aiul i his wife {'ouhln'i find a Uuy baby sitter. Oi'.e they liiied luriii-d tlieir home into a temporary jive hall nnd lelt the baby ta it.-, own devices —the child "was iry- itig u> swallow a marble when vli' 1 Unroll:; returned. A combat disability and a lon[; terminal leave nave Driscoll lime to survey the bHljy-.sittin;; field in N:-w York, jSVashlnjjton, Philadel- lihlii .tntf nthri !art;e cities. Hj k'lind it ranged frcin bacl to wors.'. "I've a sin;;le-track mind." Uris- cnll liiu|;iis. "That baby-sitting icleu stuck in il, 1 had lo find out wiiat v.'i'.s teally IjeiiiLi dene to make :i Hct'itrd sei-vice clfieiem." JJrLs-oll found that baby-silting fur.clioncd, lor the mosl part under himiliar liandiMps: 'leoil-a:^ ; sitters who failed ;o lake their responsibilities seriously, foes ihut u'ere loo iilgh, an-J a general l;i':K ol protvc-tion ic.r children and par- jents. nns.nll'i; new sri'. r i:c prox'ides mother:) or grandmothers, .;x;7:ri- cnced with childivn -il their own, us sitters, a 025,003 accident insurance policy for ea'j'i child, and '.'A- hour emergency service from a physicians' and nurses' bureau. All th:s lor GU cents an liour. Tlie knowledge that one's children are in good hands, that ex- perl medieal and nur.ving care are quickly available, if necessary, and that each child Is well prote:-t«l by insurance, can go a long way to make a theater party more enjoyable for consc.'knlUK;s uarer.ti, Driscoll says. Out of the CO ci'ii's an hour Uris- c-oll receives fur tlie services of Ills Ijaijy-.silter:;, ho pays the sitters 'IS cents an hour. The'modest rate is UL^plablc- to them, Driscoll says, br-cnusc ir.cs^ of tin? women have grov, n-up families ur.d leisure ;ime an<l they are (pule willing; to en- K'-'-\',i' in a part-time activity which entails little or no real work. Most c! inc ;;itlcr:> arc so popular there's :t steady demand for tlu-lr'services if tliey wish to work. Out of the 15 cent:,'an hour re- mninini;, I)rl--:coll pass hia own sal- i:!y and delrayj; Ihe cost oi offije icni. in; uiTiiice, telephones, se:ret..r: .1 :: rvl.:e :uid ir.cidenlu's. "It's i.iiis.s iirodurtion," he ox- piain . "I'.ir'.l niatie his fortune oy taf:::ig i:nly -i s'.tm inj'.r^in o; i)ioiit t.n o;i:'h ful'.'' Wlien :i popular show comes to tov.n. rjrisc'jll's phones arc ringi.u: :;ii day. "II I ran <ml of sitters," he say.s, •I'd KO oul myself! Our molto is •Every call answered.' Some day Laby-siUini; will DL 1 as efficiently M'ynnizid as diaper service. We're Lhzim; the trail." Gsceola News Mrs. Paul Consvay Sr., Mrs. Louise Buchanan unit son. Johnnie fpent last week In Memphis. These from Gsceola who attended the Ole-MIss, Kentucky game at Oxford, Miss., Saturday Included Mr. and Mrs. lien Butler Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Hay Cox and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hogers: Mrs. J. H. I.ovcwell. Mrs. W. W. Prcwitt, Mrs. C. E. Sullenger. Mrs. Ed Quinn and Mrs Harry Driver were in Memphis this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. s. L. Gladish have relumed from Hot Springs where they spent ten days. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Hodges are I'.ttending the Editors and Governor's Luncheon at Ihe Peabody lo- day. Mr. Hodges is editor of the Osceola Times. Assistant Attorney General J. 11. Bunn of Oseoola, and Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Ed 'Vr;Fadden of Little Rock, arc al- lending the American Bar Association met'tiii" in Cleveland. Ohio Blister beellcs once were much used, dried and ground inlo [>°w- der. for molting blister plasters. Mississippi County. The unit will be located near the Court House here and the X-rays will be made from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. The X-ray program is being conducted here and in Osceola by Ihe Mississippi County Tuberculosis As- socit.lion assisted by Parent-Teachers Associations of schools of both cities. Mrs. Annie Hurst, sm-m t!,e past I M^r'i'Inn, *"* *'"' F ' ll>riniln °' S?.K jon'r.^:^^ A s^: 11 ;,^^ ^ Jj^f^ htt nerouedj-;,^.'ffiTor^ ^ H Jiulson College. Marion. Ala. rolltc- she , v)11 bn u . Mr. mid Mrs. Robert Calleiis and j brief time of Mr. and^ have re- j \v c il in Indianapolis. I:icl. Coming Events Social Calendar TUESDAY Tri-Town club -- Mrs. Haynes Fun-. Club Eight—Mrs. Charles Langston. Avalon Bunco Club--Mrs. Paul iahon. THURSDAY Jolly Eight Cmb--Mrs. N. H. lakemore. Palh:indcrs Class monthly cover- d dish supper at First Methodist hnrch 7:110 p.m, - •%- noPAY " " CBC Cliih---Mrs. Cornelius Schr rer. ..-"". Civic Calendar MONDAY Jn^lor Chamber of Commerce 3ard of Dircctors--7:3i) p.m. TUESDAY Lions Club--12:15 p.m. Junior Hi;;h P. T. A. Executive ,oanl—2:30 p.m.. at Junior High. Junior High P. T. A. --3 p.m.. at, unior Hiyh. vVEDNESDAY Missif-sippi County Fair. Khvanls Club—12:lo p.m. THURSDAY Mississippi Counly Fair. Rotary Club--I2:10 p.m. Chamber of Comir.erce Board of 3iiectcrs--2:30. Chamber of Com- lerce office. Senoir High Chicks vs. Messick-here. FRIDAY Mississippi County Fair. Junior High Paps vs. Bellevuc-- icre. SATURDAY Mississippi County Fair. daughter. I?onna Jean urned to Columbia, Mo., where he s ,v student, at University ol Missouri. They were accompanied by Miss Yvonne Hastings, who will be heir guests for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Russ Rinchait arc pending two weeks with their daughter and .son-in-law, Mr. niul Mrs. Pat Pattereou ol Detroit. f acne Douglas Deeii O f Blylhcvillc wlio has been workin,; [or Arkansas Missouri Power Co.. in Ironton. Mo., arrived liome Friday ni; alter rcccivini: n transfer to the Blythcvilie office. Mr. and 'Mrs. Virsil Wilhnnw RVO at home after spending a brief time in Memphis. f — Do you suffer distress from I' 1 ,! CHINA LAMPS Beautiful In Design $15 to $30 THE GIFT SHOP in Ei«t ftfebi Street • With Its Nervous, Highstning Feelings? Arc yoti troubled by distress of female functional monthly disturbances? Does it make you feel so "crrous, cranks-, restless, weak, n Mt moody—at such tunes? Then DO try Lvdlfl E. Piukrmm's Vogetnblo Compound to relieve such symn. tomsl Women by the thousands nave reported remarkable benefits. Plakham'fi Compound Is what Doctors call a uterine pc-datlve It nas a grand soothing eflect on one ol woman's most important orsans Taken regularly—Plntham's Compound helps build up resistance tgatnstsuchdlstress.It'sAlsoaEtcat Etomnchlo tonic I All drugslorcs Monthly Female Pains Plnkham's Compound la very cUccili-c to relieve monthly cramps, headache, backache, —.when due to female functional monthly disturbances. Joseph L. DrisrolU -if I ran out of sitters. I'd Kll myself! Onr motto is 'E'.-ciy e.'.ll i'.'iswerec!'." thf lionie of Miss Julia Mae Ilan-i- sosi with Mi.>cs Agnes Stevens as t'i)-hostess. E. C. of New York City. sales (mining lecturer, will pre- ."t'rii his first lecture. in Osceola at. the JliRh Scliool, 8 o'clot-k. . . TUESDAY !notary Club meeting with (he Rev. Haivey T. Ktdd". pastor of first Presbyterian Church In Blytheville, as speaker. * WEDNESDAY Mrs. Hetlye Stllf Starr will cn- tc.lain brkli;c club at her home. Chest X-Rays For School Personnel Here Tomorrow ' ' TeabhSrirS-and other employes of North Mississippi County Schools were reminded today that a mobile I unit of the Slate Tuberculosis As- I socialion will be here tomorrow to make chest X-rays required by law of school personnel. The unit was in Osceola today X-raying school employes in South' If Stomach Gas or Sour Food Taste Robs You of Sleep Here's How You May Help, Whether You Eat 500 Ponnds or 2000 Pounds of Food Ic i Year You can't feel cheerful, be happy BDCJ sleep well. II your stomach Is always \i\t~ set. As age advtiV as the "olci stoihacii" needs more help. The reason Is this- Everytlmc food enters the stomnch ^ vital gastric Juice must How normally lo break-up certain food particles* else the rood may lerinent. Sour food, acid inclt- KesUon and gas fretmently cause a morbid, touchy, fretful, peevish, iiervuus condition, loss of appetite, underweight rcstU'ss -ilecp. v. f eakiicss, To got real relict you must Increase the flow of this vltnl Rnstrlc Juice. MeUI- Cfll authorities. In'Independent laboratory tfcsts on Ituman stomachs, havt- by positive proof shown that SSS Tonic Is anmzlngly elfectlve In Increasing this now v;hen It Is too little or scanty clut* to a non-organic stomach disturbance This is due to the SSS Tonic formula which contains very special antt potent activating Ingredients Also. SSS Tonic helps build-up non- organic, weak, watery blood In nutritional nnernla—so wttli a goott flow of this gastric digestive juice, plus TichTefl- blood you should eat better, sleep better, feel better, work better, play better. Avoid punishing yourself with overdoses of soda, and other alkalizers to counteract gas and bloating when what you so drarly need Is SSS Tonic to help you digest food for body strcnKth and repair. Don't wait! Join the host ot hap'pjr people SSS Tonic has helped. Millions of bottles sold. Get a bottle of SSS Tonic from your druc store today fiSH Tonic helps Build Sturdy Health ' Osceola Events MONDAY Wcsleyan Guild of First. Metlio- ist Church meeting tonight at VEGETABLE COMPOUND l is your SYMBOL OF ESTABLISHMENT losiifying 10 :!.,'•«- i.i i].[. r.nd in succeeding gcnciaiioi«, ihiougli ynui lifLiiai:, tli: i'uniily name am! icccrd \vas well GRANITES . H-or!ii}' to record a n'orlli)- uame . . . - Jno. C. McKaney & Sons "Your ^loiiumcnt Men'' Blylhcvillc, Ark. costly now- BE CtRTAIN YOU BLEACH THEM FOR LONGEST wr»» Protect Your Home with McDonald patented pry-proof Burglar Bars So designed Uia( the harder the hwglar tries lo pry il loose, (he firmer il clutches Ihe window frame. Makes other methods nf installation ohsolcle. We invite comparison. DEAL'S -™ PAINT STORE "Everything You Need For Window Treatments" 109 East Main St. I 1 1lono HBH yill DNin Q^^ mi --^ Use! • HoKU lOOlh*. • Hums any kiniJ of coal, coki- or briquets. • Start a fire but once a year. • Hots all day anil nighl without refueling. • Vour lien.ic i* WAUM every MOUN1NG. Come in- Examine ili cv elusive, nntcntcJ features. Hubbard Hardware Co. Hybbard & Hoke Appliance Co. Kubbard Furniture Co. jy/A W/^ *As '/ 1 \~ ,'-.&&. Don't bleach tfie HAHSH WAY with uncontrolfed bleaches An uncontrolled bleach, that varies In strength, may cause you to oierlltafbyoat cottons and linens. This oxidizes fabric threads. The? weaken and soon fray out. Bleach the GENTLE WAY •nth Controtled-Actton Ptrrcxl Every bottle of Purex has the same strength, same correct bleaching action. Used is directed, PLUCK neitr ovcrblcaches. It provides Controlled Action because it's purified and stabilized by the Intrafil Process, fxeiujfvi with Purcx. Cottons and linens come out fresh, stain-free and snowy. Eajy to use! harder on tilings than ordinary washing. At your grater's. THE CONIROUED-ACTION BIEACH G1NTL1 TO LININX THE PUREX "BFAUTY BATH'* it the simple, modern tt'ety to cfftin an I driir.fect i fab • en arid bathroom, f link an, drain ,.. rtmoits stains and sconh Capuc^n" relieve, l-cida-h fail because ifi liquid. HsJn t.ciitnH jre ol;c:d/ <!i»;lvc< —ill rc:dy to tcjir. casino it pjin. II -fso scdlics nfr.'e Icn Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2HOH At Lowest Rale I.onf; Term Quick Service A. F. Dietrich United Insurance Agency 10« S. 1st. St. Ingrain Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Stitrls Z-M) LISTEN TO Kf.CN i:W a.m. 1E:45 p.m • 1:36 pm Last Time Touay CYNTHIA uilli George Murphy and' Mary Astor Paramount Nc'.vs ami Short Continuous Slio%v"uiij Evcryilay Tuesday Weilnesclny UHIVERSH.'INlF|iri»HON4l presenls DeCARlO Brian DONLEVY Jtsn Pierre ] Selected Short Subjects Continuous .Stioiviiig Everyday Bor Office Opens at 7:OD gj n. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Snnday 1:90; Startn 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. anJ Sun. Barcztn Night Every Night E«ept Satarilay N-> passes honored on Sunilaj *l the Time Today Courage of Lassie with Elizabeth Taylor ami Lassie Foi News and Srlcrlril Short Tuesday Wednesday DOlim.R FEATURk-; Devil Thumbs a Ride with Lawrence Tierney MISCHA AUER KIR8Y GRANT •JACQUtllffEtlJWIT GLORIA STUART

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