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PAGEFOUS BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUltlER NEWS Societti Ateutd, THURSDAY, SEPTKMBKU 20,• 1947 5mrry Wixsoh) Society Editor 9 Phone .1101 Misi' Owens, Fiance Hoofed With Part£ Amci'ig tlK'pafiles givieii in honor Osceolan Weds Mary H. Parsons % tne'parjtes giv.eii in honor . -_. n • j. Ethel$h< Owe.:* *ud Tlieo- |n leXQSKlteS ol dorefWahl, whose wedding was so> enin!z:d today, was an in/ormal afternoon parts given bj Mrs Uai- aldin* Greene dud her Son, Louib, »trtJieir; home'at'Mo Park :gt. A je$o* y ,£n4* vhjte thetne ua^ carried- oui J »»11 h» dining - room rahgement of t whrt» J icSei,*sn«{>dra-, gon 1 ! and" phj«c. centering fhlejace-. draped refrt^heaent, table <• Yellow tr.pers burned 1 hi crjstal holdcis ped roses in "crystal bowls decorated the living room. Among the guests were Mr. and OSCEOLA. Sept, 25. — A wedding of wide interest here announced today is lt!at of Miss M»ry Helen Parsons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas Parsons of Mur- frcesboro, to .Wlllinni C. Ayres, son of Mrs, E. M. Ayres q£ psccola and the late Mr. Ayrej. . ;; ...' The ceremony- ?wius •.; solemnized Sept. 18 at, the First. Methodlsi Church ill Prosjwr, Texas with ',riii licv. Clyde Parsons, pastor and brother of Ihe bride, officiating. Nuptial music was presented by June Roberts to Edit Otceola School Paper ' OSCEOUA. Sept, 25. — June Ko- berls Is editor-lh-chlef of the High •School pal>cr. the Senilnolc I'ow- W, and other members of thl; year's staff also have been named. They will be Ann Malodi, assistant editor; Georgia Amiable, business niaiiaKcr; Jr:ic Wiseman, sports editor; Janet, Jue. nrt editor, Mrs. A. C. Owens, parents of the j Mrs. T. H. Parvin. pianist, bride-elect, and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. The double-ring rites were solcm- Ihc bridegroom- j nixed b?fore the church Wahl, parents of elect, .. i • • . . •Miss Oi'ens was presented'a Bin o-iiilver in her pattern. Mrs. EdE.ni 1 borum P.ss^sted *hc hcNiess and her son in entertamrtn;. Birthday Party Given For tllen Finklea, 6 nizcd bsfore the church chancel, which wn.sdecorfitccl with tail baskets of while gladioli against H background of greenery. The bride wore a wedding gown of while slipper satin, designed with a high neckline and round ynkc ol Imported Chantllly luce embroidered in s?rci |>earls with :i fitted bodice and full skirt extending into a court train. Thi lea o mutton sleeves were filled from the elbow and came to a cu Ellen finkloa was six years old Tuesday and to celebrate the oc- ] point over Ihe hand, ca'sion libr niothcr. Mrs." Gladys! Her finder-lip veil of Fiiiklea. cave a birthday party in Crmiuilly lace fell from r.er hcncr. Quoits included eight ..f Ellen's small friends. ! During the afternoon various games were played for entertainment and' the hostess served refreshments of ice cream and cake. Birthdays Observed With Party for Two B. A. Lynch and Mrs. M. O. Usrcy were guests of honor last night at a' birthday party given by Mrs. Lynch. The party is an anual nl- :air. 'Birthday cake was served with ir'ult orirk. Guests were most intimate friends of the Ljncbcs and Mis. Usrey. i * + * Georgia Annable Named Booster Club President OSGEC'L.V Sept. 2> — G?ovgm Annable lies fcccn elected prcsidcnl. of the Eocslcr Club nt Iho High School. ' .Othcv officer.-, will b? Jc<l:c Gore. : vice president; Ann Driver, secretary; Mary Alia Adnms. treasurer. Cheer leaders named by the Hoo-i- ler Club v.crc Caro':yu Banister, Anna Jsan Poster, Nancy Caldwcll and Eva Be!l Lannum. ''There are E2 members in the club. Piano Fund Grows Additional gifts for the 111:1110 which will be given to Jeun Martin. Dell girl born without h'j;s who hopes someday to lie a music leach- Other isift.s were from I 1 . \>. Foser. lias bromihl Ihe fund to 5270. ler. $5; Jamc.s Hill Jr.. ?!5; Drcifu. 1 ! Jewelry Store, $5, and R. I). Hughes $5. Armorct Pharmacist to Manage City Drug Store K. C, WilMjins, formerly of Ar morel, ha.s assumed active i incut of Hie City DrilK Sture licrc U WIIB announced today by W. J Wundcfllch, uwucr. Mr.'Williams \viis for :i mitnlx impurtiKl of years connected with the Ai M iry I niovcl DniR Store a.s plninnucis Queen or Scots cap. with n bund i He will replace Hill Crllclificlc or pearll/cd orange buds at, Iho | runner manager or Ihc store who bafk or the liend. She carried a has accepted u similar position in white Bible lopped with white | Osccolu. Mr. Wimdcrlich said, gni'dcnins and tuberoses and purrs Mr _ . m d Mrs. Willuims are mak- Bits of News Food Buyer Says That High Prices Are Doing What Truman Suggests of illusion from which fell stream- j | n g their home al 1U09 West Wul- cr.s of while salin ribbons. Mrs. Clyde Parsons was Ihe jride's nintron of honor. Her dress was of pink ncl. fashioned with a sweetheart neckline and a fitted bodice with n full circular skirl. She carried a colonial bouquet of picardy gladioli and pink carnations, tied with pink salin ribbons. Ned Avres Jr., of Miami, TMa., wns his brother's best man. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Parsons. Guests j -• Return from DAR Meet OSCEOLA. Sepl. 23—Mrs. John W. Edrlngton and Miss Ruth Masssy have rclurned home aflcr unending a slale board mcelinB of Ihe Arkansas Society of Duur.iaers of Ihe American Ke-voUUion. Mrs. Edringlon is slate curator and national vice chairman of the I D. A: R. Museum in Washington, u. were members of the two families ' °- Hlul Miss Masscy Is slalc chair- ami most intimnte friends. '"'»' ° r conservalional and national The bride's table was laid with a white linen cloth and centered -ijth a ttTd cake topped with mln- ialure figures of a brido and bridegroom and encircled with Bar- lands of white asters. Tapers burn- ini; in crystal candelabra were nlic"d al each end of Ihe lable. Immediately afler the reception. vice chairman of Iho coimnillcc lor correct use of Ihc flag. They were joined in West Memphis by Mrs. U. M. Biggs, regent of Ihe Wil.hm Strong Cha])U'r. The meeting was held in Ihc Memorial 'Bnilding, ftjlloyved by a luncheon givm in Ihe Marional Ho- lel. al whicli Miss Marie Lloyd, sla'.e Ihe youn<; couple left, for a Soulh- | resent, presided. Ur. A. A. Adams, era wedding Irin. afler which they i pastor oi First Presbyterian Church returned to make their home in' of Little Rjck .was guesl speaker. Osceola. where the bridegroom Is I with •'Christian Patriotism" as his engaged in farming. : subject. BfyfhevJfie Teacher Enters Pcabody College ;W. D. • Tcirmey. inalhnnatic- l^Vcher Kt Blylhcville-.High Schocl InH y?ar and the firsf 'oi this tfrm. has .entered George Peabody College. ' Nashville, to complete wtrt en I his Matter's degree. He will atterid for-a quarter term. ;Acccnipanyin;^. him - ware Mrs TOmmeyrprd their-daughter. "R. G. r McGfa"w.' science teacher will teach Mr. Tommcy's classes. WMU Meeting Held At Luxora Church • | James E. Cobb Named To Office at V.M.I. Chd-l .lilies E. Cobb. son ol Mr."and Mrs. C. E. Cobb. who in i student at Virginia Military Iri- '"tufe. Lexington. Va.. has been elected Junior vice-president of Oie VMT, chanter cf the American Society of Civil Engineering. Crriet Cobb. a graduate of Bly- Iheyille High School, is n regular ~vnrd .on the VMI varsity foolball team. Mrs. Starr Hostess ' With Dessert Bridge Luxora News l.UXORA. Sept. 25. — Tlir Bnp- list Woman's Missionary Society of the Baptist Church held II 1 ; annual Week 'Of- Prayer for Stale Missions Tuesday afternoon at ?.he cljurch. JvTrs. Walter Wood, president, introduced Ihe Iheme, "Ixiok Unto the Fields for They Arc White Unto" the Harvest". The devotional, "Song lo the Work". John •1131-38, was given by Mrs. Paul Hays. Topics presented bv olhers wore 'Took Ori^ Ihc Fields" by Mrs. C. Bl Woort, "XJnreSchcci Oroiips" by Emma Koch, "Spiritual Destruction and Sabbath desccralion" by Mrs. Walter Layne and "Moral Dc• generation' and False Faith" by ^^rs. Walter Wood, who concluded the program v,!lh Ihe poem, "Awareness.' 1 • Too Late to C/osslt> I For Sale, Misc. PhENTY OK Jb',l,I.O--JEI.l,0 V PINEAPPliK--EAr,I,E BIIANI) Kerbough Grocery : . Meat Market CSCFCLA, Sept. 25—Mrs. liclty p.)le Starr was hostess to two ablcs of clnb members yesterday vilh a dessert bridee at her home n West Scmnies Avemic. Mrs. S'an was winner or the ieli sTre. with Mr*. Palmer Stun- on receiving .second. Garden dishes filled with potted lanls wore used as decorations \ the ciUevtainlii" rooms. °astor of Dyess Church To Move to Tennessee DYKSS. Ark.. Sept. 25 The Htrv. A. C. SUirk. pasloc of the Mstli"- disl Church here, has been transferred lo Lnbelvillc. Tcnn.. it w^s ••mucuncrd todny. Thr Irimstpr will beronic cffect.ivr Gel. 1. A temporary repl.icnncnl for Ihi Rev. Stark will b^ made pctulinc Ihc assignnicnt of a full linip paslor at the animal conference lo be held ill I'arrrst Cily O<:1. :!3. ~ Mr. ami \'i's. Dsan McClurkin or Peabociy College, Nashville. have 1 re- Hirnetl to their home after spending two weeks with Mrs. McClurkin's parems. Mr. and Mi-s, Joe Powell. •, Mrs. Nonye llaynes spent a few days m West Memphis visiting her ion, William Hnynes, and Mrs. rluynes. Mrs. William Bcrtt has gone to inl, Mich., lo spend several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Lcnis Sanders. Mr. and MLS. Leonard Ellison, who have moved lo Lnxorn from Aid. Mo.. iu-.' making their home .vilh Mrs. Ellison's lullier, H. C. LnnsstoM, until they on move In:o thniv homo at Double Bridges, which was purchased from Mrs. P. M. Bonds. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dcnton liavc as their pnest their raster daughter. Mrs. Edcl Cowscrl, of West Hctcnn. Mrs. Cowscrl is the Corn 1 Miss Pauline King. The IDenlons also had a.s their Rdcst.s for R brief time. Mrs. DcnEon'.s sister, Mrs. Charlie Eeolt. and niece, Mrs. Ray Graham or Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson I'\»rrcsl ol Memphis worn Bursts for a few days Mr. and 'Mrs. O. M. Forrest. Mr., and Mrs. Warren Ko'xley are n Memphis for two days. Mfs. Clair Miller WKS In Memphis 'estcrday. Mrs. A. O. Ulllc and Mrs. Jamc.s 1111 Jr., are al home folio A Ing .heir return from Little , Rock, where Uicy attended a meeting of the slal board or the Arkansas Society of Daughters of the American Revolution Mrs. Little is stale chairman of the committee [or correct use of the flug and Mrs. Hill Is regent or Hie Cliarlc- votx Chapter here. Miss Nancy Hart and Jinimlc MclcnUc were in Memphis last to atlend the- fair. They were joined by Mr. and Mrs. C. Wilson, en route home nfler their wedding trip, who accompanied Miss Hart and Mr. Metcalfe back to Blyllieville. Miss Harl and Mrs. Wilson arc sisters. Mrs. Max Calland, MLss Nila IJrycans, and son have rclurned from Hot .Springs, where they spent the past several days. Tney will spend two weeks here wilh her aiinl, Mrs. Lee Hill, before returning home to Steuben- villp, Ohio. Kirs. J. A. McKay left this morning for Memphis, where she will spend several days as guest of Mr. oud Mrs. Russell Hodge. She w:us accompanied by lu-r grandson. Jerry Hndgc. who has bucn spcndin; tile past two weeks here. Joe Ferguson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson Sr.. has returned t r j school at Georgia School or Technology al Atlanta lor his .sophomore year. ; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Oaskins and. Mr. and Mrs. tjcolt Alley and children spcnl today In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Hedge of Houston, Tex., and Helena, left yesterday after a brief visit willi his sister, Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Mrs. E. M. Eaton of Blythcville and Mrs. J A Pomeroy of Memphis spent two weeks in Hot Springs on their vacation. Before returning home last night Mrs. Eaton spcnl a week in -Memphis with A-r. and Mrs. Pomeroy. Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon Thoma.ts:m .spent yesterday in St. Louis. .The; 7 were accompanied'home.by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Tliomns- soii of Ccnlralia, itl. Mrs.'Walter Harl or Ripley, Tcnn.. und Mis. C. C. Lee of Dyersburt;, Tenn., arrived today to spend several days as guests of Mrs. ,G/ \\', Dillahunly. • • Scrgt. and 'M.-s. Roy R. Bmiiley Jr.. are here visiting her relatives. the Johns fami'ies, -while en vonte to Crcstview. Flu., wi.ii.-rc Sergeant Brantley has been transferred iYom Chcnnault. P.elri. I:aiiiOul. III. She is the former Miss Ncliic Johns. Among the many from Blythevillc who are attending the game between the Chick> and the Messic;\ Panthers in Crump Sladiuni lenient arc Mr. und Mrs. Rosco Ci-afton, MKMPH1B, Sept. 25. (UP: -Mrs.*Owen S, Oibbs, chairman of a v.'oin- i en's consumer's group working for reduced food prices, said loday that' President Truman's food price stalement "will help" bul that / housewives already "have cut down waste lo Ihe bone because ot high ,. prlc'cs." J* Mrs. Gibbs, chairman or the con- » sumers advisory eoniniiltce repic- j f senting some 30,000 housewives hcic I said thai "voluntary rationing must ' be spread all .over the country if we want lo avoid government controls or disasler." Mrs. Gibbs is Ihc wife of Dr. Owen S. Gibbs, a research scientist. She started a one woman campaign against food wasle In March, I94G, : "President Truman's call for voluntary rood conservation by wasting less will help." Mrs. Gibbs said, "bul nut the entire problem. . "No doubt people can save a lot ] moil- by wasling less. Bul people already have cut down wasle lie- cause food prices are so high. Housewives must buy less expensive food, Silo Solo arc sisicrs. i ' tile former arl( ' of. course, less lood. " Mrs. Oibbs plans lo address the Tennessee Federation of Women's Clubs board niectinij al Nashville this week. She said llnil "voluntary rationing must b^ practiced by women lliroiiithoiil Ihe counlry." "If Ihe entire National Federation of Women's Clubs eel behind it half the bailie will be won ' Mrs. Uibbs said. At The HojpitaU ni.Yii:i:viu.i-: Admitted: Harvey Wayne Tucker, city. Oi.snns.sed: - Mrs. R. A. Andrrson, city. M.nnlL- Sue nt»Kn.i, city. Mrs. L. P. Wliistle uncl baby, Rose- hind. Mi.s. Doyle Gocdlow and babv, Tyler, Mo. .M.s. J. R. Terry and baby. Cooler. My. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. L. O. Kelly, Uindctlc. Mt/llIODIST HOSPITAL, Memphis LXsinissL'd: Mrs. Tom Hitt. Leachvillo IIAI'-IIST HOSriTAL, Memphis IXsmis.sc-'d : I Unison \Vrcu, Wilson. Congressmen, Engineers to Inspect River MEMPHIS, Tcnn., Scpl. 25. (UP) — A group or milking Congressional meintjcrs and Army engineers left here by river steamer today on a three-day inspection trip on Ihe lower Mississippi River to study flood control conditions. Included in Die parly were Sens. John H. Overtoil, D., La., Chan Ourncy, R,.S..D.. and Elmer Thomas, D., pltla'., arid Rci>s. Will M. WhUUngton.'D.. Miss., W. F. Norrell. D., Ark., arid John H. Ken', 13., N. U. ' ' Also aboard were Maj. Gen. Robert W. Crawford of Vickslnirg, president of tlie Mississippi River Com ID issjdn; Col. Edwin p. Lock Jr., Memphis District Engineer, and about, a dozen oilier 'district, engineers and six division engineers. The group will arrive In New Orleans £unday, where they will be joined by i_t. Gen. Raymond Wheeler of Washington, chief of Ihe u. S. Army Engineers. Next Tuesday they will all attend the annual meeting of the Mississippi Valley Flood Control Association in the orescent city. Overtoil said that the lower val- ley now vvns In better shapu to withstand, floods than ever before I in its history but insisted-'il still |' needed more and larger funds for further control work. Meetings Ciiicknis:i\vbu I.cdac I'M F. and A. M... will n;ect in regular coin- tl>c munication Umighl al the Masonic H:ill al 7:30 o'clock. By order of M;l>: parks, \Vorshi]>ful Master. Richard Halslrom, Waukesha, Wis.. comforts bis discontented row. Lois, aflcr she foolishly stepped through the door and fell into bis underground silo, llal- slrom plans to cut the corn on his farm and till the silo so Lois will be able to climb from the elMlH-foot hole. Government Tax Paid on 478 Slot Machines^ LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 25, (UP> — A federal tax of $100 lias besn paid on 458 slot machines in 22 Arkansas counties since Iho .start of the fiscal I yefu 1 . July 1. according to Internal I Revenue Collector Horace E. I Thompson"' This is a drop from the 566 machines on which the tax was paid last year, I Thompson pointed out thai the machines arc not licensed but that the government collects a tux as it j has no law prohibiting their use. | The collector's records show that! machines arc most plentiful in I SL Francis County, where Circuit' Judge D. S. Plummer yesterday or- : fiercd 27 of Use "one-armed baa- j dits" publicly burned.. St. Francis operators have paid tax on machines. Union County ranked second with 31 while Garland County lias 27. Six oryani/aturns in Pulaski have pukl tax on 17 machines although 16 were seized by L.itlle Rock officials earlier this week. -WEAK NERVOUS cranky 'every month'? Are you troubled by distress of (finale functional periodic disturbances? Does this inukc you feel so tlrccl .high-strung, ncmous— at such times? Then DO try Lycila E. Pink- hmn's Vegetable Compound to relievo such symptoms! Plnkham's Compound is made especially {or women It also has what Doctors en 11 a stomachic tonic effect! Any drugstore. foy CAPUDiNf' tick relief fro HEADACHE Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 D0 FALSE TEETH nioiia Craflon, Mnry Morgan. Mary Frances Gaines and Barbara Mon- p^hnn. Also goiiif: arc Mr. alicl Mri. •".. B. \Voodson. Mr. and Mi's. E:\rn- sl Roc. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. IJVicnd nrt Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ivy. . Mrs Eva Diehl of Lilboum. Mo., in Blylheville visiling friends and clatives. Mrs. Diehl'formerly madc i .er home here. ' '••;.( Mrs. J. C. Reach. Mrs. Howard ohnson. Mrs. Clnudo Weavcj and Mrs. P. E. Lirrow spcnl yesterday n Memphis. They \venl down c.spi- ially for Mrs. Weaver to consult ler doclor. She rclurnctl loilay lo Memphis, where she plans to undcr- Irealrncnl (or .several 'days. Coming Events Civic Calendar FRIDAY Mississippi Bounty Fair. Junior llit;h I'np.s vs. Drllcvuc-- hcrc r H/.TUI1UAY Mis.sis:,i;;pi Counly Fair. and ; FOR SAl.F, '-lust arrivevl. willi :', biishels of Michigan Filbert a, peaches. W P arc now in inn; new location at Main and i FJilly. Phone .^985. Buds' Meharg. " '51 25 ]ik 29 1 "heating slovr, 1 oil cook Ftuvr. 1 Ire box. 1 navtriio br;l. bl:; chnlr to matc>l. Ottior ch^ira. WL'.l sr!l fhcai>. «1 East Vino St.. niythcvllto. Ark D2S-11X-2; For Sale — City Property ' T 7 FOR SALE Groccr>' and market, nice Hvhi r ; rooms. IiimttOrc. WMk-out T>TOIWS|- tton. I inmcdiatc iio^csslon. • H. C. Campbell , c Phones 4446 — --293Q Cholera Epidemic Takes 32 Lives /n Nile Delta C.MHO. Sept. 2S. i Up)— Cho.Iera epidemic gained momentum in the N'ile delta today and : tile, public health ministry .s-.'.id 32 pcrsoSls were frJoM-ii lo have died from the di- Rock, Slide or Slip? • FASTEETH. an Improved pow: _ ' der to bfi sprinkled on upper oi , lower plates. . holds false tbetl seasc • [ more firmly in place. Do not slide r'ubll: Health Minister Nagiiib Is- sll P nor rock - No E«mray, gooey knndar- Pasha said 100 cases had I P ast V taste or feeling. FALSTEETF •oecii reported officially. Tlie gov- i ^ alkaline (non-acid). Does noi crnm'eiit has'appropriated.$Z/IOP.<)9'J sour - Checks "plate color"' (dentun to keep the disease from spreading breiith); Get.' FASTEETH a t anj 1 drug store. EVANS GROCERY Phone 2597 Free Delivery 118So. Lilly St. Osceola Events I-'RTUAY iwiiniK Club inccl-iti^ wilh Hr-r- L Smiili. mciTihcy of Hiph School ;arnK,v. as guest ppc^^cr. 'Oldat40,5Q,60?" — Man, You're Crazy your favurilc name brands It's Xc«-! It's Clean] It's KVANS' NEW STO11K! Fresh, new slock - . . all .TIT here in our new store. It's easy tb linil; jiiFl i;o cast on Main Strccl In Lilly, then turn rijhl tlirrc yiiu :<rr in llio. new .lack Robinson Buil HIIR. specials for FRIDAY ANI> SATURDAY. You'll find our slorc roomy, merchandise easy lo am] Stn.p (lirsc find—mid ynii'II appreciate uur courteous service! -5ibs.49t - 10ibs.98c Battery Radio liqhi-^igHt, >o» i ob'" 1 »Vioy[dei «Tin • n o'ligo'O' I Hl.ACK SILK SI OME POLISH .IAC'1^ SI'KAT Sl'NSHINK MiE JUICE We have several hand operated and rlcrtrical niaeliines, relmill hy expcrl fiielory workmen, machines, which operate likv new, are Knar; in A-l fondition. The IfoHlc V tans No. 2 Can ; (i INCH 23! STOVE PIPE ! (i-INCH 35; ELBOWS ; JACKSON 9 iSPAGHETTI No. 2 Jai- Kaeh i-V W Kach fcW 10 U. S. No. 1 5 Lbs. 23c Tinla v — ly I;; l.iinili Apartment Wanted rvt* of rlirep room funilsh^fl ana*-*-- \ tn«rn i1«;n«rBt' 1I r Hcctlcd. Call Noble • . Hotel Boom 307. ! 925-nk-2S" t Portable Typewriters Three new Royal portable typewriters arrived today. Guaranteed Only $72.50 QQ. SAMUEL F. NORRiS I'l'intct's — Office Outfitters — Stationers Across From City Hall I0ibs45c l.AKCK W/.V. • JliMliC, TOMATOES ,,,19 I CELERY SI/-K I'HKSFl U "'I PEACHES M-:\V Each 23 I TURNIPS & TOPS eh 15 FKHSU UK1) DKUCIOUS fEET POTATOES ,„. 10 i APPLES , f) 17 25 Lbs. $1.99 10 Ibs. 89c i 10 Ibs. 89c meg* ** g*F - . . - - 50ibs3.95 wimlM.. phone You con sec these at FITZPATRJCK'S BOOTH at the Fair FITZPATRICK Jewelry Store 1 GHADK A I!AHY HKEF STEAKS ,,,69 IW BUTTER 88 C IOLEO 3S Live, Ib. 50c Home Dressed Ib. Continuous Shows . Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 0 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 pm, l-'rulnv Paramount News and Short Continuous Showing rvcrj Hay Boi Office Opens at 7:00 5 n. Show Starts 7:15 p.nu Opens Sunday 1:90; Sta.-Li 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sao. Bufata Night Everj Night Except .; Satnrda? -- r honored nn ganter M the Koiy. Thursday and Friday TIILTHE CLOUDS ROLL BY »n H-G-M PICTURE IN 1ECHNICOLOIII \ VAN JOHKSOH . JUDV GARLAND \ fSANK SIIIATRA . 1UNE ALLYSON \ ROBERT WALKER • DINAH SHORE \ KA7HRVN GRAYSON • VAH HEFUN J • ilh lUCIlU BKEUEt • LtNl KOINE AKGEU LSKl'JJT • 10NY UtlllH VIRCIHI* O'BIIEN ' Selected Mhurts Fall Opening GEM THEATRE Blythcville, Ark. Saturday, Sc-ptenibgr 271.li Continuous Slio'.ving- Kvcry Salunlay and Sunday. Shovvinjj Saturday and Sunday, Se|it. 27-28. Cailoon—The Coo-Coo Hiv Serial—The Sea Iloinul Adults—25c, tax incl. Children—9c

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