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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 1, 1948
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PAGE FOUR BLJTHBTILL1 (AUK.)' OOURIEU NEW! MONCAT, MARCH 1, 194S oce ety, W Phone 4461 iBIythevi lie's Woman of '47 Honored iWithTea inT, I. Seay's New Home I One of the largest affairs of the current season wns Ihe tea given lywterday afternoon at the T. I. Scay home at 1514 Chickasavvba. honoring [Mrs. Gilbert Die Hammock Jr., Beta Sipina Pht'i "Woman of the Yetu." 1 The SCO guests attending called* (between the hours of 3 and 5 o'-' lelock. t In th« receiving line were Miss [iva Stay, vice-president of the Al- ipha Alpha Chapter; Miss Vera looordlch, president ol the city [council of B«ta, Phi; Mrs. Frank ITurck. Alpha--Delta Sorority mother; Bits of News Freeman Rowland Honored With Steak Supper at Hut Ham norman was host last night when he tnicrtalneft with a steak supper at the Legion Hut honoring Hendrlx College. Conway'. U a mcm- Mrs. John Moses and infant daughter sherry Cammille of Mounds, III., arrived yesterday to spend a. week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shlblcy, Jere Reid, who is a sophomore Jt rck. Alpha-Delta Sorority mother. FrtM , Bn Rowland, who will Icnve ,, C1 . 0( Ulc l[mAtix college Chapel —.-s.Glenn Ladd. Woman ol Hie, tnTmiitte his home In California.! c i, olr whicl , wm ma)5c „ concert year forilW; Mrs. Mike OTCeefe j Ajmalrly 50 ^^ nllcnrted.! lm ,r , vice-president of Alpha Delta Clinp- Bntcj-iaiminK rooms were |Ur; Mrs. Jim Craftoii. Alpha Alpha jralc[i wi(h ,,,.„,„ t ,,. rpp . jeororlty mother and Mrs. Hammock, l"Woman of the Year". Mrs. T. I. Seay and Mrs. Rouse of W»*su v rn Arkansas cities dcco-: March 7 to II. He is the son 'of Mr. paper : .,, U | jvir.-,. Max n. Reid and has been and colored halloons sus- ; a member ol Ihe Chapel Choir for riended from the chandeliers. two years. i Following the suppor, the re- M,'. and Mrs. J. T. Hipp and ,Karp presided over _the jrlreshment. lnBJndev of lhe eve nmg was spout ri-.iURhli-rs. PcsBV and Mnxine and itable assisted by Mrs. T. H. Cara-; ll>tr)nri .,i| y hy n lc , KU • way and Miss Dorothy Jean Hifigin- i '«on. I Mrs. Gene Atkinson was In charge] iof food arrangements assisted by 'Mrs. Dick Watson, Miss Ila Rogers land Miss Jettye Huffman. .- The dining table was covered with '» beautiful cut work linen cloth and 'held as centerpiece, a crystal bowl filled with yellow roses, Ihe club '{tower flanked by yellow tapers At The Hospitals Rlytbrvlllr Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Tom Lewis. Cooler. Mo. Mis. James King, Stcele. Mo. Mr.s. W. B. Williams, clly, Louis Collier, Armorel. Mrs. Reckless Kelly and bal jburning In crystal candelabra. The j Stcele.^ Itea sandwiches, cookies, party mints 'md punch, added to the nttracllvc- jness of the table. i The buffet held an attractive bou- fquet of red gladioli In a large cry- Jstal vase and in the living 'room i were two bouquets of yelow jonquils. A large bouquet of Plcard gladioli: was placed in the sunroom. ' Loving Cup Presented Mrs. Hammock was presented with L a silver loving cup with the inscription "Beta Sigma Phi Woman nf the Year 19*7", by MLss Goodrich. ; The guest of honor wore for thr 'affair a smart frock of Kold nnd black crepe fashioned with a pep- !lum, and black accessories. She [pinned a corsage of yellow roses at '.her shoulder. 1 Out of town guests attending Ihe !affair were Mrs. William J. Rlgney. mother of Mrs. Hammock, from Excelsior Springs. Mo., Mrs. John 'Fields, formerly of Ctnlnesvllle. Ga. R. Jones, Cooler. Mrs. T. W. Gofortli, city. Mrs. II. H. P. Burks, clly. Mrs. Rual Asher, Cooler. Olin Harrison, clly. Mildred Knights. Armorel. R. G. Cullom. nlty. Robert Pulllam, clly. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. William Poole, Caruthersville, Mo. Miss Ola Ozmcnt, Cooler. Mrs. Paul Lnder and baby. city. Mrs. Virginia Richards. Stcele. Travis Do7.ic.r. Rlc. 1. city. George Williams, Rector, Ark- Mrs. Elmo Sumtnar, BraRgodicio. Mrs. K. L. Young and children pent yesterday in Memphis. Mis. 13. StinueU,' Mr. ami Mrs. Marion Ulmer. Mr. and Mrs. IJilly Stinnett and .Gordon Stinnett, .ill of Jonesboro, were gueMs yesterday of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. E. Rifiyins and Mr. and Mrs. liarl E. Lowry. Mr. and Mrs. Carl nvyant ot Memphis were the weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. n. S. SheKon. Mr.s. Lee Stiles had as her over the weekend. Mrs. Cliff Bun- nui£s of Eiirle, Ark. Mr. and Mr.s. Jimmy Bruton anrl son. Jimmy ami Mr. and Mr.s. Fred Heltnunspcrgcr and daughter, Shc- lia Jane of Popular Bluff. Mo., were the weekend gue.sts of Air. and Mrs. Paul PryciT and diulghtcr, Melba. Mr. and Mr.s. E. B. Akin and sons. Bonnie and Jimmy, -speni the weck- cmi in Ew!e. Ark., as guests o( tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Reader. Dr. Torstcn Ltiidquist had as Ills guests over the weekend his brother. Dr. and Mrs. Karl Lindquist of Fort Smith. Ark., who were en- route to Little Rock, where Dr. Lind- ;»nd Mrs. OUn Hitchcock of Sikcs- 'ton, Mo., who was the weekend 'luest of. Mr. and Mrs. Matt MnAn- Fire Routs Church-goers ROCKWOOD. Trnn.. Mnr. I. <UPI —The First Baptist Church here was destroyed by fire ycMerdny during services. About 300 people filed out of tile church and none was Injured. The building was partially covered by insurance. Coming Events Monday G. E. O. Club meeting at the home of Mm. J. c. Ellis Jr., at 7:30 p. m, •The Executive Board of the Women's Auxiliary of Ihe Flr»t Presbyterian Church will me«t, 3:30 p.m., at the church. First Baptist Y.W.A. meeting at t!i« church 7:30 p.m., with Ml*» Edna Overman a.s hostess. , Royal Neighbors meeting at the home of Mrs. E. R. Alley on Missouri Street at 7:30 p.m. St. Stephens Episcopal Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs, C, M, Buck at K o'clock. Business Women's Circle Eight of the First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Alvin Lane at 7:45 p.m. Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church will meet at the church. Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church meeting at the church for Business meeting at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Tri-Town Bridge Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Russell Hayru's i Fa rr. La Neuve Club toeing entertained at the home of Mrs. Hugh Whltsltt. j Tuesday Bridge Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon. I Wednesday j Town atid Country, Club being cn- , tertained at the home of Mrs. Cleo i Lang.ston. Avalon Bunco club meeting at the home of Mrs. Fred Davis. Wednesday Bridge Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. BiK- er Wilson. Thursday Jiiycccles Meeting at */:3U p. m. Jolly Eight Club members bchv< entertained at the home of Mrs. Richard Prichnrd. Mid-Weck Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. A. Conway. Club Eight members mee'. ing at the home of Mi's. Scrape. Mrs, Cleo Lcmg.ston entertaining members of the Octette Club. Thursday Contract Club members beinp, entertained by Mrs. P. n. Foster. Friendly Eight Club meeting at he home of Mrs. Otho Slant [eld. Friday Alpha Delia Chapter of Beta 3iRma Phi meeting at the home of Mrs. Rudolph Vrskn at 2:30 p. m. C. B. C. Club members meeting meeting at the home of Mrs. Paul Byi inn. Twins Born on Day Which Shows On Calendar Only Every 4th Year February 29 was a "larir*" day hi. Mr. and Mr«, L. K Rlggln, with the live* of two Blythevlllt jt m u_ on j y mtm ^, t of the family att*nd- les yesterday when babies were' ing and a birthday party In the bom on that unique day which comes but once in lour years. The family of Worth D. Holder, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, jumper! from three members to five yesterday morning when twin daughters were born to th« couple at BlythevIHe Hospital. The girls, who have been named Martha Ann and Mary Margaret, have a "big" brother. Worth D. Holder Jr., who J- T. ("Charley") Stalcup lire also parents ot a son born last night at the BlythevIHe Hospital. They have named him David Randal. The Stalcup's have two other children Betsy Lenora and Charles ThomM Stalcup. gurprlie Party Mrs. J. W. Maloney celebrated is thrie Mr. and Mr*. afternoon at hit home on Fifth St. Though Bob U elfht year* old, 11 U only hU Moond birthday. Out of town (uestK here for botli partlen »'ere Mra. B. Stinnett, Mr. and Mr*. Marlon Ulmtr and son, Jimmy. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Stinnett and Gordon Stinnett all of Jonea- boro. Game* were played at the birthday party with prizes going to Bobby Joe Alley, Elsie Webster and Patricia Wllllngliam. A movie of Walt Disney cartoons were shown to the 21 guests present. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with pastel shades of crepe paper itreamers and balloon*. Refreshment* of ice cream, cake ind other party foods were, served 'Consolidated Farm Loan Units Elect Off icers CARUTirERSvniE, Mo., March 1.—At the annual directors' meet- Ing of the National Farm Lo»n Association, held Friday at Kennett, Mo., c. A. Summltt of Cnrdwell was elested president. Other officers named were: John B. McClanahan, Caruthersvllle, vice- president; Hubert M. Wilson, Caruthersville. secretary - treasurer: and Miss Naomi Cunningham, Caruthersville, assistant secretary, treasurer. This meeting followed the one held here Feb. 19. at which lime directors were elected, whom In turn met the following day to ct»Uons, w«t consolidated Into on* association to serve Pemlscot and Dunklln counties. The four former associations were the Southeast Mis. souri and Pemiscot associations for Pemlscot county, and the Cardv:ell and Senath associations for Duiik- lin County. Deafened People May Now Hear Clearly Science ha« now made It possible for the deafened to hear faint sounds. It Is a hearing device so small that it fits in the hand and enables thousands to enjoy sermons, music and friendly companionship. Accepted by the Council on Physical Medicine of the American Medical Association. This device does not require separate battery pack, battery wire, case or garment to bulg* elect officers. Those chosen as di-l or weigh you down. The tone li rector* were: Three-year term— John B. Mc- i her 64 birthday but In reality It was I b )' nlji mother, who was assisted by her 15th. Her daughter Mrs. Harriet Mrs . A l '*>«y B ™e » n d Mrs. Bob Sullivan, entertained with a surprise dinner party In her honor yesterday at Mrs. Maloney's home. The table was draped in a lace cloth and was centered with purple and white hyacinths, and a four tiered birthday cake. Out nf town guests attending were her sisters, Mrs. W. E. Harris and Mrs. M. W. Gllsson of Memphis. Another birthday was celebrated yesterday when Mrs. Marshal) Blackard entertained with a party complimeutlng her daughter Heauchan. . Clinahan of Caruthersville, and c. A. Summit ot Cardwell. Two-year term— R. p. Summltt of Cardwell and W. C. Posey of CaruthersviUe. One-year term— c. 8. Owen of Stnath. as your hearing makers of Beltone, Argentine Talk Force Returns from Maneuvers GUENOS ARIES. March 1. (UP) —An Argentine task force thnt i Britain and Argentina, carried out maneuvers in the Ant- ! A government, announcement said arctic area has returned to Buenos ! Ihe maneuvers were .successful cles- Aircs alter a cruise of 3,600 miles, ! pile bad weather and b'lter cold At the meeting here the a«nHa t; i,i«v u j * associa-. jimanuu m Llnft reuiarKaoie nearmi 1 ° four MMraU 1?^^. T rated devi « ln >'° Ur OWn home wuX a.s_four_»tparat« and distinct asso- risklllg a pclmy . Write Beltom lands dependencies claimed by both clear and powerful. So made thai! you can adjust It yourself to suit your hearing changes. The D<-pt. 143, 1450 W. 10th St.,Chicago 8, III., are so proud of their achievement Hint they will gladly send Iree descriptive booklet nnd explain how you may get a full demonstration of this remarkable hearing .t g a penny. Write Belton» today. it was announced today. Included In the task force were iRev. Kidd Guest Speaker ; At Woman's Club Meeting The Rev. Harvey T. Kind wa ,fuest speaker at Ihe regular meet ilnt of the Woman's Clui) held Friday afternoon at the clubhouse. - Hostesses were Mrs. B. E. Webb. Mrs. J. T. Westbronk, Mrs. B. C. ' Brown. Mrs. Robert VanHooscr and Mrs. Russell Grcenwfiy. Mrs. James M. Roy'was In charge of the program on the subject of :"World Citizensiiip," when the Rev, rMr-i^Kldd discussed . "Consolidating ItheVWorld for IWorld Citizenship. ' lln his speech rwj .those five people :who tried In some way to consolt- ,date the world. These included, ac- .cording to the Rev. Mr. Kidd, Alexander the Great, who only made trouble on the racial problem; Carl Marx, who tried through economics: -Adolf Hitler, who decided that through German culture we could have one language for the world; •and the United Nations, by tuning one law. At this point, the Rev. j Mr. Kidd slnted that -National: Selfishness" tends to weaken world unity. The last and most important of ttiese people Is Jesus, who wanted to unite the world by common religion and that, we feel. Is the basis for world citizenship, the Rev, Mr Kidd said. During the business meeting, plans *ere made for the benefit dessert bridge party to be held March 13, This Is to be given in older to raise more money wtiicti will help buy- new heating system lor the club- i house. The following committed were appointed for this party: Mrs. Jesse M. While, genera! chairman; Mr*. R. L. Dedman, tables; Mrs. James Hill Jr.. gifts; Mrs. W. D. Cobb Jr., tickets and advertising; Mrs. Harry Fritzlus, tallies, score pads, and centerpieces: Mrs. J. T. Westbrook. serving; Mrs. Gean Atkinson, decorating, and Mrs. Ray Hall, food Popular love token of the past wns a fifiurc of a serpent with a ruby in Us mouth. Hot Costume Marsha Marie who was eight years old and celebrating her second birthday. j The 20 guests attending played i party games during the afternoon and prizes were won by Carmen Carey, James Richardson and Beth Wilbourn of Hayti. Out of town guests present were Dianne Wilburn and David Wilburn i OtiO I °f Hayti. | Mrs. Elackard was assisted in j serving and entertaining by Mrs. | Herrick Wilburn of Hayti and Mrs. Idell Blackard. Bob Ed l.owry Entertains Bob Ed Lowry. son of Mr. and j Mrs. Enrl E. Lowry celebrated his ' birthday yesterday with two parties. The first, being a dinner party at the home of his grandparents, The maneuvers were- carried out [ the cruisers 25th of May and Alm the area at Deception and Men- ; miranle Brown. They were acctmi- chior Islands, in the Falkland Is- panicd by six torpedo boats Social Calendar Junior chamber of Commerce — 7:00 p.m. Tuesday Lion's club— 12:15 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary — 8:00 p.m. WILEY T, JONES, Jr. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT . Memphis, Tennessee Will he in Blytheville March 2, 3, 4 for private consultations. Contact Mrs. C. M. Cray, 1028 W. Main, Phone 2425 for appointment. SITE PLANNINCi . . TAKKS , . SUBDIVISIONS . . ESTATES GARDENS . . CEMETERIES . . CAMPS . . HIGHWAY DEVELOPMENT tiuist will attend n mccti'ip of State Board ot Chiropractic Examiners of which he is secretary. Mrs. K. L. Young and children,' arid Carolyn, iiavc rclurn- cd to Pampn, Texas, nttcr spcnd- ng two weeks here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hipp anrl amily. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor spent several days In Arkartclphia last week ss guests of his parents, Mr. .«nd Mrs. R. W. Pryor. Condition of Mrs. Lucy Ledbctter who was dismissed from Bljtheville Hospital yesterday where she underwent treatment lor several days, is slightly improved. She is at the home of her sister, Mrs. John Durham. Dr. Edna Nile* returned yesterdaj by plane from Dallas, Texa.s, where she attended a national professional meeting [or a wee/:. She also took a weeks' course at a Proctolog} Clinic. Mrs, C. M. Baxter was admitted to BlythevIHe Hospital Saturday where she is undergoing treatment,. Her condition Is satislactory. Mr. and Mrs.' Ru.ssel! Barhani of Colorado Springs. Colo, arrived last night to spend two weeks here visiting friends and relative.*. They are RIIC-SIS o[ Mr. and Mr.s. J. Cecil Lowe. Mr. Eiiul Mrs. Barham made their home here until a year nso Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips left yesterday morning for Las Vepas, Nev., where they will spend three \ ternoon for Helena where they weeks. They will Join their riaugh- I Wil) V | 5 jt with Mrs. Welds' mother, tcr Mrs. nctty Phillips and .son., Mrs Mn i co!m yonderau and Mr • Mike, and Mrs. Bernard Gooch, | Vonitlcrau. They were the weekend I who have liivii ifK-re several weeks. ' swsts here of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Mr. and Mrs. Gene C. Fellows Hardaway and fnm;ly. Mr. and Mrs. olan rfltchcock of SiV'.eston. Mo., \vere trie weekend guests nf Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mon- achan and family. Mrs. L. O OiU has returned from Osceo/a Events American Lesion—8:03 p.m. Wednesday Ki'.vanls club 12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary club—12:10 p.m. Monday W.S.C.S. of First Methodist Church meeting at 2:30 p.m. at the church. Presbyterian Auxiliary meeting in Circle groups. Circle One will meet at the. home of Mrs. Bob Cromer and Circle Two meeting at the home of Mr.s. Richard Cromer Jr., at 2:30 p.m. W.M.U. First Baptist Church, business meeting at 2:30 p.m. Music Recital by royvlston School of Music at the High School Jt 8:00 p.m. Tuesday Rotary Club, Masonic Hall at 12:10 p.m. Progressive Club luncheon meet- Ing at 1:00 p.m., at the home of Mrs. F. S. Shippen. Club 48 meeting at the home of Mrs. Emmltl Dunn at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Chapter O. P.E.O. Sisterhood meeting at tile home of Mrs. Jack Uzzetle at 2:00 p.m. Club 47 meeting at the, home of Mrs. Ed Simmons at 2:00 p.m. Thursday Kiwauis Club meeting at the Elementary School at 1:00 p.m. Philathea Class of the First Bap- | list Church meeting at the church i at 7:00 p.m. Club 17 meeting with Miss June Welborn at 7:30 p.m. Friday | Basketball game at the high • school at 8:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. John Fields rormer- l v of Oalne.svllle, Ga.. left this af- -WEAK- NERVOUS cranky 'every month'? Are you troubled by distress of lemale functional periodic dlsuirb- ?i nc S s? Docs this make you reel no tired, nigh-strung, nervous —at such times? Then no try Lydin E. Plnlc- nRni 5 Vegetable Compound to reHei'B •licll symptoms! Plnklianfs Compound Is martc especially /or trojiien U Mso DM wh.t Doctors call s ilomachlc tonic eflcct I Any drugstore 'LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Cl«v«r Spring* TOPPERS For Toddlers Top off her spring wardrobe with • bag and bonnet set. Lovely straws, velvets and so many "dltTerent" ideas lot dressing a little girl. Come In all colors—all .Mtes. $3.50 to $4.95 Moss Bryon Invites You to drop in for some ideas on Spring Changes. A new lamp . . . a lovely picture . . . Ihe most exquisite array of gill suggestions will solve am' problem. The correct \vedding gift, a birthday remembrance . . . and Easter Gifts are practically upon us. Select Easter Greeting Cards and Tallies, Candal Favors or Place Cards for EASTER PARTIES. We will be looking for you at THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main St. 1 T«ter Babes B«di $5.95 $5.95 Bathinttt* $19.95 BlytheviMe's Child Gift Center THE TOT SHOP Mrs. Mnuric* (Shirley) Sanders HO So. 2nd Phone 830* Mr; of Memphis, spc.H the weekend here as cuc-st o( Mv&. FcUo-vVj/ lather, Lay n. Eich, Mrs. Fellows Is the forme;' Miss Loi? Eich. Mr nn<l Mi>. J- A. Wrote. n arc I.1IM Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today Copacabana with Carm«n Miranda aiirl Andy Russell Paramount Nuws 'Ami Short Continuous Showing Everyday . moving lortay from their home at 1047 chlckasawba to the iiotne for- Detroit, Mich., where she had spent thr past two weeks with her son, This weirdly costumed drum- major- Jed a br.:::l ol "Sunny Boys" dunaK annual Shrove Tuesday parade in Ba^le, Switzerland. Thc:ne of the gay aflair \vas ''Dr. Sunstroke." • coinmitt€f. It \vns aUn nnnouncpd thnt tickrt.s may be obtnin^fi now by cotHncl- ing MLS. W. D. Cobb. mrrly occupied by Dr. and Mrs. | Mnx G 1U. who underwent R major - Jnhn F. Eton-land nt 612 W. Main St, Mrs. William J Risnpy ot Excrl- .sior Slifinc;s. Mo., t,s spdicUnp ,^PV- oral riays hrre RF, guest of her ciiuicluer. Mrs. Gilbert Doc Hammock and son, Grocc. mock. Mr. Hammock oprrntion at a hospiUl there. His condition \R salisfactory. Mrs, Gill ^-,\.s accompanied honvc by Mr^.. G. N- Robinson of Cairo, Egypt. John Charles Whltft and Tom Wall spent the weekend In Cavd- well. Mo., as guests of Pole Wilson, i Uams. ",,. u*n, as long a j I'm douin here I'll fill out mytnlry Wank for ih« Pepsi-Colo 'Treosure Top 1 ConJesfi." 9 Ent«r Pep*i-CoU's jreat $203,72S.OO "Treasure Top" Sweepatakei and Contwta. Over 15,000 Cash Prizes! ^ Evwy entry ifets »t leant s Treasure Certificate for th« bi« Family Sweepstake«—Fvnrt, Prire, $2f>,000.00. 9 look for hidden design under the cork in •very Pepsi-Cola bottle lop. Collect 'cm! ~ Swap 'emI Jt'n fun! •rr cwr*r M.AW«S AT YOOR Pepti-Cole Company, Long Itland City, ,V. >'. Let- Us Remove Shimmy That Causes Excess Tire Wear Pepei-Col* Bottling Company of Hlythtville s accidents are often caused by misaligned wheels Ihat shimmy and shake. Don't take unnecessary chances \vith vour cur or your lif*. Brinjf It to us now (or » FRKK check of wheel aliRnment. \ou'H he doing yourself x favor! Smith Ponfiac Co. 126 South Lilly St. 4371 ENRII FORMERLY OF MARSHALL FIELD'S, CHICAGO, WILL BE OUR GUEST HAIR STYLIST ON TUESDAY, March 2nd — 1 Day Only Tuesda and Wednesda ERROLFLYNN IDA LUPINO E IE AMOR PARKE I Make Appointments Early i '............... _„„-_--.---.---•----• ENRII will feature the Famous Electronic Flash Wave! NOW! YOU CAN GET THf WOKLO FAMOUS GIVES YOU THE WORLD'S FINEST PERMANENT WAVE CHECK THESE FEATURES! 'YOUR BEAUTY /S OUR DUTY" Makes Hair Soft, Smooth Removes That Weighty Feeling Fully Guaranteed • Try the Incomparable Flash Wave at •f The Beauty Bar MRS. EBB SPRADLEY, Owner Glenco* Hotel Bldg. I'hon* 3202 Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starls 1:13 Continuous Shows Sat. * Sun. Bargain NiBht Every N'ight Except Saturday Vo passes honored on Sunday lit Roxy Theatre Last Time Today The Bride Wore Boots with Barbara Stanwyck nnd Robert Cummin^s Tuesday Wednesday FEATURE • mm m m w *a IttuHowir SECOND CHANCE I

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