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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 29, 1947
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f AGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE (AUK.) COUK1EK MKWB MONDAY, SKPTliMBEH 29, I'M? ily Wilson, Sociely Edilor Rushees Are Honored AtJ.'C. Ellis Home, Riishees of Alpha Delta Chapter : of Beta Sigma' Phi ' Sorority, who' were guests of hgnor nt a sherry and port party Friday afternoon at the new home of Mrs.. J. C. Ellis Jr., at Barfield, will attend a model meeting Oct. 3. They' Vere''Ws. James Lee Brocks, Mrs. Maurice Luttrell, Mrs. James Guard, Mrs. Lynn Hughes, Mrs'- Bernard Allen, Mas. Oscar HaJ.elbaker, Mrs. Clarence Webb, Mrs. James Edwards, Mis. Ben W. Harpole Jr., Mrs. R. D. Day, Mrs. Rudolph Vrsita, Mrs. Paul Settlemire and Mrs. R. G. Edwards .Jr., both of Roseland, Mrs. James Tidwell, Mrs. Harold E Anderson. Mrs. Freeman 'Robinson, '.Mrs. William Hyndmau", NSrs. Gene Atkinson. Mrs. Robert Lowe of Manila and Mrs. W. A. Picfcard. Assorted canapes were served with t 1 ^ sherry and port. Effectively arranged roses, marigolds and " zinnias decorated the home'for the party. ." Mrs, Gilbert. D. Hammock, president. . spoke briefly, on the aims and pur|joses of the sorority. * ' * « ' Dorcas Class Party Given at Tripp Home The Dorcas Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church was entertained Friday night nt the home ) of Mrs. Hallle Tripp at 1701 W. Vine St. Mrs. Aubrey Bruce was guest of honor at the meeting and those present presented her with vnrioirs gifts. Mrs. Hubert Palsgrove, president of the class, wns in charge of the brief, business session when plans for the next meeting were mode. They will meet at the home of Mrs" Lelnnd Hodge and Mrs. Bernice Holmes Will b2 the guest of honor. Mrs. Don. Aycock was in charge of the social hour. Mrs. Mablc Lunsford ta;.teacher 1 of the class. Tlie hMtess, served refreshments of hot chocolate, doughnuts and marshmanows. . * * * Mrs. Scherer Hostess To CBC Club'Members Members of the CBC Club were entertained Friday afternoon by Mrs. Cornelius Scherer at her home on East Main Street. Mrs. A. A. Hardy won high score in the games played and Mrs. O. O. Elkins received second high. Mrs. Alvin Hardy won rooko. Bouquet's of mixed Pall [lowers i intermingled with roses decorated Model Play Suits From Cotton Baas Bits of News Mostly MIKS Shirley Barnaul spent the weekend in Memphis as guest of her lather, Bruce Harham, Mrs. Barhum and family. Miss Jeannlnc Scherer, student at Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, Cape Girardeau, siK'nt the weekend with her parcnls, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Scherer. Mrs. S. S. Patterson and daughter, Vivian, iire at home after] yesterday spending three day:; In .Memphis; i ion , lo M): lo allend the fair and a football Engrain, city a AtTleHMpiUb ' '. BLYTHEVIIAK HOSPITAL Admitted: .Mrs. Ellas Barger, Cooler, Mo. •Joe Russell, Cooter. ' Betty Jean Mlnyard, Dell. Mrs. Leroy Barber, city, Mrs, Ben Stcculelon, city. Thelma Goss, Wilson. William Henry Alexander, city A. B. Ufarpei. city. Dismissed: Lloyd Krtnch, city. Mrs, Irene Tadaro, city. Lloyd Decourley, Cooter. Mrs. Ray Palmer, Holland, Mo. Itay Palmer, Holland. Mrs. L. H. Chaffln, city. Births: Born to Mr and Mrs. William Ncrtlicrn, Holland, a daughter Coming Events ! Storm-Damaged Gulf Coast Again Open to Tourists As a fcoture of the Cotton Hag Fashion Show to lie held here Thursday in conjunction with the Eighth National Cotton I'icKint Contest, Arkansas iPnm Camp ot Little Hock Blyllieville (Lana Towles. dauRliter of Mr. and Mrs, model play suits made from notion baas. Their chic in pattern. and Junior Ml H. E. Towlosi wll suits are Identical game. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. C. Patterson of Chicago spent the weekend here as .ue.sls of Mr. and Mrs. .Ilmmfc Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hlckman and family Imvo as their Mrs. Hickman's mother, Mrs. C. Dickson of Malvcrn. Mr. and Mrs. Hlckman recently moved from the Nebhut apartment on ilcarn Street ».o Udl West. Chlckusawba St. Charley Henly has returned after spending the weekend In Memphis. Ho formerly made his home there. Ann McLcod spent Saturday in Memphis. Mrs. C- J cil Shane retuvned yesterday from Paragould, where she visited her brother, George liush. and Mis. Hush. Mj 1 . and Mi's. George Hale and ••rin, George, left this morning for points in Southern Arkansas, where they will visit for several days. Miss Joanne Campbell, who is a student' at Southwestern College in Memphis, spent the weekend with her parents. Mi. ami Mrs. Uus- scll CainpbL'll, and sister, Jean Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Seay and children had as their guests yesterday Mrs. Stay's mother, Mrs Wilbur Hodges and Mr. Hadyes •>f Memphis, and her sister, Mrs. I awrencc Davk-.s nnd two children, ol Tin fell. : Mrs. Hetty Phillips lefl last, night for St. Louis. Mo., where she will spend several days. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Seay and son, Bobby, srient the weekend in Loachville ns tiuesls of her parenUs, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Webster. Mrs. Jesse M. White left this morniui! lor I illlc Hock, where she will attend the Fall State Hoard ci Managers meeting of the Arkansas Congress of the Parent- Icacher Association. Mi's, White i and Mrs. 11. W. son this morning. 1IOSH1TAI- Social Calendar TUESOAY Avalon Bunco Club — Mrs. Raymond Shamlln. Club Eight — Mrs. Charles I^ans- ston. Tri-Town Club — Mrs. John E. Clouse at the home of Mrs. Joe Bvrard, 1011 West Main St. WEDNESDAY Women's Foreign Missionary Society of First Church of the Naza- i rene 2 p.m. at the church. THURSDAY Octette Club — Mrs. J. C. Ellis Si. Mid-Week Bridge club — Mrs. J. Ijoute Cherry. FIUDAY Mrs. Alvin llardy will be liosles 1 to members of the cue Club. Herring. Scnath, WAI.I.S Dismissed: lUifus Hryun Mo. Mrs. Earl Jones, Lnxora, Mrs. Hlan Williams, Manila. Mi's. J. T. Ashbranne'r, Civic Calendar Hankin.s, England, Carulhersvllle, Caruthersville, Dunkin, Rt. 3, . Junior 7:30 p.m. Hales Lecture MONDAY Chamber of Commerce, 8 p.m. at High Leave Tonight For Los Angeles 'Mrs. H. F. Kirshncr will leave to' night for Los Angeles, Calif., to at- entcrtaimng rooms of the home. | tend a Suprciuc P. E. O. Sisterhood The hostess served refreshments Convention. Mrs. Kirshncr is a membc'r o[ the Boanl of Trustees for the Educational Loan Fund of the national organi/nllon. She is a tnomuer of the Chapter D here. of cookies and iced drinks. ',' * « * . Movie Shown to Women At .Club Luncheon Meet *\: movie on the history of electricity was shown by James Nebhut of the Arkansas-Missouri Power Corporation at the Fall's first meeting .of the Woman's Club, which followed a luncheon Friday tit the Woman's Club. Mrs. Love B,'Adams, Mrs. E.'F. I Blomeyer, Mrs. J, G* Barnes and Mrs. Ray Hall were hostesses for the occasion. MUs Camllle. Robinson, also a representative of .the company, discussed "Food Problems." A'centerpiece of mixed roses and snapdragons decorated the table at which Uic luncheon was served. , 3 1 * Muriel Ann Knudsen On, College Honor Roll Miss Muriel Ann Knudsen. (laughter of Mr: and Mrs. O. B. KnuriEcn, 800 West Walnut St., was. one of the students on the honor roll nt MacMurray College for 'tlie second semester of the last 1 college year., it has been announced by- Dean Wendell S. Dysinger. ' The only students on the honor roll 'at MacMurray are those who have maintained an average of better than ' r b" for the entire semes ter. ' She will return two .weeks. lo lilylhevillc in Lawrence-Barber Rites Solemnized in Hcrnundo .OSCEOLA. Sept. 20. — Mr. anc Mrs. Elzic Allen Barber announce the marriage of their daughter Miss Audra Darber, to Llcwcllyi Ja'rey Lawrence, son of the Rev .mi Mrs. L. T. Lawrence. The wedding \\as solemnim r uly 3, at 'Hernando, Miss,, wid he Rev. J. C. Mason, pastor he Methodist Church, officiatina The bride wore n dress of Ijrowi crepe with brown and white nc icssories. She was graduate;! from ICeisc High School. Mr. Lawrence wos graduated Irom Oscoola High ScJKiol and af- ;cr two years in the Army Air Corps, he attended the University of Mississippi, where hn is now enrolled for his sophomore year. The young couple will make '.heir home here temporarily but will go to Oxford, \\here he will re-enter the University. -ouisiona Girl Accepts Position At Church Here Miss Billic Jean Turk of Vivian ^a., has acct-plcd the position or iccrttnry nt First IJnptlst, Church IPI'C, Lhp Rev. K. C. Elrown, p or, .sai<J todny. She \vHl nsslltnt' i- <liitlc-s Oct. 15. Miss Turk received her Bociielui or Arts ricgrcc in .July from hoii iniin School of Techr.oloav Riistnii, Ln. Miss Catherine Powell, student al Oiic'hilit linguist College. Aika- dclphia. held the position clnrln; the Siut\incr and hn.s iut\v rcsuinet icr Mutiie.s. islrkt Director for District Five. Mi", and Mrs. J. B. Johnson art? the parents of a daughter born Saturday night at the Walls Hospital. This is their second child. Mrs. Johnson is the former Miss Mary Jo Fisher. Mrs. A. S. Decn, who suffered a shunt, stroke yesterday, is resting comfortable at her home on Clear Lake Road. Her son, John Decn and Mrs. Deen of Lake Providence, La., arrived yesterday afternoon to be with her. Erv.'in Me. Mclvin Mo. Mrs. Whirred city, Rudolph Lambert, nt. 1, city. Mrs. Ulan Heath and'baby, city, Richard Lee, Luxora. • MKTHODIKT HOSPITAU Memphis Monroe Heed Jr.. Oscepla. ST. JOSKWS HOSPITAL Memphis Hiillis: Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. Charles Friend, joiner, a son. Airport News A meteorology film ,011 cold fronts will be shown at 7:30 tonight when ground school classes meet in Hrtnyaj- No. l at the Municipal Airport. The weaLliemuin ap- piitenlly Ls cooperating with the irounct school schedule n,s a cold front is now moving in over thlv ureii. Another weather film, on (jrcluded Iront.s also will foe shown tonight. Charles Biltner and Worth Holder made another trip to Memphis Saturday when they again took part in the reserve Hying program .spon* soied by pie Army for ex-piloU. They made the round trip In an Army C-47 assigned to ferrying the fliers to nnd from Memphis C. V. Scbaugh and Johnny Field: lelmneil Wednesday night rroin j flight to Louisiana, Alabama urn School Audi tori imi. • 'IVJKSDAY Lion's club 12:15 p.m. American LtKion—8 p.m. i WEDNESDAY Kiwanis. Club'—12:10 p.m. Sales Lecturi;—8 p.m, High School AuOlloiiuni. ','.'••• THURSDAY notary Club;—12:10 pjn. , FRIDAY Senior High — Chicks R<>ck—here. Junior Hlah Rjjis vs<'Malvern— il-.ere. . ' '' JACKSON, Miss., Sept. 29. iUP) —Mississippi's Gulf Coast, hard hit by the recent hurricane, officially reopened its doors lo the tourist trade today while workers cleared away rubble from the glistening beaches of "Little Riviera." William E. Baiksdule, executive director of the State Agricultural and Industrial Board, said all hotels on the coast are operating and tourist courts are being rebuilt. Federal aid, meanwhile, was moving in on the worst hit section of the Mississippi coast from Bay St Louis lo Puscagoula. Gen. Philip B. PlcminB, public works administrator, said army engineers had been Instructed to clean ug> the .section. "There is a big health problem there," he said. The long Bay St. I.xjuis r bridge on U. S. Highway 90 was put out of commission by the storm and tourists traveling from the west were forced to detour, almost doubling the distance- from New Orleans to Cliilfport. Engineers said the bridge will be repaired in about three weeks. ilnc H more quickly etttcdva \ lor the rcllof ot iH'iiral«ia aiul 1 heednclie Hum Liquid C&jmdUit'. I AUo soothes upsc-t nerves dxi« to I tlie puiii. Use only us directed. j Tlie besi known home remedy you can use to relievo miseries is Livestock Oseeofa Events TUESDAY Junior cliuinbcr of Commerce eeting at the' grade .school with uperintendcnt Prank Banders as uest speaker. WEDNESDAY Mrs. C. W. Watson hostess to two- tablc brldije ehib with 1 o'clock ancheon. Dr. Campbell to Speak At Fellowship Banquet Dr. R. C. Campbell, pastor of the First linplir.t Church of Llttlo Rock, \vill be guest speaker at a fellowship banquet tomorrow night al I-irst Baptist Clnirch here. The biinriuct is sponsored by the Brotherhood and the Woman's Missionary Society. Osccofo News Young People Conduct Services ot Half Moon Tlie Youth Fellowship of the Loin Oak. Methodist. Church was in charge of yesterday morning's service, at Half Moon Methodist Church. The Rev. C. I.. Robinson is pastor of both Churches. Tqmmie Robertson and Mrs. Orrin 'Alexander sang a duet, "Ivory Palaces" and others participating on the program were Joe T. Robertson, Jean Harris, Harold Robertson, Lois' J*ieldi, Carl Robertson, Lena Baily, Margery Robertson and Bonnie 'Alexander. S«rrice» at the Lone oak ivfetho- dist'Church w«re conducted by P T. Cooley and James L. Verhoeff laymen from the First Methodist Church, Blythevllle. ; NOTICE NOW AVAILABLE 1 at your Grocery and Cafe Clover Forms Sealtest Milk & Dairy Products Gr»de "A" Pasteurized You've Tried th« Reel Now Try the Best! Call for SeaHeat Milk DrtT«r«d FRESH D»ily Eo>t ArfcaMOi Milk Co, • SIM Pacific- Are. \nn Weedman Honored In prcpnration [or Religious Em- linsis Week scheduled Oct. (1-0 al Texas Stale Cnllepc for Women. ")ciUon, VjJss Anne Wcednun. nughtur of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Weedman of Blytlieviile. IKI.S been ppointed chairman nf tho Seminar iinnittee. A sophomore journalism major. IJss WecKlman is also president of Mpha Iximbdn ncltn honorary raternity and a counselor. Read Courier Nc\vs Want Arts. Mi'. :\ml Mrs. James \V. CJUDP- boll of St. Louis, Mo., were tlic ', ] Ihis ueckenil of Mr. Campbell's moilicr. Mrs. Madeline Cump- ucll, anil (iraiulmolher. -yV's. Iiet\ !•'. FinnniKan. Mis. M.try Cliiy Jlnshey nntl mother. Mrs. J. II. Lovcwcll, spent ! the wceV'.cntt with their daughter :nul j;rail<!fliiut;lltcr, Mrs. J. L;\n \\'il!i:iiii.s, nnd fiitnily in Jones- Ijoro. James Bunn Jr., nnd Miss Marion Eyoc of Fayetteville. visUcil Mr. Dunn's mother. Mrs. Jim Bunu. li\s[ work. Thoy nre lx>tV\ .students nt Ihe University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Ayres have i-t!tui netl home after a Soulh- im wedding trin. Mrs. Paul Harris, of San Antoni.x. Tex., arrived Friday to lie the houseguest of her cousin, Mrs. S. M. Hodges and family. Miss Betsy Covingtou. who recently enrolled in tlie freshman Mr. and daughters, Belly. Evelyn, and Mis. Lmiene Cudc and her two children, spenl the weekend In nonoMian. Mcx. as gucsUs of LM ( V. Tonilinson's sister, \rrs. T. J. Howard. an<l Mr. Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Bailey and family have (is their suest this week, her mother, Mrs, A. J. Hickard or crossvlllc. Mil.; .They also had as guests over the weekend Mrs. Bailey's brother. Carroll Rickard. Mrs. Uickard and 'family from Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. A. St. Lawrence of Los Anyeles, Calif., who are visiL- in|? her mother, Mrs. Bertie Hawks and family, returned this morning from St. Louis. Mo., where they have spent'the past few days. They recently returned from New Britain, Conn,, where they visited his parents and other relatives. \(|r. and Mrs. John R. W.ill and daughters of Twist were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bnuv.Cy nnd daughter of Twist were week I id guests of Mrs. Wall tin<l Mrs. Brawley's mother, Mrs. J. T, Ashley. Georgia. Plying in Mr. Navion, they went to New Orleans Gnlfpoit, Atlanta and Mobile. On rclurnint! here they called Airway Traffic Control in Memphis to re lay here a request tlmt" the flel lights be turned on. Airport off! chils today recommended such procedure for pilots, landing l>ert at night and said such request would be accomodateci. Eddie Rcgenold made several cross-country hops last we«k in -his Cessna 14ft Trtey included Boyd Tomlihsmf "fliBhts to Driver and* to hi* gin at' Morehoiise, Mo. He and Ernest Halsell also flew to Little Rock last week. L. S. Hnrtzog, B. G. Grant, Dr. L. P. Drownson and C. B. Woods flew to Cincinnati last week In Mr. Tlartxog's Bellnnca. A new Belliinca. crusair wxs de- Hvercd Saturday to C. B. Woods. It, was flown here from Newcastle, Del., liy George Coles. of its color, the new craft has been tagged the "Green Hornet." Transient pilots who landed here during the past week included: B. J. Bozeman of Morgan City. La., Stinson; Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Goodall of Spanish, N. D.. Piper Cruiser; George Coles of Newcastle. Del.. Bellanca, Horace Scrape of Memphis. Luscornbe; L. P. Archer Manila News Mrs. John Giles of Hornersville, Mo., spent last week as guest of r daughter, Mrs. Ernest Giles. Mrs. W. E. Jackson has returned to her home af.ler a two-week tour of the. South. She was accompaniet ay 'the Rev. and Mrs. W. E. McGa- liaghi of Cota-evllle, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Harmon of Des Moines, Iowa, were the yue of .Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Harmon few clays lust wee'K.. Corp. Neal Sliedd, who has beei stationed with the U. S. Army u Washington, Va., for several months has returned home. He expects t receive his discharge within a few wee^s. Herman Vastbinder has left fo Korfolk, Va., where he will be sla tloned with tin- U. S. Navy. ' Mrs. Joe Osborne is spending three weeks as guest of her parents. M and Mrs. Tom Stewart of Deland Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Steele and soi Tommy, spent yesterday in Litt! Rock, • - . Mr. and Mrs. B..A. McCann have returned home after spending several months in Ellingsburg, Wash. 1 ST. UOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Sept. 9. lUP) —cUSDA) — Livestock: Hogs 10,400; salable 10.COO; fairly active. 180 to 270 Ibs 25c higher than Friday. Over 270 Ibs and sows 25 to fiO:- hiyhcr. nO-lb.s clown. loslly, steady. 180-270 Ibs $28,50«,7S: lop $28.75. 280-310 tbs.. $28.258.50; 160-170 Ibs., S27.25-2775; 133- r iO Ibs 24.75-21; 100-123 Ibs S21.75- 4; good and choice sows 450 Ibs own, 25.25-27; heavier weights 23- Aflft. Stags $15-18.50; boars $13- 5.SO. Cattle 11,SOD; salable 9,503; calves 1,503 all salable. Liberal supply of :attle includes about 105 cars of itecrs, which were from Southwest ranees. Quality mostly common and * COATS if SUITS ^'DRESSES Sizes 2-6x All Vr Price TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nt) St. Phone 2,'!08 Read Courier News Want Ads. of Newport, Piper Cub; A. W. Alexander of Paragould. Ercoupe; Fred F. KinsUjn of Oklahoma City, Ckla.', Bonanza; D. A. Collins of Louisville, Ky., Taylorcraft. Sam Owens and Lloyd Kolwyck flew to Sheffield. Ala., in Ihe Hood Flying Service's piper Cruiser las week. W. H. Ynrbrough was the pilot. Major Charles A, Hidings ot Birmingham, Ala., landed here yesterday in a AT-ii. An Army Air Forces pilot. Major Ridings Ls also connected with the Civil AJr Patrol ucdium. Cows making up about 1-2 of supply. Generally bidding sharp- y and unevenly lower on steers heilers and cows. Very little done week's decline. Pew aood sausage Bulls opened steady, with last bulls to $17.50; mostly $17-17.25 bulls scarce. Fev. 1 xood suu.sng< bulls to $17.50; mostly $17-17.25; bee bulls scarce. Vealer.s, steady. Goo^ and choice. $24-2»; common anc miidiuin $ia-23; culls $8-11. Wen and Women Over 40! WHY GET UP NIGHTS DUE TO KIDNEYS? • Many folki 40 and over have to get up pighti—hava frequent desire to pass water — hava backaches, too, because of minor functional kidney disorders. U this is your trouble, fliuh out your kidneys anil bleddar with. Dr. Kilmet'a Swamp-Root. It quickly works to increas* th» fioiv of urine, help relieve excess acidity, And eaw burning icnsation . . . hclpt bladder irritation that gets you up nights. Swamp-Root is truly natuic'a own way to relief. Millions have taken it for thr«* l*nerationi . . . often with wonderful x*> aultt. Caution: Take as directed. For free triol supply, write Dept, Kilmer b Co., Inc., Box 125S, Stamford, Conn. Or — Ret fuU-»iied bottlo ol 6w«mp-Root today mt your drugstore* Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 1:30 fJ Last Time Today it Happened in Brooklyn with Tnuik Sinatr;i :md Kathryn Gruyson Paramount News anil Short Also Shorts Continuous Showing nvcrj- T)n Wednesday class at Vanderbilt University, Nashville. Tenn.. has pledged to 1'i Bin Phi Sorority. Unker Springfield Jr.. left this week to enroll in Baylor School for . .Boys at Chattanooga, Tenn. Waller Cox returned lo his home Friday, from the Baptist Hospital, Memphis, where he has been a patient Ilio pasl ten days. His condition is .satisfactory. Treat Your Car to Skilled SERVICE Weak,Watery Blood Blamed for Making Men and Women Look and Feel Older THAN TIEII YEARS How ilo you feel &t the end of M day? I Is that old time pep *nd drive lacking 1 ? Have you chccfccd-up on. your blood strength lately? Thousands now regaining glowing good looks and vitality ihrougH the release of vibrant energy to every rmiscle, fibre, cell. Every day—every hour—millions of tiny red-blood-cells must pour forth from the marrow of your bones to replace those that fttc worn-out. A low Mood count may affect you In several k viays: no appetite.underweight, no ener- * fty, a general run-down condition, lack of resistance to Infection nnd disease, To pet relief yon miut keep up your blood strength. Mtdlcul Authorities, by finnlysLs of the blood, have by positive proof shown that 333 Tonic Is Amazingly eircctlx-e In building up low blood strength In non-organic nutrl- ( tloiml anemia. This Is due to the SSS < Tonic forrmila which contains spec!*! and potent activating inRr«dlcnt*. Also, SSS Tonic helps you «njoy the food you eat by Increasing the gA&lrtc rtlgesllvc Juice when It Ifi non-org*nl- cnlly too littlcorscnnty—thus thftntom- nch win have little cause to get balky \\-i\\\ gas. bloat and give on that sour food taste. jtXm't wait! Energlz* yoxir body with ach, red-blood. Start on SSS Tonic now, As vigorous blood surges throughout your whole body, pwdtcr freshness and strength should make you ent txtter, sleep bettor. fe«l t«tter, worX b*tt*r t play better, have * healthy color glow In your ,%kin—firm firth mi out hollow places. Millions of bottles sold. Get i bottle from your drug (tor*. SSS 'Ccnlc *• Bullrt Sturdy Health. ? Expert Nash service is now available for all make car*. This means that your car—no matter what make it may be—can now receive the benefit of the experience of our skilled mechanics who work with the late*t tools and equipment to give fast, efficient service on all jobs. Make it a habit to treat your car to the best in service—skilled Nash Service. SHELTON MOTOR COMPANY 119 W. Ash Phon. 4438 Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Kvcrj'day COMING SOON TO THE KIT/ THEATRE THE KARMKU'S DAUGHTi:]: with Lorctla Youn^ uml Josepli Colten MY FAVORITE I1RIJXKTTK willi Bob Hope nnd Dorothv I.nrnonr SINBAD THE SAII.Oli willi DOUK- las Fairbanks, Jr.. and .Maureen O'Hara HENRY KING AND HIS ORCHESTRA WITH A HOST OF STARS ALL IN PERSON 'Cotton Ball' FairgroinulK Exhibit Building Get 2, 1947 j A Feature of NATIONAL COTTON PICKING CONTEST Tickets On Sale At Kirby Drug Store BlytheviUe Box Office Opens at 1:03 ji T». Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:90; Stx.-t.-i 1:16 Conllnvona Shows Sat. and SHD< Barctlm Ni«ht Even Night Except Satarrtay N-> pa*t<x henorrd on Kundar it Sunday ant! Monday Love Laughs at Andy Hardy with MifkRy Uoonc.v and floiiila Crninville Fox News and Sclcrtrd Short Tuesday Wednesday * OCMtOTM Y 7 IAMO U R * i;^^RAY,I^IUANO "

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