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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 6, 1947
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TAMC.)' COURIER , OCTOBER «, 194? Emily Wixaon, Society Editor Phone 1101 Juanila Evans To Donald G, Ramsey v < *Mi&s Juanlta EVAIIA of Blythevllle, ..daughter ol E. U Evan* ol Uttle '.Rock, became the bride of Donald ~V. Ramsey, son of the Rev. and Mrs. " l>. C. Ramsey of Blytheville, in a double-ring ceremony solemnized Coming Events Social Calendar , MONDAY ty>y»l Neighbor* of America—Mrs. Pearl Hire*, 1:JO pm. Young Womin'j Auxiliary of First Baptist Church — Mn. C. E. Friday morning at 10 o'clock at the 1 Johnson, 1:30 p.m. home • of Mrs. Dan Robert*, tlie bride's aunt, on Lake-Street. : The Rev. Mr. Ramsey, pastor gf ' the Assembly of God Church, of-: /kiated. ' The bride wore an aqua *ult with blacle accessories and a corsage of j»hUe carnations. Mrs. W. D. Fatten of Clovls, N. M., the former- Miss Stella Evans of BlylhevUle, was her sister'* matron of honor. She wore a dress of black :crepe vrfith notching accessoi-ics and a corsage of pink carnations. Darrell L. Seals served Mr. Ramsey' a& best man. Following a brief wedding trip, the couple will make their home at 620-1S2 Walnut fit. here. * * * George Oakes Ropp ^'Celebrates Birthday George Oakes Ropp celebrated his , 13th birthday with a dance for 75 guests Saturday night at th« Woman's Cluh. In two dance contests, the best TUESDAY Alpha Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi—Mm. T*d Ly«t*r and Mlu Emily Wlxson, hostesses—1:30 p.m. at l>y.ttcr home. 1139 Went Walnut 8t. Iji Nueve Club—Mrs. John Thomas. Circle* Seven and Eight of First B«ptl»t Church—Mr*. W. J. Rogers. Club Eight—Mrs. Charles I*angs- lon. WEDNESDAY Maple Orov* tjemetery Associa- tion—Mrn. John Durhum, 2:30 p.m. Town and Country Club—Mrs. G. O. Caudlll. OBC Cluh—In Memphli at gilfsts of Mrs. W. O. Phelin. Chapter D, P. E. O. sisterhood— Mrs. W. Marlon Williams, Mrs. Walker Baker, at. Williams home, 130« West Main St. THURSDAY Lone Oak Methodist Church — box supper, 7 p.m. Elliott Fletcher Chapter of United Daughter* of the Confederacy—Mrs. Gean Atklnnon. Octette Club—Mr«. Jam«A Hill 'Jitterbugs" were Bufor'd YounR and | Mid-\Ve«k Club ,— Mm. J. Louis Shirley Barksdale and waltzing' Cherry, prize went to Dan Wallace and San-1 FRIDAY dra Lunstord. . i Al|>lia Delta . Chnpler of Beta The cVub was decorated in Hal- [ Sigma Phi sorority—Mi»» June Qos- loween colors. The huge while nell, 2:30 p.m., model meeting. - tiered cake was decorated with or• ange and black jelly beans which '• spiled'"Happy Birthday, Oakle". • It was •lirrounried by smaller cakes " decorated with various Halloween * eandles. --^ Cold drinks were served during .*~ftie evening. ; Chaperones (or the dance were ' ihe host's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ' ftliver Keener, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. 1 .Oakes mid Mrs. Grace Snvder. ; :•: . •'»:.••« : -Recent Bride Honored : ,A l Miscellaneous Party '' OSOEOI^A, Oat. ft-J*»s-s Billy '. >£ain Sheddan cjitertainsd 25 guests -* -Saturday night at a miscellaneous 1 .ahower complimentinR Mrs. Billy ". -Ayres, » recent bride, who was the ', former Miss Helen Parsons, of Mur: freesboro, Ark. ; The Sheddan home at 501 Bait : Bard was the setting lor the party, ; with the hostess' mother, Mrs. W. J. : Eheddan, assisting In receiving -. guests. ; Throughout the party rooms were '. ,fttrarigemeriU. of all-white Mowers ; In 'a bridal motif. In the dining v rooms, where gifts wero displayed. : "waX'a" 'table overlaid with, a lace ; clolH. The centerpiece was a crystal i eprgne filled with while carnations i j and flpcked. gypsophila. with tall I whit* tapers, 'file buffet held a large ! trystal bow'To! carnations Ilanhcd '. pn each side with tajiers in branch- 1 ; «d candle holders. ; Guests were seated at individual ; tables, marked with place cards top- j ped with a carnation, and tied with • satin ribbons, which were given « i favors. < Miss Sliciidan wore a Gilbert ori- I ginal In cerise gaberdine fashioned I with a draped skirt. ; The guest of honor, Mrs. Ayers. ; was dressed in Navy blue suit with "C*hi_e. accesspriM. She wore a cor- of white gardenias which was "gift from the hostess. Dorcas Sunday School Class of First Baptist -Church — 2:30 p.m., at the church with Mrs. R. I,. Reeder and Mrs. C. F. Tncker is hostesses. • Civic CaUndor MONDAY .Junior Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors meeting 7:30 p.m. Sales U>ctur«—8 p.m., High School auditorium. TUESDAY Lion's Club—12:15 p.m. American Uegion, R p.m. American Legion Auxiliary, J WEDNESDAY Klwanls Club—!2:lo p.m. Sudbury P.'r. A. Executive Board —2:30 p.m., followed by P. T. A., 3 p.m. THUDSDAY Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. FRIDAY Football Senior High Ch|cks v«. Pine Bluff here. Junior High 1*ap« rs Jonesboro there. Osceofa fv«nt* TUESDAY Rotary club—Masonic Hull. noon. Progressive Olllb—Mrs. John W, Edrlngton, luncheon, 1 o'clock. WEDNESDAY Parent - Teacher Association — grade school. 2:30 p.m. THURSDAY Two-Table Bridge Club—Mrs. C. . Bowen. Kiwants Cinb—Rrnde school, 1 p.m. FRIDAY Two-Table Bridge Club—Mrs. Sam Hodge- 1 ;. if COATS •••.* SUITS ; ; 3^ DRESSES Sizei 2-6x . All '/a Pric. TOT SHOP H« So. 2nd St Phone 2368 In Stock Today Evinrude Zephyr < ; Thrilling 4-cylinder - p«r: formanct in a molor jusl ; right for average fishing i *nd family boats. Devtl- •• ope 5.4 Q. B. C. Cerlifiwl ' brake H. P. at 4000 R.P.M. Headquarters (OR 1 Outboard Motors Mrs. H. L. Chambers has as her hon.iegue.sfi Dr. and Mrs, Paul Tipton of nycrsburg, Term, Mr. and Mrs. John Fields, who will leave tomorrow morning lor Gainesville, On., to make their hmnc, had as ihcir guests Inst u r cck lier mother, Mrs. Malcolm Vondorau, and Mr. Vonderau of Helena. Mrs. Vonderau, who .s|)ent several clays here, was Joined Friday afternoon by Mr. Bon- &u and they reUirncd home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Frank I*. 'nircK nirivcd Saturday night Irorn Utica, N, Y.. whnrn she spent the Summer months. She is now living in the Nabers apartment at 1026 West Walnut. Mrs. Frank Mryor.s Jr.. and .son, Frnnkie", of Clay Center. Kans., h.wo arrived hern for an extended visit, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McNcill. They tame, especially to be with Mr. McNeilt who suffered » heart attack last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. UeMiel had as Ihelr-Bursts Ihls weekend Mr. j and Mrs. H. I,. Kiicster and family! ol Marlon, Inn., who stopped here en route to Silver City, N. M. Mr. and Mrs. Fdmond R. Eelotp, have as their euesLs this week her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Jones of Fayettevillc, N. C. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bernnrd Orach and Mr. and Mrs. Charles digger had ns their quests this weekend Mrs. Tom Phillips of Mobile. Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Allieri, Taylor have movi-d from 1321 Hi-iun St.. io their home nt 01B W. Ash. which they reccndy purclm.scd and remodeled. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. E. old purchased the Taylor home and plan to move \Mrdnesday. Mr. and MM. .1. P.. Green returned home eYIday alter fin extended visit with their daughter, Mrs. L. A. Moore, and Mr. Moore. In Dallas, Tex., Mr. nnd Mrs. Coorn cnme with them for a \vcekend visit and they returned to Dallas yesterday. Among the many who were. home, over the weekend from Arkansas State College. Jone.sboro. were Miss Barbara Cullison. Miss George Ann Stllwell, Miss Mildred Mcador, Miss Ernestine French and Jerry Morgan. Larry spent today in Little Rock nn business. Mrs. T. J. Mnlinn returned Saturday night from Princeton. Ky., where, she hsa hecn visiting her son, John Mnhan nnd family. She was motored home bv Mr. Mahnn, Edwin Lamb and Sftm Ratcliff, all of Princeton. E. S. Krutx Is undergoing treatment at the Blylhevitle Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stewart ol Arkansas Slate College, Jonesboro, spent the weekend here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Holt and Mr. nnd Mrs. B. F. Stewart. Ted KruU of Little Rock has been the suest of ills mother, Mrs. L, M. Krutz and fjimilv. ' At The Hotpiul* BlATHBVtUJE HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. Mary Jane lUmbo, city. R. J. Hodge, city. E. 8. Knit*, city, Mr*. J. W. Far«on«, Huffman. Jack Dyre, city. Mrs. Graham Ellis, city. Nina Rose Blll*on, Row-land. Dismissed: Clara Jarne*, city. Max Johnson, clly. Ctovls Fowler, Steele, Mo. Marshall Gentry, clly. Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy French, clly, a daughter, yesterday morning WAU,S HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mis, Louis Proctor, city. Hershel McKay, Gosnell. Leroy Magera, Holland, Mo. Betty Lou Tillman, Tomato. Mr.s. S. T. Moore and baby, Lnxora. Mrs. Andy White, Rip. 3, city. Mrs. c. H. Byran, 8t*ele. Shirley Alldcrg, Luxora, BAPTIST HOSPITAL, MemphU Dismissed: Mrs. Elmer Hall, Luxora. Mi'Lr.MORE CLINIC, Memphis Dismissed: Kenneth Sulcer, Joiner. ST. JOSEPH, Mtmphh Dismissed: Mrs. Charles Triend, Joiner. Women BY ItUTH MIU.KTT NKA Sl.ff Writer Sonny said he believed lie would Many Prominent Americans Started Careers as Newsboys WASHINGTON, Oct. 6. (U.P.)— # Ten prominent Americans, who one* delivered newspapers themselves, observed Newspaperboy Day by paying tribute to the na- llon'« "smallest businessmen." Their slatemens appeared In advertisements In several, hundred papers, along with » salute from the American newspaper publish- 1 HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Oct. 8. er« and (he International circu-' (U.P.)— Former Hot Springs May- lallon Managers Associations and ', or Leo P. MuLaughltn and three Hie Trcnsury Department which : oo-dcienlanls were- arraigned In sponsor the annual event. [ Garland Circuit Court this mons- TrlUutes to the newsboys rame ing on charges of bribery and of- Leo Mclaughlin Arraigned in Spa Court for Bribery which U belrnr'observed by proel*- matjon of the President. "All that the handicapped uk is the opportunity to compet* Jor those vacancies In Mississippi Coun- ly offices, stores, shopi, servic* M- tablishmenU and factor)** on equal lorn: with the able-bodied," Walker said. "They do not uk for special privileges, conctstlon* or §ymp»thj; they ask only that employers consider their abilities—not brumh them aside because of physical diMbllitjr." from Charles Luckman, soap man- !lin^. UrC r nn !{ <1 i^vin ° f ri'" Pr<!!l dents Food Saving Committee; flclal misconduct. Judge Maupin Cummlnfis of Fnycltevllle presided after ex- llnlh MnieH Club Officers Named At Burdett* School Glee Chib and Fulur* Hume* cf America officer* have been elected at Burdette School. Virginia Pierce will head the Glee Club nnd Jean McDonald w«« named president of the FHA group. ou , -----cut lawns during the summer and tradition. earn himself some spending money. "Okay." said hlj Dad. pleased at the show of ambition. "I'll set yon up In business wilh a power lawn mower." With a power mower his Dad figured he could do three or four lawns TL day Instead of one. and {: have a nice business for himself. But Sonny was jnsl a kid and, in no time at all, his business wax too big , for him to mitnnge. He would promise lo mow a lawn on a certain day and then lorget, about it. De had so many lawn-mowing Jobs lined up at once, he began to get bored with the whole Idea. and. Instead of doing a good Job, he did a sloppy one. So Sonny ended up his business career wilh a lot ol dissatisfied customers, boredom with his work, an* too much easy money. I.KSSON FOR PARENTS Maybe there's a lesson there for parents svhosc youngsters decide io go into business for themselves. Don't force grown-up plans on them that will make the business too complicated for them to handle. Don't try to MX things so that they do a minimum amount of work for the pay they receive, if foil want the money to mean something to them. Keep an eye on their projects so that they keep their promises to customers and work to the best ot their ability. W. Lucas, D,. III., oov. Thomas K.I Dewey of New York, Men C. Wall-' Rren of Washington, and Earl Wsr- ren of California; Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas. Bas< : hall commissioner A. n, (Happy i J Chandler, and Seymorc Bcrkson.I general manager of the international New Service. [ The Treasury said more than 50,000 nowspapcrboys are In 1101 thrift, clubs, sponsored by a i Treasury committee headed by Howard tV. Stodchlll, business manager of the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. The purpose of the clus is to encourage the boys to buy savings stamps, and many newspapeis award Rddtional stamps to boys j who meet certain savings f-oa!.x Newspaper curriers have a yi'ent Justice Douglas "I am proud that I was one. I count my experience as a oanier for the Daily Republic of Yakima, Wash., as u most valued one." Morse said his experience ns a 12-year-old substitute carrier for the Wisconsin State Journal in Madison was excellent training, Chandler said he learned his first lessons In .thrift while carrying i papers for the Henderson Gleaner in Cory do, Ky. ! 'Like everyone else who started but, as a newsboy, the lewws learned and experienced derived prepared me for my life's work," j Wagner said. j ''These bright-eyed youngsters," i Liic!>nnn said, "so early on their i way toward earning their in the community by thei efforts, arc developing the qualities that have made for America's greatness." It. Brown. Trials of the three co-defciidanis were expected to KCt underway a! > once, but, attorneys for the ex- mayor have said they will ask for. a chance of venue to Mount Ida: in Montgomery County. | The three co-defendants ave to! be called for trial first, with the climax of the case—brewing for nearly a year—promised when the j ex-mayor and deposed Garland: County political kingpin for 20 years faces trial on 15 charges returned by a special grand juiy; early this year. City Attorney Jay Howlnnd was scheduled to face trial first on a bribery charge. Next were Ed Spear, former constable under McLaugh- lln, and George McLnughlln, the former mayor's brother. Young prosecuting Attorney Sidney s, McMath, who led the Garland County. Ols to victory over McLaughiln's old-line political machine, was ready this morning to begin Rowland's trial. Assisting him are N'alhan Schoenfcld and Dave Whitlington. McLaughlin and his associates are being defended by Hot Sprlrgs Attorney c. Floyd Huff. Little Rock Attorney Henry Donhnm and former Garland Prosecutor Cunh RldRway. More than lot) witnesses h^vi: been subpenaed, and the petit jury panel of 21 with an additional 12 alternates was ready to be questioned. McLaughlin has sought unsuccessfully through slate and federal place i c ourts lo have the indictments °_ wri ; .-(unshed and to have the trial in a federal rather than a slate court. Pilot Stalls Plane Long Enough For Cops To Direct Him To Field Louise Overell, 'Bud' Gollum Freed By Jury were also guests when Mrs. Bill ! Dillard entertained four tables of I club members with a dessert bridge i P'riday ni|;ht at her home on East Hnlc Avc. | Mrs. Jones won the hi^h .score, j Mrs. Billy Ayres. the second prize! and Mrs. William Bard Edrington received the low. * *.« .*,.. Decorations for the occasion were 'otheTa'i«"'ch'ib ofrke?s'"wlll be.! ] )ink ro '" 5 n ' ld ™rly Fall flowers In nutumn shades. Mr*. Max Usrey. advlAor. Mr«. Usrey will «rvt a« sponsor of both group*. HALL & REDMAN ^OUTBOARD MOTORS 10 W. Ash St. Phone 2971 Luxora Ntws I^acy D. Powell of Luxorn h»R brcn tslcd on the Honor roll for the sec- Mrs. Dillard Hostess To Bridge Club Members OSCKOLA, Od. d.— Mrs. Millon ! CARTERSVILLE. Ga.. Oct. 6.— Jones of Baltimore, Md.. and Mrs.! (UP)—Until Sunday D. A. Gossett M. K. Kline of Cedar Falls. Iowa, • and N. A. Westbrook were just two ordinary traffic cops, writing tickets for overtime parkevs and. telling confused motorists how to get where they wanted to go. That was bsfore Walter J. Yarbor- oush of Atlanta. Ga., asked them how to gel to the local airport. , It was just about nightfall. OHl- ] plttn tn cers Gossett and Westbrook were ' riding along minding their own business when olit of the sky pops this guy Yarborough. Literally, that is. He just drop.-, to almost tree-top 1 level In his little plant as nifty M .1 I coupe pulling up to a curb. Then 1 he throtteled down the motor anrl called out to the startled cops: i "I'm about out of gas. Where the • heck is yovvc airport. 1 ' ; The officers telephoned the Stale Patrol office and cars loaded with flares dashed for the unllghted Car- lersville Field . Q . ~ l _i' Yarborough made a safe landing UOrters Completed after the nimvay was marked. By .IOIIN VON' I)E| (^United Tress Shifr Correspondent) SANTA ANA. Cnl.. Oct. G. (UP) — Beulah Louise Overell. IB, and George (Bud) Gollum. 21. went their separate ways today, acquitted or murdering her parents and no longer In love. Miss ovenen. with a clenr clfuivt. to the S5DO.OOO cstaie of her nar- enls, Mr. and Mrs. Walter C /-Toll, which she would hsve lost If convicted of murdering them, was at her lawyer's home. Gollurn planned to take a trip. She suici she had nothing she wanted to share with him. when she walked frooi the comt- room, free, late yesterday she was asked if she Intended to marry the bespectacled Navy veteran and medical student with whom she was so much in love when they were arrested six months ago and charged wilh slaying her parents and blowing up the family yacht, to conceal the crime. "No soap." she said. She s|M?nt her first night of Otto Jacobs. She said she didn't freedom at the home of Attorney Gollurn, buv "you Employers Urged To Give Jobs to Disabled Persons Urging employers in this urea to test for themselves the ability and job performance of men and women ulth physical limitations. B. H. Walker, senior counselor of vocational rehabilitation, asserted today that rehabilitated workers nre making good in nil kinds of jobs because they have been especially pvepuved, and placed. Walker made his statement in connection with "National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week" never can tell. We might run a- cro5.s earn other." r Gollum. 21, smiled wanly: "time will tell." he replied to 'questions of whether he wns still in love. A crowd of 5,0(10 set off a wild demonstration yesterday when the .six-man, six-woman jury brought in its verdict. The jury received the case Friday afternoon and deliberated 17'-i hours, counting time out for meals and sleep, before filing back. Into I the little courtroom to free the [ young couple. i Mr. and Mrs. Overell died March IS ahoard their yacht, Mary E., when it was blasted to the bottom ! of Newport Harbor by a mysterious explosion. , Meeting. Bobbye Panky, vice president: Betty Bevlll, secretary-treasurer, and Molly Autry and Betty Easley, reporters. Officers also serving In the FHA i will be Virginia Pierce, vice presi- j The Wcsleyan Service Guild of dent; Betty Easlcy, necretarj". Joyce ! First Methodist Church will race t Reid, treanurer: Molly Autry, re- j tonight at 7:30 o'clock at Ihc home porter; Je«n 8«wyer, parllamen- ! "f Miss Mary Mublcr at 313 Madi- tarlan; Ruth Peterson, »ong leader; ! *"n. All members are urced to he present. It was announced by Miss Eutopln Whltworth, president. For Jeep Firm at Stcete Work has been completed on new ond "mester of the 19«-47 year at | olm rter.s"for Ine"pM{ e "Moto,"co"a"t I bcr ' Maryville College, Maryvllle. Tenn.! <=.--i- •..- . . ' Mr. Powell was graduated from BurdetU School. I Two to three hundred part* of the modern automobile contain rub- Daes Stomach Gas and Bloat Make You Feel Miserable? K .«°! t«« to fco* TV* BIT rrt MMMI "ll«f In rrMlai TOUT ttamaeb from U>u BBTBIH niMnv. It »wSthl» wv: «T«rjtlm. Jooa n,Mn th. Mocuch » TIUI iMtrle ]ul» miMt Bow norm»llT tt> ^J>S k ~ up cerula food r»rtlclw: •!»• t«» food m»y fermt&t. Bour food. Mid Indl- fS 1 "" * "" •" tre^vwn tlr MUM a mor- rr.Uia, Steele. Mo., It was announced today \~ by Ellis Poole, owner and operator. ! east Missouri u dealer Tlie company serves all South- j Willys-Overland "Jeep." for the f — Do you suffer distress from —. FEMALE WEAKN c«i Autbonlte*. la ladepcntftat labor** j lory lea u on human utomacbi, hate by ! poalll»« proof ihon «6»t ss» Tomo U '• amaxtDglj «ff«<tlT« ID LacuKAlne thin I Bow when It u too llttt. or K.n'y due to K non-arcuia itonwh dl.turbunce. ThU u du, to tn* MS Tome i«muj» .. T 01 "*!!" «p«l»l «Bd poUal »cU- ratlnit tn^TMlenu. Al«o. 8SS Tonic hflp. build-up non- ot««nlc. WMik, vittTT Wood ^n milrl- tlonal «nemu-« with * «ood How of imiicaatrlc dlrntlva lulce,plu:( rlchred- bioea youihouid tatbetier.«iccpbeu«r. I«el b»M*t. woti b«lwr. pl, y b«Mr. ATOM punUKInt TouiMlt with ot*r- OOM« or ioda and other alfchllz«ra to COUDUract Raa and bloating when whAt you ao dearly ne*5 u sss Tonic to help jou dlgtM rood tar body attmglh and repair. Don't w »ui join the ^ Ml „, happy people SS3 Tonic ha. helped. Mllllonii ot bottlw no!d. o«t a (>onVs of g»f Jonlc 'rom joiir drvijt «tof« todry. •88 Tonic hilpt Build gtura. Health. With Us Nervous, Highstrung Feelings? AT* you troubled by d[j!re»» of f«- tri*lp runcttoi.Ai monthly disturbances? Dow It msXr you ted *o nfri-otw, cranXy. rrttlru, nrenfe. K bit mcwdy—*t *uch tkmc»? Thrn DO try Lj-dl* K. Pinkhum'R V*c<-tabl« Compound to rrU«vr- snrh svmp- tom»l Women by thp thousAnds have reported reinftrkhble bcticftLs. Pln^chnm 1 * Cotnpoxnul is what Doctors call B ntcrlnr frdaiivc. It hns * grBnd ^ootbiriR rnccL on one of woman's m<m Important organs Tnkcn rrRiilnrly— Pinkham'a Compound helps build up real5t.incft ngalnflteucnGlntrr, i 'A Iwt, oTcnt &!.on\ftchlc toulc! All drugstores. Monthly Female Pains Plnkham's Conipoitnd is rcrv effective to rclitv e monthw crumps. hcRdachf, b&ckftche —when due to [i-.;i! L . functional monthly d:-<LiTDattco5 VEGITABtl, COMPOUND' '3.00 size n mv only '1.95 fhAdfi\VR. totul la f«ti<* away \vliru V*u i^c llii*. hi\'trio;is rmollicnL Gel ymirn todiy snH plvn >onr "kin A!) MT**P branly Vvnefit?. Don't xvail. Sale la«ts only & limited lime. WOOD'S DRUG STORE 221 W. Main Phone 507 Today Washer Mod.l 200C 0N K washer that can bi TWO, Washes cVothcs ant rfi.chfts nt th» flvl- of B HiaL WarlS, Advanc&J lro?*»r \ntntnayte • Foldi to c!o*»t i One touch of R singl* lilies- control and you're Gf.AD- IROXtXXl. No backnchcs ... no prrssins: ilowr ...Glndiron's motor rioos nil the work. Folrfc up ... rolls oasiiy from room bo room. Blan Heath Anlo .u n & Home Supply Wcsl Main SI. t'hnne S2S ^— oisTftus or-— Baby&Cold He Sleep When your child catches cold, rub his little throat, chest and back at bedtime with warming, soothlnt Vicks VapoRub. Its ipeclAl relief-bringing action goei to work Instantly . . . and it keeps working for hourt to relieve distress even while childsleeps! Often by morning the worst miseries ol the cold are gone. Try Itl Be sure you get the one and only . PEERLESS CLEANERS Now Headquarters For Guaranteed • Rug Cleaning • Curtain Cleaning Dial 2433 416 S. Franklin St. and linens are costly now- PROPIR KLIACHINa WIU MAR I THIM LAST FAR LOH*>R V Don't ble»ch th* IURSH WAV with uacontr»B*4 MMcto* An uncontrolled bltich, thatTirt*t in strength, may ciine you to tntrb!t,ich your cottons and linens. This oxidizes fibtic threidi. They weilcen and soon fr»y »ut. iOW /^l Bleach th« GfNTU WAY with Cwitroflfd-Action Pvrwl Fvcry botrlc of PUCCT has th«sioi« srrcn.qth, sJtne correct bleichinjt atfloti. IJicri as directed, Purrx nntr o\cibleichcs. It prori<l«s Conrrollcd Action because ic'» pu- rihed 2nd itabiliied \>j the Incn&l Proccjs, t.vfluiitr with Pur«*. C.'orron'i and linens come out /r«!>i, suin.fice *nA inowf. £*/.y to u<;cf..,no hxder on thin^t thin ordinary wijhin^. At ytitr fnnr'j. PURBX 1I1E CONTKOlltD-ACIION iLEACN • INTLI T* 1 THI PU«|X •HAUTY if tht nmplt. Accidents are never made on profit *harinf b»sii. Dial 2231 For Fr*« Delivery on All I SUpl« tnd Fancy Groceries) Qualify Meais Fresh Fryers (LIT* or Dressed) Freeman & Henley GROCERY 2016 West Mair St. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Shov; Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 1:M «-m- 11:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m.! Lut Tim Tod*r I'll Be Yours 9 with Decniu DorMn and Tom Drak* Paramoimt New* and Shorts Ontlnwu Showing Everyday Tuesday Retoeted. Short Subjects Cnntlnnaoa thawing crerydaj Box Office Opens 8:30; Show SUrts 6:45 1 Opens Snnaa; !:«•; Stalls I'.IS Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain NI»M Kverj Night F.xccpi Saturday Ka pjmu honored on Sunduy at tht Boxy Ltst Time Today Three Wise Fools with Margaret O'Brien and Lionel Barrrmore r«x New» and Selected Short Tuesday and WedncsdaT DOUBLE FEATURE J For Compf«t« Protection Against AH INSURABLl HAZARDS Phone 3545 W. J. POLLARD AGENCY Glencoe Hotel Bldg. 124 W. Ath St. Affairs of Geraldine with Jin* Wither* and Jimmy ^ Coming to th« GEM THEATRE Sit. and Sun. Oct. 11-12 •lythevilte, Ark. C«tt'« MHTW* 1X:M to I1:N Actilto Z5c, Tax Incl. Children »e Oklahoma Raiders

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