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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 9, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIKR NEWS Phone luncheon is Given •••;•- For P. E.O. Chapter ';' fc» • - ' • '' '• •*'-. -n- - ; ^--« A floral arrangement of w£ dahlia. 1m th* warm ol. autumn centered the table Jnrai which luncheon wa« (erred y to 17 cieinberi of Chapter . DP P. ' E." O, sisterhood, when Mrs. W. Marlon Williams and Mr?. Walker Baker entertained yeaterday at the William* home on West Main Street. Por the program afterward; a constitutional quiz was conducted by Mr*. C. W. Af flick. Mrs. •£. R. Lancashire introduced the program schedule of the year. The organi- sation will study prominent women lii various fields this year. " A feature of the meeting wa? a abower for young William ,worth- ipgton Carl ton, adopted last week by Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Carlton. ; Mrs. M. O. T/srey, president, conducted the business session. » _ * • • Mexico U Discussed At| Baptist Meeting IThe Mexicans and their religion were discussed at the business and pj-ogram meeting of circles Seven and Eight of the Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist dhurch Tuesday night when Mrs. W. J. Rogers was hostess to 18 Biembers of the circles. t Taking part on the program were Mrs. Charles Evatu, Mrs B Vf. Woolen, Mrs. J V. Goff and Ifri. I. R. VsnPHtten. • Special music was presented by U4*s Blllle Jane Rogers and Miss Marion Maycs. who sang "'Ncath TS»t Old Olive. TreeV, and >Mrs. Marlon William, gave the devotional" taken from.: the 'third and [og^th chapter, of Rtvelatloiii. Al- Bo-J»klng part at the meting were Mps Pearl 'Ke and Mi« Minnie Brjfwn. 22 - y •,'•.*- CJjbClub Entertained \, Party at-MerhpH TJVe . members x>f . Blythevllle'i cqp ; .Club were ^entertained . In Mettphis yesterday afternoon \' a't th£ home of Mrs. W. C. Phelan it ^6SZ Arlington -Aye. ; fitrs. • E.- C. Young ; of Memphis w ai|ii> guest other' than club -mem-. bem.y,.. . - •;••*?:>',• • '•'.- '•• . ' Ib*. A. A. Hardy won high score tni ' Mrs. Lendennle Fowler won high. Roako went to Mrs.' , Hardy. •' .' > : : •. ••••'• • •/ e- .hostess' served Italian* spa' with a aalad and coffee. home was decorated with ! colors' of roses. . • ' * • - * .. * - : ' • ' " k: Robinson ' **';.-' ' ' . ' . .' ' 1 •ttits Mary Adah Robinson was hottess Tuseday night to mem- betH'bf the 1* Nueve Club'. "'":.' .During the games Mrs. John Thomas won high score and second high went to Mrs. Anita Fnye Beck.;*.. , -. ., ,. •• .-.- ••••.• : v' •.-.. . ISM, liomef wasvaUri|<!UYP 1 y,'i'' < * e < »ifted^wlth 'potted piiihtt/'N > ' ' A' sandwich plate . with ' Iced Irinta ; w*« served."--T^ ' *' . -*' ' + . "' '. MtXy! Caudill Hostess Club Members -'• message. ...... Mrs. Ralph Berryman, director of music In the grade schools, presented a musical skit, assisted by students ,of Mrs. B. F. Fry and Mrs. W. E. Wade's fifth grades. In the attendance count, prize, were won by ,Mrs. J. O. Trlesch- inann's Mrs. Fry's and Miss Mary Kubler's rooms. During the business meeting the group decided that October would be membership month. Calvary Baptists Announce Church School Officers New officer, for Calvary Baptist Church viCre announced today by the liev. P. H. Jernigun, unstor, following their selection at a meeting last night. Mis. R. o. Belknap will Mrve as church clerk and Mr. Belknap ns. treasurer while Mrs. - Mildred Trail will bo pianist; Freeman Jernl^nn, chorister and Miss I Lunalord, church secretary. Trustees will be Harry BurneU, O. W. Uavls and J. P. Hocott nn'd serving on the building committee will be P. H. Jcrnlgan, and R. Sanders,, who also will serve as a board member. Ushers will be Vernon Boyd, Edgar King. Roy Smith, Curtis Cole, Wallace Norman and William Haynes. Mr. Boyd will serve »s Sunday Bchool superlntondent and Jim England as his assistant while Mrs, William Hayncs wns nnmctl Sunday School secretary and Miss Cleo Bradley, her nsstatnnt. Other Sunday School officers ami workers named were the following: Adult-'Department, Henry Mr.- Cnln, superintendent; Miss Lunsford, H. B. Joyner, Mrs. p. H. Jernlgan'. Mi's, Mabel Lunsford and Mrs. Belxnap. Young People's Department, Mrit. BcuEah Lloyd, superintendent; Henry Berry niul Mrs. J. M. Ross, Intermediate Department, Mrs. Effic Gllsson, superintendent; Mrs. IjCe Powell, Miss Clara Belle Kenton. John Sparks. Charles IJpford. teon Robertson, Miss Luclnda Cole Hubert Polsgrove. Miss Vernel! O'NeaL and Mrs John Sparks. Junior Department, Mrs. Jim England, superintendent; Mrs. A D. Priest, Mrs. o. W. Davis, Miss Marie Burnish, Mr. Burnett, Mis? Mrs, P. W. Turrentlne was the set- Evelyn Tomllnson, Miss Jean Nor- tlng for two tables or club mem* man and Miss Lnvenlc Burnett bers nnd one Biicst, Mrs. Herbert 1'rlnmry Department, Mrs. Leland Halloween Carnival Planned at PTA Meeting OSCEOLA. Oct. 8.—The annual Halloween Carnival for Osccola schools were discussed by fnembers of the Parent-Teacher Association at a meeting yeslerdny nt the ele- mcnlai'j' school., The 110 members present voted to hold the queen's contest for the grade school only. The three names receiving the highest number of votes will be candidates for the contest. AHer students vole on these names on the morning of the carnival, the candidate receiving the most votes will be named queen and tue two remaining candidates will be her i;,aids. She will be crowned on Carnival night. Members also discussed ticket sales, programs, shows nnd conces- E. Moore was program sions. Mrs. B. leader, with Miss Marnsuerlte Reid, a member of the high school faculty, conducting the study course on "Suppose They Don't Like School." Also taking pnrt were Mra. C. L. Moore, Miss Mary Lou Connell and Frank Sanders. ; ^ Club is Entertained By Mrs. Turrentine OSCEOLA, Oct. 9.—The home, of Bits of News The son born to Mr. and Mr». Harvey Dorris Friday at WalU Hospital has bee^i named Jerry Wayne.- Mrs. Dorris Is the Jormer Miss Lottie Mllllgan, daughter of Mrs. L. D. Summers of Newport. Major and Mrs. tail of l^eavenworth, Kails., ale the guest* this week of E. J. Heaton and Mr*. Heaton. Major Ross has been In the service for 27 years and r»- cenlly retired. The Heatons abso have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Trost and baby, Carolyn, and Mrs. Joseph 'Trost Sr., of Troy, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnett, of Blythevllle and Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Smith of O«ceola spent yesterday In Slkeston, Mo. Mrs. James Barksdale and children, Shirley, James Bryan and Susan, will leave tomorrow for Vlcksburg, Miss., dhere they will spend the weekend as guests of her mother and brothers, Mrs, Ella Worthy and Vlrell and Robert worthy. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klrby have as their guest for a few days Mrs. Klrby's sister, Mrs. J. B. Williams of Dallas, Tex. Condition of Mrs. Bill Harding, who Is a patient at Blythevllle Hospital is much improved today. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logan have returned from Maridian, Miss,, where they were called because of the illness of Mrs. Logan's mother, Mrs. A. L. Slclebottom. Mrs. Jesse White and Mrs, Tim Estes will attend the County Council meeting of the Parent-Teacher Association nt Dyess tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moore nnd Mrs. John Ounter of Lunbock, Tex., left thi.s morning to return to their home after visiting with Mrs, Moore nnd Mrs. Gunter's pnrenls, Mr. and Mrs. Joe ElWns, for the past week. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1947 New Feminine Head Gear Seems Certain to Tickle the Eyeftalls PARIS (UP) — Some Ptris hats I his aeuon would knock your «vt out. Models aC Pierre Balmaln's, for example, are especially designed to llckle your fancy, or your eyeball. The haU are blcorns, like those Napoleon used to wear except Instead of locking tideways the corns are turned fore and »ft, Sticking out of the front corn U a long an<l dangerously pointed feather. For cocktails the single feather Ix replaced by a horizontal ahelf of paradise feathers on a round hat designed to shade the eyes ptobably. No matter what the Paris hat is, or where the feather may be, the millinery business in Paris Is boom- Ing. One American buyer bought 160 models within a week. Lulse Brooks, another American buyer In hats, uld the American woman cannot Ignore -'hyi' trends In headgear over here. • "Tlie mo«t Interestin'r'thing I've seen," Mis* Brooks said, "was 'the pillbox worn well dqwh'on'fhe head, and even cutting 1 'ih^ 'forehead; which Pauletle featured '' H '' "This will be bit; news ior the American woman, 'w'her'tor year» ha« worn things on Hie back of her head." ' ' ' :••-.•• The big trend,'according to ex- perls, in Parts hats Is Die' move 10- wKrdi »mallnes!. ,,.•• •• . - -> The new little had -are designed to make tht head look small, anri often are a-orn towards the from. They are not the "doll'< hat which was the leader with American women so many years, nor are they beanies (small caps on the back'of the head). They are not turbans or berets either. Iran's Strqngmarf Premier Wins Support- for His Reform Program Slilpjien, when she entertained', at bridge yesterday afternoon; , '".:. ' Mrs. Joe Cullom Jr., of Wilson held, high score and Mrs. Melvln Speck won secod prized • Concluding the games the hostess served party foods and Iced drinks. Decorations for the-occasion-were attractive arrangements of-retl aiid yellow i-oses, and pink spider lllllcs In tall vases. •;."',.'.', Clubs Honored With .Receptibril 300 Are Hn. G. O. Caudill was hos- ; yesterday to the Town and Country Club there ' were Ihree rueSu other than :members. They . Keif Mri. Murray Smart. Mrs. Rus'- Bllj Greenway and Mrs. . Marvin luim. High KOIC during the garnet went B Mrv Caudill and Mn. P. D. Fosler ST., won second. htie hostess seri'ed refreshmenU idd the home was decorated with •jly Pall flcnrers.and roses. * »•'•»• Urs. Baker Speaks [t> Parents, Teachers kirs. L. E. Baker was guest speak- r* at yesterday's meeling ol th« hidbury , Parent-Teacher Assocla- .,.»*».-• •»' subject was "Why Chill*n Dtallke School." . ', J£ra.:'B- B. Stout gave the devo- tanal and read the president's OSCEOLA, Oct. 9— One Tot the outstanding social events ol the season was last night's reception honoring the Rev. and Mrs} Russell T. Chibb, given by members "'o't. the First Bnplist Church. The 300 guests who called at the Clubb home, 525 Pecan St., to .welcome the new paMor an lly included nilnlstcii i of many clenoml Mr. Clnbb, who assumed his duties »s pastor ot the Osceola Church Sunday, formerly was pasldr of the First Baptist Church at Clyde. Texas. ... Receiving guests were the guests of honor; Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Slier, Hodue. superintendent; M. E. At- (nwny, Mrs. Cnrra Prultt, Miss O'Neal, Mrs. J. p. Hocott and Miss Jeanotte Mlchncl, Deglnncr's Department, Mrs. Vernon noyd, superintendent; Mrs. John Holmos, Mrs. Cecil Jackson antl Mrs. Leon nobcrUon. Cradle Roll Department, Mrs Henry Berry, Mrs. B. L. Vastbtnder, Mrs. Fred Hodge, Mrs. Attnway, Mrs. Preston Thorno. Extension Department, Miss Briidlcy, suiwrinten- dcnt; and S. D. McCice. In the Training Union Department, Mr Berry will be director, Jclv Holmes, assistant director, and Miss Lunsford, secretary, other workers will be Mrs. H. B. Joyner, Mrs. Trail, Mrs. Burnrtt, Mrs. Lee Powell, Miss Cole, Mis. Gllsson, .Mr. England, Mrs. Prultt, Mrs uovey McCain, Mrs, Orover Rambo, Mrs. Cecil Jackson, Miss Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hodge. Girl'Scout Area To Be Organized In S. E. Missouri CARUTEIERSVILLE. Mo., Oct. ». — Following a meeting of local . . _. men and women at the Cirane Mr. and Mrs. V. Q. Mann and-. Mrs. School here to hear Miss Mary A. F. Qloscoe June neilly of" Kansas City. Nation- Throughout the home were arran- al Survey Officer of Cllrl Scouts, gemdits of pink and red radiance i a move Is underway today in roses in tall vases, luv: crystal bowls Ptmlscot and Dimklln counties and and wicker baskets. ... . . j the Southern part of New Madrid The refreshment table wns draped County to form a Girl Scout Arei with t lace clolhe and centered a spokesman oj the CinithersvUlfl with «. silver bowl of lilies dispersed group said today with greenery. Tall white tapers in silver candelabra burned at each end ot .the table. Refreshments were served by Miss Mrtry Ann Bradshaw, Miss Billic Oaincs Mann, Miss Lola Moore,.Miss Ann White and June Rose Roberts. Thoy wore formats in pastel shades. Delegates Chosen To Attend Meeting In Capital City Delegates to attend the Fall Con- Necessary steps prior to'formatlon call for 'raising runils to provide for a paid executive and the fonnn- llon of-eight committees As soon as portions of New Madrid and Dunklln counties have been contacted and their reaction- to the proposed plan evaluated another meeting is to be held with Miss Rcilly later this month.- Various civic and community clubs of Cariithcrsvllle have led the way In proposing, and proffered sponsorship of the movement. In- At The Hospitals BLYTJIEVIIXE HOSPITAL Admitted!" Kcnnclh Collies, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Bill Hardtn, city. Bobby Jo Dennis, Cooler, Mo. lissed: W. VV. MoNelll, city. Mrs. Leroy French and baby, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Hobby Nowlin, Manila. Mrs, T. L. Byars and bnby, Steele. Ray Sexton, Rte. 2, city. McLEMORE CLINIC Dismissed: Robert Wright. Joiner. BAPTIST HOSPITAL' Dismissed: John Crosskno, city. Coming Events Social Calendar ., THURSDAY Jayceltes — Jaycee Club room. 8 p.m.'.','• .">}'. • I FRIDAY Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority—Miss June Gosnell, 2:30 p.m., model meeting. Dorcas Sunday School Class ol First Baptist Church — 2:30 p.m., at the churcli with Mrs. R. L. Reeder and Mrs. C. P. Tucker as hostesses. Civic Calendar JWDAY Football Senior High Clucks vs. Pine BtuH here. Junior High Paps vs Jone»boro there. Osceoio Events FRIDAY Two-Table Bridge Club — Mrs. Sam Hodges. Osceola Seminoles vi Earle — Earle. eluding Rotary. Kiwants. SeMo Club, and B. and P. W. Club. Meetings By ROBKRT MILLER (United Press Staff Correspondent) TEHRAN, Iron, Oct. 8. (Correct) —Ahmad Ghavatn, Iran's 73-year- old strongman premier, said today • thiil the overwhelming vote of confidence the majlls (parliament) gave ' him was for hl.s reform program | and did not indicate approval ol his tentative oil deal with Russia, j "I must present my report on the i oil negotiations with the Soviets to parliament and it will be left to them for decision," he said In an I interview. j Speaking In a confident arawi and ' fingering his amber "tasbl"—con- versation beads—he said he would not try to influence the deputies in their decision. "In democratic countries deputies are free to express their opinions," lie said. "My duty Is merely to lire- sent the report and await the de> cislon taken by the deputies." He said Iran did not expect Russia to change her "friendly attitude which she has always shown toward us" if the majlis failed to rat-1 ify the agreement, which he made with the Soviet hi the spring of 194.6, With a wry smile, he said he did not believe the Russians would use this as a pretestt-for disrupting relations. When asked whether his country would accept Invasion by a superior power or fight In the hope Iran's allies or the United Nations would come to its rescue, he started toy- Ing wllh his conversation bends. Then he ( answcred knowingly: "I do not think such an invasion can take place." ; He said no decision on possible revision of British oil contracts could be taken before "a fuller study of the question had been made." ftoufid-tfM.Wor/d flitrt Dodge Pacific Typhoon Rlugllng family In three gehcri Hie two diminutive planes landed - , , .„ ,„ lt here at 7:30 p.m. after making show when she took a «o-a"wM bare headway a««ln.t «-mlle-an. Job In a rldlnj act. hour winds. The he»dwlnd« came in the wake of a typhoon which Anioy, where their flying *°ee\x hour'Vrwnd vefoci^y 7 °- mll<y> -'">- "'And"bTg"top rumors had It-thi .,, .' " "^ C tne P air °' ^'formers would k Evans said both he an Truman wed before the show open* i £1 Kp , tnelr rou * h n 'Bht three-day run in New Orleuu U T^fu' = , y , P " to take off '<"• morrow. In spite of the hurried at Tokyo Saturday, •- Osceo/a News D. s. Crane, David S. Laney and Lloyd Godley " lott thk . week for Little Rock to Join aov. Ben Lciney's. party, . which will go to Wester, Colo,, for ' feh'-days Elk hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butler Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butler S.. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coleman were among those who attended the Arkansas and Texas Christaln University game in Fayettevllle. Miss Betty Semmes. a student at the University of.. Arkansas, Fay- eltcville. spent several days this week with her grandmother, Mrs. J. P. Semmes, and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hum, Mrs S. L. Gladlsh.y and -Mrs-'.C. E'. Sullcnger were". Memphis ^visitors this week ' .*. L .V Miss June RhcVstds Welbbrn has returned from ' Jacksoft, Tenn , where she was the - housegiiest of Mrs. James R. Janrell. Miss Mary--Lyfprd of Helena.:is the guest- of -her^auht, Mrs.'CA.Cs. Rogers, ,and Mr.>l»:.'.w'eek'.' Mr. and . Mrs. 'Spinceirvypyiver have M their guest their daughter. Mrs. M. ,K. Kline, of' SedRr'r J'alls, Circus Romance Runs Into Wall Of Deep Silence ALEXANDRIA, La., oct 9 CUP> — It looked today as If the marriage of circus Heiress Mabel Rlngling and'Elephant Trainer Richard Durant was off — temporarily, at least. They told newsmen through a circus press agent that, the present status of the big event is "no go, no marriage no statements, no story." ' Tli e romance of pretty 23-year- old Mabel and her elephant-trainer pearance o! Mabel's mother froj.' her Montana ranch. • W Mrs. John Haley, the helre** tiother. Is said to oppene the raatri' nd reportedly has put a atrlct'cen sorship veil over Ihe marriage plan! PIHWORM5 ventlon of the American Legion ; a cat underneath the floor of each Ohckasawba Lodge 134 F and A M will meet tonight In the Masonic Hall nt 7:30 p.m. in regular communication. By order of Max It once wns customary to null Parks, Worshipful Master. | Trade Barriers Within Europe Held Impractical i WASHINGTON, Oct. 9, <ijp)_ Undersecretary of. state William L. Clayton said loday he believed a resumption of trade between Rusr ;n- doniinated Eastern Europe and the countries of Western Europe was logical and Inevitable. Regardless of political considerations and. Soviet Russia's attitude, Clayton told a news conference he. believed there could be no economic barrier between Eastern Europe and the nations of ,' cs t- erji:Europe.. In stating these views. Clayton accepted the theory of the IS nations which met at Paris and blueprinted their needs under the Mnrshall plan. The Western Euro- peAn" nations had reported that their needs _were based on the assumption that trad e would be resumed between the East and VVest Read Courier News Want Adi. Chest Colds To help relieve conges- NOTICE NOW AVAILABLE at your Grocery and Cafe Clover Farms Sealreir Milk & Dairy Products Grade "A" Pasteurized You've Tried the Rest Now Try. the Best! Call for Sealtest Milk Delivered, FRESH Daily East Arkansai Milk Co. 3133 Pacific Ave. Memphis, Tenn. Iowa. Mrs. Milton Jones, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cleni Bowen, the past month, left today from Memphis by plane for her new homt in Baltimore, Md. J. P. Hale, who has been critically ill at the Memphis Methodist Hospital, Is improved but his condition still- remains serious. .Mrs. Lucille Moore, who underwent a minor operation in the Ear, Eye and Nose Hospital Monday, has returned home. Her condllion is satisfactory. PARKER 11" THE WORLD'S MOST . WANTED PEN PARKER "51" PEN & PENCIL SETS : An ideal j gift for th« = student or 1 executive. EASY TERMS Fitzpatrick's Jewelry Store Auxiliary in IJUle Rock on Oct. 16 j new house were chosen Tuesday night at a! luck, business and program meeting at the Rut. The delegates will bo Mrs. Marvin Lane. Mrs. N. J. Humphreys, Mrs. E. W. Burks. Mrs. Ben Club,'Mrs. C. 6. Baggett and Mrs. Ed. Cook. The group also decided (o buy Hippies for the Pall sale and voted o send S4G to Little Rock's Veter- Hospital for a special party for he patients there. Mrs. Edna Rus- eli gave a report on the consess- on that they had during the Dist- ict Fair here. Miss Barbara Motmghan present- In Prance, for good How To Relieve Bronchitis Creomulslori relieves promptly because it goes right to the scat of the trouble to help looeeik and fecpel germ laden phlegm, ana aid nature to soothe, and heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous mem- anted by Mrs. Lani The table from Reed. to have your money Sict which Supper fDCJ p \killlCIS%k.l was served was centered with a V* KEUMU LdIO N JUST RECEIVED! No. 1 Holland Grown Bulbs HYACINTHS, TULIPS KING ALFRED JONQUILS Hyacinths and Tulips in all Colors! NOW IS THE IDEAL TIME FOR PLANTING THESE BULBS. The FLOWER SHOP GUneot.Horel Bldg. Phone 4491 wi Select the STORE... '.well as the DIAMOND >!tlt care . . . There are two ways to purchase • diamond. One w*y to know diamond* thorou|hly. The othtr way ii to know your jeweler welt. You're lute of makini • tound diamond inveitmenl by dealing with a store, such •« this, that h*i a long, respected record for ouUtanding diamond value*. *100 GUARDS' JEWELRY STORE For\all your vsatking hours boy friend hM been getting ma attention thsn the c lrcu» since tl« obtained a Louisiana' m»rrl»te I "»nse In Shreveport Sept. 22 lions to actually perform In tfc She zald in Houston Tuesday thi 'everyone thinks we will be mw led la Lake Charles because II For shopping, for tcfiool, for tolling, for doling .Connie Scalowagt 01» equolly at home Of rich brawn alligator groined calf with crisply squared extension iol«. Wonderful in red or black, loo...ot wen in Charm. $7.98 Blytheuille, Arkansas 60! NewTrwtanMt CMs Real RtsaHt Don't M roar chM mffrr lh» Ummt d Pln-Woraal Todv. tlunki to » >McU| m«dk«lJr rtoxsiied dnm. « hltblr •»•• lire tre4UMnt hu be»n mub poilitik. • So wiich for th« warnfov ilciw. mem ei.Ur lh« nnlwrrmMlllc nct«l Itck. (U JATNI'I F.W riiht «w«7 «™1 f»lk>w tM dir«thii»..TIicK>n>«U, niy-to-Ulte UbMt w«re devdop«d after y««r» of patient r* x«rc1> In the labormtoripi of Dr. D. Jnit * Son to act ia A xoecial nay to ctiuoH Pin-Worm*. If> MJT to naHmbu : r^W for Pil-Worni ,-WEAK cranky 'every month'? Are you troubled by dlatrei* ot> female functional periodic dlr.iurb- anccs? Does this make you fe*l «a tired, hlgh-atrung, nervous —Rt such times? Then DO try Lydla E, Pinkham'* Vegetable Compound torellcvi auch symptoms! Plny.h»m'« Com* pound U miete especially /pr women, It also h&s what Doctors call ft stomachic tonic ertect! Any drugstore HYDIA L PINKHHWS , ¥EttI ' ld Conlmuous bnows • Everj' 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 Thursday and Friday MIGHTY DRAMA1 -'•'MATCHLESS jftOMANCII WSSBS MUARA BARRY SimCHITZGERAlO «nd o Coir of Thouwndi Selected Short* Box Office Opens 6:30; -: Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00;. Starts 1:11 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday »t the Rovy Thursday and Friday Coming to the GEM THEATRE* Sal. and Sun! .Oct. 11-12 Blyriievilie, Ark. Conl'd Shews Sat. 12:90 to 11:3* Conlin>fl«fc Shit* Bun. lilvll •«• Admission Artalls 25c, Tax Incl. Children »c Oklahoma Raiders with Fnny Knight

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