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SATURDAY, JANUARY <1, I'M? X*'. BLYTHUVILMS (AUK.) COUU1EU NKWS Mary Virginia, Reichel ! Engaged to E. M. Terry Mr. and Mrs. Frederick GuMav ncichel announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Mary Virginia ncichel. to E. M. Terry Jr., son of Mrs. E. M. Terry and lUe late Mr. Terry. The wedding will be solcmiil/.efl HV the early Spring, ffcinic announcement, Is' of wi;l<; interest in tills section. The brids- elcct was graduated from Blyliie- villc High School before entering Mary Washington College. Fieci- ericksburg. Va.. and later traiis- fcrring to University of. Arkans.'.s Fayetlcville. She will graduate from the university next month with a jnajor in journalism. Active in extra-curricula groups, she is a member of Chi Omega, national , social .sorority; Kup,>a Pi, national art, honorary fraternity; pi Kappa, national wonvni's journalistic sorority, and Gamma Delta, national fraternity of Lutheran Church students. Ilccipient of numerous honors included serving as associate editor o[ Ihe college yearbook -"J'.'ic lla-itorback" last year. Mr. Terry attended pro ".civiol al Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Tenn.. before graduating from Hlythcvillc High School. He began his college work r,t, 7fendrix. al Conway, and was Graduated frnm University of Missouri's School of Journalism in I January, 1043, shortly before en- | tering the Anny. When In college, lie became a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, national social fraternity, and a member of Hig- ma Delta Chi, national journalistic fraternity. In service three years, he v/as U'O years with the Artillery in tho Puropean Theater of Operations. Following his discharge,, r.e became associated with his brother James Terry, in operation of Terrs- Abstract and Realty Company, founded by their father. Active in civic affairs, he served as public director of the 1046 Ni<- tional Cotton Picking coiuesi, sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Mavy Gladys Cate s Wed To Charles Billmgsly Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Cates announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Mary Gladys Gates, to Chavles Billingsly, son o[ Mr. and Mrs. Billingsly n f Luxora. The wedding was solemnized Dec. 21. Mr. 'Billingsly and his bride are making their home, here for" the present while the bride is employed at Woods Drug Store and the bridegroom in Osceola. For the double ring service, Mr. and Mrs. I. Karelin served as matron of honor and best man. The bride wore a tailored suit of blue wool with brown- acc'es- € rics and she carried a bouquet or nk roses. Mrs. Hai-din wore a dark blue crepe frcck with black accessories and a corsage of pink roses. •~ ~ * Jolly Eighl Club Meets Mrs. Neville H. Blakemorc was hostess Thursday afternoon to the Jolly Eight Club. In the card sanies. Mrs. Grovcv Wren won high score and Mrs. G. W. Goforth. second, while Mrs. niakcmore received (.he rooko [i ward. A salad plate late afternoon. .Attractive Local Girl Engaged Bits of News A Sprin; wedding of much interest will be solemnized lure ; when Miss Mary Hcichel becomes the bride (if E. in the l£a M. Terry Anita Cowan Marries Horace M. Mooring Miss Avu'.i i!:th Couai; daughter of Mr. and Mrs H. W. Cowan of Boulder City. Ncv.. became the bride of Horace M. Moore_ sou ot Mr. and Mrs. !I. 11. Mooring u Lcachvillc. Tile ceremony was soiemnizcd Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at, Methodist Church in Mar.il.i by the Hcv. F. M. Sweet, uncle of the bride. . -Mrs. Orin Green, org-.ndst., ai'.d Mrs. W. E. LawnrjM!. vocalist. ga''e a program of prcmiprial music os the guests asscmlilrd. Miss Peggy Downing, maid of honor wore a two piece dress of was served in the History of Dress Studied by Group ^Tlie history of dress, through the ^0*s. was the theme of a talk by Miss Pandora Whilworth Tucsdav nipht for Ihe Alpha Alpha ChnpuM- of Beta Sigma Phi which met in tnc club room of City Hall. The chapter is lo receive a Rifl nf an initiation service of a decor.-uivc bowl and candle holders, from the national group for having obtained its (tuota in new pledges, it was announced by Mrs. Ted Lyster, vice president, who presided." Juanita Buck to Wed Donald F. DcLong Mr. and Mr.s. David A. Buck, of Lcachvillc, announce tho engagement of their daughter. Miss 'jau- nila Buck, to Donald F. DcLonu, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lehman H. I)c Long of Woodbury. N. J. Plans for the wedding are to be announced later. The bride-elect was graduated from Manila High School with the ciass of 1015 receiving the highest honor as valedictorian. She later enrolled and graduated from Ijtaighn's Business College. Mem- pJKs, Tenn. Following her graduation from business college in March of last year. Miss Buck was employed in ihe Manila school system and worked a coordinator for the Veteran Administration until September 1 at which time she en- rollr<i at the University of Arkan- i-ensas. FiiyctSeville, which she is attending. Mr. DcLong \\as reared in Wood- hnr.v, N'. j.. and was graduated from high school Ihcre. Following high school graduation, he entered Georgia Toch. Atlanta. Ga.. and is a member of the A. S. if. E. He fcrved with the V. S. Navy from July 1, inw until June- 28. IfMG, during which lime he received liis commission.as Ensign. Mr. Delxmg is no'v al Georgia Tech and will receive nis Bachelor of Sc-ien t; In iiitvhanical cngincr-ring in March. beige wool crepe with a fitted jacket, full sleeves and skirt. Her flowers were a coi'sage of yellow rosebuds. The bride, given In marri;"'.:.? by her uncle. Max R. Langc of Boulder City, Nev.. wore a two piece suit of j'ziire blue sheer wool crepe. The jacket was fitted and a huge bow of ; the same material created a bustle i effect in back. She wore a small j brown hat with the bow design rn- .' per.tcd in the back. Her only ornaments wore a ruby pendant, wedding gift of the bride groom ant tiny pearl errings, which belongec to her maternal grandmother, Mrs, John Rundberg. Her corsngc was of purple-throated orchids and she rarrieri a white prayer bonk, topped by a white bow from which fell a shower of satin ribbon streamers looped with tiny clusters of stcph- anotis. ..Wyatt Harold Mooring of Jonesboro served as his brother's best man,, John R. Cowan and Frank Sweet. Jr., brother and cousin of the bride served as ushers and lighted the candies prior to the ceremony. Immediately following the ceremony the Rev .and Mrs. F. M. Course India Is Theme For Study Of Presbyterians That strange land of India, as it is today in slowly changing from the olel India, will be the subject studied by First Presbyterian Church members for the 1947 foreign missions theme. Diverting from tho usual custom of having the Woman's Auxiliary members study foreign missions and the pastor preach a Sunday morning sermon on the subject, the plan this yenr is to have the family share in the actual study. "Family Night" will be observed lor the first study Wednesday night, in the soL'ial room of the church, when parents and their children wilt gather for stmpor and a motion picture film. Each family is to contribute a disii for the buffet affair, to begin at 6:45 o'clock. The 30-minllte sound film "Wheels Gver Indiu", has been widely acclaimed v, hen shown on similar u'.o'-inuns, it was announced by Mrs. Harvev T. Kidd who, as foreign missions secretary, is iti charge of the program sponsored bv the Woman's Auxiliary. An offering taken will go to foreign missions. With an aim to acei':aint local PrcFbytorinns with another foreign countrv the church, is attempting to christianize, the study course will be carried enit each Wednesday night during tile month of January, instead of the usual MidWcek prayer service. Leachville Man Weds Former Jonesboro Girl Mi« Polly Aim Stewart, who al- tcncls Arkansas- State College al Junesboro. has returned to school after visiting her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Bryant slewint. Bryant SU'wuH Jr.. an engineering student at Arkansas State Joncsbm'o, spent the holidays will: his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. nrynnt Stewart. Mrs. It. s. Mod, pioneer resid-.-n 1 of lilytheville. Is seriously III a' lilylheville Hospital. Mnry Beth Miirr. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jnhn Mnrr, is undcrgotns treatment at Walls llospilnl. Maureen Neirris will reHurn tr, morrow In Nashville. Tenn.. where she attends St. Cecilia Academy nfli-r spending llu> holidays vvltl her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S:imiii> I' 1 . Norrl.s who will motor h.v ti Memphis. They will be accompany by Misses Frances and Palm-!: IJanehower of Osccola, also student there. Mr. inul Mrs. Ira Walters .iiv daughter, Patricia Jean, hnve re turned from 1'lne llluir where tho spent the holidays with rclatlvis and in Dallas, where they aUendc the Cutton Bowl game. Harry A. Haines left yesterd:i for University of North 'carolhit Chnpel Hill, after spending the hoi days with his parents. Mr. nnd Mr Harry W. Huines. Mrs. li. I). Wilson will go to Chi cagu lomorreiw, by plane, for . i -o\ oral elii.vs visit with friends. SI will be accompanied by her d.uiBl tor. Miss Mary Emily Wilson o Memphis, who will spend t.inigl here prior l;> their departure u morrow from Memphis. Charles Cri|;gor III and John F lisgcnold left Thursday night f. Venice. Fla., where they will spe: tin' next Ihren months at the Mir Winter school home of Kcntuck Military Institute, where they students. They will return homo fi Spring vacation before going to near Louisville, where the school will be in session remainder of the term, They spent tin- holidays with thi.-lr parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigger and Mr. and Mrs. IS. M. Rcge- nolil. Mr. Regenold took them to Mcmphif. Mrs. T. J. Miilinn and daugliters. Mrs. W. B. Tanner and Mrs. Margaret Mnhan Bell, and her daut-h- tcr. Betsy, returned yesterday afternoon from several days slay in Princeton. Ky., where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chnmblin nnd sons, Jay and Jell, have return-id lo Fuyetlcvillc where Mr. Chainbrin is a student at University of Aikim- sas. They spent Ihe holidays wllh Mr. Chamblin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Chamblin. Lieut, and Mrs. David Boon-; of Sun Luis Obispo. Calif., are guests of his mother. Mrs. Annie Boono. They will be here until tornomw. E. L. Crouch Jr.. will leave '.his afternoon lor Washington. D. C. after spending three weeks vu,:a- tion will) his parents. Mr. and Mis. E. L. Crouch. He is employed as a slatistical clerk in Ihc Dcpai'i- I inent of Agriculture nnd also al- j lends night sessions of the Agricultural Graduate School. Don ChambUn will return tomorrow to Fayctleville. wher^ he attends University of Arkamns, after spending tho holidays with his pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Chamblin. PAGE THREE Coming Events MONDAY Uike street Methodist Church's /Oman Society of Christian aer- Ice meeting at church, 2:30 p.m., or business session. First Christian Cluirch's Mis.slon- ry .Study Group of Woman's meelliiK '2:W p.m.. ul home f Mrs. it. I,. Dedninn and Mrs. 1. O. Wcstbrook. Woman's Society e>f Christian •rvlcc, First Methodist Church, fellii" ut church. 2:30 pin., for nstullalloii of officers. Wc.sleyan Service Guild. First >1ellx>di.st Church, meeting n p.m.. t home of Mrs. M. S. Kdwnrds ''Hi Mrs. Maude Melton cu-hos- ess TUESDAY Mrs. Doyle Henderson entcrtaln- iR Tuosday Bridge Club. Chorui Society meeting Woman's lub. 'l-.'M p.m WEDNESDAY Fium'ly Nishl simper jii Fir-.', 'i'csbyleiliin Church, (ii'lj p.m., fur csihuiui" of foreign mission sludv on Indiii. Mis. Charles Rose hostess lo Wednesday Bridge club. Chapter D, PEO Sisterhood en- rlaliiliiK Chapter N will) luncheon meeting, i p.,,,.. llt home cil Mrs. W. M. Williams. Sudbury r»TA ine«tln K at school THURSDAY City Council of lictn Stgmu l-h mcellni,' at chib room of City Hall 7:M p.m. Mrs. c. A. Cunningham rnter- lainlnj; Midweek llridKe Club. J»Uy Elsht Club ineetlnn with Mr.v Grovcr Wren. Mis I'. 1>. 1-vj.stcr hostess U> Thursduy Contract club. FRIDAY C. 11. C. Club meeting wilh Mrs D. Smith. I I.AT i.AKi; a Hay 1,. Mi'I.esli'i, 1'astor I'lvachlnii Hi'i vices. !l:ao u.ni. .Sunday Sdioul, 10:^0 a,in, rini.Misi:i> LAND .MivriioDisi' Hay 1,. .Mvl.i'.ster. pastor •Simdiiy Ki'htuii. 1U a.m. 1'rrai'hiiH; .ScrvUi-s, 11 a in. Yuuth Fellowship. 0:;tl) p.m. 'iitsT riii;siivTi-itiAN* t:niiiu'ii ILu-vi-y T. Kldil, [laslur Kmulay .S>'!ii)i>l, 11.-I5 a.m. Communion .Sunday, 11:00 run. ..Junior Choir. li:UI p.m. .'in|',[M'r lor Yniinu People, C:-)5 p, m, Srrvice. 1:;)0 p.m, nionelay llinirel. 4 >:M p.m, I'riiyer Meelini:. (i:-lr> p.m. Choir UcliiMisal, (1:10 p.m. CIIKISTIAN Sl'lllKCI-. SiatVH'I.S WnniLin's Cliiblniusc, 111(1 \V. Main "dod" is the MibjiM-l ol the l.v.ssiin - Ki'i'iimn which will be rend In all fhurrhrr, and Hut-hlli's of the Church <if Christ. Scientist, (i ldi'ii -ivxl t:i: "llrar, O e Lord our Clud Is one I.AKi: S'lHKKl' .Mi.nionisr C'liviicii lU-v. H. if. Illcvins, pastor Church school, 9:50 n.m. Mornlni; Worship, 10:50 n.m. I'lvcnliij; worship, 7;30 pm. Methodist Youth Fellowship, 0 p.in, Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, t \>.m. FUI.I, COSI-KI, TABKKNACI.E I). K. Harmon, pastor Sunday .School. n:io n.m. Mornlnt; Worship, It a.m. Youiiit People, D'-ln |: in. Kvenhijj Worshlji, 1:30 p.m. FIIIST CIIUIST1AN CIIUKCH It, S. llalnl, p.islor Bible Kclieiol, 0:J5 a.m. Murnliii! Worship, 10:50 n.m. Kvenlhu Trriliiliig (or nil "S 1 croups, 0:30 p.m, Evening Worship, 7;30 p.m. riusT CIUIHCH ()!'' '1'IIK NA'/.AISKNE I'. ^V. N'ash, puslor Sunday Kchool, si:(T> a.m. Morning Worship. II n.m. YUIIIIK 1'eople's mcellni,', 7:15 Kvcnlng Worship, t) o'clock, p.m. Wednesday pruycr services, Alpha Delt,, chapter of i)el:i ijignin Phi being entertained a-;to P.m. at club room of city Hail bv Mrs. Andrew Mo.sses. ItAl'IIST l.illv ..lir.'l II. II. lilriKn,.. !>;istnr Kchiiol, ii:in a.m. : Worship, 10:61) a.m. lniin-, Union, (i::iu i>.sn. \\'(iij 1 hl]i, 7:30 p.m. RITZ THEATRE Sunday & Monday Special Edition Paramount Newa featuring A Graphic Story of Nations, Civilization and Life in our time. It carries a message that must be impressed on the minds of all. 7:30 CHURCH NEWS BAPTIST CiniKCH Wlilnut at liichlli y.. C. BruH-ii, iKistor Sunday .School, !):•!(] a.m. Morning Worship. 10:r>!> H..H. Hapllst Training Union, 0:^0 p,iu Evening Worship Service, 7-:in p.m. TKMPI.K ISltAKI, Dr. Alfred Vise, Kablil Woman's Chili Sunelay School, 1:30 p.m. Services. 3:00 p.m. Mrs. Pauline Slalton of YAKBKO METHODIST Cllllliril Kay t. Mcl.cslcr, iniMur- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Preaching Services. 7 p.m. This hour will bring the beginning of a five session study the "Christiiin-s Religion and'Mo- tive," continuing through Thursday night. IJAI'TIST CIUJRCII . [Muslim, pastur .School, 10 H.LII. Worship, 11 n.m. Triilnlnu Unlnn, 1 p.m. Hvrnlni; Korvlix 1 , 'I:'M p.m. Wedncsdiiy night priiyer service, 7 p.m. riltST .MIVIUDDIST rillllUMI Alli-n I). Slrn'url, I'ii.stur .siii'.diiy Ki'liool, !!:'l. r > a.m. MornliiK Wurshl]), 10:00 n.m. Sei- nuuk b v piti.toi'. lOvenlni: Worship. 7::iO p.m. Choir rchriirsiil. 7::i(l ]i.iu. Wcd- nr.sdiiy. .lunlur 1'Yllowshlp, '.t:-['i p.m.. Fri- dny. ASSEMIII.Y Ol' <;()!> CIIUKCH l,.t'. ll-unst 1 )-, pastur Hnndav School, n^ITi n.m. Mornlm; Wo'Vililp, II a.m. Christ Ainbiissailor services, C:W p.m. Children's church, (i:;{fl p.m. KvaiiBcllstli: Service, 1:30 p.m. GATEWAY TAHKHNACU: Howard Street Itcv. I.. (I. linrah, pasldr Church service. 9;4n n.m. Kvcning Worshl]). 7:3() a.m. Church service, Wednesday Friday, 7:30 p.m. ST. MATTHEWS CIIUKCH Osmilll Itcv. 1!. Fennels McDrvIll, imstnr Itcv. I'nul Iliijarskl, assistant [la.stur Sunday Musses, si a. in. ciumcu OK TIII: IM.MA( tll.ATi; t'ONCKl'TION Kcv. II. frauds MfDcvKt, (lastor Ue-v. Paul Ilujarski, assistant pasten .Sunday Masses 7::iO and 10:30 p.m. Weekday Masses. I) p.m. CHURCH OK ciinisr K. W. Slovall, luxlor Rundiiy School, 9:fi[) a.m. Worship Service, 10:50 a.m. Kvcnlnti .Service, n p.m. I'll.HIM I.UTHKHAN CliimCIl nib and Walnut Hobert JiieKcr, pastor Ili'shlnm-i-: til[| K'nrlh rifth rhunc 2101 Sunday .Scluml, 10 a.tu. Worship Hen-lee, II a.m. NUMIIICIl NINE HAI'TIST CIIUKCH Ilim-iird II. King, pastur Sunday .School. !):45 n.m . Mornliii; Worship. 11 a.m. Trnlnli'.i; Union, •; p.m. levelling Worshl]), 8 p.m.* Wednesday, prayer, meeting, P.m. . ft Continuous Slio\vs ICvci'v Day .' ":' l!ox Office OpciiK 1 :-15 Show SlnrlK 2:00 l.tSTKN TO KLC'N X:no a.m. n:K p.m. 4::jO p.m. Saturday Song of Arizona ilth liny IttiKi'rs and Dale I!vai)3 KiTliil: "llnji Hairlsan" Nr>. g Selected Sl»irl Subjects Ciint'd Shews Sai. 13:30-11:30 At The Hospitals Sweet. Sr.. entertained with a vc-j Jollc ; bovo aml j o!lll D . giatton of i Admitted: BIythcvillo Hospital ception at their home for members I of the wedding parties and the families. Mr. and Mrs. Mooring left immediately after the reception for a wedding trip to Memphis and other points south. Upon their return they will make their home in Joncsboro. The bride, until three years ago. had always lived in Manila when she moved to Nevada with her parents. She is a graduate of the Manila High School and received her later education at Arkansas State College in Joncsboro. and the University of Colorado at. Boulder Colo. She is a member of Beta Sigma Phi. 1 Mr. Mooring, who attended Arkansas State College in Joncsboro. sci ved as a lieutenant in the armed forces in Germany. Wanda Lee King Wed To Willis Stutts J Roseville. Calif., announce the mar- j Mrs. Carlcton James, city. j riagc of Ihcir daughter. Miss Caro- j M'*- '?• S. Molt. oily. Ivn Marjoric Slattou. of Washing- Mrs ' Lncile Smith. IU. 1, ton. D. C.. and Franklin J. Walls, | Jilnlcs »• "oyd. pity, also Of Washington. ! " :>lls Hospital Miss Wanda Lcc King, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. If. L. King, ana Willis Stntt-s. son of Mrs. b. M. Stutts nil of Manila, were married Wednesday. Jan. I. at the home of the brides parents. Tlic ring ceremony was read by the Rev. C. J. Rushing. The bride wore a green \ve;ol dressmaker suit with black accessories and a corsage of a, single orchid. She was attended by Miss W.incia Hovticr. Miss Peggy Gunlcr auct Mra. Donald Vfach. The bridegroom was attended by Donald Vcach. Mrs, Slutls was valedictorian ot the W'\G graduating class of liic ^fanila lli'gh School and since thnt! time has served as secretary to W.' W. Fowler, superintendent of the Manila School. Mr. Slutls also attended Manila High School and was graduated with the 1040 class. The youiiif coniile left tmme.il- , atcly after Ihc wrddlnc ceronn.'iy 'for a honoymutm Ivip, Tlicy w.ii Mr. Wnlls is thr son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy J. Walls of Lenchville. The ceremony v.'as solemnized Dec. 28 at the bride's home in ! Washington, by the Hev. EdwartT i Hughes Priulon. pastor of First Baptist Church there. j Miss Cecilc Bowman and Louis Lenders served as attendants. Mrs. walls is a graduate of Joncsboro Hi^h School and was connected with the sterling Store in Joncsboro, before going to Washington where she has been employed inr four years. Mr. Walls was tfraduateel from Manila High Kr.hool and was employed by (lie Federal Bureau of Investigation in Washington milII he enlisted in the United States Maritime Service. Graduating!, from the Merchant Marine Academy nt King's Point. N. .. he served in the Atlantic. Pacific, and Mediterranean Theatres and was disctmrued in March. 1D-1G. He has resumed his position wilh Ihc p. B. ]. and is also attending Benjamin Franklin University in Washington. | make their home at, I where Mr. Stutts will In farming. and Admitted: Mary Beth Marr, cilv. Mrs. C. W. Glenn, city. Mrs. E. S. Muntcr, Caruthcrsvillc. Missouri. Mrs. B. w! Watkins. Steete, Mo. H. W. Watkins. stecle. Mo. Mrs. A. U. Hudiiiiis, Luxora. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wanner. Manila, a son yesterday. Dismissed: Mrs. J. E. Pcrmenter l.uxora. J. D. Groi-an. Holland, Mo. Mis. C. A. Stewart and baby, t'tjr- lai!eville. Mo. Mrs. Raymond Smith, Manila Franklin Smith, Manila. Ruth Tidsaeie. Sikeston, Mo Wanda liowpn. city. Memphis Mclhmlisl He>s|)il;.l Born lo Mr. and Mrs. V O Garrett. Hayti, MO.. „ son. Memphis Mrl.cmorc Clinic Mrs. C.illy Wright, Joiner. STARTING MONDAY, JAN. 6th OUR WINTER CLASSES WILL RESUME PIANO ©RGAN VOICE THEORY HARMONY RHYTHM CLASSES FOR PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN FOWLSTON ' SCHOOL OF MUSIC STARTS RELIEF IN OUST 6 SECONDS 1'aramnunt News & Shorts Cont'il Shnws Bun. t:15-ll: ,\( < 'i!i:i>rfi<:i> ny AKKA.VSAS si ATI: TI-:ACMI:KS ASSOCIATION 1'liiino 201!) lln.x OfTice Opens G:I3 Salurtlay. <)|irns Sunday 1:00; Starts I:IS <'ntitinuoiis Shows Sal. and Sun. Harcain Nifihl Kvery Nifiht Kxerpl No passes honored un Sunday at the Ko\y. Saturrtiiy Ai'-^ST.WHH There's llcauty for You al THK HKAUTY CLINIC 1st Nal'l. Bank I»| ( | K . IMioilc r,i7l Blythcville's Baby Headquarters! The.. Tot Shop PERMANENTS Oil of Tulijiwood S8.50 Marrcllina Crcme $8.50 Hclcne Curtis Colrt Waves Hermetic Cosmetics The Beauty Bar Phone 3202 Glencoe Hotel cm: us THIS DAV . . . OUK DAII.V HUI:AI> For brci'.d the merchant, labors IOIIB and late; For bread the bce^ar goes from gale to gate. For bread the sailor loses hearth nnd noine, A thousand, thousand miles brcrxl-scekcrs roam. For bread nre weddings made nnd sermons said; Of all good things, the first and best is bread. —By Arthur Cluitcnnan BUY.. Serial: "Scarlet Horseman" anil Sheirt Nu. 8 Conl'il Shows Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday and Monday I.DDNNE-BUYER- "TOGETHER * AGAIN" Fo* News and Selected Short Conllmious Show Sun. 1:15-11:0*

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