The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 16, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 16, 1947
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Bride-To-Be .Honored At A Shower Party Miss Elhcl Goodlier, fiinccc of t. G. Thompson Jr., was complimented with! a~ shower party Tuesday night when Mrs. Gilbert. Hammock entertained at her home In c.irr} 11:15 '- out the kitchen theme, because gifts were lor the kltohen. the hosie.1.; \\-i-f. a. centerpiece cf red npp'.es on a white tray, flauSr, • w!»h whit" candles burning, for .1.*- '"b'.-i where sonic of the sifts <v- ••. ;.r<'a.i|;rd. Others we:< huii; '• i sm u clothesline to i'>.->c- .in :C"-opriate background for the bridc-'o-bc 'as >he cuencd the °;tls. The 12 jjr.cjTis ro:n:>>! a cook oock ot theii 1 favoiite recipes and they also enjoyed a word game of *'Honcyi!ir-cji<." A dessert cO'.:r.->a. was served • » ' • Dr. Vise Guest Speaker At'AAUWMeet Saturday Much interest has been s'.iovn ii the nddiLss "jiveii by Dr. /il f .( I Vise on The Jew In the rosi-W,ii World baturduy afternoon ". n n truest speaker at the meeting of Hie American Association ot University Women. The meeting -,vas h-;d at th-> home of MLss Moiiln Kn-Jlics and ?,!tsi Effic tee Terrell. T)ie 25 prwjnt heard tin rabbi of Temple Israel, who former!..' wa 1 pastor of a rcfn;iiv.'rt .Jewish cliuun, In pennany, t<-II of how the .tow has' inafntalhi'u his ideal it peace and-religious freedom of all>us;i Ihe'wOrshfp of-'onn Ooil. Pointing out thai the .Jew lias done this despite Ihe religious and political- persecution, he clt-rd how his, 'people, in all countries -..nil in all ages, had maintained tins Ideal. In discussing the history of ilic Jews throughout Ihe history of 3MO years, he touched upon the development of Judism in stressing the relifious and cultural contribution to. We' world. The plan and purpose of Uie Zionist Movement was spoken of briefly in conclusion. KSfreshments were 'served during the~£oclal .hour. Christmas Bridal Couple 'Circle Organizations > crfcctcd by Baptists Al|ar Society Elects, s, Plans, for Year Mrs. Jerry poe was elected president^Of the Altar Society of the Church of the Immaculate Con- cepjlon, In .a., meeting Monday afternoon, when plans for the year "wer? made following election . of Officers.'.- Mrs. Foe succeeds Mrs. Dlbjt Roberts. Other officers named were: Mrs. \V. i'-M-.-McKenz|e, secretary mid treasurer; Mrs. Lloyd v. Vise reporter. Assistance !n erection of the new School this year, if materials can oe (Secured,, will be. the project, it was decided by the 18 present.., „ . M'rs.-McKenzic and Mrs. Roberts Were hostesses to the group, mect- iiigC-at the rectory. After the so- ciiiF 1io«iv-the~Rev. -Francis McDevitt dismissed the grouo with prayer. • ;i~"T .!','.•" • "• ' C4vaiy Circles Meet For Study Programs Circles tuc.l.c Missionary nfca,.pt.;;.:x : . v v uv .^ church met Mor.cVi; ,.£-,-,, , 0)J . ;,- r slw!v progr.ims. which iol; vv-u clcvo- lioual periods. . Mrs. p. p. MQC-liec ws: hostess to Circle One .in which Mrs. Dam 11 Iiumford offered prayer Mrs H \V Bajnett gave, ths devotional,' taken frotji Proverbs '5, and Mrs. Doyle Sanders MM the closing prayer. Mrs: ffey Smith conducted. the bur-i- ncsS,.Rpfrr s hmi;nts were served during the social hour Mrs Henry McCain enlcrtnim-d Circle Two when a visitor. Mrs Gci . tnu,e Rjjinbo, ,-ilso attended Pr.v -r by -Mrs. McCain preceded the D n- grani, p.-e-wr-. .e<i by Mrs. Jim Kn-- 1 Mr. and Mrs. 1.0roy Ross are shown nillhiR the take at the reception which followed their nmrriaijc during Ihc holidays MLS Ross was formerly Miss liillic Hawkins. John R. Lonihrrl Weds Millinglon [Resident Announcement hns brcn uiiifJe or Hie marriage of MUs Dollle l!olin of Milllngion, Tonn., to Jnhn RD- <lolph Lamliort, of Blytheville. The marriage vou's were c^- chanwtl Saturday afternoon, (i o'clock, at (lie home of Rev. Ray McLesIrr, pastor of Hie Yarbro- Protnlscd Land Methodist churches. The bride was ntlrmicd by Minx Louise Holliiigsworti, a.s maid ol honor an ( ] ciilvin Hollliigsworth served the bridegroom as best man. The bride wore an altcrnoori frock of royal blue crepe with black accessories and n corsage of Iiink rosea. The maid of honor wore a frock of navy blue crepe with a corsage of pink mirations. Mr. Lambert and hi s bride will leave Saturday for a wcd<li»g tnj> to Florida, which -,vlll take Ihcm along the East Coast to Miami Upon their return they will reside at his home on his farm o;i Highway (it North. Mrs. Lambert is daughter of Mr "lid Mrs. Ect Bonn of Millinatoi! where she attended school. The bridegroom, son of Mr and Mrs. john Roncy Camber! is connected with "fit" Implement, Company, in the Army I wo years lie served with the Artillery'In Italy. Avalon Club Meets The party of Uie Aralon Btnro CJjub was a gay affair Tuesday afternoon with a new mcmbsr ami two guests adding to the occasion when Mr S . R . , v s!lil , nlin , t r _ tamed. Mrs. Pitu] Malion was present R~, a new n;cn:lirr and picsts were Mrs. Reed and Mrs. Buck Roiisli In HIP rard fn:ncs. Mrs. CH-ir"!' Duvali won lirst honors, low pii'j. went lo Mrs. Mahou aim bunco award to (he hostess. Refreshments were served afte-r tho games. Supper Parly Honors New Resident Hcr c Mrs. Melvin Halscll complimeiit- i"l a new residiMit of Hlytheville. M:s. Cirahiim. lale of .Innesbdro. 'I'uesday ni|:la when siie rnlertaiued her La Nenvu Hridk-u Ciub. Instead of Ihe usual afier .supper [>"r(y. she was hostrris (rj a -spa} 1 ,- hclti EUjiprr at ner honu 1 at which the mcir.bers mri the newcomer «!»i nttcndrd Arkansas Slate Col- Icpp wlicn the hostess was a stti- dent ,.iere. Killovvlni: the h.-iduc unint:-,. the players enjoyed , nn re rcfieshincnts of assorted party foods and n beverage. In the sanies. Mrs. Cecil Bran- sou, another guest, won high prize and Miss PiHrk'ia Wise received .second. Mrs. Gnihitm ivtts presented a yill. Baptist YWA Meets Mif.s- Uclly Kinraid wa.s iiostess lo Ihe YWA of Kirst Baptist. Cliurch Tuesday ni^m when the 18 present included one visitor. Mis. Ebb Carson Mrs. Carson was proiu'.im leader of the "l-otlie Moon" .stutly. The hostess, ussistcd by her mo- Iher. :;erve<t rclrcshments before Hie social hour dnrhv; which the home movie of "The Three Bears" was shown by the hostess' brother. Jnnmle Kincaid. . Mrs> Rambi) concluded tl.r ,- . Refreshment!, were served the social hour. Steel Oil Barrel Racks Ally SJZC I. MABRY •123 Watch for Fritzius* *d in tomorrow's COURIER You'll wish you had if you don't! F RIT 7 11 EC IV I I. Mm I \Jt .fe? "Your Blytheyille FicWcres* Dealer" Acrots from Ricc-SHx on West Main -.jition of the .iix circle-; of the Woman's 'Missionary Unioti of First Baplisl Church, for Ihe new year, featured group meetings Mondny afternoon when social hours also were helci, during which refreshments served. Mrs. Marion Williams enleilain- ed Circle One when Miss Cordelia Wilhitc gave the devotional in which Mrs. M. C. Outlaw offered prayer. There were 14 present Circle 'ivo met at ihe hoiji of Mrs. Ilcbert Van Hooser when Mrs. E. P. ulomcyer pave the dc- vntionai, in which Mrs. E c Brown and Mrs. C. K. Johnson' said prayers. There were 12 in attendance. Mrs. J. T. Westbrook entertained Circle Three when Mr.s. D, n Bledsoc conducted tlic devotional dur- IMK which slie an<:< Mrs. llai'ry Frit/ius offercil prayers. Eight attended. The devotional period for Circle?' Pour wo-, conducted )>v Mrs Ebb C'irsnn when the 12 nresont me-t at home nf Mrs. Ted King, Prayers. IK Mr.s. R VV. Wooten. -Mrs R C, Cash and -Mrs. Walter Bishop concluded Ihc meeting. Circle Five was cnlcrliiinbd by Mr.s. Ribnrt L Grimes when nine Attended. -Mrs. Roy Head led tlv , devotional period tlurlim which ; Mrs. 11. K. ninylock and Mrs. Head j said prj-ycrs. Mrs. E. n. Woodson was hostess to Circle Six when 13 attended In tho de.votionnl. led bv Mrs II. II. Brooks. Mrs. E. E, Stevens' Mrs. Tom W. Jackson and Mrs.' Ah'iti Huffman offered prayers. Employes Entertained With Supper Party MJ-. and Mrs. J. T. Stalcup entertained employes of Mr. Stalcu;) at "Charlie's Electric Shop" and Ihc-ir wives with ji party Saturday night when 14 were present. After a steak supper at Camp Mmiltric. the coupler went diincin^. A .Springtime hounuct cf flowers wns the centerpiece for ',:ie supper table. Daughter Bom Today A daughter was born lo Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Rene' Belote. early today at Walls Hospital. The bnby has been named' Rcnee' Jane' for her father auri her paternal, great grandparents. She has a brother. Eilmomt ft. Jr., and a sister. Kalliy May. Young People.Gather, TJ&-,\ At Calvary Church l Tlierc were 90 young people present at Calvary' Baptist church ! Tuesday night for the conclave of i ti-.c Mississippi County Royal Am- •hassadors. These were Irom I churches' nt New Liberty. Number I Nine, Cole Rldsc. Manila, Blytheville First and Calvary churches. Benny Johnson. o f the First church here, In charge or Ihc meeting as president wilh Mrs. Bculah Lloyd, Junior R. A. leader of Calvary church, conducting the (ARK.) COURIER NEWS At The Hospitals Hlythcville Hospital Admitted: Voklon Smith, city. )•' E Oaitn. city. W. n, Nccly, city. •Mrs. Nannie Mae Klcsvart, city. Dismissed' Lynn Whittle, oily. Ali-:c .line M""'ris"Jl, r.ity. Ann Weal, Holland; Mo. Mrs. GarJicld Lewis. Manila. Mrs. nen Dobson :-.nd' baby, city Mrs. Percy Crowe, city. Mrs. Luciip Smith, city'. Hilly' Dale Poe, Roseland. Walls Hospital Ada Ann llowell, Slecle, Mo. Mrs. Peai'l Pitts, Luxora. Mrs. M. C. Goodwin, Lc-panto. 1,. T. Bnonc, Manila. Mrs. John A. Barber. Osccola Mrs. carl Denlon. nt. 2. cily. Afcniplifci Methodist Hospital Admitted: Joel fiinllh. Osceola. Diehard Oainrs. city. Mrs. J. E. Bullock, Osceoln. Memphis llaptist Hospital Admitted: Mr.s. (.;. c. Ross, cariithersvilic, Mo. Memphis Mcl.cmorc Clinic Admitted: Mrs f-'rank dm. Joiner. program. "Why l RoloiiK u> the R.A." was dlsciiRsi-d by Mrs. Raymon,) 13elk- nap, the group snn p the year's sonu "'Hie Kings Busine.ts", prayer was offered by the Rev. Malcolm Kooncc or New Liberty, a s olo "The Oltl Riieged Cross" Was sung by Billy Ilaynes. the devotional was Clveii by CJiarlcs Brtknnp Iron! the I in Psiilm. and the Rev. Howard icing, of Number Nine, closed the program with prayer. Supper preceded the program nt which the new association.-!! mls- siuiar.v, Ihe Rev. n. A. Zimmerman, was a guest. Mary Nunn Excels M Vassar College The excellent record made by Miss Maiv Frances Nunn. when in Blylhpvilie IliRh School, is bc- iiiK continued at Vassal- College Ponnhkccpsie. N. Y.. where she is brainiiinR her junior year's work. Mnjorinfj in electrical enfjineer- IIIK. one of the most Difficult courses in this lop rankinj woman's college of the nation, slie is on Ihe (loan's list, for both Ihe inan and sophomore years work. Her subjects include demonstrative geometry, integral calculus, 'German, electricity and political ^rienco. Snlmnloriiin of tlic Kraduatinj; class here in IR45, she entered Vassur in .September of that year and attended school a part of the past Summer lo make her well nrtvanced in her college work. She recently returned to school after .spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. ant!' Mr.s. Mar- UI^\J:Nnnn r and- family.- • ; * .-... Minnesotans Visit Here En Route to Hot Springs when "noar this part of the country." lliey declare. THURSDAY, JANUARY 1C, 10-17 Chk'kasnwba Blue Lodae 134 will meet at 7:30 tonight in the Masonic 'Hall in special communication lor the entered apprentice I degree, Robert E. Blaylock, sccre- I l.'iry. announced this morning. Hack In Blythcvllle because of _ _ pleasant memories of !J! C town ami. To Confer Dearees its people. Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. '• Roesc of Bcmidjl, Minn., arc guests of Mrs. Cecil Wrolen and family for several days. En route from their home now colt; with Midwinter temperature, to Hot Springs, (hey plan lo enjoy the mild climate of Arkansas ami a course of the mineral water baths, The Hoescs. who own the resort "Shorecrest" at Bemiilji, first came to Blytheville when Iheir tale son «TS stationed, at Blythevillc Army Air Field. Aviation cnlhu.sla.sts/ they came to know local fliers and since have entertained several groups of local men who have made the trip, by air, to Bemidji for fishing and other sports, They made a special trip here foi the National Cotton Picking Contest one year tuut come here Bits of News Mr from she and From Me to You By liAKltV Pit IT/,1 llij J. A. Salibn has returned Wichita Falls. Texas where visited her son, Eddie Saliba family, ^mjjvfri. C. Cunningham Story Dell Student Ranks High At Ark. State Miss Mary Frances Crawford, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Crawford of Dell, not only mticie the honor roll at Arkansas State College. Joncsboro. but was one' of the 13 students milking an "A" hvernge. There were 183 of the 1100 stn- Ocnl.s on the honor roll for the first quarter. i SEf OUR ARRAY Of NfW SPRING STYLES! Black I'nioni. or Calfskin . . . thr latest in nc'.v .'.pring MyJc.s. $4.95 and $5.95 "n Ir'lllliois, l,!;,,.k <„. !, r . 1vvl ,_ •\ vrry nilractive M, 0 c and a'Hifoi-tiiblc ton! SPECIAL. CLEARANCE 1 I'm direr il;iys only «r are offer- 5 i«C a {'leaniiirc mi mlcls and ends < ... values up i,i s:i.oo. > One lot of sh . rs K0 ;11 nn | y s, ( nfl ; One lot of shoes co ;if only ?i.7n i This is your opportunity "i,> e ,.i ] ctmil >iylr in ;, MT j] m .,d c _,!,„,. ; »l a vrrv! price! J 226 W. Main St. Phone 2562 True . ., (A few years ago, a Dnctor friend told me of the following exper- ience—t don't know that there is iiny special moral to the doctor s s-.:.y unless it be that it proves at' the old say- iurr thill "IGNOP/AINCEIS'BLiISS."! HaviiiK just returned, from whai he fervently had hoped, was his i;<st call of the evening, after a busy and tiresome day. the do,-t:>r noting thai it almost ten o'clock, had just relaxed wilh a sigh of henrtfelt contentment .into his favorite cliaif, drawn comfortably near a cheerfully roaring fireplace. His fragrant pipe carefully tamped and evenly aglow: his eyes were dreamily contemplating gracefully leaping flames, while his right hand automatically explored the low coffee table for his evening paper — BAM! BAM! BAM! BAM! BAM! With a groan the (Vector, sill thoughts oi relaxation shattered, recognized Ihe frenzied knock of a frightened parent, or relative, scckinp. his aid. (There is nothim', that dispclls fear and doubt so i quickly—nothing in the wide world Imoic comforting, nothing for whi.-h we arc more grateful, when one of our loved ones lie 1 ; serioicsuly and especially suddenly ill. than the arrival of Ihc unhurried, calm, cool, patient and friendly, family doctor. His very presence, in our helplessness, seems to banish those cold and unreasoning fears that crowd out rc.'i.soti lay cJaminy hands of ice upon our hearts. His very nssu.-a;ice. his air of capableness, his disdain of fear; of the monster tnat is squeezing the very blood from our hearts and making, especially during the lone fear filled hours of iiight. gibbering ic'ots of otherwise sensible folk—yes his very presence is upon such occasions worth morr than we can ever repay, even if he never removed his stethoscope from his bag. or made a diagnosis. It's (PO b:ici' that, we mistreat o'lr doctors, as most of us do. We treat him very mn:'h like wo treat God; we are 'oaerly conscious ol his existence until wo suddenly find that we need him above all others and then, neither Kings nor Presidents. Ecrp?rcrs nor Potentates could replace him nor be. one millionth time so welcome! Bu'. I was going to tell you the story thai Ihe doctor lold me- -). •His visitor was one of his numerous "share-cropper" patients who farmed his forty acres near the little community' of Burdcttc. Arkansas. The father locked worried and frightened—-"It's the baby Doc. (The doctor had given the little fellow ;L helping hand only about three months before as the red and wrinkled little bundle of misery had bravely ftrivcn to crush the gates into this world of unknown equations, in order that he might, nothing daunting, have his try of conquering the liafden- od old sinner; countless millions having prown old amf gray and died before him. millions who had as bravely begun and so ignominiously ended with an expression of bewilderment ho.'ng buried with them as they found that after .. lifetime of fighting, the old world cocked nonchalantly on. with nary a dent lo mark their passing. But again I am reminded that, this is | the doctor's story.) They were scan at the door of the liillc three room tenant house, where, oerore iiir door was npcncd they could hear the pitiful liitle lone-drawn wall of misery. They mother, stopped momentarily, her anguished pacing, n prcat relief replacing the haunting fear in her eyes; her babv clasped lightly to her breast and bundled in numerous cotton receiving blankets; an assortment of faded blues and pinks, i.<\ part of the numerous 'gifts" of ;i "Stork Shower," by her co-child-brrxring neighbors.' given before the event, when some guessed a boy and brought blue, while ollici's IC.SK optimistic or wilh less confidence in her man, had guessed a girl ?nd given pink —This may be all "Greek" to >o«. dear m;i!e reader but (ho ladies will unrlrr.stand I must kceo lo the Victor's story.i Tho doctor to.s.scd a brief nrxl in the .iuc..- <r. -it ;hc •.YJIVT a. caue. In l >' rfa*" r<\:'.-i.-;;! 1 i. hal, crat pud gloves, extracted n I thermometer from a vest pnrkct. I removed it from its case, glanced at. it. expertly shock it twitv, glanced at it again, opened his bag. opened a boltlc. plunger, t.r, thermometer's hul'or-d rnd therein. removed it. wiped it with a pic:e of cotton which appeared as by n conjurer, (the while telling the woman to plo:c the infant upjn the only bed in the room and to remove Us diaper), inserted Hit: I thermometer in the little rectum. I feH of the baby's lummy with b:>th ! hands, explored its back, adji;s(e;l , a slethcscopc. listened quietly over numerous places front .-nrV 'rear— (More conjuring; a flashlight, a reflector and a \vootle.-i tongue depressor appeared! looked into the's throat, il'.i no.-,*', ii's riis. handling it all Ihe while as carelessly us thought it was anyllim*- other than Uic mom precious litlle bundle of misery in all the world, but handled i', nevertheless, gently. (The baby meanwhile was FO amazed at this procedure that it hari for a few moments at least forgotten it's pain and gazed with it's almosi-all-dark-pupii eyes at this saciiligioiis creature who (tared handle- his royal personage so in- diffcrpjitJy.) The doctor tdcii raised first one eye-lid then tile other sinned the light rurily into the eyes, (more magic, the paraphernalia disappeared;) one hand returned again to the region of the tummy while another removed the therniojiiotcr; a glance at it, an<l now both hniKj.i pressed the stomach, with more purpose. Finally Ins right hand straightened a "Slit leg while his left pressed over the region of the appendix- a rather puzzled look appeared in Jus eves « s ac ;oc::eo into tnoso of the iKby railicr accusingly a.s tnoiiish expeci.:n K (he thrce- month's-old to s|»ak up and throw some light on the subject of his pi'zzlemcut. Me then turned to the mother, asked n few questions of a persona! nature, looked again' at th.j jaby; abstractly instructed the mother to replace the diaper and blankets--; made his decision. "This looks like acute appendicitis, he remarked, but a 'hand strayed to his chin and scratched it while the puzzled look remained in -ic uycs. "I am going to leave some olive oil and a liquid to ease ihe JMIJU. (Junior was again expressing himself i,, no uncertain tcrmM -I want you to give him oil of this oil by morning." lie then instructed the mother as to the number of drops of the pain medicine to be administered and "ftn- a few more chin scratching.-; "Have the kir ; ready at eight tomorrow morning. I'll i )e by j,, mv car and if there is no change we'll lake him to the hospital. I expect we'll have lo remove that appendix." A few words of neighborly fossiii and the doctor headcil again towards home, the easy chair, fireplace, pipe and paper. The following morning;—?arnc eight o'clock, came also the doctor in his eav. As he entered the house lie heard only a contented gm-gic and some lamiliar little smacks, us Junior went nonchalantly absiu the all absorbing and pleasant task of getting his breakfast as babies have since time immemorial. All thought of pain was forgotten. Mamma and Pappa were all smiles and bursting with something to tell. Wondcvinaly, the do:tor looked, first at the contented baby and then at the happy parents. "How co:ne?" he asked. Both -Mamma and ra^pa. oegan talking at once "Hey! Wait a minute," demanded the doctor. "Now Mary, you tell me what this is ail about," aiut "John you keep still until she gets through." Words tumbled over words, but /innllv. the doctor made out her ;«iloui:t!ini: talc. It was something liko this: "Oh Doctor, he'll not nerd ;m operation after all. He's —he's 'turning- red) well, tgisglc' he's (The last three momcntrmus words cushed out) he's—PASSED firs APPENDIX!" I For a moment the doctor w; too amazed to do more than look wif^r^^ (M ^.^7^ influence; as though she were th guilty person rather than the un- concr-nieri b.iby.l—"We!l.-fln aver. MnaH ami weak voicc>-he did!' And then throwing all caution I. the winds, "He did so .oo.-tor- In passed his appendix! i know' h, ml Ca ' UriC T SCC " " " llri l Ci " Di<«c it and, well you can sc f« yourself,-he's „,.,«,„ now nl '»e' The t-oclor had lo admit tl ho could sec now nin't hat so fa,. -wmed perfectly normal; bul incredulous and accusing look not 1 "---- '— — do you hls mean ndi: hi Plan lo return Saturday attcriioon frpin Little Rock where they went yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Ford were called to Litlle Rock today because. of the critical illness of Mrs. Ford's lother, Mrs. Frantilc Ron. Mrs. fj. E/ Trowbridge of St. Louis arrived this afternoon, having been called here because of the death of her grandfather, Jame* nobort Ewart. Coming Events FRIDAY C. B. C. Bridge C'.ui) merlin;: wilh Mrs. o. O. Klkins. Pallirinders .Sunday School First Methodist Church, "covered dish" .supper mec church, 7:30 p. m. Class, having ins at There's Beauty for You at THE 1JKAUTY CLINIC Isl Nan. Hank Hldg. I'hune :«?] The Beauty Bar "your -beauty is our duly" Helen Curtis Cold Waves Ocilvic .Sisters Hair Prcpaiulion-j Zotos Imperial 520.00 Zuni .Vail Polish IJotl'l 1'llDIHr ,'!2()2 Blythcvillo's Baby Headquarters? The Tofr Shop Refrigerator Service Fred l.iink'i ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. J, W. Adams, MSI. Phonf- 2071 iOO-08 W. Main Continuous Shows Every I);iy liox Office OpeiiH 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 I.ISTKX. TO Kf.C.V 8:00 a.m. I^MJ ji. m . ,[ : 3o p.m. Thursday and Friday raramnunt News Selected Shorts Ho* Office Opens 0:15 ballirclay. Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:1.1 C'onlinumis .Slum's .S.-il. ami .Sun. Bargain Nishf Kvcry Nijhl r'.\ C r|il ' . ^^ 't. ,wv.\ MHI ir.vl^.llll »>ll;|ll I.VCry LMKEIL l',\rl-|lL Irare face. Demanded the doc- \o passes honored on Sunday nl lo -Just . Ma "••>•• >P " S S C d Roplied Mary; "Well I give Hint olive oil like .you said, a I Riiess that's what done it do-t ..... —Anyhow T found his appendix in 1 his dianer!" This last defiantly "ffUH! — GET ME THAT DIA- PFH MARY ALL OP IT!— Of all Ui -- " Fortunately Mary hari saved the evidence— all of it. nonnint; a rubber plovc the dor- l'>r poked around a bit. b»t suddenly slopped 1 . His expression and complexion , became apoplectic. He looked at Mary, then at John, his p'ancc was scornful. Finally, unable to longer contain himself he burst out with the first old fashioned belly laugh he'd had since the Convention. 'Mamma and Pappa laughed, (a little, ralher f'ichtened laush) too, and there wa.-, no enthusiasm in if. Finally the man decided that it was time for him to come to his woman's ic.sniie and lo assert himself. "W-wh-what's so f-funny Doc?" was the best asserting he could do. The good doctor didn't answer immediately nor directly. He gasp- rd like a fish on dry land for n few moments, as his in.sides adjusted themselves to normalcy and finally was able to say: "Mary, did you miss a m'nplc from one of , this kid's Imltli-s yeslmlajT' the K«.\y. Thursday and Friday Foi News ant) Selected Shor<

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