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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 4, 1947
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KLYTHEVILLBjARg.) COURIER MEWS Sylyia Dunlap Bride Of Helena Resident .'Mfes..-£ylvJa Dunlap of Blyttie- ville becamte the bride '6f Wlll'nrn E. . of Helena, soi o! Mr. -and- Mrs. 'w. K. Schumann of He)ena£*tj) -a. ceremony Saturi'.i) morning, Ji, o'clock at ilie home 6f trie -Rev. D B 'Blerisoc, n^o- ciate pastor ; of Church' ' First Biotlsc The Rev.~Mr.. Bledsoc . officiated in the presence of relatives and a. few ifiiimato : friends : of (he couple. . , ,, Baskets of palm and c.indles burning" In' branched candelabra decorated:, the church. Mrs. Bert Ross Jr., and Miss Virginia Davis lighted,'candles. The bqde. wore a. grey pepluiu dress with black necessaries.- Her corsage' was of pink roseb'ids ana' white freezias and tucked under the wide-brim ^ of her,black picture hat were two..rosebuds. •••;• -. Mrs. Hugh E. Tate of McCutnb, Xftss., the bride's matron of Dr. Zimmerman Speaker At Baptist WMS Meet IT. H. A. Zimmerman. Mississippi County; Baptist- Missionary, Wai guest, speaker yesterday at a special program opening the''Week of Prayer for Home Missions of the Wojiian's Missionary Society ot« FJist Baptist }*'• Mis H. j. pritzlus'ied die morn- !'ig program nnd Mrs. Marion Williams gave the devotional. "Our Marching Orders." Mrs. Tom Jitckson lead a prayer for the directors of Home Mission work with special reference lo Dr. Altred Carpenter, former pastor of 1'irst Baptist Chinch here, who iiu* is eoiiiu'cled with tlie Home Missionary organization. The nev. D. H. lilcdsoc, iissncl- ate pastor o; !hc clmrch led a prayer and the Rev. E. c. Brown, lias- tor, concluded.the morning session with prayer. Mrs. Williams, president, conducted the business meeting, fol- Icjwing which Mrs. c. M./ Smart. Mrs. Sciierer Hostess With Birlha'ay Dinner Mrs. Floyd Mizcll and Mrs. J. E. McCorj) were honored ullli a birthday dinner Sunday when Mrs. Leon Scherer riilerlaincd at her home, 131 East Sycamore. Mrs. schercr wns' assisted in entertaining ilie n'Thesis her sister, Mrs. Maude snider. *. - * • Presbyterian Women Purchase Furniture A report on the lurniture purchased for the social rooms ol First PiTsbylerian church by the Auxiliary was given at --., ol the Executive Board Auxiliary yesterday after- wore a lettuce Veen a ternoo 'Sf ' ^., n. , ,?' M ' Smlirt ' dress with brown accessories. H<* p,'i r ' '» ,1'' ,/»<> altcrnoon corsage -was of yellow rosebuds X™™ '""•. Wnfll « D '>"°P «<*; and yellow- freezias. I M« «.? , H ' of ' >C Kln >>' <i0 "'' Bert Ross-'jr.. was Mr. Schu- £["'-?« "" ,., B « r - v ' %**• '' ; - K mann's best man. Stevens and Ms. H. H. Brooks pro- Following the ceremony, Mr. ana %"' et ' "l sc f sltms °» lottos ' »<°- MrsJSchumann were honored ™* "" a 1Mts concern ng the Home n luncheon at Rustic Inn. Center- * or jf° nf " y o 1 ™""""™ and its ing the table was an arrangement M ' -^ of pink carnations and o three- T1 ,?'5, , nlcdso " '""I Mrs. tiered wedding cake topped with ,h cl «nioii led prayers and miniature figures of a bride And „ " le <; Ull B was concluded wllh bridegroom. " ~ iPmyer by Mrs. smnri. Mr. and Mrs. Schlmann left for I a wedding trip after the reception. IVI i/" n They will make their home at iurs ' Nln g * 1'CSenls 902 ,Ohio St. Helena. wr^r-o r» Mrs. Schumann was graduated from Armorel. High School anci Bits of News Woman's a mi'ctin of I he , noon at the- church. •Plans also v:ore made for redecorating anil cleaning the rooms. Airs., C. M. Gray, president, had I'lrnrg,'. nnd Mrs. Leslie Hooper R.ive the devotional. Royal Neighbors Meet The Blythevlllo Chapter of Royal Neighbors or America met last night, at the home of Mrs Harry Ot/le. , Deputy Ogle K ,iv c a report or a meeting held Feb. 10 in Little nock (Hiring the business session. The hos:css served refreshments I of sandwiches with mixed cookies. Mrs, Mary Burch Dazier Wed to Herman Spicer LUXORA. Ark.. March 4.—Under Condition of Mrs. Qnincy Alexander, 111 at Dlythevlllc HospitHl, is unchanged. Mrs. Kdgar Northcutt of Snv;tn- nnh. Teim., is vlsitiijg her son Otho Stanfield, and family. Charles Maorchead, former Bly- thi.-vllle High Scliool teaclier and bund director who now Is connected with the Veteran's Administration In Conway, was the hoiiscgitcsts of Mr. and Mrs. B. U. Gee and visited other Jrlcnrls here Sunday. Mrs. Betty Phillips, aiKl son, Michael, i left today for Meridian' Miss., where they will visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. I.oy B. Elch, their daughter. Miss Call Eich, and her Ilance, Cltirkson Eakin, left this morning for Gulfport, Miss., to speiul a week's vacation. Miss Opal Woodcock spent the weekend with her parents-at Garfield. Mrs. .1. A. Leech is j n Batllccrcek, Mich., for a month. Mrs. II. H. Holichlns Is 111 at her lu'ine. 1000 rinrnza. ,1 At The Hospitab nlytheville Ilospllal Admllti'd: Mrs. Milton Bailey, Wilson j. W. Whltwoilli, city. Pi'Buy Pltlinan, Manila. Miclllc Weir, Hayti, Mo. Mrs. Allen IJood, city. jnnii-R Williams Cooler, Mo. ]3»rn to Mr. and Mis. HilJ Cohb, Holland, Mo., a son. Dltmifscd: Mrs. j. E. Storey, Manila. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Helen Ruth Clark, Cavwlwrs- ville, Mo. Ct'i'trudo TOrlslcr, Horncrsvillc, Mo. James Ashcraft cooler. Mo. Haptisl HiK|iitnl, Memiihls Russell Anderson, i/jpanto. Palsy White, Lepanto. Csi-ar Wkeman, Wilson. —.„.. .. Mr . ,,:., ,,, ,, i"J--witn. AIK.. Mnrcli 4.—Under until recently was employed in the r-evotlona vnsfnrtL P T " , a " nrch of ""'Cilery complimented office of Lee Wilson Company ol n?, \ ? Jcstciday afternoon at . with tall •—'-" v i tho Woman's Society of Christian j oil, Mrs. Many from Other Cities Attend Triple Funeral Here yesterday for the Funeral services for Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Husband and son, were a number of out of town relatives and friends. They Included. Dr. A. Robbing of Sleek'. Mo.; Hcmba and George Young. John Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Schrader of Haltles- biir«. Miss.; Louise Johnson of Helena: Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Alexander Dr. and Mrs. w. p. Brownson and Mr. and Mrs, Delbert Hooker, nil of I-eachvlllo; -Dr. and Mrs. Walter Richardson of Morrlston, Mb.; W. M. Me Fin-land. Senath, Mo. Also A. T. Earl and A. J. Earl of KenncU, Mo.; Ira Morrison of Ev- onslown, Ind.; Everett Crnis of Walnut Ridge, Ann bell Craig ami- Mrs. Hoy Cole of Jonesboro; Charlotte nuj;g of Gideon, Mo.; Robert Gnmblll, Mrs. Rcna P. Chirk and Mrs. uiln Perry of Memphis Mrs. Guy Chism nnd daughters. Elsie Ann and Myni Lou. Mr. and Mrs. E. o. Morris ami sons, Charles Ray and Shelby, and Mr. and Mrs E. O. Morris Jr., alt of Parkin; Mis. Isaacs of Jrimcs Shelby and son. Jimmi™ of Armorel. Mr. Schumann .attended school . . at ^^arvell before entering th Service o[ Lake street Methodist Church meeting at tl m church. Mary 'ice. An out-of-town guest at the wedding and - reception was Mrs. Ela Dunlap of Greenville, Tcnn,, aunt of tlie bride. . • • • • Marsha Marl? Blackard Complimented at-Party Marsha Marie Blackard, tl ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ma Blackard,. .didn't have , a b. this year because Febnirny i have 29 days, but she's r> older anyway" so her mothc, tertained vjith a parly in'obi ance-.of the occasion. Saturday, March 1, was;- c to eelebra;e'-'-Marsha's ""' ' ^ier qcvj-aHi yqa'rVs.and ap,'4ot\- friends gathered -n't the r nbme lier parents for the party. ! Picardy gladi Biirch Daxiei-, dniigliler of Mr. mid Mrs. ^ Bnrch, became tlie bride of" ai marven oeiore entering tnci -,,,._ „ "„.,, ••'• ' iiun.n, D-I.UMC me uride of Army in 1943 for 12 months s«v- ,,,,,,.; °' or ^ ,f U1 ) vcl ' l"'Ml<lPnl, man L. Spicer Jr.. son of Mi had charge of the business session. Mrs. II i, Snlcer i ih« wlii>n (hi. fhi*n,. n „„ n.. ,„ . ': ". °l" tpr . »' the . when the finance committee made I prayer by Mrs. Gcorgr Cre'.vs. jWesleyan Service Guild ]4eets iWith Miss Boyd | of I he couple. The bride, who West Main, with in- Mlss Afary Van Sliced', dnughlcr of Mrs. K. W. Sliced, who has ueen undergoing treatment at Walls Hospital for several clays, was removed lo her home today. Her condition Is Improved. Mr. ami Mrs. Harry i. 1t . ilk :s u , . - — ..i Memphis' were overnight guests o£ | rnuiinini; Mr. and Mrs. diaries *•'•• ---•' -- -- - ' Kcndig of Hayti, Mo., and Miss .Jean Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. They were motored lo Memphis tills morning by Mr. and Mrs Harry Kirby. Mrs. J. c. Dunn Jr., of Union Cily, Tunn., is here today for fun- cnil .•service.'; for her father, • c. t>. Hires, who died yesterday. Condition of Mrs. James Hill Jr . ill sit Blythcvillc Hospital, is somc- ' represcntn- wht'.t lii!provc<f. Mrs. Nancy Jiunes, (•model of. dqnd grey crcu c witf, I black iiiul nil accessories-- anil : n «!» Dctie Boyd, OM West Mnln ;l "^"'^S"^^ * S '~ s hoslcss last night to members «!•'« Catherine Davis, who pluycit he Wesleynn Service Guild of - 'p Promise Me," "At Dawiiin R ,'' . , - tive for Dermetlcs. Radio City, N. ' , ., Harvey of Jackson, Miss. P '' - ls '" Son Is Named llusscl Wayne i s Ihe name clios- cn for the son born Feb. 17 to Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Anderson of 'Snst St. Louis, who formerly lived In Blylhcvlllc. The Andersons hav3 anoihcr son. nobert jr. Mrs. Anderson is the former Fannie Cav.i- sherr. First Meihocllsl Cliui-ch in her '" Iv > a Wild Rose." and the willi 13 members tiltcmlin!;. ditmnal wedclini; marche.s rs. Maud Melton had chaise nf Billy Splcer." brother " uf mi which was built iiroiiuii bridegroom. WHS best man le of "Children In tin; Ipwinc I he ceremony a reception I ra- the. -, J ... ^ on business today. •Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Grinies have returned from a business trip Louis. Caruthersville Couple Wed in Piggott, Ark. \ Announcement lias been nnide of r of Mr. and ; ..,— .. Mrs. P. .A business iiicnliii!; W as comhu'bd nt-1 i-iiic-iio iui ttiHS JJJ11 iv. , . ">'''jntcin • Jiinviiiiif \v They rjient tlie* afternoon p.'ijy- following the proyniin. Iig games and contests with - - -, • prizes' awarded to Mrs. Mrs." eyi-. ..v.'kvol.]^ Wlbll t . winners. Vf/ppt nf Pi-,,,, P »•• •••••• weeh. o! i layer 1 rogram Sara Jo Strickland Obsferves 9th Birthday .Members ot'Brownie Troop No. 5 of L the Girl Scouts were guests Saturday afternoon when one of the troop members," Sara Jo Strickland,'^ nine, ' was honored by her mothpr, Mrs. Jbe Strickland, with a birthday party. In contests, prizes went to Dcra Bernice Wiley and Harriett Applebaum, : Refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served. * « » Miss Lee Entertains Baptist Young'Women Adaline Lee was hostess and y ella Simpson, co-hostess, last mght, to members of the Young Woman's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church at Miss Lee's home'on Barfield Road. The group read scriptures for the devotional, following which a program; on Home Missions was presented. Participating were Miss Uoris Adair, Miss Lee, Miss Ma- .non Mays, Miss June Buchanan. Mis s Bernlece overman. Miss Bd",? e ,.ic verman and Miss Katherine The hostess served refreshments. Sne was assisted by her mother, Mrs.-John Lee. * • » » jMiss Hardy Speaker At HS Club Meeting Miss Rosa Hardy, prin-ipal guest when the Business E lion Club of Blytheville HighS, Given at WMS Meeting The Woman's Missionary Sucie- l.v of the Calvary Baptist Church met nt the church yesterday for a Week of prayer program and a short business session. by. a miniature groom stahding v.'i'cMing bell. Osccola nigh School. Mr. Spicer is a graduate Luxorn High School tiniK .cake 'topneci ^, U !°: .?'\ e w «<Wing was sc bi'ifle nncl brido- nmler a. silver Mrs. Mable Lunsiord opened tlie '"'"'her-in-law of the 'bride, with prayer. Hostess for the afternoon were Mrs. Clco rfrnd- jry, Mrs. Henry McCain .Mrs A D Piiest and Mrs. D. L. Webster Mrs. cairn Priiitt closed the meeting with prayer. • * * * Miss Jackson Hostess To GEO Club Members Mis? Lynn Jackson entertained members of GEO orirtEc party last Jackson homn, 1413 High score prize Club with ,. night at tlie Wnct M^in awarded . ,r. *...<.i_ on.-, ,v\\ai[H'U to Miss Ila Rogers anil bririBO went rpi , T •* «^-'>'" j Al^^.11 U«»I1. ihe hostess served refreshments. * • « Methodist Women Meet '•Stewardship O f Thought" was the study topic when Ihe Woman's Society of Christian Service met Mrs. Allen Stewart gave the tle- votional, Mrs. Hugh WhiSsitt pre- siced over th e business mectln» aud the closing prayer was led by *lf. W. E. Barksdale. - ..^. »>*.•.(uiu|£ «itn ftuiemnix^fl H;in a .double-ring ceremony performed by. the Rev. T. A. French ,. _,_.. nt PigBott, Ark. Mrs. Spicer was graduated f;-"m Thc '^ rllle wore a Winter white "'"'- "' ' - - - ' wool dress with black accessories and a shoulder corsage of white 01 gardenias. Mrs. Joe Mac.-.Tames matron of honor, wore a black suit ---R.. ..,*,..uui 1,11.1 is employed at .The. Saveway Grocery Sr/n-r\ ' . f Out of town guests 1/cra and Mrs. J. W. Taylor, sist e r and Mrs. .Louie Lnpidcts. Dr r.r.d Mre. S. M. Nichols. Mrs. Emmet, Wilson. Mrs. Mary Grace Enkins and black a'cccssories. Mr. James, cousin of Ihe bride- groEim, served as best man Following the wedding. „' recrp- ion was held .at tlie home of the bridegroom's parents. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. Cornelius Modingcr hostess to Town and Country Bridge Club. Mrs. W. J. Pollard hostess to Wednesday Bridge Club. THURSDAY Mrs. R. c. Rose hostess to Octette , .-• ubrey Hostess to .vltd- —, v Contract Club. ;-touis Zeller hostess to GNB , , ., FRIDAY -hapter N. p. E. O. Sisterhood, meeting with Mrs. Farmer England lorjelectlon of officers. Mrs. Lemlennie Fowler entertaining CBC Club. } SATURDAY Mrs.. Erwin Jones hostess nt her home, 8030 Chlckasnwbn, to Ameri«i:»'Association of University Women, 13 p.m. and Emma wiisoii. jr7ot"asce-i o "'cers to Be Elected S^r-M.W^tT MeSi ^'Caruthe'rlYlikciub |:hls, Miss''Rnbye crump VV o U V. CBrs Df the w<lmn »'s CUtb of and Charlie n,,]',, ,,,' „ c »"'t"ersvillc. Mo., will be elected da " ness lneeti »S "ext Wcdnes- Flnns for election of n cw O ffi cers were made at the last re"i'!ir meeting of the club, when j p Brown, grade school principal, 'dis- Crump and Charlie Dul-\ri-v Houston. Miss.. Miss g.^.,,, JWn| ._ Tington of BlyLhcvllIo and II W Spicer of West Memphis, grandfather of the bridegroom. Men's Fellowship Banquet Planned by Methodists •A fellowship banquet for men of the First Methodist Church hern and the West •Blythevlllo Methodist Parish will be held next Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the First Methodist Church, it was announced at a Board of Stewards meeting last nicht. The Rev. W. Henry GoodJoc. pr-s- tor o! the First Methodist Church' at .Jonc.'boro will be the guest speaker. The West Blythcvillc Parish includes the Methodist groups at Gosnell, Half Moon and Lone O.ik. i . Those taking part in the program-entitled "Business Personality were Laura Swato, uewy J,. an Goff, and Joe Mnc Hester TURKISH BATHS Warm, invigorating an( j really a I wonder worker, that's what you'll \<**f » Douk these wonderful turk- 1 ish Iwths nt Artie's Beauty Shop. You will feel better Instantly and lose; poundage so easily and so fast»-you'U be amazed as win youi; f fiends! It's a turkish bath | at Artie's for real results! L ARTIE'S IBEAUTY SHOP ' '• - ttt N«. SccuriT , Ph«ne J3*Z DREIFUS 7-DAY SERVICE Be siire your fine wotch is in prefer s ! on ° l hands when you hay* it checked. Let our experts put if in fine condition. Cleaning, repairing od- lustments on any mc!<e watch. Shipmenf nf Bassinettes Just in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP 10a S. 2nd. Phone \ . GUARANTEE^., OFFERS HOPE FOR THE CONSTIPATED Drops harsh laxatives _ recommends famous cereal Have you tried one laxativo after another to overcome constipation — without success? Then read this sincere, unsolicited letter: lRAN KEr.LOGG'S ALL- JSKAN rcKiilnny hashroii|T|it last- inp relief to thousands snfTerinir from constipation due to lack of bulk m the diet. For b^t resi.iti cat ALUHRAN .laily-^nd dl- nk ?i™ ?" ? f , watc .'-- That's nil! If not completely snlisficd after ten (lavs, ??".' 'lhc_ empty carton to tlio 'lii l°- Bff Com l )!ln y. B «Hlc Creek, aiichigan, nnd get (toiibto your •money bach! ; i KELLOGG'SALL-BnANisnot' a purgative but a wholesome food : JTf i, fl ? n i tho " tnl outer layers . of wheat. Eat either as n cereal— '' Gct cussed "Leaders ot Tomorrow." The principal eriiphasized importance .of proper training of youth and of adults setting; the example. m ^Jwf ri* «w— — v ^^r OOANYTHING On 'CERTAIN DAYS' Of Month? IBIs grcnt medicine Is famous lo relievo painful distress ami ami nervous. IrrluiDlc feclinea. or S clrjyB — when due to Icmnle timc- tlonnl monthly Ulstnrbnn It Will Pay You to See Jack W. Powell Insurance Counsellor Mississippi County We have many lives lo insure, Von have only one. Office—21 Lyncli Uldg. Phone 3702 'Residence Phone 2113 Poslv Office Hox 601 BIylheville, Ark. Osceo/o News \ Mrs. Emma Cox was In Memphis' Tuesday to sec "The Yearling" at Hollywood Theater. I Mrs. Maydec Sheddon Is recuper-' ntnig at the home of her sister. Mrs. Arthur Lee Webb. 'Mrs. Jack Maxwell antf baby ol Memphis are guests of Mrs. Melvin Sj;c>ck and Mrs. Jack Wilson. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Brlekey Sr., spent three days in Memphis this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wnthati Prewitt Jr.. of Leland. Miss.; visited Mrs. 1'iew- Itt's parents this week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Jettle Driver and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rogers attended "Oklahoma" Friday night in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jaffa returned Monday from a week's visit with their daughter and family in Somerset, Ky. Mr. Harry Keatts Is spending a week with relallvcs at Alt a Vista, Vi. Mr. and Mrs. Buster McGtirrity Of Helh, and Mrs. Ruf-Sell Bandy of Memphis spent the week with their mother, Mrs. will McGnrrlty, who has been quite III this Win- ti-r. Dukie speck and nephew, Johny Earls Speck, came by plane from Little Rock to spend the weekend with relatives. Mrs. F. o. Gwyn anil daughter, Mitel, returned home Saturday after spending two weeks in New Orleans attending Mardi Gras nnd \isitlng Mrs. Gwyn's son, Frank Owen Gwyn, and Mrs. Gwyn. Mrs. Milton Jones of Hampton, Vn.. arrived Sunday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Bowen and brother, Billle Bowen. Mrs. Jones, who is the former Clementine Bowen will make her home in Philadelphia, where Mr. Jones employed. Mrs. R. C. Bryan was in Memphis yesterday on business. Mrs. Gilbert Mastin and sister, TUKSDAY, MARCH 4, 1947 Mrs, Robert Miller, of Memphis left Sunday for a week's visit with Mrs-. Muslin's daughter, Mrs. John W. Albcrs in Klmwood, Neb. Little Dwlght JJIackwood is ill this week with Inlluenza. Mr. David Laney Is in Little Rock this week on business. For Sale U. S. Verified Oklahomn Alfalfa Seed Ami Plenty of Ogden Soybean Seed L. R. Matthews Gin Co. VAKBKO, ARK. Phone 727 Steele News Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Averett and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Carter .-ire spending a few days vacationing In Texas and New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Donnhcw who have made their home in Ca- ruthcrsville. Mo., for several years have moved to Steele. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boney attended to business in McComb, Mi&s 'or a few clays. Mr. and Mrs. J. I, Whitfleld spent last week in Neosha, Mo. Mrs. Stella Turley of Cape c-irar- deau has been visiting friends in NEW TYPEWRITERS We arc now taking orders for Hoynl Tyi«wrUei-s for delivery anywhere in Mississippi County. Call or write us. SAMUEL F. NORRIS Piijitliig—orrice Supplier ' 123 North Secona IF YOU NEED Walk In Boxes Dry Coolers Ice Cream Boxes Home Freezers or Any Heavy Refrigerator for Immediate Delivery CALL Steele-17F22 DIXIELAND SERVICE EIXIS POOLE, Owner & SIgr. Highway Gl North ai HOLLAND, MO. Steele, Mis. E. E. Wright spent tile past week In Haytl as guest of relatives. Mrs. Mary Everett of Dslrolt was Die guest of her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Qlass, lust week. Meetings There will be » meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary tonight, "i-.'.tO o'clock, at the American Lets ion Hut. IF This Ad & $2 is Good for 6 Postcards and 1-5x7 Photo at 320 So. Lake St. Open 9 a.m.—9 p.m. OFFER EXPIRES APRH, 5 HARRY FRITZIUS EXTRA SPECIAL! All this week at Fritzius OIL CLOTH (No limit to the customer) First Grade per yd. 69c FIELDCREST SHEETS, PILLOW CASES, AND TOWELS •t MEN'S WORK CLOTHES— NO LIMIT. FIELDCREST AND WEARWELL SHEETS $2.99 FIELDCREST (Golden Gate) SHEETS only $3.69 FIELDCREST (Golden Gate) Pillow Cases onl r P r. $1.78 FIELDCREST beautiful solid colors— heavy and medium size towels each 89c FIELDCREST extra large and heavy white TO WELS .................... Cach99c FIELDCREST WASH CLOTHS 23c, 26c, 27c ea. FRITZIUS Across from Rice-Stix On West Main St. Help Get Toot] Digested to Relieve Yourself of This Nervous Distr-.-'-s Do you feel all purred-up nnd mKeribie utter every menl. tnsto sour, bHii-r i\.o;t? It so, here !s hoi; you may t-rt lAo:ji.d relief la helping your .stomn'ih i»o the Jol>—It should tie ttoinr-—lu ihn tli^t's- tlon of Its food, EverytJnin food en (ere the sto:nrr:*i a vital gastric juice- must flov/ normally lo break-up certain JuoU panic-Its; clsii the feud may rerment. Sour foot!, :ui<l Indigestion nnO gr.s Iruriuently cause n mur- bltl, touchy, fretful, p««vlsh. nervous condition, loss of rpjpptite, uj:r.!rrwcJijht, restk-Es sleep, weakness. To got real relief you must Increase the Row ot Uiis vital Hafitriu julct Medical authorities. In liulL-pciitkni Inhnra- tory tesU on hiiiuim stomurhi, hsr.-r by positive proof .shown th- t S^rf Tonic Is aimiKlntily. c-IfrcLLvc in incrt-u^im: this flow when It Id too liulo Oi i^uty clue to a non-oru-vtilc staunch disturbance. This is duo to the SSS Tc.-iii: formula which contains ,-^cc^l rr.i'J violent actl- vRtitig iHKrtj'llcnta. j»f«o, fcSS Tonic hc!p,s fcui r cl-y.p 'ion- organic, weak, \vntcry" blood In nutritional anemia—-so \\ii\\ n. nccil finw nf this gastric digestive Hi Ice pU;->: icb r-rl- htood yon slioulfi cat hotter, n'.ecn bctt'f, feel better, work better, i;Inv hotter. Avoid pimlshlnK yourself* v.Ith crer- tlosps of soda nnrt other alkaJLt'crs to counteract gas and btoatlmj \vhrn whitt you so clearly need is S3!3 Tonic 10 help you rILRpst food for b;;dy strength and repair. Don't \vnlt! Join, the ho~t of happy people SSS Tonic lies helpctt. Millions oi bottles sold. Get a battle of SSS Tonic from your drm; .store today SSS Tonic helps Uulid Sturdy Uealtti. Continuous Shows Every Day Hr>x Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI,CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Tuesday Wednesday rr EDMUND GOUIDING £DUUNO GWENtl.-JAUIS PAIOE Selected Sliorl Subjects Box Office Opens at C:30 Opens Sunday 1:00; Slnrts 1:15 Continuous Slioirs Sat. and Scin. Bargain Night Every Niglit Except Saturday. N T O passes Iionoretl on Sunday at (lie Rosy. Tuesday Wednesday DOUBLE FEATUIIK LH1S UPIOK ISHBEUU, IKK mmu. mm in Tin tUHIUMm TRIO

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