The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 27, 1939
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TAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE (AUK) COUH1EU NEW9 To Preach Here COURIER NEWS COMPI JMENTARY 1'ICKET This Ticket 'Will Admit N. A. WcMi & C' —(o me— RITZ TIIKATEB "RANGE WAR" Wednesday Brldfe Clubs Have Ilallqirccii Parties. Bridge clubs which inqet on Wednesdays were this week entertained at Halloween parlies with the coining holiday being curried cut-in (he •, decorations • [or the Town and Country club, Ilic ADC Bridge club, Uic Wednesday Bridge club and the Bl-Monthly Luncheon club. Marigolds lii?d'~Tos(vr~(!ecor.itJil the entertaining rooms when Mrs. James H. Bell entertained tire Wednesday Brldfe club nncl one guest, Mrs. W. D. Chdinblln. Lunch was served at the small tables. wns liigh scorer Mrs. Chaniblln and Mrs. W. J. Wundcrlich, second high In tile bridge games which followed. Mrs, Henry Humphrey, Mrs. Liovd Wise and Mie JJ A Taylor were guests of MA.- O. W. Me- Gutchen when s)ie ciilertiiliied tile Town ami Country, club al IIIM' home, Refreshments were served at the conclusion of Ilic games In Which Sirs Tujlor was high scorer niid Mrs. ' Modliijje,-, second high A black and orange color scheme was used In the table nrnmuc- rnenls ' for the ADC Bridge club which was • entertained by Mrs. Ben W. Handle Jr. Other guests were Mrs lou> Ixmg, Mis H P. Kelsey. Mrs. Hugh \VhiisHI. /.iniiiiis and other garden flowers clccorajcd Ihe house. The holiday motif wns 'also carried mil. In the Inllles nnd Ilic. salmi ylals, which u'as served. Club prtoe vfenl Ip Sirs. If. T. Schiiec anrl guest prize to Mrs. Long. . Mrs. Russell Phillips inul Mr.-i. . R. L. Stockclt played carets with .members of the BI-Monthly Luncheon club at its first meeting this fait at the .home of Mrs. T. K, Mahan. Mrs. James A. Overholscr ivas a limcheon guest. Chrysanthemums, roses and olh- htixed flowers - formed n floral background for Ihc Halloween decorative molif used in \nllles and arrangements of small 'tables nt which lunch was served. Mrs Phillips was high and Mrs. Stock- ttl, second high in'Ihc bridge games. * « * Holiday Mulif -.Used In I'.irllcs l'«lcr<l.i.j- f ' 'A holiday .scheme Indicative. «[ Hallowe'en was carried out in the parties given yesterday for members of the Various Thursday Bridge clubs. Mrs Jjines H IJcll ptnml md" with members cf- Ihc Thursday Luncheon club which was entertained at- Ihc home of Mrs.- E. F, Kirshner. Mrs. J. 1 A, Leech wn> scorer • and Mrs. A. O. Little second liigh in the bridge garnet- which followed. •All the club members attended the 'iiild-wcck bridge, |iarl-y nt 111 home of'Mrs. B. A. Lynch. A mixed bouquet : of rases mul other garden flowers were 'used, in the center ol the dining table where lunch served. 'Mrs.-Cecil Slianc received liigh score prize In the games. Mrs. il. 11.-Elkins. Mrs. W. C Hleglnsan and-Mrs. r! L. Busier were Mis. H. A. Tayloi when she , entertained Die DelU; Contract club. Flowers and rose,' dccoralcd her home. High scai'i club prize .'went.',to 'Mrs. L. 11 Moore and the guest prize to Mrs Hlgglnson.' A - (iilaet cotirsc was served, • Instead of the usual alternooi party, the members of the Thursday Dessert dull were, cnlertalnrc with a luncheon by Mrs. Tern A Bradshcr. The Halloween sclicmi was carried out in lire dining In- ble decorallons and (allies. Mr? Bob Gwynn and Mrs.• Giiy KOJJCI were guests. High score prize will j to Mrs, Hichard Dickinson and low score prize to Mrs. D. Hammock. All members of the Double four Bridge, club were entertained at the hcme of Mrs. lid Cook, ijinch was sened^at the small tables before the bridge game.-,. MIT,. -Hay- ruond Smith was high and Mrs. , Ted King, serond .high scorer. Autumn flowers decorated thr home ol Mrs. i'. c. Itollnock v.hcn she was hoslcss lo members of the Thursday; Afternoon clu» and two guests. Mrs. H. G. I'ari- loiv and Mrs. n. C. Allen. A salad c:urse was served at .Ulc. conclusion of the games In which Mrs H:\mlolpi) Smitli received high score prize, Mrs. J. J. Cookston was hostess to members of tho Thmsdny Bridge club and two giicslx, Mrs. Jerry Johnson and Mrs, W. I*. Crnftoii, »t tile Rustle Inn. A dessert, course was served. High score pita wo'nt to Mrs, Charles Alfrrd, second traveling pri/c to i-trs. J, K, Patterson and guest pr!/c to Mrs, Craflon. Hold l-'drw.'il rit'dyin;r A number o( stmtcnl.s from this section, who attend Arkansas State college at Jnucsboro, have been formally pledged to s'rorlties tills week. Margaret Jane Aclon,- Miss Hugehtn Crawford, Miss Mnvy D. Pit/genilil, nml Miss Mary Ann Naucrs, nil of here. Miss lioblii Gill nixl Miss Louise llrownlec, nf Dell, nnd Ml.« Babe Socoy of Jniics- borr, ivlio formerly lived here, nil plcriucd Alpha Sigma. Miss Alice Bsililm, iuiother local irirl, i)!cd?cii Al]ilv,i Tun Zclu, Miss Connie Wallace oi Dell, wcnl Delta Bcia Chi. I^iui.s IZoyn.v of Ln.Aora, Hoscoe C'hltivo«<l < [ • and Horace Magee yf Carnthei.'ivllk; were pledged to Delta Omega Sigma, iiela *]'au Zeta was ttie fraternity chosen by Altrcd Tillman of C«- nilhcrsvllle. Attractive Bride Biti of Ntwi Mo«tly Periooali n. A. Friend, son ot Mr. and Mrs. J. i>. Friend, Is Improving after having Injured his leil arm when he fell while playing on rccrcatkii^l cqiitimienl nt Cenlral Ward school Wednesday, Miss Churchill Buck, who attends the University of Arkansas al 'Fay. ctlcvlllc, arrived last night, to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and S,irs, C. M. Buck. ' Mrs. Charles Swain left day to vlstl her mother, Mrs. Young In Hnlllcsbiiiff, Miss., The Rev. Dr. C. K. Vlict, cf Nashville, Term., secretary of the Smith, will be the Church, guest, preacher Osceola Society —- Personal .n,,rc s , s ,,,re for . few days, Mrs. Uly Mosley accompanied oiitstandin.r prcnchcrs In his dp- Mr, and Mrs. Abner Driver and nominnliun ... son, Billy, of Osccolii, to Hot I" '• ' ' Springs and Little Rock where they , attended to business ever the week- -. " Mnlln of Wilson, and -Mr, end. They nlso visited Mrs Mosley's ' Malui - cnlm -yesterday to be with Mm. J. If. O.xntiin of Union, N. J.,l EOn wlw attends Ouachlta college i \ttls before lier marriage Wednesday nlghl, Miss Kalhryn Grcar, of tills city. him, Mrs. Mann and or N. s. A. c., To On Tuesday lliis Illrlliday 1'aily /\ . f -,t Martha Loutso Taylor enterlain- Ul'gaiil/C l..lHll)lCr .'d '25 of her friends al a birthday — - — ~ • wvty til licr liomc jcslcrday .iilt- Jrnoon on Ihe occasion of iier ;lB)ithday. Unlloivccn favors were given the yiicsls lifter they had played games. Refreshments of lee cream and :akc were served by the hostess' nothcr, Mrs. W. K. Taylor, who 'as assist by Mrs. Cl. \V. Rose and Irs. Lynn Ooolcy. * « • '(> Have Itenciil I'jirty Mrs. P. b, Engler, Mrs, Fr«l Sulib.i, Mrs. E, A. Stacy mill Mrs. Z. L. Slockctt will be hostess to 11 Ingo party to be given 7:M o'clock Wwlncsdny night nt the Amerian Legion itul. The nfTnlr Is nuder Ihc auspices if the Woman's Auxiliary of the 31. Stephen's Episcopal church. | Blythevllle has a chapter of the ' Nallonal S:clcty of baiighlcrs of tlie American Colonists with the organization of the Colonel John Martin chiiplcr -which will have Its first meeting since organizing to be i held Tuesday- nt the Hold Noble. I Mrs. Jnmcs B. Clark, l:n g prominent In club uffnlrs of Blythe- vllle mid the slate of Arkansas and who was the organizing regent, was elected regent. Other officers named were: Mm. Hiram Wyllc, vice regent; Mrs. E. F. McCall, secretary; Mrs. O. W. McCulchen, treasurer; Mrs. C. P. Tucker, historian; Mrs. John Thomas Scanlon, ' registrar; Mrs, A. M. R. Branson, chaplain; Mrs. M, O. Usrey, parliamentarian. Other charier members Include Mrs. Philip Baldwin of Uttle Rock, Mrs. Ernest Edmoiids:ii of ii.iync, La.. Mrs. Pearl J. England of New Orleans, Mrs. E. S. Bottom and Mrs. Marie Browclcr of Houston, Miss., and Mrs, Otto kochtltzky, formerly of Blylheville and now cf •tub Informal Has Formal Dancing Tally Mr. and Mrs. Bernard .luggers Hid Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Hughes cn- '.ertaiiied members of the Club Inforimil nncl guests at « formal lancing inirly ul the Woman's lubijul night , . N bl;ajlest^ietn and 1 his ouvicslia Columbus, Miss. Several olhcr «.y Jon?shoto rom Joiwsboto played r for the ouplcs who dnnecd beneath float- ng hallo: us of black inul orange. Ibcr (Icconilion.s of blinking owls, jlnck cats, nnd grinning jack o' arilenis nddcd to the festive holi- lay spirit. Besides the W members, Invila- ions had been extended tuples. ' This was-Ihe o be given by rgaulznllon about len months ago. ihu group has tin informal dmic- ng parly the last Thursday of :nch month, Mr. aiid Mrs. naymoml Johnson lid Miss Mnble llogan mid Carl iutld will entertain the he November party. -plications have been accepted by the chapter and will be confirmed by Ihc national board ul Us next meeting. Thp first official meeting will be a luncheon us will, all of the live meetings lo be held each year nt the H;tel Noble. to '25 j This is the fouiili chanter lo be organized In Arkansas, with one in first formal dance Lillle Rock and I wo'in Faycttcville. Ihc club since ils | Eligibility to Ihls Society miist i be lineal descendniicy of an nnccs- ! tor who rendered civil or military service in any of the c;lonics prior to me. __ The new chapter rtcrivcdTts "name from flic ancestor ot several members of Ihe new organization, Colonel John Mnrllii of Virginia. This branch of the Martin family mine from English stock but Inter moved to Gnhvay. Ireland. Colonel John Martin, who was a member of the Virginia Assembly and a Colonial officer, owned large estates in King and Queen County nnd Albermcrlc County. Virginia. Ifc was n descendant of Martin dc Tours and Nicholas Martin, Ihe first, <f which there Is record h\ this country. Mrs. Clark, who organized (lie new chapter assisted by Mrs. I,, u. Bradley of Llltle Rock, slate regent, has transferred her membership In Arkadelphin. They returned home yesterday morning. Mrs. Elton W. Kirby returned yesterday morning from St. Louts where she went Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Thcmas Scan- Jon and daughter relumed Wednesday nighl from Cleveland. O., wlierc j they have spent three weeks with Mr. Scanlon'a mother,, Mrs. \iary Scanlon. : Mr. and Mrs. George W. Patterson nnd Mrs, Fred Warren are expected lo arrive home tonight frbj'rt Virginia where they have spent two weeks. Mr. and Kirs. Pattersrn attended the International convention of the Disciples of Christ In Ricll- inond, while Mrs. Warren vlsllcd her daughter, Miss Marjorlc Warren, at Randolph' Macon college In Lynchburg, Va. " V Mrs. M. T. Burr will arrive home tomorrow Irom Jonesboro where she has spent the past six weeks. Shp has completed her course nt Arkansas Slnte college. '':'-. Oscar Hardaway Jr. lias returzieci from Memphis where he spent four (jays with Mr. and Mrs. K. \V. Goodman and family. Mrs. A. M. Butt and daughter, Miss Ruth Butt, spent yesterday in Memphis. i Mrs. Ben White ami Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise accompanied .by Misses Jean and Jane Williams, of Driver, i have gone ID Tusraloosa, Ala., for homecoming acUvlllcs at the unl- ;veblty. Mrs. While will ivlsit hei Mrs. .Cookc rc- Slethnitlst Circles Mrel Fifly-clglit members and gucsls of Ihe MellKkllst Missionary Sotlely met in their- respective circles in Ilic homes of Mrs. Ned Ayrcs, Mrs. 6. S. Shlppen and Mrs. O. E. Massengill Ihls neck. At eacl) circle" pljins were dis- casscd and set In motion for rcrlcc: raling and rcfiirnishhi!! Hie parsonage, which Is to be the major project of the society for the ensuing year. A miscellaneous canned food shower was also held at each circle for the Mclludist hospital Iu Memphis, Al Circle A in the home of Mrs. Ned Ayrcs, Ihe devotional lesson was given by Mrs. [j. W. Wallet's with the Halloween telegram contest In charge of Mrs. C. H. Wcnth- ersby, recreational chairman. Mrs. John Whltworlh. Mrs. J. F. Fowler and Mrs. Le^ Sehricck were co- hostesses. The 22 members and one guest at Click fi heard Mrs. B. II. Burn? give a helpful devotional on I'ravcr. Mrs. E. W. Packard was in charge of Ihe social hour. Now members added were Mrs. Malirlee Little, Mrs. Dill Crihfield and Mrs. li. L. Crowe. Mrs. Zilla Ralph was the only ghcst. Circle'C lii Ihe 'home of Mrs. , O. E. Massengill hud Mrs. Harry FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1939 secretary of the Mississippi County division,. Mrs. w. E. Burton of SI. Louis, who formerly lived In Osceola, is i visiting her son, Howard Uurton, | and Mrs. Burlon In Blylheville, nnd , fcrmer friends and neighbors in | Osceola, J.- B. Dunn, past grand master of Arkansas Masons; E. H. Bogati, district deputy grand lecturer for the eleventh district, and Aubrey Cowan drove to Piggott Wednesday lot election day and Is nnxlciu to be first, when they finis)) counting the ballots. Read CcurJer Ne«o ivanl nils. night to attend the in that city. Masonic lodge O Everything for your entertainment iind comfort. First Voter linns for Mayor NASHUA, N. H. (UP)—Martin I Hansberry Jr., 21, will vote f:r the) first time tins year. He also was the first candidate to take out nomination papers for mayor, hopes to be the lirst to cast a bal Witcb Society Pa K « Of Courier New* F«r Free Skow Gnesb HDS ,-..t pellevo misery as 3 mil V i -'it of & niotticrs do. Ztub j-.l.(| tliront, elicit, back with VICKS VAPORUB reiuained- but the others have turned home, Mr. and Mrs. Lyn Smith', of Ca-' Jollcs f' r devotional leader and rtithersville, spent -Tuesday, after- Ml ' s - D - F J " el1 Taylor Jr., Mrs. Joe no: n here. Broitp at t;tvr. Paries Tuesday Ainoug the club' pnrlles Tui'sduy ycre those Kiven by Mrs. Blon W. yrhy, wlio cnlcrlnincd the Ttics- 'ay llrld[!C club, and Mrs. li, M. -lallhcws who was hostess to her BR. BUCK'S -EYE .WATER Mrs. Karl KUDU!?, of Fulton, Mo., louscgncst of Mr«, E. M. Bi-yan, -Irs, \v. J. Wimdcrllch inul Mrs. V. L. Homer were guests H( Mrs. vhby's party. A mixed bouquet of dahlias and uses was used iu the ccnlcr (if -lie dining table at which lunch vas served. Chrysanthemums and csc. 1 ; were • arranged about the liv- IIB r:om where bridge was played. '•Irs. M. A. Isaacs wns high scorer md Mrs. W. 1). Chamblln. second. Garden flowers dccoralcd Mr.s. Matthews' home for her party I'ncsday afternoon when Mrs. Kd- A'ln liobinsoii played cards wilh lie mcjitbcr.s. A dessert course wns served at -he conclusion of the gnuies vtiich Mrs. Kiiima Nolcn was high S'.urer. Tulllcs il\ Ilic • Hallu'.vc'cn lutif were used. [In ben or is U.D.C. ii President Mrs.. L. L. Hubener was qlecled third vice president of tho Arkansas Division of the Uniled Daugh- Icrs.'qftlie Confederacy nt Its -Htii aliniinl- 'convention in El Dorado this we?K nl which meeting Mrs. W. WftJtlcCaln, of Cotton Plant, 'wns ciiose'n president io succeed Mrs.'James B. Clark, of 'this'pity. ; Othef pfflccrs elected were:'.Mrs. John •: B.t.- : 'Lofton of LiUle * Rock, first" • Vice", 'president; Mrs. ,T.' D. Rambq-:'bf Wiclcjier, second vice president; Mrs. M. L. Gibbs ot El Dorado, T corresponding secretary; •Mfo ". Rlltii . L. Hai'din of Fort Smith,•'. treasurer; Mrs.' L. M. Hudson of Tyronza, hlslo'rlan; and Mr's. J.. Wallou of Little Rock,' recorder of. crosses. •• The •/four honorary presidents c)cctc(Overc Miss Effle [Untouc of Vaii'.Burcii, Mrs. T. B. : Bpnton of Little-. Rock Mrs. James D.'.HeacI M iTe'xarkana and Mrs. John M. Ftenhlken of Little'Rock: 'I'WQ"Crosses were given by the cross of son, Ben Mac White and Mrs Wise ij'R'B-'o'.thls county. The her son, Lloyd Wise. They>ill bc'ffili™l*.l v .f." lo .: lh P,., 01 joined there tomorrow by Mr. Wise, S. Mosley, Miss Peggy White and Miss Patricia Wise. W. H. D.yess, of Ltixora, Is scri- cusly til at the Memphis Unplist hospitnl where he .recently underwent n major operation. Mrs.. W. 1,. Smith ; has returned from Memphis where she has been with Mr. Smith who' is In the Memphis Baptist hospital. Miss Wynctte Shepherd, who attends Mississippi Stale College for Women nt Columbus, Miss.. «ill arrive home tcnight to spend (he Si" federate Veteran lii this county. LAvtd Draton Hatcher of near Ar- mcrcl, and the cross' of'military s'Bt'vlcc in the World war to Ar- ihur:: Wilks Bowcn . of Osceola, grniidscn of Cant. .Charles Bowen of.- the Win- Between the : Slates who. \vas. the organlxer of Ihc Hornet's ,Ncst in Mississippi comi- from the Lieutenant Samuel Cliarry chapter of Utllc Rock. Mrs. C. F. Tucker has been named by the stale regent as slate chairman of national defense, which gives Ihc chapter two members on Ihc stale board as Mrs. Clark is a member by vlilue <f her of lice. IJy-laws of Ihc new group arc Iffilng draflcti by Mrs. Hiram Wylic and Mrs. Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Matthews, of St. Louis, will come tomorrow to be the guests of Mrs. Matthews' parents. Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Taylor. Mr. Matthews will spend a week here before going lo Balli- m:rc where he has accepted a civil service position. Mrs. Matthews will Join htm there hi about a. month. Mrs. Ashley Haddick and daughter, Janice, of LIUlc Rock, came -Mrs; Clark received the ; pri/e for Ihc .''best- individual scraptiook on "Robert-E. Lcc" by his, son. .As .retiring, president, r she ^\vas presented -a' set of Arkansas Centen- plalcs and a past president's pen by the division. The CriUen- cten.county• group gave her a pottery vase nnd the Elliott Fletcher cliaplcr pf which she is a member n'rcsciUcil her wilh right silver fork's. ' Mrs. Clark nnd Mrs. Hiibencr were'accompanied to El Dorado by Mrs, W. M. Tnylor and Mrs: Loy Wcloh, of here, and Mrs. Hudson of : Tyrqitea, ! Rhodes and Mrs. Mills, as co- hostesses. Mrs. John VV. Edrlngtan gnvc a review of her trip to California. * * * Mrs. Fletcher'Lends Chile Nine members oi Ihe Junior Circle cf the Womans Auxiliary of the Christian church studied the epistles ol Romans, Philippiann and Ephcsians in the home ol Mrs. R. M. Fletcher this week with Mrs. Fletcher teaching the lesson. Mrs. I/. C, B. Young WHS elected secretary- Instead of Mrs. Welby Young who had 'resigned. Mrs. Rnnkhi was a guest of the circle. The three succeeding epistles will be studied tn the home <f Mrs. Bruce Ivy on Nov. 30. * * * Mrs. Coiner. Hostess . Mrs. Raymond Coiner was hostess to her two-table bridge club in her home on Union avciuis Friday aftei'mbn when Halloween decorations were used in the playing rooms.. All the members were present. A pair of pottery vases went to Mrs. Robert H. Kendrbk for highest score. Tiie club is playing tomorrow In the li:mc of Mrs. E. S. Crilifiekt. * » * 'Mi's. Jackson Entertains '•''Fourteen guests .were entertained with a bullet supper in tho home of Mrs. Hale Jackson on Saturday night, going later to Ihc home of Mrs. Ben Butler for an evening tf bridge. The color scheme of yellow and white was achieved with white and yellow chrysanthemums centering the table and yellow candles in crystal hoklers. * « -* John Q. Adams of Scarcy and Little Rock, Arkansas field representative, for the Federal Land Bank, was here Uo days this week visiting Ge:rse Doyle, treasurer- 'Hie back seat driver promotes Head Cciirlcr Nrw-s «nnt. i«ls. ast nlshl. to upend the weekend 'safety, says George Saundci's. Colo- here wilh Mrs. Haddlck's inolher, ;rrt([j secretary of slate, because, he Mr.s. Wyntl Henley. | keens -the driver conscious ot U\c Mrs. Russell E. Smoot and Dr. haaards"ahead Elkins of Mounds, III., came yes-' Icrday afternoon for a brief visit with Mr. Smoit who was Injured iu an accident here yesterday morning when he was called from Molmds because of his father's critical Illness. His father, J. p. Smoot, who was stricken wilh paralysis while visiting his daughter, Mrs, E. F. Blomcyer. anr) family, is resllim well al the Walls hospital lodny. Mr. Smoot's brclhcr. Samuel C. Smool of Campbell, Mo.. | nnd graiuldnitglitcrs, Mrs. Sterling 1 Wood of Walnut liidge. Mrs. M. c. Cooke Jr., of O:rntng, and Mrs. when it's so (heap to telephone? And here's how cheap It Is to call from— (from) To . . . Sikcsion. Cape fiirnr- (Ic.iu, fllo Blythcvilte Day Night Mo. 'ific Il5c fific ifatfon-1«-ifoflonra1l* M ralei aTio tippiy oil doy Sunda/ SOUTHWESTERN BEU TELEPHONE CO. HEMORRHOIDS Ciii'i-d Without .Surgery, and Ciiitrnnlccd A very safe and harmless mclliml; without conrinciiient. lo bed. los-s of lime from work and with very little rtlscom- forl.- All types of piles, fissures, fistulas, etc., treated by our office methods. DRS. NIES & iNIES Ollnlc Alt Main - - Blstlwtlle. Aid rhonn Ufl ^or Ptoslr, Ani- insfs and -Foullry. Harmless and Painless, Contains No Poison. Will if.oU.i- ly- Safe for chlldreh's eyes Use Dr. Black's Eye Walec freely and Irequentlj; to keep the ejcs clean Use tt for-;ied and Pink Kyes, for Aching, Burning, lired, Tullclihig, Watering, Weak, atraincu nnd Ini- talcr) £yes, caused by dust, sun glare, reading seeing, mploiIng, picture slio'ws^ r niainifacturlua , plants and shops Dr. Black's Cje Walcr Is guaranteed to give satls- fidtlon/^buy a bottle today from Borum's^ or any drug store and be ARE rwi al Ihe m-rcy t>t a stilfflr -lanecn. imoUwi lirarl cola? VBv clirtHre so nmrli mlier? ? A HUle trll will Eooihis (lie Irtltalcrt n»iii membriiit!. chick Ihe sh«Silus ib. neve tiic suirtiucss. and lirtu von to brcntlie marc rasllv. Al o ruU kielitbolglun) vltornuslv °° 'he elicit ana back to Improve tUe local btoo<l circulation, antl tluu gam cx:-a hjiu ta Hlievliij cj;a dti- comio-U Biro u o.i i;u (o.-c'n.ud *,^ U 'f 11 ? 1 "? to M W l«»ilacll« aim iieuraisla (Juo to colas. 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SATURDAY Also cnHo<]M Trail." Final A- serial "'Oregon chapter. C'linliiuions AlhDis. All )>:iy Saturday lllc & 2(Jc Sunday-Monday lOVii SOlHIiBV "Mo'nlti" it baclr...learned \n'h FranchoT RUTH •»* LEE HUSSEY • BOWMAN , Atiyn John Bernard JOSIVN • MI1.JAN ' NEDEU Mary Beth HUGHES Creeled bv ftUSKY 6ERKEUY Produttd by FREDERICK STtrHANI AlFn I'aramoiiTit and short, "SWING IIOTK1."— OAKI, KVLKK, HOME TOWN BOY, is in lliis ilic.rl, so dim'l miss it. Continuous show Sunday. Aciiu. Sen. Mat. <fc Night lOr. ,t ">Rc. Adm. Monday Matinee ICe, A 2Gc Admis. Monday Nighl lOc & ;!Cc ROXY Frl.-S»*.-Sun. Friday - Saturday HEW UNtVERSAC PICTURE Alsxi ciirtnon & sfriil "Figiilinj Devil Uogs." Coiiliiniotls show Sat- tirchiy. Sunday - Monday

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