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PAGE TWO -BLYTHEyiLLB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS NEVPS COMPLlMtNTARV 1ICKET Tills, T^et Will Admit Ed Collier & Companion Armorcl —lo me— BITZ THEATEB . —lo j«fr- "Jlufiiij On Black Hank" FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvii -coFR.uitwmtuwici.iNC. t.nncc.u s m.orr. I' three .weeks licro with her daUsh- ter. Mrs. U. S. Branson, bud iam- •Ily. I Paul Grccnwcll is resting well at the BlyUicvlllc hospital after Moving undergone a tonslllcctomy , there tills , iriohiing, \ Newton Afihburn spent yesterday In Memphis. Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mis J E Btasley entertaining TueidAy Afternoon club TiKsdJy Contract club niccilng with Mrs John F Rclumlllcr Mrs Hunter C Sliiis cnlerlol(i- Ing Tuesday Biitiup club , Tuesdaj club meeting *IUi_Mis. Jesse jravlE) < 1JF ,a J " * WEDNESDAVS EVENTS Mrs. R. £. . TWSQ . entertaining Wednesday Bridge club Town and Country cHlU meeting ivUli Mrs C Mo-linger / THURSDAY S EVENTS Mrs Chester Naflcrx cnleitnln- Sng Thurtdas Bildgc eiiih ' Double Fom Bridge club meeting with Mrs M T Bmr. Mrs J A. Lcccli liming 'Ihurs- day ^Luncheon club Thurbdoj DeEtcrt club meeting nlth Mis Earl Buckley at Rustle Inn Mis Loy Welch ciilertaiolng the Delta Cpniiact club Tliur'dni Aftciiioon club meeting \tllli Mrs Randolph Smith Mijs Cecil Slyme having Mid- Week Bridge club FRIDAY'S EVENTS EMCiilhe Boaid, Woman's Missionary Union, First Binlkt clluich, meeting \ulli Mis II L Clnmbcis, 2:30 o'clock. United Daughters o' Confedciiui and Diwghleis of American Re%o- lution tjloiib. ring boat dnUcc on "Capitol' Colloulno foolbnll game Bits of Newi Mostfy Perionxli MONDAY, OCTOBER "30," Osceola Society — Personal Ilic. nev. Alfred Carpenter and a ,>roUp jrdm the First Baptist Church Iti Blytlievllle attended Ihe services last, night. C I f«^.L • >•' 1WI1 J '"' Ilalc , Jacksoti liostcs ipOOiiS Jamboree Will j AUrnctively covered lab Be Held At Armory j Hpouks, goblins and grlzzily spec- '(rrs of nil types will be seen and. hrflri) at the • Spooks vjambofi'te- . wlilch Is being sponsored tomorrcw Mrs. bora Dauman, ol Mcmpiajj'''^ 111 »t'"'"* Armory by Ihc Par- Is spending this week here as lii'r> cllt Teacher ass*tatlon of Ihe {fudbtiiy school. From ECS'cj) o'clock ECt M!S . AUrnctively covered lablcs v/crc Uve s«'fcenert porch of f 0r UK BhbUI luncheon given on Wednesday fcr 'fourteen guests. Following hiiii-hcoh Ihc .allcniooti was spent In 'playing were given. Demonstration Club .News Notes "I bououed it foi - Ihe Hallowc'cii irmsquei'adc. Now watch me win Hint apple-bobbin' contest!" Surprised on Bulluls> Five' friends of Jiliy. Helen Tlndnl surprised her with a birthday pills at her home Saturday night ,Miss initial, \\lio attends (he t/nhcrsily of Arkansas at I'avctU' ville, was spending the \\edsenii here \vith her parents, Mi and Mifc, C Tiudal After, K'fls had been opened the hostess' molhci scncd ice cicaiii nilli birthday cake To Ka\c Masquerade Dance lonurrow Night One of the nuns Halloween ccl- ebiatlons being planned foi tomorrow night be a nwsqumcle Steele-Gombir Sociely-^PersoriaJ llostcss lo lilhovvc'rii i'iirly,', • Mrs; A. \V. Jordan wns hostess lo foin Inbleji o! bi'iilgc. t'l'wls nt an claboiftlc Haiibwc'en party nt liel bcaulUul new couhlryjliomc on Illglroaj Gl Wedhesdny iiight.. The ciUllclioznc lyns deeo^ftlcd (iiroiigh- oul in the Hallowe'en sclieine 'W ' licr ciaui;hler Mrs. Pally.'-Hnya.l, \\l\a \uii> ntllrcdi-ln a,liinck; velvet/ costume, ncting ns (lie vltch, wlio asslslcd in the entertainment. Capps-Millcr Rites Soleuinizfecl Ocl. . of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Webb' and film |l) r . Miss Dorrine Swnffer, :t llvagga- (ioclo, Mo., spent the weekend, licr'c as the sites! ol Miss Jeanhe llaril- , Mr., and Mrs. W. C. flylcc' and son, W. C. Jr.. who rccpiitly moved (o jlclcim. sppnt yesterday here with Misses Gcraldiuc nnd Doroihy Mr. mid Mrs. SamUel F. Morris and daughter, Ticeii, n'nd ,M:rrls King Thompson spent the weekend In Pace, Miss, with Mrs. Morris' wollie) 1 , MiVi. Robert E, l^cc King, wlio went <lo\vu for a six w'ceks' vlall before rcUmilng here rov Ihe Christmas liohdiiys. Clnraice Volhner. who has been In n Memphis luspllal Ucrnilsc of broken leg, has reUmied liere to spend a few days before going to Corning. Drs. Carl and Edna NlM and Imi Hnllpircch i'arly ...^«.. ...^ .Kiivnujyii t,i..i j|/..*,v plans for v Hall"wccn iiiirly lo playing bridge but no Hi'l/es | b( ,. K|V ' ^hC' nl the Woman's jeliib were cotriplclc'd al' a niect- ; ,. 'Ins of the Varliro Home nc'moii- is Jllrlhdii.v Party Utralum chib Tuesday aftemoon Mrs. p. M. Moore entertained y;iih. Mrs.-Ernest French Mrs: H, ovjlock, there will lock inlil 9-30' ' •' Ml Moore Clll(!rwmci1 WUi.MV. be foit?i n I MI \W fm ^ys nnil girls of the fixlh K , iJ CC n UC lUHllllC It'll- ui-arln u-iHi .-,,„„„., ..,,,1 <,. n, n ,,l* n i At The Hospitals Walte Hosplia! '• Mrs. Howard Beylll, city, aclmlllcd. Joyce Bolc-s, city, admitted, Mrs. M, L. Bmdfield, Lillxurn, Mb.-, admitted. ' Mrs. T. c. orlssom, Uvcss, iifi- inltled. " Mrs. K. R. passmortv -Marked | Tree, ndmlltcd. • ] Ear! Damon, cily, admitted. Mrs. C. W. JIarmon. Manila, dismissed.. . W. :>!. Simpson, Armorcl, dismissed. ' Bessie llem|)liill, cily, dismissed, Blytlicvljle Ucspltiil Miss Matlie Elders, .city. nciniiuetl. Paul R. Grccnwell, city, iidmlUid. Mrs. E, F.'Cunningham, city, riis- co-hostess to tlib 12 tec. is ill charge of the jamboree. Msr. of the association. Givcs Wcliicr Roast ,.,... r--- » donation to the church'.*, Mrs; 'Hcrhy Youn demonstrated i-lfcS? to. iiijike two kinds cf croclfetecl rilRS and Mrs. C. E. Pni'lrcr' dpiiionsli'ated n now rv-i.i u. n.v- .nuv.-aiLuii ft rtim ,,,,-; . ,,-i \. Kam ^ committee arc Miss Mnry • u » v ! c 'son v A ««»}' de'csrnlcd laWe- HiiMcr, Mrs. Fred Piecmon, Orn- t iu . lha - val ' (1 lw»M;lhc cliocolaUj cnke ham Wrlelit, Miss Ruth Uostick yellow .candles In soki- Miss Leila Beck were In 'Memphis Saturday hlght for llic lecture oi H. V. liaUcnboi-n, noted commen- tiUo'r, nt (lie aiiditorluni. ! j ;.Mrs. R. '({. Hill. Mrs. Edith MR-. C;bi nnd Airs. 0. E. Crlggci 1 • Sr. visited, friends ill Cteeolu ycslerduy. Mrs. Hill was guest of Mrs. Htiyry Miller nnd Mrs. McCool aiiit 'Mrs. Crlggcr visited Mrs. L. p. Clecre, . ...Mr. nikl Mrs. Pnul Jflnbkley. of Memphis, spent the weekend 'litre wllli Mr. and Mrs. Eiii'l Buckley nnct family. Sirs. Charles Swain returned. .Mils GSCEOLA. zUk.; Oct; 30.—A wed- . inoniins from IjntllesburB. Miss.. On the dccomtlcns committee , Ml '*- "• c -• nnvtesoli entertained me Mrs. E. F. FIT, Mrs O E ' wcn '>' small .tots -with a wclnev i Kind of .dim sauce. i Quclhnnlr. Miss Eva' Davis Miss ' 0ilRl allcl HaMoAyccri pai'ly in her I A Halloween motif was carried i Marguerite Silaz, Mrs Union' Boi'l llowc an<l S' nl '' d ' Thursday aflor- out 111 Ihe party. Guests were re-1 ryiniiu nnd Mrs. Marlon Willinms ! 1100 " ln ll0 " 01 ' of ' I . lc " lllUl ljir "'~ cch ' {d ntl lll « ' lo01 ' lj >' <> »'Hdi- 'J* llc 1 Members- of the sideshows aiirl tln >' ° r licr itiiiiBlH'er, Alice Aiuv centerpiece of the refreshment In" "-••'•'"- • ••i..--..;. .-...-• I |, |c W!ls tt j,, ck 0 -! anl ' crn -u-omid ivhicli wns arranged autumn leaves and tapers In holders msde from Kirs of corn. Durins the social hpur, contests were held jvllh Mi's. B. A. 'Biigg, Mrs. Ross Moore, and Mrs. Robert Thompson whining. Frankfurters and home made candy ivere serve:l with hot chocolalc. The nexl meeting will he Nov. ti JIT tiie home of Mrs. George Bmicli. missed. Thoiuss Van missed. Jiislin missed. Alfred missed. Ehncr Inlsscd. .Memphis' Mctlibiiisi Ilo.tpU.il Mrs. A. P. Blair,'Manllh. acluiiUc'd, Memphis Baptist IkipUal Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Jial), cily, 11 daughter; Dibber, city, dls- V;u> Bibber, city, dls- Van Bibber, city dis- Goo=h, Lx-nehville, dls- llic publlelly .committee. and Mrs. Williams. Mrs. E. S SisV:! coloml "'"'oW™-.. , , anil Mrs. W. C. Colston itre on 'Fortune telling; gueteing games • ' i and contests iimuscd. the children. 1 who .were .als(i'. ; stvch;• Hnlloween liais for favors.; :' :; : :..- 1 Wntle McHeiirj* of 'i!>uxora was line cnly out-of-towii guest. i ' -.' - •'• f.: • The .Rev. nud Mrs. Guy Turner ' Hulls, Tennessee, with Mr. nnd Mrs. T. G. Avery of that city drove that came as a surprise lo ^! the .couple .was Hint of Miss Mnrj:ric Ahh Miller of. this cily ,to iimn'.s . j.tit. Capps Jr.. of Frcuoh- where .she hail yjslied licr Mrs. Laura yiiinis' since Thursday. Mrs. Young returnod home with her for a week's visit wil.li her. and another daughter, Mrs. F. L. Htis- Biiypli, trlilcli dcciiricil Lcjliliito %'nAimlay , nlghU del. 'H. < baiids, nnd Dr; HiisViaiids. nnd'wns liiVhomiccd ifet week lj',-|" Cy GVCCII is in CanniVicils clinic MlllcV of Osceola. . , • .,,,- ', • • ' I •' ^- lil -^ 1 ' 'a ll » vniiiijuuii .1 1-111111; her iinrqnts, Mr., nml Mrs. Hurry,I [xl Memphis where he is receiving Hold Meeting Hcre ' . . One hundred delegate.? from ten of Hulls. Tennessee. « ; cei'eiiioiiy \vas perforjiiftii .tlic Rev.'Leonard-if. Fielder.- pastor of Ihe Clnislian church oV LcpSiHo, in Ilic presence of .olily Iliiiiibdiate fricuds. Por'Uft cerciilohv the bride I | ticallncnl f:r a broken ahklo. Dr. W. M. Owen fook him there Fri- wore ,, costume of hnW chitloii *Hh' matching accessories. .he er.hd- ' day. :. Miss Belle WhilslU- left Saturday .for Chicago on a uuvins Ivin for ! Hie Miss 'wiiitsiU'.s shop". She wns her sister Mrs Jo Arkansas'-, cities atendcd the meet- in j of ilic Arkansas C:ln Amvisc- mi'iit Operators held here yesterriav afternoon nt-the American Legion tint. The meeting here was arranged by O, M. Morgan and John Nbfcn. Fri'jl flagsdalc. of Little Ro:k, president, A. J. Demers, of Little HOflr. nttornoy, and Miss Ltiiise of Uttle Rock, secretary, conducted 'Ilic meeting here. - "' Nctll Reed wns the ;j:iuclpal spcaker'of the afternoon. The business session was followed by din-' 'ncr at-Bobo> Glcmr.c Hold'" Grill. Cities with representatives here were: .Helena. Camdcu. [ J iue Bluff. Joncsborb. Little Rock, Fort Smith, Arkndclphin, Rtisscllvillc, Couaay, and Brinkjcy. "*<™rMnfc( ° c dancc^to Ire given at the cotinlrj olUb * " Tile' .('fair \\l\lch begin 1 ; ii( nine o'clock is being spons led In the Young People's club of the Imnnc- ulalc Conception thuich 1'iih Eighteen friends ol Rcsemaij Monaghan \vlblicd her a linppv blrtiidaj Saturday nflcrnoon wiieii thcj xvcic enteilaincd «Hh a paid at hei ho.nc Fhc coniiics ticcouilcit Ihe cake which \\ns served with ice cieaui bj (he hosted mothci. Mi's Matt Motiaelwn Jr •Balloons'.which floated nboul Ihe jooms were gucn the ihlldrcn as favors. Amuseiiicnts Included fishii'ig poiici frcm which each guest- drew 2 toy wrapped In Halloween paper Piiluics ot the chikhcn \seie also matli! during the nlter- hoon. icore prize to Miss Eugenia Jenkins. All of the gucsU wri'c prc- •cnled loiUiiu/ \vllh each rcceiv- Ihg '•anV hidivjdiltlO gifl^from' i'nu witch's ro'flime pot, wtilclt 'was prcwnled by Airs, Iliizel. : ". '1 he _ hostess serveci grape juice rtuilng' Ilic games niul ttt ihc close of (ho evening she serveil ciiibken and Mrs. .« : inti i^.3 c ,, Memphis here with her ; eUy, ^s^diitiled. fi^m bkceolh l llumts - "- 1 - «»" Mrs: -"">» Wai . .. iiieh .school W. 1937. Tlih bvit\c?room.i dcu. Miss t.'lidwlclies, lilckles, olives, bcimininity, pumpkin pic topped wills whipped ', Atlendanl-s of -the couple cream nnd drinks ' '" " Bianson. .wlio Is. "Brcnau college vine, Are, nigii.ucnopi. is.assoiimen , ohincsville. Ga.. came ycslcidnv w ' lh t -' 1 .\ 0 ': 1 ?: 1 . M -., Sp ^:? 01 l 1 . 11 ; lU - v . 1 , 1 .l for a visit with her pa,rub, &H and Mr.'j. U. S. Brun.soii, and fnin- 11;\ , She slppiic'd here as she u is nhroVilo lo school from DCS Mohirs hi., where she iiid been .iltondiiit 1 18th national convention Snapping turtles arc ciip oil tlic ground. able to to bsceola Thursday night for Ihc., one iipplicnnt In every 3000 revival services being held at Hit j rises from extra ranks to lending Baptist Church by tiie Rev. K. H. roles in motion pictures; one Westmoreland of Houston. Toms.' every 55,000 attains stardom. 6 Feel Fine, Use This All-Vegetable Here's the laxative '.tliixt acts as j time for sleep, acts thoroughly ant: thoroughly, as Imrslicr ones, but- is j gently, ami relieves .constipation's a- gentle .persuader .for intestines j headf-ches. biliousness, irritability when iiscd this way; A .quarter- to a I bad breath. BLACK-DRAUGHT'S hnlt-teaspoonfiil Of spicy, aromatic | main ingredient is nn "iiitcstina: BLACK-DR AUGHT on your "tongue tonight, a,'drink of- water — there you arc! : TJicn (his all-vegetable laxative ii.sii.tlly alldivs iilctity of toiiic:laxative." which licips lout (lie intestinal muscles. Millions o packages used prcve its incrlt. Economical—25 to W doses. 25c. Easy to relievo misery rtjJLesi- witlioiit "dosing". mill thrait. clic.it, and back with . . . USED CY 3 out OF 5 MOTORS I h is big heavy.duly "Victoty" model THpn wlih my other '.vashci. Has TJror Eupar-foaluree. Tub porcelain both MuKt-yaaa non-tcng!iag Suiiei- . cover, at.j sides. - ftgilator. Rubber cushioned l. , motor— i}uie!< vihralionlDSB. Oiled {or . , Extra la ryo cushioned roll wringer, Gloaming polar- while, soap rcsictln^ th!s}i, Soo ihis ne;v supar-voliio today. HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. .1. W. ADAMS, Mgr. Miili) & 5th I'lmnc ?.:!!! .... Prcnchihiui IJnyou where (hey will make llieir liouic.. He is (lie .son :f '•Mr. and i\ivi>. J. M. Cnpiis of Unit Lucky Kiltci'taincO, Voliner Cainpbell \vfts lios ..'Mr. nnd Mrs. .l.ce.Maxwell of this j i' hl . AssociiHcd Collcuiale Press. She city ntul Hurley Keadiicks of l,e- j j s edilpi 1 of Ihe Breiinu animal l ml 't° r - ' i (Ills year. Blie plans lo leave foi 1 IDS'! lo her Ulrky Nine Bunco Ihc following guests, MI Hopper, Mi-s, James Reid and Mvs.t Oils Cooper at her home Wednesday afternoon. , ! The high score prize went to co rliii) T'nrrfisl Pih/ rs. Tom * urrQSl V»y Bprii A.(laughter was borii to Mr. and Mrs. 'Sheldon Hall yesterday nioni- hig a.t six o'clock at the Mcmplil; Eapllst hospllfll liio bab , ulio wcli-iiea seven jiounds aii'd. '.'en nnd uie half ounces, has been named Litbj Virpiuu Mu> ll.ill is ibo foft'ncr Mits Mnr>' Virglntii Arnold of Memphis. AH Cluli Members Attend Simper I'arty All Nifehl part} Mr. ami Mrs. Rodney L at tticlr lioiuc. Piipprr nav sene,l al Miioll tn- blts which h.id cenlciplfccs ot roses. Olhcr .Hovers' which Orc- oialcd ti.e Jning nnd >.UH 10011^ were uiarlLoIds nuct thn ^uithc- to Mis T N.-, Brignnc'c and low^ scoic to Mrs. Cooper. 'Hie hostess j served refreshments. Young Jinlfoiis iiiiicrlained. Mrs. ! seliool lonmi'i'OH 1 j Miss Nancy KtrslUier, who nt- p i r\ i = tends the nursing school of the on'Gsk'S At USCCOla ^lelllOdist hospital In MLinpiiis , i Kliciil yc'sleixlny here with her \n enls. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Klrshnci 1 . and son, Bobby, who motored her back last .nUjhl.. iNfrs. Ijiithcr \Vtilinms. who h.is Uccn qiiilc ill ill- her home on rifiii street : slncc Friday, is resting well lodiiy. Mrs, W. B, Fullcrtoii, of Diiwsoii >'.. i nflcr having spent ClSQEOLA" Ark.. Oct. 30.—The cv. j. .y. C:bb, IVesbj'ierlan pas- ii- of FoiTcst City, was the gvicst nt the held al, church in this city Tuesday night. Clihrlcs E. Sliilc'nger ncleel as loasl- V Hie oc'cnsion which was lookins lotard Ihp.organlzaUou ct: } -«, -^*^. "N the Hullowcen motif . ncd out in ilic decoralimis \vliU-h '"»» of « committee incliidiug as. mUtidcd a witch's fortune not and, G1 " !t ; s n11!l °- B - Dnvcr. who will llw pu/c froin Ihls wriiV lo Mrs. select officers, lime and place of Maislnll nurroughs. | mccllug and other objectives of] The hi°h score I;IICM pfiw ulj™ 0 ' 1 ll clui) !llHl report at the next Ijildge ucnt to Mrs. 'atcelc and {monthly mcctlii!;. high prizr went to Mrs. Basic) 1 ! Fifteen men were present al the Mr. ;lhd Mrs. li. A..l,ynclv received hlth s-ore prl/c- In Hit 1 bridge games \\htch (olowcd • • * Tu Have 1'nrlj Members of Ilic \Villh.g Workers 5unda\ school. clats ot ti.c First Christian church wijl be en-' tcrlaiiied : by Ihelr teacher. Mr.s. Cecil liowe, nt a Halloween party iontorrovv iilght. nt hrr iiomc. The affair wll begin nt 7:30 o'ciock. rntrrlnilli'd. Mrs. Cilyim While wns lioslc.ss I" 1 ri luc'silny . Ih^ductccrs club lit li'i r home in Cooler this week. The j Halloween mollf \va.s elTrciivrly j Urlver. cirricd out In IHu (U'c'oViilioiiK. !'" lo Jhe liich MOff i>rfee. wi'iil Miv ilovd Waijs'tcr wlio'iilso iri\;«l bridge-awnrj., wfonil hlsui tiwlft, Aflalr went (o Mi's. Sidney* J Mtllei oi..! leiisei 1 . hiilj honyj; 1 , went lo Mrs. Velnicr • vWiml Inblcs covered with white cloths and centered with small vases of flowers in brown and gold rolor.s. Those present weve H. C. livyau,! Oeovi;c D:ylc, Joe Cvomer. James C. B. Driver, nufns C. of Pecan Point. J. A. Croslhwailc. A. W. 13oweii. Chni'lrs ,'i C'olemiin. E. S. Chiles. Henry James '•• Hook and Charles Sul- I TS M!=y to <rct civile'^ Teller stully liO'M 115 v.llll Mrilthol Tl'l- .^ootllh-.g olhlmrill rrf llic lor^l fons^sllou. tli'n li^ lo (M'nr tl>c brfnlliii^* MvlUiiotauinl ;\\>o c'nrcl; MVCi^lns.-., sfiT.nlcsf tlur :r >-oo;:vf? tr^U^r-d m . lirou'.otf.i hoflHn 1 :. AH'l Us \.iiv-: IIUcvvl-c rarry cofufort tlcni nuo [. --' ' rhc hnstcss tcrvctl (ruil sabd iEc-' -hn'.fs. crackers (nid lord Uolland News JJUs Alc.aDdcr \\t& lo iMIon Jninci Siuilh Hie wedding of ML-» Alhic Alc\ aiictcr of Etccle and \tlon Jam- fcnilth <f Holland, nns iolcmni,"-< Salurdaj iiiahl. nt CoruthusMlle! by Ihc Rev Pail' Bjnum .it his home. They •,vcre-"attentlc(l:byMr. ami- Mrs ben Uail"j, o! Holland The biida lias atlcndcd the fatccle Mrs. Miut-ivn Tucker and clul- <irc-n of Hakorsvillc .«nrul yertcr-] day at. Cooler xvllli Mr. aril Mrs, i -.'olui- Tuekei: • i M •., Htrodiy tiiildirk of w.ir- 'lell r. visiting friends and re!;v- jllic- m Cooler Ihis svc'ekk. i ;\fi'-'; Rntii Jjookcr n! .Jrflrrvon 'd(\ Mo., arrived yesterday fora '\lil with her slslers. Mts.'Wnl'.er I XVcbb and Mrs. Fiuyuioml tiiyiml. Mrs, Vclina' I'lilliam spciil yc>- Ici'day nnd tnclay in Memphis v.lili: fridifls aiid loohki;: atlcr lu'r t;\:Mi hiUir>t« iirnr ^Iriri])hl<;. Mrs. !•'. E. \Vnlrrs \\iis a visl'.i>r Tlie Sp'ccltrl De Ltne Short Sedan, HO3' echool • for the (tasl- three Mr Emltli U employed nl Holland b} h!s UliJlc, Hnrj-y Bailey tlicy vill Ttsitfc nt Holland 111 ISlylhevlllc ycslerdny the .World' War. soltjtas' wtiiltl sliovcl tlifr gas cut of tlic Ivcnchcs after a hcavicr-than-,\ir gas ' altack. All brtllrtiiry Ehovcl.l .HCHON'S "MISSIS5.PPI SESENAOERS" ;: - Kc' t Os FRi. NOV. 3 ••Totally new and different frriit'j stcn) to Stern —new inside, new outside—' , dint's (lie style story of this hig, streamlined bcmity lender of. t|i<i low-price ficlil-Chcvr0lct fof'1911)! it li;is a new "front did,'' of course I—-thcswiinkicst in the ficld-for '40— nnd it.is neir all the way through — the higgtst, protitlcst', tilf-tiw" beauty lender n low price ever bought! You know Chevrolet is Ilic only low- priced car with the'Exclusive Vacuum-Power Shift — with a i'olrc- in-lleait Engitic— will) "Tliu'Rhla- Roytf/."*- But you can't know what tliesc features me;tli in terms of matchless results until you drive and ride in (he citr. Try Chevrolet for 1940, and then you will know tlr.it "Chevrolet's FIRST 85-r|.P. , . VAWE-1N-HEAD SIX No oihftr rhotor car <cn maith its aU- roUnd voluc. Only Chevrolet gWct such bigVi quality ct ioch loW eo:t. . '. . low Prltcs . •. Low Opor- citng Costs . . ; tow AND UP 1 */U Fftnt. AfiVftrVrm- • Trnnff>r>i ratex, slate ami tvc<if.tpipj f,ij.o rfit'fif onil dcccworiw— (Mra. Master filfoTJ Ci/rj^rfori roil iy>> ;tiptivnatrqft)f}.. Prices subject tn . $5 A'cniJr. A general Motors When the \o'canlc. iMftiid Kia-|Vllh iauv«s . flaps on llircc tato.t blcvr tip in 18&3, the itii'r vas nwtl, '. ... 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