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TlMtt, M, Personals Dr. Paul B. Petty of the College rf Education is in Tulsa, Okla.. whore he is serving as consultant 1o a discussion group, at Â« regional conference sponsored by the American Association of School Administrator?:. Mrs. Otto Wan tuck returned Thursday from St. Louis. Mo.. \vhere ,Â«he has boon for the past two weeks at Barnes Hospital, following major wireery. The M. W. Slusher family has hern railed to Virginia by the impxporteri drain'of Mrs. Slush- er'g oldest brother, Harnld McCoy 'in Belspring, Va. Lf. and Mr?. Dan Robert? of i Enid. Okla.. wiÂ»rfi ihn Easter I guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, j .lark Robertr, and sisters, Misses . Monte and Mary Hnberis. Â· Dr. and Mrs. Harold A. Hulan ! and daughters. Su??i:i. Knlhy, and } Eeisy h.T-p rcinrned from Dallas, i Texas, whrre Dr. Dulan aUcnried ' the Southwest Social Science Con-| ve.ntion. i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mjiddy and j .Mr. and Mrs. Warmn Flalh n( Fedora. Iowa. left, thi- mornin; I to return home offer ^isiiins hrrr j u'ith "Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon An- j VETS' EARNINGS SOAR- N'r.vscharl above, based on Ccn- si:r. Bureau report, showÂ§xthat veterans of World War II have bigsfir and faster growing incomes than non-vets. The rapid rise in veterans' incomes is believed to be the result of better Cttucation under the CI Bill of Rights. -ibifuary ' Mr. nnd Mm. Clifford r,nl!ah*r and Children. R?y and Katie, havr rrhjrncd *o their home in Oklahoma City, Okla.. pf'er vjgiiins here with Mr. Oollaher's mother. Mrs. E. C. Gnllaher. Mr. and Mr?. Frpri Darlny'anrt rhHdren. Charles nnd Claire, of [oÂ«'3 City. Iowa, a IT ijurplr of Mr'. parleys mother, Mrs. C. C. Yar- riri^tou. The D;jrley'c. nccom- panicd by Mrs. Yarrinpton, vill dri^e to Tuir.i. Okla., Thursday. Â·\vherr Mr. Darley will appear nn a pro era in a! Tul.^n University. They will return Friday. Â£r1\frti*;r In t^ Robrri L. Wilkinson Rn^erl \,. \vnki:ipon. T!. rn 1 ami nf Purely. Mo., for fhp pa?=* \ fvvo ye.-irs. rlieri in hi? home at i Purrly yestrnlpy nftcrnoon al 6 : 3 0 ' : n'rlork afirr a few minutpp illile.". j ,llr n-as born in Gcorsia on M a y ; i 3. 1S77. Hf VSF 3 fonnnr CUF- j ' Indian ana member ijf (he Bapi.ir-J ; .Church or Stony Point, Ark., a n d ; 'Â· T pns member nf Springdalc Â· Â· Oddfcllo\v Lodpr. Hi? v/ife, Mrs. i Rosclta Wilkinf-'nn. rlierl in 1H-1H. Â· I He i? Ftirwied hy nnp son. Frnci [ | \Villrinron, nf MnnpK, Mo.; l\vo ! ; dnu^htcrs. Mr?. Lizzie Morn.- nf j | Monet t. Mo., and Mrs, Mary j i l.upcr nf Fpy^MevijIr;; one brother, j j Tnm Wilkinson nf S.TH An;eln, : Tr\ f T-.; in ^rmidr-hildrcn and 21 MAE MARSHALL'S PRIVATE HOME POR UNFORTUNATE GIRLS Seclusion And\Expcn-.fiK P^id T-l. 934 F.dmtind Bnx IPfi Oltlahoma j Fi'nT.-)! fjrranr.rmrnf? . 1hÂ° dirrt!!ion rf Nntron's i Homr, are incomplete. I 1 "' in era 1 EVERYTHING IN PLUMBING and SUPPLIES F A Y f c T i E V I L L E IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVI. FREE Color Plans For Every Room James Dillord Collins KuriTr! r-rrvjrt? fnr .lame? DM- lard Collin;. W. resident nf Comb? : tincp ]an2, Â«'hti died Friday in Die ; home of hi? daughter. Mrs. George i S;indrr, c . was lo bf conducted thir Â· nrtrnioon nt ? o'rlnrk jn (he Com' munily Church at Cfnih^ by Ihr I RrÂ»-. Rr-nnpr nsvi5. as^fclrri by 1hr ( i Rev. Norman Drakr. Burial 'vas 'Â·? : 1 be in Comb? ccmelery under the i direction of Moore's Funeral ' , Chapel. Mr. Collins had- been a i j member of the Primitive Baptist ! I Ch'ircli fnr morf ihpn 50 ypfirp. '' 'dnfdraror- Coldrt lA C Â· ia Cttlor* Cobihe snd KRKE Color I'ltn ARIA ARTIST--C h a r li e (he Chimpanzee gives out \vith a long, high note t (or maybe he's yawning), at thft 7,00 in Silver Springs, Fla. Whether singing or sighing, Charlie certainly is protesting at the number of funny-looking humans he must view from his cage each day. BOTTLED IN ECNO (ifcl tOO PROOF [Â«'Â« $ni KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY ALL* KUU. * YEAR* OLD IM W* mm tnwit. IWMU. rr STARTS AT 9 A.M. TUESDAY Vint hi Vayctlcvillc After-Easter SALE Three Easy Woys to Buy 30-Day- Charge, 5-Month Contract, Our Entire Stock All-Wool GOATS and SUITS Including such famous labels as *Rblhmoor + Â· Â· Â·Youthcraft. Group No. I Values to $55 \ Group No. II Values to $70 Group No. Ill Values to. $99.95 *Handmacher *Donny brook $ 29 Our Entire Stock Ail-Wool SWEATERS Vi Price 100% Irish Linen KNIT DRESSES Values to $25.00 $ I9 00 51 and 60 Gauge Famous Brand NYLON HOSE Reg - and DarkHeets $100 Values to $1.95 One Group EARLY SPRING DRESSES Â· , i Vi Price One Group Gossard and Permalift Brassieres and Girdles Cotton Reduced 33 Nylon *Reg, $1,95, Now 96^ Â«Reg. $2,00, Now $1,34 . Â·Reg. $3.00, Now $1,99 , Â· Reg. $6,98, Now $4.65 Â·Reg. $12.50, Now $8.30 ; First Quality Anklets Values to 59c Darks and Pastels CTMS=*X V-*- Heavy ^Plastic Garment Bags Suit or Coot Lengths, Zip Closing, Clear Only 00 Value $2.00 $ l Wool or Rayon SKIRTS $198 Values to to $12.50 All First Quality Combed Cottons From Famous Mill: Values to $1.25 59 Sheers and Regulars Â·3 CLEARANCE SALE! Outstanding Groups WOMEN'S FINE HATS $ A 45 Regularly $5.95 to $10.95 ^" Thrifty Group! Just A7 Regularly $3 to $5.00 S P R I N G S T R A W S Children's All-Wop! Suits and Coats Sizes 12 mos. to 6 years $1-79: Values to $l!.6b Some With Matching Hall.