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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 10, 1940
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Honor Hjpliit Senior.* High scliooi seniors svho nre members of the First Baptist church were honpred at a breakfast given tills . morning nt tlie church by niembers of the Young Tcoplu's de- partmeirt. Sluty were present tor the affnlr which was at seven In addition to_ the 48 seniors, I other' guests were W. D. McChirkln, J supcrintender..!, of schools, and Mrs. I McOiurkin, Miss Rosa M. Hardy, j principal of the high school, (he ) Rev. and Mrs, Alfred Carpenter, and : the following teachers who nre j menjbers : of "the Baptist church, I Miss 'Luna B. .WiUielm, on'e qf the senior class .spp.csors, Mrs. Farmer , Bj'land, Miss Effle Lee Terrell, • Joe Dildy and Mtcliell Best. I Mr. Mcplurkln and Miss Wllhelm | both fiipke on the program, The ; former.' had for his subject, "My ; Desire for the Seniors' 1 , tinrt the I latter gave a humorous discussion | of "Seniors As They Arc." The In•, vocation .was offered by Mitchell ] Best after which Mrs. Russell Parr i and'.Mrs. Paul U Tl|)lon sajjg no ' origiiial pdc'ni of welcome lo Iho • group. The original response was \ sun^'by a quartet of seniors. Russell i Farr, Guy Rodgers, Don Wilhelm \ anc]^Mil]ard Edds. The program ; was concluded with tho singing of : "Americi" and fho benedtction by ' the Rev. Mr. Carpenter. Low bowls of red roses and mock ; orange were arranged down the ccn- ; tcr of the breakfast table in kcep- \ ing with, the school colors of red j and white. Individual corsages 01 i sprlngi flowers marked the girls' '! places and boulor.nieres, the boys' \ places. Programs were diplomas tied I .with the red and white. , Teachers ar.d officers of the yo'ing j peoples department were In charge I of^ arrangements for. the affair. I They nre Mrs, .Russell Baush, Mrs. Robert Wade Jr., Mrs. R. E. B!ay- I lock, Mrs C. W. Afflick, Mrs. Paul j L. Tiptor:, Mrs. Russell Farr, Miss i Peart, Lee and Mrs. Marion Williams Compliments Mrs, Bp.vd Mrs. Virgil Boyd, w}wse marriage was announced recently, was com< pllriientcd wilh a shower given by Miss Juanice Wnlpole at her home Wednesday afternoon. • Mrs. Boyd was before her mnr- J riage, Miss Martlia Nell Kyle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman \V. ; 'Ky!e. Spri,-g flowers decorated Die cn- trrfamlnj rooms where cards nnd other games were played. After the informal entertainment, the hostess served refreshments of sandwiches and cakes. punch, FLAPPER FANNY - MJ=R. W3»rN«i6CRYiCC, WC. T. M. Rto. U.'J-m.CFr.. Mr. and Mrs, Crawford M. Noble of Jojicsboro and BJyt|jcvl|l«. «re ' vacationing Ri. Miami Bench. They have as their guest* nt the Shore | club, Cromwell Hotel, Frank Fanning, executive of th.o Southwestern Hotels inc., nnd Mrs. Fanning. Mr. mid Mrs. A. Cqnway will Icuve tomorrow for Marshall, Mo (o spend Mother's dtiy with Mr' Conway's niotiier, Mrs. J. T. Con- wny. He/ore returning here, they will visit. Mrs. cpnwwy's brother, C, P. Hllen. nt PlenMinlon, Knns. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. S|_cvwis nnd Johiv llnrj) will go to Conwny tomorrow lo upend Ihe week end with the Elevens' son, Coleman, and oljior Ulythovlllc boys w|i» are students at Hcndrlx college in tlial city. Mrs. Frank Gllsson,' of Forrest "I'll go to college if thu family wants me to—after all, i only four years out of my life." Eleven guests were present for the ; lingerie shower which was a surprise lo the guest of honor. * * • Enlerlam JVjth Supper Members of, tho Adull class of the Baptist. ;, chapel Sunday school entertained 65 chapol members with a supper party last night at the Chapel. Following supper, the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the First Baptist church,' gave the devotional and songs were sung. The Lillle Hock, maid of honor In the court of the May Quceu. Mr. Terry p.ud Mr. Stevens will play with (he band. i * • Arc Hostesses to Club Mrs. LaGronc Whllllo and Mrs, Marshall Blackiml were hostesses to members of the Y. M. B. club and live guests for n party yesterday afternoon nt the Whittle home. Gucsls were Mrs. Eugene Lee, Mrs. Elton Foster, Mrs. John Tyrone, Miss Helen Grimes and Mrs. Frank Glisson, of Forrest Oity. liouscgucst of Mr. nnd Mrs. Bpimrd JlcFarlanri. The sprl;:g scheme ivns carried out in ihe floral decorations of roses, irises ami wyjella and in the salad plate which wns served with iced drinks. High s:orc prize went lo Mrs. McFnrliiiid and low score to Mrs. Frank Myers. Mrs. ira Crawford received tlie traveling prize and Mrs. Gllsson, the guest prim. Appoint Committee To Arrange for Clubhouse A committee to locale grounds for Ihe building of a clubhouse was appointed by Fred Saliba, president of the Syrian-American club at n. meetlr.g of members of the group Wednesday night nt the Woman's club. F. Simon, O. Abrahnm nnd A. G. Shibley of this city, and Mr. Khmi- ry ol Hayll rmrl Mr. Hamra of Seiir nth. Mo., were named to the com- mlltee. Chairman of the. membership commitlee reported that thirty new ligli score prize for the club members and Mrs. Isaacs for guests. * » • Install Officers. Mrs. T. E. Talc wns installed as president of llic Armorel Parent- Teachers association yesterday afternoon at n meeting of the group nt the elementary school. Other officers Installed with Mrs. Tale were: Mrs. E. L. Hale, first vice president; Mrs, 13d,ille Regcn- old, second vice president; Mrs. C A. Anderson, roundup cJialrman; Mrs. Jessie Rldcnour, parllftincnln- rian; Mrs. J. O. Hobgood, scerc- (nry; Miss Marguerite Matthews treasurer; Mrs. Worth Godwin, historian. A plnylet on Mother's Day wns presented by slndonls of the elementary school. The secretary gnv< a summary ol the year's work. Hostesses for the social hom which followed were Mrs. Eugene Pierce. Mrs. C. A. Vinson ami Mrs Barton Pnnky. Has Blrlliilay I'arty jnn- HiiydcrVcqlGbraitetr his fifth birthday yesterday afternoon will a party at his home, 1101 Hollj street. Twenty live of his friends playcc grimes during Die afternoon ant were Inter served cnke and iee cream by the s'oung host's mother Mrs, J. W. Rnydcr. Balloons and "cnndy men' 1 iverr given' for favors lo the Eddie Cantor To Be Radio Proeram Sneaker 31 ty, will return morrow brother, BeiiBi'd her home to- i« vkjted her McFiirland, and FRIDAY, MAY 10,. 19-10. Society—Personal lives before going to Texas where they will make Iheir home, Mr. and Mrs. j>. E. Pcnder are spending a ten days vacation with their son, Howard Pender, and fain- Announces Announcement lias been made of the marriage of. Miss Helen Curry of Stecle and Memphis to William Wilson which ocewrcd in Memphis last September. The bride Is the daughter of Mr ar.d Mrs. W, A, Curry of etceje. She was au honor graduate of the fitcelc high school in 1037 a n ( | later graduated from Drnnghons Business College In Memphis. Since that time she has been employed by the telephone company In Memphis. The bridegroom lived near I lias returned wilh her son, Lloyd Marshall, who is employed In St. Louis, Mr. nnd Mrs, Clay Lewis and children spent Sunday in Cooler as guesls of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. McCann. Mrs. Henry Bos^ell lias been confined lo her home at Cooter the past two weeks by Illness but Is now some Improved. Miss Beauna Carman of Maiden wns a vLslWr here recently. She formurly attended Btcelc high school, Mrs. Carl billcndcr of Flint, Mich., has arrived to be wilh her j«^=v- s s rSMtf- w - — ^ was last year a leaolier In t!ic Hayll school district until )w went to Memphis where ho Is employed, They will make Iheir home in Memphis, * t > Cooler Students Enjoy rlcnic Approximately , too students ot Cooter grade school of the first, second and third grades enjoyed an all day.picnic ill Walker Pnrk in BlylhevUle yesterday lor ihelr annual all day outing. • They were Accompanied by Hie following ieaclicrs: Miss Mis. MeFnrlimd here since Monday. Mrs, w. L. Hovncr and son, Jack and Miss Nannie Clarke Smith are, spending Iho week end in Wheatle.y wilh the parents of Mrs. and Miss Smith. Mr. Horner and Ills mother, Mrs. J, a. Horner, of Bloojij/icld, Mo., who JIBS Ijeen visiting here, went lo Hoi Springs for tlie week end, -, Dr. nr.d Mrs. She.rrel D,ivkl Pat- .on of Washington, D. c., arrived yesterday to sjiend n few day$ here with Dr. ration's mother, Mrs. H. C. ( Putton and family. Mr. juid Mrs. John Ed James will •lienfl the tyeek end In Joneshoro vilh lh,eir families. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. L. Ktiester ami children, Jcrrie nnd David, of the Veterans' hospital post, of Marlon, mil., arc the guests of Mrs. Kuester's slslcr, Mrs. F. O : . lleichci; and family. Tliey have come here especially for the yxmfirmntion of Mrs. Ktiestcr's niccCi Mary Relchel, which vvl|l bo conducted at (he Pilgrim Lutheran clnncl) Sunday. Mrs. Charley Q. Morchead will Mrs. Marcus CUB Rushing and Mis. Jack Rushing. Sandwiches, cdkM,' Ice cream, and drinks were served ot. noon. . t »». . t Mr. and Mrs. Olay Lewis and children left Monday for Iheir new Roswell, N. M. Mrs. Lewis beauty shop in Steele lo •y Vnllcy, Miss Lena Barnes has returned to her home at Maplewood after a visit with her sfater, Mrs. Phillip Later and fnmily of No. 8 coin- sold her Airs. Ozell Ward o'f'ohcrr Ark. . Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Russell, JCK Russell nnd Mrs, Tom Lewis spent piMidny In Luray, Tenn., with rela- Vves. Mrs. Russell remained there for a jveek's visit. Accompanying Die others home was Mr. Lewis who had been at Jackson the past few days on business, and Mr.s. Clyde' Hlncon nnd children of Lufay wlio are spending this week jjvllh her daughter, Mrs. Tom Crawford, nnd other relatives. • Gas (on Brown, who is cmnloyed jn Washington, D. C., arrived over weekend for a visit with his Program For Music Festival Tonight Announced Today s seriously ill. Clarice Gllllland wns returned to his home, (n Cooler Tuesday afternoon from Walls Hospital In Bly- thevllle where he underwent a major operation inst week. He was Drought home In a German ambulance and is improving. James Brown, Misses Rowcna Campbell, Louise Beckham and Ciler.dcan Jones, who are attending State TeaUiers college in Cape. Gi- i-arrieau. will" spend this weekend here with their parents. The Rev. and Mrs. H. S. Holicy and children nnd Mrs. Maybcrry have relumed home nfler a vlsi'l in, 61. Louis with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wiltons and children of the Gosnell community spent last Sunday wilh relatives here. Mr. and M r s- Claude Allen spent the first of this week with relatives at Gideon. Miss Gladys Hurl of near here hns to Memphis where .she will make her home. Mr. and Mrs. Shon Pollard entertained at a six o'clock, dinner Monday night Mrs. Paul Mnslmrn, Clarence Pollard. Miller Foster and Glynn Mnnlcy. They later visited in Huffman, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Geslring left Sunday to make their home In Memphis where Mr. Desiring is connected with Ihe William H. Moore, Company, Mrs. Gestring has been leaching at Denlon but has resigned her position. Mr. and Mrs. Star McDrmiel of The program for the Pan American Music Festival to l)e presented tonight at the City Auditorium by students of the Music department and Ihe physical education department of Blytheville elementary schools l.s announced today by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary supervisor of city schools. More than 300 students of the fourlh, fifth nnd sixth grades of Lange, Sudbury and Central grade schools wll| take part in the program which begins nt 7:30 o'clock. Proceeds from the afiiair will be used lo buy wlille robes for the grnrie school children, n project which was begun last year, Community sponsors of tho project are members of the music department of tho Blytheville Woman's club. Tapestries decorating the hall were designed and painted, by Lucille Jackson, student at Sudbury school. The first purl of tlie program will be in a form of a pageant in which two statues will be unveiled at the Children's Park in Buenos Aires. M»ry Evelyn Smith will read Hie prologue, and Jim Gales will be (he announcer. Standard bearers will be Bennlo Johnson and George Lamb,'of Sudbury, and statues will be Billie Louise Guinea and Don Ghambiin. Visitors at the unveiling will be student.') of Central school each representing one of the Pan American countries: Jeff Dodson, Jlmmie Millican, Miller Williams, Charles Henderson, Dickie WIN liains, C. T. Hamilton, Charles Leggett, Charles digger, Mac Williams, Robert McGhee, Kenneth | Byrd, Bobbie Buchanan. Music from Chile will be presented by Central students who will sing a folk song, "Buy My Tortillas", and the sixth grades of Smulbtiry who will sing Becucci's "My Treasure". From Mexico will come Hie inspiration for the Mexican hat dance to be presented by tlie fiflh and sixth grades of Central. The fifth and sixth grades of Lanfie accompanied by Joe Evrard, I accordionist of senior high school,! present Pance's "ExfreUitn" Ya," Tho music from Argentina will be concluded with "El Tore- dor" by Carol Chapin and Morris King Thompson of Sudbury. From Cuba will come Grenet's "The Slave Song" by Ihe fifth grades of Sudbury, n donee inter- pcelalion by Hilly Williams and Yrndlor's "La 1'alomn" by Donna Wundorlich and Harry Cnrter J^IIT of central. 7 This will bo followed wilh a medley of American songs presented by Lmige school. For the finale a group chorus of 300 voices will sing Irving Berlin's "Go:! Bless America." Of all Ihe state lax revenue collected during 1839. gasoline taxes nnd molor vehicle license fees accounted for 30.4 per ccivl. KBAL GOOD «~ <H6WS WEU AND S-l-O-W-l-Y ALWAYS MINDING MOTHER. REWARD TAYST6E BREA& AND JAMj -SO GOOD.' ASK DAD AMD BROTHER/ spend thp week onri In Fprrest Oity Kwlfe and IltUo daughter, Jeuctla, with her mother, Mrs. T. H. Lloyd, M'ho have spent, several weeks here and family. Mr. Morehend, who will rvVilh Mrs. Brown's pnrcnis. Mr motor her there, will go on to and Mrs. Burll Casteman. He is Conwny to visit his parents, HID i also visiting his parents, Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Morehead, and " " ~" family. To'Hold AltDay ' ^^••Sin-irii.* At Gosriell in |,he decorations for the supper. Wygelia blossoms were used on the taoles. by Raymond Zachary, supprinlciv 1 (ienl I members brought the total enrollment in the cl'ib lo seventy. Also during the business session, plans for a dance in the near future were discussed. After dues had been paid. Din meeting adjourned for dancing. * • » I'lan I'lcmr. Plans for a joint picnic of Chapter N nnd Chapter D nf the r. E. O, cislerhood were discussed yesterday •aiUTiiooii at n meeting ot Chnpter D at Iho home of Mrs. Charles S. Lemons. The picnic will be given before adjournment of the chapters for the summer months. Husbands ol the members will be special guesls. Mrs. liny Wortliiugtou was leader of Ihe program OH "Summer Vacation." She was assisted In (lie presentation by Die Rev. Jnincs A. Ovcrliolser. pnslor of Die First Presbyterian church. Refreshments were served the 14 members afler the program. * t » Ale Gucsls ot Club. Mrs. iiarry Kirby and Mrs. Win Nadinc Willis Wed To James MoMalli i The marriage of' Miss Undine i Willis, of Earle, formerly of tills 1 city, and James McMath, nlso of , Earle. was announced today. '. The ceremony was soletnnized Surjday at the. home of the. Rev. ; Hartford of Parkin, wlio read tlie j service. Buddy Willis, brother of ! the'bride, and Mrs, Willis, were Iho ; only attendants, I Mrs. McMnth wns a member ot i the.. 1938 gradualing class of Hol: land, Mo. Before going to Enrle i five weeks ago to lie employed, she j was connected with llic Ben Franklin store of this city. !• Mr. McAfath, who finished school at Earle In 1936, laler was with the : Unllcd States Const Guard. He has now, established n business In Earle where they will make their j home. i i » t * : Terry Chosen As i Oi^tartding Sfudcnl E. M. Terry Jr.. who attends Hendrlx college at Comvay, is llst- ,ed:as an oillslanding : ilurtcnf Tn the Troubadour college vcar book ' *hich was .Wd to sUeiHs Ss!" week. I - Desc book . . A. Isaacs were guests of Mrs. Henry Humphrey yestcrdny afternoon , cnlcrlalni!rt members of u "' slli1 !'' Contract club with a( " w •»"'• served at (Iir riinin 1 iriptlon of him in the year- lM)le wlllcl1 llnt1 " ™" ta P |l> ce of is cs follows: "Editor-niltr'^"?." 1 " 1 /^ ™ (l Talisman chief of our weekly publication ti. Profile; an alert journalist who has promoted and maintained an active inquisitive campus consci- roses, iris and mixed bouquets decorated the living room. In tlie bridge games which followed. Mrs. Edgar Bonim A with national broadcast dcnliiiK American citizenship, wilh Eddio Ctinlor as the speaker, will be held Sunday nflenioon. it wns nnnounccd today by B. M. Jnffc. ai B'rith president of this vicinity. The broadcast will emanate from Tulsn, Okla., where thousomk of nnw cltizer-ii will be welcomed inlo American cltlv.enslilp. A special program hns been arranged. nnd Eddie Cantor will participate, upon invilnlion of Hie governor of Oklnliomn and In's uniticp. The broadcast can lie heard from 5:30 lo (i p.m., local lime. An allrday singing will u.e licK- at the Gosnell community church beginning nt 10 o'clock Sunday morning, J. B. Morgan, president of the, Mississippi county singing convention, niuiaiiceri today. A number of visiting singers will be on Die program ami 'he meeting Is open to the public, slated. it is Mrs. Jim Brown' and other relatives |sit Cooler. He will spend a month's yacation here. • ' , ;' Mr, and Mrs. Hooper Azbill were hosts to n family reunion dinner ,at .their. , .home at. , Tj'lcr Mo.:c(ay, yhc'lr guests were "Mr. and Mrs.' Chns. pollard of Tyler, Mr. and Mrs: Henry Pollard, Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Legijctt and K,TII of Yarbro. Ark., and Mr. aiv! Mrs. Claude Allen of California. '{.Mr. and Mrs. pink Lawlicr of the Mlcola community spent Sun!day' at No. 8 with relatives and ff fiends. jl'-Mtas Frances Vaughn, wliu hn.s been employed in Jackson, Tenn., spent Inst weekend in Cooter with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Albeit Vaughn. She hns resigned her po- nayu we-rc-visUoTiir^eeirthe ?%*'Z^™U° £"*;•. Bav- latter part ot the week. Mrs. Willie Michic ami children anil Mrs. Westel Ricklick and children visiled in Caruthersville Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Victor Mallory and daughter, Millie Ann, of Ynrbro, Ark., spent yesterday afternoon here with Mr. and Mrs. Buril Cnsteman. At The Hospitals Blylhcville Hospital Peggy Joyce Gill, Haytl, admitted. Mnbel Jo Wilson;'city, admitted. Born Walls Hospital to Mr and MJS. Alton Thorn ol Promised Land, a son this morning weighing eight pounds and three ounces. Philip Ladner, Sleelc, dismissed. Frar.ces Blaylock. city, dismissed. Mumpim St. Joseph's Huspital i\trs. Clyde Rhodes, Hcrmordalc, admitled. sition in Jackson and will working in Memphis soon. • James Ashcraft will leave start to- Town»end Chib'One Wil^leet Tonight Townscnd club. No. One, will meet ionighl at 7:30 o'clock nt the court house, it was announced lo- tln V- | Mrs. A. L. Jordan and children. Officers arc urging all members i Jack nnd Jill, have gone to WaUnil to attend the meeting. Ridge. Ark., for a visit with reln- morrow for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Drown of Cape Girardeaii. RciMi Courier Mews want ads. 666 LlfltlM - Ti Salve - Nose checks MALARIA i 7 days Mid relieves COLDS E^niiiloins tlrsl dA; ousness throughout the ym" Terry, ion of Mr. and Mrs E I •M.. -Terry, 6r., was a member of I Uie' make-up staff of the Troiiba-i dour. • Be and two other Blyllievillo I boys, Colcman Stevens and Htilcni Williams, will participnte in the ! annual May Day-Mother's Dny ! celebration at Hendrix Saturday 1 and Sunday. Mr. WIlMnms will es- cort.MIss Virginia Rice of North EXPERT BEAUTY WORK CALL 106 4 J^* Margaret's Beauty Shop TatM foui o.t yocir arpeatanco —lildl years to your life. VAPOE BATHS SWCtllEh SIjBSlge ij Salt Blow and Stiver Mrs. Rotli Liwhon "RtiVMs--Tlsi»".a Wonderful I.lllllr.cii; Mother's Day Flowers .\Mt Sunday Is Jollier's Pay— a day lor lovr mill srntimcnt (rivinc; .1 day made national by tlorisls in wliidi to hniinr jour .Mother, II,I,I K or clonil. |,y «c,iriii(. or giving her flnw- cn.. ilralnu's llomr of Mowers have rircp.ircil for this Mothers t)ay that you may give hpr lios.cs, Cariiiilions. (, Miirtc-(!p lln\cs of Assorlcil Plants, a Iwniiliful pollnl I'lirli- su nr llydraiiKCA, a corsaeo of (ianlciiias, Uosra, Swrcl|icax or Carnations. Hfixcmlwr tlin Mutlirr i\l>cv lias jour on liy plucitiR ml flvwcrs on her grave i>r a blvnniiug nl.vnt. Slollvur Witli 1'Mowcrs Kroin HEATON'S HOME OF FLOWERS 200 K. DAVIS ;VVK. I'HONE 195 YOUR MOTHER'S EYES Ihe best thing ihat you can do (or Mother Shis Mother's'Day is lo insist that she has her glasses checked. There is no charge [or examination at GUARD'S JEWELRY AND OPTICAL STORE Huspitul Mrs. E. T. Ullcy, Holland, admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Outs, Steele. a dnnghler. Memphis Baptist Hospital J. L. Clinton. Victoria, admitted. Mrs. M. B. Gillian], Arbyrd, admitted. Mrs. Carrol Griffin, city, admit- led. Daphne, Joyce Rrid, Lusora. ad- milled. R. E. Roberts. Dycss. admitted. ino's arrangement of the Mexican cockroach song, "La cucarachn", will be given with a guitar accompanist by Lavcrne Goff, H. R. Mosley, Lloyd Anderson of Central and Charles Crouch and Helen Curtis of Sudbury, a harp accompanist by ifliumie Stafford of Central. Tlie chorus is to be made up of Dora Lee Milhorn, Bettye Lou Foster, Nuthaleen Evans, Dorothy Wright, j Marcelle Humphrey, of Central, J. C. Leatherwood, Bobby Wheat. Billy Dunaway and Mnynar'd Slilcs, of Sudbury. "The Swallow", Serradeii. will be a contribution ol the fifth and sixth grades df'sud- bury to be followed with a specialty, in which Jos. Kspinoza will be the organ grinder nnd Bobby Deen. of Central, the monkey. The national air of Venezuela. Landaeln's "Glory to the Brave People", will be sung by Central students. Fifth and sixth grade students of Sudbury will present a Peruvian folk dance, "The Spanish Visitor". Tlie fifth nntl sixth grades of Lange accompanied by Joe Evrard on the accordion, will King "Castanets," an Argentina folk song and Rodriguez "La Camparsila." A specialty "I l.ovc You Much Too Much, Muchacha" will follow wilh Billy Sue Burks and Vannye Whitley appearing n.s the burro and Martha Lou lirown of Lange as soloist. The fourth grades ol Sudbury will sing DC Markoff's "O, Yn MARTIN'S ANNUAL SPRING SALE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY MAY II &12, 1940 GASOLINE ETHYL, Per Gal lie REGULAR, Per Gal. lOc WHITE GAS, PerGa! 9c (Alinve 1'rifCH Indiide All Taxes) EXTRA FREE 4 Oil Coupons Given with a 5 Gal. 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