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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 14, 1942
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(ARK.) COURIER NEWS 3|J -V tf ^-ff\ jt t r-^!l i v_ Social GuendSt EVENTS Mrs. yr. >D. ''Godwin entertaining CBO Sliss 'HfctfSetli Ann *Wilson enter talnln^ ~Cee-Que Club^ Mrs.^t^L. feeder and 'Mrs. T. L Cassidy «nterta'lning D&cas Sunday 'School ; 'Class, First . Bdptisl Church, "2:30 ' o'clock, iit church. "SATURDAY'S -^EVENTS Mrs. -Elton W. Kirby and Mrs W. L. Horufer -'enter taliiing 'Chap: ter N, P.;E. O. Sisterhood, 1 o'clock at - : H6rriei home. • Club Was 'Dance At Hut Members of the •Cotillion Club had 'theft- monthly supper dance last night at the American Legion Hut. Mr. nhti Mrs. Elbert Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. ,L?roy Huddleston ana Mr.'and Mrs. Kavanaugh Francis entertained. Only guests for the affair were Miss : Frances ~ Little and Richard Becker. Twenty three couples were served a midnight supper from a table centered with roses and peonies: • • • To Honor Miss Branson Miss ''Frances-Little will entertain 16 guests for a dessert bridge at her. home tonight in compliment to Miss "M&urine Branson, bride elect of Walter Heard of Malvern. The party will begin at 7:30 o'clock. This is the first in a series of Branson befdfe her marriage next month. '* * • ALL CLUB MEMBERS ATTEND BRIDGE rARTY All members 'of the Wednesday Contract 'Club" attended the party given yesterday ftfterhpon at th'e home of ;Mrs. W.."W. •Shaver. Refreshments were served after the games. Mrs. James V. Gates was high and Mrs. Shaver, .second high scorer. • •* * •* MRS WALTERS IS HOSTESS TO CLUB 'Mrs, L. 'B. Walters was hostess to mehiBers of the Chatterbox Club and two guests, Mrs. Floyd Tharpe and Mrs. Rea, for a party yesterday afternoon at her home., Roses and snapdragons decorated the home -for the games. Later, sandwiches and iced . .drinks were served. •. 'MrsJ. T Hickman received high Mrs • Robert Weidman, club and Mrs. Harold Anderson, low score prize. ..;•', • . . • • • FRESHMAN CLASS HAS ANNUAL PICNIC Annual freshman picnic was given /Tuesday afternoon at Walker Bark'^for the -75 -members of the four /"freshman- classes of the city high ^school. Baseball, horseshoes and other games were played during the afternoon. Later frankfurters and other -picnic ^ foods were served. Sponsors of-the • classes are Mrs. L. -E. Old, Miss Irene Munger, .Charles G. Morehead and Carl Lynch; .-•••• MONTHLY Nervoite- If,;at such times you're annoyed by cramps, headaches; backache, 'distress —. «.»»«« of;. 'irregularities," a bloated feeling, periods of the blues-due to' functional monthly disturbances- try.Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. -This famous liquid not only helps relieve monthly pain but also tired, nervous feelings of such days when due to this cause. Lydia Pinkham's Compound is one medicine you can : buy today made especially for ujomen-taken regularly it helps build up resistance against such symptoms. Fol- Jpw label directions. Worth trying! ft's Snoody, r • *^ But 'Spice IT'S a snood! Underneath Paul!* ette Goddard's posies, that seem to grow in her hair, there's a fine white net cap which holds the flowers in place and also Paul- ctte's locks. That bow sitting behind the soft puff of hair on her forehead holds the snood on— oven through the'hair's more active moments in her Paramount 'picture, "Reap the Wild Wind." nor. The two grades gave : the selection, "Back the Red, White and Blue With Gold." To close the program Miss Alma Peters' sixth grade sang Stephen Foster's "Beautiful Dreamer" and Miss Mary Lester Kimmons' sixth grade sang "Buenos Dias" and "Star Spangled Banner" by Francis Scott Key. * * * MRS. TERRY HAS PARTY FOR CtlUB. Spring flowers decorated the home of Mrs.'-James Terry yesterday afternoon when she had a party for members of the ADC Bridge Club and eight guests. Guests were: Mrs. Renkert Wetenkamp, .Mrs. F. Don Smith. Mrs. C. G. Smith Jr., Mrs. Coleman S. Stevens, Mrs. James J. Pickren. Mrs. Max Logan, Mrs. G. M. Powell and Mrs. William R, Whitehead. Mrs. Terry was 'high and Mrs. Charles Langston, second hip,h sccrer among the club members. Mrs. Logan received the guest prize. The hostess served a sandwich THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1942 ides-Td-Bfc Demand "Angel Gowns" 'plate at the games. conclusion of the INSTALL OFFICERS AT faUSlC PROGRAM. Officers of the Junior-Senior Parent Teacher Association were installed and a music program afternoon at at the high CHAPTER D HAS LUNCHEON MEETING Mrs. A. Comvay, Mrs. W. C. Gates and Mrs. William Lawshe were hostesses to. 15 members of Chapter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood, for -a luncheon yesterday at the Conway home. Lunch was served at a table decorated with the Sisterhood's flowers, daisies, which were from the hostess' garden. Mrs. T. K. Mahan led the constitutional quiz during the program period which 1 followed. • * ~ GIVE MUSIC REVIEW FOR SUDBURY MOTHERS Third, fourth, fifth and sixth grade students of Sudbury School presented a music review for the Parent Teacher Association of that school yesterday afternoon when it installed officers at a meeting at the school. Mrs. Jessie White was installed as president by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary supervisor of city schools. Other officers installed with her were: Miss Medrith Hancock, vice president; Mrs. Bii- ford :Young, secretary; Mrs. Fred P^efman,. treasurer. -At the last meeting of the year, Mrs. -Fleeman's third • grade and Miss Hancock's fourth grade won the prizes- for attendance in the room count. The review originally scheduled for .presentation during National Music Week observed here last week was postponed because of the sugar rationing program carried on through the local schools. Miss Hancock was leader of the program and Mrs. F. B. Joyner was accompanist. The program opened with a number by the third grades under the direction of Mrs. Pleeman and Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz. It was Lewis and Young's "Laugh, Clown. Laugh." Miss Dorothy Jennings fourth grade sarig "Sweet ahd Lo\y" by f-Tennyson-Barnby and Miss Hancock's fourth grade sang '•Santa Lucia," arranged by Howard Johnson, and "Liebestraum" by Franz Liszt. Both grades joined in the - presentation of "Mexicali Rose" by Strong-Tenny. "White Cliffs oT Dover" by Burton-Kent was the selection of Mrs. E. F. Pry's fifth grade. Miss Marguerite Silaz's fifth grade then sang "We're the Couple- in the Castle" by Hoagy Carmichael and "Slumber Song" by Jessie Gay- presented Tuesday the ,,PTA meeting school. , Mrs. Russell Fan- was leader of the program which was presented by members of the senior class. After prayer by Miss Effie Lee Terrell. Miss Sallfe Mathls played a piano solo, Bill Morse a cornet solo, Miss Lanelle Smar't sang a vocal solo and Joe Evrard plyed several accordion numbers. Miss 1 Jane Castlio and Miss Ma this: were accompanists. The president's message was read by Miss Margie Perry. The following officers were in- tailed by Mrs. Harry W. Haines, ormer president; Mrs. Marion Williams, president; Mrs. Chester 7aklwell. first vice president; Miss Monta Hughes, second vice president; Mrs. F. G. Reichel, secre- -ary; Mrs. Harvey Morris, treas- irer. Mrs. Williams, who is serving her iecoricl year as president, named' he following committee chairnen: program—Mrs. E. E. Wood- ion. Mrs. W. J. Rodgers; membership—Mrs. R. E. Blaylock, Mrs. lussell Barham; music—Mrs. Russell Fair, Mrs. Doyle Henderson; Shoes $6.95 Spectators as pictured Brown and White in inance— Mrs. ' Ross W., L. Horner Stevens, Mrs. , . Hospitality — Mrs. Russell Phil-: ips. Mrs. Charles Crigger; project —Mrs. Harry W. Haines. Mrs : B { A. Lynch, Mrs. E. M. McCall, Mrs: James V. ( Oates; publicity— Mrs. tfarry Brooks, Mrs. George D. olldck; child welfare— Mrs. Katheen Thomas Oglesby; Mrs. Floyd A. White; historian— Mrs. O. J. hasta in, Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer safety— Mrs. F. B. Joyner, Mrs. G D. Hammock; study— Mrs. Farnsworth Black, Mrs. Rosco Graf ton. * * * TUESDAY CLUB HAS TWO GUESTS When Mrs. -Doyle Henderson entertained members of the Tuesday Club for a party Tuesday afternoon at her home, she also had as her guests, Mrs. W. L. and Mrs. G. M. Powell. Homier _A salad plate with tea was serv- hostess peonies ed after the games. The had arranged roses and throughout her home. MIrs. Dixie Crawford was high and BY MARGUERITE YOUNG NEA Service Siaff Writer NEW YORK-Girls who plan to wed in the marrying month of June, this year seem to want to look even more like angels than peacetime June brides did. Maybe the reason is just that they know they'll have to keep their feet on the ground and be self-reliant wives, in wartime. traditional what they're } ni , ... • • fccn-icuaiii, wivt^, wo Dlytheville Women Whntever u Is U i T i TV v . i wedding gown is Help Judge Display At wearing. ~ " "~ "• • • white wedding gowns, too," the bride's consultant in a Fifth Avenue's store told me. "A far CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., May. 14. -greater proportion of them insist —Between 150 and 200 '"entries were on tne symbolic color. Thai's the displayed in the second annual news—that and their haste. Flower Show, sponsored here by the' "They almost flabbergast us. Caruthersville Woman's Club. Three days is the average time Flower class judges were Mrs.' they allow for getting everything. B. A. Bugg and Mrs. George Bar- Yet we manage." ham cf Blytheville, and Mrs Gor- Even furloifeh brides, whose don Wright of this city Table hone y m ° 011 will be taken during setting contest judges, were Miss ? n Arn l y or Navy man ' s weekend Virginia Twitty, Miss "Ruth NIste'n-, loave - at T-. imcert , am daLe - ;11>C M ana a M, s w. ttlra of m* ™™« ^^ ^"Lec,, Prize winners wpre- then tliey hang in tne claset - read y Fliw\rs^Sn^ e classes: Mr, *^ K r »\^^ «*«• Lonnie B. Markcy, pink rose; Mrs. Umes^e girl ThexS a' formal L. J. Haxel, peony; Mrs. R. M. costume for the wedding, for Pierce, ins; Mrs. Hazel, petunia.'which she and her one attendant Miss Ernestine Wilks, corsage; w m travel across the country to Mrs. Ed^ James, miniature arrange-i the fiancee's post. mixed EXPERTS ADVISE flowsrs; Mrs. E. G. Roland, miscellaneous; Mrs. L. S. Shade, novelty; Miss Demetra Bradshaw, Rose arrangement—Mrs. . E. 'C. Pierce, pink; Mrs. J. W. McClbs- key, red and also white; Mi's. Harry Farrar, yellow; Mrs. L. J. Hazel, rambler. Victory garden—Mrs. Harry 'Far- Vr. '_ Table Setting—Formal <tea table: Baptist Philathea Sunday School Class, first; Chapter GV of PEO, second. Informal holiday 'table: Methodist 'Philathea • Class,' 'first; Eighth Grade art class, second. Occasional Table: Sc-Mo Club, •first; Mrs. L. J. Hazel, second. Cash prizes were given in table setting.contests, with nursery stock being given in the flower classes. Bite of News Personal INFORMAL WEDDINGS That Is all awry—by peacetime standards. And many consultants I and authorities in taste advise an informal wedding and an informal costume 'for the light, pretty, soft ensemble. It may be an-afternoon dress, streetlength, in filmy lace, or lace and 'something else like rayon or organdy or even pique. Better still, the - exquisite sitit which will;be simply and supremely lovely with a white, frilly hat and flowers, and will become her unmistakably right traveling costume when she changes her hat. Outstanding designers are doing such clothes in extremely unpretentious manner. One " well known house, for instance, proposes cotton crepe wedding suits —corn yellow for the bride, periwinkle for her mother, both with matching draped hats of the same cotton fabric, both .pretty, too. But war psychology has a rough way with peacetime conventions and so it-looks as if the;June bride of 1942 can wear anything that :_ suits her and the bridegroom. Particularly, she can have the formal wedding without every last ceremonious and costly detail ob- Double-Duty Dresses Popular Mrs. Max B. Reed, second scorer in the games. high At The Hospitals Blythcvilic Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. William Summer and baby Portageville. Arnold Bell. Hayti. AValls Hospital Dismissed: Cobe Bowers. Dell. Memphis Methodist Mrs. Mollie Ham. Osceola. St. Joseph's Hospital Roy Bramlitl.. Osceola. Memphis Baptist Mrs. J. s. Thweatt. Hayti. Ekron Plans Revival A revival at Ekron Nazarene Church will open Sunday morning and continue for 10 days, it was announced today by the "Rev. Paul Seymore. pastor of the church. The pastor stated that the public was invited to take part in these services. Miss Kathleen Baker, who is working with the Southwestern' Bell Telephone Company- in St; Louis, spent the week end here with her .parents. . . .-•. Mrs. Jack L. Delk. left Wednesday for • •: Fort Smith t-jfo: visit... .Mr;. Delk, who is a patient at Wild Cat Mountain Sanatorium. Miss Mary Frances Fields, who is in training at John Gaston Hospital in Memphis, spent the week end here. Pvt. W. -H. Bohaning of Morris Field, Charlotte, $J. C.,' left yesterday Afternoon after having visited his parent* Mr. and Mi's. W. H. Bohaning, • since Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Nuhley Wade and three children, James .Donald, Jesse Nunley Jr., and Millie Sue, all of Bentoh, Ky., spent Mother's Day here with Mrs. Wade's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. •«.- Humphreys. Mrs. M. .Fritzsiiimdhs returned last night from Memphis where she has been with Mr. Fritzsimmons who is at •Baptist Hospital He is improving very slowly from an operation which he underwent a week ago. Mr. • and Mrs. 'C. • M.' Oliver have returned home from Hur^/iviHe, Ala., where MX. Oliver has been working on'a defense protect. Lucky American June bride of 1942, with carle blanche from Uncle Sam on goods for her traditional bridal gown, makes two concessions to wartime. She wears a short veil and u short train, if any. Mary Lewis designed this costume. Dress is organdie; jacket, faille belting ribbon. served. ANNOUNCEMENT HULKS RELAXED There'll be precious little comment, this year, if the invitations and announcements are handwritten instead of engraved, if the second envelope is missing, if she marries at church formally but merely pauses at the steps and greets her friends instead of having a reception. Double-duty bridal gowns are very popular. There are more practical when they are in color, as some of the prettiest new ones are. There is, for example, a blue organdie gown for a garden wedding—cascades • of ruffles down side of skirt, coronet of organdie holding the bride's veil, and organdie streamers from the bouquet of garden flowers. The dress would be a summertime dancing dress for the duration. Shorter veils and shorter trains are outstanding characteristics of New York creations fbr the traditional wedding. The princess line silhouette, the basque bodice, the elongated torso and the bouffant skirt make them memorable. Her hat identifies the leading woman of June's furlough . weddings. This New York creation is beige, linen-like rayon. The hat is softest, whitest straw and laee- t rimmed batiste. Mousseline, dotted swiss, net' and lace are favored materials, expected to be used for general wear after the wedding day. A great many girls are choosing to economize by selecting a simple, inexpensive bridal dress to wear and put away, and in this group the fabric of the moment seems to be a rayon sheer with raised floral design. Stock Prices A. T. & T Ill 1-2 Amer. • Tobacco 39 Ana. Copper 231-4 JBeth. Steel 52 5-8 i Chrysler 55 1-2 ' Ccca Cola 65 1-4 i Gen. Electric 23 3-4 I Gen. Motors : 33 3-4 j Mont. Ward 26 1-2 New York Central 71-8 Inter. Harvester 42 1-4 North Amer. Aviation Republic Steel . Radio Socony Vacuum Studebaker . ... Standard of N. J. 10 5-8 13 5-8 2 3-4 G 3-4 M 3-8 33 1-2 ; SPRINGFIELD 111. Saturday night bath seems likely to continue as an American institution despite the war. since a recent survey by the Illinois Manufacturers' "Association indicates that there will be plsnty of soap available for the. duration. Taken to clear up rumors of an impending soap shortage, the survey likewise indicated that Illinois will have the big interest in bath- ro'om, kitchen and laundry. The state ranks as one of the largest 'soap producers in the nation, with three of the largest factories, and 24 smaller factories, producing $25:305.567 of soap and' Cnniel Upliiegrove, president of glycerin annually, according to the tnc Cotton _Belt Railroad, and 10 i,,-~i. ~~: ~.~*;s- •_„»„.... .Other Otfirinls visitpri "Rlvf-hpvillp Texas Corp 32 1-4 Packard U. S. Steel 2 45 3-8 Cotton Belt Officials Visit Here Yesterday last government census. .other officials visited Blytheville 1 briefly yesterday afternoon en their ..,.,- , --. < ., , i Mituy >esi<-'iuav aiiernoon en ineir .Although glycerin a by-product tour of inspection of all towns of soap is used -largely m the Wnich nre sm . v , cl by the' railroad, manufacture of explosives, the Members ol tnc p ^- ty other tMn Association pointed out that gly- the president included Judge Ber„ -- - , cerin consistitutes only about 4 per ryinan Henwopd F W Green Kin Mrs. W. P. Austin • of New Al- cent of certain jellies and hand (Post, W. S. Ha'nley.- W. J Miller bany. Miss.', has arrived for a visit'soaps, and soon will be eliminated H. G/bivTnerGcorge 'Moore J p' with her son, W. W. Austin, and even in these. Mrs. Austin. Mrs. Pearl 'Hires, Mrs. Franklin McCardy. F. J. Breitenback, Urge Fat Conservation Tom Hutson. • The survey revealed that soaps, and Wijl Deliver Luxora Commencement Sermon LUXORA, May 14.—Thomas D. Wilkins, superintendent of Luxora Consolidated schools, .has announced that the Rev. bonaghey Diiran, pastor of the local Me'thbdist church will deliver the commencement sermon Sunday May 17, at the high school auditorium, for the graduating class. The Rev. Ralph L. Douglas, pastor of the local Baptist church will address the graduating class May 22 in the auditorium. The class has eight members, five of whom have attended the Luxora school throughout the past 12 years. Joanna Miller, is valedictorian, and Vivian McRae,- saliitatorian. The juior-senior banquet on Friday night had. the faculty members as special guests. nnder-arin , Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration Teachers Become Bus Drivers SOUTH AMHERST, Oo. (UP) — When Henry IVwkruski, driver of the high school bus, .was inducted into the army, two school teachers •jumped into the breach. The teachers, Glenn Sliisser and Max Herbert, -divided . the. driving chores in the morning and -j" 1. Docs nor ro.c dresses or men's shirts. Does not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. Can be used rigbc after shaving. 3. instantly stops perspiration for 1 to 3 days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. A pure, v;hite, gceaseless, stainless vanishing cream. 5. Arrid has been awarded the Approval Seal ofthe American Institute of Laundering for being harmless to fabrics. Arrid Is the LARGEST SELLING DEODORANT, Try a jar today! aiar A| «»«e « Atkinson and Mrs. Fred Copeland rriade of tallow contain about 8 and son. Don, will go to Union j per cent glycerin, while cocoanut City. Tenn., today to spend a few oil soaps are partially composed of days with Mrs. J. W. Dunn Jr.,! an even larger estimate around 14 and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mott of Warrensburg. Mo., who have been spending a few days with Mrs. J. M. Vivian and Mr. and Mrs. George Cross and family, will leave today. They plan to stop in Hannibal. Mo., for a visit with their daughter before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson and daughter. Miss Jane Branson, left yesterday for Vernon. Texas for a visit with their son, U. S. Branson Jr.. who is an instructor at Victory Field. They are expected to return Poll-Parrot SHOES For BOYS and GIRLS At Popular Prices fhfe Family Shoe Store lit W. ITain, Phone 2342 Will Buy War Bonds Employees of Arkansas-Missouri Power Corporation have gone "nil out" for defense by agreeing to war purchase a total of $8,463 bonds during the year. Sixty-two employes have agreed to voluntarily purchase this amount. Purchases of 17 others employes, who are out in the field and have not yet made pledges are expected to swell the total to $10,000. Auxiliary To Meet Child welfare will be discussed at the program meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock at the Lesion Hut. Mrs. Jesse Seeman will be leader of the program and Mrs. S S Slernberg and Mrs. Neill Rood will be hostesses for the social hour which will follow. There are many caves in the Rock of Gibraltar, which is com posed of limestone. Skeletons of modem snnrks are made of gristle. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Tuscaloosa. Ala., will return home this afternoon after a visit with their son. Kavanaugh Francis, and Mrs. Francis. Mr. and Mrs. Sloan Steuart. who have been teaching in Selawik, Alaska for six years, will come this wfck end for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. i.,. E. Old and other friends. They will come here from Columbia. Mo., where they have been visiting Mrs. Steuart's family. Mrs. L. B. Walters will leave per cent. However, the glycerin content is removed from both types for various important uses. According to the Association, therefore, the more soap manufactured, the more glycerin available for the war purposes. It is believed that enough stocks of soap-producing copra, ahd palm kernel nuts from South | Anierica, the South Seas, and Africa t will be imported to produce suf- j ficient glycerin for all wartime purposes. However, the housewife is cautioned that although an adequate Bostick Recommended J. H. Bostick of Osceola. received a telegram from Congressman E. C. Gall lings in Washington yesterday informing him that he "has | been recommended for the job of rural carrier on Route 3. Osceola. Mr. Bostick has been substitute clerk in the Osceola PostofTice for the last four years. K. H. Francis of supply of raw material for soap- making will continue to be manufactured in this country, or else imported, she will be wise to son- serve all food fats, greases, lubricants and table scraps from which soap-producing fats may be extracted. Youngsters Finance AVarcraft NORTH TONAWANDA. N. Y. (DP)—Purchase of a $13.500 Coast Guard boat is the newest goal of enthusiastic North Tonawanda Canada has a population estimated at 10,000,000, less than one- half of whom are of British descent. this week end for Mobile, Ala., and [high school students, whose defense points of South Carolina on a three bond campaign went over the top weeks 1 vacation. After spending two two months ahead of schedule to days in • Mobile, she will go to raise $55,000 for an Airacobra pur- Oranscburg. Columbia and other suit ship. Carolina cities to visit relatives. Before returning home, she plans to visit her brother, Capt. E. A. Thompson, at Fort Butner, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stockett and son. Bobby, are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. carl Pender and Mrs. Jane Murphy of Omaha, Neb., left today after having been the guests <tf Mr. and Mrs. Riley B. Jones since Saturday. They will go to Jonesboro for a visit before returning to Omaha. Mrs. Jones accompanied them as far as Manila where she will spend the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Card. COPS. 1W3 BY NFA SERVICE. INC. T. M. BCC. 0. S. PAT. Of f Valuable by-products are processed from oyster shells. CHECK ITCHING-BURNING the antiseptic way with Black nn<l \Vhito Ointment. Use only ns directed. JFor rlo.ins- iug. aUvaya_ua_e_Black and White Skin £mn. BLACK «• WHITE '•It's the paper shortage, J. B.— no more memos, no more job!" A Cordial Welcome Awaits You at The Beauty Bar One of the finest, most modern shops in Northeast Arkansas. Phone 3202 Glencoe Bldp. ow flit There's no sense in monkeying- around and missing the— TWO 1-ACT PLAYS The Patched Coat " and " Oh! Doctor" Presented By B. H. S. Senior Class ! MAY IS FRIDAY NIGHT 8:00 o'clock Blytheville High School Audilorium

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