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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 25, 1949
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MONDAY, APftTT, 25, 1949 BLYTHEVTU.E (AKK.) COURlETi NKWS PAGE FIVE Society, J\lew£ Amelia Salilia, Society Editor f I'lume 4461 Annie Lois Dobbs To Wed Arthur P. Tusing Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dobbs of Dell announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mi/^ Annie Lois Dabb.c In Arth- ui p. 'rosing of Lebanon, Mo., son of Mr. am! Mrs. I. fusing of Green, Ark, Plan* tor Ihe wedding to be sol- emnucd June 5 at [lie home of the bude-flecl's parent*, will he announced at a later date. Miss Dobbs was graduated from Dnll High School and attended Business College of Little Rock. She is now employed by the First National Bank In Blytheville. Mr, fusing is ft veteran of [our years with tile Army Air Force anrt U employed by the Anderson Brothers Construction Company I^ebanon, Mo. Banquet and lea Held By Alpha Beta Chapter Tlie Jewel Pin Ceromony anc banquet for the Alpha Beta Chan ter of E;>silon Sigma Alpha Sorovil; was he!rt Friday night al l/irmic' Club and followed by a forma Ajtance. Five pledges were honore' ^kt an Annual Tea yesterday after noon at the home of Miss Lavonn Portlock which concluded the ac tlvillM during the Rush Season. Miss Peggy Reeves and Mr Freda Bright were presented thd Jewel Pins at the banquet by Mi.\ Kathryn Thompson, president. The banquet table was overlaid with » white cloth with bouquets of yellow Jonquils, the sorority flower. a:id blue, carnations in low crystal howls belli? placer! In intervals down the center of the tables. Approximately BO guests attended th« dance in the ballroom which was decorated with streamers and ballooru In yellow and blue. The sorority members alternated In the receiving line. Music during the evening was furnished by Ted Fisher and his band. ' Those in the receiving line at the tea were Miss Thompson. Mrs. Fayon Wafler and the hostess. Miss Portlock. The tea table was covered with a cloth of lace and centered with nn attractive arrangement of yellow ^ Jonquils in a low bowl. Hanked by & yellow and blue tapers in crystal ' holders Miss Billy Damon and Mrs. Bob BlaylocV presided at the tablft. E?.ch pledge was presented a Jonquil tied with yellow ribbon. The pledges were Miss Mildred Ann Short. Mrs. Dorothy Scrape. Miss Peggy Bujarski. Mrs. Juanita Graham and Prances Jones. An out-of-town guest at the tea. •was Miss Hclma. Johnscn of New York City, who was a former member of the sorority here. » • * Chic-less Super, Tea Given by Sorority Chapter Tne Pledge Party for the Rvishec. of Ik* Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was held Friday nl^ht at the home ol Mrs. P. D. Foster, 1140 West Main. Mi*. Frances Gam- miU and Miss Florence Moore were co-host esses at the affair which was R "Chic-less Supper." Miss Mary Lois Pearson received the prize for the best costume with Mrs Fred Steadman winning aec- onci prize. Attractive amngements of spring flowers were used to decorate the entertaining rooms of the home. The preferential tea was held yesterday afternoon from 3 to 6 at the home of Mrs. George Hodges at 1707 West Holly. Mrs. Grady Mage* and Mrs. Randall Hawks were co-hostesses. -^ Othcv than the members there W were two guests. Mrs. H. W, Wiley, who was named Woman of the Year In a noiHrst .sponsored by the two chapters of the sorority and Mrs. Jim Crafton, past director for ihc chapter. The tea table was draped with lace cloth and centered with an attractive anranpement of Talisman rose5< the sorority flower, in a low silver bov;l. Tapers burning in silver holders flanked the centerpiece, casting a soft glow over the setting. Other va. c es of ro.-c.s were arranged throughout the home. Members will be lust ailed al a banquet. Friday tn conclude tin activities of the rushing .season. Blytheville Matron Guest at Blair House Mr*. AHpn Walton. 515 WrM Mnin Street, and her daughter, Mrs Berry B. Brooks of Memphis arc jchertuled lo return to their honiKS! tomorrow from Wrtshington, D.C. where they spent the past, week. i While in Washington they attended a tea given by Mrs. Harry S. Truman at Blair House and were guests of Congressman and : Mrs, E. C. GaUiings of West Mem- ' phis', at a luncheon given by '.he Arkansas drlepntion in Congress for Arkansas dclogales to the a mm a] ,n:retinR of the Daughters of the Engaged Coming Events Social Calendar Yorbro Women Present Winning Skit At Council Session at Blackwater Bits of News The engagement and approachti marriage of Miss Annie Lois Dobbs of Dell to Arthur P. Tusing of Lebanon, Mo., son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Tusing of Green Forest. Ark., is announced lotia.v by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.-J. C. Dobbs. Wesleyan Service Guilds Hold District Meeting Tne District Meeting of the Wesleyan Service Guilds was held at Ihe Methodist Church in Leachville. ye-st-rday afternoon. Miss Mary Hubler of Blytlicvills •,va-s in charge of the meeting. A solo. "My Cathedral" was presented by Mrs. Louis Hickmon, accompanied by Mrs. J. C. Droke at the pil- no. Mis.* M'amic L. Adams Rave the devotional, "Be Still My Soul" which was followed by a report on the conference meeting In North Ijiltlc Rock pivcn by Mrs. Fred Steaciman Miss Milrtred Osment. promotional secretary of the Women's Societ.\ of Christian Service, gave a brief )n the Caravan which will beglr ,n May. During the business session n-nv re;>ort blanks were discussed. All Wesleyan Guilds were introduced whirh included the three newly organized groups They are Promised Land. Yurbro and Marked Tree. Miss Futopia Wllicw-orlli of Blytheville. was elected new district secret arv. Following the meeting, tlie Leachville Guild entertained with a tea in the. social rooms of the church. Tho?e from Blytheville who attended the meeting were: Miss Mary Hubler. Miss Mamie L Adams. Mrs. J. C. Droke. Mrs. Louis Hickman. Mr3. Jack Bishop. Mrs. Fred Steadman, Mrs. Avis Howard. Miss Golda Rinks and Miss Eu top I EL Whitworth from (he First Church. The l,ake Street Methodist Church was represented by Mrs. T. W. Nell, Mrs Hairy Taylor and Mrs. TJ. E. Gordon with Mrs. Jimmy Hemby, Mrs, Bailey Tarpley, Mrs. Neta Bunch Mrs. Kate Bunch and Mrs. Milton Bunch from Yarbro. Mi", and Mrs. Utho Barnes arr lie parents of a son born Thursday morning at Blythevillo Mos- littal. Tlie couple's first child, he us been named Thomas Milo Hsrnes, Mrs. Barnes Js Ihe former Mis* Blllle Jean Abbot L Mr. and Mrs. P. D. hosier had thoir Riie.sts over the \verkend. Mis. Margaret Crrsswell and Mis Lucille Smith of Jackson. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. L, G. Thompson Jr. are tlie parents of a daughter born .vcMerday nflrnioon a( the Rlytlioville Iiospilal. Their first c-hlld. she has been mined Drbornh Thompson. Mrs. Thompson is the former Miss Ethel Goodncr, Mrs. Beulnh Lloyd and sons mo- tnrcrl to Covington, Teiin.. Saturday to lie Ihe weekend Rucsls of her sisler, Mrs. M, C. Burns nnd Mr. Burns, Miss l.lllie Lusk of Memphis. Tenn , and Joe Edward Emhch of Olive Branch. Miss., visited with rienris and relatives In Blythevllle •eMerciay. Miss Lusk was Ihe guest if Miss Manera Snliba and family itjri Joe was Ihe guest of Tommy nd Sammy George. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts of St. Louis. Mo., are the parents of son born Saturday nlchl at St. Johns Hospital (here. The couple's first chllr 1 , he has been named. Paul Raymon. Mrs. Roberts is the former Miss Mary Elizabeth Btl- jarski at Little Rock. Miss Pearl Lee. Mrs. Annie Holt and Mtss jewe.l Lee attended the wedding Saturday night of their cousin. Miss Rose Marie Lee to William P. Davis at Trinity Lutheran Church In Memphis. Mr. aiJci Mrs. V. M. Brlster are the parents of a son born Friday at the nlvlhevllle Hospital. He has been nanird Stephen Mayes. They hnve two other children, Elizabeth and Vernice M. Brister J]-, Betty Lasbbrook was dismissed today from Blylheville Hospital where she underwent, a tonsilec- tomey Saturday morning. Her condition IK improved. She is now at tlie home of her parents. Mr. and Irs. K. M. Ijishbiook r,t 1514 Jearn. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Ahdol] are he parents nf a daughter, who las been named Patricia Lynn. ,orn Saturday morning at. Walls fospital. She Is the couples first hild. Mrs, Abdon Is the former Miss Vivienne Moore, Chester A. and Daniel H. Caldvvell. sons of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Calrt- well. Sr.. are among the 18 Arkansas -studenls alt fueling Duke University at Durham. N. C. There are students from all 48 stales and from 30 foreign countries enrolled there lh!s year. Senior Banquet at Hist Methodist, church at 1:00 p.m. Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority having ai! invitational dance at Ixmnle's Club at 8 p.m. Tuesday The Friendship Cliiss of Ihe Fnsl Bap'.ist Church will meet 'nie.sday, 7:30 p.m., at the church Mr.s. Cliar- IM llarl and Mis. Pat Chiimon will be sje. r ,, Mrs. Eric Whllley pnleiUlnlnj; the LR Petite Olub, ' Tuciiday Bridge Club being entertained at the hume of Mrs. nlley Jones In Manila. Mrs. .lark Hale will br hostess tt) the l.a Nueve club. Cluu Kighl will meet «l (he home of Mrs. G. O. Poelz. Mrs. Gun-aid Oiiudtll will he hostess to the Til-Town Hrldge Club NVednf Mlay Chapter D. P. B. O. Sisterhood will inert at the home ol Mrs. C. S. Lemons for n 1 o'clock luncheon with Mrs. C. S. Stevens a.s co-hostess. The Town and Country Club will be entertained at the home ol Mrs C. Modlngcr. Chlckasnw Chaplor. Delphian Society, meet at Hotel Noble at in a.m. | Tne Junior Service Auxiliary will \ have r. special meeting a( R p nl. in the Chamber ol Commerce rooms. The Yin'bvo Home Demonstration j Judged RS second place winner, Oih- Club presented the winning skit . . porUa.uiiK the work of homo de- nioii*ti'cling flubs, at ilir County Counc'l meeting al the Hlackwuter Gyivnn.'sUim, Saturday. , Tile nrlglnnl ski( will be-submitted lo the sfiite for further jud^lna wllh skits from o(,her comities. There were five skits present ivl at Ihc meeting Siilurduy, when ihc HUckvi Mr r anri Shady Grove cluU^ ! were ]io5te.ViC5 lo appitixtnialely 75 i inembrt;' nf elulw In North Missis- j slppl Comity. Vaibro'.s skll reviewed; various projects of their club. \ thiviiRl, the dream of one of the [ niPirbn.s. ! The Lour Oak club's skit er ehros presonlfn^ skits wen 1 : Ar nusrel. LefiL'hvlllc, and Dogwood. A sixth ski! pi evented In Mrs film Alexander of JxMU' O;ik am Mis Si'.llic Needhum was ML mil.'i- lalnm-T skU and no! picv;enird fur Judnhw. The uroup volet! to Invite LUHLI- IHM.S o( (he Smith Mississippi elnlw lo tit if Mil either [> rest c:nnp m join |IK North NU-^i^iPl'l roniilv elulx-. If. nii ediinilioi) loin !;»!••;• this snnnner, It Ims uoi vi'l lict-n •loiej-inmed If the clulv^ Ihi.s yi-uv will jiuiVc a Itmr nr ntlt'iul n fnipp, :ui<i eri'-h club l.s lo e;is! n vulr [nr one of the |wo pvojeel."! r.t lln- rtmn- ! ''il'.s next merling, May 2fi. ;U Lnu-h- wu.s i ville. Honor Ro/f /s Announced For Junior High School We arc heK Ihnl the adult Hie Kulti MllleU iimliiK to re:il>y.e of lociuv'.s nver- Forui/y Reunion Held At W. f. Statfle Home divided into ihrn? Tlilirsilay Su .:lnv Wll.^ON. Ark,. April M All Ihe rlnldien ol Mr. and Mis. W. H. Sloftle o[ Driver were picsi-nt yi-.s- Icnlity tor a family reunion hvlii in ll'e Stolllc home. II was the hist linn* In 12 your.-, tluit nil o[ tin 1 son; anil rli.ll^hlcr.s hail lircn piv.scnl at Hit- s'Mlll' (lino. M:-. Slolllc. who Is 1(1 ha.s U.TII III h'l .Mime Ilinr. Hi- Is n ri'Miv.l f iirmrr E'ri^eju for yc.slrnli^'s icnnlon won 1 : Mr. iind Mrs. I^-.slie T, storili- nf Lexington, Ma^s.; Mr.s. Civile The Junior loll list for JuiiEoi }\ \\i\\ School [nf ihc si't'tmd six weeks nf (lie .srroiirl seiuesUT IK ati- imiinretl toduy by Onmr Stevens. ;>i iiu'ipul- Si-vriilh nvijile shiijt'jit.s on thr list iiir 1 I'lilsv Ciildwrl). .liiiin (;un- nhinliMin, Kvelvn Hrjweti, Mnrjorlc j l)niH;hrr(y, Hi'tth;i Ann ('•nine's. ' it illy (illhnv.-, itohby Ann (IITKK. ; ,l<'yrr Ann ihOl. Nanry HnlLls. Cnrol 1 Aim llnll, j>iii;i llinit.i'. Ili-uy \ .lohMMtn, Uohtlnl .lohiison, Shlili-y | . 1 (ivi'laily. Muilr l-uxlus, llnny l.uni- 1 Hilly NelMiii, Kilirhln I't-niiUi^toii. 1 Nhuvlvu Shivh-y. vitBtl Snuthcm. iliiilyu Stllvvell a^\, l'\ iincls Uose. Studi'iits In the eli'.htli Kiado on he li-,t iti<' NiiiiniMi Huilc'hnr, \.\i\- i1;i Hun* h, M ], Ci'incr. l-ols Cnise, riiMiuir l)ny, Mnitlyn l)i>u»iher(y. IVKK.V tillmec, A. .). H;\K, l.nurn Hinnliy, 1 .y n \\'»ntl llrmii;, 11 own l tl HLnitlnMtn, Cuiilc.ui J^'ulcv. Rhim- inm l,iin^li'\, .inhunv rut us. ;i'i .tin l.niu;. HlnrK'y LovrLire. Jo AJlrr M.iuuiir, liniinir Nrllr MeCoitnli^ Al Fhe Hosoitala Illvthcville tlonpftal Dlsmls.sed: MIR. Louis Mrs. K. K, J, W. llolman, Hetty 1/ishbronk Mrs. J. l,, WrlRl Walh H Dismissed: Hsiliy Ricky .Shea, Mrs. Vivian Weav Kleele, Mo, «J-;i Oonna Fay Waddel. *-*"' Mrs, James White, MO. Mrs. Mrs. Mo. baby, •llle. O'Krlon. Phillip I'llvcit, Ann IVny. idi Miirllni .Simpson. Kmadol cnicimfii. Niini'v Hioviill, Khhlc> dc. Jiiinc.s Wi-ldiunn. Hcnrd Wy- t'aiiv Smith. RCA JeftS Kr».slpy, Floyd Green, Huby H;nold Brndford, Si Miss Hnih Campbell, ell Mr.s, i,onln Kreeman, Rt, WOME who feel caused by functional ' Do yen buffer from tiot (InnhM,we**. norvmit, |n1lal;tu dummy feeling* — <luf 10 thi 1 (unction*) 'iiUcldlr-fLga* to women (38-52 l J y{ttR K Pink ham'* ind lo relieve such > tm» wbrU Ooctoni tonic ancoU Blytheville Girl to Sing With University Group Miss Billie Jane Rogers of Bly- heville. a freshman at the Univer- ity o. f Mississippi, will be amoiv he members of the Girls Glee Clul jarticipating in a- concert at Macon, Friday night. Tlie concert, at Macon ig being p.n Nil Pill Mil Sorority will hnvr a call nieeltnjf «t the l\ome of Mrs. Frert Cllilds at 8 p.m. t Blytheville Rook Club will nltel at the hoine of Mrs. Siva Poe. Mis. James Hill Jr. will entertain the Octette Club. Mrs. Dale Horn will br hoslrss to the Thursday Rook club. Mrs. Hill Qllbow will entertain the Avalon Bunco Club. The L. E. W. Club will iiirct nl the home of Mrs. Glen HarrinRion The Thursday Contract Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Rodney Banister. I Mrs. H. H. Hoiichlns will be hos- j less to the Mid-Week Club Thp Gosnell w.S.C.S. will meet al Ihc church al 2:30 p.m. Friday Pie-S"l:ool Childrcns registration for Sudbury School lo he held at the Health Office from 1 to 7 p.m. Mrs George D. Pollock Jr. will entertain the Friday Contract Club. Mis. Paul Byrutn will be hostess to the C.B.C. Club. 'J'he tliltd priloct nrrlve.s whnn lier children are RIOWM unit HOUR Irotn her home, nnd she must, either K'> bnnk to work or [ind ei\iniR]i coin- imniity work lo tMakf her feel lluil there i. K still im RCUVP phicr in tlie woncj (or her. Kve n t hou R h we h;\ve eom e t o realise Dint there sic three cll.stlnrt- ly dilffient, periods in the iiitKlevn Vi'omsin's ndiilt life, \vr nre still edii- »:Hli]jp her HS Ihoupli all o[ licr iichill, lifr were Rolng to follow the .sumo coulee. Some dn\' we mny woi'k out R better crtucnlionnl .syst em fo]~ women. \ We may educate her lor a Job—«.i we. t!o men—lo tnke rare o[ I ho cn- yoAt.s of het lift 1 , Sermon in Song Given At First Baptist Chtiren t tlir wor^iiip .sorvii'r of I tip Fii'jU Bnptisl Church \n$\ nt^lil utifln tlir '' tin erll«n of I-'i ed IVi'ker. director r>[ inL!. r| r rdncixUon. Thr Ihnne of t!ie .^cinu M'I rnon \vp.s "Wr Wtmld See .Ir-siuC' aiui \VHR di\ lfto:l liilo lour dlvisUins drilling I— lliili'is In llu- Vanillin iMcnii i —A Ch;t|i(i-i fli Mury— -Snnnn l';Ulr« t—SI. l.nii 'IVv \\r\ .M.irch Civic Calendar Junior Chamber of Commerce- 7 p.m. Boy .Seoul CouH of Honor, Chria 1 .Un Church- —7:30 p.m. Starling Stamp lOion^h many local postmn.slei.s Ls.sued "provisional" stamps prior to 1347, mt until then did the United Stales i;,sne a strictly governmental .ipon.fOTert by the Macon Rotary Club, and guests will tnchide the Macon Exchange Club, and tlie Broakville, Miw., Rotary Club. This appearance will follow a Joint campus engagement with the. Men's Glee Club tomorrow nlpht. Junior Hich P. T. A. Execnt-ivp Board 230 p.m., followed by P. T. A. me?tinc—3 p.m. Lions Club, Hotel p.m. Amerltan Leplon—B p.m. Wrrtnrsrtar Kiwfvnls Club, Hotel Noblft--12.10 I p.m. l Lan^R P. T. A. Executive Board ; —2:30 p.m., followed by T. T. A. meeting—3 p.m. Th 11 radar Rotary Club, Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Education Committee, Chamber of Commerce office—2:30 p.m. Mississippi County T. n. Association Council—7 p.m. Osceola, Ark. Community Service Council. City Hall— 4:45 p.m. Tneu If she marries, we nmy offer hev rducftlion In hoincmnkmx APTffR she IK mnnled. f>r(Mnly any woman eoulrl be tauphl In H year's concentrated study the skills .she wh! nred as n. hoinemakrr. I>e- votir.R hf.r firs; year of Liuu'ilnRe to golnE to school lo Icnrn lu>w to hnndlr her new nnd mail Important job wouldn't be a, waste of time for any lynrnnn. iMltr Vrars Can 11 c Fi nil fill Tlir I Mini step in her education would be to Ret. her reudy lo iMfikn the rnasl of Ihc years th^t are left, to her al'.er her children nre «rowti. i In whore IMC woman must i or wishes to po b;n k lo work to her.solf, she cimld lake rr- 1 fresher courses to iinikn IHT cm- Noble—12:15 j ploy.iblc. II she doesn't want lo RO back to R earner she would be rnouRh to timke wunr; worthwhile contribution to her community. At this point in hrr life, she «'ith "-'fPriip JMU."; 1?» onj- Kh^, n.t our Pnvionr, HS nn cvt»rlnslinv h«ht ;ind ns nil tha' wo nerd." PiirlnjT thf sorvlrr. 1 ; which ronr- latrtl liyinns (o scripture. Mr.s, W, 11. | Ynrmoi^-h was (ho ^fal- linn Wiulo prc.ionled thi 1 scripUn nnd Jimmlr Culher-slon tho mirnhi^ ptvivrr Snlnf.stx itirltidrd Nfr Hivkrr. Alvin Ilurdiinn. Jr., iiiut Mrs. Fiit- 7tLi.s. Sr. Courier Nr\vs Wnnl lin.s 'lie limp \vhleh yniuiRer wnmrn lack nr'il Ihe wisdom of rxperirnc'V All sue needs Is lo be shown h<nv Ui If w< whihi in like our plan nl RducptloM ns prartlcal n.^ Mml, WE? might nol lm\'r so runny unhitppy, neuiotlr woinen. A.s it Is now we nrc eduositlMR wn- nif-n f' i thr fir,si )> of tlielr adult living. Ihc Job-hnldiiiR phusf. utid IrlllnR them stiiiKRle nlonn as they crni to educate Ihcm.'iclvp^ in homornnkiiivT nnrl In figure out whal to do with their lives once llin liometUiLkir.K Job Lcquli i's only a little of Ihrir limn and rfforl. \\rhr I'prry Coino r,_,.\ KKv in Ihc l>:uU Dentils II.iv 7 — 1111 r r y, Hurry, H n i ry The Three Sinn R—lLnrltlc-lliicU Tiiminy Dorisrj !)—Thr rn-ltlrst Sunn In th \Voild I,\lbi i ml —Dfliitn Miiy Whllty 10—Onr Shlnx Kl.lillr (AtlMim) H_finilmis W.ill/.., (Allnnn) \\ny\\t, Klnx U—Mnrrli Tlmr (Allium) Tlir <i(itilin;in Muni Adams Appliance Co. Inc. J. «'. AltAAIS, Mir. tW-m \V. H^ln I'himr Z071 Brown Almond Doeskin Open Tit \Verige Hrrl American Revolution. Mrs. Brook.s was installed as Tert- C.^SER president of the Daughters ol Founders of Patriots of America. She attended the meeting of the National Society of the D.A.R. ns ic dolcpnle from the Dort Assumption Chapter. $11.95 npTvoM nrrlvnln d«n«? "P brown { You Are Cordially | Invited to Visit \ The j Accessory Shop i i Feminine Apparel i i MalicI Hogan Jessie SrilsJ • Hotel Nohle Bldg. > ' Rlythoville. Ark. ' $• or rmire trade in allowance on your aid washer, regardless of make or condition, .on a new BENDIX Automatic Washer Tliis Is Your Chance for Real Savings—Come in Today HU6BARD & HOKE Appliance Co. TAN X WI11TF. DOESKIN Speclatqr UK Wrdgt Heel J.95 Shoes Vilalily Brown Sliors liai-o ih'- grsrc lo lie fniiiiiiiic —llip hrcl-sniig Til lo foci -fine. Smart fil —smart fashion — smart twice ! HOE tl.ix mil,-i- <>|H-in B:1S Show Slurls I'M OIK-US Siuiilay 1:00; SUH* 1:15 (•"nllminiis Shows Sal. ,t Hun. H:u s ;,lii Nkht Kvrry Nlslll Kxrriil Saturday u |>assr» hnlnilril nn Sunday At Itnvv Thmtrc l.nsl Time Today My Dog Shep Ki>x with Rohrrl I.oWfry ' [ind FlatnR. tlir dnK NV^'K ntul SrLeclril Shnrll Tuesday nnd Wednesdny DOUHl.K FKATUKR VICTOR TRAHCCN - BRllCE BLNNETT A DOR01HY MALOI4H • IOH 0 AKORtA V OELHER"n"AVES • JERRY WALD WARNING! The American Inslitute of RrftiReiatum woulo 1 like to uain j'Oll that Impropei tur stniaRe ran do more hnrm than poorl to your furs. This mlem.ilionally rrcoRiu?rd. n<>n-]irorn or- Kanization Tr<-r>mnirn[is that [urs hf stoirrt only whrie i-tin- sl.stei^tly cold, dry air will preserve their supplr ConliniiDiis Shown I!ox Office Opens 1 :-!S Show Shirts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN B:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today rs r>rann>unt News i Selected Short* Tuesday Only The Inslitlife's own <-uc fur sloiaRc farihlie-s at exclusive in Blylhrvillc F1ED Seal. Tliis seal i, lion for your fins- joy theft while .slcnrrt. ncrrs hnve inspriletl anfl Blytheville Lnnndry-Clrauers, who, have hrpii awaiclrd ihrir CKRTI- in proter- y ftve or Don I take chances with your prrcinu^ furv Call IHB tnd-iy. BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY-CLEANERS 210 South Second Phone 1118 Selected Short Subjectl Wednesday & Thursday Friday Red River wilh JOHN WAYNE, SlONTCiOSIKRY CLIFF, JOANNE DRU COMING SOON TO THE RIT7. -AN ACT OK VIOLENCE" with Van HcHin A Robert Ryan •A COXXKCTICIJT V/INKEK" with RING CROSBY -TAKE 51K 01'T TO THE BALI, GAME" willi Esther William*, Ocnc Kcllv and Frank Sinatra "JOHN LOVES MARY" with Ronald leaean, Jack Carson * P«- Iricia Xeal. "I.ITTI.K H'OJIKN'"— .June Alljrsm,|i.irrt O'Brien, Elliatxth Tarlor A- Fctrr l.awford "FAMILY HONKYMOON" wKk Fred MacMurray »nd Claldetto Colbert.

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