THURSDAY, MAY 16, 19-10 BtATHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIEft NEWS tin** Wed In St, Louis Mrs, James Brooks Coclirnn, ol Si. Louis, was before her marnqgfi May 4, Miss Doris Muir. dauglHtr uf Mr. niul Mrs. G. L. Muir, UU5 KILSI Uavi-s, Tile wedding was sol- en in tactl nt the Grace Presbyterian Church i)» St. Louis. Bits of News Mostly. Personal Harry A. Maines arrived here yesterday afternoon, following Ins discharge from the Army Air Forces Tuesday at Champ chaffee. Ele was met In Little Rock by his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Hurry W. Halncs. The former sergeant Halites arrived in Ibe United States 10 days ago from Okinawa where he was stationed while on overseas duty. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Daniel -and Mrs. Wendell Daniel and son. all or Kalamazoo. Mich., have returned to their homes after having sper.l a week here with his sister. Mrs. Ulan Stiles, and Mr. Stiles. Another guest of the Stiles family Ims been her sister. Mrs. Ton Leidl of San Antonio, Texas. Lieut. Cecil Branson, US Army Transport Troop command, will sail Saturday for Bremenhaven. Oei'r many, after having been here with ilrs. Branson and her parents-in- law. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson. The ship physician. Lieutenant Branson will go on the USS E. n". Alexander, which is taking dependents to Bremenhaven and on the return trip will bring war brides from. England. Mrs. Jack \Vansilorp t>t Glendnle, Calif., formerly Miss Freddie Wilson of Blytheville and a nurse at Blytheville Hospital, is here for two weeks as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Wilson, and her sister,-. -Mrsr »Maloiift: -Peterson,, .lift. South Sixth Street. Lloutj'Cpi. • Ivy'w. Crawford arrived heix- Tuesday night to o? wit]} Mrs.. Crawford and family at their home. 301 East Missouri. Following his leave, he will go to Fort McClellan, Ala.; where he will be stationed. Colonel Crawford had been stationed in Camp Pickett, VaUwhile making various trius to foreign countries as an escort % officer. .... > Mrs. Doris Beetnan and son, Larry, of Philadelphia. Penn.. arrived last night to be guests of Mr. and Mr.i. Joe shanks, 112 East Davis. Mrs. Beeinan is a sister-in- law of Mrs. Shanks. Wallace I- Hay. seaman first class, son of Mr. and Mrs. Deivey S. Hay. has been discharged frpni the Navy at the Separation Center in Memphis. At The Hospitals Itlythrvilto Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Roy Smitli. city. Joyce Ingrum. city. George Ingrum. city. Mrs. L. E. Clark, Lnxora. Mrs. Lloyd Thomas, city. Dismissed: Paul Byrum. city. Walls Hospital Admitted: Corlene Poff, Ht. 3, city. Mrs. James Hicks. Stecle. Mo. Mrs. W. M. McFarland. Scimth, Mo. Mrs. Earl Wilson, city. Dismissed: Jeff White. Rt. 3. city. Mrs., Tom Hitt, Leachville. Mrs. ; Emma Sue Hawley. city. Memphis Baptist IlnspiUl Admitted: R. L. Tinsley, Carnthersville, Mo. Memphis iMcthodist HospiUl Admitted: Mrs. H. L. Clark, cnruthcrsvillc, Mo. J. M.. Elkin, Wilson. Mrs. E. R Smith. OsceolH. Memphis St. Joseph Hospital Mrs.'Elberl Wnttie. caruthersville, Mo. ' • Picnic Will Be Held For Sixth Graders The annual promotion picnic of Blytheville Grade Schools will IK lield next Tuesday, at. Walker Park, It was announced today by Miss Wiiinie Virgil Turner, supervisor of elenientary schools, who is in charge of arrangements. The picnic for the 151 students was planned by mothers of sixth grade pupils at a recent meeting at Lange School Auditorium. Representing various schools were Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mrs. J. H. Timmons, Mrs. Earl Buckley and Mrs. L. II. Bakci- from Siiribwry; Mr;;. Baker Wilson and Mrs. Rupert Craf- lon from Central: Mrs. W. B. Mayo mul Mrs. A. H. Boyd of Langc. There will be a picnic lunch with cold drinks and ice cream. In the afternoon, the students will have ball games and contests. Teachers participating in the entertainment, are Miss Minnie Foster of Yarbro; Miss Sara Johnson and Miss Alma Peters of Sudbury; Mrs. LiUian Franks of Central and Mrs. TUelma Stabler of Lnhgc. /\d miration IS NOW ON SALE THROUGHOUT ARKANSAS! Here's the coffee thousands in other states have enjoyed fof mpre ,t a quarter century. And no wonder! Admiration is a btefld like ttQ Othef blend you've ever tasted — rich, full-bodied, maghlficfertt! Its flavor gives a lift to appetites and spirits alike. Its fpes!h» f aroma is a delight you simply must experience! Your first cup of tion Coffee is in fact an experience you'll always remember, Fp? truly here's the best blend of perfection, rich, satisfying— rworklcfful} i - v- Throughout the state Admiration is now available. You/U sale at any good food store. Ask your grocer for a pound tp$ay,BiJt i^ for it by name — Admiration. Then spring a surprise on the foijliiy! Open up that oven-fresh vacuum jar where the aroma will carry over iqto the dining room. The choice blend of fine, rare coffees will impart to the meal a fragrance such as you've never enjoyed— and give you 3 c\jp of coffee that's a thriller! (I M X U R I O U S F LAV OR IN E See us tot Your Admiration Coffee. Kelley's Grocery & Market 819 S. Lake Phone 2560 Buy your Admiration Coffee at the City Super Market 109 I. Main Phone 2668 We Stock Admiration Coffee Pickard's Grocery & Market 1044W. Chickasawba Phone 2043 We carry Liberty Cash Super Market 501 W, Main PW*« 37* Admiration Coffee is on sale here. Evans Grocery & Market 211 S. First . Get your Admirtrtk* Cfrfff* »t < Henry's Super Market Phone 2597 309 N. HUDDLESTON & CO. Who1etat« Distributors of Admiration Coffee in this territory.
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