The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1949 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 7, 1949
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SATURDAY, MAY 7, Kl.YTITF.VlU.rc (AKK.) COURIER NKWS PAGE FIVE Amelia SaJiua, Society Editor 'hone 4161 "Last Round-up Parly" feiven for Senior Class The annual 'Last Round-up Party" for member* of the .senior class and guests was held night In the school cafeteria with the Bly- ihcvilte Senior High School Parent- Teacher.s Association as, The "Chuck Wagon Dinner" call was given at 6:30 p.m. with the cowboys and cowghU dres.sed in their colorful western clothes checking their file anus at the door. Colored miniature boots and spurs and individual lariets marked :he places of each with cactus plints in leather lioot.s adding a realistic iourh to Hie decorations, placed in tiie center of the room was an old piano and several other appropriate instruments. StandinR by were two wooden saddle horses. Gay Garigan offered the blessing with Mrs. Joe Trcischman, who was in charge of the entertainment, leadins the group in the singini- of "Red Rner Valley" and "She'll BE Criming Round the Mountain." .lean Dodnian loiil a tale of Ihe Old West with different sections entering into the tun. The all-senior boys' quartet, composed of Jack .Klliotl. Prentis Jernlgan, Jlntnilt »bwe and R. C. Allen, presented ^special numbers and featuring their rwn guitar, mandolin and ukulele. One number was, "Hmne on the Range" with the group enlerini! in the .singing. Jim Lancashire served a.s accompanist when the quartet *nng. "We Are the Harmony Boys of Hardy Hall" which is their theme song. A brief talk on the "Last Round- Up' was gi™n by Mr. Hopper, who told the senior.s "That as you go Into the round-up of life, you mutt carry with yon, in order to be astic- friendship, memories and knowledge." • Jo Anne Trelschman and May Gaine.s sang the SOUR, "Clementine." a.s Belt! Nell Holland, who portrayed "Clemmtine." sat forlornly in the saddle. Don Peterson, class president, gave a short speech, thanking the teachers and mothers for all they have done for the group. Guests who attended were Miss Rasa Hardy, Miss Effie Lee Terrell. W B Nicholson. Mr. and Mrs. Hopper, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Tommey I *nd the two .senior sponsors. Miss I WLuna B. Wllhelm and Miss Frances 1 Bowen. Mrs. R. L. Dedman. was chairman of the hospitality committee. Mrs. Rosco Cra f ton, food. Mrs. Harry Fritams, decorations, Mrs. H. G Parttow, table and Mrs. Henry Layson, serving. They were a-s-sisted by the mothers of the P.T.A. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry anil sons, Allan and Jerry, lefl ye.s:cr- day afternoon for Premiss. Mi.«s.. to spend the weekend will! his mother. Mrs. P. W. Berry and family They wont especially to attend th'! wedding ol Mr. Berry's nephew. Joe Dale of Premiss, lo Miss Ann Bush of New Hebron. Miss., which Is to be solemnized lomorunv In New Hebron. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. CunnlllRhain left this morning 'or Barllf.svillc Okla.. where she will visit her family while Mr. CimninKham attend; a'rent control meeting in Wichita. Kuns. They will be away for several days. Mi. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson are .spending Ihe weekend In Nashville, Tciin.. with their son. Charles Henderson, who is a student at Vanderbilt University there. The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Fitzlmsh and son. William Jordan Jr., left tliis morning for Marianna. where they will spend the weekend w'th relatives. The Rev. Mr. Pilzluinn will serve as guest minister tomorrow at St. Andrews 1 Episcopal Church in Marianna. and Ihe Rev David Collins ot thai church will be nt St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Blythcville. Mr. and Mis. Wilson Henry left nformal Dinner Dance ilvcn for Supper Club Mr. and Mrs. Vance Hendersi and Mrs. llndley Hays were host* ind hostesses Thursday night whci they entertained the Dell Snppei Jhib with an iiifounal dinner dniu-i ai Ihe llul. Approximately 60 gue-sl: attended the affair. The Maypole theme wus carricc can In the decorations of the hall room. The tables were arranges li U shape ami centered wilh ar rangements of pennies roses am mnrk orange in crystal bowl am placet! nt intervals the leuglh of Ih. lublns. Assorted colored candles u rrvslal holders added lo the decora lions on Ihe tables. The men plckd Ihe names of Ihelr dinner partner from tlie baskets carried by fiv children dancing around the May pole decorated wilh streamers crepe paper. The danccis v Heeky Lynn, Nunr.y and Civill Ann Hcnilfison. Hartley anil Unlit Him. The names of Ihe wome were wrltlen on white cards lied to a ifd rose. Guests who attended were Mr. nnd Mrs. Till! Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Russrll Gill, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Graves. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nash, Mr. and Mrs. John Stevens Jr., Mr and Mrs. Wlnfred Wyatt. Mr, and Mrs. Sherman Washbinn. Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Davis. Mr. and Mrs J. L. Thompson Jr., Mr. and Mrs Harry Bradley. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Moore Mr. and Mrs. Glen Johnson. Mr Coming Events Social Calendar Monday The Lake atreel M c t h n d I s I W.S.C.S. will meet at the linme of Mrs. Jinimie Sanders al ^::to p.m. Group MfclhiKS ol the Woman's Council ol Ihe Fiist Christian Chinch al 2:30 p.m.: Pnlih. Mrs. John nuvnetl: Hope, Mis lladlry Hays, at the church; Love. Mv.i. Jaseph McHaney. Program Meeting of Ihe W5.C.S. of the first Methodist at the chinch al 2:30 p.m. 'Hie Mississippi County Subdis- trlc.l o! Ihe MYK Meeting at the firsl Melhndlst Church al 7:30 p.m. The W.M.U. of the First Baptist Church will meet In Circle nroniw at 2:30 pin.: One, Mrs. Herbert Child*: Two. Mrs. u K Van Hoixser; Three. MLS. Ebb Carson; Four, Mrs. Chailes Ray Newcomb; Five. Mrs. J. W. Porllm-k; Six. Mrs K. L. ILile. The W<;mcn of the First Presliy- (eilau Church will meet In Circle Groups at 2:30 p.m.: One. Mrs C. Mrs. Fowler Is Hostess C. B. C. Club, Guest 10 Mrs. Lendennie Fowler was host ess yesterday to the C.B.C. Chi together with one guest, Mrs. D. I C. Freeman, when she entertained nt her home. In the afternoon rook games, high Kore was won by Mrs. Freeman, with Mrs. C. S. Dowdy winning second high and Mrs. O. O. Elkins, rooko. The entertaining rooms o( the home were decorated with roses, cornflowers and other spring flowers, in crystal vases. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course following the games. yesterday to spend the weekend !n Fayetteville with their son Jimmie Henry, a student at the University of Arkansas. Mrs. E. M Pease of Memphis and Mrs F:. A. Milsap of Tampa. Flu., arrived in Blytheville yesterday to spend the weekend with their son and brother. Willard H. and Mrs. Pease. Mrs. Frank Turck lefl today for Rayville La., where she will visit with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Coenen. She went especially to be with her granddaughter, who has been seriously ill. Mr and Mrs. Floyd Haralson left vestcrday to spend several days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs Mark A. Limbird at Shoflner and Mr. and Mrs. George Haralson Rt Augusta. Mr. and Mrs. John Nicholson of West Memphis, formerly of Blvthe- vllle are the parents of a son born vesleiday at the Baptist Hospital 'in Memphis. The couples first child, he has not yel been named. Mrs. Nicholson is the former Miss Marv Lynn Bean. Mi-, and Mrs. Ted Krutz and children Teddie and Janle of !.«.,le Rock arrived to spend Ihe weekend here as guests of Mr. Krutrt mother, Mrs. L. M. Krutz and his sisters. Mrs E F. Blomeyer and son. Gerald will have a.s their guest over the weekend. Edward F. Blomeyer of Peoria, 111. and San Antonio. Mrs. W. T. Caudle was dismissed from the Methodist Hospital In Memphis, where she underwent and Mrs. Gordon Henley. Mr. an< Mis, Frank Seay. Mr. and Mrs Sanford Boonc. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Gill and Herman Koehler. Baptist Dorcas Class Holds Regular Meeting The Dorcas Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church had their regular meeting yesterday at the church following the prayer meeting. Mrs. M. W. l,cwis presided over the business session, during which line reports were beard from the various officers and committees. Players were oCTered by Mrs. H. L. Chambers and Mrs. Charles. Newcomb Mrs. J. F. O'Nell was a guest at the ineeunR. Hostesses were Mrs. ,1. P. Tompkiiu and Mrs. C. P. Tucker. Wes/eyon Service Guild Meets with Mrs. Hardy The Promised Laud Wesleyan Service Guild met yesterday at the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hardy with n members attending Mrs. Thomas Moore and Mrs Leroy Henry were In charge ot the program. Plans were made for an all day meeting Sunday May IS Following the meeting the guests were taken through the home by :he hostess. Refreshments wei'e served at th close of the meeting. C. Council! with Mrs J. P. Pride, co-hostess; Two. Mr.s. Jesse White; Throe Mis. G W. Dillahunlvi Pom- Mrs. I'.crman Carltou with Mrs. Sam Time, ro-hiistr.s.s at S p in. llusiLie. ; .s Women's Circle. Mrs. Mareert Boll with Mrs. Mildred Cutler H.S at a p.m. ' Tuesday Junior Auxiliary-1(1 A.M al home il Mrs. A R. Wetenkump. Tri-Town Bridge Club will meel at the home of Mr.s. Rn.ssell H Farr. La Pelilc Club will be entcrlahied at Ihe home of Mr.s. J. F. Monliin- dnn. Mrs Max Held will lie hostess lo '.he Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Wclrion Rainwater will en- Icilair tlie La Nueve Club. DA.R, Luncheon at 1 o'clock in Hotel Noble with Mrs. A. Cnnway and Mr.s. C ; F. Tucker a.s host ' Wednesday Chapter D. P.K.O. Sisterhood wll meet at the home of Mr.s. R. T Kirshncr for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Chickiinaw Chapler. Delphian Sn coely meeting al Hole! Noble at 1C a.[il. Mrs. Charles Rase entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. Town and Country Club bein entertained at (he home ot Mrs. C L. McWnters Jr. Family Night al the First Melho dist Church at 6:30 p.m. Thursday The Gosnell W.S.C.S. will me at the church at 2:30 p. m. Mr.s. John Tyrone will be hcsle to the G.N.B. Club. Mr.s. T. W. Gotorlh will elite tain the Thursday Rook Club. The Avalon Bunco Club will me at I lie home of Mrs. Newel Humphrey. Mrs. Roland Warrington will lasless lo the L.E.W. Club. Thursday Contract Club will entertained Rt the home of Mrs. O. Cnudlll. T. N. Club will meet at the hoi of Mrs-, Carl Paul. Friday Mother's Day To Be Observed Throughout City Mullicr's Ouy In niyOicvlHe will tit* observed Iti nil churclu's tomorrow morning dm IEIK tlu> Smuluy si'hiHil rliisjips n rid the morning worship. The snmmis. ns \\f\\ us spr- clnl Rulhoin.% by lite choirs uiul solos will lx* Bin 1 n In roniombrinici 1 ot those being honored on Ihi.s .spi'- diil day. AL (he Buptlsl Chuult. Mother's day L\IU! [mnlly day .Sim- duy will benln R revival to be con- dm-ted iwk-c daily by i>i. It. K Nnylor, inisloi ol the Flrsl Hnpllsl CluiLi'h. Columbia. S, C., with .si t'liil music to lie in id re UK* direction ol Fictl Deckel, direct or of inusU'. The Cenlrnl PjUTiU-Teimhi'i.s A«- socliiUon Is enterlntntug with > luncheon homitlun the mothers li the acl urn I with l he Alphn Delli ihuptpr of lie l n SlKiun Phi luwtiu their mother*, n.s guests i\t a lunch- Fus/ness Meeting Held By Methodist W.S.C.S. I'll (ioMU'l! WollH'n's .S'H'lt'ly of :lulKllan Kervlcc' ol Ihe Mi'lhodlsl •Inuch met Thmsduy nlleinoon ai lie hnnie of Mrs. ilendi'iMin II.HI a business meellnK- There \veie 0 inrnilii'is and two visiting. Mis. iMMin Morris niul Mrs. Amy Kiilh nrdoii, present. Tlie nu'ellhK opened wllh I In 1 nuUiR of n hymn followed »v prayer by Mrs. Andeison, Tile di'iolhm- al. "Let There lie \.lKhl" wtis nlivn Mrs, Mervln Oocik. Thi- hymn, MIX Is All Ihe World In Mi wus MIIIR by the uroui), after which (he business session wiis cnnilurteil 1'lie president appointed various nmlttecs also led Ihe Kioup in piayrr A solo wns ptcsenteil t)>' Ntis Morris lUU'ompnnlcd lit tbr \iiutK: by Mrs. Hull. Ueficshini'iits were served by tin liosios*. nisnilssiil prayer wns offered by Mr.s, Cook. ' eon also liulay. '1'lie various ehisses In Cenlrit Mcluuil enteL'lained with class par lies lumorlnK tht'ii motller.s ycMci da)' alteriuHin with the pupils a Ibury Scluiol also complimentIni Ir molliers s\-iih parties. Many Hlyllievtllc sludents nt 1)1 Iver.slty of Atkansas and olhe li-iies are looking lorwurd to Hi Uhi'r's Da>' weekeiul. with th ppy tliutlKht thai they will li •bulling It with ll.eii own molh- cllher a( the collcKe or In their n homes. 'icnic oft Barfield River eld by Fraternity, Guests Mrs. Humphrey Hostess To G. N. B. Club, Guests Mrs. W. L. Walker. Mrs. W. A.] Angel and Mrs. Ed Cherry were quests Thursday when Mrs. N. .1. ftiuwphrey entertained the G.N.B. Club at her home. During the afternoon games, high .score was won by Mrs. Herman Hoffman, with Mr.s. Walker receiving low score and Mrs. Louis Zeller. bunco. The home, was decorated wilh attractive arrangements of roses In various shades. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course.' major operation there three wee.cs ago Her condition ij improved. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Head and .son. Harold Jr.. left today for Lamarr. Miss., where they will .spend the weekend ns guests of Mr. Hood's parents. Mr. and Mr.s. Dale Hood. Tom Smalley. Fred Boyette. louls Lendennie. J. L,. Gunn, F.. O. Adams and T. F. Dean have returned from Little Rock, where they took the 32nd degree In the Masons They were gone for four days. Billy E. Stone, boat-swain's mate in Ihe United States Navy, and brother of Elmer Stone of 121 West Davis, is now serving aboard the Navy Amphibious Base »t Little Creek, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Short have returned home from a week's vacation spent at points of interest in Texas. En roule home they stopped briefly in Little Rock, where they were joined by Mrs. Short's aunts, Mrs. Willie Archer and Mr.s. Myrtle Officers Elected 3y Blytheville Ihurch Women Women from [ivr churches rep- esi-ntlni; Ihe IllUhcvilli' Council ot Church Wtmirn yoslnday elected Mis. J. W. I'attcc, Hist viiT-prcsl- ilt'iil, and Mr.v W. 1. Di'iiton. lils- duiiiiK n busin Rcv. Collins to Conduct Services at Episcopal I'lie liev. llavkl II. Collins, ivclor of St. Andrew's Kphconal Church. Miirlnunn and pilcsl In i-hnriir ol lluly Cross Mission. Wi'.il Memphis will he Riii'si pmichct nl St. KU-- phcn's KpisiMipiil Chinch I orruw ; was held lust nlKhl nt near Barflcld by Ibe l-'j'ftternlty mid theli plcnl rlvei ialnn\ lests. The guesl.s were HaL'bnrn Ste\\ai-l. ancy rlanillton, t:iuma Aycock, ary Van Sliced, Jenncue Srherer. ollclla Harnes, 'l't]i Holllngsworlh, mtiy Xenos and Gcoruc Rlntrs, he members who attended In- udcd. Junior Moore, Roy RocerR. harles Bonan, George Spaeth, II. Rook. Satn Johnson and Illll Una way. oni'd—2:,10 p.m. followrd by P.T.A, petiiiR 9 p.m. Writiirsdajf Klwanls Club, Hotel Noblc—l'^H) .m, Sudbuvy T.T.A. Exrculh'r Bcmrd— :^0 p.m. followed hy P.T.A. inccl- t\R—3 Rotary Club. Hotel Noble—12:11) ,. The Hi'V. Mi: f'olllns was i;i!ulii- iiled liom Ibe school ol Tlicoloiiy i>[ Ihe University <H tlie Soulh. Ke- wiinee, Tetin Me was chissnmle of the llev. >Vtlllillll .1. V'll/lillRh, pvli-sl charue ol Kt. aiepli"u's unrl the (.•iilvnry Mission, Osceuln. 'I'lie Itev. Mi. Collins also will preach nl Cnl- vary C'hmeh tomorrow nlRhl. The liev. Mr. Ki(7.liiiKli will be in Murinnim to enndlli'l the services niul pleach al Ml. Andrew's. Tin.' I be a hoine-comliiK for him since SI. Andrews Is his honu parish. HEY! YES, HAY BALING TIME IS HERE! And I'll do the Job Ihe way you want It done. Just ask yom neighbor ... 1 piobnbly did his hay hullim lusl year. You Kef Ihe sl/.c l)aie you want ami the Jot) Is done expei 1 ly—yel I vimraidee lo meet anyone'R price and quality. Also Cutting and flaking liny. . licltl In conlH'rlion with their nh- '•rvaiu'e ol Woitd l-'cllowshlp Uuy, it (he Fiist Meilmrilhl crunch. Mis. I'allce was nlso naiuctl as Ihe I'ouncll's ic|)U'.-,rntallve lo the C'omminiity Service Council, and Mrs. William Wyall, picsldcnl ol the council, will bo an cK-oflicio mcnibei . Ye.slei day's program eenteied iilhml tlie Ihemc "I'lecdom's l-'oun- iliUlon-.-The Clulsllan Home," mill a pluylcl. "The Clluilcl ot l''allb," was presented In- the younu pcnple oi Ihe Mclhodl.l C'lnuvh. Tlie iilny wiis pieceili-d by u piiini:iui "I i-r- van inurili 1 , presented by MLS, Kou.-ic Harp. In II discussion of the muncH's inijeel. The Well Child Chutes, dt- cctcd by Mis. Annnliel Kill. North Mississippi County lieiillh muse, It wus broiiK^I oul 11ml chlldieii under two should Lie Included In Ihe clinics. ,lnce It Is easier In col reel nulil- luinal dlllK'iillU's Ihen. The uroiip voted In spnul JMi for liulherhiK le rlinlc.s l-'ollowlu^ Ihe Huslncss session and o^rinn a /.ocliii hoiu was cmuincl- ed Nvllh Mis Uliu.ll Wlitlsllt III elnirne. and usslsled d v Mrs. W. I. llenliill anil Miss Mamie Adnnis, Seniors in Luxora \ Present Annual Play LUXORA, Ark., May 7—Th« »*n- ior class of Luxora High School presented tlie annual play In the school auditorium here last night before a large crowd. Produced arid directed by Mrs. C. B. Thomas, the three-net comedy was cnlllled "One Delirious Nielli." Cast of characters Included: Mary lilchey, Hobby Martin, Wilma Lay- lie, Myrtle Sexton, Millie Baker, Iluby Conner, James Driver, James Layel, Lewis liiRnun, George MC- Lendon, Jeiui Owen, Paul Barch, and Herbert l.uras. Stage effect! were dliected under the supervision of W. K. Head, Jr., and Herbert I.UCIIS. At I'lie Hospitals Illylhevlllc lloipltill dismissed: Mrs. U. .1. Undue- Sr.. city, Walls Hospital UlMiilsM'rt: Ben KlJItilt. city. Mrs. .1. IJ. Dnwrison, Manila,. Mis. Hd Illce, Air Base Road. A: Colon. Canal Zone, the rainfall in the wet seiuson averages 116 lix- cllr.s . OA1.Ii HVi 0. i\l. "Hunt" Mill-hell Illylhcvlllc UNIFORM Headquarters • Baseball • Softball (5el Our ['riffs TAX! and TRUCK DRIVERS UNIFORMS All Colors - Culiunliuu $12.95 HUDSON Cleancr-Clothicr-Tailor "Wtiy it il," adl Hannah, "fh.t people with Ida [«it to say tlio molt lima to lay it?" It taki-i us mi time, at all In my I Ihat vvr do a Imnx-llli job of ra- illn rniiilrlne. eXHKTMDtO SAtfSSSSKV/Cf POB fRfC ESTIMATES BLYTHEVILIE SALES Co. f> n 1KB.MAIN ST. BLTTHEVIILE.ARK. Mrs. Quinn Entertains Bridge Club in Qsceola Mrs. Ed Quimi was hostess to the Four Table Chin with desert bridge at her home in Osceola Thursday afternoon. Guest, 1 ; other than club member; were. Mrs. Betty Nelle Starr. Mrs. W. E. Hunt and Mrs. Elliott Sariain. Mrs. H. C. Bryan received the high club prize. Mrs. Starr, the guest prize, and Mrs. W. E. Hunt was the winner of the consolation Eary summer flowers and potted plants decorated the rooms. C.B C. Club will be enleilnlned the home of Mrs. D. C. Freeman. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley will entertain with the rehearsal dinner for members of Ihe England- Cain wending party at their home. The wedding will be solemnized Sunday, May 15. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce—7 p.m. Tufsday Lions Club. Hotel Noble—12:15 p.m. City Council—fl p.m. American Oeion—4) p.m. High School P.T.A. Executive Mosley. who accompanied them home tor a visit with their sisters. Mrs .Frank Webb and family, and Mrs. Eula Rutledpe. Mr. and Mrs. Webb and family and Mis. Rutledge also have as their gue.M (or several days, another sister. Mrs. M. O. Hoeggen of St. Louis, Mn. Save Time Labor Plant Sinkers ACID-DELINTED Cotton Seed L. K. ASHCRAFT CO. Chcrrj A> Kallrnad riinne 44S3 Bcv Ofliee Opens fi:45 Show Starts 7:00 Opens Sunday 1:00: Starts !:15 Continuous Shows Sat. Jk Sim. Bargain Nisrlit Every Night K\ccrit Saturday No passes honored on Sunday al Koxy Theatre Saturday , Border G-Man w wilh (Jcorsc O'Kiien Serial ".Innslcland" No. 12 Jt Short Serial ".lunglelaml" No. 12 and Selected Short ' ('iinlimtmis Showing Sal. 12:30 11:30 Continuous Shows Kox Office Opens 1 :15 Shnw Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN R:ttO a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Saturday Westward Trail with Edilie I>ean Serial "Bruce Genlry" No. 10 and Slinrl Continuous Showing Sal. 12:30-11:30 Sunday and Mwnilay ~~ WARNER BROS. 1 Mi/iiim Sunday * Monday SB Tnx sews and Selected Shorts Continuous ShrwmR Sun 1:30 I! : <i-»ju — .in* i mil ^'U*;::;^ '.irammmi ,\fw» \ Srlcclcd Short* Cont Showing Sun 1:15-11:00 Sunday Dinner Virginia Bakcrl Ham in Raisin Sauce 75c Koasl I'l into liccf An Jus 75c Chicken Ala King on Tnasl 7oc Cnmliinalinn Salad (Choice of Two Vegetables) Read Courier New* Want Ads Spanish Baked Corn Buttered Kngl'sh Peas Whipped 1'olafoes Asparagus Tips An Gralen Peach Cobhlor Hot Clovcrleaf Rolls — Duller Air Conditioned for Your Comfort ELTA CAFE Highway 61 South Blytheville FLOWERS EXPRESS SO MUCH ON MOTHER'S DAY THEFLOWEESHOP Glencoe Building Call 4491 Whether She's Near or Far She Hopes You Remember

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