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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 6, 1949
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HOB TWO BLYTHEVILtE (ARK.) COUHIER NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST «, 1949 AmtlU Siliba, Society Editor Phont 4461 Miss Roys* Betrothed To Richard T. Mills Mn. ind Mn. O. I,. Ro.vse of •«ryvlll« todiy announce the engagement and Rpproaching marriage, of their daughter, Miss rx>ro- Ihj Jo Hoyse ol Blythevllle, to Richard Thomas Mills of Blyihe- rlll», ton of Mr. and Mr«. M. A. Mill* of Oweola, Neb. Th« wedding, to be a double ring oeremony, will b« solemnl/ed Au- Z4. Mlsi Roys* Is a graduate or the Berryvllle High School and attended the University of Arkansas, where she WHS a pledge to Delia Gamma sorority. She l.i employed now at the Farmers Home Administration in Blythevillc. Mr. Mills was graduated from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, sttended the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, and De Pauw University »t Green Giutte, Ind. He 'ARS a member of the Rlgrna Alpha EJ\)sllon fraternity. He Is pmploycd It) the advertising department ol the Blytlir-ville Courier News. Wedding plans will be announced later. Miss Royse's enR.igrmc7il was made known to her closest friends night at a dessert hrldce at the home of Mis. C. L. Nabers, 1026 West Walnut Street. The announcement was carried on miniature blrda! bouquets at each place. The bride-elect's place was marked by a corsage o! tuberoses and yellow carnations, presented by the hostesses, Mrs. Nabers and Miss Wllma Douglas. The party scene was decorated Jn yellow and ft'hite with garden flowers arranger! attractively throughout the house. Each of the tables was centered with a bomict of golden glow In crystal bud vases. The mantel was banked with greenery and flowers In various hues of yellow. During [he evening's gomes, prl/.e* were presented by the hostesses to the houoree tor htfih bridge score, and to Miss Dorothy Jean HlRRln- son, brldgo. Miss Royse was also presented a gill. The bride-elect chose for the occasion a grey linen street drcs.s trimmed In lace embrolrttry with black patent accessories. Informal Morning Party Given for Miss Parks Mrs, Qrariy Magec entertained an Infornial morning pnrty Engaged — Miss Dorothy pii:n*d Jo Koyae's engagement lo Kichard Tliom- aa Mills was announced last night al a dessert bridge given by Mrs. C. L. Nabers aiul Miss Wilm» Douglas. J'lans for the August wedding will be announced later Augusta Bride-Elect Feted at Rose Room Mhft Anne Oallowny, of AugusU, bride-elect of Don Chamblin, son of Mr. anJ Mis. L. D. Chamblln, *'a* lonoi«1 yesterday when Mrs. Chamblln nnd Mix. J&ck Chumblln invited 15 PA.*M.% to meet, her. Miss Galloway, Mrs. Virginia Galloway, lier mother, also of Augusta, and the hofitauos received the RUKst.s at the enlranee to the Rose Room of Hotel Noble. The honoree chose R favmdar linen frock with while acceMorlc.v, anc a n'hlte bridal corsage of P, and gardenias a I her Bits of News P • Two Events Honor Miss Julia Woodson A sin prise miscellaneous shower Crystal Shower Honors Miss Mildred Aim Short The first in a .series of put-Lie* be- al the home or Mrs. W. O. Reeves I me planned for Ml$.s Mildred Ann yesterday after noo complimented JullR Ann Woodson, whose marrJane to Major John S. Hudson, Jr., is an approaching event. Mrs. Henry Dodd was co-hnstcsx with her mother, Mr.v Recve.s, at the dessert bridge for five tables of guests. A pink nnd while motif was carried out. In the decorfttlon.* for the pa t ry. Ta 1 li es in these color.i pictured wedding slippers and orange blnwnms. Handmade, aweelpea nosegays in the .";nmc shades were pinned nt ench guest'.s shoulrier. Miss Woorison was presented » corsnge of white asters and ros«- bmis lo complement her grern shantung 'rocltc. She chose white accessories. Sweelpens In bud vases centered each ol the small tables. The hon- Short, who is the bride-elect of Billy Joe Geint. Riven Thursday night when Mlw>ej: Lota Cusllio and Pt'sigy Flecman of Manila entertained. The nTfjilr, which was a crystal shower, w:-,.^ held at the home of MKs Ca.sUio'.s paienUs, Mr. and MrR Gnrth Castlio at 2013 Hrarn. A green aiul white color scheme wn.s cnri ietl out in the decorations of the home. The dining table on yesterday complimenting Miss Mary orec's tables Ann Parlu who ha* been honored 1 mlnnlure ulth Mveral Interesting events following the announcement of her engagement to Edgar D. OslJn Jr. of LJttI* Heck. The parly was held nl the home of Mrs. Ma gee's parents, Mr, T. I. Seay at JSOO ChlcJffl.«;iiwbR. Vwies of assorted /lowers Including Jifnnlas and crepe myrlfe were attractively arranged throughout th* home. The dining table was eentercd wilh a striking: cenlerpi*c«s of deep red and white astern. Adding to the decorallon.1 on the table •were the napkins also in red and white ML« Parka, who wore a brown chambrey /rock wilh white acces- *orle*, was presented a corsage of deep rose aMera from Ihe hastes. 1 ? and also a unique ashtray with a miniature Chinese girl al one side, M a gift. Mm. MHX Parks, mother of the bride-elect, was a special guest at the affair together with two out of town guests, Mrs. Howard Graham of Steele, Mo., and Ml.v» Belly T>a\e of Frsnlla .Miss, hoiispgucsl of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry. The hosier served reftcflhmenUs of a »aUd course. designated by handmade brldnl Ilgure encircled by .sweetpens: She wns presented her jrlfl.R In a basket tied with n white snlln handle with n cluster of rioilie.% and flowers to one side. Mixed summer flowers completed Hie decorations for the 'home. Tn bridge names. Woorison won high score and Mrs. Cliarles Penn was awarded second with Mrs. Whitney Mot^aii winning low 1 ntlze. Mr* Galloway wore a pink summer crep* draw with navy acce.s- wlt* Mrs. Jack Chamblln WM dressed in grey linen complemented with whKe while Mrs. L.. D. Ctiamb- In chose blue flhantunj? wilh black Hcre.ssorlM. Their eivseinblf* w«c completed with white carnation cor- Rffl A white cutworlc doth draprd the table form wlilch punch and l»rii- sual cakaa were served. Tall while tftp*f« t» silver holders .stood at each side of the centerpiece, an arrangement of white stock and carnations. While floor baskets containing volunimnasbou- qucls ot white blo&son\s (InLshed the 4ft LI 118.<iting the hostewe-s In SPIVHIB were Mrs. ChrLi Tompkin*. Mrs. W. M. WIlllatiiA, Mrs. Lucy McAdams, Mrs. Kd Stewart. Mrs. Mclvin Hatsell and Mrs. Rub« Carson They were t*ch prewnted a corsage of white Rardenla*. AttendiiiR from out of town were Mis. Robert Dv#«s of Oscroln «"d Mrs. ChnrleA Affllck of Steele. Mo. Hoslesses Entertain Informally for Sixty which the pifLs were arranged w: overlaid wilh a lace cloth which wri.s cnu"ht at intervals around the hem with liny corsages. 'Hie fireplace mantle wa.i centered with bridal bouquet of while gladioli tied with white salln streamer*. Arrange<l throughout the home were other bouquets nf gladioli nnd summer lowers in vnriotu vases. Durinp the evening various gamra and contents were played, after which tlie houovee opened her 'flits. Miss Short wore for I his affair, a black and white cord suit with while accessories. Her frock was complemented wilh a corsHge of white RS- ters. presented to her from the hoa- lesses. Sixty guests called yesterday afternoon between the hours nf three and five at the home of Mrs, A. R. Olsen on Hotly when she and Mrs. L. L. Hubener enterlnined with an Informal afternoon party. Parly foods and cold drinks were served from Die dining Inble cen- lered with a unique nrrnnKem'*nt nf pink a.slrrs and white slouk and tuberoses. A handmade lace cloth ndnrned the table. Silver and 'crystal stilting complemented Ihe refreshment table. Mrs. Olsen received In a white linen .sull wilh while accessories white Mrs. Hrbener wore R green frock til read etl with gold strands and gold accessories. They were assisted by Mrs. C. P. Rambo. Mrs. Hill Young. Mrs, GI1- a I b"il Meredith, and Mrs. David Olsen. MLs-s Mary Lou Bass of Lepanto, formerly of BtyiHeville, will ieav« MemphU today via American Airlines, for New York City and Washington, D.C., tor a month's vacation. She will bft Joined In New York f»y her coiLS)n, MLss Mary Alice Kueter of Balbna, Panama, Canal Zone alAO formerly of BlytheviUe, They also will spend some lime in Atlantic City during their vacation and Miss Bas.s will be accompanies home by her cousin who will make an extended visit with relatives and friends In Arkansas before returning to her home In Panama. Mr. and Mrs. Grady O. Ma gee wi! i Ic-we tomorrow for H ard; where thc^i Camp Rfo Vista. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Sharp ot For l^ndtyriM*. F!a. are Hi* gueAU IhL week of Mr. and Mrs. Garth Ca&llh nnri family. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Brown and children, Doris and Billy left Thurs day morning for Peabody, U be the giuest of their daughter ?-n sister, Mrs John Lallcos. Mr.s. L* I leas Ls the former Miss Mary Clyd Br^wn. They plan to be gone fo two weeks, Mrs, J. T. Ashley lefl Ihis morn ing for Mount Olive. Miss,, to b wli h her sister who Is III. He brother. T. J. TuHU nf Alexandria LR.. will Join her In Jackson, Mis Mr. and Mrs Dick Stone ot For City were the overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hargett lasl night. They were enroiile to SI. Louis u'here they will attend the bull games this weekend. Mr.s. Erwln Jones and son Patrick relumed Ia- e t night from a SEA STOLE New Liberty News The long, (ringed stole doubling in terry for drying or draping on the beach is a practical accessory making its beach debut this summer Model wraps a reversible-colored terry cloth stole lo cover bareness of swim suit and lop up its moisture. MK Plnley Perklm has returned home alter vLsllliia reMlvex In Helena, Ark., and Memphis. Tenn. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Clayton Holder and family .'.pent Hie weekend In Sa- roilla, Miss., as guests of Mr. Holder's |>areiils. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holder. Mr. and Mr.s. John L. Brothers, and Julius and J. A. Lloyd sprat the weekend In St. Louis as R o( Mr. and Mrs. Jaine.s Rus-sell. While there they attended the ball- game.s. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hardln of Corinth, Miss, were the overnight guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. H E. Long. Birthday Club Meets Mrs D. oarrett was hostess t< the Birthday Club when she entertained at her home in Holland Mo.. Wednesday. LimcUeon was served from the dinint; table which was centere< wilh a low crystal bowl filled witl mixed garden flowers. Following luncheon, gifts wer< prescntfd to Mrs. Walter Wood, who \vas celebrating her blvlhday. The RiifsU spent the remainder of [he- afternoon informally. Oiirats other than club members included Mrs. Barber and Mrs. Henry Meal The club will he entertained Scp- ember 1. at the home of Mrs. Hilton Sieuhenson. Dorcas Class Meets With Two Hostesses - Mrs, Charles Newcomb and Mrs. J. D. Atkins v St* co-hoateM' yesterday at Ihe Kewcrfrrib horiTe for the monthly meetlnft of the Dorcas Glass of the First Baptist Church. Twelve members were present. Mrs, W. H. I "Wis. president, prr- slrird at trie meelhic. Mrs. C, L, week's visit In Roarers, with her sister. Mrs, J. B. Paden. and In Evansvflle with her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. R. Wall. Mis. R, S, Slernbei-fc of Chicago, formerly of Blythevllle, is here on business, She is staying at the Hotel Noble. Miss Marie Bolln of Manila Is the weekend gncsl of her cousin, Mtsa Grade Owens. Mrs. W. E. Wade, who has been ill for several days, is still confined to her home at 222 E. Duvis. Mr. and Mrs. W. P, Mahon and Mr. nnd Mrs. James Niersthelmer left this afternoon for St. Louis where they will attend the ball games tonight and tomorro 1 Mrs, Leslie Barnes and daughter. Barbara, of Oalveston, Texas, are visiting her sl.sters. Mrs. W. A Moody and Mrs. Grady don*, of Huffman, Mrs. Willie Reddlck of Sleele and Mrs. Mllford Miller, and sister-in-law. Mis. John Lorncs of Lost Cnne. for a week. , Newport Girt Named 'White River Queen" At Batesville festival BATE3VILLE, Ark.. Aug. 6. <AP> —A 19-year-old sophomore at the University ol Arkansas today wears the crown as Queen White River. Miss Jeannle Hartley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.A." Hartley of Newport ,won the title last ni»ht as :>f Bater.villR ended Its sixth annual While River Water Carnival. She will receive an expense paid trip to Cuba Rtmncriip was Joy Mae Klmmer of Limcdale. June Wyatt of Arkadelphia and Suzanne HarcHn of Malvern tied for third place. Baptist Youth Workers Plan Missco Campaign Fifteen teams of youth workers from colleges alt over Arkansas, will be in Mississippi County next week to conduct * Baptist Training Union enlargement and promo- They will tx here tional program. The teams will he placed tti 15 Mr. and Mrs, John Morris and ! rural churches, wllh the First Bap- two children left today for a Iwo \ list Church In Blythevllle. serving Emergency Board Balks At Hearing Grievances; Critical of Kail Unions WASHINGTON. Aug. 6—IIPi—An emergency board today refused to lass on all but six of some 300 Coming Events Social Calendar Circle meetings held by Oalvirf naptlst w.M.U. In the homes at i:30 p.m. The Lake SU-cct McthoAlsl W.S. )S. will meel al I he home of Mn. W. L. Green. 314 N. 9th at J:J» i>.m. The cnlvary Baptist V.W.A. will meet at the church at ^ p.m. •I'll* W.M.U. circles ol the Hist DiiptLsl Church will meet at 2:TO ]>.rn, as follows: One, Mrs. Lloyd Sllckmon; Two, Mrs. J. W. Rayrter; Three, Mrs. Joe Ramey; Four, Mr». Rcece Woolen; five, Mrs. Ted King; Six, Mrs. Ben Abbott at Ihe horn. of Mrs. Romild II. Geary. The y.W.A. of the First Bapllst Church will meet al the home of Mrs. C. E. Joh ison at 1 p.m. Tuesday Mrs. Newton whlll.s will entertain the Tri-Town Bridp,e Club. Club Eight will be enterlaiiiM. at the home of Mrs. II. C. Allen, fj} Wednesday The Junior G. A.'s of the First, Baptist Church will meet at 2;30 p.m. at the church, Thursday Mrs. Albert Enderlin will be hostess lo the Blytheville nook Club. The Avnlon Bunco Club will be entertained at the home of Mn. Bill Gilbow, Mrs. ->a!e Horn will entertain Iht Thursday Rook Olub, The Gosucll W.S.C.S. will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. Friday The C.H.C. Club 'will be enler- iained at the home of Mrs. C. 3. Dowdy. ;rlevances involved In a thrcalencd strike on the Missouri Pacific Rail- •oad. It said the issues should have been submitted to the National Railroad Adjustrient Board for rtetermlnaUon. The board's report to President Truman was made public by the White House today. The dispute is between the carrier and four operating unions. The board sc-vcrcly criticized whnt It called attempts by some railroad employees to bypass the permanent adjustment board by calling strikes and Invoking the appointment of presidential emergency boards. In refusing to pass on most of the issues, which grew out of Interpretation or application of working agreements, the board suggested that even at this late date they still coud be submitted to the Adjustment hoard. Truck Driver Burned, Another Hurt in Crash SPRINGFIELD. Mo., Aug. 6. OP) — One truck driver \vtts seriously burned and another was slightly Injured early today in a spectacular smashup invol.lng two traotor* trailer trucks and ti car three mile* cast of here on Highway Gfi. In a serious condition at a hospital here, with multiple second and third degree burns over the upper part of his body. Is Lcrny Harrison, about 35. of Springfield. The other driver, Thomas Nnsh. 25. of Dallas. Texas, was released from the hospital after treatment of a bump on his forehead, In^jb- ations and bri'ises. ^r' Traffice was tied up for Lwo and a half hours and slate troopers believed damage would exceed JTS.OOO. apecipl guesU who attended In- McWafers gave the devotional and Out-of-town ttlicslK included MrsT dale, Flu.. eluded Mrs Charles Short, ninther of the honorer, Mrs, Guy Oeati, mother nf Ihe bridegroom-elect, Mr.s. C. T. Sharp, of Forl Laiider- M rs. PYa nk W ebb and Legion Hul Is Selling For Dell Sup|)cr Club The Dell Supper Club and guest/ were entertained Thursday night at, Ihe Legion Hut wilh an informal dinner nance. Hosts and hosics.M-.s were Mr. and Mrs. ?"orrfsl Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Mcrron Koei.ler Appruxln^ntoly f>5 guests aticiulfri the affair, A color scheme of yeUov, ami green was u.<cd In the decoration*, The tables \vcrc arranged In a T) shape with bouquets r>f mixed f!ov. p - er* being placed at Interval* down parlners were malchpd in a novel way with each guest dm wine an object from a paper bag nnd [hiding their partner who had the matching ob.loct. Guests who attended Included Mr. and Mrs. Casey Johnson. Mrs Ophelia Boyd, Herman Kochlcr. Dallas Brownlcc. Mr. and Mrs. C A. Smith, Mr. and Mr.s. Jack old- hum. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sen.v. Mr and Mrs. Frank Stay. Mr. and Mr*. Arnold Miller. Mr. and Mrs. T. O Tluey. Mr. and Mrs. JOP Firrman. Mrs. Mavis RoUleinire. Clrm Wills- lie, Jr.. Miss Nora Simpson and KImer Stone. Howard Graham of Sleele. Mti and Mrs. Walter Daniels. Jr.. of O.sceola. Mrs. K. n. Woodson, mother of Ihe bride-elect, was a upeclnl Kviest. Mrs. Everett Peterson as-slsled the hostesses In servhig. Miss Woodson was acnln complimented when Mrs. Chris Tomn- kius, Mrs. Jim Tomnklns and Mrs. nene Tealord entertained with a I o'clock luncheon at the Chris | Tompkins' home In Burdelle i Thi'r.sday. I The Iwelve Kiicsts were served nl Mini! lablrs \vhlch were centered wllli a mlnntllre houoi'el of snap- drapons and eladioll. Arraiiaed or, Ihe porch were vases of zinnias. marlRotds nnd other mlxrd flowers. The honoree was nresenlrd a Rift In her crystal pattern from each of 1he hoslossev Miss Wnod*on chose a green and whlln cotton frnrk for Ihls occasion with arces s or[rs of green reptile. • • • Kay Blflckarcl Observes Pirlhday With Partv Kay "' •• rk a i rI was t w * 1 v t y r a r.i olrl y^.t.tfT(3ny and In ob'prvnnrr of UK- nrcaslon llltrpn nf brr frlrtid^ Kiithrrrit si Uir homr nf hfr pfir- mi* Mr anrt Mrs. M. H. nbckfirrl last nl^ht. Gay party rnp.s in briK^it rotor* rillfvl with bubhlp' sum. arre Rlvrti ax fa\ p fHs to ihr Biic.'sts. PrLzf-i wrrr rtwanTr-d In Rnnir^ 10 Paul, Henry and Chnrlcn Gnfc>rlh. Hot fine.', pntnto rlilns. cnke snrt colH drink* wcrr served, Mis Hla^^^rd nntl Kav wrrp as- Aisled In wrviuK by Mrs. Idell "larkriid and Mrs. b»Krnnne WiiH- tic. in Mrs. Robert Blaylock. The hc.stewrs we IT a.vfi.strd serving by Mrs. Garth Cantllo t dnughter, Mrs. Rube Caraon. Mrs. Elkins Entertains CBC Club, One Guest Mrs, O. O. Elkinx wns hostess yesterday to the CBC. Club and one guest. Mrs. J. D. Smith. Mixed summer flowers decorated (he home. Mrs. P:uil Byrum von high score. Mrs. r*. A. Cnpeland won second and Mr*. Alvin Hardy t/wiV roc T* tr hostess served n salad course wilh iced drinks. Mrs. Sylvester Visits Friday Rook Club Mrs. Raleljih Kylvrstrr WHS finest yesterday when the Friday Rnok Cluh mrl n\ thr hnmr nf Mrs Don Tlaley. 3i>tniner flnwrr* *rr atlrnrtlvel; arranged In china viue.s throuRlinii Ihe home. Prlzr.i UTnl to Mrs. Ivy Cra'.vfovr! high, Mrs. Harry Tlngnn. xerond and Mrs. A. K. Millrr. ronlco. Ilrfre- tl irnrnts were served hy th At The Hospitals Mr Hn-iiiltal Jim Orern. Stcrlr, Walli Hn%pU»I praver by Mr.-s. C. I,. I^emons riis- the meeting. orority fo Collect .inens for Patients A Meld representative from the meriran Canrer Society told Nu Phi Mu nororlty members of the duration*] progrnm of the ^oclely Thursday nLglit, Wniiam Slates, of the society's Arkansas rt:vislon with headoimrt- rs In Fort .Smith, explained the prospective national .service project t h e Drfii si 11 g and Loa n Cn p boar t j for terminal cir&er pntients, The business session was at the lome of Mrs. Gilbert Hrimtuock. Old white linens and shlrl.s will bt collected by the chapter here "or us dre«lngs for North Mtss- sslppi County pntienl.s. Mrs. Hammock asked that don. HOUR of Un«ns be made to sorority members. All "Aw»l*V Aprlcoj.s, oi'HnjueA, peitclic.s and nictfranates WPJ 't. referred to by She ancient Romans a.t "applr.s." They dlAthiRnlslieil the fmlLs by the namc.s of tlie comUilr-s where they were gr wn. weok.s visit In Terre Haute, Ind. Mrs. O. E. While ot Little Rock arrived yrsterrfay tn spent the weekend wilh her son, Floyd While, Mis- White and family, Mr.v C. W. AffUck relumed today after several months spent in Europe. She wa.i the guest for several werk.i ot her daugher. Mrs. Robert HarUgnti, Mr. Hartigan and family in RruvicLv Belgium. She returned to the United Stales by IransAtlan- tlc clipper and was met In Memphis by Mi. Affllck. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips and son Ru/sell Jr. returned yesterday from Nashville. Tenn.. where Ihey cnrollcri Rus-sell Jr. In Vanderbilt University as a freshman. They were also accompanied home by Mrs. Phillips' n.cce. Mrs. W. Howard Po r d, who will remain for A week** visit. Returning last night from .several weeks spent in Richmond, Va.. were Mr, and Mrs. E> U. Ferguson. They were the RneMs of Ihelr daughter, Mrs. Robert Srnart, Mr. Smart and family while away. Mr- B- O. Cfill and daughter, Ml. e s .lojce Gill, and grandson. William Breton GUI. and Mrs. R. B, HMdm returned yesterday irntn * ten-day varalion spent at points o[ in Florida, Virginia, Uie Carol nuts and Wa-shlnaton. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pan ox will motor to Little Rock today. They as headquarters, and will conduct a week of concerted visitation, train local leaders, and orpanizc training unlmis In churches where they are not already formed. The field wrkcrs are conduct [UK it similar program ( >i Craighead Connly this week. The work Is under the direction of Ralph W. Davis. State Tralnlnpr Union director, who will help (ret the program started here at a rally at 2:30 p.m.. August H. Miss Allrecla Slovall. a member of Ihe Number Nine Bnnt'st Church, and a student a I Cr—fc-^1 College in Nnrlh Uttle Rock Is the only Mississippi County worker In the ffroup, TV Station, 1,200 Miles Away, Screened in Florida ST. CLOUD. Fla. — </F| — Ray Charleston, radio engineer, donsn't worry about a lacx of television sending stations in trn south. He gets just ahout any kind of reception on his set here. He's logged the stations he connected wilh and they include Just about every one up to 1,200 miles away — except Miami. Miami has a 18-foot elevation bove sea level, with • 50-foot x>wer. Reason for the reception uere, he says. Is troposphertc propagation, a hiKh-powered w ay of say- Ing that the sky wave of television Is freakishly reflected In this particular spot. Rev. Henry to Conduct Revival at Lone Oak The Rev. Leroy Henry, pallor of the Yarbro nnd Promised Land Methodist Church will conduct thu revl'.a! to begin at the Lone Oak •tethodlM Church tomorrow ni^ht, :45 o'clock Services will continue •acn nlftht of next week through The Rev. W. H. Ynunt is pastor of he Lone Of,k Church. will return Monday. Mrs. Willie Oean has been removed lo her home on DoiiRan alter receiving a month's treatment at Robinson's Clinic in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Newlou and children. Pat and Richard, left today for Little Rock where they will make their home. Mr. Newton will be associated with his father tn business there. Prison Guard Sentenced At Buehlhausen Prison MUEHLHAUSEN IAP>—The In- niate.s of Ihe Muchlhauscn prison, in Soviet-occupied Thurtngln. had a good time when SnrKCant W. Pinternsigel was in charge. He Invited them for parties in his apartment, let two so-called economic saboteurs escape lo Western Germany and granted leave to prisoners on hi.s own authority. Now it's over. The provincial court sent the sarjcant to jail for three and half years. D=y or Night Call 981 Blythcvillt RED TOP CAB CO, NOW! Beautiful Floors In Your Home Sunday and Monday Mr*. J- Mo, ei you'd HVe your Hoors bc.iutllnUy reflmshcd o II von wisli new tinrdwoou »s phalt or ruhuei Ule. or Inlaid II nolcum floors Chsrtef Wood can do the work expcrllv «nd i reasonable cost C«U '^272 FREE KSTIMATE1 Charles Wood Arkansas Palnl Co. I'hone 2272 Pr«trr. City. . J- Ashhy, City. R1TZ THEATRE BY REFRIGERATION Continuous Box Offtc* Opcn» 1 :4A Show Starts 2M)0 X:00 a.m. 12:t.S p IB 4:1« p. B MSTI:N TO RLCN Saturday I Shot Jesse James j with Preston Foster I >nd B«rb«r« BrHinn • rial: "Rafman *nd Robin" N't. I anri Stlfclfrf Short ntlnuoiiA Shtwlnt Sut I.':M-11:» SURE! twi.min Dan DuryMi will d> inythlnf . , . 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