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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 10, 1947
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fAGE TWO Emily Wixson, Society EdHor BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS' ': Bill iWflliams "Host . To Band With Drop-in Bill Williams, senior and pros: ident; of Blytherllle ^School band, was host last night following the band's "Spring concert with one of the outstanding informal school fctfairs.of this season when he entertained with A drop-in honoring 70 band members. at the home of his parents, Mr. and'Mrs. W. : Marion Williams, 105 West Main SI. H!> v.-'as assisted by Marilyn Decn, fnior ind drum major, In rccelv- 1"<* (-uc^ts, who inc'.udrid Karl V'^'Y"-'"'-! band director, and A'r* y.'-rtenpfuhl; Mrs. Wilson Herr". farmer band'director, and Mr. Henry; ;:3jid'Harry Parr and Ji'n Pmnrt. students at University of Arknt'sas. Favetieville. for;ner Refreshments of punch with par- tv foods were served from a table dr.iwd with a !?ce cloth and decorated with a low bowl of nat- ci"m. Fr/x/diiK;. at the rofresh- !»r»it. fibin were senior-m a lore ties Jn Annr- s>i>>nfc. Julia Aim Woodson and -Marr Lou Jovner. Junior t" MI i-* 1 ftes -Tune Buchanan and Willaeenc Daws served- •• popcorn. Alsn resitting in enlerlainiiiK were C!»rr«ll Wans, president of next '•onr's baiid, and W." K Horncr Jr. f^inro^ive Prrmieoments of red piwj . whirp flowers decorated the living room. -"''- '.- ., MI-SI H=>«'Ic s Hosfess At Glass Suoper Meet MI'S. Perde Hawks wns hostess Thnrfdoy rlcht for the regular funncr ,nf>eilnK of Fidelis Sunday School clnss of First Banttst.Church. The supper was served buffet stylo-from a Iflce-drnp^d table ccir- tered with a low bowl of verbena. Poring flowers were arranged tliroiirrhoiu entertaining rooms. Following the supper, a brief business "session wns held, pr^-.lded over ,-bv Dr. -Edna Nios. class president.-Mrs. W. M. Williams, teacher, gave" thc devptionril, which had the thome, "Marchln gOrders' 1 , taken, from Matthew 28:18-20. A hejv member, Mrs,-.J3.;F. Coatcs, and 3 -visitor, Mrs.'peggy. Buchanan, were- among tho?» present. • * • Miss Ten-ell Speaks At Dorcas Class Meet Mi« s Effic Lee Terrell, assistant principal at Blytheville Wish School, was guest.snfaker yesterday at the Dorcas Sunday School Class of First- Baptist Church quarterly luncheon meeting at the church. Miss Terrell discussed "Mothers .-of Today," ,. Guests other than the H members - were/Miss Terrell. Mrs- Keroii Gill of Chicago, houseguest of her Burdette School Juniors, Seniors To Present Play ' Burdet-te School junior and senior classes wilt nivsciu Hie three- net comedy, "Sally Comes to Town", Tuesday nt 8 p.m. in Uic school auditorium. The play's ex:it<*nieiit begins when Snlly Simple, jilnycd by Nola Duncan, ana Her Uiiclu Josh, jilnyecl by Bud Eas'ey, from Straw- ueiry Center, come to New Yoi-n to visit their rich relatives, who ^.avc been made "newly poor" by u crash on the tin market nml try to conceal it. Other characters are portrayed by G^raldine Pierce, L. A. Auti-y Jr., Jluunfc Nell McDonald, Burrcll Mc- Nafr, J. s. Warrington, Fsij-c Williams, Bcbby Jc:in I'ajiky. Norma Chafin and McVernon Pierce. Bits of News Young Actors, Actresses Present Play at Armors! Vines encircling a make-believe castle and characters in colorful fairy-land costumes carried students ot Armorcl School to thc "land of make-believe" Wednesday when third and fourth grade pupils presented (he, piny, "Sleeping Beauty." Mrs. Alice Womack was play director. James Hubbard wis the king and Sara Hurley, the queen, pages were Dyer Garner mid Marlin Boyctt ana Joan Bunch, Betty Webb, Gene'. Cheshire, Betty Jo Doblis, Ann Ashmore, Marina New™ Hurley and Peggy Howe portrayed seven good fairies. Virginia Baker played the part of the wicked fairy; Annette Brown, the princess; Gladys Ennis; the old woman; Kenneth Bnssclt. th c prince. Carl Paterson and Jimmy Taylor, guards: Hetty Jo Hardesty. cook; Ouwedia Campbell, waitress nnd Herbert Johnson, the old man nt the gate. Other students were visitors in the eristic. The entire croup sang "Brahm's Lullaby'' and the fairies sanp "When Robins are Dinging in May.'' Dr. and Mrs. P L. Ti Dyr-rsburG. To:, 1 !., »r<! spfiji weekend here w'.h his Mrs. il. I,. CUambrrrs. Mrs. L. D. ChambK'-tn turned licme from Mcmr-l' i of the uis re, where at she underwent u lousitcctomy a licsi:llal. Mr. chnmbcrliii i.c- companied •v>,\ i In MeiM]iUis and their son, Oo.i Chamberlin, Hu- dcnt at UtuveiT.ity of Arkantas, Fayeltcvilla, joined tiiein there and accomp.inied ihein ha:n,; for a weekend vis-1. Ann Crook, Girl Scout director of El Paso, Texas, will Ue thc ffi'est tomorrow and Mondiiy of her mother. Mrs. J. E. ,Crook. Miss Crook is en route back to El Paso from Wilmington, Dela., where she has been enrolled in a physical orientation course thc past month. Mrs. Maude Snicjer has gone to Grenada, Miss., to be with her sister, Mrs. Cliff McCormick. who is seriously ill. Mrs. McCormick. formerly of Blytheville. is the former Miss Mildred Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Paul missel! of I.ewisvlllc' are the weekend gu rf Mrs. Russell's sister. Mrs. Jim Crafton, and Mr. Crafton. They rame especially to see Mrs. Craf- lon's and Mrs. Russell's mother Mrs. Keran Gill of Chlcayo,,vlslt- Inn the Crnfton family liere. Lieut, col. Wendell Phillips I; visitiiu: friends nn f i, relatives here on rout,: to Galina, Wash., where he will be stationed. (Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hardin and son. Eddie, of Memphis will snen.i the weekend here witli Mr. HnrdJn's mother. Mrs. E. E. Hardin. and hip, sister, Mrs. Jesse Taylor, and family. I Harry Parr and Jim Smart, students at University of Arkansas. Fnyotteville. arc at home to spend I Mother's Dav. Young People to Give Mother's Day Program There will b c a special Mother's Day program presented tomorrow at the First Church of the Na?arcii!> by intermediate and Junior departments -of the Sunday School, under direction of Mrs, Virginia Students Visit Zoo, Art Gallery in Memphis OSCEOLA, Ark.. May 10.—sixth "rade students spent yesterday in Memphis, where they visited the Pink Palace. Memorial 1 Cemetery, ami Brooks Memorial Art Gnllerv. They hncl lunch at Overtoil Park Zoo. students were accompanied Comiof Eveit* MONDAY Woman's Auxiliary of First, iprcs- byierinn Church meeting In circle groups. Circle One meeting w llhl Mrs. H. H. Houchins, Mrs. F, u Umlerwcod, co-hostess, 2:33 p.m Circle Four with Mrs, B. c. Bail»'/ icy, 2:30 p.m.; circle Three \\Mh' Mrs. Fan-Is McCalla, 2.-30 p.rn CircloFour with Mrs. B. C. Bailey l> inn. Business Women with Mh<j Bess Mall and Mrs. 'W. H. Wick- Jj.ini, 8 ij.m. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., hostess to GI?O Club. EHfs home nt Barflcld. Miss June Hucluinan hostess to Young woman's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church. Woman's Missionary Society of Calvary Baptist Church meeting |n circle groups, circle One meeting with Mrs. diaries Lip-ford at Plvihovtlln Army Air Field ai Circle Tivo with Mrs Fate Brat | -i on West Vine St. Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church meeting in circle groups, circle One with Mis J. E. McPall, Circle Two with Mrs. C. K. Johnson; Circle Three wlfh Mrs. Enna Hohnan: Circle Four with Mrs. J. W. Bishop; Circle Five wilh Mrs. Matt Monnghnn and Circle Six with Mrs. Joe K. Waddy. Woman's society of Chrlsllnn Service of Lake slreea Methodist Church meeting with Mrs. J. W- Maloncy. TUESDAY Mrs. A. G, tittle and Mrs. J. Louis cherry hostesses for Charlevoix Chapter. Daughters of thc American Revolution for luncheon ei'tintr. I »,m. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. G. O. Poet7. Mrs. Hanford Boone entertaining Double C! Club. WEDNESDAY Mrs. C. S. Lemons and Mrs. C. S. SLcvr-ns hostesses to Chanter D. P. E. O. Sisterhood. I p.m., at Mrs. R. C- Rose of Roseland hostess to Town and country Bridge Club. •^udburv Parent-Teacher Association will have re«uliA meetiiiR nt school, 3, proceeded liy executive board mcetlnlg, 2:30 p.mS Wednesday Bridge Club will be entertained bv Mrs. R. C. Rose THURSDAY Mrs. W. H. Wvlle hostess to Thtirsdny Contract Club. Octette club entertained by KJi. Clca LfUigston. Mrs. Cecil Shane. SATURDAY, MAY 10, 18-17 Aleman Inspects TVA Clark, both of Blytlic- of Bento.'i Mrs. Bessie : Elizabeth vine. Clinton L. McNeal Harbor, Mich., a ml Smith of Manila. Jnrnes Allen Haynes, Jr., and Miss Ruby Inez Guiley, both of Blytheville; Sam It. Imergoot of Jonesboro and Miss Hilda Marie Asp of St. Louis. Mart Copcland and Mrs- Fecna Kelley, both of Caruthersvllle, Mo. James II- Pierce of Blylhevjllo and Miss Elois Smith of Koiser. Glen B. Castleman of Blytheville and Mrs. Alva Messenger of Mlcola, Mo. Billie Johnson of Manila and Miss Wilma Owen of Dell. * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 K. Main I'houe ?.U Mrs. Helen Wren entertained ly Eight Club. 7'- Convalescent Home Bought for Cripples UTTLE ROCK, May 10. (TJF1 — The $225,000 Convalescent Home for Crippled Children at Jncksm-iville will be ready for occupancy by August 1. according to Mrs. Jack Carncs Arriving at Cliultanooitn, Tennessee, for an Insertion TVA installations, President" Aleman or Mcxeo, ri:;!u Mayor Huu.h Wasson, left. President Airmail is !u;;tVy the TVA .since he plans :i :;imi]iu- Final Rites Conducted For Mrs. S. L. Forsyffte Relative and friends from out of town here yp.sterduy to attend funeral services for Mrs. Julia -Lee Fnrsylhe, widov: of S. L, Forsythe, v/ho tiled Thursday morning. were Mr. and Mrs. Guv Robbins, Mr. aurl Mrs. Earl Rabbins. Mrs. Garner Uotbins, Dr. and Mrs. S M. Nfckols. Mrs. R- Marshal! nnd Mrs. L>. Young, all of O.-c«>l!\; Mr. and Mrs. D. i!5. Mt'Kenzii? and Mrs. Van:e Lunniny; of r Michi^an Cilv. Miss., yrr. and Mrs. .fames H. Mc- Ker7io. Mrs. C. p. McLeod. Mrs. W R. Wvnn ami Clyde Love, nil of Mci"p'us. nml Mrs. John Hartley of Nev,' Orleans. Pallii'-arcrs were R. I,. Games.' !•'. n. F-r<H,son. jossc Taylor. A. O. KaP, F''r, rco'-bins of Oicoola and Dr. M. S. Nicliol K of Osccola. if the famed s greeted by interested in nerii part ot MOTHER In memory of Mrs. J. H, Humph- rcy. who died July 28, 1946. Dear Mother, isn't, it strange that now and then Words you told me come back again? Maybe it's (nicer, but I wonder why Footstep echoes still make me cry. Now when I walk, oh anywhere, Old pathes. Dew ones are oddly bare, I'm not afraid if hills are high If there aren't stars tor each night's sky. I I wouldn't care what day's end , brings If you were near, Mother dear, to laugh at things. Mrs. c. M. Oliver, daughter V/ant to Keep TnJtfc turkUh lm| ]is ! Tl kmiViTi iliu svoriil wvi'i- nur sysu-in. rolk-vi- arO.rhb. mus^-u- ir u.-lit -s iinil i>;im>- iiml junk,- you kc new 'riKiiln. Don't ili-liiy. rail' »s fur fli>|H»iiHrn«-iii m.'i-, V^u'M l/.f f.- I- inn l>L'(t-T in slu.rt orit.-r at very small fxtiunt.^ to'il Artie's Beauty Shop 1 WetheWomen! REVIVAL Emanuel Baptist Church Half Moon May Tlth to I7th Rev. Percy Ray Baptists Aqree Law No Cwre for Weakness their sponsors. A. A.'Adams^ and of Cnmden. Mrs. Car,, duriiiB the Sunday Schonl hour. In thc regular service, special recognition will be given the oldest mother in attendance and the youngest mother nnd lo She mnlher who has the most children in church service tomorrow morning. Miss Cordelia Wilhlte eave thc devotional" arid Mrs. J. W. Portlock-conducted the business meeting. ~ -•--.- nnd D e n Girl to Graduate From College in Texas Hosf fess To jollv Eight Club J. o. Huey entertainpd . . . Thursdny nttcrnon with rook Bonnie Drooks Brinn of Dell hns been listed as one of 03 senior students in Abilene Christian college. Abilene, Texas, to receive degree In June. She is to receive a Bachc- clor of Science degree in secondary education. Bacalaurente c.vr-rclses will be lv for members of the Jollier home on C'ub BTO""!.-! of i«et>k ormiee blos- scm~ —:• r^. cps drrnr^ted the home. Mr*. G-nver Wren won high sc->rt- ^r'z'. fcfind hii;h went to Mrs. Nevjl'e Blr>-i-more and rooko to Mrs. Harold Hinson. Clnh With Rook Party Mrs. A. A. .Hardy was hostess yesierris" afternoon at the home of M" P.-"il Byrum to members of - S. McCants, and mothers. Osceola News Mrs. Claude" Thomason o[ Meiji- pliis was the guest of friends and relatives this week, she fonne:|/ made her home In Blytheville. Mrs. John Whilworth of Germantown visited her sister Mrs. Cooper Driver, and family, Ihis week. Mr. and Mrs Tnl Tongatp have returned home after a brief visit with their daughter. Mrs. W. E- Duiilnp. Mr. Dunlap. and family in Ridgelcy, Tcnr>. Condition of Mrs. W. T. Rnmscy. who has been ill at her home on Pecan. St., Is improved. hrld in Sewcl! ACC campus . mencement exercises will be held June a. auditorium on the nine 8. mid com- "Down the Oa-rtMi Path." Lewis Lauier. class, rr:«l "<7!< se the Garden Gale." The music clepai rmr.M, nu.:l c - r tii- reclion of Mrs. Ell.w clurk. prc- ienled severf.) i:i:inbt',-s. I^nntc M. Johnson, Cnr.iiyn U.v.,tt>\l:-.le Marearet N. s>nitc. and ircnri Cirois- man sang "Only :i Ro.:y and Helen Ifaskett M:ir!:av.'t Dr-.wnn.-e i,nd •Jirvv c. Smith fang "OKI Fath- \1UUI LU ILlKIIlURTc r>l fnnpri n-lrrlft.i " I Club. Mrs. Cornelius Scherer won high CARD OF THANK sc^re prize when the group played We wish to express our sincere rook, second high went to Mrs. thanks to our friends and nei-hbors ?o^ 1 n,,S r ' d r0 ° k ° l ° Mrs " R ' A ' for thcir mn "J'' nc 's °f kinirncsses during the illness and death of our with loved one. Pauline McDermott The home was decorated Spvin«r flowers. Mrs. -Hardy served refreshments of pie and coffee. Campbell. They always will be gratefully remembered. Mr. anrl Mrs. p. O. McDermott Honors Seniors , At S/iawnee High School I Shawnee Hlgn S^ool 'uiiiorl class enlcrUintd seniors Tuesday nieht with the ao.'iUi'l h.inqiiec at Joiner Methoil'st church. Theme of the nffafr was An Old Flower Garden" ni-.d burning -candles '.'.ri'.T.iti'id vilsh bowls of tulips and viburm. 'o-mcd centerpieces. The arct\wxy w;'i cci'O- rated with v,7t;eii:v. H. L. bverhcy," EirpcriiHe:idint of Shawnee High -Scl-,6.-.!, spoke on "Cur life's Oard-irt." -Jimmy Brooks, president of the Junior class, was toastrnp.sier. The senior \Ui| was read by Catherine Brown; Mary E. Price presented "Rocks We Have Moved" and R'ii>y ItoberUon gavt "Fulure Blossoms." "Onr (Jorden Wall" was read by,. Bill Proifitt and Walter Glover tpoke- en presi- As^ocialion dent of Ihe Arkansas for the .Crippled. Mrs. Carnes said Ihnt the buikl- 1iiK was uecdjns H hospital nt Ihe, Arkansas Or(fnancc r Plant dnHiig the war and was purchased as surplus property by the association. The hospital will have 60 beds. Farm Bureau Celebrates Children Against Dinhtheria A total of 64 children received immunization treatments at a preschool clinic sponsored bv the Os- P.T.A. held there Thursday. Diphtheria immunizations were Ivcn n children and 47 were vaccinated against smallpox. Frank I for eye cximinntions preparatory to receiving glasses, which are to be delivered Tuesday. (^ Dr. p. W. Turenline /conducted the Osceola clinic, assisted by Mrs. Lucy B. Miller, county nurse. This was the largest, clinic .here in Osceola. they said. r,.V. Ark.. M.iy 10. (UP) — Th", Wj-shir.ijlfm On:inty Farm Bureau is holding Its a!:::u;-,l victory cclebr-Mi-xi here tonr-y The 1,003 or uv:rc tiu-nibcin ai.d their friends were .scheduled la hear speeches by Frtd Herndon. president of the lllinoir, F:'.rm Bureau, and De-v:i Lipiwrt s E'iis i:f the University -••1 ArVtuj'Sis C'o!!c>?i' of Agi'lctiltiiri. The ..cciiMon ci-:e- brales the ":H| of n si;ca."^fu! membership drive. ST. LOUIS. Mo.. May 10. (UP) - -A ni:0 u'it:, of the deU'iiates to the S mthfivn Baptist Cotivention aprend tcdry that yon can't sUm a drurk.ud bv passiii'.: n c-oiistitu- tlnnul «incncUiieiit ncainst him. Tin- rteleuates last ni^ht firat ado^trd nnd then fleletod a rero- -UvUrtj^ cnllitic for a constitutioa- r/1- ftnir-ndir.cnt whibh \vould make lav: and jifnali/e Dip fnur per,^on s wlin rvo'\tc this crime against Gr>,| and luim-'niiy the maker, the roller, thf !-,ilyr>r nnd the drinker of,,-;,li,-n: ]iq:mr." Forni'-r C"ivrre->siimn \Villiim D Up^h.iw, AMiin'.T. G't.. Differed the f'enf. Wiiilr :)H' (f: Ir'j.ltcs worn COT:- nclerin^ :\ rrsnintiou ii\-orint; a 'jil! K-hii-h would forbid national advertising und inUnstate sliipmoit „ Ru(h UY 11UTH MILIETT N'KA SliiffWrKcr A widow whose grown and mni'- ried children hnvc walked righ*. out of her life wants to know no-.v a parent manages to keep thc love anil interest o£ children n r t e they leave tin parental roof to live (heir own' lives. I Here's the advice of one mother who has" .solved this problem: il If you can't^ h e 1 p worrying over the problems of your grown children, at least hide your worry from them, i If they're really mature adults, 5 they will resent your concern and pity. Don't ofler them advice, even if you know you are right. That's another thing they will resent. Don't let them feel you are dependent on them for your happi- no-s in life. Make your own happiness. Don't put on a pathetic act hoping lo make llicni feel sorry -.for you and give you more attention. BE ON' THF.ill Sli'K Don't criticize their friends or their way or living. They won't feel comfortable around yon if you do. Show" your Admiration* for 'wh'at they have accomplished or are trying to accomplish. That puts you on thcir side. Be ready and willing to offer-a hand in case ot a real emergency. But don't give them too much, cither in the way' of financial help or by letting them dump their children on you. They'll have more respect for you if you assume they are capable of standing on their nwu feet and meeting their own responsibilities. of Myrtle, Miss. Services Every flight at , :30 Listen to Showers of Blessings Over KLCN Tomorrow Morning ot 8:30 a.m. Sponsored by Church of The Nazarene TEEN-AGER. Continuous Sho\vs> Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO Kl.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:13 p.m. 4:30 p.a Serves on Aircraft Carrier serving at present second le. Mo.. Attack hen tb,> endm-«"neni came nn v ' ntr ' rplv '"•'•"^" v-'rre henrd. ''"'^ vvrlc "" ''isFenlir.i; voices the I'.v.endriV'nl »•-,, ,-usM-d. "" M '' nr L-. F. llnvton, Mont- moved th;\t Ihe en- ,-lr'lpte,] frnm Ihf rec- that man's -weaknc-is i, rniM not he m:ul-: rnmer.v. A 1 :', dorsemrnl, bt ord. stntiii'r in intoxirnl; a matter of Ucsiiaw protected vi rorouslv. bijt I lie corn-cm inn voted overwhelm - incly to delete thp r:ldor,st".nent. i fn olluu' busim'/s last ni^ht. Die Carrier. Air Group One which his! rnnvcminn srl octroi M"»irhis. Temperatures can be gauged ralcJy by watch m i * the sail j ants. Their speed increases ay mercury rises. ac 1 of ! the returned to this country 'from the i Tenn.. Pacific area aboard thc aircraft vention. carrier. U5S Tarawa, the Navy announced toriav. as the .site of the \§'\ con- Read Conner News Want Ads anlliuidct colleije. in Washington. D. C., is the world's onlv college for the deaf. Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHOP WATCH.-NEED H your wolch needs repairing, adjusting, ot iccor.ditlon. Ing. bring It ( 0 UJi All wo ,k Suaraiueed. One Week Service! Pa* G'Bryant JEWELER Main at Second Phone "261 CHICKEN-N t--^^. Large Fryer French Fries - Roth $1,25 Curb Service! IS HE So-o-o GOOD If you WHO I to enjoy i!i« gwxl- ncss of polden t'riod cliifkiv.i at tlioir lu-st—try Cliivkcn-X— Haskel: You'll truly c\ii"rk>iu'e ;i new tjislc-h'cat . . . :UIO!!UT tnilrstone by Dixieland in giv- iuK yon tin; 1)0:;'. in good foods* Frog Legs '* Fish * Steaks Marriacje Licenses Marriage licenses issued the past week through tho local office of the county court clerk were to the following couples-. Albert Thomas pierce of Blythn- ville and Magaline Yeayer of Cooter. Mo. William Virgil Folcy and Martha Panoburn's fc Candy For Mother's Day BARNEY'S DRUS STORE DIXIE 3SR Highway 61 North at Holland, Mo. Phone Steele 17F22 IS REAL PROJECTION SATURDAY Over wilh Kcti Curtis Serial "Son of Gunrdsmuu" No. 11 and yhort Cont'd Shoirs Sat. l'J.-30-ll :30 Sunday and Monday WHERE THE LIVING IS UJSTIfSr.. -. FONDA ™ADARNEU, VICrORMAIUHE/ 1IH HOIT WHY BOViliS Directed by JOHII FORD Pioduccrj by SAMUEL G. ENGEL Paramount News; Also Hhorls Cimt'ii. Shows Sm>. 1:15-11:111) deterioration beeauio neat doincge deitroyi nolural aili in The pell. "Certified." meant protection againil damag* by molS, daman**!, duit. _ ^ "Cer»iticd" means proTcction ogainrtloH by l\:i or Irielt, •Certified" mton> p/opcdy CON7ROUEO temperolura ond regyloted humidity. Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Phone 418 BO.T O/fice Opens at 6:30 Opens Sunftiy ' •'••r.; starts 1:15 Continnons Si ..w. Sat, Sun. Sat -..rjwr '•-. <•« honored en ^onday at the Ttosy. Saturday Prairie Badrnan Serial "Mysterious Mr. M" No. n and Short Confrt Shows Sat. li:30 to 11:30 Sund»y Fox News & Sclectci! 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