The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 26, 1939
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PAGE TWO ' ;-v 'COURIER MEWS • COMFUMENTAK ¥ TICKET This Ticket Will Admit ' C. R.' Fufh £ Companion / , ' Tomato —to the— • KITZ. THEATER' —io see— "BOY KKIENI)' 1 Social Calendar . ' SATURDAY'S EVENTS I Mrs. Hfram Wylle, Mrs; Roland I Green, Mrs. Chester Caldwll and I.Mrs. rVed' V. Rutherford cnter- > lalnfng with bridge luncheon si i Hotel Noble, one-o'clock. • Miss Jessie Brown To j • Wed John J. Traynor ] Mr. and Mrs. Lew Brown an' nounce the engagement of their daughter, .Miss, Jessie, to John J. Traynor, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Traynor Sr., of St. Louts. Mtss Broun, who camo here more than a year ago with her family, wits graduated from the Little Heck senior high school and nlsa nl tended I' Peabody' Business college In tliat j city. One of tht outstanding women ' golfers In the slate, ihe \\on the woman's state diivlng championship ' in 1933. 1 Mr. Traynor \vas graduated from the Carthage, Mo., high school. He received his later education at the University of Missouri whole he i\as affiliated nltli'the Phi Oamma j Delta fraternity. He Is branch of- tice ma'nager of (he local C. I T. I offlce, haying come here about two years ago. * * * 'Miss Smellier To Be Bti3c of _Charlcs Cash i Mrs Ethel Smeltzer announces i the engagement of h«r dniighler, Miss Marguerite, to Chailes R i Cash, son of Mr. arid Mrs. K. G ' Cash. " j Miss Stheltzcr was giaduatcd last ' night with high honors fiom Ilic Holy Angels Academy of Joncbboro 'where''she has aIterVded school for the past four years She is a daughter of the late Frank J Srtieltzcr, ( of Memphis. \ -Mr. Cnsh, who attended the locsl high school, is noiv In the elecln- cal contracting business. Summer Scheme llscd In Party I>ecoratibns , "A summer scheme, \\as can led out in Uic parly given by Mrs. led King yesteiday altem;on r when she cntcrtafned"rncmbers of'the Double Four Bridge club and two guests, Mrs. J.G.: Barnes and Mrs. T. J. Harriet Larkspur, roses and other sum mer flowers were arranged about the entertaining rooms Rclresh- "tnents were served In two courses, a plate lunch and strawberry pic iitn whipped cream. High scsre prize in the bridge games went, to Mri. Theodore Logan, i & • , » Is lloiless io Club Mrs George A. Hamilton was hosless to'member of the Thuis- day Bridge club" and t\vo guest*, Mrs. E. A. Hale ami Mrs. J. P. Friend, for a party jcsterday at- A summer scheme was carried out In : the. party decorations. Tallies uere in Ihc seasoiwl motif and garden : flowers were used. Mrs L E Baker was presented club yirlze and Mrs. J. P.'Friend, guest, prize. The traveling pilae •venl to Mrs. J. E. Paltcrson. At the conclusion cl the games, the h:stcss served a dessert, course. * » » Sirs. Thompson Is Honored at : Parties Mrs. : Louise Thompson, of Fort Smith, Worthy Grand Matron of Older of Eastern Star of Arkansas, has been complimented at. several parties during her official visit in this section. She is Ihc housc- guest of. Dr. and Mrs. E. R. : Bogan, of Luxora. Yesterday neon, she was guest, of honor at si luncheon given by |he local O. E, s. chapter nl the Rustic Inn. Other out of town guests present were Mrs. Bogan, p'as.l Worthy Grand Matron, Mrs. Geneva Fowler cf Wilson, district deputy, and Mrs. Irma Bandy of Osccola, Worthy Matron of the Osceola chapter. Table decorations were In red anci while, (he Worthy Grand Matron's colors. The jnnlii center. piece was a star In the five col-rs, blue, iicljjv/, while, preen and red. Favors were blue vases ot mixed flowers. . A*rs. Charles AJford ija've the welcome to which Mrs. Fowler responded. Mrs. J. A. Sallba, Worthy Matron of the local chapter, introduced Mrs, Thompson who spoke to the group. Brief talks we're made by all present. Several members In the Blythe- vllle chapter also 'went Io Wilson Wednesday night when members of the Huffman, Osceola, Wilson and Blythcville chapters ^ntcr- talned in Mrs, Thompson's honor. After the grand olliccrs, Mrs. Bogan, Mrs. Fowler and Mrs. Thompson, were Introduced, initiu- tsry «ork was done, Mrs. Sullba presented a gift to Mrs. Thompson on behalf of the four chapters. A dessert course of Ice cream and cake was served. Tiie Ice cream was In red and white while the cake was while embossed wilh various colored slars. Blythcville ]ic;ptc In Wilson lor the affair were: Mrs. Sahba, Mrs. Col) Copeland, Mrs. W. A. Stic'k- inon, Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, Miss Corn Lee Colcman, Mrs. ijiilli Kyle, Mrs. - M. Fitislinmons, Mrs. ' ,t. ,D. Smith, Miss Wanda Smith, Mrs,;, L. M. Bunwtte, Mrs. Amy Stanfield, and Mrs. 11. B. Wilson. * '• * All Members A I tend Contract t'luli Tarty All the members ol the Thursday Contract club were entertained at the home of Mrs. R-clncy L. Canister Tor an afternoon party yesterday. . The club, which has formerly been a luncheon organisation, will lie entertained by each member of the club at an alteino:n party be- fsro it is adjourned' for the summer months. Arrangements of Madonna lilies and delphinium and other bouquets of mixed (lowers, all from the hcst- ess' garden, decorated the Banister licine. Summer tallies completed the llDrnl moUl. Ilefrcshmenis were served at HID conclusion of the bridge games in which Mrs. Carroll Blakeniorc received high time pn?e SvJi.' -' ' Arc f\cw Membcrb Of flul) Informit Mr ihd Mrs J J Bryant Miss Thelma Wells mid Raymond Johnson, who attended Ihc parly given by the Club Informal lust nlghl as guests, became new members of the group. Iiin and -Mrs. Bob Gwynn and Mr. and Mrs. Gionne Whittle entertained the members with the parly at the Woman's club. Dancing was interrupted at midnight when supper was served bulfct style from a table which had n centerpiece of roses. Other summer flowers were used to decorate Ihe club. The next meeting ol Ihc group will be June 29 when Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lnltrell and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wallace will entertain. Club lias (iucsl Mrs, W. C. Hlgglnson was Ihc guest of Mrs. Louis Applcbainn yesterday alternoon when she entertained members of the Thursday Afternoon club wilh a parly at her home. Bridge wns played lii rooms decorated with summer (lowers, A salad plate was served by the hostess. High score prize In the games went to Mrs. c. W. CarrJgaii. * ' • * Entertains Club At Morning Parly A morning bridge game followed by luncheon replaced Ihc usual af- Icrnccn luncheon and party of Hie Tfuirsday Luncheon club yesterday when Mrs. II. P. Kirslmer cn- leitalntd at her home. Mrs. James II. Bell M'ns n guest. Afler bridge hnti uecn plsycd, the luncheon was served at Ihe small tables. Flowers from the kirslinei garden decorated Ihc home. Tallies for the games were In the forms of match folders. Mrs. J. A. Leech was high scsrer and Mrs. licit, second high. • « » lluncr Mrs. Hilei- Wilh Supi'tr Shower M,i!s. Crane ISiler, who leaves next week to spend the summer with relatives near Kipley, Tcnn., picnic wns complimented at a supper and miscellaneous Shower given last night' at Uic First Presbyterian church. Members of Ihc Business Women's Circle, of which Mrs. Hiler Is u member, gave the affair. Mrs. Ililcr, who hus been outstanding In the activitiD.s of the church, plans to ,go in Ihc fall to SI, Louis Io reside. Mrs. lioss Stevens Is chairman of the'circle. On the committee in charge of arrangements were Mrs. 13. A, HUgg, Mrs. W. C, Leggelt, Mis, M. E. Lowry, Mrs. B. J. Allen and Mrs. L. D, Chamblin. At The Hospitals Hlylhcvillc Hcs|)it;il .Mrs. Eified Caldwcll, city, :ul- mlltcd. Karl Rose, city, admitted. Miss Anna Lee Crciiicr, Dcering, dismissed. Mrs. Virginia Smith, cily. dismissed. Tom Wal-wn, city, admitted. Walls Hospital Mrs. c. S. Albrilton, Slecle, admitted. Miss Esldlc Longacre, Slcelc, ad- niittc<t, Johnnie Ward, Annorel. admitled. iMcuuihis ftiptist Hnspltnl . V H ircar, C.imthcrsUllc, ad Inlltcd Girl Scouts Trip To . Bits of News Mostly Personals ' " ' .' Mrs. Rthc] Siuell-/.cr, Mrs. Adn Kilburn and Charles ii. Cash were In Joncsboro last night for Ihe gradnallon of Mrs. Smeltzci-'s daugliter, Miss Marguerite, from the Holy Angels Academy at Johefi- boro. Airs. Kilburn is Miss Sinclt- FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1939 Osceola Society — Personal Graduates Honored, , Social affairs for Ihe past two or llnce days have centered around the graduating class ami parties In' Iliclr honor. Wednesday night (Miss Emma Cox and M. R, Shan- I lion were hosts to the twenty-nine 'members for n llienler ' party at the. Own Theater In special compliment to George Doyle Jr. Afler Ihe show they were guests of E. A. Thome, owner of the City Drui! store, for refreshments. Thursday nlglil the group were gticsUs of Geneva Wages and I'ec- gy liiijarskl far a iheater party af- zer's grandmother, and Mr. Cash is I ler K ' lllcl ' '""ey wctit to tho home her fiance. , jof I.fflilso Coiiu'Ay for bunco ganin,. Mrs. Doylo Henderson and son, diaries, are spending several days In Rlplcy and Hutnltoldt, Teihi., where they are visiting relatives' and friends. • . . Mrs. M. G. Goodwin and mother, Mrs, A, B. Fowler, left today for Dycrsburg and oilier polnls of Ten- nereee where they will vlsil rel»- lives Her a lev days. •-...' Mr. and Mra. l*n J. Taylor will relm-ii to Ihcir hcmc In Canipbell, Mo., today after having spent a week here wilh Ihelr son, Dr. .11. A. Taylor, and Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. Garrctt Ablwtt Is resting well following n goiter operation performed this morning lit the Baptist hospital In .Memphis. Mr. Abbott is with her. , : Mr. and Mrs. George Cross und family will leave tomorrow morning for Hardy where they will spend Ihe summer: Mr. and Mrs. Cross are connected wilh (he Ward camp there. . •.;• Arthur Adams of Joueeboro was a busncss visitor here Thursday. •_; Lee Sildbury of Memphis was here Thursday and lodny on business. • :.-..-' Miss Winifred Crawford, who "at.-' tends State Teachers' college at Conway, arrived home yesterday to siiend the summer vacation with her parents, Major and Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. ••;•••. Mrs. W. P. Brewery has been confined to her home ; because Vof illness since Saturday.,She is.sllght- ly improved. • : Dick Tipton, a slndent at Union University at Jackson, Tenn., will return to school Sunday, after having spent a few days here. After finishing Ills examinations, he will go to Sail Antonio, Tex., to join Jackie Little and Lou Ellen Stephens were -co-hostesses wilh Louise. Mr. and Mrs. Cl. Harts!!! Banks will be hosts Io thc class loni's'nt for a spaghetti supper in honor of their daughter, Barbara, a member of Ihc class. ". Tlio mutual Progress!re Dinner given by members of the class is set lor Monday night, beginning with a cccktall party in Ihe home of Barbara' Banks, followed with consomme ,at Pclc Stilton's' home and a salad course with Louise Conway as hostess. The main course will be served in the home cf Mrs. C. L. Moore, class sponsor awl principal of Ihe high fchuol, after 'Which Die parly will go to the home of PJ:arl Cai't- wricht for. the dessert course and final stage of the party. * » , « ' Arts CI'.iss Givfis Tea. 'Miss Mary fili/abeth Anderson, Instructor in liaciic economics, with (he seven members of the related arts class were hostesses to twenty guests including Ihe mothers of the girls at n tea Wednesday afternoon from four until six in the cl:i;s were' shown in the decorations of core-, op'sis and daisies and iu the re-', frfsliments. Members of the He-' Intel Arts class who were hostess-. es| are Katie Nell Dawson, Jose- ph'iuc Scurlock, Frances Jaffe, El- nock held at the Hold Marlon, i Miss Stella Akin of Washington, I assistant attorney general of thc United E'.nte, was thc principal sprakcr al Ihe all-day meeting. Mrs, S. L. Oladlsh was elected recording sc-'rc-lary of ihe Arkansas organization •• of Democratic Women's Clubs. * * » Mrs. George Kd'rhigton Hostess. I" accordance wilh the annual custom, the Literary Department of Hie O.sceola Progressive Club closed their year's activities wilh nn all-day meeting ;,t ll )e country, home of Mrs. George Eilringloii on Tuesday with 31 members pre.5-1 cut. ' In tl'.c business scssi.m held in (he morning Mrs, J, B. Dunn was rlcctri! chairman for ntxt, season, .iiipccertliis Mrs. Dw.glit fl. Blacl;- wood. Mr.«. G. U ftcgraves remains sccrcmn. riu- committee rjipointc-il,g of 1.1^ \v B. Colbert, Mrs. B. H. .loiic.s and Mrs. Eugene Richard, to v.'ork out the study course for the next club year was continued lor thu ::um- tne-i ai.xl leaders. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia T and will outline the programs George recent After luncheon Mrs. Dickersoii reviewed thu .. novel of Christopher la Far»o entitled "Each', to Ihc Other.'' This novel in verse is 'a brilliantly successful adventure in a new Guests for Ihc day were Frances Busliart of St. . , „„ hotiEeglicst of Mrs. S. M. Hotlgcs, and Mrs. Douglas 1 of MempU!;,, who is the guest of Alia George lleld. Miss I Ihe "I frolia think of someUiin' else to tell mv family—llicy didu'l believe me Die last time I sakl 1 hactcla work late nt (.lie ofllcc." Thursday were Mrs. John W. ISd- John Kciser has returned from Av.lce, N. M., where he has bceu a member of the high school faculty in that, city. Mr. Kciser and his mother. Mrs. Susie Reiser, drove . .. to Alton, Mo., today to be guests'dringlon. Mrs. W. B, -pi of their daughter and sister, Mrs.'Mrs. George Abrey. Mrs. _ Fred Crockett and Mr. Crockett!Williams and Mrs. J. L. Williams. for several days. Air. Kelser will . leave in two weeks for • BoiildiT, j Colo., where lie will allend the University of Colorado for the sum- 1 Dell News high' school cafeteria. The colors of yellow and white linlcii.-iin Al Ten Mrs. Charles liose, and Mra. C. Armstrong, chairman for April, and Mrs. B. G. Bill and Mrs. Braxton Gill, who were chairmen for May. Their offerings together with other offerings of Ihe dny totaled $22. After Mrs. Pylms had dismissed vith prnj'cr, 1 ficshmcnts. I After Mrs. py: with prayer, the hostess served re- •Mrs. Welby Young lias returned j fiom Pine Blutt; Ark., where she' nc 'J * m it- church, Craig, who led thc horn Grant, Barbara Clinton.' Us- llas bcen lhe £«<*!• pi her sister, devotional, presided over the bus ther .vans and Betty Ann Whit-'^ Joh,, A. McHntyrc Jr. for ' ' MIS. William King and dangh- : M ™" layIJ flftern » 011 •'''' n. I. L. I'arty. Hoses mid other spring flowers ter, Nancy Lou. of Stewart I'M., ' and her mother, Mrs. tlizabetn were used in the spacious r •corns i Oliver of Marked Tree are • > 'in of .'the Guy Driver home norlli-, in S lMl '- «nd Mrs. John WhiUvorlh. church. The Rose home was beautifully decorated wilh roses and garden flowers. A low bowl of sweet.'peas was used for thc centerpiece of the lea table on which were ar- wcsl of town for the annual pari> -Franccs UlUc. Richard [h'/ir ng n ,ut benevolent, work!., Mrs. Maggie Barbiers, Miss Jen Jerry , Harwell will; at-i'^f^ j^,needy fainilv ! " '—- ""~" 11l ° • l) " 1 -- il1 -»i.-,- of,..v~ TJ«I.,-.V Miss Becker! a n<l tend lhe Oznrk J\ibilee in Poplar:, Bluff Ihis weekend. Miss Little will .'"g 1 )^ | be the guest of Miss Gladys King,' cour se j[i in. town. .The "ip |llali>h,; Airs.• Stove Ralph EIIK! will be enlilbd EtWc'^jr!, 1 left' tnis ; morning ior AV. SI. U.-Meets Nineteen 'members of ' Ihc HVo-- ! maii's 'Missionarj'':' Union: of i. the Ic Tte]*voA W !« lc J 1 '"' ECCliCt aml n tr ' Hivnve11 with several out-of-town speakers. IS 1/elayCa will visit Mr. Harwell's parents, - ( Thc truck trip which was to have Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Harwell. O. A. Has Party Members of the Girl's Auxiliary of (lie Second Baptist church were entertained with n party Monday nighl at Hie home of Mrs. W. I. Wheat, Following tlie business session, games were pluyed. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served Ihe 13 present. * * » Hns Club I'urly Members of the Cro-Tat-Em club were entertained nl a club party given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. . Carl Cain. I The guests sewed during the aflernoon. The Cnin home was decorate;! \vlth sweet peas. In the late allernon, refreshments were served. L. H. Moore and daugli- ! still of Plymouth, N C Mr. and ' ' ^ Clli IJi/UA. « 111 UH t.H(.((.l_tl ~-~~ ' ~ j.., .t,*» t.i*^/ Ji-uiiiiii^ iv-J ._ J. _ - ,_ Gazing" and will feature a New Orleans, La., where they will P L ' n Ba ' ]t j stl c \ lllmi lnct at art and literature' visit Miss Ann Semmes' Barbies n j"" c 0[ Mrs - B - °- C 1 ' 11 Monthly who is a student technician al the . afternoon. Charity Hospital in that city. Tlio' Tlle "iceting was opened with a party will also visit other friends EOn S following which Mrs. Braxton Guests at, Wednesday night's [party were Mr. and Mrs. , been made lias weekend by Girl lers, Misses Mildred and .Rlnry MV S ; Charles Rose'of Roseland, and Scouls of Troojis Five and Six has Helen, nnd Miss Margnrct Shaver Mf s ..Braxton Bragg. been postponed because of weather conditions, Mrs, Jess Homer announced today. The trip to Birdell will be made sometime, next week, the exact date of which will be announced later. Four-Year-Old Girl Fractures Left Arm win leave tomorrow for Baton; Mrs. D. Frecl Taylor jr., anrt Rouge where they will attend thc Mrs. C. B. Driver are president, ami commencement exercises at Lou-'.secretary of the local chapter, isiana Stale University. Mrs. i ' " * • * Moore's sou, Hal, is a member of i\!rs. I'crkins Hostess, the graduating class. They will M, S . T. P. Perkins entertained spend some time in New Orleans three tables of guests Thursday before returning home Wednesday, i'otter-noon at bridge in honor of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Coolcy, who hcr y sislcr, Mrs. James Finger <>( have been residing at 326 North Ripiey, Miss. A yellow anrt blue Piflh. moved yesterday to their re- color motif was emphasized with ccntly completed home in the 1100 coreopsis and corn flowers and in Peggy Galycan, four-year-old Mock on Hearn street. |thc salad plate. A flower bowl in daughter of Mrs. Maggie Galycan, I Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Anderson' pastel shades wns given Mrs. W. (endured her left arm below thc and daughters, Kathcrinc and Mrs. W. Prcwitt for highest score, ana elbow laic yesterday afternoon George Alxloe', and son, Gordon hone to Mrs. L. W. Walters foi while playing nt her home. j Anderson, all of Greenville, Miss., ccnsolation. Handkerchiefs were She was given emergency treat- .arrived this afternoon to spend presented the guest ol honor, mem at thc Walts hospital aud several days here with Mr. and * ' ' * later removed Io her home. j jvi re . Hubert. Potter. They came up Attend Democrat^ Meeting. Thc planet Mars has two moons: Dcimos and 1'hobos. Two thousand of the 42,000 doctors in England arc women. TOO l,ATi; TO C'l.ASSll'V For Sale 193G Chevrolet Coupe. DeLuxc model. In good condition. Hacdo und Heater. Need the money. Real Bargain. Mrs. Fanny Baker. Phone 727. 27-ck-lf especially for the graduation cxcr- [ 'Mrs. tt. W. Wallers and Mrs. S clses of thc city high school. Mr. I»: Gladish, as delegate and alter- Andersons niece, Miss Elaine An- ' : delegate from thc Osceola , dcrsoii, is a member of the grad- ! Democratic Women's club, alleiul- waling class. cd Mrs. Harold J. Fink of Monroe. I I/v. is spending a few days here with her parents, Mr. and Mr:., u •:. O'ultcr. i Mr. and Mrs. •£. E. Couway and] daughter, Miss Mabel, cf St. Louis.I arrived this afternoon to be lliej guests of Mr. Crmvsiy's nephew,] A. Conway, and Mrs. Conway. thc slate meeting in -PRESCRIPTIONS— Safe '- - Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. I'bonc 111 in the city and return Wednesday.' Gl " e' w (hc devotional aud sen- Mrs. James finger and sou,' lcncc r»'aym were offered. Mrs. Wayne, of Ripiey, Miss., nrj here Ozee taught the lioyal Service pro- as guests of her sister, Mrs, T. P. E rilm Project reports from chairmen Perkins and Mr. Perkins. Mr. Finger accompanied his wife nnd son here last Sunday and will return lor them Sunday. Jiminie Plalz of Madison, Wis., was the guest of Miss Nancy Ann Waddle last weekend. Memphis visitors Wednesday :in:l were macic by Mrs. John Stevens MOON LI E X'C U RS "" '"l.t MON. JUNE Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream You can conveniently ;ind !conomically make F r c s h ' Sli'awljcrry Ice C r c a in at home. All that is required is 'rcsh strawberries, milk and '.Team, and package of "JUNKKT" ICE C.UEAM MIX. This can ))c made in hand i'recxer or in electrical box. "JUNKKT" 1C!-; CKK/U1 '.1IX is sold liy your grocer it IQu per package. Try this delicious fresh dessert today. ELLIOTT FLETCHER t BOY CHAPTER—U.D.C. * SCOUTS Lv. Sji? Souci tending 9:00 pm On ,llj.,i Itiflirtr iVt thtri Mor Omcti, Feanriaf Ifc «!.-(,, Jmc „,„,„ „< ,! "LOUISIANA SWING MASTERS" 13 Duskf Itin c> of S-.vins f..«r EXCURSION THIS SPRING r om JluVUf! Jtuviy,! — there's still time 1 to s Win a Prize" in the National Child Culture Contest! We don't want to sec you "miss our" on that interesting Child Culture Contest sponsored by \V. W. Kimball Co., Miiinif;icrurcrs of Fine Pianos and Pipe Org;ins, Chicago, now celebrating their .Eighty-second Anniversary. Your time for entering is getting mighty short. • All you liavc to do is write a simple, natural letter of 50 words or less—and you have a real clvance io win one of the Kiinball Pinmis that arc being away, as prizes, or one of the many Cash Prizes. . . 'flic nifcs .arc simple; iltc Contest is really c.uv— iiiul ythi get .ill of ctie f.icls. ftonj j-our free copy of the Conlesc C' vvc'will qivc y<ni 'when vim c.ill. Bui conic in soon. The Kimtuil CliiM Qitturc (Contest :tl>so- luicty clones on r.iiJin^hr, June iuh, n^<)—juJ .ill cutties cntTSC 1« (n chc ]):linls of the Contest iMjn.ij,Tr by '.luu time. "IVjM ;/ th List fall! o. K: iiotJCK riANo co. Music Hoadntiarter.s Since I83ii 103 S. Main St., Memphis, 'J'cnti. 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