The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 14, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVFLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, .HI.NK M, 1017 Emily Wiison, Society Editor AlewA Phone 461 .<t Patricia Helen Wise BeGomes f Bride in Ceremony This Morning J The wedding of Ml»s Patricia* j> Helen Wise, daughter of Mr. and t Mrs. .Lloyd V: Wise; to Clarence j L Sci'iififus.\Vebi,..son of Air. and Mrs,I C Frank L. Webb^ 1 was solemnfzod in! j n cindlcllght ceremony n: 10:30 ! £ oclocs. this morning at the hoinfi 1 i of tlie bride's parents, 1(13:) Ciilckit- ]• iiuba Ave. . . , •! / The Rev. B. Francn MeDwill, 4 pastoi of Ihe Church of ihe Immuc- [• nl ile Conception, perfavined • Ihe f double ring riles at «n hnprovljcd t . alllu. before .large picui.'e wmdo\i 1 s f In the living room. ''" While salin'aii'd grco'K>;r'y formed ' ihe background and low sold vases of white snapdragons a;ul while tapers burning in gold holders aec- oraled the altar. Tail baskets of - white- gladioli and glowing tapers % in branched caiulelabi-A flanked the altar. The fireplace was banked 5 wilh ., magnolia . blovioms and branches and on Ihe nv.uit'.': WHS a bowl of Esther Reed asitri 111- .ranged with stalely white gladioli and gypsophila. Tapers were lighted by Mr.s. Robert Lows of Manila ;ii)(l Mrs. John "~ W. Thomas. They wore identical dresses of pink net wi'.ii pink satin 1 bcthces and full boufiaiK ikiits. They wore white garde-ii;.s in their hair ~ Nuptial music was presented by Dr. Fred Child, vocjtiii',, and 'his '. daughters, Miss Rosemary Child, r f violinist, anTI-Garplyn Child, pian- f Isl. Dr. Child sang "Ave Maria," V Ooiiuod, accompanied by Carolyn, \, who .also played other selections, i Miss Rosemary Child played "D.»i cause," D'Hardelol, and "Panis An. f celicns." Carolyn played the wed\ ding inarch from "l.oh'jngrin" by r Wagner as Ihc processional, while Mendelssohn's wedding innic-h from pink sheer dross with i gaidenia corsage and Mrs. Wcbl) wore powder bliic mesh and :i A'lv.tJ garrienr.i corsage. Iimne-dintely after the receptlJn, Mr. and Mrs. Webb left for a wedding trip after which tl»'y will return here to make her home, turn here to make their home For traveling, she wore an KiKen- berg original print of~~b!a;:k and coral crepe wilh a coivl wool nriRc-r- tip coal. Her accessories were In black and she pinned a while rr- chld al her shoulder. Out of town guesls included Mr. and Mrs. R, II. Wise of Chi.'aKO. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jiasll Bland and Mrs. Arthur Hauga of Mempn : s. Mrs. \V. 13.- Webb of Mobile. Ala., Mrs. N. J. Lochbilcr of Kylvania, Ohio, Mrs. M. O. Hocgncn of Chicago, Lloyd V. Wise and duiigritlr.T, Judy Patricia. Mrs. Nell Hens'er or Uloom- Ington. III. * • • Five Hostesses Honor Recent Bncle With I ea Five Hoslf-sses Honor 14pl Mrs. Luvert Gaines, who was Miss Lillian Uunch before her recent marriage, was complimcnled Thtir'- day aflernoon wilh n tea by Mrs. Ernest French, Mrs. Victor Mallory, Coming Events MONDAY Womnn's • Missionary Society of First Baptist Church meeting for Royal service program at Ihe Church, .2:30 p.m. Circle Eight of First Bapllsi church mecling ullh Mrs, Vesta Rovum. Wimien's Auxiliary of First. 1'res- bvlerlan Churoli meeling nl Iho Church al 2:30 p.m. •• Woman's .Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Chur?li meeting In circle groups, circle One with Mrs. Harvey Morris. 1138 W, lleani, Mrs. T. J. Halley as co-hostess; Circle Two with Mrs Albert Hollings'worlh, Varbro, Mrs. William Wyatl.- co-hosless; Circle Three with Mrs. FJhua ArmstronK, (=0fi W. r:hicl<asawba Ave.: Circle Four with Mrs. O. S. Aikinsoni Barfleld Road, Mrs. Homer Wihon as; Circle Five wilh Mrs- Charles Wylle, 1101 W. Ash St; Circle Six with Mrs. U. S. Branson. 1100 W. Main St., Mrs. W. I. Denlon ns co-hostess. TUESDAY Trl-Town Bridge Club wlllT.icel with Mis James ('.. Guard. Tuesday Brklcro CJulj meeling with Mis, IE. Old as'hostess. WEDNESDAY Mrs. W. Marlon Williams and Mr.s. TJ. t). Chfimblin will -be hostesses with fin informal party from 4 to C o'clock complimenting Miss Lynn Jackson, bride-elect. Bits of News Pe*Ao. H Mr.s. .1. W. Widner. Jr., Mrs. Paul | THURSDAY Abboll and Mrs. Calvin Ilollltie'i- Gay G:irrldan will he hostess to j ."A Midsummer Night's Dre.i.n i heard as Ihe recessional. i The bride was given in niarria&e i .by her father, who escorled her r. down Ihe bridal aisle Touned by < V'lowint; lapers. Slie won- a wedding j- tjown of white nylon wiln a bro- f enflsd faille sweetheart neckline and v_umg-fitting sleeves coming io a calla '.. point over the wrists. The pointed bodice shaped Into a busile back * ( ,Emd the gathered, ski, 1 : oevelo]>ed I into voluminous folds exlcudinu inlo j ] i a lousj Cathedral Irain.-. j th, worth al lite French home on lliyh- way til North. An all-white decoration Iheme was carried out In the living and dining rooms. Centering the !r.-c- draned refreshment table was fl low bowl of while 'Hies flanked by Inn mm: while tapers in crystal holders. White lilies also encircled the punch bowl. A :• Her -flnger-tip' lens^-i • veil of^French illusion and the Jialo which ', framed her face .was of imparted ,' lace studded willi orange blossom:,. ''- Al- tier Ihronl, she wore an flntlciuc- locker whieli contains \ medal that was carriCTl by her ralhe-r dui ing "ihe first World War Ami her brother " during the Second World War. ''. She carried a shower bouquet of t . n i)urple-throatcd white orchid and i white stephanotis. whRe roses, f/yj)- .- sophila and lilies of the valley. t Mrs. Hunter C. Sims J -.. of Mcm." phis was the bride's matron of lion'• or. Her dress of lime pr^cn nylon .' marquisette hnd sliort draped sleeves ;• and a deep yoke oulllricd wilh ruf- '.fles, wilh a bouffant skirt. Hei large • piclure hat was of blus'i pink net trimmed in pink rose buds and vrl- ribbons. She carried n Coloiiial three-tiered cake was topped with a miniature white dove with a pair of wedding lines In Its beak. Mr. and Mrs. Oaines, Mrs. Widner and Mrs Abbott presided al the table. Pinno selections were presented throuchoiit Ihe afternoon by .Jo Alice McC.iilre. Millie Ann Malloiy. Laura Ellen Swain and Ernestine Trench. Mrs. Silencer Bunch, mother m bride, Mrs. H. B. Oalnes, the members of the Junior Miss Club. Mrs. J. C. Franier will entertain GNU Club. Mary Britzman Guest Speaker At Council Meet Mrs. W. 13. Hunter, of lang I3eneh. Ls here for a two weeks visit wl'.li her dauBhtcr, Mrs. K. D. Ge« aiid family. Mrs. Samuel F. Morris and daughter,. Maurcon and Miss Hetty Black nnd Miss Gay Cini'iigsin spenl. yi-,- lerday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Klrshncr have ii.s llielr liuiisciiiiesls 'this weekend Mrs Kir.slmcr's lirother Xeno'Hon hinttli and Mr.s. smith of Wnslilnu- ton, n. c. Mr. Smith IB head of the division for Ihe blind In Ihc Library of Congress In Washington. Thev will leave- here Monday- for California. Mr.s. J. ID. McDowell has returned from Lambert, Miss., where she .spent several days (is guest of. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mathls, formerly of Hlytheville. she went down especially to attend the wedding of th.! Malhis' daughter. Miss Sally Ma- lliis, which occurred Tuesday. Tlie Rev. and Mrs. II. H. Hlcvlns have had as their i;uesu Uii-, week Mr.s. lilevins 1 sislers. Mrs;. J. A. Johnson of Pocahonlas. Mr p j. W. F. Blevins of SprliiBfleld. Mo., and Mrs. H. L. Cook of Detroit, Mich., mid -i niece. Mr.s. Mary Hnyes :A St. Louis. Mss M.iry KaUierine Reese Ins returned lo Jone-sboro afler spen-.l- int- a viication here wilh Mrs. IT. F,. Emilh and family. Mr. and Mrs. T. L Scny nnrl j dau^'hters, Iv:t, Rulh iinrl Ann are sncnding Ihc weekend in Houlka nnd Houston. Miss. . 'Future Mr. and Mr.s. Ilusseil Gaiiies willi ... - r\n- leave tomorrow for Warm Springs. | tlCCt irate Of tit: On., to be wilh their daughter, Moir.i Joy, who will undergo her second operation on the lath at Ihe rnfiinlili- Paralysis Foundiilion in Warm .Springs. They plan lo 730 Students Take Part In Bible School Service Closing exercises for 130 s4ndcnlf> nf Ihe Vacalion Chiuvh fic.-l'i;--.] of First Methodist Chiuv-i were held iitsl nU;ht at tile (hurch. I'liic'iits of students end others v,'ore im'itetl to attend tills meeting and to see a display of the thing.s which they h^id made iluriJi;i the two weeks. i ~An impressive cnndleliaht service wf.:; pnscntcd by the IntvrntriSlato nei)artment' Mr.s. filenn l^dd '.er'/rd .i", t',1- rector of the schorjl, .ind id-jo heliied in Ihe Kiiulert-arlen. ethers wh: 1 »'<irked in that class >v<'.-c Mrs. ll Wlilt.sitt and Mr.s. W. 1>. Ci;bb. In the primarv ilep.i 1 -rtnem. h ers were Mrs. Williiiui Wyrr.l. Mrs Mell lirooks. .Jr., and l^is. Newtm Whitls. In the Junior Depart neiil. v, f i:tk- I n ts were? Mrs. R. 11. st n-;. iXIi's. .) I P. Clan-oil. Mrs. Heivl;'.'! Jncl-son I and Nancy Hamilton, I In tin? Intermediate Uep.u tmont, ] the.;- were Mrs. M. C. W-fbb. the Rev. | II. 1,. Robinson. Mrs. .lohn Macs Mi'l'jr. Mrs. Nfinrk S'owar;., am'. riav Ciiirrlfjnn. Others win) serve: 1 , os resource persons *":re the Rev- Allen I). Stewart. Mis. Allen D. Stewart, Miss Mamie A'lir.i 1 ;. Mrs. John Caudill. thn Rev. H;iy TJ. Mc- I.i'sU'l 1 . Mrs. Nfalide Mfjiio'.l. M:y,: I.una Willieltn and llu Rr-v. Djni-1 Klaflmd. iiaslor of Fir,t Church cf tin 1 Nav.urene. Dr. Alfred Vise, t?a1>!>i of Temnl • Israel, helped the Iim'.'ir: In i^a'r. ••i better iinderslandini! 01' tlie i-crv- plc who lived in Jesus day. He showed them llllngs that ,ivn- IIF." ( | in Uu 1 -li'wis-h svnar;o!:ue :iiid ( xp]^ine<l some of their ceremonir--. At tb% Hospitals HLYTIlKVlLl.i: HOSI'JTjiL Admitted: Salkos Venegas. Luxoi'.i. Mr.s. George Ford, ell.'/. D'smlssed: Mary Virginia Monre. tlly. J. W. Lucy, Cooler, M;>. Mrs. UaUle Cuok, S"->>!•-•. M.t. Blrlhs: Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Ui-nry Woods, cily, a son y«slci-day utter- noon. llGlil to Mr. ami jvlci. ;\. I,. You City, a daughter this iivirntnir. WALLS IIOSJ'rTAI. Dismissed: Sum Glass, Rio. 1. Mrs. M. O. Mcliae, fil". 1. Mr:;. Chester Hensuo, city. BiJb/e School Students Will Graduate Tomorrow Members of Ihc daily Vacation Bible School of First Church &' the Nazarenc will present their ^ntduaiinc; program toinorrDvr r.lRhl, 7:30 o : clock. in the church. I The program will be under '11-' ri'cllon of Mrs. Melba Cobb, wiio ( lurs been the Bible School superintendent this year. | Each clF|nrtinpni will have a fif- tscn minute program, after which Lliuii ii;tlKl-V,'Oik \viii ije on djS- Livestock The public Is invited. Mrs. Col)b .said. Rev. John Hulsy will be the special speaker at ihe First Clunvh ol the Na'/.ircne Sunday morning. He and his wife will .sing a duct in the service also. •Rev. Mr. Hulsy 'i s now pastor hi Pliistlarid. Texas. He is lonnerly of NATIONAL STOCK- "U'thcville. Missouri Girl to Wed In Ceremony Tomorrow \ Miss Ernciitiri- Proctor of Ciiru- thersville, Me., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Elmore Proctor of that city, will become the bride tomorrow -jffrncon of Dnnakl D.'i- vid tialdwhi. son of A T rs. -Helen Baldwin of F.-irt 1,'iuderdnlc, Fla. The weddini; will be sulemni&>d at the Methodist Church. Miss Dorothy C.'^i'olj'n Proctor will .serve her sister as maid of honor. Another sister. Miss rjcrni^e Proctor, vocalist, will present utij)- tinl selections. Dnf! liahiwin of Chicago ., <V A serve his brother as best m:i:>fl4 H. (UP)-Livo- bridccroom's molhcr. Mrs. Mnllnry nnd Mrs. French made up Ihe receiving line. Mrs. Clyde Gaines. Jr. line) charge of Ihe guest book. Th» guest of honor, was nresenlctl n corsaeo of pink and while carna- llnns and silver in her pattern. Photographs were ,laken during the nltcrnoon. Mrs. Turck Honored By Sorority Members Members of Alpha Delta Chiip- tcr ot Beta Sigma Phi sorority complimented Mrs. Frank J. TurckV their snonsor, with a surprise party Thursday afternoon at Ihc home of Mrs Gllberl Hnmmor.k. How lo make nosegays and the fine points or flower arrangements were discussed by Miss Mury Drltx- mnn. Home Dcnionslrallon agent of Crnighead county, when she spoke Thursday aflcrnoon lo re- presenlalivcs Iroin 14 Home Demoi]- slriuions chibs of Mississippi County nl a Council meeting at Hie home ol Mrs. M. L. Swlharl Leachville. I.cachvillo chib was hostess for ihe meelliirj. Miss Brltzmiui Judged flower arrangements brought by each mem- I ber. ] Mrs. H. C. Dew. president of Leachville Home ncmonstratinn Club, presided at the all-day session, plans were discussed for the Rest Camp which will be held the second week In July and members voted to have n Imnnar of handicraft work in Ihe Fall. Seven clubs agreed to have any kind of booth m pic county liiir Hull Ihc Fair Association wished. These clubs were Flnt Lake. Ynr- ' bro, Dogwood. Lone Oak. Lench- ; Mrs. ville. sktdway anil Armovel. Council members also decided to pub- i llsh a suppleni«.'iil to the yearboex inntn I'nere a week or ten days. Mrs. J. L Carter will return lo her homi- in Arlington, Texas, the first of the week after having been •i [iiiesl here of Mrs. I. Q. Westbrook Sr. nnd Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Wi-slbrook Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Hardin and daughter, Jackie Site, and Mr. nnd Mrs. H. E. Tinker and son. Don. will motor to SI. Louis lo- HOT EPRWnS. Ark.. June !4 UP! -Miss Cecil Anne Moore of tus.sellville to'lay hc.ids tlir AI-- ro-i kiinsa s Association of Put lire ft 1 . I.OL'IS YARDS. III., stork: HOBS 270 IneUidiiiK i:igs under 16'} Ibs. M'lrket (;n ho^s 25 lo 59c lower th i n yesterday's average. To;) 14.75 on ji"l-i • Ti|»ht biilcher boss <ivrr ""~ 11).; 2tn lo 25'J Ibs 2151. Oomrarod with ci'ise last week 2-19 Ib:; down 75? lo S! hiiUier; heavier weights 50 Lo 73c higher. Sows steady lo 2V: !•'•;!•(•!'. C'arfV- 1C". Calves none. Cuiuptu 1 (tri' 1 - -I-':., last weeri: Steers : id : -- -. ri, (,, 15 higher. Cn.vs '"•• in M 1 •'.c.'hr-i 1 . nulls 25': lo Sle [,j..;,... v ,, :! lrrs !'l hil'il'-r. Tops for n,. v'-i!-. Choice 1)73 1); sleers '.''I "'I. Clf.sinK de:il op lop good and i' - choice fttl Ib. and 892 Ib -•'-.-ivi'" slrer.s 27.03; choice ill,") '• niM'-d yearlings 21.03; choi:e "'T, "i; heifers "6.1)0; good cows 23.- f^- cdd head higher; goon beef : 'ills, n SB good sausage bulls 17.>'1. Choi::e vealers 23.CO bulks "or 1'ir wc«-k. KOod and" c-hotr.e stee'.-s 250:-27.CO. Medium 23.00-24.59. Few common anrt low mnoilnn 17.0^)2250; t'.ond :ind ciioire heifers and mixed yell-linns S'.aD-2;;.CT: medium l<1.fb-23.r.[t- nimmon ic.OO-18.00: f;cod cows IfifQ-'OriC; eommtni and 1 medium $15.00-17.50. makers of America, followine: iier rlct'Lion al the clo.sini; a.ssemblv of tlie annual confcrenc" lien- yeslo-'- dav. Slie succeeds \ r iruinia A:ui M:-"iicss of Hope. O:lier officers: Barbara Clies- ehirc of North Little Reck, first virr president; 'I'omnialie Abb^ud r.f fifnrcv. second vice president; !'i'!-.i:y Robinson of Smackovcr. thir'.l ; sales luriiuiiek to • "••• president; Bettv Lou Brown [ couniirs. Payments Land Redemption Sn/es Turnback Totals $23,708 I ,'TTI K ROCK. Ark., June 14 <U .P.I —Slulc Treasurer J. Vance Clayton \esterda>' stalled dis'l'ibu- tinn r-f s?:i.708 in land redempiion 1'y ran-^e- from' nlRhi.. Thev will be the iniesls • Mr. Tinker's brother, O. W. Tint and family. They will attend the Sunday b illonmes between Brook- IVM and St. 1/niis. ' Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Bea! an-l two s ons, Tommy and John, arrived here last ni(:ht. from Pine- Bluff to spend the week with Mn. nerd's oarenls, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Ooniev. Chief Boatswain's Mate and Mr.5.! f| of Damascus, secretary; Hilly POST- I $1.01;.in Cleveland Couiny to {.2.WU lei. historian; Vida Hoods r.f|jn Clrbunie with Howard County 1 the only one failing to participate.' J'K'.scoll. treasurer ami Dorothy Ttilrj- of nennoH. repr.rler. J. W. Hull, president of Arkan- sn« Tech. prescntcci >>ins to l^u.ssel! ITnrris of Sheridan. Ollena T^inev of Itariison and Joann ~;e'.vnrl of l,.ike.side. W, F.. Morgan, i-i-isidenl of Arkansas A. and M. . College al Monlieelln. ]ire£?ntecl a I rchnlarshij) to nillv Evans ef For- Cilv ICE COLD! Watermelon Red Ripe and Delicious Blytheville CURB MARKET IJJfl K. Main I'hoiu- f)7:i ' Listen to Showers of Biessinqs Over KLCN Tomorrow Morning at 8:30 a.m. Sponsored i y Church <if The Ni For Your Children's Summer Sunsuits Visit The TOT SHOP wliile L'lvorm- Boldi:>g of r3e Queen won a r-jholarship to M;i"nojj;t A. and M. Mrs. Ben L-.inev. wife of Ihe Roiernor. was installed us tliR^Tii-.t fetate ehapler mother. so "Bs and poems and to have Gerald L. Edwards and lliair 1 rlailghler. Polly Ann. of Norfolk. 1 Vu., have been guests of Mrs. Erl- ward.s' parents. -Mr. and Mrs L. F. Hiofiins. and her si^cr, Mrs. Eiri E. l.owry, and family. They were motored from St.. Louis ay Chief Yeoman and Mrs. C.---A. Rieains of St. Loui.s. who also visited the two families. From here. Pfc. .lames R. And' E ; oals'v:iin' s Mate Edward^ will no Mr. nnd Mr.s. Gran-;il!e lo Boston to report for duty and of Blylhcville, has b?f--i Edvvnrds and danghtcr will f o the rank of corpon-l, reliirn to Norfolk. | announced lodiiy. He i.-. -. and Mrs. J. P. Waldon of St. | with tile Eighth Armv Promoted to Corporal . t ".'iiiis. her motlier. MIT. .1. Rent- : Japan, and is a iiiemixT ter. and son. .leri 1 -.- nnutler, were Infantry Ro^iinpnt, 'iri'.i nuer.ts for a brief time liero of Mi. Another BlythevilJe », son ^f AndersDi promoted the AMI-.V .;t:uir;,ied Osaka. of tin- i -groom. Maiden fern and asters encircled Ihe cake and punch bowl. -; Mrs. Melvin Halsell and Mrs. New^ell~Jerome presided at this table. .Mrs.. Lloyd H. Wise of Tuscaloosa, -Alai,-was in charge of the guest Tjook. - i\iiss'Mildred'Short, who lighted .-tapers-in the ^lining vouin, wore a ' dress a deep rose 'With ?. light bod- ._ice"ahd bouffant iklrt. She ware a -white gardenia in her - The bride's mother vor? :; dusly Good Used Furniture Is .Found at J1MMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. E. Miln 24S7 yellow pollcry howl. Dorcas Class Meeting Held a I Baptist Church Dorcns Sunday Scowl Class of Ihe Firsl Btvplist Churc:'! met. yrs- le.nlay afternoon al the churcli. Mis. Victoria Gilbert and Mrs. J. M. Gillespie were liostes«s. Mrs. J. L. Burlison. who Is visiting Dr. J. M. Walls, was Ihc ( nly guest. Mrs. Gilbert led the opening prayer and Mrs. II. L. Churr.ljcrs gave the devotional which VMS Ihc 23rd Psalm. The meeting was cl:w:rt wilh a prayer. In the social ivjur thai followed refreshments of i-.e cream and frosted drinks were served. • t • Morning Party Honors Out-of-town Visitor S Mrs. John Caudill and Mrs. Din Smith entertained yesterday with a morning party in honor of Mrs A. M. putt's hoxiscgiicst. Mrs. W- for (lie meeting ill August and the July meeting will be held duvini Rest Camp. • Two Mississippi County Men Initiated by Shriners 'W. W. Wahl. ot Hlylheville and B. 11. Wood Jr., of Luxora were among Ihe 50 Arkansans inducted in Sahara shrim: Temple at Pine 1 Blutf Thursday. The no inductees walked Ihc "hot sands of the des- crl" al ceremonies inducting them into the mystic rites of the organization. M. Robinson of .St. Louis. The entertaining rooms were decorated wilh bowls of roses and hy- drangcns, , Party tood and iced drinks were -served. Mrs. M G. Goodwin has returned from a ten-day visit with friends nnri relatives in Dyershurg nn.-l other pninls in Tennessee. Judv Williams 'of Cnmlhersville Mo., is the guest of her cn's. Mr. and Mrs, John Waldon. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Plasg and daughters. Vivian. Ernie aivi Susw.| wiP. leave tonight for f/ikewell, Fla . ai"! other intcri'stimr poin's: nlong th' 1 Atlantic Coast for a tw"-inonth vacniion. Mrs. [J. L. Jones and dauchler, N'atolio. ha" rt arrived from Nott'> T Ti impton. Mass.. to lie cnests of Mrs. Jones' n:other. Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr.. and family. Mrs. Jones i t - the former Miss T.nneHf* Smart. 'Joe A'kins and Wilbur Wahl .«•- comrniiied by Louie Ifaar s anrt J. A. Wrolen .have reliirncd Irom Insurance Company of Mi-:inesof« i L:iH;e Dividend' i Low Net Cost Fril'.-i-tion i For Servix- i W. L. TAMKE j K. Davis St.. I'. O. Il«\ ' me 2IS7 lllvlliL-villf. ;1rH. I No! Hoths h the Greatest Enemy Ceriif ied Cold Storage Send us your woolens, too! The cost of storage is so slight you cannot afford to be without this protection. Absolute Protection . . . We Invite Your Inspection. Blytheville Steam Laundry I'liones -11R—Hi) We will tc'atli )(iu liow in eight IL'.WOIIS. Helpful for "lletjuiars" as \veli Single "Refresher" „.. Lessons &3tJS! Complete U-I.esson Cuurse SINGER SEWING •111 \V. Main St. ISuv Office Opens al 'cOD p.m. Shnw Starts 7: If] p.m. Opens Sinnlay 1:30; Kturis 1:13 Continuous Sbo\vs Sal. and Sim. Bargain N'iglit Kvor; Ni;bl Kxc-cpt Saturday N'o passes linnnrcil on Sunday ai I be K»vy 4, Saturdity Prairie Raiders with (.'harks .i'/ii-rcll Serial "Cliirk farter" Xn. a \- Sliorl ( 'nntiinibiis Shtiuing Sun{lay | 1:15-11:110' FOR SALE Modehi homo on Main Street, complete v:iU> uttic fan, automatic hot water healer, liardwooil floor Uirotighout—2 car garage—All rooms largo and comfortable. Plastered Interior. Completely insulate?'.!. Can be financed by the FHA. Don't miss if yon want a fine home! Shown by Appointment Only See or Call MAX LOGAN Phone 2034 or 502 GOFF HOTEL COFFEE SHOP -MENU- FOR SUNDAY DINNER Chicken Soup or Tnmaio Juice Hakcd Turkey with Cranberry Sauce ' Fried Chit-ken. Smilhorn Style VEGETABLES Fnowflakc Potatoes Pickled Boels Green Hrans Waldorf Salad DESSERT Cream Cocamit I'ie Chef l.tifius Vassar —:Mrs. Joe Cagle In Charge— TIME to eai at Dixieland! CH!CKEN-N-BASKET With Hot Rolls — French Fries Highway 61 North ot Holland, Mo. ^HOliny Uriel McmrJu.t Mildred Pierce with Jtian ('rawfnrd ,?- Jack Carsnu \ News .V Selected Short Snlijt'i-1 CnntiniHMis Slinuiti^ Salunlav 12:30-11:30 (.'(iiiliiiuniis Slimvs ]•>.«::•>' Day !iox Office Opens 1 : IS Sluiw Slnvls 2:110 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m 4:30 p.m. Kniuriliiv Outlaw of Plains wilh KuMrr C.Mttlr- . Si-rial: ".lark ArmsUnni," Xn. 1 I and Slnirl Confil Shows Sat. l:!:30-ll :30 Snndav :iiul iAIo;it!nv

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