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PAGE TWO BT.YTIIEVIM.E (ARK,) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1951 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Christine Austin !s Engaged To Oral Edwards HKTKOTHKJ) — The ciiKiiKcnii'iit of Christine Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Austin announce the engagement and approaching nmrriapp of their cJiiu'ih- ter, Christine to Oral Winston l-M- v,:irds. He is ll'e son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Edwards of Rirtor. Arh f Aust j n lo Ora | Miss Austin i<, n Rjatiualc of Eilvthevlle High Sc-hool. where she " Hision \vius a member of the Bed Club^ Kd wards Was and senTti as bii^ine.^ lunimier on*" the staff nf the school p.'quT. She attended Southwestern UnUersity in Mempbt? nnd is nov.- employed at Farmers Hank and Trust Com- pnny. Mr, Fdvviivris \vns prarinnied from Hector Hicfi School. He is a nviti- bor of the Hlvtheville Junior Chamber of Commerce find Is coimrrt^d with Arkansas-Missouri F ti v. t r Company. Plans frr a line Juno -A »'<!<! mi.? will l>e nnno'inced nl n hi IT ri;Ve. Mrs. J. W. Adams Hostess To PEG Mrs. J. W. Adnms was hostess, In her home yesterday to Chapter "K" PEO with Mrs. Chns. Crlcprr co-hostess. Mrs. J. W. Robbins of Chapter "D" in Eteele \vns a uue.st. Mrs. John Cruulill was tnttlaied into the chapter. Mr.s. C. A. Cunningham had charge of the program subject, nl which was "Prominent American Women." Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr. presided over the business. Mrs. Scrapes Entertains Mrs. Dick Watson nnri Mrs. revealed loil.tj liy her pniviils, Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Austin. He is I lie KIID of Mi. Milwai'ils of lie tor, Ark. A .Inlie \v;'<lilinj/ is Zeta Chapter at Party and Shower Given In Home Alpha Zcta chapter of I>lta Kappa Gamma of Wilson entertained Blythcvile's Zoln chapter j ni^ht to honor with fi shower, Mrs Thirty-five people gathered in the? home of Mrs. Herman Lane la.s 1 . Sudbury Students Cited on Perfect Attendance List In Sudbury Grade School, names of tho^c who were perfect In nt- tendanre for the past six weeks was announced today. In the flr.st grade making a perfect attendance record were Jack Holt, Ronald Milter, Linda Sun Moore, Jerry. Richardson, Jeanne Lou Oov,*en, Reuben Chandler, Jr., Hit] Roush, Jean Anderson. Earllnc Lane. Ann Lucas, Leona MeHrhle, Freddy liarnc.s, Melba Juan Mor- ils, nnd Marsha LOU Wilson. Members of the .second Kffide who havo perfect attendance rocnrds arc La Wanda Harriett, LyneUo Pierce, Carolyn Jo .Slouart. Mickey Johnson, Hilly Moroland, Roland WarrlnRton. George Ledbetter, Barbara Collier, Carol Ann Davi-s, ' Becky Henderson, Patty Lou Me- Bride, Emery KranciK, Jr., Tr;u'::s Nichols, Terry Wicker, Charles 1 Ccildwoll, Charle.s Cronk. Jimmy | Mayos, Vicky Quails, noriljy Wam- I blc. Barhnra Cable, June Cochran, I Cherry Co<;per. Pergy ITayne.s. Marilyn MoWilliams. Mury Helen O.ikley. Patsy Pirkrns, Hi end a irhardson, Marilee Wills, Jnnet Williams, Third a r rulers nrn Vivian Ann Con per, Theresa Dale J^m -s, Mar- Iha Lee Kirksey. Llmlii Ann Smith. Glenda Dale Turner, IJrmtia F.iye Waddle, Joe Lee Burns, Jlnimle Beasley. Carl E I rl r i d (• e, L:ii ry Wn>ne ekelton, Johjiaihan Abb->tt, llcr.sc-hell Bephitr.se, Danny Cooper, Jerry DfU'is. Marshall L;,rkln. Ter ry MuJHn.s, Johnjile Dale Blackwrll, Norm a Ann Jlrooks, Jn Ann Cros.s, Wnnda Fay Palmer, Jane Stamen. Ami TcaBiic. Kay Tlr mp-cm, Mary Upton, Dolor is V/jJclkifts nnd Barbara Jean V/ebstcr. WrntJclJ Pat Chltman, Delnier Jnel Daniel. Robert anmuel Howell. Billy Lanibor Flino Royrtell Mnnntnf;. PCS ay Jean, Bits of News yesterday at the WlUon Club. Spring flowers were s of the winal! tables when- vcre seated after be I bonffct style, The Blythevflle rhnptt | Jolin lorjiiorly ol Hlytbe- ji on each ; vitle, v, hose home hiirneri. UK; KLirsiij Parly fowls nnd iced drinks were served .served by tlie ho.sle.5j;. fjne.sts were Mrs. Rimer r present- ; Meyer of Memphis, Mrs. Curl Bass, ed the program on hitcrnntionnt [ Mr .^ Wallace Noimnn, Mary _ _,r V i l " UIC I""HJ "in (in imiTiiiiuuaju \fri- Wallnrr Nornnn M-irv T^HLt^e ™ W ^^v gU ^n^^i^?cr 0 I^ cl "^ lnM ^ M »" O(Js Sllp ^" d W^nT all ^^"^pnnto^'nnS ^^™L™?>«:^_ h = SrSd"pWTnd°^vi p n re S: Mls - Mare:u r M r c -. of st -^ UIS Coming Eve Jits Lt. Dill Williams, Jr., is spending his furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Williams. In May, he will report to C u m p Stoneman, Calif, for overseas duty. In Little Rocfc for the annual tournament of Roses are Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Crowell and daughter. OU> 1'IIIEVD.S MI:KT AOAIN-Mrs. Hollis Bush (left) is shown with Mrs. Cnnvfnlct Noble as shi> udmires an ivory figmine from Mrs. Noble's collection. Mrs. Bu.sh, who is visiting Mrs. Noble from Birmingham, Ala., has boon a delegate: to the Garden Club of America, which met recently in Memphis. The two traveled together in Europe. x., M «- Hcrr «an Tumor xvent ch1n whn ntten{ io t 1 (be nov S::ej:it high, and to Mrs. Joo Nccly went) Intc matlonal Jamlmree In Austria second high. RrldRO was won by Mrs. J. F. Scrnpes. Spring blooms decoratrd the house. Th e host ess so r ved a d essc r t course at the close of the games. Mrs. Modinger Hostess To Club Mrs. C. Morflnper was hostess to the Friday, Contact Club nt her home on Walnut. Two guests, Mrs. H. G. Partlow and Mrs. C. G. Cau- dlll, were present. Mrs. C, W. Garripan took hlRh score honors, nnri Mrs G. O. Poctz took second htch. Brid^o went to Mr.s. \V. L. Whlttaker. " Gladioli and pansies \\rre used in the game rooms. The hostess served refreshments during the afternoon, Guest Honored At Burdette Mrs. Chris Tompkins was hostess !n her home in Biirrtette to Mrs R, Gotham who is the house gueM of Mrs, G. A, ITMe, fnr a luncheon Ten guests were present, nml spent the afternoon informally. Spring flower.-; were used throughout the house. spoke to the group on his trip. LaNueve Hosts To Husbands Hotel Noble was the scone nf the LaNucve Club, Thiir.sclny cvrninij ivhcn they entertni^ed tlieir )u:s- band.s. Mr, 1 !, Ne'.vton Whltls was hoslnss to the group ut her hiune prrreil- ing the dinner pnrty. wllh Mr.s, R. E. Grcrn, co-hostess. Pnn.'iies a lilfli-s provided the center for tnblo.s. Tlie evening \vius .spent in piny- Ing bridge. High score for Mn> mm, vs-a.s taken by MeMn Hal^cll. Ui-;h for the we men went to Mr.s. Oole- mmi Stevens. Biiil^o \\eiu to Lynn Hughes. Monthly Meeting Of Woman's Club Saturday Cotillion Club has 9 p. m. dunce In Mirror Room of Kntel Noble preceded by 8:30 p, m. business session. Ho.sls and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Tolrr Iluchiuian, Mr. Fourth Rrttde — w. D. Crocker Jr., Ronald Fr:ti-ier, Pete Hnlstcarf W: Hi run Kinninmonth, Louis L*>ve- lady, Andy Slanlry. Gcnrcfe ^'c Frances demons, RcUy Lo\i GCP I.iudn Hfttinnh. and Surah Lo> Mcotly. Richard Barnes, Arden Cot- lier. Buddy Haney. Buddy Harris. Charles Hayncs. Sammy Sarba, Kenneth Skelton. Shirley Alley. Pe(-i:y CtH'hrnn, S;irrvh F. Hardy, Charlotte Lewis. Virginia Nichols, Pe«?a;y Pli'kens, Sara L- Sno\v, Fifth Grade — Hilly Joe Fannin, Wayne LXrVelacc, Jsunp.s Marshall Dewnync Miller, Jeri'',- Lynn Adam>, riR K?lly. Bcishfirsc. Eastern Slar Celebrates Friendship Night OSCEOLA — Tlio O?ceola Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star, celebrated its Friendship Night Tuesday nt tlie Masonic Hall. Guf.'ots v:erc from the chapters of ! Wytuie, LeachvilLe, Lepanto, Manila. Wibon and Blythevillo ami in- i eluded a.s t;ur*its v,*cre Mrs. Ruth j members, Mrs. J. Huason, and Mrs. [Job Peterson. High score hcnors were ivon by Mrs. W. A. Afflict: and Mrs. Hudson was second. INVITATION' TO Bill Bids will be accepted by Housing Raycrlecnc Hooper, Alice Llnrlquist, Donna Carles Wayne Bnrnes. Dnim R:rh- ard DjivLs. Jimmy L^rny FMev. lie Gcr- J;imrs Hrnry Bnrtiett, iind Mrs. I. R. Ccleman, Mr. aiid ! nld Larkln. John Berton May^. Rob- Mrs, Monroe Cram. Jr., Mr. ntul ; ,. r t, i jC o Nichols. Thomas Gccr?c Mrs. E. J. Cine nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr. Monday Vs Missionary Society Cir- Wonder Wrnn-Arounc In the nbsenre nf Mrs. Tnnt. Mr.s. L. F.. Baker pi over the buslnfvw nireling ot tno Woman's Club yo.sli i<iny. Twenty-five members \vrrc present for btifiine^s sewion jiiul speech civcn by Hill Rnyricr of Little Rc;ck, \vho«e su bjfc t, \\ ar, "Lfc tsU i ion 1 n Arkansns". Mrs, George I,re envp n report on tlie Mate cnmontirn ^nd \l:-.s \V. S. Johnston, reiKiiU'd on the clUtrict convention. Mis. R. W. Woolen Hostess To Trinilv WMS clr.s One ant] Two mrct. toKOtlicr pieces j 1 p. m . far a pnllurh lunch at Trinity Qnptist, Church. Hll.s1lu'. c .s Woninn'.s Circle u-ilt mrct r\t tbo hon;c of Mrs. Carolyn Boyci.^ at 1 :3fl p.m. at Chtckafia\v CourfsS. Cin'li's nicctini; of Wonicn's So- ciny nf ChrLslini; Krrvice of Fu.st Mothodisl, Clmrch will meet nl 2:30 pin. with following hcstc.v;rs: Cir- rlp Onn wi'th Mrs. Clilirlcs Cripser. Circle Tivu. wllh Mrs. Riicy B. J«nr«. Circle •I'liron with Mr.>. O. E. Kniisdcn. Circle Four with Mrs. I U. Coli'man, CMirle Five \\ilh Mrs 'l] J - '-• C.unrtl. Circle Six with Mrs. Authority of the City of BiytheviUe, Arkansas, ac it,s cfflce in the Ad- ministraUon Building nc Chicka.snvv Courts, in the City of BlyU\evtlle, Arkansas, until 2:00 o'clock P. M. Ekacii. past «rnnrt matron. MIMCS Ce|)tral standortl T - on Frida Marion Nfliou. Tommic Cash and . A „ 2 - ^-^ for lhc constrilctiou Mattie Slioupeii, grniul repre.enta- j Qf araveUtrec ts nnd drive* at Chcr- tive.s. ScrvitiR as truest officers were Mrs. Kavhryn Upton of Wilson, Mrs. Jim Roleson, anti Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Mr.s. Mason Day, Jr., and baby arrived home yesterday from Memphis Baptist Hospital. Cpl, James Bell, son of Mr. am! Mr.s. Bob Bell, has been taken off front lines In Korea and moved lo Japan where he will stay several days for rest. Mrs. E. R. Gotham has. return ed to her home in Little Rock at ter spending several days as guesi of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hale a, Burdeltc. Mrs. E. H. Flossie left today for Chicago to spend a week with her husband who is employed there She will also visit her sister, Mrs James Clouse. of Rankin, UK Mrs. Tom Burns and Mrs. I. Led better will leave today for St. Loui to be the guest of Mrs. Ledbetter'i brother. Bill Moore o( East St Lmils. III. Mrs. C. Noble has as her gues Mrs. Hollis Bush of Birmingham Ala. She was a delegate to Gardei Club of America Meeting in Mein phis for nine southern states, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sloan daughter of Poplar Bluff are th guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Glass, i — Earnest Fry has been returned to ~~ his home on Davis after being in the Methodist Hospital In Memphis for sometime. Bobby Gene King, who has been seriously ill In the Methodist Hospital is reported to be improving. He is In Room 122. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stovall returned from Little Rock lust night where they attended a funeral directors convention. st Students Named i On Gosnell Honor Roll Jcanie Lucius has been name* »st student for fifth six weeki , ind "students of distinction" mak- : ng straight A's are Patricia John, Mary Hannaford, Geneva Lee, 3onnie Roberts. James Lucius and Katherine Hoffsteter. It was announced today by Floyd E. Irby, principal of Qosncll High School. Thirty-four students make up th« honor roll. They have a B average or better. Students In the twelfth grade making honor roll are Rachel Roberts, Bobbie Springer and Howard Maxwell. Eleventh srade-Claudette Bevlll, Jerry Raspberry, Ben Caldwel!, Hilda Lee, Marlene Conner, Paul- Jt ine Lee, Mavis Brackin, Gay Me- ™ Millan. Francis Gotten and Charles Wllliford made the honor roll. Tenth grade—Earnest Alien, Roy Lee McKay, Barbara Potter, and Larry Coggin. Ninth grade—Sue Krech. James Bevill and Barbara Price. Eighth grade — Wanda Whittle, Leon Santord, Oletus Duck, Barbara Bevill, Jenny Vee Glllentlne, and Hoy Lynn Via. Seventh grade — Jean Howard, Barbara Glass, Charlotte Gotten, Lloyd McCormick, Billy Joe Sellers! Carl Hester Warren and Roy E! Baker, Jr. worthy nmuon; Mannerin^ Towles of Manila, worthy patron; Mr.s. Marion fs'elsrn of Monette. associate matron; and Paul SliUwcL! of Os- cecla associate patron. Saliba, Sara Louir.e Buy/it. Linda Lou Culhnrj, .leanette Dee Eatnion. Betty June Gowcn. Brrnria Joyce McClanahan, Linda Loyce McClan- nhan. Sixth sradc — Louis Garh.er. Glyim Dale Howard. Bavld I David Ray, Jerry Wllliford. Marsha Blackirri, Ro.se childress. Be.t- tye Collier. Helen Followay, Jerry Grounds. Marilyn Jones. Shirley Kinninmonth. Lovetta McAclams Mayrinc Palmer, Joyce Thraiikill. Danny Bratcher. Larry Bmgnsoii, David Crump, Ertdle Gilles. Billy Haney. Billy Hatch. Bobby Rich- | ai dson, Marvin Zellner. A n n 1 e i Blackwcll. Betty Lmi Clouse. Norma Hanclley. Imogcan Reese. Mclia : Saliba. and Charlotte Tyrone. ; Rustice Inn Is Scene 01 Baiioiiet For Co-op Approximately 73 men were present last tii-^ht for the Banquet of the Yarbro Co-op Gin at the Rustit: Inn. This Is an annual affair given for stock holders and guests. A special micst was County Agent Keith Bilbrev. ckee Courts, South Elm Street, Blytheville, Arkansas. Plans and specifications may be obtained by prospective bidders at the office of this Authority. This Authority reserved the right At the Hospitals IllythevJlle Hospitals Dismissed: Hardy Childress, Jr., City Walls Hospital DismisseU: Baby Hastings,. Steele Mr.s. R. A. Southard, Dell to accept or reject any or nil bids. Dated at Blythcville, Arkansas, this the 19th day of April, 19)2. HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THK CITY OP BLYTHEVILLE By: J. Mell Brooks. Secretary-Treasurer Kibitzer Club Meets; I\vo Guest Present For their weekly bridge game, the Kibitzer Club was entertained Thursday at the home of Mrs. Jim Smart. Two guests played with dub E. J. Cure. Tuesday Mrs. Ruprri, Cnuton will be l:tw- te.--> to L:i Prtitc Cltib. Y.irbro Hume npinonst.ralinti Club G Jerome. Mrs. Harry W. Halnes !K hostess to the Mid-Week Bridge Clnb. Dnpllratc Brldpc League meets at the Country Club. Mrs. H- Humphrey will entertain the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Eugene Brown is hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Members ot Kihltlzcr will niret at the home of Mrs. Johnny White. FOR THE BUY OF YOUR LIFE- See Us About OVERHAULING YOUR ENGINE BlythevWe Motor Co. I'lione 41'J2 will mrvi. ut (.heir club. Country Club Duplicate League uill bo [-ntt'i-ttimed ;U the Country Club. ^Mivs Ji-^so Taylor will bn hostess lo Ihr Tue^dny llritli;r Club. Ti-i-'lV wn IJ]-ii|[re Chib will meet in the homo of Mrs. •Dale' Brings. Kr.scrve District No. 8 Stiitc No. Sl-105 Wrdnestlny Report of Conriitlnn of Semi-Cannstrx Club's hostess will! —, - 0 . . _. -, be MLS Douglas Decn. j The Farmers Bank and Trust Company to*ClV~° inS HciUlnrS011 iS hai:tcqs :or nivthcvillr. Arkansas. *l lhc rinse of business March 3t. 13S?, a State °Toun nnd Country Club -» v,J b -'» kil ^ insliliition nr^mlAf,! and n|irr»tin R unilrr the hnnhine laws of PLANTING SEED SOYBEAN SEED Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times WD have Ogden and Dorlch No. 2 Cleaned an«l Sacked. Ready for mediate delivery.* «•. The pxenitivi- Iran! nf Trinity j Town nnd Country Out. will N> I Raptisfs Women's MK-lminvy Sri- i cutrriaincd hv Mrs.'l.oy Wrlrli ! fioh met yosteiriny with Mrs. R. ndtnninn Cliniurr nf Drlplibn j \V. Wixitra fnr n bllsitlr>,s niul in- I PrriiMy lipji an H a. m, mretinsl i])lrutinnnl lurctitiK. i n t Hotel Noble follnwecl by I \i ml Mrs. Woorcn led Hie tlfvnl icui.il., l;iiiclirnn. ' I mill Mr.v PIV : .TJ. nneiisMiin n;ul Miv.i W.'r'nr-d.iy Club will tx- niter-! F C Thoninsrm olTrnM pvaverf. i tamed by Mrs. (i. O. Poolz I WCl [' the rneetlnc. ivocl after f j"i art 1 ;8733 j 12J4 By Sue Buvnell Dcsi-neci for for; — a fnnr.-:Un:i^ l)i : :Hi;.; -»rap.i aiui b./Mn \vith .^caHop.s LciKinit: ti p-\ touch. And princes; such f.isy .'-fj-svinj. Pattrrn Nn. 8T:i3 i> a .-e'A-r.tr prr- foratcrt pattern in si?<s 12. 14. !6. IS. 20: -ID. 42, 44. Sizf 14, With Urnps. 4'* yard.- of 35 or 39-inc-ll. F.:ir this paiurn, sc-nrl 3O^ in COINS, your name, ariiin^'-. M?.C desired, nnri the PATTERN NUMBER to Sur Burner.. Courier News. 3T5 Quincy St.. Chicazo 6. III. Bl'ic FASHION lor '52 Is filled w ; .t.h ldca.s to make your clothe* bndcct RO further — Mnie-rayms! nnri eccnomical dc;!:m that art easy to sen-. GiU paltcni printtd Inside. !i cents. •IluiisiUy is to meet with Mrs. N. r Ohlinnti - j Corpoiate ^[IH- ?rrvn brink rst Grace Church "Tlie I, idle Church. With llio Ui K Welcome" Cornor of .Mai puerile t S: Harrisfin lie sure lo Iioar Ull.l, HOOT of Omaha. Ne- lirtiska. Taslnr. Teacher and Youth Loader. Soo^s you love lit sin;,', led hy H illicit I'atiles- Ki'ovc and l!»l) I'clrci- vich. 1'aslor of V i r s I Grace Church with Mrs. Dorothy Downing at (he 1'ianii. Bill Hoot 4 Pi B f* 1 \\ I ! /*** 9 lT*f* BIG NIGHTS Tuesday Friday April 22 thru April 25 BEGINNING AT 7:30 P.M. SAT. ONLY Double Feature 00 PER BUSHEL COTTON SEED Empire Cotton Seed, first year from breeder. Discounts on large lots. PER HUNDRED RED TOP GIN CO. N. Highway 61 Icnclnr M;m Sena] & Cartoon SUN.-5 ION. Double Feature S3.327.R28.00 i ;i5 113.000.00 of Federal Rc- 21.000.00 3.522.309.08 nm! n\!mcs SI.00 55.001.00 32.911.71 SATURDAY ONLY! Double Feature "CAVE OF THE OUTLAWS" Filmed in Carlsbad Caverns Starrins; M;icl)on;il<l Cnrev iK: Alexis Smilit C;iptain Video Serial and C'arlonn (his Kt;itf ^nil a member of Oic l->rli i rnl Krserve System. Published in arcorfLinrc with a c^ll made by thr Slate Hanking Authorities ami by the IdU'ral Hcscrve Bank of this District. C:i>h. baliiiu-cs v.ith other banX aiul c.i'h itc-rns in prnto.-s of ro!!iH'l :»n. . • United .S'.:\tr.=; Go\'crnnient obiirr\tions. dnec! ot Stnirs »nci pnhlicnl snbchvi- uu'k.s lincludinc 521.00flOO TOTA Other drp TOTAI Other ha! 'f Stiues nnd .t b.mks osil,^ 'certttlrd iiml i . DKrOSITS I.IABILITIICS dmt ill ns shown b?iow ' r ,\ r i T A i. A < (' OV NTS TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS '1OIAI, l.IAUlUm.S AND CAPI1AL ACCnUMS... Common stock with tool pit \ ..:.^ .-.f i^uoo no M r M O ti \ N n A H'.v i;.>i.;l:: : r. t ,..,, ,,, r „, ..53.188.98n.12 ..S 2(10.00(1.00 .. 5110.000. 00 ..S5.0S7.990 19 I. R A. l>, Uiat the nK State of Arkansas. Cnunty of MiF,e.5Mppi j Sworn to mid ?ul>-rribrri before n;r- •;-[- iPenh <;. My fcniniiffion expires March !2. I?,i4. S 3T.1.32SOH "f !' •'••.\c; of. ... 2J.1I1.11 .i 1 -!"..i!v.' ci b.ink. lirrcby eertify »1 iv.v kv.nwie.ltte nnd belief. •fr. Vi, f.-l>i,. s idnit I! A 1 v:i.-h I H Jolir.son F\ K w.irren. Directors. • IB'h rtnv o[ April. 1952. '•r \V-.:k-. N.it.lrv T.lWic. efSitELlfilH of FLESH! /*:£ff^ & • >»f _.. ,j-r; *?'"" 9 -—. I'nivtmount News, Carloon & Xovellv Heel Ritr Guests to See "Steel Town" Mr. & Mrs. R. A. Nelson and Family Miss Clnra Rnhlc • Miss Alice Priest HE KilOWS YOUR CAR If von wnnt tn enlru*,! y n n r r.ir lo n tm-rttnnic who will do his hrst to TIM It (iroprrly -- al n mininmni cost to you — come In T. 1. Sr;iy Motor Co, Try us next lime. T. I.SEAY MOTOR CO. CTir><kr-riimnvith Deitfr 121 E. Main Phone 21«

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