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FAO* TWO. f Jarw Shellon, Society Editor f etvd Phon« 4461 First Fall Meeting Held By Club v Women .Approximate!}' M members of the Bljrtheville Woman's Club met yes- Urdar afternoon at th» Oluh for th« tint meeting since the summer A brief executive board meeting immediately preceded the program which was conducted by Mrs. Louis Hu^ener, program chairman. Max B. Reid, president of the school board, made the first address of the afternoon on the Issues involved in the coming school election the heeds of the schoo! and the new ballot which will be used in the election to be held .Tuesday. Mr. Rci: concluded his address by urging al members to vote for the 30-mlll plan which Is vital for the new schoo and'plans now being made. Miss Palsy Lou Pope, who attended Girls State in Little Rock this cummer u a representative of the- Woman's Club, made a report on the activities of the meeting. Miss Mary JJo Eaton gave an account of the Egyptian Music Camp at DeQuoln, Illinois, which she and Miss JoAnn .Trieschmann and Harry 'yrftzius, Jr., attended, pollen- ing Miss Batons' report she anil Mr. Prltiius presented a duet, "High land Fling." "New Angles of Education" was the chosen topic of Miss Rosa Hardy who was assisted by Miss Effie Iff. Terrell who presented the Vocational Side of Education. Miss Terrell is vocational director at Blytheville High School. A business meeting was held following the program. • Hostesses for the afternoon were Mra. Raj Hall, Mrs. R. C. Allen, Mrs. George Barham, Mrs. w. T. Bamett, Mrs. Russell Hays, Mrs. W. 8. Johnston. Mrs. C. L. Mc- Watera, Mrs. Jesse M. White, Mrs. Key Wood and Mrs. Fred Steadman. C.B.C. Club Meels Ih.J.D. Smith Home" Mrs. J. D. Smith was hostess to members of the C. B. c. Club yesterday afternoon for the weekly rook games. 'Roses and mixed full flowers In pottery vases were placed in the entertaining .rooms. In the, games Mrs. Paul Byrum won high, ,Mrs. Lendennie Fowler second and Mrs. Alvin Hardy rooko. , Mn. Smith served a salad plate at the conclusion of the games. • * • Dance At Hut Honors Club Members, Guests • MT. and Mri. Jack Chamblin. Mr. jnd Mrs. Dick White, Mr. and Mrs. •en Mae White, Mr. ar(d Mrs. qbarlm Henley and Mr. asd Mrs. I. R. Coleman were hosts and hos- teaaee to members and guests of the 30th Century Club with a dinner-dance Thursday night at the American Legion Hut. .Autumn colors were used in the decorations of the hut with fall leave, scattered on the serving table which was overlaid with a white cloth and centered with a low crystal bowl holding an arrangement of yellow and orange mari- rolda flanked by yellow tapers burning In crystal holders. Fall flowers in assorted hues floating in crystal bowls placed throughout the Hut completed the scene ' Guests for the affair were Miss Molly Guard, Earl Snider, Jr.. Louis Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ward, Jr., Mr and Mrs. William Lawshe, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stewart, and Mr. and Mra E. A. Pollard, of Osoeola. Elaine Ford Observes Third Birthday With Parly friends of Elaine Ford at Eleven gathered yesterday afternoon . the V"ome of Elaine's parents. M.. and Mrs. Eddie Ford, Jr.. to help her celebrate her third birthday. The group spent the afternoon Informally after which glfls were presented the young honoree. The birthday cake which WHS topped In candy letters that spelled out "Happy Birthday- was served with assorted party foods from a serving table overlaid wilh R luce cloth. Mrs. Ford was assisted in serving by Mrs. Roland Davis. Jimmie Wilder Auditions With Horace Heidt Today Jimmie Wilder, six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wilder has been invited to audition for the Horace Heldt show at the Rainbow Room in the 555 Building in Little Rock today. Jimmie, who plays a piano-accordion, recently won an amateur contest at the American Legion Hut and will participate in the finals of that contest October 1 If successful in his audition today he will play in the Horace Hcidt show to be given October 7 and 8 at the Robinson Memorial Auditorium, Little Rock. ONE-YARD BLOUSES By Sue Burnett Just one yard of bright fabric to make each of the three blouses shown • above In the smaller size*. And such easy sewing—why not make all three styles and trim with ruffling or rlc-rac. An Idea tar a shower gift, or for the holidays. Pattern No. 8191 comes in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20. Size 14, 1 yard of 38-Inch for each blouse. For this pattern, send 25 cents, n COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, no South Wells Street, Chicago 7, Don't miss the new FASHION. The Pall and Winter Issue will delight you with its up-to-the-minute, easy to make frocks (or all the family. Free gift pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. By Mrs. G. C. Driver LUXORA NEWS Mr. 'and l^rs. Leonard Sampson entertained Wednesday night witn a birthday party in compliment to their son, Larry and Mr. Sampson's mother, Mrs. Ethel Sarnpson of Marked Tree. The twenty guests spent the evening informally. Out of town guests Included. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Tale, of Blytheville, Lee Capps and children, Shirey and Jimmy ot Marked Tree, Miss Kathryn Spears of Lepanto and the Rev. R. E. Shaw of Benton, Ark. Liberty W.M.U. Has Royal Service Program Members of the W. M. U. of the s'ew Liberty Baptist Church met In he home of Mrs. Charles Hicks Thursday night for a Royal Serv- ce Program. After singing a hymn and repcat- ng the watchword, the devotional was given by Mrs. S. H. Bevill. The i>ro£rnni theme was "Christ, he Answer to Commulsm," wilh the follou-ing topics being discussed: 'Tile Main in Search of a Key", Mrs. Clexlon Eubanks; "Finding Ihe Cey lo History and lo H New Earth." Mrs. Russell Duller; Mrs. Max Koonce spoke on "What Is Ihe Apical In Communism;" Mrs. Dick Bcvil! discussed "Communism. As Protest." Mrs. Claytun Holder lioke nn "Communism as a Secular iellgion." Mrs. Malcolm Koonce discussed ••Christianity Looks at Communism"; Mrs. H. B. Slicnrin poke on "Chrislianily Looks at the itatus of Persons in Communism"•Baptists Behind (lie Iron Cur- ain" was the Iheme of Miss Frances Long' succch ••! Returned fror Bits of News Mrs. RusMll H. rarr hostess to Tri-Town Bridge club Mrs. Helen Wlllia hoaless to Yarbro Home Demonstration Club at 3 p.m. Club Eight meets with Mri. Jesse M. Wlilte. Junior High P. T. A. meets at 3 P.m. preceded by Executive Board eting at 2:30 p.m. "Bud" Ralliff, who was dismissed Wednesday from Walls Ho»plta!, following an Illness of several days Is much improved. James McLemore who has been a patient for several months at Mem- Phis Baptist Hospital Is DOW satisfactorily convalescing from a major operation. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. 1. McLemore of Helena and the grand son of Mr, and Mrs. M. G. Joiner of Promised Land. Condlt'on of Mrs. Edwin Robinson, who was dismissed from Bly- lheville Hospital Friday following an Injury Wednesday, is much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whittle announce the blrlh of a daughter Thursday at 528 N. Sixth. The baby, their second child, has been named j Susan Diane. They have another i,,. ni u—T"' daughter, Donna Lynn, ««ed two d " r £ °"%"°™ ^'<" t° Thurs Mrs. whittle Is the former MKs' V ub Billle Shanks. Edwin Stubble field of McMlllIan Tenn., arrived Friday lo be the week-end guest of Miss Millie Chambers and her parenls. Mr. and Mrs. w. C. Shearin, and daughter Kay. Mr. Slubblefield will le BLTTHBYTLLg (ARK.) COURmR NEWS Coming Events Social W.M.U. of Hrst Baptist Church meets «t church for Royal Service Program at 1;M pjn. First Baptlit Brotherhood Supper mwllnt at church it 1 p.m. Mlia Maxine HiU hoiUw to Hrrt Baptist Y.W.A. CU« at 7 p.m. Women* Council of the Wrat ChrUtian Church will have business meeting at the home of Mri, A. R. Wetenkamp with Mri. Sanford Shelton co-ho»t«aa to the group at 2:30 p.m. I^ke Street w. g. o. B, m«U at a:JO p.m. Mrs, Ray Whlttlntton hostess to O. E, O. Club. . . w eave Monday for Harding College, Searey. Arkansas, where he will enroll as a senior. Mrs. .perald H. Robson and chlld- - -"-Piggott, arrived Friday to Delphian Society meeU at Hotel oWe at 10 a.m. Laiige P. T. A. meets at 3 p,m, at Calvary BaptUjt Church Natarene Foreign Missionary So- Clely m " 1 ' a ' chureh « l *» V». ••"*•» Avalon 'Bunco Club meets with Mrs. w. J. Cupples. =i^["' ,.. J - °' Hu< * «nterUlns Blytheville Rook Club Oosnell W. 8. C. S. of the Methodist Church meets at 2:30 p.m. ren. &r spendVko weeks here as guests of Mr~and Mrs. o. A Robson. Mrs, T. Wade Jefferles and Mrs. Adolph Helnlcke spent Friday In Memphis where Mrs. Heinlcxe consulted a specialist. Condition of Mrs. Helnlcke who Is confined to her home is satisfactory. Civic Calendar Junior Chamber of Commerce, Board Meeting 7:30 pjn. . Tuesday ™ 5 Club ' Hot " Unge P.T.A. Executive Board meeting 2:30 p.m. followed by PTA meeting 3 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church. Junior High P.T.A. Executive Board meeting f.M followed by American Legion I p.m. Wednesday Miss Peggy Hipp spent Friday in „ m'""" 5 Club ' Hot * Nobl « » = » Jonesboro as guest of Miss Betty i ' txigan who Is a student at Arkansas State College. Miss Hipp went especially to attend the dance sponsored by the Association of independent Students. Mr. and Mrs. James Terry spent Friday In Memphis. Mrs. c. J. Sluart of Memphts Is vitltlng here as guest of Mr and Mrs. Kendall Berry *hd fam- The Infant daughter of Mr. and 5!L r ?:_y.,* nce Al «»"<'«- who was born Memphis Methodist Brook. ~ named Hasel Mr »n<i Mrs. James Mathls ot Columbus. Miss., have arrived to Rotary club Hotel Noble 12:10 Papa vi. Jonesboro, rrida.f ^Football: Chicks Vs. Little Hock, p.m. Football- there. Air Fore* Tightens Kulu On Taking N.w T, ain « t James N. Mayes. and Max M. Mayes, father and nephew of John Mayes, will leave Sunday for theh home in Blue Eye, Mo., 'after visit'"* here !m "'Will days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mnyes and family Mrs, Joe Orr of college Station. Texas, has arrived to he the euest or her., mother. Mrs. R. I. Haley while. Mr.;Haley I* hoplUllzed in M»mphf.i.—-• Mr. and Mrs. W. J. \Viinrirrlir-li »nri Mr; and Mrs. nhn<-l»s Rose e't hv nbne tnrlav tv<r r line Rock nrc th'v will pttpnrl tl» P . or Arkam-.i-Mnrtli T>»i>« state • phpi-* rnn|i»>]i pprne loniDht. ami Mrs TJii^sell miHIlm Rr h»* rlwrl strnv. Ohl frnl^-nitr nt y»" rt ; r ^t , ""';""•'""• Nashville. ^ Charles MnlHn-; n n rt nrorTv -.irnm-: hare »rrtv fr | to sn»nrt the •vek-piid «s ciicsU nf Ihplr families ipv arp both .slnHpnli; of Arkansn!! -iff follow* n f, jonpshnro. 'r or HP-. S ,M Mrs. j. n. Tries- rlimonn. has Iwpn nworrf'rT a vo>re ATOMIC rh! .K > . e «« that the Soviet success in ferreting out the A-Bomb secret pc«d any Immediate threat to world peace ,t n , 0m . ar "' Br » <J1 «5'. chairman the United State, ehlefa of »Uff spent yesterday afternoon playing «olf. The nation's top military roan MAN AN1> BEAST — Wh would waste time looking for needle in this well-equipped hay stack when there's enough that _ rf _ _„ ^—^9*. LMJVla III*{] and beast? The beauties, top to bottom,'are princesses In the Court of Agriculture at the Los Angela County Pair In Pomona, Cal. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1949 Continued fro" Page L era diplomats viewed akeotlcallv coming from Russia. ' Tke calmer the American u, M* take Ibis saaMer (be teUer W« hare anticipate* it f«r f .,; Tear, a nit It calls fer •• chute 1« wr haale defcue plaa.» . f 1 '., *" ocl »«»n of American Scientists pointed out that Russia needs at least two years to develop the united States hw belen *«d at it since 1945 and has no Intention of letting up. Rep. Hankln (D-MI.M) greeted the news with the promt suggestion that plans be drafted Immedately for moving the capltol to Kentucky Rep. Cunningham (H-Iowa) said "it means that World War III is that much closer." But the comment of Senator Mc¥, " h °i' D ~ Conn) ' chal ™«n of the Senate-House Atomic Knergy com- mii'ee. WP- more typical "Our entire program has been based on the assumption that this very tiling would come to pass and we knew it would," he said Two top close to the chief executive said he timed hi announcement carefully so that It politics) and. before* fhe° Rul'lans could make the disclosure themselves (| 0 p rove thtt the Un = m States knea- all about it.) Leader of Girls' Riot Undergoes Sanity Tests LITTLE ROCK. Sept w <AP> A 17-year-old who twice''escaped from the Arkansas Girls Training School last month is In the State Hospital here, described as a m t«l c»«. Mrs. Maxine Coirbill, temoprary superintendent of the school, disclosed iRsl night that Juanlta Bs'ie -- . •— ^..v/vi.n U,«L Miillins. North Little Rock had been meets the eye to please both man sent to the hospital M the result • n«4 S**cf9 T-u. i-_ i . . _» _ . ^ wlc ic .»Ull I'dHtrthiirir. MU ' » TV:, •"I'd for Hip rnllo^p M>X pnnort nnl(r,n. '«rtln unrt M'« .irvlin n,,, sn »,,. Thursday »nrt Friday in Memnhis. l"lir. Mrs Tnm Oklahoma is Hip onlv slite whose canital. Oklahoma cily, bears the stale name. son. Mrs. . m virs * w Communism." Mrs. Hilton Stephen- mlssal' praye" S. H. Bevill led the dis- J7-Year-Old Girl Polio Victim Who was Engaged To be Married, Dies PBORIA. III.. Sept. 24. (AP)_EI- len Jane Bloomgren, who received her engagement ring while in an Iron lunj. will never wear a wed- Siar-dard* for enlistment In the „"'?, Jtorce and periods of enlistment „ m the organization will be cbanr- dance, John, Heck, JO of ed, s|S«t. Arthur G. Bahn, kxai'U Gal "? ur 8. «', brought her the en- S. Army and U. 8. Air Ptorce recruit- K a Sement ring Aug. U on her 17th ins; sergeant .announced today. birthday anniversary. Sergeant Bahn said that effective Oct. 1, applicants must score at least 100 on Ihe mental test and can enlist for periods of four, five or six years. Men re-enlMlng within 30 diys from date of discharge will be able to enlist for three years. Qualifications for aviation cadets! rKO men died of burns after , have been changed, also. Cadets ! collision of a loaded transport and must be single and have at least «0 ' ™pty coal truck on Highway 40 semester hours or 90 quarter hours " ~"" ' - - ' toward a degree in an accredited college or university. Previously cadet applicants could pass a test in lieu of the required college work. Applications processed prior to of a recent screaming disturbance and a doctor's examination The Mulllns girl brote away from Ihe school with other girls Aug H and Aug. so, being recaptured each time. Fire, Following Truck Crash, Fatal for Two COLUMBIA, Mo., Sept. 33- -WY the Oct. 1 deadline will not be af- tecled, Sergeant Bahn »aid. Rer. Magee to Speak At Supper Monday The Mens Brotherhood Supper of the First Baptist Church will be htlrl September 26 at 7 p.m. with the subject of discussion belns: "\ Man and His Church." The Rev. Guy D. Magee of the First Baptist Church 'n Manila will be the guest speaker with the program theme being "Stewardship Km pi its*. Aftm M»y« h projrr»m chairman. At The Hospitals . BI.VTKEVH.LK HOSPITAI Dismissed: E. T. Sellers, city. >«r». Henry Van Dyke. Haytl, Mo WAI.1,8 HOSPITAL Dijmtoerl: Mn. Wlllodean Martin and baby, **n. Ramona Adams, Stcele. Un. Miooi* Wilton, fu. L Arkansas AluminumPlant Strike Nears Settlement LITTLE ROCK. Sept. 24. (AP) — [•he three CIO United Steel Workers of America locals have accepted a proposal to settle the strike at Reynolds Metals Company aluminum operations. Charles F,. Smith, subdtrector for the union, said the agreement should mean nn early reopening of the Hurricane Creek and Jones Mill processing plants and the Bauxite, Avlt., mines. Smith said union employes agreed lo a seven-cents an hour ware Increase offered by Ihe company. Company officials announced In Richmond Wednesday Ihey hope to have the mint; and plants operating as quickly as possible. three miles east of here, yesterday afternoon. Harold Holzrichter. 28, of Springfield, died last night at as hospital. Bill Turner, 41, Columbia Negro, died at the accident scene. They were the only occupants of a loaded transport and empty coal truck. Flames following the head-on collision interrupted highway traffic more than an hour. An Inquest will be held today YOU CAN WIN $1,000 in Blyth.vilU'i Annual National Cotton Picking Contest 51,000 First Pri« Total Awards —?2,500 Special I'ri/.es for Women Hurry and send In y«mr enlry blink for Ihe. contest will he held OP Friday, Oclober ^ An>*ne i> tliciblc: P »- flose II* with J»»r entrr hlank and mill In Nati«n»l Cntt»n ncklnj ronle«t. Bn x '07. BljlhtTltk, Ark. Bm rt« It tndaj! Clip Out and Send In This Enlry BUink ENTRY BLAN'K Nationol Cotton Pickin* Contest P. O. BOK 707 Ark. Name St. or R.F.D City kj ihr J«nl»r Chamker ef Commeree Fire Damages House Fire, believed lo have started from an oil cook slove, caused considerable damage lo one room of the home of Roosevelt Hurst, Negro, at 1125 West Rose Street yesterday allcrnoon. Fire Chief Roy Head said that the interior of a back room s damaged by Ihe blaze. Changes to Be Proposed At Girls' Training School LITTLE ROCK. Sept, 2*. (API — A proposal that the Arkansas Girls' Training School abandon farming operations will be discussed at a meeting of the Board of Control Monday. Howard Gladden, administrative a.-atstant to Governor McMath. aaid under the proposal the nine convicts used for agriculture work would be retiirned to the Stale Prison Farm. Walls in Old Lead Mine Crumble; Man is Killed POTOSI. Mo.. Sept. 24. M>j_The walls of an abandoned lead mine collapsed late yesterday and killed Jaek Oral Irwin, 28, who was digging M feet below ground. The old mine is two miles east of here Several rescuers worked under the d'-ection of Missouri Highway Pat'ol In an effort to reach Irwin but the walls collapsed a second time, delaying their efforts. The sides of the mine shaft were braced with timbers after the sccind cave- in. Joe Boy;r and Paul Mo wry. both of Potosl, were in the mine shaft with Irwin when the accident occurred but escaped Injury. Assigned for Air Training Eddie j. Tankcrsley, son of Mr and Mrs. George C. Tankersley of Yarbro, has been assigned to Lackland Air Force Base for tralnlivr after enlisting In the Air Force' He previously served In the Infantry, for approximately is months In Ihe European Thcaler. I'm Free Of Washday 'Vorries! WITH NU-WA'S ROUGH DRY BUNDLE Lb. Flat work Finished Wearing Apparel Starched Shirts Finished 12e extra Pants Finished 20c extra TELEPHONE 4474 Nu-Wa Laundry-Cleaners Six Senriee Trucks We Gl»e Eagle Stamps District Fair Winners Clothing Judging in,the clothing department could have frustrated any Judge, with 65 separate divisions each holding keen compelllion. Mrs. T. R. Watson of Armorel managed to come out wilh 22 separate Items In the money, and Mrs. Copeland placed 17 lu the top winners. Complete Judgings include: Household Linens Embroidered While Pillow Cnses —Mrs. Copeland, 1; Mrs. Cleo Pope of Blylhcville, 2; Mrs. Murray McHaffey of Blytheville, 3. Embroidered pillow cases with color—Mrs. Pope, 1; Mrs. C. A. Tant of Blytheville, 2; Mrs. Eta Wlicel- er of Blylhevlllc, 3. Monogrammed sheel and pillow cases-Mrs Tant, 1; Mrs. Wiltson, 2. • Luncheon sets, white embroidered -Mrs. Tanl, I; Mrs. Watson, 2. Luncheon sels, lace trimmed— Mrs. Anderson, 1; Mrs. Jones. 2; Mrs. Stanton Pepper of Blylhcville. third. Luncheon cloths not listed—Mrs. W. A. Lewis of Blytheville, 1; Mrs. A. P. Burks of Blytheville, 2; Mrs. Tant. 3. Doilies, embroidered—Mrs. Wiit- son, 1 and 2; Mrs. Tant. 3. Table Kmmers, embroidered—Mrs. Pepper, I; Jackie S. Halsiend of Blytheville, 2; Mrs. Walson, 3. Bridge sets, embroidered — Mrs. Tant. 1. 1'in Cushions—Mrs. Lewis, 1: Mrs. Tant. 2; Mrs. F. H.;p«rmh of flly- thevllle. 3. Pot Holder—Mrs. Jones. I. Handkerchiefs, all white—Mrs. Tanl, 1. Handkerchiefs. assorted — Mrs. Tant, 1; Mrs. Watson, 2 and 3. KUcllcn or tea towels—Mrs. Jones 2 and 3. Sofa Pillow—Mrs. Lillic Sisk of Blytheville, 1. Quest Towels—Mrs. Cojielaml, 1. Any oilier articles^Mrs. Coiic- land, 1; Mrs. Lewis. 2 and 3. Quilts Cotton Patchwork—Mrs. Arensmeier of Blytheville, 1 and 2; Mrs. Garth Castlio of Blylheville, 3. Colton applique or embroidery- Mrs. Cora Meliia of Blylhcville, 1 and 3; Mrs. Howard Bowcn of Blv- theville, 2. Silk Comforl—Mrs. J. o. Hucy of Blytheville, 1 and 2.' Rugs Hooked—Mrs". Rosco Crafion of Blylheville, 1; Mrs. Jones, 2 and 3. Braided—Mrs. Forrest Moore of Blylheville. 1; Mrs. Watson. 2 & 3 Hand Woven—Mrs. Howard Bowen of Blytheville, i. Any other kind—Mrs. George Mulr of Blylheville. i. Afghan—Mrs. G. F. Bnrt of Joiner, I; Mrs. Bowen, 2; Mrs. Jones, 3. Infant's Apparel Pillow 'Cases—Mrs. Watson 2 3 Baby Sacque (crochelnd)—Mrs' S Ooff of Blytheville, 1; Mrs. Max Watson of Armorel, 2 and 3 Baby Sacque (knitted)'—Mrs Glenn Johnson ot Blytheville 1 2 Baby Set idrcss and slip)—Mrs C. A. Virisnn of Armorel 1 Baby Set (three p!eccs>-Mrs Vmson, i arid 2. Baby Bib—Mrs. Watson. 1. Any other Infant article—Mrs Copeland, 1; Mrs. Vmson 2- Mrs' Max Walson, 3. ' ' Children's Garments Child dress. plain-Mrs. Wheeler, I, Mrs. Max Watson. 2; Mrs j w Sanford of Blytiievlllc, 3 ' ' ' Child's dress, fancy—Mrs. Wheeler, 1; Mrs. Copeland, 2 Child's dress, two to four j-ears- Mrs. Max WaUon, 1 and 2; Mrs Ha Koonce, 3. _ Child's Sun Suit. (girl)-Mr.i. Boy's Sllit^-Mrs. Watson 1 Boy's ShlrU-Mrs. Sanford. i and ; Mrs. Max Wnlson, 3. Child's Pajamas—Mrs. Max Wat- I-adies' Garments Night Gown—Mrs. A. P. Burks 1 and 2; Mrs. 'Watson. 3 Ladies' Slip—Mrs. stiles, i a]ld 2; Continuous Shows Box Office Opens | : . I5 Show Slarls 2:00 • a ' m ,. '.::« n••" i=su p. LlSfhX TO KI.UN Saturday Northwest Stampede with .loan Leslie »n<t James Craij- Serbl "Batman and Robin" ,v n 15 >n<i Short font. Showing Sat. 12:38-11:30 Sunday & Monday ( HEAT STU IN EVEIY MLE If* HEAT MAMA;: 'DOUGttt Murder Cases On Docket for Supreme Court LITTLE ROCK. sept. 24. (API _ . The murder conviction of George Cooper. Qravette radio repairman m the "valve stem" death ol his wife, will bo among seven criminal cases submitted to Hie Arkansas Supreme Court when It reconvenes Monday after ils summer recess. Submission of criminal is In line with a jxilicy of the court to dispose of all such cases which are ready to be decided before going inlo Ihe civil docket. No cases will be decided Monday. First decisions will be handed down Monday, Oat. 3. Cooper was sentenced to life imprisonment In Benton circuit court His wife. Lois, died of a wound inflicted when a valve stem was d fly- en into her head last Dec 23. flk slate contends Cooper inflicted xBr wound; the defense, that it was suffered accidentally. Cases to be submitted Monday Include another murder conviction. Royal Houston of St. Francis county Is appealing from a second de- Bree conviction and seven-year sentence for Die fatal sl<n n |i ng ot Will Irvine In January, IMS. Robert A. Leflar. on leave of absence as dean of the Arkansas Law School, will sit as a member of the court for the first time. He was appointed by Governor McMatti as an associate justice lo succeed the [ate R. VV. Robins of Conwtiy. Train Kills Grid Player Dcalh of a DeQueen high school football player in a train crossing accident Friday raised Arkansas' known violence toll for the week to n The youth. Gnle Morris. 17, was unable to set out of a truck, which stalled on the crossing, before a freight train plowed Inlo the veil Ir-le. He was al I^ast the sixth child victim tills week. Parai Short Mrs. Walson, 3. Street Dress—Mrs. Wheeler, 1: Mrs. Watson, 2; Miss Wilma Everett of Salem, 3. House Dress—Mrs. Koonce. 1; Mrs. Max Watson, 2; Mrs. Cop^ land, 3. m Smock—Mrs. Watson, 2. ™ Kitchen Apron—Mrs. Burks, 1; Mrs. Jones, 2; Mrs. Walson. 3. Fancy Apron—Mrs. Copeland, 1 and 2; Mrs. Sisk, 3. Any other wearing apparel—Mrs. Sanforri, 2. Tifrift Garments Ladies Dresses—Miss Ora l,ee Btl- brey of Imb<]dcn, 1, 2 and 3. Smock—Mrs. Copeland, 1. Kitchen Apron- Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs. Burks. 2; Mrs. Coueland, 3. Tea Aprons—Mrs. Pope, 1; Mrs, Stiles. 2; Mrs. Watson, 3. Curtains—Mrs, Copeland. 1; Mrs. " Watson, 2. Luncheon. Cloths— Mrs. Burks, I and 3; Mrs. Jones. 2. Girl's Dress-Mrs. Wheeler, 1; Mrs. Copeland, 2: Mrs. Sanford. 3. Child's Undergarments—Mrs. Sanford. 1 and 2. Pot Holders—Mrs. Jones, 1; Mrs. Watson, 2. Bonnctt— Mrs, Watson, 1. Pajamas—Mrs. Everett, 1. Quilt--Mrs. Stiles, 3. Dish Towels—Mrs. Hertford, 1; Mrs. Jones, 2 and 3. Pillow Cases—Mrs. Watson, 1 and 2; Mrs. Coiielmid, 3. Sun Suits—Mrs. Stiles, 1; Copeland, 2 and 3. Boys' Pants—Mrs. Sanford, and 2. Any other garments-Mrs. Lloyd, 1 and 3; Mrs. Copelanti, 2. Knitted Articles Sweaters—Mrs. Max Walson, 1; Mrs. Mary Ilcmby ol Blytheviile, 2; Mrs. Burl of Joner, 3. Addition Awards on Pajpe 5 Bov Office Opens fi:43 Show Starts 7:00 Opens Suiiilu} | : |)0: Starts I ''*A Conliiiui.ns Slums Sal *• Si/2P Bar-ain \l B ht Kverj M s ht Kxrepl Salurrlaj No passes linnnred nn Sundaj at IIos> Thcalre Saturday South of Death Valley with diaries Stairrtl Serial "Knckelmen" \o. 6 and Short • "minimus .Showinj. Sat lz:3«-ll;i« Sunday * Mnnfar I A •%••. 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