The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 24, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 24, 1949
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\\ FACE FOUR" BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' .COURIER NEWS New* MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 194» Jan» Shelton, Society Editor Phon* 4461 Miss Higginson Monorcd At Pink and WJiite Party A'ilrlklng »rr«ng«msnt of pink »nd' wh lt« ch rysanthemumi fla like A on either side by glowing white tapers Centered the embroidered cut• work' cloth 'with elaborate insertions of luce overlaying the refreshment table of the sherry party given in compliment to Miss Dorothy Jean Hfgginson, bride-elect of James Rogers, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. M. O. Usrey and Miss May Diion were hostesses »t the Usrey home Irom 4 to 6 to the approximately 50 guests who called. Presiding over the refreshment table was Mrs. Marcus Evrard and 'Mrs. Ixjuls Nash. Assisting during *1he afternoon were Mrs. Cecil .'Shane, Mrs. Max Usrey. Jr., Miss •-SAnella Humphries, Mollie Joe Bcas- ley »nd Mrs. Odell Sanders of Lake Cormorant, Miss., weekend guest ot her mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Bouquets of mammoth pink and white chrysanthemums were placed in the entertaining rooms. Mi*ff Higginson chose for the oc- i-easion & forresi green sa'.in afternoon frock with the nectlin« edged in soft green lace overlaying crwm lace. She pinned a corsage of pink and white carnations at her shoulder; a gift of the hostesses. Special guests were Mrs. W. C. Higginson, mother of the bride- elect, who chose a-blue grey faille and wore a corsage of pink carnations, » gift of the hostesses, and Mrs. F. A. Rogers, mother of Mr. Rogers, who was gowned in black .crepe complemented with an ar, rangement of while carnations, also .'; a. gift of the hostesses. • Third Birthday *Feted With Party, For Six Alton Berry West, III, was honored on his third birthday Salur- liday when six little friends spent ^the afternoon at the home of his —parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. West, Jr., In observance of the special day. Roses were arranged in the home . to form the setting (or the afternoon .ot informal entertainment. - Gifts wer* presented the guest ot honor after wliich the white birthday cake, topped in three white can-; riles was cut and served with the assorted party foods. Mrs. West was assisted in serving by Mrs, William Hyndman and Mrs. A. B. West, Sr. * * * Mrs. Ladd Complimented At Lowell Gibson Home Mrs. Lowell Gibson was hostess to 12 'guests ftt her home Friday when she entertained with a Iny- ette shower in compliment to Mrs. Nelson Ladd. Fall floral trrangements and pink »nd blue ballooni In keeping with the motif decorated the entertaining rooms of the home. Gifts were'presented the honoree • after which a salad plate with coffee was served to the guests. Tiny pink and blue nut filled cups were presented as favors. , -. Out of town guests were Mrs. J H. Griffin, Mrs. W. L. Griffin and Mrs. J. P. Atkins, all of Manila. * • • Halloween Is Motif Sixth Birthday Party Jack-o-lanterns and black cats holding chrysanthemums and dahlias decorted the W. E. Wallace home when Gene Raybird Wallace was complimented on his sixth birthday with a party for 16 friends. In the games, Toby Long was presented a pme for pinning the tail on the cat. Ijawn games played oh the back lawn which was decorated in balloons made up the afternoon's entertainment. Circus candles forming a merry go round of animals circled the birthday cake which was topped with six pinlc candles i nblne candy holders. Cake, ice-cream and parly foods were served. Snappers and witch dolls were presented the guests as favors. Mrs. Wallace was assisted in serving by Mrs. Allen Hardin. Mr. and Mrs. Cook Honor .Classes With Party Members of the-Youth and Intermediate classes of the Gosnell Methodist Church were entertained by their teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Damon Cook, at their home on Birch Avenue Friday. Bob Maxwell was winner In the games which the group played during the evening. Refreshments were served from the lace drajjed table which was centered with lavender chrysanthemums arranged in a crystal bowl. Bouquets of roses, dahlias and chrysanthemums decorated the Cook home, i Cinderella Collection Receives Recognition For Former Resident "Japan" Chosen Theme Of Quarterly WMU Meet Japanese, decorations including lanterns, fans, chrysanthemums— the favorite flower of Japan—and special music will be featured "at the Fall Quarterly Meeting of the Woman's Missionary Union of Mississippi County scheduled to meet at the Wilson Clubhouse Friday. Demonstrations of teaching methods, plans, poster. 1 ; nnd other, helps for the 1949 Foreign Mtsston Graded Series of books on Japan will be shown by Mrs. Charles Evans, Mrs. n. E- Van Hoo-snr, Mrs. Roy Heart, Mrs. Albert Endeilin ami Mrs, C. L. McWaicM, si-., of Blytheville. Brief methods conference. 1 ; on Stewardship, Young People's Work, Mia&ion Study and Community MIs- siojis will be conducted by Mr.s. Jatne,^ Staples of Joiner M;rs. Eiu- mett Cross, Brinkley's Chftpel; Mrs. R. H. Jones, State Chairman of Mission Study, and Mrs- D, D, Cash, Wilson. M iss Ma xinc Nee ly, v Una 1 - H ids worker of the Baptist Baok Store, LJMJe Rock, will show moving pictures, -strip films and slides of Baptist Mission work in Japan nnd activities of the Southern Baptist foreign Mission Board, Richmond, Va. Mrs. C. B- Wood, Luxora, will conduct the devotional. Others on the program include Mrs. R. N. Fox, Manila; Mrs. Ed Williams, Wilson, accompanist; Peggy Brinkley, Wilson; Emi Sano and Kenny Sano, Japanese-American children living in Wilson. Mrs. R. H. Joitc. 1 ;, asstwialional superintendent of Woman's Missionary Union in Mississippi County will preside at the all-day s&ssion which 100 are expected to attend. Special recognition is to be given to the church group with the most mileage. DO YOU HATE So many women betweta tte ages or 38 and 52 hare good re&son to hate 'chang* of hie* — th» tlm« when fertility ebbs nvny — when embftrrtMing symptoms of mis nature m»y betray your &ge| If this functional period makes you timer from hoi flushes or nukM you ffel »o w**k. nervous, rmlwx, hard to live and war* *llh — Uy LydU E. Plnfchum'B Vfgeublt Compound to relleve auch symptoms- Women bj the thousands have reported Temnrlc- abls benefit*. No other medicine of this typ* Jor women hju $uch & long record of success. Regular tiae of Lydia PlnkhanVs Compound help* but Id up re*lst- tuice agnlnxt avith mlddle*&gn distress. The iroman'i fricndl with iddci) Iron. LYDIA E. FINKHAM'S VefctabU Compound ' With a collection of glass slippers^ which are a thrill to every feminine heart—a collection representing 20 years of haunting antique shops from the spicy New England slates to brilliant Mexico — Mrs. . Cleo Langslon, former Blytheville resident, recently received recognition for her unusual collection, number- MS some 150, in the Long Beach Press Telegram. In this article It was explained Lhat a Tew of the larger shoe sllp- [>ers measure some 10 inches while Ihe smallest one of blown glass Ls less than an Inch long. These slippers are considered rare today. . It would be almost Impossible, the Press-Telegram stated, to Identify these slippers a.s to their manufacturers or the period In which they were made because they could have been produced by an American or a, foreign workman in any one of a number of factories. Glass blowers can make the same style slippers or boots today. Mrs. Langston Is especially fond of her Dresden china slippers which came into their own during the reign of Queen Victoria In which the middle class hnci an opportunity to satisfy that long cherished dream of ornamental objects. The first materials used for the now common glass and china slippers and boots- is yet a veiled secret. There Is a tradition that blown glass boots were made in England during the reign of George III In ridicule of the. Earl of Bute. While the former was still Prince of Wales,- John Stuart, Earl of Bute, acquired great influence over him. After George became king, his friend was raised to prime minister -So great was his unpopularity with the people that In -1763 he was practically forced to resign as prime minister. Perhaps the slang term, "boot him out" originated at this time. . Among the collection, The Press Telegram continued,'are Dutch slippers all of blown glass and generally with flowers on them, although styles vary, Each of the 150 slippers ha.s special story behind it, where It was .purchased and why- it is precious to the owner. Mrs, Langston,- who left Blytheville last/February for Long Bench for .a visit with her sister, Mrs, Anne Tanti Me Williams, was so impressed with the California climate that she decided to mnke her home there with Mrs. McWIlfinihs. Mrs.^ Langston, who also formerly resided at Meridian, M!ss, t has several child re il residing In. and ncai Blytheville. They are Mrs. C. I/. Me Waters, Mrs. G. O. Poetz and Charles G. Langston of the Number Nine community. She plans to return to her native southland for a visit in December. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs, W. C, Cates spent the weekend in Cariithersvllle, Mo., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. CarJ Bloker. Mrs. S. S. Patterson and Mis. 0. O. Hard:uvay spent yesterday In Memphis, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Friend left yesterday for Pleasant Hill, La., where they were called by the death of her aunt. Tlicy will be away for a week. E. R. Mason and son, Cary Mason, spent yesterday In Tupelo, Miss.: as guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Thomas B. Smytiic, Jr. 'Hie Smytlies. formerly lived in Blytheville, where he was rector of St. Stephen's Epls- copnl Church. J. W. Bader of Catuthersvllle, Mo., formerly of Hlytheville, Is recuperating at his home following an Illness ol two weeks. Miss Mickey Hussell- left Sunday for Dallas. Texas, where she will spend several weeks as guest ol Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith of Atlanta, Ga., were the week-em guests of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Clark and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Freeman and family. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Webb announce the birthday of a daughter Friday at Blytheville Hospital. has been named Kathy Lynette. MEss Charlottee Danson of Detroit, Mich., nnd her uncle, Mlki Schibert of Royalton. ft]., were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs 1. I,. DeShazo and family. Perry notlirock spent the week end here as guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Rothrock. He Is a student at Ole Miss. Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Mrs. L. L. Ward and the Rev. and Mrs. Lester D Strubhar and sons, Rtchard am Burton, left today for Cincinnati Ohio, where they will attend the Centennial Conference of th< Brotherhood of the Disciples o: Christ convention. Howard Bailey, Joe Damiano, Bob DcLons and Joe Conte, aH student, at Arkansas State College. Jones boro, were Ihe week-end guests o Howard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T J. Bailey. ,-; Mrs. H. I. McLembre ol Helena was the guest Sunday of her par enLs, Mr. and Mrs M. G. Joiner Mrs. Sam Joiner and family a Joiner were also guests of Mr. ant Mrs. Joiner Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Mahon spcn Sunday In Joneshoro as gucsl n Mr. Mahon's parents, Mr. and Mrs C. B. Mahoo. They were accompan led to Jonesboro by Mr. and Mrs Newton Fjsjicr- who were the guest of Mr. and-Mrs. BUI FerRilson am Mrs. and Mrs. Tom Barlow. T Mrs. CJ. H. Wallace atul son Dan spent the week-end In Nashville a guest of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Henry Wilson, Mr. Wilson and daughter Myrn Jane. Myra June accompanied them home tor a vis- It. Mr. and Mrs. F:verclt Ellbanks spent the week-end In Little Rock where they visited their son, James Tucker, who Is a patient at the Crippled Children's Home there. His condition is satisfactory. Miss Jeannlne was the week-end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Scherer. Miss McGee is a student at Arkansas State, Jonesboro. , Mrs. Dan Stout has returned from a two months visit In South Bend. Ind., Canada and parts of Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Barker of St. Louis were the weekend guests of Mrs. A. C. Barker and family Mr. and Mis M. W. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Criuenden and daughter, Claudine aH of Helena were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ocnm'ng and Miss Barbara Oenning. Don Kerbough, J. T. Westljrook and Bobby Colcimn, all students at Arkansas State. Jonesboro, were the weekend guests of their parents. Miss Marian Mayes has been elected to serve as one of the seven Y.W.A. presidents at Blue Mountain College. Blue. Mountain. Miss., for'the 1949-1950 session. Mrs. Margaret Smith and Mrs. BLOUSES-YARD £ACH Show SUrls 1:99 Box Office Open?. 6:45 Bargain Nfjchf trtrj Nljht Kxcept SalUT(iaj So passra honored on Sunday at STtinday. Tuesday, U'ednesdaj- Street Corner wffh Mareift Mae Jones On Sfa«e in Person CURTIS HAYES Radio Hygiene Contmenlafor Shows for Women »t 2:(H) P.M. an 7:«« P.M.—For Men—9:60 P.M. CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By Joan Douglass Brown-Kroll Vows Said Miss Edith Marian Brown, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. B. E. Brown of Durham, N.G., became the bride of Robert Torrey Kroll, son of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Kroll of Martin, Tenn., on Sunday, Oct. | 16, 1049, at the First Presbyter-1 Ian Church of camlhcrsville- The ceremony was performed at 3:00 Itt the afternoon in the presence i of relatives of the brlctgroom and 1 a few friends with the Rev. James Blanton officiating. 'Mrs. Redman Dunham, organist, presented a program oj nuptial m u A i c including "Barcarole," 'Evening Star," "Andante Canta-, bile/' "Evening Prayer" and traditional wedding rmi-sic, The bride wore a navy blue suit 8530 12-42 By Sue Buvnctt This trio of one yard blouse is so simple to sew—you'll need a minimum of fabric for cacti style in the smaller sizes. Trimmed wild gay buttons nnd narrow rulfling, they'll be a welcome addition to your /all suit. Pattern No. 8530 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern for sizes 12, M, 16, 18, 20; JO and 42. Size H, 1 yard of 39-mch /or each style. For this pattern, send M cents in COINS, your name, address, sue desired and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 630 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, 111. Send 25 cents today for the new Fall -and Winter FASHION. G-l pages of smart new styles, special features. Free pattern inside the book. complimented with black accessories. Her corsage was of pink, rosebuds. Her attendant, the bridegroom's mother. Mrs H H. Kroll of Martin, Tenn., scivcd as matron of honor. Hurry Kroll ol Poplar Bluff, Mo., brother oj (lie groom, was best mnn. Mrs. Kroll received her Bachelor of Arts degree nnd her Eiachelor of Music degree fiom Gieenstwro College. Grrmsboio, N C., and she received her Masicro of Arts degree in Religious Eduralion from Scarritt College iti Nashville, Tenn. The bride's father is pasuir of the Duke Memorial Methodist Church ill Durham. N. C. Mr. Kroll received his Bachelor of Arts degree and Ills master's degree from I'eabody College in Nashville. Tenn. His fnther iis head , of the English Utuartment at the University of Tennessee Junior College and is an author. The •ounger Mr. Kroll is at present eachins Enslish classes and speech at the local high .school. Ati infcn-mal reception wns held it the Inline of Mrs. L. E. Thrupp at 210 West Seventh street where Fine Arts Courses Begin Tonight at School A course In pine Arts is being offered in the adult education program at Blytheville High School. The first class will be tonight at 7 p.m. Any person over 16 years of age may enroll. Subjects to be considered arc art appreciation,-sketching, and oil painting. Classes are under the supervision of Arnold Phillips, art critic. The course Is being sponsored by Mra, B. A. SURE. : ! ,, Al The Hospitals Bl.YTHKVII.I.K HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Buddy Easley, city. Henry LnShny, Dell. Mrs. Howard Bcsharsc, city. W. S. Black, Martin. Mrs. W. N. Mulllns and baby, city. Walter Lewis Lester, Cooter.- O. V. Daws. city. Mrs. Kenneth Walters nnd baby, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Frank Hclforn, Holcomb. Mrs. O. B. Bennett nnd baby, city. Mrs. Thomas Hopper and baby, city. Mrs. J. L. Hart, city. Don Stewart, Memphis. E. L. Farmer, Stcele. S. T. Hardin, City. A. H.McCain, Rt. 3. Jerry Wayne Duvis, Stcele. Don Ray, Caruthersvillc. Mrs. H. A. Bates, in. 4. Mabel Smith attended the state hairdressers convention in Little Rock this weekend. Miss Anna Lou Wilson of Memphis is spending the week here as guest of Mrs. Dan stout. Mr. and Mrs. Hester Miller nucl grandson. Tommy Lewis of Hot Springs, were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Miller and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Odell Sanders of Lnke Cormorant, Miss., were the weekend guests of Mr.s. M. o. Usrey, BIB Conllnuou-- Shows Bo* Office Opens 1 :45 Show Slnrls 2:00 K:IN) a.m. 1^:45 p.m 4:30 p.m LISTEN TO Kl.CN Last Time Today House of Strangers with Kdwarrt G! llnbinson and Hiiyward , Paramount .S'ews >b Sliorf,' Conl Shnwtnc Sunday 1:15-11:1X1 Tuesday and Wednesday c58?o euru« — .^;Eur;in:'^=K-"— Selected Shorl Subjects Continuous Shoeing Everyday candy, and Halloween noisenukers- SeJIo Club MecU The SeMo Club met Thursday »t the home of Mrs. Lenore Mulr, with 23 members present. One guest, Miss Nellie McClanahan, the speaker, attended. She spoke on the "activities of the Pemlscot County Crippled Children's Association." During the business se.ssion, the club selected delegates to attend the district meeting, to- be held at Cap Glra'rdcau, Mo., the first week of November. Tliey are: Mrs. Morrell DeReign, Jr., president, Mrs. Charles Roome, and Mrs. Carl Baskin. Alternates are Mrs. 'Denver I-^ike and Mr.?., George Brown. The club also voted to give money for one of the floats In the Halloween parade, acoinnninlty , project. Mrs. Mnlr and her co-hpstess, Mrs. John White, served 'sandwiches, cookies, and Russian tea. The next meeting will be ,with Mrs. Gilbert Hazel. Mr. and Mrs. their home. Kroll arc making lt:iK lllrtliday Party Malemh Hiiiciiey. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hinchey, celebrated her eighth birthday . with 1 party at he]' home Friday afternoon. Thirty attended and thc^af- ernoon was spent playing games. Malenda received nnny gifts. Mr.s. Hichoy served refreshments Past Matrons Club Meets The Past Matrons Club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs, Ada Martin. Mrs. Maud Jumper was co-hostess. Seventeen members attended. The election of officers was held and the following were selected: president, Mrs. Henry Boone; vice- president, Mrs. Mary Green; secretary, Mrs. Russell Brooks; treasurer, Mrs. Ada Martin; historian, Mrs. L«iiticia Simpson. During the social honr games were played and prizes were won- by Mrs. Ada Martin and Mrs. Roseoe M. Pierce. A buffit dinner was served. The guests were presented with favors and Halloween decorations were placed throughout the serving rooms. I.oralj Mr. and Mrs. Ed Huffman and Mrs. Pierce Ncely and small daughter, Jane, are spending the week In Hot Springs. Ark. "Mr. and Mrs. H. Hutton returned from a visit In Memphis Tenn., and Arkadelphia, Ark. Miss Betty po Patterson spent last week visiting friends and relatives Mr. in Marianna, Ark. and Mrs. R. W. Hawkins and daughters, Harriett and Julie, and Miss Jacqueline • Coker spent Friday of last week In Memphis. Tenn. Miss Harriett Hawkins and of birthday cake and ice cream. | Miss Jacqueline Coker remained in The guests were presented tfilli j Memphis visiting with Miss Coker's favors of balloons, baskets of' sister, Helen, a student at South- USE OUR FREE CREDIT PLAN fiflWDS Mtiel lltr.iCiis . . , \Vrnr Ilinmnnils 316 \\EST M\l\ ST. , rge all who wish to contribute a reclne o the cookbook to mail their ctm- rlbutton* Immediately to tfn J '. Droke. This cookbook, which ti being compiled by the High School PTA -. the project for the year of the roup, e.slern. Mr. and Mrs. George Camp and on, Maurice, visited in Sikeston, Mo,, last week. ' Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Miller of lonesboro. Ark., Mr. and Mr*. Ver- and Heath of Paragould, Ark., Miss Belly Jean Tillman, and Mr. ° rc °'S e ccox of Memphis. Tenn., •Islted Sunday in the home ol ilr. and Mrs. L. P. Lumsden. Mrs. Richard ShillingUw «nd ihildren has been visiting in the lome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dent. Mrs. John Lane and daughter, Mary Nell, of Blythevllel and Mrs. Sawyer and daughters, Ann and ?a«ie. spent Friday of lust week •hopping In Memphis. Tenn. Mrs. Ida Fields. Mrs. James Dodd, uid Mrs. Paul Hooker and daugh- ers spent last wce (c In Hornbeak Tenn., visiting relatives. Harold Parkinson, a student at Arkansas State College at Jonesboro, spent the weekend with His larents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H Park- n son. Mr. and Mrs. Reamie Wicks and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith had is their guests this weekend Mr. ind Mrs. Henry Smith ot West Port, Tenn., Mrs. Lucy Selps of Louisville, Key., and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Smith of Parson. Tenn. MLssrs Jean Alford and Marilyn Neely, both students at State Teacher's College at Cape GIrardeau, Mo., spent the week end with their respective parents. Mrs. Earl Younger and daughter Sherry, are visiting her sister Mrs Raymond Rushing O f St. Louis Mo., tills week. . ' Little Sandra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Hotertson was rushed to the hospital at Cape Gorardeau, Mo., early Saturday morning. Recipes Are For PTA Cookbook Mrs. Buford YOUJUJ, president he High , *TA today urged Coming Events Social CaUndar Spaghetti Supper at First Meth. odlst Church served by Senior Scout mother* beginning »t ( p.m Tuetday Mrs. P»ul Job* enter U in j Club Eight. • Mrs. Melvln Halsell hostess to L» Nueve. Mrs. Neal Gesel entertains L» 20th Century Club. • Wednesday Chapter "D" ol PEO complf- menled by Mrs. Monroe Craln and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire at Crain home. Thuriday Miss Dorothy Higginson feted by Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reeder, Mr and Mrs. Billy Boone. Mr. and Mr*° Sanford Boone, Mr. and Mrs. JlmJ my Lee Brooks', Mr. and Mrs. T H. Caraway hosts and hostesses t«* 20 Century Club. if), Mrs. Albert Enderlin entertalnt ' Blytheville Rook Club. . Thursday Night Club meets with Mrs. Holland Akin. Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. Richard Pritcharct. Friday Mrs. George Pollock, Jr.. compliments Friday Contract Club. Mrs. C. S. Dowdy entertains C.B.C. Club. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce p.m. Tutidiy Lions Club, Hotel Noble — 12:15 p.m. American legion—g p.m. Wednesday KiwanU Club. Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Lange PTA Executive Boaid 2:30 p.m. followed by PTA meeting at 3 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club. Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce—2:30 P m. FOOTBALL: Paps vs Jackson, Tenn., Here Friday FOOTBALL: Chicks vs Nashville, Ark,, there Blytheville, Arkansas Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday /.'.. Matinee qnd^ Night Oct. 24-25-26 ROOTED IN IGNORANCE, VIOLATED IN , SECRECY! If happens to rte Strong, the Rich and the Poor/ JAMES M. DOANE THE MOST VITAL PICTURE OF AH TIME! 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