The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 25, 1947
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fAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1947 So&tetu EmOy Wison, Society Editor 9 .Imogene Campbell's Engagement Announced !Supper Dance Honors |Mr. and Mrs. Florman Mr and Mrs. T. T. Campbell aiiuour-ed today the engagement of their daughter, Miss Imogene Campbell to Ben Herbert Abbott, Son of Mr and Mrs. C. M. Ab- The marriage will be solemnized in late Summer. . The bride-elect graduated from 31>;heville High school this year where/she '*ns a member-of .tne Business Fducaticn . nnd Home Economics Cluis fav rtbott attended B'.yllicvllle High School <be!ore entering the Navy, where he-served for three vears He Is now in business will his, father ^ Mining Party Honors Mrs. S. S. Patterson Mrs Spurgeou Patterson was welcomed ''home" yesterday by a groii) of her long-time friends when Mrs £> E Block and Mrs. Samuel F Noms^entertained with n morning party in'honor of tlie former Mis. Ruth Oberst who has come hen from. Jackson,' Miss., to reside. A resident of Blythevillc until n bout 14 years ago, Mrs. Pattersoi and lier 15-year-old daughter, VI viaYi, aVe now at home with Mrs Patterson's mother, Mrs. W. T. i Oberst. The Black residence was decorated with colorful. flowers. Bouquets of Ted gladioli, while phlox and golden marigold ,werc arranged in the-living, room, while in the dining room mixed bouquets featured • soipe of Ihe colors used in the pnr- ty .'foods served. - • Centerpiece of the -refreshment table was a crystal bowl filled with gladioli,, in both vivid and pastel .shades, studded with snapdragons. •The Hostesses were assisted Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd II. Plor- man of Marlamia , were compli nented last night when Mr. Flor- nan's patent, lam Flornmn Mr. and Mrs. incl his sister, Mrs. Slrasberg of Mai-lnnna, nd Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sllver- ;latt ol Oseeola honored them vlth a supper dance at the Mirer Room In Hotel .Noble. M''s. Flcrnmn was before her >narrlugc June 22 Miss Marilyn Horowitz of Chattanooga, Tenn Miss Little Honored At Edgar Bbnim Home Mrs. Spencer Alexander and her mother, Mrs. J3dgar Bonit'n entertained Wednesday at the Borinn home, complimenting Miss Frances Llllle, whose 'marriage lo Dan Hughes Bell of Memphis *II1 be solemnised next Friday. There were 20 guests for luncheon and n bridge game. Red gladioli h yellow, pink nnd blue earns-1 elect's table wns : liens formed the centerpiece ton bowl, flanked with he refreshment table, which was riucoplns, filled with gladioli. the living room rind all white Dowers In the din- Ing room were used for decorations. The centerpiece ot the brlde- Ini'gc crystal matching cor- droped with :\ linen and crochet :ith. Refreshments of punch, ?ookics. .sandwiches unit supper foods were served to the 00 guests from Blythevillc. Osceolrt, and surrounding territory. Dancing followed the supper hour. Mrs. Alfred Vise preside:!, at the punch bowl. Others who assisted in I'litertainhiE were Mrs. Louis l,nnsky Mrs. Walter Has- 1 eiilhal nnd Mrs. Slegberl Jioilel. Bridc-Elecl Honored With Bridge Luncheon snapdragons and daisies, Intermingled with fern. Clusters of green ami white flowers adorned the place cards while Miss Little's place was marked bj a miniature bride. Feminine attendants for her wedding sat at places marked with miniature bridesmaids In pink and green. A two course! lunch was .served with the hostesses assisted by Mrs Snlnuel F. Morris. In th'e bridge games. Mrs. J Farrls McCalln received high scor pil/e, n .pair of bud vases; Mrs. Toby Long won second high, a crystal bell, ana Mrs Albert Taylor, a double deck of cards for cut prize. M'ss Ann Gnnier of Greenwood, Miss., has arrived here for the' •edding of lie! cousin, Miss francs 'lAUle. While here she, will be niest Of Mr. and Mis. 'Russell ijarr. Jfimcs Ij. Verhooff left yeslerdav or Springdnle, Ark., where he wilt oln Mrs. Verhoeff who has been vllh her mother, -ill (or the past ei'onil weeks. They plan to return Tuesday. ;Mr. and Mrs. I/ 'A. Daugherty ond family will leave Sunday on a wo-weck vacation to be spent with relatives in Omaha. Neb.. SI Louis nnd Polosi, Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. II. Brown and daughter, Roberta, of Memphis arc spending ft wc <* here will Mrs. Brown's aunts. Miss Luiiii Vote On Balkan Question Nears Security Council Head Says Case Must Be Settled Next Week At The Hflspitals LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y., July 25. 'UP) The United Nations Scetir- ly Council ciidrd the fourth siic- ce.'slve week of its Tia'kniis debate .ociay witl'.r.-tit n -showdov/n between Ri;-."v.r find the western powers en .he lAwcrk'nn plan for peace-keeping machinery in Southeastern Eiinjp 1 . Dr. Oscar Lnngp of Poland, council president, adjourned the de- Ij^to until M'-iHhiy after a two-hour session plunged ilic United States and HnssKi into lar-reitt'lihig disagreement over the peacekeeping powers ol -''f sc^.iM'itv p.^noil. Lim'M; st'id tle'.e^ates woul<! fiavn lo .settle tl'.e month-old ease ncx'. W( fk without iail. :)nn*»in[; 'to a vile I'-he ;A>T.cric;iti >::'in for an HOSPITAL •Admitted: Frances Overturn, Elecle, Mo. Mrs. l,ebU p l. StribUng, Cooler. Mo Mrs. Amos Randolph and taby •Hayli, Mo. WALLS HOSPITAL Dl!"r'.sfCcl: M'.-s. K. W. slovall and baby, city Mrs. Thcmas Burns and taljv Cooler. Mrs. D. E.-Jones. Rte. 3, city. Mrs. So'ly Null. city. MKTIIOIHST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. E. S. Perrln. Osecota. J, -H. GitUliim, O"cr-la KAITIST IIOSriTAL, Memphis nismlKsci'-. Noble Gill Jr. city. Mrs. J. E. McMas'icrs, Maiilla. Osceola To Have Laundry New Liberty New* Mr. r".d Mrs. .1. R Gibson have returned to their hrmr i:i Mejn- phi> alter visitina Mrs. Gibson's Waddell To Install Modern Machinery, Enlarge Present Plant OSCEOLA, July 25.—G. L. Waddell, Jr., of Oseeola, announced today that plans for erection of a laundry here which drew sharp protests from residential property owners two weeks ago. have been changed and call for combining the laundry with his dry cleaning establishment, on Highway 01 i" South Osceola. Waddell; stated that a representative of the American Laundry Machinery Company is in Osceola i..-day to aid him in re-arrangms his present bcallon to house 10-12.75; few shelly canners •),&». Good bee! bulls 17-17.00; jm'dluni lo good sausage bulls 14.50-15.50; vealers 50c higher; good ami choice 19-24; lop 24; common nnd medium l'^.5U-13. Sheep 1.300; salable 1,00!); only about 500 in KU'ly virtually all native spring lambs. Market steady, quality considered. Good and choice sorted springers 24-2450: few medium to good 20-23.50; cull to medium throwouts 13-15; otkl slaughter ewes 7 down. ;;orcnts. M:'. and Mrs. Monroe Wilson. Mr. Piv ac- i Calla was the setting yesterday for I n 5 llver bowl, a bridge luncheon when Mrs. Mc- Calln nnd Mrs Thnd Nicol euter- talncd in com|iliinent to Miss Prances Little, whose mni'rlage to Dan Hughes Bell of Memphis, will be solemnized Aug. 1. Dnislos and other Summer flowers carried out tlie color scheme of yellow and white. Luncheon was served at small •tables centered with bud vases. Eucli guest was presented a miniature corsage of daisies and the II-nation, loiig-raiVse UN commi.'i- f. : "n !o .-olicr> the ilialkans, Tlie 'American-Russian disagree- nir'iit over iiUertirefation of the UN ,?hrtleji Ihreajeued to affect iiiunv fulrre act Jons of the council. Soviet Deputy Forei-'tl Minister A:!<lrei Gromvko (old ihe Scciinty CouiK-il tlje TJnitrd Kt:il< v s had" ]'e- U'rjirc.lutLoii of one of she wih v:s;o a. wrov with her Mst"r. Mr-,-. Ann C. Miinow. Mr. i'ii!l Mrs. P.ryanl F. Stewart Sr.. mid Inir'ly hurl •>]••• then- tenets i yrsterdnv and today Mr. Stewart'.i j r,'.n;i.';. Misses Adc'-e, Calie and Em- Mrs, J. M. Neal A-cock nnd McCoi'in'sk vrvj Miss ,A"c:ck..and grand- bo'J Ihc dry cleaning plant nnd the Wilhelm nnd Mrs Jake .Huffman. Billy Crowder has arrived hen to nipke his home with his mother, Mrs. E'mn Crowder, after hav IIIK received his discharge ut Camr Kilmer, 'Boston. -Mess. Mr. Crowrtc server in the -Army for two a half years. E. n. Belotc left today for Fay- cttcville, N. C., where he will join Mrs. Belote and children who have been visiting relatives there for \ versed it the pnst two weeks. They plan to i return here August 4. j Mrs. W. P. Haver nnd daughter. Pnlricla May of Flint. Mich., are visiting her mother. Mrs. Joe Tail- ner and sister, Mrs. Gene Ellis. vi:. u "' d1a ..' ila nd^ 1 odaV'yr lll s't"^vaV''V OSCEOLA. July 25. - Mr. ?ml Maureen Norri.s will 'return to- i,,;,,,,,. MKses />d< 1! e'C'llie 'ind Em- Ml ' s - Taloy Fletcher arc tiie iiav- nlght from Birmingham. Aln., 1 ' n l a ' ri cen| ^ „<• 'j 3 '~k- 0 n Tenn l nf i ents of n'daughter born this movii- wherc she has been visiting friends ! ,„; l , r , 1HU ,; m ,- t Lilly" fiilcy ofcoii- laundry. He will erect a 50 by 25 fool building at the rear of his plant to house cleaning equipment, nnd place laundry machinery in the present building, he said. daughter. Lind-i Avcr-k, .hive re-1 -His original plans called for cs- tinncd -l'-v» nfler vacationing 1 '". tablishim: of a laimdry in the old T":;rres"t Ci'y nnd points in CMa.ho-j coca-Cola building in East Oseeola KT" nil'' r ''e'-as. hut residential property owners ol M-- ""i Mrs. Hir-"i M D'-iald tn , u sec tion of the city protested to inil 'fr •''v in-r!, £imd?v iin M?ii- thf , cit , y council on grounds that n'".k •.•,••"< l.'ic"- daiiL'hti-, Miss nolscs ,",,,(1 odors from n laundry Xf -i< /v *)an»l(l. !'would constitute a nuisance in the 'T!i;:y v/il Unns h-". i"Unnr>d home• ^j^mai section. week's vis',', with rela- 1 ftl lllL , ti|nE ot lhp pt-otcsts, \V-.ul- dell stated that he would seek nn- oiher sixe for the proposed laundry nnd asked the council defer action on protests until a new location could be round. Al a special session of the council two weeks ago, his request was granted. July Clearance 0 Discount On All Lamps THE GIFT SHOP 1<» Kast Main Street ive.i in Trenton, Tenn. Daughter Is P scf vlii'g - by Mrs. Black's daughter, guest of honor's place was marked Miss Betty Black, and Vivian Pat- ; oth a corsage ol while asters. In bridge terson. 'The -20 guesls included Mrs. Clyde Riohards of St. Louis, houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. chnrles Rose nl Rose! and. s 1;3! Shower Compliments Mr. and Mrs. Baughman I Mr. and Mrs. William L. Baugh|nan, recehlly married were h^nor- 'ed Wednesday night with a mis- 't-ellanequs 'Slower : at 'tlie home of ifr. and' Mrs.. Smith -BracVcin. • . Games were played, throughout the evening>"with n prize going lo Mr. - and -Mrs. R a ng hm an. " > Bouquets of sweelpeas. glndiuli s following ) e luncheon, prizes went to Mrs. Blah Heath for high and Mrs. Joe Pride. Jr., for second high and traveling prize. The hostess pre- sentcd Miss Little with .silver In her pattern. Mrs. Speck Honors Hou'seguesl With Party Feathe-rston Home Is Setting for Luncheon •A ibridgc luncheon Wednesday at the home of Mrs. John Feathcr- ston ccaiplimented inembers o'f Bi- nonthly l Bii<lge Club when Mrs. FeatherEton and -Mrs. B. P. Martin entertained. immer : flowers with gladioli and snapdragons predominating, were attractively arranged In enteriam- inif rooms. Lu'ncheon, served at small tables, was fo::owed bv bridge. Prizes were awarded to M-'s. A. E. Htiiilley for hii>)i, Mrs; W. F. Laili;don, low and Mrs. J. W, 'Adnms Sr. traveling. 'Guests inc'aidcd Mrs. Hnntley. Mrs Ijangdon. (Mrs. E. D. Fergu- '•on. Mrs. V. G .'Holland, and Mrs. A. IB, 'Hall. for almost t waweeks. Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. will meet her in Memphis where they will attend the MOAT production "Hit The Deck. 1 ' Miss Jean Keil of Cleveland, 1 Ohio, Is the house^uest or Miss Betty Wood.-iofi. They are former sultemates at Virginia Intermon:, Bristol. Va. Miss Virginia Swearcngen will arrive tonight from University of Arkansas. Payetteville. where sue has been attending the Summer session for the past six weeks. Shrt will be motore<l here by Mr. find Mrs. Herbert Swcarengan, Jr. wm> will return to Fayelleville SundLiy Mr. and Mrs. George Matthews returned yesterday from San Diego, Cal.. where they spent 'three weeks nr,"sviro, -fnd. Mrs. Mi".in Cavcn of Little Hor-k '.rill :'rr,ive 'ani?ht lo visit her sis- 1 I'M-. Mrs. Louis Che.rr.v and Mr. !C l '"i'iy Tor a tow tiavs. Mr. and Mrs. C. 'A .Hinrtman and in Osccoln. Their first chile, she has been named Cherry Lynn. the sc::'.IO3^i. H^ quoted fr^-n the. rei'ord of D.-irbor'-on 'Oiks and, the Fi"incisro Chs-'er Con-j fprcnse to sup-"' t '.he ehnrre. Gromyko dcni-d the United h- 1.1.y and 'Mr .and Mrs. Howard] Slalt --' claim t'»'. the American Holes hove returned frr.-u Memphis, . !n . a (Batk'ns tirder watch! r AT T.l-rt_ I ' ' Osceola, at present has no laundry and depends on laundries in Blythevillc and Memphis to handle theiv work. where thev sav.' the MOAT )"rx>- dui'iion "Robin Hood" nnd visited Mi', and Mis. J. n. Schli'.naciher an<l infant son. David Lee. They w*te ac:~.mpnnied home by Steve E-Vumac!ier. •M-i. E. A. Goodrich and dangh-]' t() If-. Miss VEra Goodrich. Mrs. \lOfX t bo Elcv?ii'i and Mrr.. Kendall "Bcrrv Memphis toilny to be with an could .be Livestock OSCEOLA. .Inly 15. — Mrs O. W. Speck and diii^liler Miss Jean Speck eiuertaired 50 guests yester: day from 4 to i! pin. with riji "".!<• forinnl party honoring Mrs.' Speck's sislcrs. Miss Mar;- Peyton Fletcher, and Miss Anna Sue Fletcher ;,f ' | i?an - o( Manila, and MUs Jenieve Fletcher of Poo* honlns, Ark. A profusion of mixed Sunimer flowers decorn'c<i the -cnlcrtaln- Ing looms. i • • • Hoiijeguest Honored By Miss Trieshmann lawn of the J. G. Triesch- m th'e."*A>tettK&ilng rooms. > The host antf hostess served refreshments of snndwiches, cnke nnd [ted drinks. Y Sponsors -Archery grid Ping-Pong Contest : AnnounQemehts concerning sen',or fcoys and,"giris. ping-jjong imu-na- Thl! _. .... _. _. fuents nnd Initiation of-archerv ::c- n-.ann home en Walmil Street was Jivities nl Biytfieviile Y playground Ihc scene last night ot a water' at Walker Park \yere made >JvJi>.y iclon party honoring Miss by Y official Miss Barbara Culll- son. :• Miss Cullison said that plng-psng 'tournaments for players ngon H arid Up will be conducted Tuesday. July 29, at the Y room. Plav- Wfs will begin fit 7 pirn..' Miss C'l'.li- ion warned lKf.t those desiring !o participate should sign up early order that as mony as possible j?lub Entertained- By Mrs. Helen Willis fThe 'Yarbro : Hc.:nt iUemonstrn- llon Clu'-i was enterlninecl Tucs- dav in the hoinc of Mrs. Helen Willis'. One Visitor; Mrs. Billy "Chap- inaji, |ati<I'|ia' imcmtfers'wefre fite- s'eiit. ' Mrs. ( Lee stiles gave the dcvo- (iohal an ( ! a 'poem was read Bj'j Wrs. I,. T. IBurnhain. Mrs. Elzic| Whec'.er. vice president, was in charge of 'the meeting. Mrs. Stiles and Mrs. Zoe Thonfp- - c on won.'pmes iii 'the gpiTies thai were played. The hostess served snndwiches and iced drinks. pluy. Dafe^ for this contest has ieen changed for the converii»i:c= of players who work in the daytime Miss C nil i son said [ Archery lessions are scheduled to begin July 29 from 10 until \ ft-m. at Y house in Walker Park . 7nstruclioh ;will continue until Au gust 14, when a tournament is olati- ned. Lessons will \>e held on Tues flay and Thursdays, and Miss Culii son emphasized that archery pu pils must be at least 10 years ol'!. lelon party honoring in Trieschmann's housegnest, i-;}inia Dillahunty tif Earle, Guests were .members of een-age set. L:uer in Ihe evening games other amusements enleriaincd gucsls. lolly Eight Meets With Mrs. Pritchard Jo- guests of llieir diulghter, Mrs. Joe Wntson and family, find their ton, Qcdrge Matthews and Mrs. Matthews. Mrs. W. P. -ticar has returned from Sheii:nan, Texas, where she', -, v spent four weeks as sniesl of 'her' mother. Donald Einenc Bear of Indianapolis. 'Ind.. has arrived here for an extended visit with hi.s parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. -Bear. M-vs. 'C. iA. Cunningham left lo- Mrs. Ooodrh'h'.s daughter, Mrs. Ch:irl'.-.s Kay Ni'wcomb, who Is u iTilionl ?.t 'Banlist HospiUil there. Mrs. w. D. Chiunblin will return -Sunday from 'Hardy where she has been spcndiiiK tlio month. Her Harrcll. of Flint, Mich.. C'-i '.the gcvern-.! ncnls of s^uThenstern Europe whe- ll-fr they w-r,t -it cr not. .-.en of t>c- Uri'-ted S'a'es warned- that failure of Ihe 'Balkan stoles c-operate with the projecled) boi'd-'- co-n-yiiisvian wculd "lay these I -•-I'-'ns :3i>?n l*o serious charges." I John-oil said power of the conn-1 eil ,lo invp'-'igate -iience-lrentening .. disputes peacefully if day for Johiison City. Tenn., where me;-?, who h:-': ueen visilm;; hei' for a will return honin with her. Mr Cl-.iiinblin motored over for tho.m. Miss Domia VViinderlich will return Sunday from St. Louis where j nnd report these fuels sl'.o ha:; been visiting friends for .bcdy," Jrhnson snid. "It tlie past week. She .motored tliere. ] Jinve aH-olutely '.This r'/'v Ihe ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, July 25. (UP)— IUSDA) — Livestock: Hogs 8,200; salable 7,003; good and choice 170 lo 230 Ibs 27:ifl-2B.- 00; lop 28.00; -strong to SS higher than yesterday. Bidding -stronger S'27 down on weights over 240 Ibs lights and pigs. 25c to 50c hlghor: 130 lo 150 Ibs; :25.50-27.25; 100 to 120 Ibs 23.25-25.00; sows, "50 to Lie' higher; best light sows. 21.50-22.00; bii'lk ' «0-lbs down. 10.00-215Q; heavy sows, 17.00-19.00: stuijs 14.- Cattle 4,200; salable 1,700: about ',(; of receipts cov/s. Market aboxu .power to 'make its own j steady on limited receipts. Two Die investigations. . short loads good, around B12-!b cc-.r.'.niriion would have yearling -'steers 26.75; three loads I'ight to oscertnin facts, western from yesterday unsold. Odd Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1 -.45 Show Starts 2:<!0 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 1:30 p m. Honed."The UN's main body. Johnson: si-id, never ccu'.tl make any ree- o.viiendaUon.v.'fot- settling [nterna- Last Time Today It's o Wonderful Life" illi .Fdittcs Slcwiirf A- Dnnna !((-t-«l Srlecteil SKorts otiliiHioiis Whoii'tn^ Ki'cry l*ay 11 to this! lots with Mr. Osceola. Mrs. Tlwi "BtUlcr would 113 power to lake ' sanctions "against ncn-comply- in. , ,-slfttes." ledinm steers 20-23-50: odd medium to low good heifers mixed yenrlings 19-55; nom- ! mon and medium beef cows 13.2515"50; canners and cutters mostly lots and Saturday Little Mr. Jim with "HiiU-h" Jenkins i\m\ VrAlices GilTovil Serial ",T:ick Ariiistroiis" No. ConlM Shtins Sr.l. 12:31) to 11:3 Sunday and Monday 'Avk.r Ihe I anil tlie 'Club Entertained Mrs. Geo. Pyle Mrs. Richard Pricliard \vns hostess to members ol the Jolly Eight Club nt her home yesterday niter- noon. Mrs. Wilford Mayes won liigl nnd Mrs. Nevlll 'Blakemorp. second. | Mrs. Mnrie Wnlson received rooko. E;nr.mer flowers decorated the entei lainhis rooms or the home. A dessert i>latc nnd Seed drinks were served for refreshments. Mrs. George Pylcs wns :hOstess yesterdoy afternoon lo members of the FJitnlehtly Bridge Chib at hei •.olne on Hearn Street. A prorusion of gladioli and iin ed Si>n'ITier flowers were used lor decoration in the ehlerlalnlnp rooms. • ' The hostess served a sahdwicl plate and i:ecl drinks. For the Girls Who Like Low Heels Presenting "Chou-Chou" the Hotest Styles In Flats Red Elk Square Toe $6 Black Suede Sandal $6 Both Styles as Illustrated From Adams' RECORD BAR Perry Como—What Am f Gonna D About You Tommy Dorsey—I'.Jl Never Smil Again Duke 'Ellington—Delta Serenade Sammy Kaye—T Used to Work Chicago Tony Martin—Ain'tcha Ever Com in" Back Tony Martin-Oh! My Acliin' Hea Freddie Martin—The Funny Thil Called Love Freddie MnUln—Come to the Miv di Gins i Freddie Mm tin—When Am I Go na Kiss You Good Morning Robert Merrill—WhifTenpoof Sol Uavld Rose—I've Got You Um My Skin Dnvld Rose—In the Slill ol the Night Dnvld Rose- Easy lo Ix>ve David Rose—Love for Sale Betty Rhodes—Mnybe You'll He There T H E S T O R E O F B E T T E R B U Y S Pjramount News and Slmrts Cuntiininns Shimhif; Sunday 1:15-11:00 Box Office Opens :it 7:03 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sam'.ny !:30; Starts 1:1 S Continuous Shows Sat. and Son. Bargain NiRlit F.visry Nlglit Except Saturday No passes honored on Snnday »* the Koxy. Last Time Today Adventure willi Clarii Cl-.ilili- S Gtccr C. Selrrtcd Shnrl Sulijrrls Saturday Widths 3A-2A-B New Shots Doily RECORDS ADAMS AfM.IANCE Co. j. W. Adams. Mn. M71 (M-M W. Designed uilh Ihc skill of a fomposrv, in- tcndcd lo charm, to boanlify every room in your . . . selections from Karly America or Mwlcvn styles. Complete suites for Hvinji voon», diniui; room, bedroom, or kitchen- They're all here wiiitiiiR Tor your careful selection and inspect ion. Huy your rurnitnre at onr store and enjoy the best! Serial "Cliick Carter" No and Shnrl Oont'd Slinws Sat. 12:3(1 to ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE 'The Store of Better Buys" 113 East Main Phone 2302 Sunday ami Monday * MUCKER..,! ..." WIUIkK CW»" .SppWEU-WILLIAMS ^HOODLUM SAINT ' Fox News ami Selected Short Continuous Showing Sunday , 1:15-11:00

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