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PAGE TWO 1LYTHEVILLE (ABK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER -31, 1940 [ Social Cilendtr THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Elton Foster entertaining Y. M. B, dub. . Cee-Que Bridge dub meeting with Miss Frances Holland. , Mrs. J. J. Cookston having Thursday Bridge club. Delta Delta Delta club having tea for Miss Sara'Jo Little, 4:30 to 6:00 o'clock at the hom« of Mrs. Herman Cartton. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. T; R. shepherd entertaining Dorcas • Sunday school class, First Baptist church, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Bob Copeland entertaining C. B. C. Bridge club. Mrs. Charles G. Morehead and Miss Nancy Kirshner entertaining at Kirshner home for Miss Sara Jo Little. Executive board, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Everett Renegear. ' Mrs. A. M. R. Branson and Mrs. W, T. Oberst entertaining Woman's Bible class, First Methodist Church, 7:30 o'clock at Oberst home. Miss Moore To Wed Lt, John Ben Bomar Of interest here is the announcement made today by Dr. and Mrs. Lenn Howard Moore of the engagement of their daughter, Mildred Louise, to Lt. John Ben Bomar of \Tuscaloosa.' Ala., son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Bomar also of Tuscaloosa. The -wedding will be solemnized in the near future. Miss Moore, was graduated from the ciiy high school and Southeast Missouri State Teachers college at Cape Girardeau after having spent a year at the University of Mississippi, Oxford. She is a Chi Omega. For the past three years, she has . been instructor in Lange school. Lt. Bomar was graduated from the Tuscaloosa high school and the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, where he was affiliated •with .Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. He served a year in the Coast Artillery of the regular army at Fort Monroe. Va., before coming here to be with the Blytheville Compress, a position he filled for two years. He is now a non-flying officer "^on active duty with the Air Corps at the Alabama Institute of Aero- .nautics in connection- with Parks Air School at Tuscaloosa. On Tuesday, he will report for duty'in a similar position- at- Orlando, Fla. "*"~ • *. '* • Bachelors' Club Has New Year's Eve Dance More than 200 people watched the New Year come in Tuesday • night at the Bachelors' club dance at the city auditorium. ."- Owen Zuck and his band out of St. Louis played for the affair. 1 Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. James V. Oates, Mr. and Mrs George D. Pollock and Mr., and Mrs. Bernard Allen. Bed, "white and blue streamer.- added.a festive note to the deco-. rations of tihe auditorium. At midnight, whistles were given as favors and confetti and serpentine thrown. 1 Among the out of town people " were: James Byras of Durant Miss.. Miss Helen Moore of Keiser, Kiss Rosa Lee Crigger of Jonesboro. Frank Bell, Miss Clementine Bowen. Van Elliott, Howard Bowen Paid Blackwood. Frank Edrington. Miss Pearl Cartwright, all of Osceola; Mi&s Mary Virginia .Cromer, of Carson, Miss Kate Bryant and Mrs. Julia B. Owen, of Lux-' ora. * s *< + -Have' "Watch," Party . Mary Frances Fields and lla Fields entertained 18 or their friends for a, "watch" .party at, their country home Tuesday night, "Cootie" was the principal entertainment of the party. Jor Mc- .CJure received high prize in the game. A plate lunch waj; served. * * • Begin New Study A new bible study book ol tne "Book of Psalms" was begun Monday afternoon at a meeting of the Woman's Society of Christ*an Service. Lake street Melh- ..^otiist/church; at the church. Mrs. George Disinger. who was in charge of the study, was assisted in the presentation by Mrs. B. K. Sewall, Mrs. C. .T. Shaniiin and Mrs. George Shanks. . The fourteen present included : ft new member, Mrs. C. O. -Sanders.- and one visitor. Amy Ruth Morris. The meeting was dismissed with the Lord's Prayer. » »- « ' . . Has Party lor Club . ' -Mrs. JB. P. Blomeyer entertained members ol the Tuesday Contract club and two guests, Mrs.- J, w. Adams Sr. and Mrs. M. C. Cooke Jr., for a . patty at her home Tuesday afternoon. The holiday scheme was used in the decorations for- the games. Mrs. James V. Oates was high and Mrs. TV. "W. Shaver, second high among the club members. Guest high went to Mrs. Adams. A dessert plate was served at 1 the conclusion of the games. - Every particle' of our earth, from chalk,to diamonds, once was only gas. according ,'to scientists. .According to scientists, cats .claw : at trees to xki ibeir. r cla.ws of jc -/- ged, loose pieces of' tdenail.\ , Bits of News Mostly Peoonal* •Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams had as their • guests over the Christmas holidays Mrs. Williams' brother, H. D. Casuey of New Orleans, and her niece, .Miss Carole Lauderdale of Shelby, Miss. Mr. Williams returned with Mr. Causey to New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl game. W. A. Marks of Rockmart, Ga., who was seriously injured in an automobile accident Thanksgiving, has been dismissed from Blytheville. hospital and has .returned home. Mrs. Herman Graves returned Monday from Aberdeen, Miss., where she spent the Christmas holidays with her mother. Mrs. J. W. Baker. She was accompanied home by her niece, Mary Martha Baker, of Okolona, Miss..' who visited her here until today. Hugh Nelson Thompson is spending several dnys with friends in Dexter, Mo. Mrs. Doyle Henderson is ill of influenza at her home. 1001 West Ash street. Mrs. Polly Ann O'Neal and her daughter, of Monroe, La., are here with Mrs. O'Neal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck. They came Christmas day. Mrs. J. M. Williams is ill of influenza at her home, 1100 West Ash street. Oscar Hardaway jr. is ill of an . ear ailment in the Memphis Meth| odist hospital. His mother, Mrs. O. O. Hardaway, motored him down. Mrs. Jesse Taylor is ill of influenza at her home, 1113 West Ash street. Mr. and Mrs. Marel C. Franklin of Willarci, O., came Tuesday for a visit with Mr. Franklin's sister, Mrs. A. G. Hall, and family. They plan to be here until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Higginson spent Tuesday in Memphis. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas is ill of influenza \ at her home, 518 West Main street. Miss Martha Lee Hall is expected to return today from Memphis where she has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. VV. Beale r and family. She teaches in the Cape Girardeau school but is spending the holidays, here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs..A. G.<Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Beale will come .here with her to spend.-..a tewudays. L ' . Mrs? J. C. Ellis is improving after having been ill at her-home for a few days. Mr. -and ' Mrs. O. M. Morgan left Sunday morning for New Orleans to attend the Sugar Bowl game there today. They plan to visit points of Texas and Louisiana while away. They will return the latter part of the week. week after a visit here with the former's daughter, Mrs. Holly, and Mr. Hollv. Jerry Lois McCann and daughter. Miss Reva and Miss Lonnell Jordan spent Friday at Matthews with friends, ,Miss Minnie Elizabeth Taylor has returned to Gideon where she is home economics teacher after spending the, holidays here with j her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. W. E. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cassidy and son, Bobbie, returned to their home in Crowder over the weekend after spending the holidays here with relatives. Joe Russell, who has been seriously ill with influenza, is now able to sit up. His sister, Mrs. Linnie Duke, and her daughter. Mrs. Tom Lewis, who have also their home in the west end ' of been very sick with the flu, are |. and family improving. ! .. *' Guests included Mrs. S. L. Day and daughters, Doris and Gen e of Alice, Tex. the Rev. and Mrs. Floyd Chaffin of Coleman, Tex.; the Rev. and Mrs. Eric Wiley and daughter! Martha Glenn, of Grenada, Miss.; the Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Welch ol Memphis; Mrs. Sam Williams and daughter, Martha Ellen, of Blythc- viile. * » » Mrs. George Adams went to Little Rock Friday .for a visit with her mother-in-law, Mrs. John A. Adams, and to attend her daughter, little Jane Rose, who went over last week to visit her grandmother and was taken ill with flu. Betty Tate of Jasper, Ga. f arrived Sunday night for a week's visit with her uncle. Herbert, Shippen improving. Mrs. L. W. Weaver has returned home after spending the holidays with her mother. Mrs. Alice Stone, and daughter at Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. Pred Hunhaiisen has returned home after spending several days in West Memphis, Ark, with her son, Bill Hundhausen and wife. Earlin Burrouglis and Miss Jane Dingey have returned to their home In New Orleans, La., after a , visit here with relatives ' and friends. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hester have returned after a week's visit : with relatives in points of Alabama. Ralph Patterson has returned to Memphis where he is employed after a visit here with his parents. Mrs. Raymond Johnson and daughter, Gloria Ray, of St. -Louis, returned to their home Monday morning after spending ' the holidays here with Mr. and Mrs; A. L. Boyce. Mrs. W. B. Johnson of Livingston, Tenn., is here for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rhoads. Mr. Johnson came over for Christmas but returned Christmas night. Mrs. Johnson remained to nurse her mother, who is quite ill with flu. Mr. and Mr.s. Ellie Jones and children/Robert and John, of Memphis, accompanied by Mrs. Oma Wellbourn of Arlington, Tenn., spent Sunday with Mr. Jones' twin sister, Mrs. Ed Plttman of Carson Lake. Misses Louise Beekham, June ! *. ^ ™ „ . I Brown and Reva McCann will re- i„ • C ' E : Paty and daughters, turn to Cape Girardeau tomorrow C , 0rimie . «** Cfcnnine. of Mem- turn to Cape Girardeau tomorrow ] after a ten clays vacation spent here with their parents. Sonny -and 'Reen Ashcraft are confined to their home with an attack of influenza. Lenord Pound. 0 , and Clyde Pounds of Fort Thomas, Ky., spent the /latter / part, of the week near Cooter as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pounds. Murlin and Jonnic Barnes of Keiser. Ark., and Leyon Cassidy of Osceola, Ark., spent last week here with Mr. and Mrs. James L. Cassidy. Mr. and Mrs.' James White of Tyler spent last weekend here with Edwards Gestring. Mrs. Laras McFall of Parma j has returned home ' after a visit with her parents,.' Mr. and Mrs. .C. D. Travis. The Rev. L. F. Voelker has returned from St. Louis where lie sptnt the holidays with relatives. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Osceola Society —Personal Attend Sugar Bowl Game. .Quite the largest delegation to attend any sports event from Osceola left Sunday and Monday for New Orleans to attend phis spent Christmas week as guests, of her sisters, Mrs. Marie Moore and Miss Fan Nichol of Osceola. and Mrs. R. C. Rose of Roseland. .,...'. Jim Bunn had as his guests for the Christmas Dance Miss Rosemary Owen and Bobbie Harris of Tunica. Miss. Miss Owen is a student at Mississippi -{State College for Women, Columbus, Miss.." while Mr. Harris is 1 in Mississippi State College. Starkville, Miss. Mr. Bunn returned home with them for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith visited in Memphis during .the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Brodie Creed spent the holidays with ' relatives of his in Hickman. Ky. Joe Harris spent the holidays with his family in Memphis. Janet King spent the Christmas vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tufts, in ' West Memphis. Miss HazeV Bullarcl, who was reared .in the Joiner community but who is now a navy nurse stationed in Washington, D. C., spent Christmas here with her niece. Miss Bess Buliard, and other relatives in Joiner and Bassett. ! Mrs. Mary Berkson of Atchison, Kan., has been visiting' her brothers. Joe and Phillip Applebaum, the past week. Joe Applebaum and Mrs. Berkson drove to Yazoq City Sunday to visit their mother.' Mrs. Annie Applebaum, for this week. Mr - ancj Mrs - Tongate Burns-McFaddcn Wedding Of interest- at Steele is^the marriage of Miss Martha McFadden of Kenneti, -to Ruble Bums of Steele which occurred in Kennett on Dec. 22, at the Methodist Church, the simple but impressive ceremony being .solemnized by the pastor " Rev Earle G. Hamilton. Miss Marceline Price was bridesmaid and Fred Alexander, formerly of Steele but now of Maiden" was test man. Ushers were Garland Parker, Coy James and Leonard H. McFadden. Mrs. J. C. Welman anci Mrs. Coy James furnished the wedding music. The bride wore a light wool cos- U:mc suit of powder blue, of tailored design with long .sleeves. Her accessories were of soldier blue and she had an orchid corsage. After a honeymoon which was spent, in .southern points the bride returned to Kennet to resume her work as teacher and the bridegroom went to Alcoa. * • » Joe Martin H.ithawar Of interest around here and "at Blytheville is the announcement of the arrival of * 5 on to Mr. and 1 Mrs. Joe Hathaway of Loyaltoh, Calif., which arrived on Dec 12 and who has been named Joe Martin, Mrs. Hathaway wac- before her marriage Miss Eula Mae Jeffries of Cooter and for several year^ a nurse at Blytheville. ' " •* * « Mrs. John Bishop O f Gibson community is visiting her sister j in Houston. Tex. I Henry Gestring of this city who {has spent the past few days in a hospital in Memphis: Is expected to be returned to his home in Cooter today a.s his condition is very much improved. Mrs. Gestring has been slaying in Memphis with her son, Chester, and wife to be near her husband. _ Mrs. Eiisha Hopkins, who has- been-al a cancer'hospital in Columbia, Mo., for several weeks, was returned to her home near Steele but will have to return to the hospital later for further treat-' inent. Mrs. J. A. Bass and Miss Doris Cwwder—returiied- to . their.-home in Little Rock thi latter part-of 'the ----- - ........ , w H.M.CHU me ougar- Bowl football game between the had as tneir guests' 1 the past week University of Tennessee nnd Bos- i 1 ^ 1 "' alld Mr>s - w - F - Coiton of Mem- ton College. jP his ' 0" the occasion of the lat-j Heading the list of Jans were te £ s ^ w e! ftn wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lowrance Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Branch who .left Sunday in order to attend the reception hi ,thc Gold Room of the Roosevelt Hotel on Tuesday afternoon from 4 'til 6 o'clock given I by the "New Orleans Friends of U. Basseti News John Kelly Jr.. is .slowly recover. ~ ~. ing from a knife wound which he I ' • Mr. Butler. Mr. Branch and Mr. accidental)*- inflicted hi his left Lowrance arr members of t-he Vol'sidn Saturday morning at Wilson CJub. A second car also leaving I packing plant. His mother. Mrs A bunday had Ben BuUer Jr.. Gene 1C. Arnold, of Memphis, is'spending D. H. Blackwood Jr.. us a Memphis visitor today. Butler, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Butler. Archibald Catchings. Bruqe Ivy Jr.. and Billle Joe Edrington. Another "family party"' was that of Mr. nnd Mrs. P. E. Tompkins. and their three daughters. Marian. _.. 0 -««^ c . rtlju „ Martha and Joan: they were to|Mr. and Mrs. Tunstall. life .„„pick up H fourth daughter, at residents of this section arc leav- several days with him and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Mc- Fatridgc. O. L. Titnstall. of Lepant-o. spent, Thursday with his sister. Mrs. George McFatridge. and Alexandria. La.. Mrs. Irvin Butler, who was spending the airistmas holidays with Mr. B\itler who is purchasing agent for Camp Beaure- gards new enlargement and construction program. Mrs. Tompkins' mg Sunday morning lor VaJiejo. Calif., to make their home. Mary Men Elrod is hcmr from McLemorc clinic, in Memphis where sho underwent treatment, She is steadily improving. Hotels Sprouting Like Mushrooms, Citizens Eager To Reap Dollars By THOMAS W. I1AGAX NBA Service Special Correspondent MIAMI, Dec. 28.—That annual Miami '"boom" Is no bust this year. It's an honesuto-goodness noise approaching the ear-splitting. Di the first 11 months of 1940. $15,000,000 in Miami Beach building permits started 43 new hotels with 2983 rooms . . . built 176 apartment buildings with ]745 units ... provided for 300 new homes. Across the bay in Miami 2231 new homes are going up. All this and more, too, for the great tourist influx . . . three dog- ovals .... two race 'tracks ... 30 night clubs , . . eight legitimate stage shows . . . Orange bowl celebrations. People around here are too busy to do much analyzing of thus boom, but most of them think it's due primarily to two big factors: 1. People can't go to Europe. 2. Defense .spending is causing prosperity elsewhere. HOUSING FOR 169,000 VISITORS Every year, of course, Miami boosters predict the inevitable boom, but the best evidence that they feel sure about it this year, is that $15,000,000 spent in * the first 11 months of 1940 for new hotels, apartment houses and homes. Comparatively small as is the Miami area, building construction gave it 16th place in the United States in this regard. As a result of all this State Hotel Commissioner W. M. Taylor estimates about 169,000 people- can now be housed in the 505 hotels with 32,195 rooms and in the 2263 apartments with 20,375 units. The Miami Chamber of Commerce thinks this estimate is far too modest, asserts Miami can easily accommodate 200,000 visitors. That the Miami boom Ls not wishful thinking, is further proved by the advance bookings in the rush up north to get Pullman car accommodations on Miami-bound Drains. LOTS OK ROOMS- LOWER RATES Despite the expected heavy tourist influx, the large number of new' hotels and apartment houses buiit since last winter will probably hold rates down. Vacation seekers who conic to Miami Beach between Jan. 15 and March l will have to pay on an average about $7 per day for a double room on the European plan. In Miami proper the rates arc usually lower because hotels anc apartments on the west side of Biscayne Bay do not attempt tc compete with the establishments facing the ocean in Miami Beach Boosters expect a lot of front page names during the .season. President Roosevelt, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and Wendell Willkie have already been here. I SPORTS OF ALL SORTS 1 Tropical Park race track opened Dec. 20 and will continue races until Jan. H. when the meeting moves to Hialeah park for So'iTays! Then the meeting returns io Tropical Park March 3 for another 36 days. All this means, of course, thai, Miami'experts crowds of visitors clear into April. The annual fish in gr tournament runs from Jan. 12 to April 20. A huge flotilla of luxury charter ^\,jfc**»«V V^w"^^ ' " - •»* *'*»&?*• Cupid Did Boom Business; 663 Licenses In County } "Is 'it love or is : it conscription?" Forty nine more marriage licenses were issued during 1940 than in the preceding year, according to records of ,the Blytheville office of the county court clerk. Files reveal an abundance of "December-May" marriages during this Leap Year when 663 licenses were issued here. Four couples took advantage of the last day "of the Leap Year to secure licenses. Co-Eds Seek Work LAWRENCE, Kas. (UP) — Four hundred and fifty - nine women students at the University-of Kansas have applied at the women students' employment" bureau for work while attending - school this semester,' according to Marie Miller, secretary of the "bureau. - Refugee Scholars Helped HAVERFORD. Pa. (UP) — The American Friends Service Committee is sponsoring an unusual educational experiment to fit 29' outstanding world scholars—refugees from Burb'-e — for places in the United • Sties' business and professional life. '••'•-. r . - WANTED Buyers for office mnchimis advertised l>y Don VA\~ wards on «>a,ire '.I today! Marie News Mrs, Ail Herchrield and (tough-1' ter. Wilma. are visiting Mrs. Harch- tield's sister. Mrs. B. P. Wilson, and family, over the Christmas i ! holiday. They reside in Brighton.! Tenn. i Clifford Meredith, who is .station-!I ed with the United States Army at'i Fort Bcnumg. Ga.. is visitinc his;: parents, over the holidays. \ David Foster, of Biloxi. Mtsr,. 15! parents. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Mattie JSherrill of Lake' Village, also accompanied them. Others leaving today include JL. WiUiarn.s. George Florida. Judge }S..L. Gladish and W. c. Mason in j.bne party: Mr. and Mrs. Charles }R: Coleman. Mr. and Mrs. Charles | Rose of Rase land, Mr. and Mrs. [Frank Williams. Mr. and Mr.s. C. C. Danehower and children. Frank Bell. w. M. Taylor. Mrs. Hayncs and R. H. .Robinson of Keiser; Billie and Howell Nicholson. A. C. Spellings of Marked Tree: Mr. nnd Mrs. Bruce Ivy. Mr. and Mrs. H. j. Hale and - - [grandson. Jimmic Hale Carlisle. ac-l Homer F oater jcoinpanied by their daughter. Mrs. Miw Ro5 ' e Enochs i.v ,AuthUr Rogers of Jackson, 'Miss.! tleft Tuesday morning'; Mrs. Hale j will ..stop ofT in Jackson for a visit I with Mrs. Rogers while Mr. Rogers j joins Mr. Hale and Jimmie for the • trip to New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson had planned to go but it is not known if Mr. Jackson can go on account. of the intense hunt for the slayer of Lawrence Waidon. tilling station attendant who was murdered here, Friday night. Around 25 others had made plans to go but. are ill with fiu. /achts is ready. Those who like to tempt, the 30dde.*s of chance in localities other than the race tracks will, it ; .s hinted, find places in Dade and Broward counties where the nimble dice will be thrown and the slusive cards will be turned in faro and other similar games. But none of this will occur in Miami Beach, where the lid is clamped down. " ' Sure ot boom patronage, the new Colonial Inn has booked Paul Whitcman as musical director and will bring in such luminaries as Sophie Tucker. Harry Richman and the Chandra-Kaly dancers. The Royal Palm is parading Ted Lewis. Abe Lyman and Tony Martin. At he Hospitals Blrthcyillc 'Hospital Mrs. C. V. 'Sebaugh/ city, ad- :nitted. W. A. Marks, Rockmart, Ga dismissed. Walls Hospital Nelson Rojr Benson, ManOa. admitted. Luther McCain, Steele, admitted Burnie Eubanks, city, admitted. Lawrence German, Steele, dismissed. WANTED Buyers for office machine.-, advertised by >Don Edwards on page 3 today! Read Courier News want aua. HARRISON'S AUTO PARTS & GARAGE SERVICE STATION General RepaiTiBf , Wel&n* from Bed Top Gin How To Relieve Bronchitis Creqmulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat o'f the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, in- j Samed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Couehs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis While in BIyihrviHr. if you're rccmmg permanently or occasionally . . . you "may live 7 ike a king m a poor man's price. ;\i thr Prsbody Hotel. Slc.im Hrnt. Hot Water. Special Rsitc.s. !U L\ Main. uj> stairs. Or. W. F. Krewer Dentist KlylheviMe. Arkansas Specials! Extractions $1.00 l r iill Upper and Lower Plates - $25JO (Extractions included) FARM LAND FOR SALE If sold soon, iv c can deliver th?ss farms for 1941. 640 acre*, lefl open, thrrc hccse*--. good gravel road, school bus. Pass. Bus. ekciric line, mail route. JVi m« e t« R. R. Trwn. O id Castor River land, no belter, M-fn produce 75 bushels ccrn. hale of cotton to acre, can clear lajid for one free year's rent. One half cash, 'price'$11.- OCO.OO. Will double in two years. 121) ncres. ?0 od road. ?ocd hciKc and barn. 2':, mile.s S. E. Hc.xtcr. MO. All conveniences, R"c sand loam farm, high productivity, has loan of S275P. payable $IO<> year f»7 r . Price only S55.00 per acre, and good terms. 131 acres, highly imjrrcvcd. on S ravel road. l\~ miles 55. E. BIytheviHc. dandy home. ?x>od land, ideal location Joan of S650G to be at:sumcd. Price per acre $110. This is worth the money. W. M. BURNS Realtor. Phone 243 friends and relatives in Btythevillc.' Mr..and Mrs. Luther Bunlr.y gone to. .Little -Rock to visU Bun ley'5 parents'. -HEADACHE^ ., Have Vulctide Houscparly One of the-largest'of the family reunions enjoyed during the holidays was that of Mr. and Mrs. I Andrew j. Florida who entertained ' • twelve,, guests ,at "Granite Cove- Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE" Joe feiio* store Phone 540 | WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY MUTEST WRKM /I ElftAVUMOA or ui mm GREENWOOD t. c*woi NAISH • rtvrr ParatnooTu MCWS & Marcn of'Tim Phone RH« 224 Phone Boxy 322 LISTEN TO KLCN 10:09 mjn.~12:45 p.ra.-4:3« Thursday $ Friday Saturday S3 FINAL CLEARANCE $Q85 OF NEW FALL SHOES On Display West Window ALL SALES CASH ALL SALES FINAL ROXY LAST TIMES TODAY BARGAIN NIGHTS lOc * 2«»r 'Prideof the Bowery' with Leo Garcey & Bobtiy . .fordon *K-O s»-{°ctefi jshorls. THUR. & FRI. Mat. Iflc & I5c; Night tOc & X with Nan Grey, Tom Br & Mischa Auer. jiteo. Selected Shorts

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