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PACT TWELVE BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS our of (y Behind the Blackboard (Bchoel C*rrf*pondtnl) "For (he Love of Mike." n oni>- [ "It Is Imp that Caching like all »ct comedy In three scenes by , other occupations has Us hazards Srsni'JIle Cooley. a BHS senior, I namely, hard work, criticism, pro Till be presented by the Writer's j fesslonal jenlousy, sonii-.snoinl m Ciub tomorrow morning at Ihc | tracism. but as with each rose you • high school's assembly period. ] cn i),er yon gel a thorn, the pica- Written, producer! and directed i sums of leaching far outweigh Ihe by Gram-lite, thn play will feature j displeasures." , In Its cast eight seniors and one ; »phomore Includes ihe following:! . A s " mm! ">' srnionce in her art- Tommy Harrison, sophomore, nnd f " s "' as hf>r *">'< 1 '"<'nt lh.it "A wntors Mary Lou Sawyers, Jimnila. • trlle P 1 *"-" 1 '™ 0( lynching is I o r Overman, Pat McGregor. Mar.v ! '"Chers In uphold their handiwork Anne Robeson. Billie Hardin, Jerry ln a " intellectual, moral nnd s.piril- Halsell. Waclon Powell, and Albeit ; l "° s ensc." Fairfleld. i .... C-hares Kinningham Is In cha%-e; Junlnr HlKli News '< <rf sets for the play. ^ i " H[ ,y p somebody get „ ^ , ,,* ', ," . ,. , -moving." was (he most fri Robert Upscomb, band director h( , ard y „ ( „ j . has announced Ihnt the BHS hand will present a marching exhibition and concert at Haley Field tomorrow night at 8 o'clork. The public k invited. In case of rain, the program will be postponed' Marching «!) last approximately 30 mlnules. and will be followed by a ID-mln- ufe concert. The BHS band has been Invited to participate In t-he Cotton Carnl thai line High's ide. picnic 1-ist Park. Eighth lilri'fil mountain of .sandwir'hes for the entire group of approximately 3fi!> slu- donls anrl the PTA mothers brought along cakes, pier,, and fried chicken. The line was Ions and slow, so Walter Ashhy brniisluj a comic book lo occupy (he wnil-^and Frniik T<) KNTKK OCS- Airman Urst Class .Jumps A Ashrrafi.. son of Mr. anrl Mrs, Thrrrmm A.shrraft of Cnotrr, has been arrr-plrd for ofdceK CHiirlirl.ifr firhoo! at fort Jackson, Columbus. S.O. He will receive 113 wrrks of b.islr training preparatory In enterini; OCS He hns bPen scrvinE in the Air Force for the pjist year and tint.ll re- cMilly was sKi'lonM al Hunter Air Force Ba^e in Savannah, Oa, Wilson and t graduate of Wilson f" ~ High School. Cpl. Robert w. Yates is vlsillng j Ills parents, Mr. and .Mrs. H. G. i Yate.s, Sr. Cpl. Yates who has brell tit.oned' al Scnlt Field, ,ril.. Inr c\cral weeks, will leave 'llmrndiy fnr Waco, Texas, where he wiU report for duty at James Connelly Field. Mr.s nob Anders of Marianna l.s a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alec. Ooble ami son, Paul. M!s> Bonnie. Gnhlo. a .sl.udrnt at the 1 Methodist Hospital school of Nurs- UIE i" Memphis, and M. Murray i I Stafford of the Air Forre. who is spending a leave in Memphis, were i Ihe overnight BURSTS n! her parents • Tliursriay. Dr. N. B. Ellis was in I/iuisville. FCy, for the Kenl.ueky Derby Sat- j urdav. ; Mr.s flam peweft anrf daughter. ! Oloiia o[ Padnrah. Kv,. arrived \ Saturday for a visit wiih her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J N. Bourland, and 'heir family. THUKSDAY, MAT 8, 1983 Mr. and Mrs, Roy Rtnbaugh and ; their daughters have rnnverl to j nassclt where Mr S'/ibauizh is manager of Grain Co. R'ore. Mrs, P. TO OKT CJOI.I1 BAitS -Thomas Raleigh Sylvester, snn of Mr. and Mrs. Ralrieh Sylvester ot Blytheville. will be commissioned second lieuienant in the Army E. Coolry' has returned to ! S'' 11 , 1 ' 1 ^^" C ' nt! ? SiUirriay at j Friday. Thursday night. The Crusaders ol the First Bap- list Church held street services al Elowoh. Sunday. The Rev. D. B. Filedsoe conducted the service ami Gene Smith led the sinfilnfr. R. E. Westbrook, who has been employed at the Memphis Compress and Storaae Company nil Kvadale for more than 10 years, I has accepted n position with a } compress in Waxahatchie. Texas, j Mrs. Ed Williams is .stibs(ltut-| ing for the fourth grade teacher,] Miss Jane Mackey, who Is ill this \eek. Lynn Orcenwel] is ill al his home with the chicken po.v. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rinvpkins were the gupsi.s of he.r bother. Jack: 7.ook, and family Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Simpkms were enroute to Temple. Texas. Week end guest.s in the Zook home were his parents. Mr. ajid Mr.';, A. M. Sill- rlail. and grandfather. W. R Mor- m of HtiRhr?, and his sister. Ms. •t. E. Womoldroff. and Mr. Womel-j tiroff of iJtiio Rock. ' Mrs, Donald Rav visited Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ray in Blytheville, ' at her home. Mrs. Buchanan resided In Memphis before moving to Wilson, Mrs. J. T. Wigley is visiting her sister, Mrs, O. J. Weiss, and family in Tampa, Fla., She will be gone several weens. Mr. an Mrs. Carlson WMUnu of Memphis and Mr. and Mri. Erksine Shettle and daughter, PhyJIis, of Birmingham, Ala,, war* the guests of Mr, »nd Mr«. Claud* Dye. val parade nnd is scheduler] lo m8 " mo - Three school biws drlv- Juniors me ,10,11, Minor. Ahclta play a concert Saturday afternoon. m b >' Principals Earl Nail a n d i need and Willnrfrn.,, phair.iin. May 17, at 4:30.' according to the ! w - D - Tommey, and Perry Darby, | Sophomores me Tommy nmirlnnd ' m» her home in nlyl.heville atier a if '.\'ifh her dauslHer. Mr^. Klslner n. Real!, and her family a frw days i last week, Mr. Coolev was a week end Burst. In his daiishler'f home, i ...„„„.,...„., Mr mid Mrs. Asa Pnrtrr were .'.h'vipr'js j n Momp^;-. .saturrtay. , Mr". Herman McDanlel. Mrs. " lcr Rohrrt Cunningham nnd Miss ,A1- Kort Hiley, Kan. A graduate of Rlythevilln Hisjh Srhool nnd Arkansas Slate College, he has been in the Army since Janunry. lltSI. His parents n-Jll attend (he ,2 ceremony. Kpllner. Mrs. , "on. Wallace La Rue, James of Marion were rhe n living wii.h his aunt for ihe wiih few Ralph Ray, who is in the Navy stationed at Millmjton, «-as the week end guesl, ol Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray and family. Mrs. H. P. Cash Jv.. and daughter Ozella. Mrs. H P. Cash o( 1 \Vi':^on ,-ind Mrs, H. P. Cs.^'n. Sr., Brisnnce'S'and fisu-;',ucr. Mr.s Frances Cnsh .vim has. of Reverie, Term, surnt Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Cash WANTED FIRST CLASS AUTO BODY REPAIRMAN AND PAINTER Guaranteed Salary and Commbd** Apply to L*c Duncan at Blytheville Motor Co. i 1st & Walnut Phon* 4422 By .MRS. B. F. HOY1.KS division, (he following students received ratings: Ralph Wahl. clnrl- '< net solo, superior rating: Warreii ! McCltirc. clarinet solo, excellent,! ratine; Ralph Wahl and Warren! >'TA .Meets McClurc, clarinet duet, excellent' The Wilson Parent-Teachr.rs Ar. plus rating: Warren McClnre and I sedation held Its Inst, mcolina Linda Mann, ,Jean flov/cn, Jane day. j Bowen, Trey demon. Jaine.-, Co-: pf,.. f^f Ha.4:elt. who Is In the. , burn. Anne Nicholson. • Don Ro«-e.' Marines stat.ioncd at Ran Dieno. ! Dor McOoimh, nomtnqo I.ope-/.. and C! ,l|f.. will arrive Thurstlay lor a j Illcne Weathers I ,.,.,,„, [r , M . f wlth h , R sistpr M ,.,. i JvArl.rriie r.lven j Jnek Smith and her familv. Pollow- The annual harheciie for farm ins his leave he will report to Cn- and m Tril-j i Albert FalrficM, rlnrlnrl anri fnim-ithls school ypnr this nfternoDn in , '» a >"crrs anri Ihr-ir fnniiJif.s. pel duet, exrcllcnt nMnc: Albert the school nurJUnrlum. [by I, PC Wilson find Cnmimnv. wa5. Sluilcnls lo J( c Krlc-il | hclrf *Snn(]ny nt. Orovp farm. The Kighty jirrsurs arp rxprclrd lo ' mnmi rnnsisli»rl of linrbrrurd rhlc- FalrfiPld, trnmppJ 5o1o, Rood ratlnv. Majorettes mnrip thn followititr ! g: Dori.<; Bean, solo twirling, i Imnbus.. Oa. for a 2R-wee\-.s special rour.sf in elecironirs srhriol. Mrs. Pfttillne Corkran atlendcd a'trnrt thn niMiunl flaw Rnd ( tl in Oscoola Saturday junior-senior I k cn. and superior: Jean Shrlton. solo t\vtrl- • oanriuet tomorrow nlphf |n the i drlnk.s. school cnfcferia. Guests will inrliirle the school bonrrt members anrl ihe high school faculty. An orchestra! will furnish music for a danee. fol- i lowing the banquet. Room motheis ; q.'!l!jl c .^ will prepare the food. They are! ' r "nW, Mrs. Lynn Tranum. Mrs Ralph '"" rt " Robinson. Mrs. J. D. Rankin. Mrs. Wallace Thompson. Mrs T ,] Mc-i • - • -- --• — -i j v. ,,, band received superior ratings the A '" e »'«" Mr.s. J. ,;. Hussev. Clav "'"' BapMsl chllrrh «- wl11 h " giv-1 ^"Bhter. Vickie,, niolored to Hol- -- sponsors nre Miss Mildred Hond and i cn T1 «"' s <lny mornlnB at S o'clork j '5' Grove, Miss., Sunday. Bill Yatm. int. the Melhodist Church. Commit- T ' lp - R cv. D. B. Blert.soe was a Sunday Krhonl Parlv jlcps have tioen appointed by the J Blythcvllle visilor Monday. The Sunday School classes In ll-ei n|>t ' i!it ' VM U prcsiricnl. Mrs Al-! Ert Fricke, of Memphis was the n^r^unc^ " y '" '""i """"'"I"' H -^' -« visitin, her 1 sisler Mrs. M. Sano and her fam- iMrs. Paul Bussey was the week ily. Mr. Naito is employed as a end cuest of her tnlher. R. L. Tu«- teller in a Honolulu Bank and he Klo, and sisters, Mrs. H. R Npal, . and his family are spending a and fiimily and Mrs. L. Boies, in , three-months vacalimi in the SinacfcovoT, Ark. states. They made the trip to Sail Mr. and Mrs, Sammy Wallace, Francisco via pjnne and look a and children and Wade Hepl'er j irain to Detroit. They made the spent Sunday with her m o I h e r j rest of the Irip by car. Ing. excellent plus; Millie Bradley. Sue Jobc. Martha Bean, twlrlinc trio, pxee.llent; Doris Bean, head majorette, superior; Joan Enrlfi nnd Emadel Swcarcnurn. twirling duet, excellent: nil majorettes as ensemble, excellent. On It* basic movements, carri- \ playing, nnd Inspection, the RHS band received superior r band director has been The Rev. Harvey Kidd. pastor of tile First Presbyterian Church, was Rncralanre;tlp Stlinlny The npy, Sam Wat-mi, pasfoi lie Wtlson Methodist Church. at the ' ni " nlmllnl Mnlor Mr. and Mrs. J. A Germany anri I daughter, Patty, were the guests j of her sister. Mrs Alfred Norlb-| f : f ] ern, and Mr, Northern in Jone.v Ijl \ horo Sunday. • r!? ! Mr. and Mrs. Bentley Rhodes 1st: a n cl sons Bill. Joe and Dick, [spent the week end fishing at Mad- q , I dox Bay near Holly drove, Ark. Mrs. D. S. Heplcr in Kei< The Rev. A. M. Houston Blythevillp will ho s n«.st speaker (ho Bnpiist nrniherhoori Twelve members of the book i>f club in Memphis. o[ \vhich Mrs. v C. H. Buchanan is a member, were etinsirw rziiests Monday at a luncheon . J"tntly hy the Mclhonlst! Mr " n " 'V" Mnury u '"" n »" d guest, speaker for the hlnh school ' J'mlor department at First naptist! lwrl Oreenwcll and the WSCS prcs- Tuesday mornlnc when i Church were complimented Priclav i '" • Mrs - •'° 1 '" Enoch. he spoke on the hnportanr.e of "fair play" In everyday living. The assembly opened with eroup slueinc of "Holy, Holy, Holy" cnndunfrrt hy They inchuir Mrs. Bufnrd mum. when the department super-! intendent, and tcarhcrs onlerlalncd i Mrs - J - F - Mullins »'eek end gnpsl of Mr. and Mrs. Gene vSniith and family. Billy Zook. and Glen Shnll, stu- Mrs Jtmmle Culbert.son. Mrs. Wilson! siiperintendnnt and thr Henry was accompanisl for ihe, | ^ rs - l " m i^TeCilllar, ClaretlcF Med- with a party nt the church Oanirsi Wre "- Mrs H - p Cllsh Jr were played. Mr.s. ,1. n. I.OVPU Is! w nller Keltner, Mrs. J. D. Ranktn. Royles. Hudson i dent.s at Arkansas State, spent the. Rohinpon and Mrs. Mrs. Rnlph __ _, _ i .lack Zonk. The pastor was Introduced , lin - w - D - Broun and D. D. Cnsh. i WSCS 1'nmpleln Sdirt.v to the student body by Principal i Thirty-one were present, A series of .st.udie.s of a sludy W. D. Tbmme.r. • BTTJ Has Party ] course on "The Family—A Chrts- Tv, pnty-oup members of the Bap- | tian Concrrn" was competed hy tTnder the. direction of Mrs. Hen- [ " s ' Artull Training U n | on fjo. ry, the high school'Choir presented i were present nt the party given * program nt » luncheon meeting''""' " pf the Klwnnis Club at the Noble ywferday at noon. Opening the program T'as Men delssohn's "Praise Ye the Lord" fol- laK( at the rhiirch. Wayne Bussey. nTU president, was ' In the Mrlhrirtis! Women? Sorietv of week entl with their families. Mrs. Russie Perry returned to the naptlsi. Hospital in Memphis, Tuesday for a check-up. Mrs. per- ry underwent surgery at the hospital April 26. Waller Keltner left Sunday for Aikeu. S. C.. where he ha? or- cepled employment with a con- ChrHtinn Service in two afternoon i strliction company, Mrs. Keltner sessions. In the Monday afternoon session, charge of arrangements. Will! Meet, Hn.VTl ,,, in(! • „,, .... _ .„.. The Bnptisl Women's Missionary ! Churrh- What ft. lowed by "May Day Carol," -Myj Union met Monday night at, the j on the nroararn were Mrs. H \V Boniite." "Paw paw Patch." "Vaukn | chiu-ch for the monthly mrelinjr. | Gilherl. Mrs. Elstner D. neall'rmd "n Tanltn.' nnd "SI.. Louis Dllies." I Mrs. Albert Ocemvell. ncrslrient,. j Kith Mary Ann Henry featured as! Presided. The meeting opened with jolnlst. i the group singing "All Hall The The choir will present, a program I Power." Each member repealed the I „„,, .., ,..,, ,„,,. r lm ., lh lox , Rt the Woman's Club annual mli-lwalch word followed hy Ihe tic- ) fi J ,i , j .U Eical lea Friday. May IS. Mr.s. Hen- j votlonal hy Mrs. I.nmnr 'Mcnanlnl j '" V vl rt "'° Unn!Yl "" rt tnlrt a slnry ry announces. The group's annual! Heporl.s wrrc Riven hy committee.! RDrlnj assembly program has been ' chairmen. NTrs, Grernw'ell appoint-' scheduled for Monday morning, Jed a rommiltre of . five, to assist NTrs. Sntn- Watson gave tile <ln\o- Iier lopic "My Means". Others John Fnoch. Twelve members were presenl. Tn the final session i \Trs. J. P. Mullins u.sed the first will join him later. The Wilson Chnplor Orrlrr oj tllp Eastern Star will meet Thursday niKht ni the Masonic Kail for its : jnonihly meeting. | Misses Nellie Phclan and Dorothy Gregory and G. K. Ariair were, tho dinner guests of Mr. nnd : Mrs. Bentley Rhodes and sons Tuesday evening. , fon ," 11 '«'"'' rd ." A l ! * ''''"• A J """H nlsr " 5sln " v>-ns condncte ts. John Eiuirh as tut-ri,aw May 19. Recently elected president ' nip r ' 111rl was ol Mrs , with Ihe annual .senior hrrnkfn.il, sponsored by the Bnrnlst and Melh- ndlsl Churches, They are Mrs. H.' '"' " Buchanan. The disci n<>vv <' s. Mrs . I. A. Slmms and head next year's Future Homcroak- p ' c ash Jr., Mrs. Jack Zook. Mrs. «r= of America chapter at BUS Is J D - """Kl". Mrs. Waller Kelfnei Pessy Staobs Other nesv officers '' and Mrs - Robinson Each sion \vn.<; on o,uestions lianded in by members Mrs Hudson Wren, who has been of this sroup are Rosemane Clamp- ! »"°niber bronchi lowels (o be sent • 'Hid.v course leader for two years, i ett. vice-president. Bonita Rose | '" lh e Nurses Home tn Little Rock ] s:lve n summary of the entire secretary. Patsy Caldwc.ll. treastir"-' Mrs ° n Bledsoe offered the elos- i course. Mrs. ,V. B. fnlis. Jr.. also np- ing prayer. j peared on the program. Refresh- Make Hnnor Roll ' j men!? ^vere served at the last meet- Mr, and Mr.s. Hoivaj-rl I.nonrv a n d family visited rel::l!vcs in Scil.illi, Mo,. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brigance nf Mortnn. III., spent Ihe week end with hor sisiers. Mrs. Oleu Wheeler and family Mrs. Riusell Nn.sh and her family anrl Mrs ATTENTION GINNERS! Wilt; the execution of Jnck Ixican. we still have the same pn^onucl to take care of your ginning repair needs. WP rrfill, file ;intl tr;iin R^WS; refill anri balance hrushfs; ami have n wmrJelp slnck of vnlvcs. elhnu-R (from 11" In II") ^ntl pipe. Alsn, a complete linn of bearings for ynur ?in. We have ibe pursonnni and equipment to meet, your ginning iRpnir neocla and we're anxious to serve you! All vrork is guaranteed, Joe Atkins Machine Works S. Highway 61 Phone 3142 Night 6153 SCREENS All Aluminum SCREENS 3 DAYS 1>EI,TVERT • Rust Proof—Stain Proof— Ufe(lm« 9 StutHy (tumble frames—fiti (ijfht, will nnt flap, sair nr rallle. Custom marie lo Hi any window in half or full length. Measured, assembled and Installed by local man — all materials and workmanship guaranteed. KKMl' WHISENHUNT Phone 3409 R. H. ARENSMEIER Phnne 26S3 er, and lola Myers, reporter. All BHS seniors and faculi.y members were euest-s of the juri-^ ^ n R r^^^ri compiled hy Ihe Na-i ins with Mrs. I. A. Simms. Mrs. way to say s lor class Wednesday afternoon nt the annual junior-senior picnic at Walker Park al 4:30 o'clock. Fond end Barnes were tho main features of the afternoon Hieh school student.* had an opportunity to see an lightening film Wednesday morninc. when Rflbbi Affred Vise of Temple Israel, presented "One God,"" a soind film based on the book nf the same title b;- Florence Mary Fitch. The- film took the student? mro t h e and meelinj hnu-rs nf th P prnp!e of America. Various beliefs, euv toms, and piartice.? of the C^'tio. lie. Jewish nnd Pre-tcslan 1 laiih. ; were explained on a level understandable lo hiEh school studcnis ville High's student pspcr. "The Chickn^n'.v." will cnine off t b p press ritirmsr the final '.vepk of school. May IB. rdi'nr r'ntricis H^arn ha? announced. The special senior edition will carry Ihe senior wills and srinciunopincnis pbout newly clfcteri oflicers lor nexl year's groups. Kim Street NnlrK "T«achmi is an attraclive occupation. It enables on? {n I i r p amotiEj hooks, boauly. yo\i f h and happiness. II eues ii; r oppm iiiniu of living each day wuh youth; r jives Ihe opportunity to build citizenship and character; i^n-es ?. chance to lead, inspire r=nd eulrie youth into richer. fu!!er lives; j;ve? the jo\ of living a life thru coim';. It pays a iv?.re that will snve all of the necessities nnd some of thr luxuries of life. It gives time to travel and lo tee some of the world Every lime n pupil achieves fame or riop.s smnptbmc worrtnvhllr pan ot the credit Re.es 10 a learner." This is a jiarnsiap], frnm nn ad- (iress made b" Bessie P. Ivy. prin. cipn! of Elm Sircnl, to thn' Knrn- son'Hico student hndy recenllv. Contlnulne her rtisrusiion whlc.h was entitled "T!ic Pleasures o[ Teaching" She said: tloral Honor Society. 34' students 1 Dewey Slott,s and Mrs. Bentley u-lth a n-plus a\erni'e mnrie The [ Rhodes as hostesses. honor roll. Seniors nre Moriene An- Personal* drews, Patsv Orrenivell. p n ta- ^, m . f;,,| \Vellrlell Johnston .\. h" Is 111 llally. raiolyn Lynch. Aisle Du- ' l.hn Air Force stationer! al Paylon. lanry. Jinimv Muncv. F.dwin Wehb.'o. •, i'l'erl hi) brorher. One.il John-Tiny nell. Vales, jo Ann Focnv. i Ion. and Ins family. Friday Cpl. Dr.inif McClenrton. Shirley Mullen i Johnslnn Is a former resident of Happy Birthday to a Friend MotSiers Day ALL GIFT SHOP ITEMS Including Lamps Costume Jewelry Figurines Etc. •pOFF Friday & Saturday Only! O'Bryant JEWELER Main & Second Str««t« 1 Scnri a liirtli<tay card. M"i«fiii.r; 1 Smile anrl far "(la 3 Sini|ilv invite ronr friend to join ynn in a 7 Crown hirthda Any nay you do il you're SURE to plea?c your friend. 's 7 Cwwn. Blend*! Whfskfty. K.R Proof. 65% Grain NaitnH Spirirs. Sp^jfum-Drstiflert Cofi».,«.T. Phone 459] 406 Wain FADEPROOF WALLPAPER TO 40° *«* -» A large artrmHv* seiectten of pop«n — aH prtt*d to 'A lower than nationally krvown pa pen of » quality. Each pattern Carrie* a fadeproof ttamp— yow aswrartca *o< color or tort will »»oy imchottgsd for yeart. Come in and MO Wards fine seleeHon toon. WAUPAPER FOR LESS AT WARDS J BEAUTIFUL CUT STONE HOME Open for inspection. Sunday ) : no In R:00 p.m. Sliown by aprminlment during week davs 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths $30,000 This lovclv homt Is quality Ihronshout. BfaullJtll U-shan»* Irll Chen, lifetime Geneva cablnelj with all Iht artt^orles In^lnrflnr KHchen-Ald. Dlsh^sher. Dlnlnj; room. .p«tou s llri?, 4L» Mth marble anr) mirror firepl.re. The J fcertroo", h,« ™£ walk-In cecl.r lined closets. Both the bain, have colored flUare, St"r3ec.plus In Urpe ftoored altlc Ljr« (erracc In bark vrllh hVr r«c UE r it. Vo,i will like this spacious 1IIUI2S Tt. hnrtsrape* Inl Don't (all (o fnveslijale Ihe a «ur«nc« onn choke ma'eri.l," nscd In ronslrudlon of Ihls heme. maienais ln V See or call MARR REALTOR Office Phon« 4111 Res. Phon« .,

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