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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 15, 1952
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BLYTHEVTLLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1952 WILSON NEWS Has Rlrthrlay Parly Butch Metcalfo was complimented on his third birthday anniversary Thursday afternoon whrn his mother, Mrs. Clive Metcalfe, entertained several of his .small friends at her home. Favors of whistles, paper haU and snappers were given the guests.'Refreshments ol ice cream and birthday cake were Personals Glen Shiill, «-ho ntlonrJ.<i Arkansas Slate ColleRC, was home lot Mother's Day. Shirley Johnson ol Keiser w a s (he week end guest of Virginia Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold McDaniel were In Memphis Thursday served followiiiK the playing of | where lie ronsuiled his physician. games Those present were David BlaylocR, Bill and Charlie Smith. Vickie and Jeff Gilbert. Bobbin Reynolds and Billy Wayne Bussey. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Porter andj children Linda unrt Fred James, spent the week end with his mother. Mrs. Lola Porter, and his aunt, Mrs. M. H. Weslbrook, in Honored on Birtlirl.iy Helena. Eight friends ol Ranriy Brleanc* i Bobby Bledsoe Is recuperating were quests when his mother. Mrs. j at home following a lonsileciomy Jcie Briwnce complimented him on! at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis MB fourth birthday Saturday after- Friday. noon at her home, Favor.s Mere bal- ] Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshall Conner loons and whistles. 7ce creain and I and children, C'hcrnn and Tommy ! birthday cake were served. Those! were the guests O f |, er p arC jitV i present were D.ii'id Dye, Palriela. Mr. and Mrs, Huford Hoyles. aiwt and Pepgy Fuller. Tommy Mcrilin, | son, Tommy, two days last week i Carolyn Morion, Hayriet; Shull. j Air. and Mrs. w 6 Hams 'imi' Linda Porter and Shirley Stewart. I children, K-nneth Judy 'nnd 1 Give Dinner J'arly Mr. find Mr.? Elgin Ward and the Rev. D. B. Bledsne and son?. Benny and Jimmy, were the dinner guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Bronghton Marilyn Elizabeth, were I li c guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harris, in Campbell, Mo.. Sunday. Ralph Robinson find daughter. Sherry, were-llie guests ol his; Lovrtt and son.s. John and Jim. parents ilr, and Mrs Frank Ron'-[ Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Ward, i jnson in Forrest citv Sund-iv ' -••---—--.on members of the Wil- Dr. and Mrs C D' Price a'u d chopl tnculty this yenr.j,.hildren, Charles and F .ug'ema W.lson at the end of j were the week end yuest-i of her I ";; 7 -™'. Ark ' whcrc parents. Mr. and Mr.s. F. K. Tomp- ,ake their home. kins in M i|, ing!o[1 Tcnn New anil Mrs. Jack Zook visited DUG Installs i Mr. aijri Mrs. Domlnlck AInsso in i officers of Delta Kappa , Memphis Sunday ! Gamma Sorority were installed at the luncheon-meeting held Saturday In the Merrell Room at Wilson Tavern. Officers are Miss Vhgle Rogers, president: Mr.s. Mildred 1 Ho\vertou. Joiner, vice-president; Miss Cornie Steelman, Keller, sec- Mr, nnil Mrs. ,; ac lc Henderson i nnd son. Mike, visited (he 7.00 ini Memphis Sliminy. j Mr. and Airs. Lcroy Koch and. children of Luxorn were the Sun- j day guests of her parents, Mr. and Mr.s. H. G. y,iles. Visit 7.00 Thirty-six first grade pupils and their teacher, Mrs. Philip j. Deer, went to Memphis Tuesday on the last-of-school-oiiting. They visited the 7.00 v.'here they had a picnic lunch. One. room mother, Mrs. Victory, accompanied them. Pupils In the" two second grades made a trfp to fhe TOO In Memphis Tuesday. The teachers. Miss Kofi Etta Wolfe and Miss Kathryne Gregory and room mothers accompanied them. The room mothers are Airs. Hudson Wren, Mrs. Marshall Woodvnrrl. Mr.s. Charles Beall. Mm. Alvln Fuller. Mrs. Vardy IVestbrooRe, Mrs, Bcntley Rhodes, Mm. Clleve Elrod and Mrs. Walter Camper. Mrs. Hadle.r Honored Mrs. Robert Hadley, a new resident of Wilson. L wa.s giiest of honor x-hen Mrs. William M. Campbell entertained with A welcome party Wednesday afternoon nt her home. Guests were Mrs. Gene Smith. Mrs. CHve Metcalfe, Airs. C. H. Buchan• n. Mrs. Hugh Gilbert nnd Mrs. Courtney Perry. Mr, and Mrs. Hadley moved to Wilson from Fort Worth, Texas, and Mr. Hadley Is employed at the Buckeye Cotton Oil Company at Evadale. her home In Lufkln, Texas, alter | a visit with her son. Ollbert Wiley. I and his family. I Mrs. Clive MeteaUe Jr . ol Green- j vllle, Miss., was the guwt ol Mr. I and Mrs, Clive Moccftlf<\ fit, and 1 family a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ihillock of. Jonesboro uere the Sunday quests of Mr. and Mr.s. Ivrm HAGUE'S. Mrs. Mimmle Bell JJyford ami Mr. and Mr.s. Guy liyford of Cnuv- fordsvllle nnd Mrs H, P. Cash of Reverie, Tenn., were the wi>rk c.'ul guests of Mr. and Mr.s. H. I 1 . Cash. Jr., and their family. They wire here for the hacralauteatc service. Sunday evening. Mrs. Ryron Robinson and son. Jerry, of Memphis weic in Wilson Icr baccalaureate .services, Mr^. Robinson's nephew, Tommy Holes, is a member of the ?.rri<!uaUn^ <M;i'>s Mr. and Mrs. diaries l.efiv/ich and daughters. Lois Jeiin and Gliii, were the week oml quests of her aunt, Mrs. A. C. Steed, in He.nncr- son. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs, II M. Wooiiyr.rrt. Jr., and family, Mr. and Mrs. M B. Wocdyard and son nnd Mr, aiK! Mrs. 11. L. Woodyard and chilnicn spent Mother's Hay with their mother, Mrs. H. M. Wcoyard and other relatives In ITeKna.;.! Woodyard accompanied them home fen a "visit. Mr. anc! Mis. W. D Brow:: and snn. P.TVld, Icit. Frkiny for Slf. Gencvirvc:. Mo,, whrre 1)u y '>vill ^.p?nd a few clnys with her par '.ii =. Mr. and Mr.s. Herbert Iimv;n. 'Hu'y will visit friends in Porta?-'.'!!]-; lie'rre roturninf! home. Mr. and Mrs. Curti.s Miller, the )iaren'^ of) Mr.s. W. D. nrov.n. were iil--o week- [ epH ffiie?ts of the Herbert Urwns. i Mr. and Mrs. Maurv L'ptou and ! daiichter, Vickie, visited his SO- j year old grandmother. Mr.s. B TJ. Goo^h. In Hulls. Tenn.. Sunday. Mrs. GfKK-h makes her home with her son. A. C. Gooch, nnd his fa.iiily Mr. Upton's mother. Mrs. Paul Hurt of Memphis, accompanied them to Halls. Maurice Lynch was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs, Bill Grave? in Lexa. Ark, They fishert at ne.uby HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. H(-re for funeral srn'ire-s for Basil E'iward.s were Mr. tintl Mrs. ClrtmlQ F.d'A'nrds nnti fiiiURhler. ClaurlJnr o/ St. IxHiis lind Mr aJld Mi's. Albert F.warrls of IJcehliK Mr. anil Mrs Wilict Hsidt, Mr. an I MM. I-lo.vd Rairtl, Paul Rnidt. Mr.*. J, D, Bc>.t ami d.T.i(,'h(or, pem^. ; a Mae, all of SI. Ix>uis; Mrs. J. K Ellis ,'iml eon .J.-tnip.s of Jt'fltr.wj Ci!y, Teiui.: Mr. mid Mrs. Harry Halilt.; Mr. nml Mrs. Car) njiidl.; Mir. Elizabeth Raictt and Mrs. Dee IJmry of S:J«.'.sloll; Mr.s. J. W. SpaJliMl:^ of MarHIox Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Tllr.mas Hanics are In Lil'lr Hoc): this vvrr-k uf-rrc hr'* iittnuHji^ the Arkansas Pliaim- aco'Hif ;j] Convent j(m. Mr- Tmjimie Cash, ft rncinbi-: c>! M.f, v r il"n Ch;r>'er Orflrr of the: Efistc-rn Star anc! a pinncl rcpi'wnt- .!;•,<• o! Vn^Jiiia, is intending the /U';:ar.-:-a.s Gnmri Chapter SOFMOU In nichniMHi, Va., th:.s v/et-k. Mr.s. Ca:-h '.vas appoints! to this ,'om- mi^io.M by Mr.s. Ullth D. Slaytrll, pa^t yrancJ worthy im'ron luul Is nno of five representatives in 'he •Il'h tl!"H;vt, .Shr Is the frm'th fr-m :V-p Wi! 1 '.') Chnptf-r to rrrn-p tli^: !'oriar. S::e \v;ts ;i>. OLUpanird TO n.'rliijumrt In- Air. o h »nd their rh>M]TM. Ralnii anrl E cl\n. The Wilson Ohnntrr Oi'lrr o' the Kn:;!r-rn Stnr held fls rnrsnthl.v meet- ir-r Thursday ni^ht at the Mxsnr.ic Hall. Mi'3. Manry. Up'.on. worthy matron, announced that plans are brine tnarto for the rhapur's Friendship Niahl scheduled Alay 29. She also announced thp.t Mi-s. Tcmmic Cash u-ould he hon- | orcci puest on Grand Representative, NiRhl June 26. ] Mr. and Mrs. Van Mrmrrief of Memphis were the v.Tek end quests; of their parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Charles Andrews, and family in Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. j E. Uynls and their family at Basset!. Keo'A-anee: Mr. anrl Mrs. Jarnf-' Mnhnrg ami Mrs. Henry Wcoits of Senath; Judge and Mr.s. Bradley ami Airs. N'ada sparks of Kenned A daughter Mr. and Mrs nill F.riric- snn and fon. Bill. Jr., and Mrs. Kti- wards led Tuesday for Lakeland. S Flu., where she will remain a few weeks before returning home to teach in the elementary grades duriniz the rnid-summer ami fall j term*. j Mr. and Mr.s. R. K. L. Smith were returned home Monday by tht'ir son. Bob, Jr.. of Blythi'i'ille from Mr. and Mr.s. Luther Drtimmomfs in Niusliviile where Mr. SmUh wasj (ahen suddenly ill while visiting. Treated al (lie Baptist hospital there fnr two weeks he -AMS removed bark to the DrtmiUKiul's, residence a few days ago. Mr. Smith is now able to receive callers it his farm home <with aivi past of [ Holland and his condition in good. '• Mrs. Frakes of Campbell, i C'uHf.. spent Monday ni?lu at her: niece's. Mr. and Mr.s. Gerils Cap;'s She has also bem the guest of her sister. Mr.s. o. P. Frakes of Kennett. ( anri Mr.s. Elmer Lane of here. i Mrs. Norman Hicks. Mrs Joe S.trnfcrd and Bobby Smith in Drrs- j rien. Tenn,. last u;rck a!,u°:viiny ' funeral services for Mrs. Hick'* sis- i ter. Mrs. Famiie nycr. ?;ho died i recently after a piolongerl iihier,',. Sunday oiit.-of-town visiturs in HoJlano" were Mr. aJld Mr.s. Cnrl Kenley of Memphis, who were ? of the Jailer's brothers. Mr. and Mre. D»wey Ksnlcy and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kenley, anil Mrs. Kenley's parents, the Bradiia family. In Blythevllle. House guefif! In the O. B, Samford home this week arc Mrs. H. Samlord's sister, Mrs. Ls.U Mae Sanfoi'd of Chieago, who came Monday and Mrs. E. T. Cnodl•• and dauKhtcrs, l.tbby and Ton! Angola, of Cameron, Mo., who arrivc-l Tuesday morning lor two wesl:s here. Fullowlnir a month with her Iw.s- baiid in St. Louis and twj weeks with a son, Mr. ami Mrs. Clics(«- Gestrlng and family at Fjrrest City. Ark. Mr.s. iialph Owlriii? is hcrne lor the remainder «if this month before returning t/> SI. L-nhs where .she and her husband will remain until fall. At Mrs. Nancy Porter's over the »wk-fliwi was her sl.slor. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Rutledge, ol RidRlcy, Tcim. Mr. and Mr.s. I.oui.s Heslei' nnrl small son. Mr. and Mrs*. \v. B. Slaten and Miss Tabby Dell were In Sikc.ston Sunday at Afr. and Mrs. Ralph Ancel's, .Mr. and Mrs, Cardinal Smith and three children spent Sunday with Mrs. Smith's sister Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roberts in Memphis. Those who are 111; Mrs. Deucy Kenley is much improved after an operation and treatment; little M.irln Doll, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s, Gervis Capps-, has rcc-overed from a week's illness caused from a Ihront infection. At Mrs. Annie Cohoon's honoring Mother's Day u'rre two daughters. Mrs. Rtissel Devore and daughter ntifl sort. Carol Aim and Jlmmle of Ripley. Tenn.. an d Mr. and Mrs. Willnrd Bradford and son. Stephen, of Hayti. A family reunion was celebrated with dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Noble Capehart's Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs, Arnold Moon of Caruthersville.; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith and family of steele; Mr. and Mrs, Noble Colemsn, Capehart, Jr., of here; Mr. and Mrs. Finis Holme.s, Jr.. and family of Marion, III., Mr. and Mrs. Plnnell Capehart and daughter Renee of Miami, J'la., nnrl Mrs. Joe Cohoon of here. Mr. and Mrs. Plnnell Capehart arrived Saturday from Miami to visit here a few days before he will enter the Marine Corps at Jacksonville, Fla. En- route here they were guests overnight al Mr. nnd Mrs. D. K. Hudson's of Birmingham. Mrs. Hudson was Mrs. Ruby Lynn Capehart previous (o her marriage. At Mrs. Maud Richard's Sunday were Air, and Airs. O. H. Pinkston, Airs. Jessie Paul Me- Anally and son Paul Daryl of Hayti and Mr. and Mrs. A/W. Richard of Steele. Mrs. Sam Workman i.s home from her daughter's Mr. and Mrs. .John A/ibil in Riseo. Guests in her home Sunday were I h c Azibils and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Zahner ol Portagcville. From Sikwton. Mr. nnd Mrs, Paul Cassey »nd daughters Rit» and Carolyn, came Sunday (or i short time t» be with Mrs. Gassey's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Oar- vln Wilson, and grandmother, Mrs. W. Q. Pounds. For Mother's Day. Mr. a n rl Mr.s. joe Lester were in Poplar Bluff at the former's mother. Mrs. Gertie Lester. Also they visited at Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Green's, Mr. and Mr.s. van Hoys, and Mr. and Mr.s. Lloyd Warren's during th» clay. »ul thli tcUntlftc wvy avoid showing m*nHi>r k«rouftlonkDinol yoiir*r**M<h ma nth HulhK«'i • nodva «ky t>j»t tiu btlt*4 01*07 »anj*D *od rLfU »ho JM(I«r hom cilrndv rnlwr. n«cvausnrc* t*lpa bul£ t 9<re«ih^iirt r4JiH*^e {srh'^i'o'm'h— »0«T«» CMMPt Get The Best AUTO Factory-lrKin«i( mechanics a.sini gfnuin* parts are your assurance of dependable service when you brine your rar to T. I. Seay Mo- lor Co. ... on ;Maln Street. Trr our friendly servta next time! T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. t Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer 121 K. Main Phone 2127 Chaffee, Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs, Horace Lee Wllf and children, Mikn snd Judy, were the week end guests of his parents Jn BatesvlJle. Ark, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack lYammel an^l daughter, Jackie, vlsUerl his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G, E. Trammel. in SJkeston, Mo., during the 'rveek end. ' Mrs. Ed Williams aUenrirt) thi* Luxnra Pnrent-Teachers Association meeting Wednesday. She Installed the officers for next school yenr, Mrs. c. E. Wiley has returned to Seniors Entertained Another of a round of pntertMn- Jncnl honorin? the seniors ".vns piv- *n \fonday ntght when Superintendent nnd Mr.s. Philip J, Ocer complimented them with a din parly nt the Club House. Oth?r guests were the school faculty. \VMU Meets Abernathv Circle of the Bapt Womens Mi55ionRr,v Union n'.is In charge of the Roya] Service program, when twenty-six mpmh^rs met at the church. Monday nleVit. Mrs, Curtis Mlllrr was Iradrr, Mr5. \ Jim McCnllar pave the opening and closing dpvotionals. The openlnq prayer wn.-; given hy Mr^. Charles Lcftwich. Others on the program were Mrs J. D. Rankin. Mrs. Jack Zook. Mrs- Ike Alexander. Mrs. G. B. Craven and Mrs. Glen Whe^r. Mrs. snne a c olo, "T^M It Aeain'\ Mrs, Ed Williams offered the cosinp prayer. Planting Seed We have for sale a limited quantity of Northern Grown WABASH SOYBEANS. OGDEN SOYBEANS. COTTON SEED Henderson - Hoover Sead Co. 61 Soulh Phone 2860 FOR SALE Conrrrlf c«WcTtK, 12 Inrh In ^Jt Inch, plain or rrrnfnrcrd A No Conrrclf Ruililini; Illorks rticap- fr than lumber lor hnrn^. rhlrkrn hnusr.R. pump honors, tenant hon*PS. Innl shrris \\> tlrJivrr Call us for frop rstim,il«. . OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone B01 Tasty Vegetable Casserole Uses Quick-And-Easy RICELAND RICE Savo Time. Effort And Money! Use y RTCELAM) RICE! DBIWE WITH.T. ••'-, CARE thai means Speedometer Repair! IVc fprcUlirc (n tlvlnj; l-d»y service on spmlometer repair fnr all makes nf rars anil trucks. Drive in tomorrow—n-e'H help you DR1VK WITH CARE. T.I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chryslcr-riynioulh Dealer 121 E, Main Phone 2U3 'i\D RICE rrtjttimt nn irr»/rin^. no rinsing) ?io f/rnirtint! 1 , rir> rc-$tcftniint*! (inn fftiick'titif}~rwy IHr.KL.-1Xf) JUC.K nnd ir///i HM fjjurl — in y';;.sf n /r-ir miunlrx — you'// Arn <• ir/iifr. /^"//y t /irr/rrr/v-rooAiv/ rirr. You ran use rjuirk-and-cnsy RICF.I.AND KICK to nia!:o hitnrliviSs of economical. *1clirini;p main ihshos, fapsrrolos. ^pccinltios, soups. sMads and 'Ifp.sorts. Here's just, one example: Hicclanil Hire iuu( Vriirialilr Cas&crolc 2 tnVik v 5ponna mirvcod onions 1 cup peas 1 rup corn 2 cups rook*M Ricoland Rica 3 teaspoon salt { v teaspoon pepper 1'? cups milk Mix hMf of onion with ppn.<<, half with corn. Place P.irf-]nnd Uirr, pea.", corn in separate layers ;n ft prea.sed casserole. 1.eft-over vegetables will ilo nicely. When Fill Are in, nrld the 5» % asoninps and pour the nulU ovr-r the layers of rice and vepptabK-j; in the caFserole. Place the strips of hai'nn on the* top of the last layer. Several rinps of Kreoi\ pepper may alpo he used or, the, top if th^e are on hand. P.ake in a S50' K. oven for approxinmlely no to 40 niin\itr5, or until the strips of bacon are done and the riish of rice and vegetables is lightly Serve tb.* F\Ireland Rice and vr>^o(abl«s ns a Jnnrhcon treat or for the main di^h at tn<* cvcninc- meal. This casserole will make eight delirious servings, Write For Hi<r FKKK Cook Uook Write for your hip FRER Ric^^d RScr- Conk Bonk~2S p ap «, bcamifully illiwtratM in fnli color. 5 L ,i °j' s the f l lliclt Rncl easy way to make wonderfully delicious and economical main d-^hcfl casseroles, Fpcialtics, aonps, salftrls. puddings and dc??firts. It will save you lots of rm>n.;y. \Vnle '.rj Arkansas Rice Crovvora" StnUtrarL Arkansas, for big t'REE Riceland H lC e Cook Book, Qnick-Atul-Masy UIC.ICLAM) HIC1C CdoUs FJufl'y fn .\ !•>>»• Your ^rorrr nov^- hP.s this \vonilorfiil rice ^'hirh co\ik.^ tluft'>' in ju?t A fi'\\ - niinul05. Ho sure you cot the RICEr'.AXn lirninl illiiFtratod ab.ivc. You jiiw notbing extra for Ihc <i'T,rk-aiv!-rnsy, porfecl-cook- Ing qualtly of RICKI.A.ND RICB. Tlic Oiiirk-Aii(l-Kn,«y \Vny To Cook U1C.KI.AM) HlV.K! ' To mnke 3 hfap:n^ rnt^ of while, fi\iflf>*, perfectly- cooked R1CF-T.AXD KICK: (1) Put 1 rup uncnnkM KICKI.AND RICK 2 ri'.ps u'ntor 1 tonsprn^n ^aU in a 2-citiart pancepan, (2) Bring to A vigorous boil, (3) Tern *-)owrj host as !n;vn<> piv^fhlc. Cover s.liice- pan with a \v\. Leave over this low heat for 14 Diinvites, Serve, Black & White Store THANKS YOU for making our Silver Jubilee Sale the biggest Anniversary we've ever had Especially low prices were featured during that big event, but actually low prices are the rule and not the exception at the Black & White Store. For example, compare these prices — these are our LOW EVERYDAY PRICES Day-in and day-out, you'll save! ies Cotton Dresses Men's Athletic Shirts Men's Denim Ove I \ f\ 1 ri If! In ^? <A *V ^k A. A. n • n r> . . „ Ladies Cotton Dresses Sizes n lo 15, 10 to 52, LADIES' UNIFORMS Si/.os 10 lo, .1=1 Men's Athletic Shirts Sizes ;« lo .Ifi wOp MEN'S T-SHIRTS Sizes small, medium, large Ladies' & Children's Shoes PAIR 1.99 Men's Undershorts Sizes US lo 12 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Si/cs M In 17 1.9B Men s Denim Overalls 3(1 lo 42 EXTRA SIXES 44 fo. 50 .. DENIM DUNGAREES Sizes 28 (n 42 . ., l>i/0 Red Kap Work Sets Q49Panls, Size* IJ9! 14 lo 17 M (o 17 MEN'S WORK SHIRTS Sixes 11 (n 17 I. B1RDSEYE DIAPERS 1.99 27 inches square .. doz. FAMOUS SAMSON SHEETS Size XT' x !)!>" .... MATCHING I'll, LOW CASES, each ,|5 C SEV/ING NOTIONS, Save on these everyday .7. ,( P. foales Thread*...Jr. Bias Tape H'rizhfs Kir-Rao »e. Raj-nn Sram "m'nrtlnr"" SPECIAL WEEK-END BARGAINS LADIES DRESSES Reg. 5.95 One Unrk Romain ( rc|K's, wash silks in printed florals S; solid colors. Sizes 4 55 ea. 2 for $9 LADIES SLIPS Rayon Crcpc Ideal for ^rathm- ^ *5 O lion gin..Lace trim | . j «J lop & b n t I o m. I White. I'ink, liliie. • c Sizes :*2 (o 1(1 2 for $2.50 FEATHER PILLOWS Reg. 1.29 11 P a v y licking stuffed with crushed chicken fenih- 01 s. Size 17 x 24 97 BOY'S POLO SHIRTS Reg. 59c Roy Ropers, Howdy Dnody characters. While or ass'l colors Size 2 to 12 50 LADIES BRAS * Reg. 59c Cotton or Sa i i n Circular Stilch While or 1,'ink. A & B Cup. Size 32 lo 38 50 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Reg. 1.69 -|.50 Cool "Linnelle" in fancy prints w i I h while or 'colored hacksrrounds. Size Small, Medium, l,arg« Black & White Store 305 W. Ma in Phone 3149

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