The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1954 · Page 29
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 29

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 21, 1954
Page 29
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.V COIIWHl !flWi ?A£E MVUNTEEH GIFT FROM "DOWN UNDER"—Sir Percy C. Spender, Australian ambassador to the U. S, and Kitty Comer, of Alexandria, Va., look at "Topsy" and "Digger," new gifts to the Washington, D. C, *oo. The great gray kangaroos are a gift of Mrs. Esther VanWaggoner Tufty. Kitty accepted the animals on behalf of the children of America. Two Theories Some naturalists think the middle western prairies always were treeless; being too level and swampy for trees to grow .while another theory is that the Indians burned away the forests - to make more grazing land for bison and to drive out game. Snake Upsets Trip CLIFTON FORGE, Va. ind Mrs. Roy K. Dot*on were en route by auto to do shopping when Mrs. Dotson noted a four-foot snake under her feet. While Dotson tried to swing off the highway to park Mrs. Dotson hurriedly transferred to the rear seat only to find the snake had beat a retreat underneath the front seat while she went over it. Dotson cut his hand trying to kill the snake, which finally cook refuge under the back seat. A reluctant Mrs. Dotson entered the front seat and kept a keen eye on the back while Dotson drove into town. He got medical treatment for the cut hand and help in dislodging the reptile. _ It was identified a« a harmless variety. Home for Deer ROCKFORD, HI. If) — Stephanie, an amputee doe, has found shelter in the home of Harold J. Williams. She has learned to share the quar- i ters with,other orphaned and hurt) deer, Rudy, a little buck deer, and | June, another doe. Celebration Coming > BANGKOK yp| — The .government has appointed a committee to plan "elaborate celebrations" in Thailand on the 2500th year of the Buddhist era. According- to the Thai Buddhist calendar, that year begins Jan. 1, 1957. Come in With The Personnel at Your Friendly Black & White Store; We want to Know You Better! ! A. B. C. D. E. Manager (W. M.) Office (J.G.) Mens & Boys Ready-to-Wear Dept. (F. H.) (P. A.) Piece Goods (B. E.) Childrens & Lingerie \v GET ACQUAINTED SPECIALS Pauline Alexander Flossie Hill Bernice Evans Alberta Walton Juanita Graham Walter Manser Sweaters A brilliant array of colors and combination* for campus or casual living. Cardigans, slipovers, and boxy »tyles. Your choice of wool*, orlona or vicara. tJOA t<V MW *1 | to J LADIES SWEATERS and SKIRTS New Fall Skirts The latest fashions in slim, pleated or gored skirts. A wide color range in solids, plaids, or checks. T, BOYS WESTERN JEANS Heavy weight white back denim. Brown—Sizes 4 to 12. Blue—Size 6 to 16. Pr. DOUBLE BLANKETS Don't fail to see these. They are thick, soft, warm blankets of 5 per cent wool, 95 per cent cotton—extra strong and durable. Luxorous wide satin bindings. Rose, blue or green plaids. Size 70" x 80", doubled. BLACK & WHITE STORE MEET ALL THE FOLKS WHO HELP PROVIDE YOU WITH THE FINEST DRY CLEANING SERVICE Manager (C. F.) Office Mgr. (A.M, B. Curtis Freeman Artie Mae Bryant Charlie Billingsley Johnny Goodman Call 2-2433 and let us pick up jour wearables for the best and most modern cleaning job in town. And be sure to let us clean your summer things, too, feeler* you put them away. IX Route Man (C.B.) Route Ma* (J.G.* PEERLESS CLEANERS Phone 2-2433 416 S. Franklin We Want to Know You! Want to acquaint you with our services! B. Buyer (E. M. S.) Expert Repair Work Our service department is equipped with the best of equipment used to service all makes typewriters, adding machines, mimeoghaph, duplicators, cash registers and check writers. Each machine is completely dis-assembled and treated with government approved Actusol chemical solvent, given a hot bath, and blowed with air until thoroughly dry. It is then given a solvent and oil bath, re-assembled and worn parts replaced. E. Mechanic (F. W.) Fletcher Witoon Essie M. Scruggs Donna Lou Smith Ruth Edward* C. Secretary (D. L. S.) We Carry 2400 items-you do not Have to go out of Blytheville for Your Office Needs! Office Furniture & Supplies We Rent or Sell New and Used Machines We are authorized dealers for Smith-Corona typewriters and R. C. Allen adding machines. We sell all makes of portable typewriters including Royal, Remington, Underwood, and Smith-Corona. We also carry Remington, Smith-Corona, Clary, and Victor adding machines and the Speed-0-Print mimeograph machine—also cash registers. • COSCO OFFICE CHAIRS • STEEL FILE C All NITS • OFFICE DESKS • BINDERS • LEDGER SHUTS • SAFES • ENGINEERING SUPPLIES • ESTERBROOK DESK PENS Don Edwards Co. T12 W. Walnut —Blyffhtrillt), Ark.— Phone POptor MM2

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