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•ATORDAT, APRIL «, 1*41 BLTTIBTTLLB (AJtX.T OOTTRIElt KIWI ocie ety, 9 Phon« 4461 Miss Lorene Reagan's - wlarriage I* Announced Mr. »nd Mr«. W.C. R*a»an today announced the marria»e of the.lr daughter, Mis* Loren* Reagan to Daniel Russell. The tingle ring ceremony was aolemnlzed Saturday, M»r. 27, at the Assembly of God Parsonage In Steele, with the Rev. H. G. Harrison,! pastor officiating in the presence of Intimate friends and relative*. The bride wore a blue gaberdlna mlt with '.an iiccessorles. She pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder. Mrs. Russell attended school at Half Moon and she is now employed at Thrlfty's Five and Ten. Mr. Russell server! with the army for two and one half years. And the couple will make their home here in Blytheville where he is engaged in business. i * * • Mrs. Moses Entertains Beta Sigma, Phi Chapter ^Mrs. Andrew Moses entertained iVg/tnbeM of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi yesterday afternoon at her home. Five new rushecs, Mrs. Toy Etchl- eson, Mrs. T. J. Bailey, Mrs. Lewis Hubener, Mrs. Roy Morris and Mrs. S. W. PYelman were welcomed by Mrs. Gilbert Dee Hammock, president of thr club, who was also in charge of the business meeting and program. \ . Jimmy Deal, of Deal's Paint Store, / 'was the guest Beaker. He gave ?• helpful hints on interior decorating and how to se.'ect wallpaper to make rooms look either smaller or larger. During the business meeting, plans were completed for the Ritual , of Jewels, which will b« held in the Mirror Room of the Hotel Noble on Founder's Day. April 30, at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Ted Lyster and Mrs. Barnes Crook transferred from the Alpha Alpha chapter to this chapter and attended the meeting yesterday. The home was attractively decorated with bouquets of mixed Spring flowers for the affair. Refreshments of assorted party food.^ and iced drinks were served by thi; .lostcss. rs. Reynolds Is Hostess Recent* Bride Mrs. Billle Joe Howell of Holland Mo., \vas before her marriage Sun day, Mar. 28. in Piggott, Ark., ML« Betty Jane Edington, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Edington o Holland. Bits of News Graeiy Mage« of Carlisle. Ark irrlved today to ipend the weekeiv at guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Sea .nd family and Mrs, Bertie Hawk ind son, Randall. Mrs. Krneet woods was admilte to the St. Bernard Hospital i Jonesboro Wednesday, where sli will undergo a minor operation. M Woods Is there wilh her. John Bruce Wilson, who Is a student at Northwest College, Sena- tobla, Miss., it spending his spring vacation here with his mother, Mrs. Blockard, James Weather and iandra Saliba Winners In Baby Show "Th* declsloij of the judiw will* (final," an th* content rule* aUUd,' but that didn't keep KRW M disappointed mothers of Blythevtlle from questioning the Integrity o( thru iudgen who named little (Ully Blackard, daughter of Mr. and MM. Marshall Blackard, cutest llrl; Jame Owen Weather, »on of MY. and „ ...„ Mrs. John O. Wealher, cute«t boy, j o. K. b. Olub meelln* al thi horn* and Sandra, Kay 8alib*>, daughter of of Mr«. Henry Humphreys with Mlu Mr. and Mrs Eddie Salitw, tha moat !la Rot«ra t* hoaleM. lalented child in the Bet» Baby Re-!' Women'e MLulonary Union of view, sponsored by B*U| 8l*ma Phi, I Firat Baptlat phureh meeting at Coming Evtnts Social Calendar Monday Molllllon Club will mnel «t th« Colonial Room of th« Hotel Neblt at S:00 p.m. for a biuinew m*«(lng. Suita'oy to •• in the high Mhool auditorium la at night. Approximately forty -HMle tlrli dressed in their prettle«t and frll- llcst bib and tuckeri paraded coyly before Judges, while fldiety mothers waited nervously behind tht stage doors. Second and third winners for the cutest girl contest went to Marietta Graves, daughter of Mr. the church for builnew. St. Stephen* BpUcopal Auxiliary will meet with MiV. J. D. McDowell at her homt at «:00 p.m. Weslejran Guild of Krul M«th»- d!»t Church meetini al the church with Ulit Eutopl* Whtlworth a* hoateu at 1:SO p.m. Women'a Society of ChrUtuui Service of the First Methodist More than LOW BaptLH ehurchM affiliated with the Arkantaa B*p- tint aUU Convention will obawv* Centennial Sunday, tomorrow, Pu- tor» h»v« been reunited by ,th« R«v. B. O. Brown, putor of trta i First BaptlAl • Church here, and pre*ld*nt of *h« ArkanuM BaptUt State Contention. >nd other member* of tht Centennial Commute*, to bring a m«ut« •mphaaudruj the Centennial Convention ob)*ctiv»«. B. B. Wilson. Mrs. W. H. Caldwell and sons, D«vid and Billy ami Mrs. J. A. and Mrs. O. B. Graves, and Mnda 1 Church meeting at the church tor Lee Blankenshtp, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Haskell Blankenship Jr. In a typically male fashion, the little boys all but balked before entering the stage, but once they'd gained the spotlight they were inclined to want to »lay. One Wtla _.,.,, boy decided to use Ingenuity to win. Davis of Blytitvillc and Mrs. Bob) He p i By ( nUy b(t » te n ow contender Ethrldge of Birmingham, Ala., h*vej on the Mr ensert .^ther from off gone to Houston, Miss., where they will visit relatives. They will also visit oilier points in Mississippi before returning home. Mrs. Paul Human and daughter. Marilyn Sue, are spending two weeks in Knoxville, Tenn., with rela- lives. Mrs. Alma MoNclll returned yesterday from Jackson and Mcrlrtian. Miss., where she had been visiting buslntM at 1:JO p.m. Y. W. A. of Ihe rinl Baptist Church meeting at Ihe home of MLw June Buchanan at 1:Jo p.m. "Backward Party" Given By Dell Supper Club Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Hays and Mr. and Mrs. Vance Henderson were hosts and hostesses Thursday lo members of the Dell Slipper club and their guests, with a "Backward Party" at the Legion Hut at 8:00 p.m Dinner was served at tables ar- I MnTntt"* 1 ranged in "U" shape and covered n c id. with white cloths. Bouquets of mixed Spring flowers were placed on the tables and on the fireplace mantle. Pastel tapers In crystal candelabra were also placed on the tables. Guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kemer. who are new members and Miss Martha Frances Stevens. Todd Harrison, Mr. and his/slick horse, and came out with one of Hie lop honors. Hft was little Mike Caraway, ton ot Mr. and Mra. T. H. Caraway, who placed third. Mel Hughes, son of Mr. and Mr«. Lynn W. Hughes, took home second honors in this group. The judges named Donna Drum- wiichl. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Drumwrlght. second relative* tar th. „*«» »!,,..„" ..I." I place winner In Ihe. talent riivlalon., ™™ e *. tm lh . e na ? 1 tnr ' c *•«•>»•! Most 0( t , show WM ,t the home of Mr*. O. V. Daws. ' ThurwU.V Mid-Week Olub meeting at Ihe Trl-Town Bridie Olub being eiv ertained al (he home of'Mrs. Harry N. Whills, La Neuve Club meeting al the home of Mrs. Clarence S. Webb. Tuesday Bridge olub being eriter- lalned at a limchebn at the home of Mrs. Rlley B. Jours In Manila, Wedne*d»y B. H I. M. Club being entertained at tha home, of MM. Leon Scherer. Avalon Bunco Club meeting at tha home of Mrs. Haskell Blankenship. B. R. 0. Club belnit entertained The Rev. K. O. Brown haa chown for hla nermon tomorrow morning "Our Heritage". He will apeak on "Time I» Now" at the evening aer- vtcea at the church. The Rov. Mr. Brown will al*o deliver a aermon al the Ully Street Baptlit Chapel at «:X> a,m tomorrow with the urn* aermon u that of the Writ Baptlat. The convention WM organlied at Tulip, Ark., Sept. 91, 1UI, and thli Centennial , Sunday observance ii the (Irtt of a 'number o( apeclal emphatla. which will be obwived by the more than' 100,000 Arkan- ui BaptleU, It U planned at thU lime to hold a apeclal day celebration at Tulip, on Sept. 21. The climax of the Centennial CeWbratlon will be thi annual session of the Convention lo be held al the Immanuel Baptist Church, Uttle Rock, Ark,, November 1« through 1». The session will close wllh » Centennial Convention pageant In the Robinson Auditorium the laal night of Lh« convention. I mud hay* tu*4 my (rtgaretU lighter beca.UM I hid n« matchee on m*." Both Blocker and Airuworth atat- ed that Blocker and the Rice girl were to have gone to a place called Cottonwood Corner, which la a ahort dl«t*.ne* from the Holder home, and wall for Alntworlh's return. The of ft cere quoted Blocfer aj «ay- Ing that he and the woman went to Ihe aul«ned tpot and waited for Alniworth but that he never returned. Blocker told the officer* that he ata'rted to .Leave but that hU truck would not 'atari and that a mlneJ* are a fnajuaaBt ( hard (Urtint fceubU*. ' A ««• ,'" coating on th« tennlnal* tnd^ate* ! corrosion whi^i rae./ reduce ot ia- terrupt Uw~ now " ' Food Lockm ForlUnt the While there she also visited i,, ci . . . .. . . , Pllprlmafre in Natchez ' »«»*»<* to lne accompaniment of Miss Laura swain left yesterday' lussing * nd tlre(l cnlldr( ' n •**<>'& for Washington University, St. Louis, where she Is a student, after spending her Easter holidays with her mother, Mrs. L. R. Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hara.'son left today for selma, Ala., where they will spend several days with her brother, Lieut, and Mrs.'chnrlcs [ E. Llmbird. Lieutenant Llmblrd at Cm J. M. Gillesple received word yes- been allowed to "show off" way past their bed time, and also to the accompaniment of whispered encouragement of mothers, which may have been tinged with a slight threat. Judges were Mrs. Leon Denning, J. L. Gunn. and W. P. Pryor. The finalist for the girls were: Virginia Ann Robinson. Barbara LaFerney. Sandra Kay Saliba. Nancy Ann Lawson. Lucy Crawford, Con- home of Mr*. C. A. Cunningham. Friendly Eight club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Jack Matheny. Olub Eight meeting al the home of Mrs. Paul Jobe. Thursday Luncheon Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Russell PhllltrM. Thunday Night Club meeting fit the home of Mrs. W. A. 8ttckmon. Thursday Contract Club bring en- Mrs. Russell Hays, Mr. and Mrs. u. ,.i. LTjjic^iic ic^civeu woia ves- "'"• "«•>•-<"•.. i.v.^j w .«".«.».. uv .. , ii. u« t m<«. r- terday of the death of his brotherj "'c Crawford. Carol Ann CaldweuV t«»alned at the home o( Mr». G. Hiram Gillesple, who died Thursday morning, in geles, Calif. a hospital In Los An- Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ebcrdt returned Thursday from • a 10 day vacation to points of interest in Texas. They visited their' daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDonald and n AlnKa FUta Runrn flliri' w - D - Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Shero rtipna oeia ounce ^iuo ( man Washburn and Mr and Mrs . Mrs. T. C. Cox and Mrs. Fred| T «" Johnson oi Joiner. Boyett Sr., were guests yeslerdayi when Mrs. E. R. Reynolds enter-1 M lss PeegV Johnson Wed tained members of the Alpha Beta —• _.°' — ~* _ _ Bunco Club at her home. During the afternoon when bunco was played Mrs. Lane Nowell won high, Mrs. Paul Wallace low and Mrs. Joel Francis bunco. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated 'with bouquets of mixed Spring flowers. daughter. Frances, in Dallas, before returning home. Members of Blytheville Girl Scout Troop 2 are in Memphis today where, they will visit the Pjnk Pal- Refreshments were served by the hostess. * • • Mrs. Hardy Entertains C. B. C. Club Members Mrs, A. A. Hardy was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the C. B, C. Club nt her home. When bridge games were played, Mrs. Hardy won high. Mrs. O. O. Elkins, second and Mrs. Paul Byrum, Toolro. Lilacs, jonquils and hyacinths decorated entertaining rooms of the home for the occasion. A dessert course was served. • » • Mrs. Taylor Entertains Club Members, Guests Mrs. Max Logan and Mrs. Albert t _3"aylor were ruests yesterday when ir-Atrs. Harmon Taylor entertained members of the Friday Bridge Club at her home. When bridge games were played during the afternoon, prizes were won by Mrs. Monroe Grain, hijn and Mrs. Toby Long, second high. I Entertaining rooms of the home held attractive arrangements of mixed Spring flowers. The hostess served a dessert course. • • • Mrs. Blakemore Hostess To Jolly Eight Club Mrs. Neville Blakemore was hostess at her home Thursday to members of the Jolly Eight Club. During the afternoon when hook games were played, prizes were woi 1 by Mrs'. Blakemore, high, Mrs. Harold Henson, second and Mrs. Haskell Blankenship rooko. 1 Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with bouquets of narcissus and hyacinths. A dessert course was served by the hostess. Do Dnna Stevens, Drumrlghl, Linda Lee Mary Kay E - Keck - Jim H»nry Makes Talk To State Beta Club Jim Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs Wilson Henry of nlythevllle, who Is a high-school senior al Blytheville High School wait among the apeak- ers at a reception hel* in the Holel Marlon yesterday afternoon »t the 2nd annual meeting of Arkansas Bea Clubs, now meeting in Little Rock Miss Betty Boyd, local dramatic* e«cher spoke before the group this morning, Severn! members of the local Beta Club are In Little Rock this week for the convention, which has delegate! attending from the 34 Arkansas chapters of Ihe club, and from six chapters in Missouri. man in t car (th* man wu later identified a» Deputy Sheriff Marvin Phillip* of Caraway) gave hli truck a push to tet it started and that he and the woman returned lo Leach- vllle. Search for Holder'a killer led to I-eachvllle the fallowing day (Thursday) when Depuly Sheriff PhtlUpe earned from persona living near Ihe acene of Ihe clime that a truck similar to Blocker'a had been seen i In that vicinity several tlmea Wed- ! n*»dky night. Mlatt* Otncen Auli* Blocker was arrested In Leachvllle Thuraday afternoon by Sheriff William Beiryman of Blytheville and tha Oralghead County officer! and wa« taken to the Cialghead County jail In Jonesboro where he Is reported to Imve confessed his part In the crime, Implicating Alnsworth and the Rice woman, The officers then began *n extensive ,search for Alnsworlli and Ihe wonion who were said to have Rone lo Maiden. Mo. Two olhci men, Harvey GeoiRe, 1. of I^anhvllle and fiessle Blev- lns. 25, of Moncltc, a relative of Blocker, are also being held for aid- Ing Alnsworth In his night, Craighead County officers stated, The officers slated that Oeorge Is accused of giving Alnswoitli clean clothes and helping him burn his blood-stained old ones and that Cold M«at Curiitf S Expert ProeMcin* * Quick FrmlBg for HMM ! Freezer* i Groceries - M*at* - Fish BLAYLOCK Frozen Food Photic «OI ! 21nl A Main To John E. Matthews Jr. In a brilliantly solemnized double ring ceremony nt the Dundee. Bao- tist Church in Tunica. Miss.. Wednesday afternoon March 31, at 5 o'clock. Miss Peggy Ramelle Johnson, daughter ot Mrs. Eugene Gates Johnson of Maud, Miss., became the bride of John E. Matthews Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Matthews Sr. of Tunica, Miss, and formerly of Blytheville. The ceremony was read by the Rev. Barney Walker, pastor of the Tunica Baptist Church, before an altar decorated white floor baskets of gladioli in pastel shades and stock against a background of smi- !ax and Woodwardia ferns. A -program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Eichue Denton Jr., pianist, and Miss Virginia Lee Neevsotn. vocalist, both of Tunica. Miss Katherine Sides of Dundee, Miss., maid of honor, wore an apii- cot faille frock fashioned with .in off the shoulder effect. The very full bouffant skirt worn over hoops featured a bow at the back which formed a bustle. She carried blue i ctelphlum and carnations tied with matching ribbon. ML<LS Nancy Lee Harris, of Memphis, Team., cousin of the bride. Miss Mary Dona Matthews, sister of the groom and Muss Mary Luiville ace, Brooks Memorial Art' Gallery i Missouri Waltz, piano solo, by Jean the zoo and the airport. The girls' "'• ' """ "" "" who went are Millie Ann Bradley, Mary Kav Crafton. Donna Dcdman. Patricia Fisher. Martha Ann Foster, Bettie Lee Garrell. Nancy Jo Ham- Blankenshlp, Joll y Kght Club meeting at the home of Mra, Harold Henson. Friday C. B. C. Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. O. O. Elklns. ers, Mike Caraway. Jimmy Lee Med- Alpha Beta Bunco Club meeting lin. Stuart Hoke, Bill Hayen, Hadley at the riome of Mrs. Paul Wallace. Hayes. J.. and M«I Hughe«. . I Trlday Bridge Club members Specialities numbers for the «how meeting at the home ot Mm. Monroe Grain. Woman's Club having "Bring A Dish Luncheon" at the clubhouse at 1 o'clock. Sally Blackard, and Marietta Graves. Finalist* for the boys were: John Smothermon, James Owen Weath- included an Hawalin Drum Dance by Jimmy Frances demons, accompanied by Jimmy Phillip* on drums; Martin; quartette selections by the Clouds of Joy; Dance Ballerina Dance by Grace McKnight; vocal solo. "My Man", by Barbara Jean Saliba; and vocal solo, "I'm My by. Kay Lunsford, Linda Rayrier, °wn Grandma." by Alice Priest. Dorothy Shepherd. Donna Sykes,! Mrs - Eddie Saliba played accom- Linda Taylor. Gall Whitsitt and! paniments for the specialties and Mary Alice and Anita Wroten. They! also played as the entrants paraded. were accompanied by Mrs Cecil | across the stage. Wroten. Mrs. j. w. Rayder and Miss Sunshine Knight, troop leader. Mrs. John Moore Fields of Mem- , phis, is spending the weekend here I as guest of Mrs. A. A. Hardy and family. C. w. Ramey Is seriously ill In the Memphis Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Ramey and sons. Preston and J. P. Ramey of Blytheville are there Jack Perry. Richmond R. Counts, and Frank Perry of Hollywood, | Miss., William L. Leake, of Tubta, I Miss., and Steve Jarrott Powell of Crenshaw, Miss. Junior groomsman was Robert W. Frank. Mrs. Eugene Gates Johnson, mother of the bride wore a frock of grey crepe. She pinned at her shoulder, a corsage of cammilias. At The Hosoitals Rlythevllie Hiwpltil Dis.smis.sed: Carolyn Cochran, city. Mrs. John Hicks, city. Mrs. Alice Simmons, city. Mrs. p. H. Raspberry, city. Walla Hmplt*! Dismissed: Mrs. Orlle Inman, Steele, Mo. Mis. H. T. Houser, city. Mrs. Laura Hardy, Haytl. Mo. Mrs. Floyd Seay. Veterans Houa- ing Quarters. Emily Huffman, city. n- >ny. a reception was held at the Armistead of Lula, Miss., were bridesmaids and junior bridesmaid was Kay Frank, niece of the bride. Their dresses in ice blue faille were identical to the one worn by the maid of honor. Each carried arm bouquets of delpbium and aprico- carnations with matching ribbon. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, wore a gown of whire slipper satin. The, fitted bodice was fashioned with a high neckline and a graceful fold of white satin and rosepoinl lace about the shoulders. The long fitted sleeves ended in calla lily points, at the wrists with rose point lace inserts. The very full 'ruffled skirt extended into 'a princess train. Her veil'of illusion! fell from a rosepoint lace cap, embroidered in seed pearls. Her bouquet of white camellias was centered with a white orchid | showered with lilies of the valley. Curtis Joe Matthews, served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Phillip D. Turner, of Tunica, home of the bride's mother. After the reception, Mr. and Mrs. Matthews left for a brief wedding trip to New Orleans, La., before returning to Dundee, Miss,, where Mr. Matthews is associated wit'.i his brother in business. Out of town people from Blytheville for ihe wedding were his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Matthews and Curtis J. Little, his aunts, Mrs. Fred Fleeman and Miss Marguerite Matthews. Mr. Fleeman and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker. with him. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Phillips and son. Chuck of Savannah, G». r are visiting Mrs. Phillips' mother, Mm. A. J. Pipkin for several weeks. Mrs. Mrs. John E Matthews Sr.. mother Phillips is the former Miss Doris of the bridegroom, was gowned In blue crepe with a shoulder corsage of camellias. Immediately following the cere- Pipkin. Mrs. George Dillon and ion, John Carlson of Stuttgart, Ark., are visiting her cousins, Mrs. Odie Freeman and Mrs. Doshia Mick and friends for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Tarpley are spending the weekend in Cotton Plant, Ark., ai guests of Mr. Tarpley's grandmother. Mrs. Shelll* Mann and his brother, Billy Tarpley and family. Tom A. Little Jr., returned home yesterday from Memphis where he underwent plastic surgery. Condition of Judge Roland Green, who was dismissed from the Memphis Methodist Hospital Thursday, is satisfactory. Civic Calendar Mnnriar J'intor Chamber of Commerce, Board of Direclors^1:30 p.m. •f Tuesday City Election Day. Army.Day Celebration. Lion's Club—13:15 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Bparr 1 meeting—2:30 p.m. Reserve Officers Association—7:30 p.m. American Legion—8:00 p.m. American ' Legion Auxiliary—1:00 p.m. Wednesday Kiwanls club—12:10 p.m. Thnnday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. Mrt. Vinson Hostess To Demonstration Club Mrs. C- A. Vinson was hMle at her home in Armorel Thursday to members of the Armorel Home Demonstration Club with * potluck luncheon. Fifteen members and on« visitor, Mrs. Milton Bunch al- lended. The devotional was given by Mrs. W. O. Anderson and Mrs. Taft Metzger presided over the business meeting at , which plan* for highway beautlfication were dlscusMd. The hosleM n.wUrted by her daughter, Miss Peggy Vin»on, «erv- ed refreshment*. G. I. Caudttll Dies At T«nn«is»« Horn* O. E. Caudell, brother-ln-la* of Mrs. W. L smith of Blyth«ville, died 1 at hi* home in Covlngton, Tenn., at 11:00 o'clock last nl|ht following a heart attack. Funeral services for Mr. Caudell will be conducted tomorrow at 11:00 a. m In Ihe Maley» Funeral Home In Covington. Mr. and Mrs. .Tame* Rmlth, and Mr, and Mrs. Aldroun Smith ol LllbourneV Mo., will accompany Mr and Mrs. W. L Smilh of Blytheville to Covington for the funeral. Mr. Caudell In »urvlved by hla wife, Bstella Biankenxhlp Caudell, one . daughter and on* brother, Caurtell of Virginia, Blevlns wns charged with giving the fugitive a ride to Maiden. Blevlns Is said to have told the officers thnt Alnsworth cnme lo his home early Thursday morning and nuked for Iransporlatlon to Maiden and that he took him lo Ihe Southeast Missouri town and let him out, returning to Leachvllle. He said he did not learn of the murder unlll he returned lo Lench- vllle. Hblder was still nlive when motorists found him H short time laler but he died while en route lo a doctor'* office In Caraway. A billfold containing $2000 was found in the dead man's clothing. The billfold h*d been pierced by tlie bullet from Alnsworlh's gun. Oralghead County ortlctn snld that they would tile first-degree murder charges against the trio by information In Circuit Court laler today. , Funeral services for Mr. Holder | will be conducted at 3 p, in. tomorrow at the Church of God In Caraway. Political Announcements Th« courier Nejri hu been authorized to announce th« following candidates, aubject to th« general city election, April 8: and the Democratic Primary, July 20th and August'3rd: , • . FOR AI.DRKMAH (Flmt Ward) Jeue M. Whit* Harry Taylor L. 0. (Bud) Pwey Jr. (Second Ward) J. L: (Jodie) Nabert • FO* CITY CI.KRK • Larry Kneai W. I, (Bill) Malta COUNTY TKEASintE* Frank Whltworth COUNTY COURT CLEM Elizabeth Blyth* FOR COKONZK E. M. HOLT FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Herbert T. flhippen j STATE KEFKESENTATITI 1 Leslie N. "Dukle" Speck Fnr County Jndgt Roland Green For Circuit Court Harvey Morrl* Read Courier newa Want Ada. CONFESSION (Continued from Pare 1) it thve« or four times, "He kept fighting me and I hlL him two or three more time.v" "By this Llm« we were both on the right side of th« cab and be I (Holder) WRK on top of me. I had my linger, on the trigger and grabbed my hand again and the gun went off." "I didn't think the bullet hit him," Ainsworth Ls reported lo have said, "he kftpt fighting me. "I op- I ened the door and .slid out and i when I (iot outside be grabbed me ' figaln bul I got aw*y and hit him again." "The last time T saw him, h* wns sitting beside his car," AInswortn wa» reported to hftve Said. Denie* Unlng T»rch Afnsworlh denied that he saturated Holder and the truck with gasoline und then set fire to both, "I don't remember doing It," he was reported to have isRid, "and If I did SHIELDING DOES IT! LOOK! WHAT MOTHERS HAVE WAITED FOR ... Day & Niqht Nursery FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGESI Here's what folks with children hav« wanted for a long time I A re.-ponslble, safe place to leave their childrm while shopping, going to a movie or on n trip. Meals are available, as well as cleai, NEW beds. NURSERY OPENS ON APRIL <th Just -iVt Blocks North of Main Street •n Second Street CALL 2350 FOR IDT Hour Rate Day Rate Week Rate ARTIE'S NURSERY 313 North 2id St. ATTENTION, LADIES! Ho not confuse the WASHERETTE with olher lyp«B of self service laundry*. YOU DONT DO anything here hut bring your clothes and sort them out like yon want them washed. WE DO AM, THE REST! Brin* them hy any time and return at your convenience. No appointment necessary—bundles finished roujh-dry ready to iron or wear, in approximately out hour— damp dry ready to hang on the line in 35 minute* and we furnish the soap FREE! Take advantage of this modern, economical service and make wash-day just another stop on your ihoppinc list. WASHERETTE AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY Business Hours—7 a. nj to 5 f. m. Open Until 9 p. m on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays Phone 9fi6 . Main at Division For quick ttarti in wet w*ath*r Install FOI III1TIH SYSTEMS OR CIITSLER-PLYMOITI cm Avoid tttllini caused by driving rein tt melting mow. r*roteet your ignitioa ayatem with M5PA* EvT-Dry Shielding. It't the new way to keep irxrk plup end connee- tiena dry 4* wctteit day*. 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