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lATOWUY, M, MM BLTTRIIVrLLB (ARK.T OOURTBII WBW1 etui Pkon* 4461 Harry A. Haines to Wed incy Holbrook Shuford Engagement Is Announced Ur. and Mr*. Bdwtn Harold Bhuford o< Hickory, N. C,, today announce th« engagement and approaching mirrlata of their daughter, MU« Nancy Holbrook Shuford, to Harry Albert Halnei, son of Mr and Mrs. Harry Wllmer Hair*.. Plan, for the wadding, to b* aol- •mnlard Saturday, May M In Hickory, will b« announced later. Mlaa ahuford la a graduate of Woman'a Ooll«|a of the Unlveralty oi North Carolina, Qreeruboro, wher* aha received h*r A. B. degre* In personnel psychology While a • Indent* there aha wat a member of tha Dlckean Society and a Bicktan marahal. Por tha paat two yeara ah« haa a«rY«d aa aaslatant peraonnal director ol tha Or anil* Fall*. Manufaotiirlng oompany In Hickory. Mr. Halnei. a graduate of Blytheville High School, will receive hit degree In jQUrnallam at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, In June and will do postgraduate work there during the fning aununer. He la a member the Phi Delta Thete. fraternity the Unlver!lty where he returned following two years with the Army Air Torcei Including six month* aerrlc* with the Army ol Occupation In the Pae-lfta. Miss Hardy Guest Speakei ,At Woman'i Club Meeting MiM Roaa Hardy, principal of Blytheville High School, wax guest speaker yesterday at the Woman's Club meeting at the clubhouse. Miss Hardy chose as her topic, "Ameiican Home and Youth Conservation." In her speech, she discussed good homes and the security of children In the home. Miss JuaniU Eberdt. spoke on the aubject. "Future Homemakers of America", after which Miss Marlon Mayes read the poem. "Song," by Henry V/adsworth Longfellow. The girls quartette composed ol Miss Leta Rose Castlio, Mi5S Mary Margaret Auten, Miss Patsy Pope and Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann and accompanied by Miss Barbara Mon- ugham at the piano, sang "Home Sweet Home." During the. business meeting, pre- ed over by Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer. -eport wa> given by the nominat- j r.omniiltee on the. new officeis to serve for the next two years. They were Mrs. Jesse, tyl. White, pre-sl- dent, Mrs. Robert E. VanHooser, first vice-president, Mrs. Ray Hall, i second vice-pre-sldent, Mrs. W. R. I Campbell, secretary, Mrs. Buford Young, treasurer and Mrs. W. S. : Johnston, assistant treasurer. Mrs. ] J. A. Sallbn was elected to serve two years as trustee and Mrs. Ken- : dall Berry to serve lor one year as trustee. Hostessec for the meeting were Mrs. Harry Tritzius, Mrs.. Bert Mayo, Mrs. Ous Eberdt, Mrs. iA Ferguson and Mrs. Don Haley. » • • County Meeting Is Held By Baptist W. M. U.'« Th< Women's Missionary Unions '. of Baptist Churches from all of Mississippi County, met yesterday at the First Baptist Church here, for an all da* meeting beginning at 10:30 &. m. i The Osceola group was in charge of the program on the subject of "Building The Kingdom." Mrs- R. H. Jones of Luxor a, who was elected president, presided over the meeting. Mrs. C. R. McWaters of BlythevIUe. led in the opening prayer and Mrs. A. L. Wright gave the devotional, entitled "The Power of the Keys." Mrs. R, A. Roberts gave the inspirational message on ^'Evangelism In Arkansas." Following the morning session, a luncheon wa» served in the recreational rooms of the church with Mr* Charles Ray ffewcomb and her committee in charge of the arrangements. Immediately following the luncheon report* on the state convention were given by Mrs. John Bearden oT Leachville, Mrs. t, A. Steed of O.sceola and Mrs. Ebb Carson of Blrtheville. Mrs. J«np« presided over the business w.s5lon which wfi.s followed by a Qiite program. Mr.s. Steed dismissed the meeting wtlh prayer. * • • C. B. C. Club Meet* With Mrs. C. S. Dowdy Mrs. C. S. Dowrty entertained members of the C. B. 0 Club yesterday »t her home. When rook games were played prizes were won by Mrs. A. A. Hardv' hitrh. Mn. R. A. Copeland. second' iind Mrs. o. O. Mklns, rooko. The home held atlractlYt a r - rangemnnt* of mixed Spring flowers A salad piste with Iced drinks was served by !he hostess. Bits of taws Jack Marth Jr. arrived home Thursday fiom the Navy after receiving an honorable discharge. Me hurt been stationed In China (or some time and had been In Nnvy /or two years. tho . Mrs. J. J. Johnson and Mra. O, Shonyc returned home yesterday Irom Johnson City. Tenn., where they spent ten days visiting Mrs Johnson'a brother, Charln C. John son. who U erltlcally 111 In pllnl there. a hoe- Mr«. W, W. McNelll h>s returned home Irom Jackson, Mls«., where she visited her lister, Mrs. Carrie Dyer * d other relatlvn (or thrte weeks. Mrs. Martha Biker Driven who formerly m»d« her hom« on Chick asawba Ave., U now making he home In Hot Springs, Ark. Mr. «nd Mrs. Marry W. H»lnes Vmv« at their weekend jue«u Mr. Unlnes 1 rephiw, Mr. »nd Mr(. Kenneth Haines and sons, Stephen, Rojiuld and John, all o( Hummond, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bllllngsley, Mra. Ixjuls Proclor and Miss I .eon* Carter, .pent yesterday In Mtnphls where Mr. Bllllngsley alteuded « U.S. Royal Tir« Convention at the Hotel Olaridge. Harvey Morris, Murray Smart, n. A. Lynch, P. E. Cooley and Alvln Huffman, Jr. wer« In Little Hoc-k yesterday where they attended a meeting of th« Greater Little Rock Chamber Hotel Marlon. of Commerce at Ml.s.s Nancy Holbrook Shuford's engagement to Harry Albert Halnos, Banquet and Prom Held At Osceo/a High School OSCEOLA, Ark., April 24. — The .Junior and Senior Banquet and Prom was held last nljiht at the Osceola High School Auditorium. Approximately 04 members attended the formal ••Soirtucrn Plantation Party." Coming Events S«cial Calendar Monday 9. I. O. Olub betiif .nteiuiutd at tha horn* of Mr». T. H. Oaraway, Wom«n'« Missionary Union of Mill Baptist Church will meal In circle groups at 2:30 p.m. chcle out will meet with Mra. T. w, Jeff- erle», Circle Iwo, Mra. Roy Morris, Clrcla Three, Mrs. Ru.well M«rr Clrcl« Jour, Mn. Melvln Halsell, Circle Five, Mrs. I. n. DoShsto and Circle Six, J. E. MrFnrlniul. Tuesday Trl-Town Bridge Olub „„..„ fnUrlalned al lh« Hole! Noble bj Mrs. Oarvard dunlin. La Nueve Club being eiilnlntned at tha hom« of Mrs. Jack Thomas H>l>. Tuesday Bridge Club members meeting at lha home of Mrs. Uoyd Stlckmon. >. H. T. M. Olub bdl'm entertained at tht hom« of Mrs. Fred Bov- «lt Jr. B, R, 0. Club meeting at the' horn* of Mra. Karl Dnmon, Town and Country Club members being erfterlalned «t tin home of Mra. J. O. Ellis Sr. Wednesday Brldg. Olub member! meeting al lha hom« of Mrs W. J. Pollard. Avalon Bunco Club being enler- talned at the home of Mn. Speck McGregor. Friendly Eight Club members meeting at tha home of Mr«. H. A Jones. Chapter D, P.E.O. Slslerhoorl meeting at the home of Mrs. W. I Denton with Mrs. A. B. Fatrlleld a Thursday Thursday Contract club mem bers being enterUined »l the horn o< Mrs, R. L. Banister. Olub Elglit members belnj miter Junior High Honor Roll f Is Announce^ MH FIT* Baptist Uad«rs To Begin Rtvlval Services Sunday Tw» B«ptUt Ic»der«, Or. R. c Campbell, Mitlo Hock minuter, and R»lph D. Churchill, »lii(!cr, of Foil Worlh. Tex,, will be the evangelistic learn In oh»rg« of rovlvM services for tht First Baptist Junior High Bchool second icmes- er and second ilx weeks honor roll and honorable menllon was »n- lounced today by A, «. Osldwell, ...... „„.„,„,, r '" cl l'"; i Church b^lnnlng tomorrow morn- seventh grade »tudenl« who msd« ln« and extending through Mav t lie lionoi- roll ara Marilyn Ha^h- IJie'Rev. K. O. Brown, pastor an-' rt V Rflll/lru 1 nun l,t A 1I».. \t., i.. - unim I i_ _i_ __ ' >rty, Sandra Ixing, Jo Alice Mnijiilre, Bonnl* Nell* McCqrmlck. Johnnie l.ocRliu. Laura Hemby and Heard Wylle. 'Hiose Kiv.cn houoiabl« mrn- llon were Und* Buijch, Mlk. Ekwi- sealr, K»y BmJth and Nancy Slo- "111. Eljhth grade iliidenU who Tm ii!« (In honor roll art 1-arry linker, Doris Bean; Belsy Bell, Qranvjlls Coo!«y, OlovU Oariiutt, Bobby Orsburn, Charles Klnnln«h»m, Bobby Vlckery. Melba'lln* KRl, RoMnmry Monanhan, Barbara Johnion, Mnr- Uii Nlcliolj, Junior Jaraet, Miuy Ann nobeson. Jane Wilson and Aliens Wlmberly.-.Thou* »lv«n honorable menllon w«r« Howell Boyd Sophia Bright, Billy Jo Browning Wlnulebelh Buokl»y, BobbU Kstes, Donna Su« Oor«, Roxannc John- Mil), Millie Ann Mallory, Patricia Hearn and Robert Hay Plow*u. nouuced today. Th« them, of lh« revival will b« "Chrl.nt li Iht Answer." Week day service, will lie conducted from Y;3S n. ni. until 7:55 «, m. and thi tvenliif Mrvlcei will begin at 7;30 p, m. The «rly morn- l"l «ch«lul« It planned In Mi* lu- ttrwt at (hos« who begin worV. or alltn4 ichoo) at I a. m. rroin t to 7:»5 p. m. lh« Sunday School Is iponaorliig "H u n d a y School at Night. • Cliu oirtcen and teachers will preside in their usual c«|>ncl- <>». with cliisi records kcj>l, and^a IKilod of prayer observed, Also at 1:00 f. m. llt« Junior Choir will mt«t under Hit dlr«clloii of Mr Churchill, who will bt as«lsled by MM, o. M smart, pianist. r>r. Campbell, who li jitslor ui tht Flr«t Baptist Church at Little Rock, U author ot teveral religious Mr. Churchill In a member of the faculty of the Southwestern Baptist 8»mln«ry at Fort Worlh, and luis been In Blytheville on two previous occHslona ai director ol music foi revivals. i'h» Rev, Brown also slnled Ihul - — -™--- ."." ucmi nun-j Ronnie have relumed home afler tallied at^ tht home O ( Mrs. Rayia week's visit with her slsler Mr.s i*l' Parker Cassldy and Mr. Oasildy Thursday Luncheon ctulj mem- '" -• «Jassin> bcrs meeting at the home of Mrs Hurry Klrby. Jolly Eight Club members being entertained at the home of Mrs, New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. J. o, Williams were guests yesterday of Mr. and Mra Hollls Williams In Memphis. . „- „... „,. , , , , ^r^^te t f ^ n £T? ? t r^X l turned horn, after vlsltlnt rela". nV " ed l ° " Uelld tho "«vlCM, Ives In Blrmlnjiham, Ala. Mrs, Kdltli Epperson ,,an« son Methodic* Vacation School May 31 to June 1] "The Clnirch" will be th« f«n*n! theme, of a co-operativ* vacation • church school to be conduct*! In tn» First Methodist Church In Blythe- vllle May 51 to Jun« U for children of tha Lake street and Oi* Mr* Methodist Churchet, H wu u^ nounced today, Classes Hr e being arranged far rein; dlircrciil agt group, , n d Mr*. wmi '"' Wy»«, «up»rlnt,nd«nt •* 1! 11° 1 relll> Dlvlslon * the Krrt MclhorJlst. Church's Sunday school Ocuarl.neiU, will bt <i*an ot th« r»- cation school. A itafj of tdult worlf •n;lor the schoM li b»4r< M«»«iWed. Texlboe*, to b. ««d m kh* Khool and the ag« group, to b* wrvetf In »i» cltstt, Incltid*: "Happy T im« * Our Ohw*,» for /our- and flvt.ywold puplli In Kindergarten Department, "We do to Church," for the six-, seven- and elglil-year-oW pupils "The Story and the Work ot tht Methodist Church" for th« nine- 10- and 11-year-old member! ot the Junior Department. "Our Hvlng Church 1 *, for the IS-, 13- and 14-year-old group In the In- termedlate Department. Richard Prlchnrd. Frl.Uy Mrs. Paul Byrum son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry wtlmer Hr>ii.c.s. ..,,,• ••' .'jmni ?iut.-Li,tiniii? iium^ 111 IJUJIL'VIII;, iex., alter visit- Mr, n i' xi -1,1 u ','"' mbe ™ oi Ule °- B- P. Club at:'»!! Mr. Crook's parenUs, Mr »nd , M ' X °:_ L ; Moor, principal of tht her home. I Mrs. E. H. Crook, and o her r,l» - parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Harold Shuford of Hickory, N. c. Covered Disk Supper Is Given By Eastern Stars Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barham ,unced lodav bv her ! H ' 8>1 school, *a.i guest speaker. She J J ^>>>nc« *r >iAr tnnln i'Cm.»KAv_ .n__ were host and hostess and Mrs. B. Club Is Entertained By Mrs. Joel Francis Mrs. Joel Francts was- hostess nt her home yesterday to . chose « her topic, "Southern Traditions." Upon entering the auditorium a background of a handpalnted picture of a levee and a steamboat Friday Bridge club being enter- 'ves. talned at the home of Mrs. Toby long. Mrs. Jack Mars)i «;i|erUln(jig members of Alpha Bela Bunco could be seen. A color scheme of pxirple alltl rose was used in other decorations. The tables, arranged in a large horseshoe shape, were members covered wllh white cloths and mln- intnre crystal bowls filled with B. Wilson, co-hostess, last night; of the Alpha Beta Bunco Club'aii'd nOhep hC , 5 \, C , ltCrlainC , d p I ? <imbCr ? tW ° BUCSts ' ilrs - S - C - Cos »»"'Dutch lr"uVnd other" flower, we're" I'Vs^s^Twisf :'^«°i ^- M " sh ™ ° f " oii ' nd --s^bii t , inter¥ ." 1 the leniith oi •n!, Sh w 5U H«rn al f-,, he( Barha "\ hom "' , when bunco G 1 """ TC ™ I>'«vcd, Music was furnished by the Ar- «r« n,^ h n, W "^ > r ' R '^ Mrs ' Jack M " r ? h won nl8h ' Mrs " kansa s stRle Col "B« orchestra of Mrs. Ralpn Berryman ana Mr and r'nv in«- o.»^ ^»^. *-« o r*.-,,,,~. .-• . Mrs. Wilbur Wahl. The table, from which the supper was served, was covered wittj a Cox. low and Mr*. C. R. Graven, Johesboro. bunco - ! Oth'er gue«U Included member! Spring flowers were arranged O r the faculty and their husbands .throughout the home. . The hostess served a salad plate and wives. Jonesboro District Guild To Meet Her* Tomorrow white line cloth and centered with. me IH>,-,I.L-M «:i v a striking arrangement of roses and with Iced drinks, narcissi. The Individual tables were , ... each centered with a small crystal bud va« /med with rosebuds, iris, Club • Is Entertained roses and other spring flowers were r. . , .-. ,4 ,, The Wnlpvan n»rvlr» OnlM nf arranged throu g W,t the home. I By Mrs. Oscar f endW ihel^J MrtiSd WOhure? wlU te Following the supper, Mrs. Bar-1 hostesses tomorrow to members of ham, president, presided during al Mr f- Oscar Fendler entertained the J 0 ne.sboro District Guild at 2:00 breif business session, a/ter which I mem ° ers «' Friday Bridge_Clllb and p m al lhe cnurc!ii Mrl . j flmes the group played rook. Ralph Berryman won high score for the men. Mrs. Bob Blaylock, high score for the women, and Dr. J. A. Saliba. traveling prize. I — . °~ -••-" p.m. at me cniircJi. Mrs. james i°L 1C H™*' ,"" B ." eyCr ,.° r ' at ] Burkett, newly elected conference ,.~.-!,.,,i~,. _r* secretary, will conduct the meeting. Surprise Shower Given Honoring Mrs. Sprayberry; course - Mrs. Q. T. Sprayberry was honored Thursday night when Mrs. Jack Marsh complimented her with a surprise shower., at ' the Marsh home. Twenty guest.5 attended the affair. Mrs. Lane Nowell was In charge of the guest book and Mrs. Pan! Wallace and Mrs. Spravberry won the prizes in the contests that wore g ^'' T- her home yesterday afternoon. When afternoon bridge games were played. Mrs. Monroe Grain won high, Mrs. Graber, second high, and Mrs. Crain, bridge. Spring flowers were throughout the home. The hostess served arranged At The Hospitals Dismissed: BlvthfTln. Hospital Birthday Party Given For Johnnie Purlle . Edna dessert Mo . W.lli Dismissed: E. C. Fleeman, Manila. Katherlnt Jones, Stecle, HncplUl Ma. . . , . Mrs. Charles M. Cohlon, Hollandj . Mrs. Earl Stone »nd baby, Dell Albert Taylor Jr., city. Johnnie Purtle. son of Mr. and . Mrs. J. w. Purtle celebrated his 1 .,,... . _ . . third birthday when his parents j Philippine President entertained 16 of his young friends at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Pimk Willis yesterday. Party games were played by the Surprise Party Honors Mr., Mrs. Dale Davis Miss Scurlock Entertains Service Guild To Be Buried Sunday MANILA, April 14. (UP)—The eiitci-tainlng in cntron, Mo. R. L. Marshall and daughter Mri.. Tear! Hill were, guests this'week if Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Sleplien- -on, Mr. snd Mrs. Billy Crook anil miighlor, hnve relumed to Ihelr home In ncllcvlle, Tex., after vlsll- Club. Civic Calendar Junlor Chamber of Commerce— 1:00 p.m. Lion'n Club—12:15 p m Junior High PTA Executive Board —2:30 p.m. followed by PTA—3-00 ~ m. American Legion—8:00 p.m. Wednesday Klwanas Club—12:10 p m. Lange PTA Executive Board— 5:30 p.m. followed by PTA—3 : oo Thursday Rotary Olub—12; 10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Board *f Directors—2:30 p.m. Osceola Event* Mnnday Women's Society " of Christian Service of the First Methodist church will meet In circle groups i at 2:30 p.m. circle One, at the home of Mrs. O. B. Segraves, circle Two', Mr*. Alma Morrison, Clrclt Three, Mrs. Jimmy owaltney. Tuesday Rotary Club members meeting at the Masonic Hall at 12:10 p.m. Concert, Southern Baptist College choir, First Baptist Church 7:30 pm. Club «8 being entertained at the honn of Mrs Einmlt Dunn at 7:00 p.m. . Wednesday Two Table Club meeting al the home of Mrs. Charle.n Lowrance '•-. Thursday Club 17 being enlerlahied at the home of Mfaj Elizabeth Bnlloue at Mrs. Waggoner it Hostess To Club Member*, Guests OSCBOLA, Ark, Aprl. M. _ Mrs. M, S. WagRoner was hostess to two tables of chib membert togeilier with two Riieslt, Mrn. Ed Tcarortl and Mrs. sieve Bowker when slie entorlalned at h«r homt yc.ilerday aflernoon. in the game* played, Mrs Bruct jCoIbcrt won high jcore and N?rs H. r. Ohlendorf, second high. The hoste.w served a aalad ulale with Iced drinks, Missco Men Selected On U.S. Court Jury Panel Thret Mississippi County men iav« been selected for petit jury luty In Federal District Court when t convenes May 3 in Jouesboro for a two-week term, It was learned today. They are W.T. Burnett at »ly- Iheville, Bruct Colbert of Osceoln ntid William Ralph of Joiner. This li the first lime Mississippi Count- lans hav« been culled for Jury duly In the fcdeml conn In uciirly two Read Courier N«w« Want Adi. Clark Warns ot Laxity Following Itallmn Election TUSOALOOSA, Ala., April 14. <UI>>—U.S. Attorney General Tom Clnrk warned today that "The Italian vote does not mean we caa rest awhile." We spoke last night before a Law Day assembly at the University of Alnlianm, attended by attorneys from throughout the slate. Hecurrcnce of Hie recent bloody events tn Bogota, Columbia, cart happen anywhere, Clark said, sine* "the long Russian arm li reach- Ing out to gather In other nations' yean, . ' Judge Thom»« C. Trimble/ of Little Rock wUi pr«*ide during th« May term. (ONE'S Beauty Shop m'North 2nd St. OKN KVEMNGB hf Op«rmlnrat F»yon rorter Mirie. MoMod Ro MlldrM Burnett Phon* 11JJ Just received shipment of APEX WASHERS $139.95 E. B. GEE SALES CO. 1T7 N. Second St. " ph oru 2024 cunuuciea unaer the direction of ••"•—"«"<>• «-•»•» VVI.ILS yeaieraay. MANIT A Anrii it firpi Th. 7-nn nm ' Mrs Marsh \ Party games were played bv the MAWILA, April 24. IUP)—The 7.uo p.m. A'pink blue and while mW children and favors were'given to I B| < PresWent Manuel Roxa. will Kiwanls Club members meeting scheme was carried out n ,11 »hl : ril that attended. be bllrie(l at "°on tomorrow In a. «t the Grade School at 7:00 p.m. decorations of Uie home ""! ^fre,hmcnU of blrthdr.y c»ke ^ "» rb 't tomb ln M " nnil '' H i- T K, F , rM * T '' A dessert course was^rvrri h fh»i and lce " ear " ™™ served Norle ^metery. Iwo Table club meeting at the hostess bye i ' ' . More than 1,000,000 persons are I home of Mrs. D. Fred Taylor Jr., at ' . - exnerled tn lin» thd funpral rniite 2:00 D.m. .»juir Lijiuj i,u\AJ,mrti [jci.sous me I iiwuc v. i expected to line lhe luneral route 2:00 p.m. from Malacanan Palace to pay to*t : respects lo their dead leader. *'_, _ caisson carrying the bronze casket j Church SerYICesPostponed ™u,e b 'by r an n armo n r K ed h c e ar hree - m " e »«• *« ^Stor's Illness Burial will be next lo lhe tomb OSCEOLA, ArK.. Apr. 24 -No Mr O ,,H , f OSCEOI.A. Ark., April 24 -The ™ lte b >' » n armored car. ™~«, lime** hnnn' ,! l . "•>. D * Vk WPfe Wpslcynn Service. Guild of the Met l- Burial will be next to the tomb OSCEOLA, ArK.. Apr. 24-No nlnv r . ",' g w ' hen lhe em -,odist Church met last night a' he ' ° f Manuel L Quezon, wartime prcsl- ^ h " rch services will be held at the pto>ees of tne J. c. Penney Co. and home of MUs Vivian scurlock with ! dent of the Philippines who es-! Plrsl Presbyterian churcr here Mr. ana Mrs. Pan Pryor entertain- ' Miss Melon Martin as co-hostess cfl iwd from Balaan onl« to dlt In J al , lhe Ba.wett Church tomorrow, ec wiih a surprise party at the for a dinner meeting! ThW ™l the United Stales. ; d,,e to lhe Illness of the pastor, the BEAUTY BAR Mr» Nor» Sprmur, Own« Olenco- Hotel Bulldlnj Phon» 3 M»rg«ret De»n Smith. P. Operate™ LUCJ — ^....... ^ nu.^j n^iuji iviurini a.s co-nostess Prvor hninr rO, w P A r - i at l! le - /cr a tiinncr meeting. There were ^rjor hoine on W. Chickasawba. j 12 members present, Approximaltly 30 guesU attended. ! Dinner was served at Individual A picn.c lunch was served tn the | tables covered wilh a whit, cloth backyard from a lon s table. Follow- \ and centered with an arrangement ing the lunch, Mr. and Mrs. Davis > of mixed flowers were presented a gift from the [ During the business seasion, pre- \r ^ i, r* , „ ', 5lded ov " by Mls » MaI 7 Elliabeth Mr. and Mrs. D»vls will leave to- ! Balloue. president. r(1 a ns were made morrow for Peor.r,. in., whert ne | lo attenrt (he ri | strl( ; t mectln lo ^ will be manager - • ic J. C. Prnncy , held Sunday at the First Metho- Co. store there. He w?.s lhe assist- | dist Church in Blytheville. ant manager of the Blythevills ; Following the meeting, rook slore - I games were played. the United Stales- Oak Ridge Employee* Hear Strike View* OAK RIDQE, Tenn,, April U. (UP)—Employes of th« Oak Ridge National Laboratory yesterday received a letter explaining the operallng company's viewpoint in * labor controversy that produced strike threat stopped only by a Federal Court Injunction. Rev.L. T. Lawrence, who Is a pat- lent »t the Memphis Baptist Hospital. Condition of Hie Rev. Mr. Lawrence Is much improved. I '• IF IT'S WORTH REPAIRING AT ALL IT'S WORTH / DOING RIGHT! Let Pot Repair Your Watch! * Rxpert eyes and hands sided hy professional lools, jro to work to repair the watch you brinif UK. We ({ive 7 (lay service on all makes watcher. >Your cost, will he quoted before w« do the job! See Pal for work done right! PATO'BRYANT JEWELER Main nl Second Thon* 3261 i You Are Cordially ! Invited to Visit The |Accessory Shop! ; Feminint Apparel j j Mabel Hogan Jessie Srlte < i . Hotel Noble Bldg. i I Blythevi)]*, Ark. ! .untinnoiic ijhowi. Krery Day Box Of MM Of ens 1:41 Show SUrii 2:M USTIN TO KION li*t »-». 1HU f.m. , «;M r .m. 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