TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Help Us To Help The Arkansas Blind - <*••» f ^» Sponsored by the Blytheville LIONS CLUB SALE STARTS TONIGHT 7 p.m. We are appealing to you to help us aid the blind in Arkansas. As you know, brooms are made by the workers in the Arkansas Lighthouse for the Blind in Little Rock . ,. as their way of trying to be self-supporting. The Lions Clubs all over Arkansas seek to aid them in this work. That is why we are starting the Broom Sale for this year tonight November 9th at 7:00 P. M Proceeds will be partly used to purchase the brooms from the blind makers and the rest will be used by the Blytheville Lions Club in their work for Sight Conservation. So beginning tonight, members of the Lions Club wi 11 cal I at each home in Blytheville. You will be invited to purchase one or several of the brooms. They are made of top quality long straw- household brooms are $1 50—warehouse brooms are $1.75. We hope you'll help us help these unfortunate sightless people. PHONE 3-3418 If You're Gone We Invite You to Call eithe number should you be out when A Lion Calls at your home. Just leave an address And your broom will be delivered. Be An Aid to the Blind... Bay A Broom, from A Lion! BLYTHEVILLE LIONS C. M. Smart Furniture Co. W. J. Pollard Agency R. C. Farr and Sons Max Logan, Real Estate First National Bank Terry Abstract and Really Co. J. C. Penney Co. Ark-Mo Power Co. Reid and Roy Farmer's Soybean Corp. Delta Lumber Co. Blytheville Warehouse Co. City Electric Co. Delta Implimcnt, Inc. Fred S. Saliba Co. Morris-Wilson Insurance Agency Arkansas Plumbing & Supply Co. Hays Store Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. W. M. Williams Insurance Agency Jno. C. McHaney & Sons Noble Gill Agency Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Co. Rothrock Drug Co. Dick Osborne Furniture Co. J. W. Caudill, Tax Attorney Safeway Store L. E. Old Missco Implement Co. Farmer's Bank and Trust Co. Cobb Funeral Home H. L. Halsell, Jr. John S. Cherry Blytheville Propane Co. C & W Cleaners Paul Foster Co.
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