The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 4, 1935 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 4, 1935
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'•ACE TWO V BLYTHEVILLB. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS crc te »» MI Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS O. E. a. rnyctlng at hall, 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Rtley B. Jones having (he Young kauons Undte eluo, Tutxiaj uomract 'cluo meeting with Mrs. Maya Whlto. V. T.-ft, siuoi':course, high IJbiwy, 1 P. M. EVENTS .«i.n Mrs,.;W. H, Minyarrt cnicriatn- tos Wednesday brioge CHID, G. A.'s First Baptist .junior churcn jun at cnurch, . L.el(.hmn fine Arts club meet- Ing ai notei t\oole, y:30 am Bible study i church of chi'lst meeting H'Jih Mrs. Joe) o .^. SiiaQUry 'P. T. A. meeting 1:30 p. in. at, auditorium." iiiUjvouni o 'EVENTS Joint meeting of B'Nal Brlth and Jewish Laaies Aid at home of Mrs. S. S. Stcrnberg, 8 p. m, MI'S. G. \V. AlliICK Having llHlrS- fiaj 1 Luncheon cluo. .MlQ-Wecfe Bridge club meeting with Mrs. \V. L. Horner. T)ie MDiy Nome society of Die Immaculate Conception church. U meeting at the social hnl! nl 7:3o pjn. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. J. F. Unit. Tnursday Bridge club . meeting with Mrs. N. 53. Merard, , Decision on Which Way to Play Hand Is Often Vital Solution to Previous Contract Problem BV W>1. K. McKENNKV Secretary, American Bridge League Today's hund has one of those problems thai confront you .every jay lit thc bridge table. Which >vay to play the hand? It's the -)I>e of hand that, ..if you,, tuk.o Imp to study, will. teiicii yoil'ft ipt. ibouL bridge. •••':•'• 'r--..> ;; : . : You have to mnfce your decision .n the lirst round and, before do- .ng so, you imvc to take'' Into consideration wlvy you got the .peiilng lead you did and : whot he distribution Is. Before discussing the play, however, I just want to remind you hut North's Jump to four spades s In no way a slain try. His partner made «n original bid, North mactc a one-over-one force and ..nrtner showed n desire to sign in jfT with one no trump. However, .North U Justified 1 Dans Being: Mjile For Benefit Part) .The Jewish A|d society, which has members In Osceola, Manila and Blylhcvjlle, Is' formulating plans for a benefit bridge party lo. be given at the Osceola community house .Tuesday, February 12th. McDowell Musis Club Has Meeting Mlssos Jeanne CopelQijd, Reeves and ' Wynette. Shepherd were hostesses to 30 members, of the McDowell Jiinlor Music' club and their guests Friday evening'.til the home ^of Mrs. Otis Shepherd. Piajjo wlecllons Siejc r«ntl«(;rl by these students- Uoulse Beeves', BUly Schmuck, Y'yncttc Shepherd and Jeanne Copelnnii. These mnile lalks. ' Ten Rules That Make Stu- Pracltce More Interesting" e Hanis. "Suggestions niui plans for Hymn Study 1 Bert IJerj- Jey; "The Child s Musician Code"- EUzabeth Davis, followed by sketches of the'- lives and works of these composers. Chopin, Jeanette Jean, Sebaugh, Sihumann, Aline Cratfford; Tchalkoo'iky. Ouitn FWchard; Trana yszt, PauVlii? Morgan; Verdi, Josephine ijhlbley. A reading "May I Wait On You Madam?" was given by OJivc Wall! Josephine Shiblcy, Jcane.Ua Jean Sebaugh, and Jeanne Cope- iand sang vocal numbers Ewt Dsnley w-as awarded Ihc prize for practicing most In tho past month These new members v,eie enrolled: .Margaret-Jano Acton, Bubn Slewait. Evelyn Shitley, Alice Jane Hester, Louis Beckham, Ruth Orwin, Farrls Carson, Peagy Jqnes, Gloria Mae Yarbrougti, Elbert Lawhon; James Alton Vickery, Richard'.AVilliams and Mnrtha Wtlford . ;Guests lor the evening were: Mrs C V. Sebaugh, Mrs. Otis Shepherd, .Mrs. Robert Williams, M_rs. A. G. Shlbley, Mrs. J. R. Morgan, Mrs. J. Harris, Mrs. F. H;. Acton, Kr. and MM. O. Slw- hcrd, O D. Copeland.-Mlses Bet "^vt, xj *^. uMueinimi *Mioo^fl AJCI- »ii«uujuo . i IHJ at, nice Aikcn, Ellerj Mooro and Nina was sung In unison *KQJ 10 S 0 •/ACS , , » Q S li -I ..? Jf Nolle v Kuhbcr.^-Kono vul. South West- Nortli Uiist- 1 Jf, Puns • ' 1 4 : I'ass 1N.T. -'Paoa fc <''4k •• fa so Opening lcad---<(» J •> . Now pick . up the outstnndinu triimps and, when East discards a club, a club will-be discarded .from lummy. Declarer's next play ahould be Ihe ace,of : hearts and then n sinall heart, hoping that he can make the. proper guess or that Bust will have to play a heart honor,' which will eliminate Ihe .When , the three of • hearts IE figuring that, 1( his parlner could mok«.an original .bid,.he. hiis,iil .east- a piny for -a- same''iu 'spa'de'sj , ; The .Piny East opened tiic four spot "ol pades—11 very fortunate . opening. Now, what's the first ilhtng Hint •joes through' Ihe ^declaVcr's-liciid? East has .opened a spaTUe, liialeiid .f his own suit. Well, maybi; he has both the king of hearts and thc ace of. diamonds, or .the ace of-clubs. So, rather'ilia n lead -Way" from one ot .tliosc'cards, lu pHi'ys^i^triimp. .'.'•.'-?(. i •i.ow-i.yju can sec 'that, If vou attempt;-to run Ilia diamonds,'as oon as the opponents.,get In with .ha. ace they are going to return nether trump. I believe'the safest way lo plan'the hand,-Is as .ollows: •" • '. "• Iliere are two and.possibly three .cslng diamonds and one sure ios- .ng hcarl. Not to' Ips'e^ more than ^ne heart, I have to guess thc nearls or .possibly gel a good .reak.. As long as I have thli .lean plaTy to 'niako'Tii "iiny case; -ow can I eliminate; losing more ihan two diamonds? • By ipaking a safety play in clubs. Win Ihe first trick with thc ace of spades in dummy, immediately ay the king of clubs and discord losing diamond, East, wii| win with the ace and naturally return anotiier spade, which declarer will n .will) Ihe ten. Arkansas". The so|ig ."Arkansas' Clevenger. •Hot Chocolate,- cake • and sand- niches ; were served during tho social, hour. •The next meeting -wijl- be held Friday. February 22 at the home of Mrs. A. G. Shlbley, C. t. Has Farlj ; The Christian Endeavor fcoclety of the First Christlaii church was entertained with a party Thursday evening at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. v. E. Biittcrworth. •In a business session Miss nutli Erwin was elected presldenl, Miss Roberta . Graham, vice president. Miss Manoia Williams. • sccrctary c.rid treasurer, Miss Marje_Rigsins, reporter, and Misses.Virginia Durham and Ruth'Erwin. Refreshments were served after the, business sessiou and tlio playing of games. *.*,'• To. Have Study Course. *"Parent Co-operation 1 ' is the subject of the study course to be t>keri ,up by, members of the ten- !6p and Junior high school and Central Ward. Parent-Teacher as- BOSjalfops |n a scries e! sin Its- sorts, • J R steadm&n 13 to lead Mrs. James B. Clark, adult leader, attended thc meeting. * • * < CK)-Council P. T. A. ; ' Steeling Canceled The meetine of thc city council of P. T. A.'s, planned for tomorrow, has been canceled. The members will mcct'wltli others in' the ully :Sroups in n Founders Day program Tuesday, Feb. 12th, at the senior high school auditorium * • *. U- T. W. Cabinet V;. Plans fail niecllng I,.'' : The .Baptist Training Union' cab- net of the B .T. U.'s in the First dents, sccrelarlcs and group cap tains and all member.? of the Membership committees of all u Peop,e's o'clock, in the young of Ihc Today's Contract 1'robtem Soullr 16 ployliiK th() con- tratt nt six li«ru doubled. West opens iho alx ot dla- inoiKls. l-^nst wins witli the aco iitnl rctiirnn a club, fail you uiuk^j six-otiilV It's a rofi- ular dou'ile (lummy iiroblom. A AO C V K. ) 0 7 3 * S 7 I * A K I * KQ75 ¥S » A Q J 10 * J 7 5 2 * 1" S V A ft J (i 3 4 3 4 K 'J 3 , +3 Solution lit novt issue. •( . played. has to win tho trick oj News Mostly Personal ;en making her home | n Chicago [or more than'a'year, has returned here. She is to teach music In line Yarbro school. ' ' Miss Virginia Huffman, who has cen spending a brief vacation In .home, lias returned to Bethel col- ! lege, ••Hopkli»vU|e,•• Ky. Troy Mullens attended to busing in Memphis Saturday Mrs. Edwin. Robinson, Mrs Ed' . Tenne^e, Mtalalppi and « otli?r southern states. • • - MONDAY, FEBRUARY, .J, 1935 Nearly 500 Attend Baptist Sunday School medicine. Dwight Bowcn" were" ln"'Mr!mni!k 5 P e Vlul classification,, officers Friday. •. Ip - greeted Ihe crowd th»k8Sther?<l'»t • ..i, ( -,.j...~.w...f i..., ,,v«i iconics u, district some of (he most,-eminent mcrt- Ical amhoi'ities in tile country, and In addition will atleud luncheons, •--• meetings- and- Inspect exhibits pertaining to argarc Welle Moor* spent thc wce k end /,„„.., Hospital ' ' . fjenley and Bargarct - . . '"V* 001 - Wterday p, 9:3o:Hbe Admitted: Kuby Neal Hemon, auditorium was filled with young LewhviHe; Miss Lois McMeaneans, B: Twin births occur 'on an aver- Head Courier New* Want Ads Blue Star Kills The Itch! Germs To gel rlil of ilch, rash, tetter, foot Ilrii, ringworm or ccjcma, covtr wiih soothing Blue Slur Ointment which contains tested medicine lh»t metis, soaks In quickly and kills I he Itch, Money luck if first Jar'fells. and pal) Its. - Six cj&£$£s ' of H&ytl, * Mo' R-tis&cH RJcliai'dsoj) the ^'"'s 1>««'P|<! and nine (n • the Bragg pit,y, Mo.; Dr. J.'M. Andcr- ?<I«H departments were set up'., son; city; Robert chapman, steelc J™,™rt? a X£ KJl^f."^ £?*>.'. PlfmlBscd: Mis/Nellie Perry, donned to return here at an early date to make tholrthomo but they nave changed their plans and .(III probably remain In Memphis (or several more months. J. 13. Whllworth, of Baton .imige. La., speiii yesterday here *llh his parents, Mr. and Mrs., J, .V. Whltworth, Mr. and Mrs. !). F. Gay (ind Mrs. Jerry White left yesterday for a month hi plorfda. Mr*. While will visit her son,' George, ., ^ UMlltll vl ^ „ , and family, at a.t. Petersburg/met In tin all day session n (, ind Mr.' and Mrs. Gay , "will! go,Blytheville Woman's dub I'arther south, probably .stopping 8" ' ~ at Miami. ..-., Joe Isaacs and -son, Louie, .and ,. , Ncl.ll Reed have as their guest Mr: Reed's mother Mrs. George w. Reed, or Heber Springs, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wilson spent yesterday in Memphis as guests of Mr. and Mre. Dave CrtffJiJ), jr. Osceola District Forms Own 4-H Club Council The County Council "of .4-H clubs icon additional classes and thirty twionai classes and thirty i '",'••' .,..., — were added to the exist-i '.Bull FWil Fatal for Two ing organlzalion lo _care for the'• ,MOHRI§,-fila. : (UP) — A bull increase and to reach the possi- gored'Jep Stewart, 55, in thc chest Millies of the school, which ac- last autumn, and Die elderly man cording to ihc recent census.; is was EO angered that ho grasped about 2500. . . i the anlmars" horns and broke its The pastor, The Rev. Alfred neck; The''fight was'"even," how- Carpenter said, "This is not the ever,'for Stewart died three months close of our campaign but-rather later from -his wounds. (lie beginning of an aggressive organized effort to reach the constituency that prefers the First Japtlsl Church." Announcement Dr. Clms. Scherer, Chiropodist Will Ije in Shoe Depart- mcnl of the New York Store Tuesday, Fob 5th, 9 to 5 O'clock. : .Phono 143 for 'Appoint^ . ,menls '. ; . J . The church was well packed to hear the Rev. Edgar Williamson '.deliver a message on "How lo F *r ~:r-.-T"' «- >i*V-, ^JULIl UiKl of the county are:, Fred- Smith ' niliili" P'reinem, Arnold,-ac'iver " message on "How lo Phillips, presided. At the sugges-| build and maintain a great Bible Jos'i "s'fY" '"T "'""'"'" , °'" Mlss Clorise Little, spori- ] School. In First Baptlit Church" Ss' t0 stom rChaSe 5tock r °'' Uw ""' ln 9-. M »th end of 'lite wmtylpccla'uy^by' thwe*who"have"'had ,f n ' : '•'•'• l ' ll; /Whized. Al: slated intervals part In the cnlaigement camqalgii Mrs. Bonnie McDonald and son, >" c iwp councils will meet tcgeth- conducted'by him this past week of Paragould, were guests of-Mtss : er. The officers of the; South nnH Jetsle Srlte and mother Sunday. " f """ "-••"'•• —-'-• Mr. and Mrs. J. Samiiel' Landrum spent Sunday in Paragould with Mr. Landrum's parents, N. P. Kntfflit spent' yesterday in Memphis 'with, Mrs. Knight who Is rapidly .improving following a miijor operation performed at lire Methodist hospital recently. and Mrs. Henry Humphrey l>*u-.i vti, uuvy l lll v ^^ IT if I IIIU it ivr. -••*• — .-n miu. ii>wiu^ n.UJU|JIlL vy wilh (he k|ng nnd now Ilierc li-j-ind, daughter. Annejla, spent the ""' •—;>-.•--•"— >—• U'cck-end .at Rldgely, Tann., with Mr. Humphrey's sister. Mrs; Ned ^yres and family, of Osceola, were ,-guests :of- Mrs. Ayres' mother, Mrs. M. A. Barnes yesterday not much to~"lhc hnnd. East, hoping to, (hid his partner with bath the ace and queen of diamonds, leads a small diamond, declarer plnys low Iron] dummy and ail West ca» r|o Is lo win with tho_ : nee, and n||, the remaining Ir/cks nre declarer's. (Copyright, 1B35, 'NET Service, Inc.) Osceola Society — Personal .Mrs. J. L. \Vurd ojilcrtuliied Jier two table : bridge ch'ib'at licr home Friday afternoon; •] Mrs. Joe Crdm- er. : won high -,scpr« prize, a pair pf hose, 'and'-Mrs.'-Spencer Driver 'won guest p'rl^c, aidecji of catfts.: . ,X-,. •Tho Quests ..were' 1 Mrs. D; s. Perkins. |\Irs. Cr. A. Robllifon, Mrs. Spencer Driver and Mrs. Hale Jackson. he will tomorrow ..... w ..*.,v~, lowing another operation recently performed after Imviris been a patient - lit Mgyo Bros. Mrs. Crookelt, .who fell whi|e 1)1 • Roch Mrs. O. E. e|iter[ui'ned her tsvo, table bridge club Friday afternoon at her liome. Mm. A- W. Youtijr' «cri high score prfcc, a Valentine heart of candy. Mrs. C. B.' Driver and Mrs, James Driver were thc only guests present. * • * Snow Wilson returned Saturday from Little Rook where ' lie has been vls'iling his" parents for ECV- cral days. Mrs. Frank- Williams 1ms returned from Tunica, ,M has- been with hei man - .-• _ president; . Miss Alfa secretary; Hoincr Johnsoii, Mra. M. A. Middleton, of Ekron who luis sponsored the -4-H club In each school she -has taught /or several years, fold how the encouraged her clubs and scored 100 per cent complete! recbfdi last year Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county home demonstration agent,' recommended to the council that each Club subscribe to: '. ine National Recreational bulletin. These come each month apt! ' have suggestive ' rTsicrnny, ... viii.ii »i vl i w apt! nave suescslii-c •Qeorga-R. Crockett, formerly of lSOCi " 1 ilcl[ viUes wlijch may be held icrc and now ol Cahlthersvillo l!1 lhe cll!b . tjlH particular month " ( " undergo a. major: pperation shc . n'stributed a ' two sheet siig- irow in liocliester, Minn,, fol-. e cs ." 0| i for ti 1 -February social ac- ester, her hip bone in ' . .he- Joint,' Is now in 'a cast at a , Rochester hospital. Crockett's . condition is quite serious. Sweat, Uire'c-ycnrrDld Mr. c r il2 outlined projects that the l-H clubs could sponsor , - "» a » Half Moon reported : that tliere is a mile or a hi lie: and a half O f road lhat is inipassable <luring (he f' .| c . r ^months. Mr, Crilz suggest- i : that lhese.,cl|tbs \vork together " _Aju*j i-tti, owuat, lurec-ycar-oid : ese.,c|ts \vork together son', af Mr. mid Mrs. sill, sweat, antt 6 ?e if; ilicy couldii'l find" some is. .now better. It' was' betieveti W »V Unit this short stretch of road ' Phillips club h'e, was ; ill from diphtheria but,'"'sht 'be imp'rove'd. trsts returned' 'from' Little-.Rock " ' ' show tlvjil he docs :iiot have tbul-~v.ii H»<>II. w me H-H club disease'.TJIII.'-.js'i ill from acule,v 1)lis .ke'ban tournament which the .aryngitis.-, • , . ; : :, council'is plrnming "to 'sponsor at J.W5 Hanson. wl!0;has been aU ")R, Biythevillc Armory <m M a , ch i«nd|ng Columbia'; Military Ajiad--.' 6 ' Mr. Phillips, urges lhat, each ?my a^ Columbia; .Tchn., is at' cUlb -which is gp'ing : to inter a homo foi-a \1sit : witlx his parents',- ' ; —- . ' Miv.aiw Mra.-j. Eniest Hassoii, .^0^v :'*, ,uid,., -o^, who : met lilm in Meiiiphb' - satui-: JP^L\V *nt irfif' in* .!wi' da J'v •-.' :• f^2M piinft "- c » rt "« Bert Lynch, .jr..: n-sludent at UMMTv.^ '•>*'«• t.="u« Washftlgton University, at Si, Louis, is at home for several days vacation.'- •' . Mr. and Mrs. E.-F. -Blomeyer and miily huvo njoved lo'their ' ' shi has been dangerously 111 for several days. Mrs. Williams and sons, Frank, Jr.. and Lap, met their mother in Memphis. John Slovens was an'- Osceola visitor Saturday. Mrs. c. 6. Stevens was Ijie guest of her daughter, Mrs."B. Young Friday, A. W. Young attended lo business in Blytnevliia Friday. Mrs. Chester Danehower returned from tho Baptist hospital Sunday. Mr. rimwhowcr went down for her Salurduy-mid e her home. iw... __,,,..[iower lias been seriously 111 for two weeks. Mrs. Jess Davis relumed Sunday from Memphis where she had been with her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Buchanan, who underwent an operation last, iveck. Mrs. Buchanan is much improved. Clyde Buchanan visited his wife at thc Baptist liosplui Sunday ,- Fred Davis, brother of Mrs. BUcli- 1 . lOia .ifcsrn St., recently re* nodejed fo'ilpvving a fire. f 'Mrs. SleriinE Wood returned lo ler hojiic ij, wnlniil Ridge today, ollowing several days stay with er parents, Mr. au'd Mrs. II. P.' JJpmeyor , . c anan, accompanied him > Mem The J\rst of these wil| be Tuesday e\en!ns,- from 7 W 8 o'clock, at-the'htah school library. ' * * ChUdrcn' (M Confeilcr4i.y Haye A tijnchcon.Meeifgg. EJeven members of thc Children of the Copfederaey attended the 'luncheon rncefipg Saturday at the home 'of Mia Betty Mcculchcii president. >,-, Ifl Jhs ^Mflfjpis session it wjis decided, to.use. the prograiii. sent out >by the general organization Miss, Jane Branson «as leadcr'of the program, >"Colonization of, the south' in .observance of memorial, day ftr Sidney Lanler, Mtss Biansc.ii gave . the , life of Lanler •and.,read his.poem. "The Sung of., !h^ Chattahopchee 1 , Miss Mary Virginia -M»Hln gau a paper I jhe .Qrowth pf lo make plans for the B. T. U. enlargement and stud}' coiirec '.'•.' • * ». : V<-' ii King's U^ughicrs Class Has Mtclin* , The King's Daughters 5i|uday school claw 'of thc first Baptltt churph had, H. ineiftbcrs and fpu'r guests- at-.the .tr.ecling ^Sunday morning. .The guests- were Mar. Kelaney, Dorothy Vean Wor' Joe Cotton went urday' , thy, Belly • Dougan an'd •• Pauline •'''• Lucas. . .. A 100. per cent rccon! was niude. LCOLDS; MENTHOLATUM C<»«-» COMFORT O.til y delivered wh'e it's FRESH f '•';''*, e for. your in ' ast CRAIG'S DAIRY : nnci Crawford Noble allended meeting of the Arkansas ••QrccU •s uisochitioii. ' J' SUfo Kathjryn Orcar, H'lio liaj i to Attend Post-Graduale Assembly A largo numbei of physicians from this section plan to attend lhe 51st anniiQl session of the Mid-South Post'Giaduate Medical Assembly, at the Hotel Peabody in Memphis, begmryng Tuesday, Feb. 12, according to Dr P. L Husband, former president of tne OMociation The meetings will be held daily through Friday, Icb 15, and will be attended by phy- '"""'" ' surgeons from Ar- sicians FOUND! The greatest remedy ever formulated for relief of Itching of tkin diseases. TiiLs levolutionaiy remedy is called BROWN'S LOTICCT, and is a positive relief to those suffering from ECZEMA, ITCH, POISON .IVY. RINGWORM, TETTER, ATHLETE'S FOOT; 'etc. Don't use messy salves and bandages. BROWN'S LOTION is liquid and highly ANTISEPTIC. First bottle sold with' 1 MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. 60c • and $1.00 For sale, by. Klrby Drug Stores. •••:., __ Aci ;. To Keep Cpl<U UNDER^CONTROL v ^^T7r, • ' , - - ;,<?!»' -\~~~r- — } 4° >»H B V I ? to "* < «« ColditFollpw the rules of With that f iV<; P*rt of the clinically tested Vicks Plan'fpr Better Control ^of CoIds,,(T/ie Pl&n .'; iully exfife.ned in each Vicks f > VICKS PL AN CONTROL OF COLDS r . Now Located at 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, Proprietor •••'., Ul-makes of rebnllt Typewriters, %ddln R Machines and Calcnlatora . Hepairinf—Parts—Bibbom' f> fov C>PUJine tonuins Kvoml ingicjlinls i, .;•'' l ««"»r IU-BW nuicler rc\M for htad.cht » «-fll », p,i nl dut to ftfjIicoMs. ntnnlila, and ttr mujculat nnd Jotnl iiehei. A>k for Cr.pudlne Li/ulldor tht! modlfltd fot- mali. C«pudincT«blcls: lOt.SOc 60c.-. mui», u«puaitic Tablets: IBe, SOc 60c, CAPUDIME FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSUBANUB DBrr. HEADQUARTERS SMART PEOPLE over-the-Soutl 'T'HIS week we observe the third.anniversary. J- of our establishment in Blylheyille."', As time goes, thl'ee years is not long.-However, we feel that in this comparatively brief span something definite lias been accomplished. We have become a useful and progressive institution, dedicated to the daily service of hundreds/of Blytheville families. \Ve are grateful for these three years . . . for the friendship, patronage and good will lhal has been ours. Our patrons have been generous "and'considerate, and most of 'them have become our good friends. We anticipate many more pleasant anniversaries. Each year we intend lo take our part in the progress and development of Blytheville and each year lo increase our usefulness-to the community. C L. BERLIN, Owner and Mgr. Unique Cleaning Service

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