The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 16, 1948 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 16, 1948
Page 3
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 194$ BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS |M,HI Join Ik. MARCH OF DIMES JtMMit U-M .MARCH •T-I iii > OF Thi» Advertisement made poisiblt by VJXQjZ^S DIMF<k JMH55___j!»»s!*s»_ii-»« the following progressive business firms '"*""*""'••"»»• '•• riant nuirtil ef Blytheville: IK.Ill sssss Job Ife , MARCH OF l DIMES Delta Lumber Company Bly. Laundry-Cleaners 7W IUTIIIUI IMWITWI ru i^u) H [ MUIIB) sssss MARCH OF I DIMES . _ IHI MIIIKII Meads Hubbard Furniture Co. Motor Sales Company Hubbard & Hoke Ap. Charles S. Lemons Furniture, Inc. Jiedel's Still & Young Motor Co. Mississippi County Lumber Co. Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. City Electric Co. R.D. Hughes & Co. Missco Implement Co. iM roi mrtmm UIUI JolnlW MARCH OF DIMES JAMUAIV 1|.« iMtuinM FM i SSB5SS Join Ike MARCH OF 1 DIMES _ IM« U'TMWI Join IW MARCH OF i DIMES iimr ro« m/urrnc ft Ficin sssas Join the MARCH OF I DIMES IHI KAiMui numuiMin inruiAt piuiiat Join Ibc MARCH OF DIMES H TMMTIONIl FCDNIUTIOII HI IW1MIHI riUUUI FIGHT FIGHT Join Iht MARCH OF i DIMES J«HU«.t II... WUITfif Join Ik. , MARCH OF I DIMES Join Ik* MARCH OF DIMES rmMnw >» WUTIU niUTtii Fir.rn; * - ...YlLC Join 1W MARCH OF I DIMES lomiorr u-> THIS ISN'T CHARITY! It's Insurance for Your Own Child or Children Once each year comes this urgent appeal for help in behalf of nearly 1,000 boys and girls, men and women within the Arkansas borders. The funds raised in this campaign go to further research into the cause and cure of Infantile Paralysis (poliomyelitis), and to provide hospitalization and proper care for polio victims. This hospitalization includes physiotherapy treatments, hot packs, muscular exercises and medicinal care that requires professional expedience, and presents an over all expense problem that is staggering. There will be an unknown number of polio cases in Mississippi County this year... it may be your child or a neighbor's nearby. We know YOU want to have a definite part in the marvelous rehabilitative work carried out by the National Foundation for Jnfantile Paralysii and the Arkansas State Chapter which is now meeting all demand* for proper medical care and treatment of Polio victims. This task is never completed . . . increasing demands bring the need of your earnest and sympathetic response this year more than ever before! More than 72,000 reported cases in U.S. since 19431 JOIN THE MARCH OF DIMES' JAN. 15th-30th

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