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Blytheville, Arkansas
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1048 BLVniEVU.l.E (ARK.) COUR1KH NEWS PAGE mr Plume 1161 }th Cenluvy Club Has ifonnal Dance At Hut Mr. and Mrs, Rudolph Vrska, Mr. id Mrs. William Young, Mr. and rs. Firman Bymim, Mr. nnd Mrs ,jn HeviUi a'.id Mr. ami Mrs. Karl r adcnpUihl were liov.s and hos- I ssi's Thursday night when ilicy | ntertainccl MUi Century Club, lembers and a lur^e number of. nests with a dance at the Aincr- fcn Loeto" Hllt ^"lie Hul was attractively decoral- £ with a green and white color chcmc prevailing. The 'able, at ,'hich assorted pnity foods were erved, was covered with a uhUe loth and centered wttli Jonquils ind gold wheat In a low bowl tanked by green tapers burning n crystal caudrlufora. Guests attending the affair were. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fnrris McCnlla. Mr. and Mrs James Hoy, Mr. mid Mrs. George' Dillahunty. Mr. ftiid Mrs. Bill Godwin, Mr. anfl Mrs Clarence s. Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Utho names, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood | D»eti Mr. and Mrs. Richard Day. i Mr. and Mrs. C P. RamUo. Mr , and Mrs. Blbcvl Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Shelton- Mr. and Mrs. Teti Fisher, Mr and Mrs. Bob McGrnw, Mr. aim Mrs. Hen Doteon. Mr. and Mrs p larrv Oammctw. Mr. and Mrs George Clark, Miss Martha Prau- [ ccs Stevens. Tocld Harrison, Miss , Jane McAdams, Joe Pau-sett, Mlw ! Mary Jo Hall, Bryce Layson, «nrt Mi.'and Mrs. George Pnryear or joncsboro. who are the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughes- Pot Luck Supper Given By Dr., Mrs. J. A. Saliba Dr and Mrs. J. A. Saliba were host and hostess last, night with a pot luck supper honoring past matrons and patrons of the Eastern $*™m™£ a '™£ "£ Bess Staliton of Raytown. Mo- who li-the guest of Mrs. J. W Adams Recently Married Here Coming Events Tea Sunday hollaring Mrs. Gilbert Officers Are Elected For "Swoosters Club" „ . - Hce Gene Sholton was elected presl- iummock, Uetn Sixma I'lil's "Wo- i!< nl o( Ihe "S'.voostrrs Club," when wn o! the Yenv" »l the T. 1. it met Wemiesdny night «l the home. 1514 W Chi.'kusawba Hendrix Biologist Laments Waste Under Present Methods of Farming Monday Tlio Kxmitlve Board ot tin- Wo- iwii's Auxiliary of il»i' Vu'sl I'res- bylerlan Church will ini'i'l. 2:30 in. al llu- chinch. First Bajnisl Y.W.A. nifi'UMK m lie church 7:30 p.m., with Miss Eil- m Overman as hostess. ol MLss Mary Gray. Oilier officers lo serve wllli him are Hllhe. dene Wlsbrook, vice- president. Sue Slantleld. secretary, Palsy McGregor, treasurer, Bessie .Slankjrd. reporter and Carol Ann B:<1U'V. historian. New members ol I lie elnb are m Overman as Hostess. , Mm y 1 ou Sawyers. Ciene Shellon, Royal Neighbors meeting at the | Hilll'e One Wlsbrook, Joy Sliellon lome ol Mrs. E. 11. Alley 01: Mis- anil Sandra l.unsforrt. souri Street al 1:31) |>.m. St. Stephens Knis-opal Aiixllluiv will meet at Hie home ul Mrs. C. M. Buck al » o'clock. Uusinoss Women's Circle Hlghl of Uic First Baptist Church will meet at liie liome of Mrs. Alvln L:me al 7:45 p.m. Women's Missionary Union ol tti,' | First Baptist Church will meel al the eluirch. Woman's Society of Christian Service ol Hie First Mettimlist J.S. Furnishes 1071 Planes To Fight 'Reds WASHINGTON. Fob 28. (UP) — «•."-•••".« ••— v,.;-... ••••-••••• ••• ••* Hie Uiilled Slates Is carrying out', <irn|xmlM. U> his book. Ihe lanks Al The Hospitals Walls . I 1) i j CIO Leader Says Henry Headed lor the Ashcan Chinch nir-clliiB "' the chiircli !i« Business meeting at '^:yo P-m- 'I'm-bilay Tti-Town Bridge Club meeting tile home ol Mrs. Russell Hay l-'arr. l OS ANGKLKS. Fell, 'J8. IUP> — Walter lleuthoi. president of til CKi United Aiilo Workers, has de scribed Henry A. WnlUiee as "Jo Slalm's American agent." told an Anierleans for John H»<Um lltill»4 fieiw hUft Corrmiwndcnt) CONWAY. Ark.. !"eb. 28. tUPI — An Arkansas College biologist today lamented the "astonishing *asl<" of prewnt agricultural methods and predicted the day Is near when a license will be rcmilrcd for commercial fMnnhiR. Dr. K. A. Spessard, a biology profcssof *t Hcndrlx College Mere, described Ills cxpcrlmcnls In hy- Democratic Party Change Is Predicted WASHINGTON, Feb. 2«. (UP>— Sen. Walter T. George, D., O»., (aid ycstcrdny ho believes It will be'pw- ' J-arr. ; Hr-iithi'r mid an Americans 101 La Ncnve Club belnB entei-liuned , 1)( , m( ,|.,. a | tl . Action Mrellim last at the home of Mrs. Hdjsli Wlulsitl. ajl , lu lh;ll ,, 1P -nilrd Parly candt- Tuesday Bridge Club incetinu IM ll;<ll , ( , IV pi,. s i,i,, n i wns "separaUnt; the home of Mrs. Lloyd stickmon. ,, H . !,,,,,„ n[ i,n ); . nl ||sm and lead- Wi'ilncsday Town and Country Club b terltuucd at the home of Mrs. Cleo | viW .. lll( , communists Ml: Inn them to Klalln'.s rustle.. 'When the lime come.s." Heuthcr drop a lone-secret pledge to equip atitl- 'armies In China with B $:iOO.OOO.OuO air force, This commitment was revi'aled by Air Secretary w. Stuart Symington nnd the stale Department, apparently In an effort to Mlence Republican eiHIclsni of Ihe admlnlstru- tiflll'A llcw »57I>,OOO.COO Clllna nld bill. The bill dties not Include military assistance. The Joint report was sen! to the Si'Linlf Appropriations Ctmunlltee In response to * request irom Chairman Styles Brlriues. n_. N. II. The committee made It public last nlclil. Tlio military aid part, slsim durlnit World Wur II, pledncd thi country to provide Chiang Knl- Hhek's government wllh a fir.-il- llne uir lorre of 1.071 uUuie.s. lu- 'uilliiK lieavy iMMiibers and fighter*. Already 0^0 planes have been tie ' . , Are Comine", published this week. Hydroponics t* Ihe mine applied lo growing plants In tanks and fredliiR them by flowlnx chemical lolullons Ihrough sterilized sand lo to "reorganize" be'pw- the ' demo- crnllc parly alter the 1948 election on Die basin of "sound principles and good government." George said he had expressed th»t view In letters to constituent* who asked about his availability (or t presldentlnl or vice presidential noinlnalloti. He (old ft reporter that the emphasis hi Ills replies was on tht "It will not be IOIIR," Ihe autluif stilcl, "until th« Incompetent will not IM> 'Allowed Ui grow iood (or oilier civil rights , "I snld I Ihouglit wo would b» nblc nfler the 1018 election to ...niiy in the ashean.' Avalon Bunco Club meeting al the home of Mrs. Fred Davis. Wednesday Undue Club uMnii entertained al the home of Mrs. DiiK- er Wilson. ' Slldbliry P.T.A. Executive Hoard —2:30 )>iu.. followed by P.T.A. meeting 3:00 p in. ed General ronlractors was on re- Tluirsitay I eor.ilodav Mvoring a sweeping sur- I WASHINGTON. Feb. 2H. tUP>- Jolly Eiyhl Club inenibers beiili! vo of ],'| n | liv av conditions In the Sen. William J FMlbrlitht. I).. Ark.. " """ -,(,',(,• nnd a sl'uilv of problems ot , snld today he- wanted small corpor- ninncliiK Improvements. , aUoiis to benefit from higher In- McellnR here yesterday. Ihe roil- , tome tax reduction!), tractors siiniieslod lhal Ihe slalc ' Fulbrlgbt yesterday offered all employ someone experienced in : amendment lo Hie Kniitson Income Road Builders Urge Survey in Arkansas Ll'ITI.K RCXIK. 1'Vb. '2K. lUi'l — The. Arkansas Chapter of Associated General contractors wa.s on re- ..... llvered 'from U. S. surplus war lx'«sl nnd _ man. Mock nnd presumably arc In setillal clpjnenl* beccmse of Improperly grown plnnt.s for [ood of and In Ilk- awful food In the ComnninLst forces North chlnn. An additional K!5 planes lire ear- mnrkeu for flellvery. Fulbright Seeks Tax Cut For Smaller Corporations ....... wnslc or (noil Iriitisimrltillou, slornge. nnd political bliimlerlUK." lie .said. Dr. Spe.ssard predicted (hi\l In Ihe future prucllcully nil highly looris will In- in-own Hanns Eisler to Leave U.S. NKW YORK, Feb. 28. (UP) — Hnniis Eisler, Hollywood composer ' accused of concealing Communist » few ' mile. *ol wher/Wy | "l'"^ 1 ?'"*"! "'^, "'.'V. 1 . 1 ? J^ Mr. ami Mrs. Eric W. Hall are hown at the their wedding solemnized Feb. 10 at Ihe home i Aslibv. Mrs. Hall is Ihe former Mrs. Willie A. : .-ecc)>tiot> which Collovcii )! her sister, Mrs. Franfc i; Supper was served from a table covered with a Madcria cut work cloth and holding crystal candelabra with white tapers. Following supper, a brief business session was conducted with the president. Mrs. George Barham in C Bunco was played later In the evening with prizes being won by Mrs Victor Stihvell. high for the women. George Barham, highi Ipr the men. and Mrs. N. W. Kyle, bunco Movies taken by the Saliba s ! Mrs. Ballew Hostess I To Luxora Book Club LUXORA. Ark.. Feb. 28—Mrs. R. T. Balicw was hostess Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. C. B. Wood Si., to members of tile Luxora Book Club and three gue.sls. Mrs. C. tt. Wood Jr. Miss Delia purtle of Bly- Iheville and Mrs. S. B. Terry, for the regular monthly meeting. Bits of News Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Jr. and chll- arc consumed lo reduce wnslc from spoilage and cost of tran.iporlnllon. Tfrmed R*lf-Hflli Idfi Hydroponics. Or. Spessard said. feed Ihe hungry purls ol the 1C lusu,,,. „„ ...... , ..... ..... „. | . . . Mrs. Tom Callis presided over the i drcn, Judy ami Mcll III, left this ..:«n^p mnn,3nrv iftnr whirl* Ml"<;. I t^iriniiilf for OreeilWOod. MISS., business meeting, after which Mrs Hilton Stephenson. program leader. Italy and ; introduced Miss Purile as guest Picardy gladioli decorated the entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. Stephens Is Hostess To Sunday School Class During the .social hour the. hostess served a dessert and coffee. MM. Owen is Hostess uiiviciy ^/^nc/vyi ^.i«wi* | Mrs. Leo "Stephens was hostess j f o Methodist last night at her home to members I of the Dorcas Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church together with two gocsts. The opening prayer was given by ^,-s James Rambo. The closing prayer was given by Mrs. Dee Webster Mrs. Polsgrove. Mrs. Ethclele Adaway, Mrs. Mary Mays and Mrs. J. t iiiia C. Tripp who celebrated birthdays i glvcll recently were prefentcd gifts by l Mrs the other guests. Refreshments were served. [ Mrs. Dowdy Entertains C. B. C. Club.. Guest Mrs. C. S. Dowdy was hostess yesterday when she entertained mem LUXORA. Ark.. Fell 28—Mrs. Roy Owen was hostess to the Methodist vice in her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. W. E. Head lead in (lie study course. "Great Prayers of Ihc Bible". The devotional was Riven Mis. J. T. Self and . by Mrs. Gcorce Callis and j Mrs. rt. W. Thomas. morning for Greenwood, Miss., where they will join Mr. Brooks and make their home. Mr. Brooks has been there for several weeks where he is engaged in business. F.lwood Moss of Booneville. Miss., returned to his home today after spending several flays here with his aunt, Mrs. Milford Miller and family. I Miss Dortha Bognn Is spending , tiw weekend in Hughes. Ark., as 1 cucst of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Tucker. " Condition of Mrs. E. J. Hcalon, who has been admitted to Blytlie- entertained at Die home of Mr: Richard Pilchard. Mid-Week Club beiiiu enlertaln- d al Ihe home of Mrs. A. Conway. Club Eight members mee'.- ng at the hoaie of Mrs. OUo Scra|K\ Mrs. Clco Ums. nembers of Ihc Octette Chili. Thursday Contract Club members being enlerlained by Mrs. P. D. Foster. Friendly Ei^ht Club meeting at the home'ot Mrs. Otho StiuiUeld. I'rlilay C. B. C. Club members r.icetlnu meeting nt Die home of Mrs. 1'anl Bynmi. Social Calendar Hominy Junior Chamber of Commerce — 7:00 p.m. Tuesday Lion's Club—12:15 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary—8:fK) p.m. American 1,031011 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Kivvanis Club—12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary. Club—12:10 p.m. Osceolo Events t»x reduction bill nllowliij; iv 115,- nnnce 10 mate tne survey ami uii-ii : 000 exemption for corpornllon.v He iton cutertainiim ]n;lk( , recommendations to the next .snld it primarily would benefit (he triinsporlalion antl It- linnet- to make the survey mid then The conlraclor.s said Ihe lurtus- of Arkaiisas"\vlU be retarded unless highway farlllttes arc Improved. smaller corporations. would world, mid food the time, will lie y where. and olher plunl enemies will be morn successful linn Ihe prescnl standard practices. "H was my rlreotn," he said, "that through Ibis simple device— Hits little growing tank—the whole mlse lo leave lhc Untied Slates on Monday, when he will board » Trans-World nlrllnes plane for Rome. Klsler. who has been free on bond on his promise to quit American shores, will be accompanied by the United Stairs. Is being held on WallaceDemandsTruman Fire Army Secretary MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. M. <UP) — lleni'y A. \Valtaco conlendcd today that "president Tnltnnn should fire FocreLaiv ol the Army Kennelh Royall to prove Ihe sincerity of his stand on civil lights. Wallace dim-Red thai Royall has "reaffirmed" a policy of racial segregation and discrimination In Ihe Army despite a presldenllal order against such prHfliccs. "If the President means what he fays." Wallace said, "he will demand Roynll'.s resiBiiallon." a year. The Knulson Bill, calllr $0,500,000.000 K year slush come taxes, has l>ecn approved by lhc House. The aetinlc Flmuic- Committee will brfiln hcKrlligs on the measure Monday. isfactory and she is no receive visitors. Joe Dial of Galvv'slon, by prayers were' Gofr Miss Florence president. spending a week, with his sisters, Mrs. Milford Miller and Mrs. Grady While here. another sis- Mis. Vamvyc Riddick of Steele, Sunday Y.W.A. of First Baptist Church mcetini; at the church a' 4-30 p.m. Monday W.S.C.5. of First M e l h o ri i s t Church meeting at 2.30 p.m. at the church. Presbyterian Auxiliary, meeting m Texas, Is. Circle groups. Circle One will meet. Pi/ot S Picfcet Ticket Office f ra . n much ullke. might find « wny lo 'in In-1 help each olhcr even BB we help otlrselveft. "There can 1« snmll (ear of wnr when nil peoples nrc well fed." he salil. Dr. Si».wi\rd's experiments have been tried siiccesjlully In Mlssls- . F.llls Island, awaiting tlon hcarlnn. deporU- NEW YORK, Feb. 28. IUP) — Strlkhi(i pllols of Ihe National Air- ^ ( . r "jj™ f Around down U> » llu can lines said today they would begin " h picketing the New Orleans llckct office "In a day or two." pilots ben»n picketing s lydroixmlcum on the window sill of tenement. QUO Continuous Sliowa Kvcry Day Rox Office'Opens 1:45 Show Sturts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN !;00 ».m. U:1S p.m. 4:3) p.m, CIO Attacks Political Ban in Toft-Hartley Low The the. Miami. Pla., ticket office yesterday and said they would beoli^ picketlliK the NcwurV. K. J., ofllcc the llrsl of next week. Planter's Body Found; Bullet Caused His Death Cr>AHK3DAT J I5. Miss.., Feb. 2H. ,,„. (UP)—Carey Cocke. 30. Conhoiii.1 WASHINGTON. Feb. 28. I UP) -• Coimlv pi ttllUr . WM found dead of Thr United Auto Workers 'LK)l _ ;.,., ,..,,,,1 O i i,i c immr- nrar yesterday asked U. S. District court to declare nnconslilullonid lhc political expenditures ban of the Taft-Ilarlley labor law. Walter Ucnlhci. UAW prlsident, he of Half Moon, also will visit with Missouri. presided" during" the business "wssion I Jack Ferguson, who has been after which the hostess served re- patient in Marine Hospital In Mem- nlLl,* .....i.. j ,,.„ , ..;,. „.„,.!-,- lint h,M>l, ! Ireshmcnts of K salad plate. Luxora News Mrs. S. J. Smith and grandson. terclav wncii snc CIILCI lamcM mt,»- - •' her- of the C B C. Club and one Clarence Crawford, and Mrs. Craw- nc her ford motored to Hot Springs Thurs[ day. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford reliirn - at (ibis for tiie past six weeks, has bcci rc'inoveri by plane lo a hospital in Baltimore, Mel., to consult, a specialist. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Holder of Corning, Ark., have arrived to spend the weekend here with their daugh- t?r. Mrs. H. D. Beshearse and fam- filed at the home of Mrs. Bill Cromer | judRineril and Circle IVo mceiinp at ihr home of Mrs. Richard Cromer Jr., H seeking thai the a declaratory Tafl-Hartley 2:30 p.m. ban against political activity by Is unconslUutinnnl. He asked an Injunction agalnsl Its en- W.M.U. First Baptist c li !lrch - ! lorcemcnt by Ihe altorney genera business meeting al, 2:30 n.m. -' • Music Recital by Fowlston School (1([ by jts of Music at Ihe High School .it ilv and their son, P. E. Holder and guest. Mrs. Ross Moore, home on S. Franklin. i -During the games played, Mrs. I ed Friday but Mrs. Smilh remained. family. Cornelius Si/herer won high score, to motor home Sunday with Mr. | Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Gee and son, Mrs. A A. Hardy, second high and Mrs. Alvin Hardy, rooko. Spring flowers were attractively arranged In the entertaining rooms of the home. Smith and Mrs. C. B. Wood. I E. B. Gee Jr., are spending the had been in Hot, Springs Tor a i \veekenri in Cape Girardeau, Mo., nnd his sisters, Gradv Magee of Carlisle Is the weekend guest of Mr. anil Mrs. T. I. Scay and family and Mrs. Herlie Hawks and son, RamhiH. Mike Terry, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Terry is ill at Ills home with severe cold. M. and Mrs. G. W. milahnnty Jr., formerly of Memphis. Tenn., have arrived here to make their _ _ -al "because of the censorship Imposed bv its prohibition of free speech, press, assembly and petition by unions In connection elections." with federal two-week stay. ] as guest of Mr. Gee's sister. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Champ Meadows; Ben Vinyard and Mr. Vinyard. have left for Miami. Fla. They will The hostess served refreshments ; visit in Miami and many otlic of a dessert course. Book Review to Be Given By Mrs. O. f. Quetlmalz J-Irs. O. E. Quellmalz will review book entitled "Ten Thousand points of interest before returning j home with Mr. and Mrs. S. li. Ho/.- elle. who have spent the \Vintcr in Miami. Mrs. R. Wagerman and son. Hoben. have arrived from Hugerstoun. Md., (or a six-weeks visit with Mr Years." Sunday evening. 7:30 at the First Methodist Chinch. This book contains a human interest document which helps to focus Ihe attention tills ccntenial year on the Christian victories in China. The author, Richarl T. Baker. was the and only, nrAsman of- ., . Wagennan's parents. Mr. nnd Mr.~. R. C. Bryant. R. C. Langston is in Hot Spring for a two weeks, .stay. Condition of H. Kiut.^. who 'in- dcrwent an emergency appendectomy last week, is improved. 8:00 p.m. j Tuesday I Rotary Club. Masonic Hall at 12:10 p.m. Progressive Club luncheon mect- 1 in!? at 1:00 p.m., at the borne of Mrs. K. S. Shippen. Club .|B meeting al Ihe home of .. gunslioL wound at his home near Jonestown early today. Thn sheriff's office was asked If the death was suicide. A deputy replied that "we've had lhal report, but we haven't been called in yel." He added lhal "we'll make an Investigation later," Doctor Adopts War Wait Whose Hand He Saved LIOONIER. Pa., (UP)—Dr. Harold Klnncy has adopted mi Italian boy whose hand he saved in Italy during thr: war, Angelo Nasutl's hand was mangled when a shell detonator went off accidentally. Hospital attendants said amputation was necessary, bul. Dr. Kinncy, then a innjoi In the U. S. Army, saved his ham by performing 21 operations. The boy, 15 years old, Is expecter to arrive hi this country In abou Clipper Cracks Up SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 28. (UP) —A iwcnnd- Pan-American DC-< clipper look off for- Ihe Far East loclay afler > slslcr ship cracked up during Its run at the Intersection of two runways. None of the J4 passengers aboard lhc crashed plane w»s injured. Pilot c. V. Cteorgr, 3B. Berkeley, Calif., snld the accident occurred as he "cul the engines" on hli takeoff run when he noticed the landing genr wn.i not reacting properly. SATURDAY Phantom of the Plains Srrlsl: "Brick Bradforil" N». * »n« Short. Cunt Shuw« Sat. 11 »-»--ll:J»-pJ«-, One of the latest aids niinini.' is a "mechanical "co i,n, i,,.,. .11... ^,...... .... ........ , > nnn, i,, -A "i A'rth^^^ and also was a speaker and leader S f ' (C m •' ,'» bh"iin° V tioiir'-co^tir^ v.ssoS'ut 1 .'* .-n'^'^r m - "• youth whirli met in Grand Rapids. Mich., in 1916. N. J. Humphrey was admitted lo the Memphis Baptist Hospital Wednesday for examination and treatment. He was accompanied by Mrs. Humphrey and his niece. Mrs. Norman Bunch. His condition is serious. Albert Hancock ol Oklahoma City. Okla.. returned to his home Thursday night, after a week's visit with his brother, Milford Miller and ianiily . Mr.=. M. O. Usrcy. Mrs. L. G. Nash, Mrs. W. C. Higginson and Miss May Dixon left this morning for N'at- ' (hi-z. Miss., where- they will attend •he Pil^rimacie. They plan also lo v;.-;L other points of interest in Mis>i -Mppi lor 10 days. Mr. ami Mrs. Ted Krutz and children. Te.dd.ic and Janic of Litlic Rock arrived today to spend the \verkend here as guests of Mr. Knit7." mother, Mrs. L. M. Krutc, Mrs. Enunitt Dunn at 7:CO p.m. home. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shibley and daughter. Miss Josephine Shibley, ( eturned Wednesday from a three , six months. Political Announcements Tim Courier News has bcci authorized to unnourice the follow Ing candidates, subject lo th general city election, April 8: and the Democratic Primary, July 20th and August 3rd: FOR AI-BF.KMAN (Second Ward) ,T L. f.Todlel Nahcrs COUNTY TREASURE* Frank Whllworlh FOR CORONER E. M. HOLT FOR C1TV f.I.KRK W. I. (Bill) Malln weeks vacation in Miami. Fla. Myron Newell of Bonne Tcrre, Mo. has arrived here lo make his home with his aunt, Mrs. Ike Miller, and Mr. Miller. Mrs. J. A. nonnsiiviUe Chapter O. P.E.O. Sisterhood mcftiii" at the home o[ Mrs. Jack i Uitzellc at 2:0(1 p.m. j Club 47 mcclinc al the home of j Mrs. Ed Simmons al 2:00 p.m. ) Thursday j Kiwrmis Club merlin^ at th,' , Elementary School at 1:03 p m. Philathea Class of the Fust Bap^, .......... -.- . list Church meeting at the church where she spent thrt'C weeks with I &l -j.f, a j, ln [7 meeting with Miss June yesterday ,-,-om Texas and Teniiej her nephew. Bill Marler nnd family | 'in Houston, and her broilicr. Joe , Marler and family Skating Party is Held \ By Young Peoples Class ' A skating party was held last night at the Air Base rink by members of lhc young peoples class of the First Presbyterian Church, of which To<id Harrison is teacher. Following the skating party the group thru went to Jim Lancashire's home uhcro they were served rrfreshincnls. Jim was assisted in sen-Ins by his mother, Mrs. E R Lancashire. rs. Colfcert cntertoins lub Members, Guests OSCEOLA. Ark.. Feb. 28.— Mrs. Bruce Colbert was hosiers at her home yesterday afternoon to two tables of club members and two gitcst.s. Mrs. Bob Kenririck and Mrs. Steve Bowker. Dunn 1 : Ihe a'teinoon when bridge g^nics W'ere played, Mrs. Bowker won high and Mrs. Edward Seagraves, second high. The hostess served a salad plate with hot drinks- ANNOUNCING BUCHANAN CHEVROLET CO. . Oalveston. j welborn at 7:311 p .m . Friday She also visited her son. Raymond I Basketball game at the high Rounsaville ami r.unily In Mcrnpliis. sc hool at 8:Co p.m. 'Parts Dept. Party FOR ii • Dealers Mechanics • Parts Men At The Osceob Community House ,M;ii'ch 2. 1!MS B:lo P. M. Free Fish Fry Co!is Stc!?z Orchesfra Attendance Prizes! WILEY T. JONES, Jr. LANDSCAPE ARTIST Memphis, Trnnesstr. Will be in Blvthcville Miii'di 2. 3, -t for private constitutions. Contact Mrs. C. M. Giny, 102R W. Main, Phone 2125 for appointment. SITF, PLANNING . . PARKS . . SUBDIVISIONS . . ESTATf.S GARDENS . . CEMETERIES . . CAMfS . . HIGHWAY DEVELOPMENT Paramount News and Shorts C'nnt. Showlne Sun. l:15-H;»0 p.m. fonfd Shows S»t. 12:30 to 1I:» PIANOS New and Used Music Instruments & Suplies Records Rndio Repairs BROOKS MUSIC STORE 107 K. Main 1'hnne 811 PARKING GARAGE REPAIRS WE DOCTOR AILING AUTOS! Located In the Business End of Blythcville! We look our doctor's degree in mechanics. That's why we c;ui spot trouble, fast and fix it just as quickly! AL the first sign of trouble, drive in and let us check and repair your car. (\Ve Cater to Truckers ... No Better Service!) LEE MOTOR SALES 307 East Main Street CMC TRUCKS OLDSMOBII-E Phon* 519 IVux Ofllc= Opens S:3« Show SUrts 6:45 Oprm Sunday 1:00: Starts 1:15 Continuous Sliows Sal. i Sun. B:ufi.\in Nigllt Every MSl»' K\rcrl Saturday o passes honored on Sunday at Roxy Theatre Saturday Texas Trail Srrlal: "Canadian Mounted" No. t anil Short Cont'd Shows S»t. ll:W p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday STANWYCK • CUMM1NGS DKLNA LYNN The Bride Wore Boot* FBI News »nd Conl. Showing Sunday 1:J» «•

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