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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 6, 1948
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SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1048 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ewA— Phone 4461 Girl Scouts Will Celebrate Their 36th Anniversary Seven troops of Girl ScouU and Brown'fi In Blythevllle will join lu a celebration next week of tlie thirty-sixth anniversary of the Girl Scout movement, beginning Mon- djy, March ». Included in the program of events scheduled for the week is an International Friendship Program, prepared by the girls, which will be presented Friday night, March 12, 7:30 o'clock in the high school auditorium. A handicraft exhibit also will (» on display throughout the week In Montgomery Ward show windows. On Sunday, March n. the Scoute will attend morning services in a group at First Christian Church Troop leaders who will be 'in charge of the week's activities in IjM " ard Johnson and »« ~' n n Mrs. Ted King of Brownie Troou Twelve; Mrs. John Miles Miller, Mrs. Clifford LePlanu, and Mrs. ,; ~!~ r ? U of B ro »»'e Troop Five; Mrs CJint Caldwell jr., and Mrs! Cecil Graves of Brownie Trooff Eleven; Mrs. c. A. Tant and Mrk sta Sigma Phi Chapter eels With Mrs. Vrska Mrs. Rudolph Vrska wa* hoste,-:s her home on West Walnut St., sterday afternoon to members of pha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma During the business meeting of- lers were elected for the current ar and plans were also made for « rush month. It «a> decided "ihe last for pledges will be giv- : —tonday. Apr. 22 2:30 p. m. at e home of Mrs. Hichard Day. Following the business meeting, rs. w. H. O'Keefe, the former is* June Oosnell, was honored th a surprise crystal shower. The >nored guest was presented her fts from the dining room table uch wa* covered with a lace cloth id centered with antique three red candelabra banked with maj- )lia leaves. The hostess served a desert course .th coffee. fficers Are Elected y Chapter N, P. E. 0. Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr. was elected serve as president of Chapter M. E. O. Sisterhood for the current »r, when they met. yesterday af- —. ... „„,, U i ouaoury rnoon at the home of Mrs. Free-1 Miss Sunshine Knight tan Hobinson. - ftirs. L/narlea v.. ba *.», »...4.4,^1 *:*.« wun^ oures 01 L*an resident, was in charge of the an-i Six, and Mrs Glenn r^rtn ual election and Installation ol of- " ' — ' cers. Other officers elected to ve with Mrs. Adams were Mrs. E. Old, vice-president; Mrs. armer England, recording secre- UT; Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon, corre- wndlng secretary; Mrs. w. L. toner, treasurer; and Mrs. Eton lirby, chaplain; and Mrs. W. H. ease, guard. ~ Mrs. -Adams was elected as first elegate to attend the state P.E.O. onvention, to be held in Fayette- ille, April 9 and 10. with Mrs. Pease s first alternate. Mrs. Chester Cald•ell was elected as second delegate it^Mrs. Crigger as second alter- Following the business meeting ie hostess served refreshments. Irs. Francis Is Hostess 'o Alpha Beta Bunco Club Mri. Joel Francl, w a< hostess at er home yesterday to members ot he Alpha Beta Bunco Club to- ether with two guests, Mrs. Eddie "ord Jr., and Mrs. F. C. Cox. When bunco games were played, rizcs were won by Mrs. Lane Now- 11, high, Mrs. Ebb Reynolds, low nd Mrs. Cecil Graves, bunco. The hostess served a dessert ourse with hot collet. Irs. By rum Entertains . B. C. Club, Guest Mrs. Paul Byrum was hostess resterday when she entertained lembers of the C. B. C. club and Bits of News Joyce* Alumni Group fleets Ntw Officers Carl Judd was ejected president of the Exhausted Rooster Club, an "alumni group" of Junior Chamber of Commerce members over 3S yean ol age. at a dinner-meeting of the group last night in Die Rustic Inn. Other officers elected were Louis Isaacs, vice-president; Ted Howser, secretary; and Philip Applebaum. Crawford, the re Mr. and Mrs. W. U Homer are spending several days In Uttle Rock and Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech letl last night for Atlantic City, N. J. anj treasurer. W. R. (Bill) —. --•••' ~.-,..«.*., i.n; ,..- j«,5 norner wiili Mr« Clvde wll- tiring pre.slc-ent. was presented with son » t co -hoste M ,? B'OO imi • • Den Inrt n»nMl t*+ >M> »«* M K_» ,. • »-j *«. _ —.. , '.. *».w,, Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Wojnon'.s Auxiliary of the first Presbyterian church meeting In circle croup*. Circle One will meet with Mrs. B. R. Lancashire, '2-w Pin.; circle Two with Mri. Zal B. Harrison at liOO p.m.; circle Three of Mrs. I,, a. Harlzoj at 1:30 pm.' Circle Four at the home of Mrs. --- llorner with Mri. Clyde Wtl- pen and pencil set by memberj of pie club. Wts/eyan Guild Mnti At Harry Stanford Horn* LUXORA. Ark., March «.—Mrs. Harry Stanford was hostess Tucs- dny nlsht wlien she entertained H JJIKML lui /iiiKcuic ouy, n, w. utia "".« "<e.(i* KIICJI atte nueriMiciea t New York City where they will at- members ol Ihe Methodist Wesleym tend a convention. They will also 1 Guild at her home, visit with friends In Virginia while Mrs. A. B. Rosclle, president, pre. .••Itled during the business meeting. ~ "• ^- n. i*iifc and Mrs. ' * . ' ., B. A. Cary of Sudbury TTOOD One-1 bury *" d '«""'>'• Mice o,,n*v.l ,-..;.. . *"">• ^nir;,! rN,.i.,l, . Miss Jo Ann ghanlu, who Is > student at Texas Stat« College for Women, Demon, has been nominated by her dormitory listers u * candidate for Redbud Queen for the annual Redbud Festival to be held March 12 and 13. Miss Shanks is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Shanks Sr. Rev. Bernard A. Brackin led last night for Dallas, Texas, where he will attend to business for several days. Mrs. M. A. Portls or Memphis and Mrs. E. A. Hale of Marion, arrived today to visit with Mrs. J. Q. Sud- Mrs. Charlie Thomas, piogmm lead, er, led the discussion In the study course, "Highways In Japan". Plans were completed for the sjionsorlng of work to be done In the Sunday School rooms and'soc- la] center. During the social hour the hostess served R dfsrerl and coffee. c - *' ^""'"ghani left Friday MISS sunshine Knight ol Central' u ' A ' ^"'"'ighani left rrlday , Troop Two; Mrs. Coady Eaton and! momln l '°r Hot Springs, to spend Crigger, retiring, Miss June Stires of Lan.» T..-,,! the weekend with Mrs. Cunningham. ..u,,n,-, „, th» .,„_. su- .,.,* >.,__ „. _ . _• ""i 1 wno jj i,king a course of the baths Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little are spending tlie weekend In Memphis \*, Mrs. pianist at the program to be presented at the high school. At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Raymond Wilson, city. and bab!es ' ne guest, Mrs. home. Ross ' Moore at the games played. Mrs. By- won high schore, Mrs. O. O. Ikins. second high and Mrs. Clarnce Dowdy, rooko. Bouquets of Spring flowers were rranged In the entertaining rooms f the home. The hostess served refreshments salad plate with Iced drinks. • • • -uncheon And Meeting leld At Baptist Church The Dorcas Sunday School class f the First Baptist Church met esterday at the church for a quar- cit""' Worth Holder Jr., city. Walk Hospital Dismissed: Gus Chilwood city Mrs. N. E. Edward. Manila. city ° " Wlclt " and b iby. Mrs. Sara Groves, city C. c. Wells, Pocahffntaj, Ark MI-A Christine Cross, Kaytl, Mo Johnnie Sanders, Steele, Mo. Baptist Fidelis Class Has Meeting ot Church Miss Emma Lee Kennamer, Miss Gretchen Barnes and Mrs. Ancel Montgomery were hostesses Thursday night to u members and two new members. Mrs. Clarence Hill and Mrs. c. E. Skeene, of the Fidelis Class of the First Baptist Church at the monthly business and social meeting In the social center of the church. Following the singing of the class song, the devotional, "Open window," was given by Mrs. Jim McCullar, president. Mrs. A. B. Hill led the group in prayer. Reports were given by the vice- presidents ,of Stewardship, class Ministries. Membership, Entertainment and Social Fellowship committees. During the social hour which followed. the hostesses served refreshments of sandwiches and Iced drinks. Supper Club Feted With 'Tacky Party' at Hut Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Crawford were host and hostess Thursday mght to members of the Dell Supper Club and several guests, with a "Tacky Party", at the Legion Hut. Dinner was served at large tables with their daughter, Mrs. Dan Hughes Bell and Mr. Bell. Mrs. Btll is the former Miss Francla Little. Chief Warrant Officer J. M. Wil- lianu of San Diego Calif,, who u enroute to Washington D. C. where he will take a course of instructions, Is ipendlng the weekend here with his mother, Mrs. Murray Drake and his sister, Mrs. Homer Fisher. He has been in the Navy lor 31 years and formerly made his home of Memphis, in Blytheville. James I. Seay Joins Sorority CARUTHERSVILLE.MO., March «Friends here were advised yesterday that Miss Sue Colcer, daunh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Obye Cokcr of this city, who Is a student at Ward-Bclomnt College. Nnsh- ville, Tcnii., has been named to the Phi Theta Kappa, junior college honor society. Miss Coker was one of 25 girls chosen from a student body ot 800 girls, and she was selected at a student assembly held February 73. This U Miss Coker's first year at the college. Luxor a News Mr. and Mrs. Ray Olive have had as their guest tor several days, her brother, C. L. Holt, who is a student at Arkansas State. Jonesboro. Mrs. A. B. Hill has returned from Blue Mountain, Miss., where she visited with her daughter. Miss Evelyn Hill, who is a student In Blue Moun- uuiuca t. oerty ol OTCtllpulA, --.... "..u ... a ..LIU.cut 11. £j.uc i*iuu[i- Tenn., was the overnight guest o(| tai| i College. While there, Mrs. Hill his brother, T. I. Seay arid family I attended the opera, "Vagabond last night. [King" at the opening of the col- nnu. Tii IF nii ^ k« .»« n.t \*- _.,-i IPPP'K nnpra «*• enn —,-_, nw *tn, lui K l^um- I *^...,ivi nao aelveu HI. large laulCS erly luncheon and business meet- | overlaid with while cloths and ar- ng with 15 members present. Mrs. M. W. Lewis, president, pre- ided during the meeting which - ranged in a huge "U" shape and centered with a bouquet of mixed Spring flowers flanked by green _ — ... n „..,, 11 j 1-1,11 .i B wiin;n wfi»i£ »i"j«da Dy Breen ol!o«-ed the luncheon. The devo- i tapers burning in crystal candiabra •°!L. »*'" glvM1 by Mrs ' Vlctorla J Shamrocks in varied sizes were ar"' • . ranged down the center of tlie tab- C. F. 'nicker was In charge i les. other decorations carried out Silbert. s. — -- . ,..»j ... vua.jjc , Lci . v^ ll]CL uecuraiions carried if the program and prayers were ' the St. Patricks' Day theme' Ven *L™L S ' ,.9,V?: Lemons ««<«,. Gerald Edwards won the' prize vliss Cordelia Wilhite. Bouquets of Spring flowers were rranged in the social room of the hurch. » • • Bridge Luncheon Given |F. E. Black Home Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. W. J. ^Vundcrlich were hostesses Thurv ay when they entertained mem- ers ot the Thursday Luncheon lub and one guest. Mrs. Baker Wilon at Mrs. Blacks home on W •learn. Luncheon was served at Ihe din- ng table which was centered with n attractive arrangement of Spring owers in a crystal bowl. Other onquets of flowers were used in he entertaining roms ot the home. During the bridge games, Mrs. Syron Morse won high score and Irs. C. W. Afflick, second high. iealth Staff Enlarged CARUTHERSVILLE.MO,. March e Two full-time nurses have been idded to the staff of the Pemls- for being the tackiest dressed man and Mrs. Sanders the prize for the tackiest dressed woman. Prizes were hat* made of various kitchen utensils. New members attending were Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Prewitt, Mr. and MM. Gerald Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. John Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Caudle, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brownlee, Mr. and Mrs. James Ttdwell and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koonce. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kerner, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Greemvay, Mrs. Helen Sanders and Dallas Brownlee. lege's opera season. Mrs. Tom Callls, Mrs. T. L. Sinn- • nd the Business Women's Circle, will meet «t the church lor a supper at 7:00 p.m. Q. K. o. Club meeting at the home ol Miss Vcra Goodrich. Gleaners Sunday School class of the First Baptist Church meeting at HIP home of Mrs. Charles Penn nt 8 o'clock. W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist Cliurcli will have their regular monthly proitrmu meeting at 2:30 p.m. at Ihe church, W. M. U. ol the First Baptist Chinch ivlll meet In circle- groups. Circle One will meet at Ihe horn* o( Mrs. Viitiml Deal; Circle Two meeting with Mrs. Charles R. Newcomb; Circle Three meeting at the home ol Mrs. w. U Moxlcy: Circle Four nieciliiR with Mrs. Alvln Huffman Jr.: Circle Five meeting at Ihe homo of Mrs. Jesse .Seemnn and Circle Six muHIni! at the home of Mis. J. W. Rayder. Tuesday Clm-levolx Chapter D. A. R. Will have 1 o'clock luncheon nt Hotel Noble wllh Mrs. Jnmcs Hill Jr. and Mrs. C. p. Tucker as hostesses. Tri-Town Bridge Club being entertained t\t the home of Mrs. Jniucs Lee Brooks. La Ncuve Club meeting with Miss Mary Adah Robinson. PACK Aid Proposed For Germany Three Powtrs Seek ERP Benefits For Defeated Nation IiONDON, March «. <UF»)-Amer- Icun, British aud French dcleglitM aurerrt In conta-mcf hern thiit Germany should be fully associated with Hie EuroiKiiii recovery pio- Ri'ifn «nd adrquiildy repic.wnictl "n nny continuing organization It w«« announced today. The three po»'ers uwwd a Joint staicment at the conclusion of (hdr conference on Germany. Proposals for tne association of Germany with the ERP will bo presented at the meeting of the Marshall plan countries in Purls March 15, the »nnoimmuri)t snw 'Hie delf«ate« also agreed to submit recoimmmdiillons to I/mdnn Washington and PHI-IS on a propo- si>l for International control of tne Senior School P. T. A. meet- . . . Ing at 3:00 p.m., preceedcd by Executive Board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Dr. Ectna Nics will be guest .i|»ak- er. Wednesday Avnlon Bunco Club meeting at. the home of Mrs. Eddie Ford Jr. Town and Country Club being entertained at the home ot Mrs. O. o. Caudlll. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich. Sudbury P.-T, A. meeting at 3:00 p.m.. preceded by Executive Board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Thursday Mis. A. O. Little entertaining members of the Thursday Club. Jolly Eight Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Don Haley. Octette Club members Caruthersville C. of C. Plans for Annual Meeting OARUTHERSVK.!,r. Mo.. March 8 — file annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will be held Monday March 15, beginning at 7-30 o' clock In the Methodist Church, with women of the church to soive Hie meal, Secretary j. r. "Pat" 1'iilteison announced yesterday. Principal speaker will lie L. W. Trester, a member of (ho Board of Directors of Ihe Chamber ot Commerce of tlie United stnles. He will ii|ieak on "A Program for Amerlcnn Opportunity." D«niil« L, Cain, president df Ihe Chamber of commerce, will be In charge ot Ihe prosram.whlch Includes election of nine members lo Ihe Hoard of Directors of the loi'nl Ohnmber of Commerce for UIR Insulng year. Get Protection from Land "Sharks" i* Power Firm Executive Dies in Pine Bluff ' ' — Mr. and. Mrs. Arthur i are still In the market lor » farm. ^ Tlie rugged trip, vl« eorcrMl w»- gon mid truck, from Bethel, vt. t» Clarksvllle has Introduced Uu !•-• mears «nd their n pedljrewl (osU to man v warmhearted person*, hut they have yet to find that which they came all the way to find. They decided to com* to Arkansas some time ago, when Lamear'i doctor told him he needed * etuoc* of climate, and after Mrs. LWBMT had read • mailing circular pent out by » real estate man of Oww, near Clarksvllle. narnslcy has since sold out. and the Lamears, when they have rut- ed sufficiently from their trip »n«l tho rousing celebration here, will lave to look up another land dealer. nut nctually, they have little to worry about, for one C1«i**vUIe resltlent pointed out last, night 'we're not going to let anyon* .ike advantage of these New England Yankees." On the proposr-d mcrftcr of (he' ^^'M'^I"°i "'^'^""'""^ three western zones of Oemwny h i ? ^ f" 11 ",'"' ln 1>llle WM ' "" I liosiiltnl lodny of n henrl minck suffered last night. He wns 65 Umjjtno was assouliitnl Billy Burnham. son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Burnham, Is spending the weekend in West Memphis, as guest ol Rilla Ross and her par ent£. i — j — -••..» ...v» •.•.,.. ». **.i iviiu-VYCCR ^>iuu oein Mr. and Mis. a. W. Hale and chit- Wilkins, who it. a patient in the ! by Mrs. M. A. kaaca. dren of Marie, Ark , are visiting Mr. Baptist Hospital there. - ' - - - . .„... u «..,j, iT4 , 0 , i, j_,. dutii- i_»ciciie UIIID memoers oenifr. en- ford. J. w. Cady and the Rev. tcrtnlned at the home of Mrs. M. N. Charles Lewis were in Memphis Nunn. J Wednesday to visit with Mrs. T. 0. Mid-Week Club being entertained the communique sMrtt "A wide measure of ngrcemonl »'»« rftiched on a number of controversial iwints. "In particular it v ns ngreeil (hat B federal form of Knvei'iuncnt a ( |e- quately protecting Die liRhts o[ the iraprctU'e stntrs, but nl Die sumf time provlriiiii- lor nilciiunte cent ml iiulhorlty, Is best nclaplcil for HIP eventual re-establlsluiwnt of OIT- nmn unity, at present disrupted " The wlndup of the talks which have been going on in London \vns wa s described us mei'cly a recess. The conference will bo rwiinicd next inonlli. when security mid ler- lltorlal nucstlom will u* tnken nil. "Within 10 (tny.x more iirogrpM has been made tlinn during the precedlnr three years." Ix-vHn Douslas. U. S. ambassador to Britain and American representative at the meeting, suld. "This has been an extrnordlnur- lly successful and fruitful meeting." The cmmiiunlqiie said (hat In order lo tncllttnle the n.ssoclntlon of Western Oerinnny with |ln> El!1>. "the three delegations concerned further agreed Unit prompt ncllon should be taken to coordliintc n.i far as possible the economic policies of the three zones In such mnltere as JorelRij and Iriter-zoniil trnde customs and freedom of movement for persons and goods." lute llnrvcy C. Couch In (irfinntr,- IIIK Ihe power compunj. He built Hie first power line from Mulvmi lo Arkadclphla nud built the first cpntml power slatlon at Mnlvcrn In lOlll. ' He was general nmuniicr of lln> rompniiy for many yous iindl hh retirement 15 years ago when he 'ifcamft vice-president. He wa« a Mnson, H Shlrlner and a member of the First Methodist Cliurcli here. Friday Hale's mother, Mrs. Louis Rhymes I Mrs - E - E - Tucker Is visiting her Blythevllle Girl Sconta will pre- and Mr. Rhymes. son Eugene Tucker and Mrs. Tuck- sent an International Friendship Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Taylor will er ln Seattle, Wash. ' Di-ogram at the High School Audl- . _ ,,-.„. ... ... - — J ««* T...*i YJ a. • « t 1 lJI«JftlWHlR(flllC*TI|J[li OCIIVKJI rtllCll- leave in the morning for Texar-1 Robert Lucas of Kllgore. Texas, [ torium at T30 p.m. Each troop kana, Ark., where they will spend I *" «« d .T uc5day r ° r » slx wc ^s'! will be represented and the public , ., week with their daughter, Mrs. vlslt wlth his sister, Mrs. Hurry Sam Matthews and family. Mrs. Rowland Potter of Memphis attended to business here yesterday and also visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and children, Sammy, Jimmy and June An- gallne of Madisonville, Ky., have returned to their home after spending three weeks here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Hill. They came especially to be with Mrs. Smith's mother. Mr«. T. A. Merritt, who has been a patient at the Walls Hospital lor-several weeks. Her condition Is slightly Improved. Marion Potter returned Thursday from the Veteran* Hospital in Memphis where he had been a patient for several weeks while recuperating from Injuries received In a wreck. Mrs. Cleo Langston, Mrs. Ann McWilliams and Mrs. O. O. Poeti are spending today in Memphis. Amoun* those* In Memphis last night to attend the show "Harvey" at Mils auditorium were, Mr. and Mrs. Farmer England, Mr. and Mrs. Elton Klrby, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smart and son, Murray, Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whilsltt," Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Aih- craft, and Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill. Condition of Walter Webster, who was admitted to the Methodist Hospital In Memphis Tuesday, is unchanged. C. W. Ramey was admitted to the Methodist Hospital in Memphis today where he will undergo a major operation next week. He was accompanied there by Mrs. Ramey. Mrs. James B. Clark returned last night from Anna Maria, Ha., Stanford and other relatives, Condition of Mrs. Jim Layel, who has been seriously ill for the past two weeks, Is improved. MM. S. B. Terry lisd as her guest Wednesday, her mother, Mrs. J. S Dillahunty of Blylhevllle. Mr. and Mrs. John Martin of Caruthersville, Mo., were guests last week of their daughter, Mrs. Charles Howard and Mr. Howard. Condition of Mrs. T. D. Wilkins, who Is a patient at the Baptist Hospital In Memphis, is satisfactory. She was accompanied there by Mr. Wilkins. Seefc Positions As Firemen, Policemen PINE BLUFF, Ark.. March 5. (UP) Civil Service examinations for po- ,1s invited to attend. Mrs. Cecil Graves entertaining members of the Alpha Beta Bunco Club. C. B. C. Club members meeting at the home of Mri. Cornelius Scherer^ Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commarce Board of Directors—7:30 p.m. TunuUjr Lions Club—12:15 p.m. American Legion—8:00 p.m. City Council—8:00 p.m. Wednesday Klwanls Club—12:10 p.m. Thuriday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. Lives to Be 700 NEW YORK, March «. (UP) — Mrs. Mary Priscilla Bennett who wa« born when Now York was « city of only 690,000 persons, was loo years old today. "1 only have one regret," she said. ' t can't ride in the sidecar of my son's motorcycle any more." FREE! 25* FAMILY SIZE 0««m NIX DEODORANT >*l I* >*f» Iw Aii) *nri tl»(hJ»t, FM! NIX'* rich, tr*««v iKMlhNMt Ihil N^VEK DrlYS OUT JN An fc-t «U» frM»i **d riilMtv. INIi tMtftt'xi bf h (-I'M *«*M«*J> I»r ]&*"M r1h*r n*|lMM fcr»«J«), ACF «Hl«4lr—Off*f GIT YOUR NIX TODAY M • n««l«r It* )«r *4 Nix 1r*m >»y Drw, UM"? MM H^Yo^'ll iMllr*tH> cruv *b«uM* Ihn. taHhin 3D <«r«. elmply Mklf r«f Iran *VdrrM*U NI*?C««w**k*' C«.. l^o.'^M"*" Phil I, T*»*,, **4 1h«V will Mn4 »»«K 35*. HM »* It*. »n4 IK* >• *t>«> hMk (• »*« ki •*»•, M*lklM ***J< W r*7r*r. d«t VoUD rirftUr I* Mid ••{ ft xTs'Mh^hlli 1 1# +<i*f friM hit Mh*H**l»r. Aitistant County Ag«nf Selected for Pemitcot Mo.,M«rch« — W. T. "Tom" Bninple, son of Mr. nud Mrs. Irvtu Sample of the Wol.' Hnymi community, Ims accepted a position as assistant county 'atent In Dunklln County, friends here leiirncd Friday. Mr. Sample was recently Kmrlimted from the Colleje of ARilcnltnrc of the University of Missouri. ImvhiK first entered the university In 1041, but being Interrupted three years which he ipent In service. Continuous Show* Kvery Day Box Office Opens 1:4S Show Starts 2:00 USTKN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. U:4S p.m. «:M f Salarday Vigilante's Return with .Inn Hull and Marfaret Llndtey Serial: "Brick Bradford" N». f anrt Short C<niL tthowi Sat. U a.m.-ll;W f.m. Pern/scot Schoolmasters —^ivu service examinations for po- „ .... sltlons as police and flremen have Hear Ltlboum Educator been taken by 12 Negro applicants at Pine Blufl. Civil Service Board Chairman J. A. Sibley said that the applications were not differentiated In »ny way from those of white applicants. However, it had been rumored that the entire Pine Bluff Civil Service Board might resign if any Negro applications were accepted. where she spent the Winter months. In route home, Mrs. Clark visited in Live Oak, Pla., with Mrs. Georgia Dowling Ambrose a former classmate at, Virginia College, Rormak, Va. CAKUTHERSVILLE, Mo., March 6 — The Pemiscot Sshoolmasters Association met Wednesday night at Hayward, with Lynn Twltty, superintendent of Lllbourn schools, the speaker. His subject was "Pending School Legislation", with special emphasis being placed on the use of the M. 500 ,000 appropriation pending In the legislature to bring Missouri schools up to the average spent per child In the nation. Marvin McKInney, Hayward superintendent, and vice-president of the schoolmasters group, presided In the absence of President C. M. Bell of Haytl. Enter- r »"-•". v. i«». am ui fiayu. je,nier- Mr. «nc! Mrs. Raymond Hart andi tainment was furnished by the Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hart attended i Hayward 38-piece band, with the the basketball game In Jonwboro < drum majorettes giving a baton last night. Scientists have coined a word "hypcrgolic." It designates rocket pror.rllent combinations that arc self-igniting, as opposed to fuck that must be "sparked" to start the firing process. cot County Health • Department according to Dr. S. B. Beecher, county health officers. They are Mrs. Harvey Slentz, Haytl, Mo., and Anna Smith. Caruthersvillc, WE R:PAIR RADIOS All Makes — All Models For Auto — For Home PROMPT-SERVICE PHONE 578 for Pick-up or Delivery Sullivan-Nelson Chev. Co. twirling demonstration. Combining reptile print with a •mooth leather mud guard create! an amazingly »mart effect. Add a high pointed front, a low walking heel and an extension sole and y.m have "Scuffer" the season'* imartcst walking shot. Brown Alligator Print $7.95 1 &. SONS I SH O E S I \APPY MOUR Grocery A |"| Market When you win a jar of Manhattan coffee, dial 814 and let us deliver it to you and pick up your coupon. Use our Free Delivery Service. ^_ _ DIAL 814 One or three pound jars of fresh Manhattan Coffee. Ground, Drip, Reg. or Pulverized. FREE DELIVERY SERVICE —SAVE YOUR TIRES To gel the longest life from your tires, stop uneven wc.-ir by having them changed around. Lee Motor Sales will do it in a JlfTy. No waiting. Let us check all of your tires at once for safety's sake. We can save your life as we save your tires. WE HAVE ALL SIZES FIRESTONE TIRES IN STOCK. Best Truck Service Anywhere! LEE MOTOR SALES INC. CMC TRUCKS— OLDSMOB I LE 307 East Main St. Phone 519 Sunday »nd Monday Himt Strombeni HEDY Paramount 'News and snorU Cont. Showlnc Sunday 1:30 U ll:tt COMING! Scudda Hoo- Scudda Hay with June H*ter and I .on McAllister Box Office Opens 6:J» Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday I:Wr SUrti 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. k Sna. Bargain Nliht Kvcry Nlithl Kxcept Saturday No passes honorctl on Sunday fc Roxy Theatre SATURDAY Wild Brian Kent with Ralph Bellamy Serial: "Canadian Mounted" N» 1 and Short Cont'd Shows Sat. \t:3» to H:J» Sunday and Monday Fox Movietone News >M) S! Cont. Sbowtnc Su. l:3«-lt:

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