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PACK FOUX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1947 Ateutl Emily Wix«c«, Society Editor Phone iif.l Charlene Wright W,?d . TO Califorhian Here i Mts» Charlen* Wright of Blythe- tille became the bride of Marlon Reglnal Smith of Vsllijo, C.llf., in a single ring ceremony S*turi!ay njght at 7:30 o'clock: at the Marshall Blackard home. She made her home with Mr. and Mrs. Blackard and Mrs. Well Blackard and he U the •on o( Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Smith of Vallijo. . The Rev. D. B. Blectwe, associate pastor of First'Baptist Church, officiated In the pTtsenceTSf friends and relatives of thje couple. , ';•;• •Mrs. I/onnle'i Fill!ham wai h»r lister's matrojp^of Iftjnbr. 8h« wore, »' white aurt black dress with a cor'-" •age of red carnations.'"- '"•' The bride, given in marriage Dy her brother, W. J. Wright, wore » light blue suit \vitH black accessories and at her shoulder she pinned • corsage of pink camalionis. A reception was held following the ceremony.. ' , . Mr. and Mrs. Smith 'will take a wedding trip to California, where they plan to make their home. • * • * Many From Out of Town Attend Tant Reunion H/elatlvej of c. A. Tant from «J far away »a California have returned to their homes After cwv Baptist Women Meet For Misnon Program Mr«, Ebb Otrson waj In iharfr el the State Mission program presented yesterday at a combination program and btitlneu meeting of the Woman's MlMlonary Society of First Baptist Church at the church. Mrs. Carson gave introductory re- marki concerning Ihe program topic "Arkansas, White Unto Harvest". and Mrs, Jim Crafton dUciKsed "And Look to th« Field*." Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe's topic was "For They Are White Unto Harvett." Special mu- ilc presented was entitled "How Long Must W* Wult?" > A poem liven by Mrs. Carson was entitled "Awareness." Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr., gave the devotional "Lift Up Your Eyes", taken from tlie fourth chapter of John. Prayers were led by Mr*. H, H. Brooks, Mr.s. E. E. Stevens, Mrs, Marlon Wllllami and Mrs. C. S. Lemons. * * 4 Mission Week Plans Made at Board Meet I Plans lor the observance of Home <,,&UM!od Week, which will be held : Oct. 27 to Nov. 3, were made yesterday at, a mnUug of Uit EXKU- llv. . Board of th« Women'i Auxiliary of Pint Pre»byt«r!«n Church Mrs. C, M. Gray, president, was Bits of News Ing to Blytheville during the wefkr |'was in charge of the meeting and | Hospital, •nd for a family reunion. ':;• Mrs. Boss Stevens ic»ve the devo- "Tne reunion was held at the', llonal with Mr». Lulle Hooper leart- TVmt home on Donga n Street and Ing In prayer, • t Mr. Tanl's new warehouse. ; During Home Minion Week, a week of prayer ami aelf-denlal, there will be a wrlti :>t prayer meetings and'a family nliht supper. Plan* lor attending a group conference in Pamgould on Oct. 21, were also made. Mrs. W. L» Homer returned last flight from Kansas City, where she has sjxml several day.s with her sister, Mr.s. J. E. Allmon Jr., and Mr, Allmon. She was accompanied by Miss Mayme I_>yon of Whexiley. Hilly Wayne McFmland and Donald Hucy arc at home after going' lo Memphis for the Ole- Miss-fiouth Carolina football ^ame. Mr«. A. N. Williams of Memphis Is the houfieKuest of Mr.s. c.il OMsclt and sons, Cnl and Jim, AI BurdcUe. Mrs. Harrison Philips of Madl.son, 111., Is the hou.scguc.st of her sister, Mr«. Tom W. Jiu-twn. John Bruce Wilson has returned lo Senalobia, MKs,, wiicio he Is fi student at NorthwrMr-in Junior College, after sijcnding ri brief lime here with his mother. Mi's. B. B. Wilson. Mr. and Mvs. Charlrt Wcndt of Cleveland, O,, have been the guests ot Mr. »nd Mrs. A. Conway lor several days. Mrs. Louis Proclor, M'lio'under-i went a major operation at Wall ' has been (Usmiftsed and Dr. F. Rothert To Speak Friday To PTA Council Dr. Franc* Rothert of M«nphl«, representative of th* ArluniM State Health Department at Uttl« Rock, will speak to members of the Mississippi County Council of the Parent-Teacher Association at the annual Fall meeting- Friday at Dyes*. The meeting will be»ln at •:*> a.m. with registration and t» concluded at 2;30 p.m. Dr. Rothert, who is also PTA Bummer round-up chairman of the Arkansas Conference, 'irlll dlscuts "Maternal and child Care." Other speakers will Include Phillip J. Deer of Blythevllle, supervisor of Mississippi County Schools, Mrs. Marvin CrltUnden of the Welfare Department here. Miss Eula McDougal of Osceola, county librarian, and Mr.v Jesse M. Whit« of Btytheville, Flfui District PTA chairman. Mrs. W. B. Burkett of Bassett is program chairman and Mrs. J. W. Miller of Joiner Is prerident of the Council. Part of the morning's activities will )>c a business session. Count/ Delegates Attend Cancer Society Meeting Miss Hubler Hostess .where the group, wai entertained with a barbecue supper. .Relatives from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. T.. J, Knight of Torrence, Calif., Mrs. George NfcVca and son, Gene, and Mrs. Ralph Berry, all of cape Olrnnlexii, Mo,; Mr, and Mrs. Ed Knight of Port- afreville, Mo.; Mrs. Raymond Lewis , and four children of East Prairie.! lo WeslcVan Guild Mo.; Mrs. Gage Knight and Mr.! J and Mrs. John Lclncr, all of Ca- rutherjivllle. Mo.; Mrs. W. N. Y6ung, W. N. Young Jr., Mr. and Mi's Walter Young and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jolui. Tant and Mrs. V. H. Masscy, all of Wardcll. Mo.; Mrs. Macll Clark of Kcnncll, Mo., and Mr, and Mrs. I. L. Fisher of Thayer, Mo. Miss Maiy Hubler was hostess last night to members of the Wesleyrui Guild Service of First Methodist Church and two visitors, Mrs. Hugh WWUitl, president of the W. S. C. S. of the church, and Mrs. Wilson Henry. Two new members attending were. Miss Mnry Ellen Hill and, Mr.s. A. B. Falrfleld. The devotional was Hlveu by Miss Eutopla Whltworth, president of the guild. The topic was "Ask, 8cek, .and Knock." Miss Mamie L. Ad- Mrs. Ruth A'Day of Little Rock, I ams w »s |,i charge of the program, One third of the 175,000 cancer fatalillci In the United Stales latt year could have been prevented by early examination. Dr. Ponter Rodgers of Scare;/ told 118 Cancer Society rfprcsentiUlve.i, including four from Mississippi County, at a training .sr-hool yc.stcrdny In Ncivport of Ihe first and second district of the Field Army, Arkansas Division of , , , „..,,,,. „. the American Cancer Society. is now n I home! at 301 W. Ash St. ^presenting tWs coim(ry wcre Her com! lio,, Is satlsfnctorv ' m D Halnmock com . Mr ami Mrs A. Coiwav loft this d er f t , , t , M morning for M<u.sh«I, Mo., where d , ' Blytheville; they will visit rel;.liv« for a week. | M Watson, commarid- E. L. Crouch Jr.. lefi this afternoon to return to Washi"Ktoii, n C., after flUcndinK two weeks with his parents, Mr. nnrt Mr.s. EdRar L. Crouch, and brother, Wayne He Is employed in the Division of Air Mull Records In the Government Post Office Department' En Washington. Mrs, L. Albrlllon of I'lulucnh, Ky.. arrived yesterday to be Uie house- Kiic.it of Mr, atui Mrs. J. A. Leech. Site Is Mrs. Leech's aunt. Condition of W. M. McNeil), who was admitted to the Blythevllle Hospital this morning, Is unchanged. Mr. McNelll suffered n heart attack several days ngo. Sltate Officers to Visit Local Royal' Neighbors . , , state superintendent of the Royal j entitled "The Gospel for This Oeti- Helghbors of America, will visit ! nation " the Blytheville chuHer" O f the or- i p^i ror , n , em berihlp drive to Mitsco Baptist Group To Hold Annual Meeting ganizatlon Oct. i?, 11 was nnnounc- \ ^t til at a meeting last night at the i home of Mrs. Pearl Hires. 1 Plans for the visit wcre made during a business newion and afterward the hostess served refreshments. lhe flrst week ln Novmbc r «*« m^e «nd the »roup discussed the week of prayer and made R special nflerinR for it. Miss Hubler was assisted by her mother. Mrs. SMlie Jlwblsr, *nrt Miss Monta Hughes. Mrs. Redman Returns ffom T. B. Conference Mrs. c. G. Redman, executive •ecretary of the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, relumed last night from ' Houston, Texas, where she attended a (lircc-day Southern National Conference of this organization as the ' county's only representative. Representing Arkansas at the conference, made up of 15 stales, were 11 delegates. _> Conference officers elected were James I". Kratu of Nashville, Tcnn., president; Dr. George Scrumck of Atlanla, Ga., vice prejfflent; Prank Vfebster of Raleigh, N. C.. secretary-treasurer. •In discussing the convention. Mr.->. Ridmah pointed out that it was beneficial to the local organizations In that every phase of their problems *-ere discussed. ' * • * Miss Overrrfan Hostess To Baptist Auxiliary iliss' Bcrnice Overman WBS hostess to the Youiig-Wo^ieYi's Auxiliary ot First Baptist Church last night at the home of Mrs. Charles Davis on Barfleld Road. ' Mrs: Jack Wagrioii was a visitor and nine members were present (Or th* meeting. .-,• Mn. Davis gave, the devotional Hid Mrs. Wagnori taught the 1Mb shapter ot lhe miMlon study book, • "I?-ay Ye." . . . • The hostess, served refreshment., assisted by Mr«. Duvii. • I Miss Roger* Entertains ,GEO Member's With Parly A\tA Ila Rogers was hostew so members of the GEO Club last night at the Henry Humphrey home at 81» W. Main St.. with a dessert llt;e party. Miss Frances 'McHnney was a juest other than club members. !ls.i Dorothy Jean Hlgglnxon won h score rtvirlng the games and Ml.w Vcra Goodrich rpceivcd brldgo. WSCS Meeting Held A chicken dinner In Novcrnbe! w»« plsnned yesterday when Itic Women's Society of Ohriatnln Service of Luke street Methixllst Church met »t the church. x Mrs. G«org« M. stlllwell, president, w» s In ch»r«e of th« biul- ness meellng, Mrs. Lacy Gordon »•« » .yultnr nnd Mrs. jo« Strtcklund |«ve tho devotional. Mayer w«» led by Mrs. W. t* Green. Receives Glider 'Wings' Pvl. Winfred E. Miller, 1011 o! Mrs. Mary Lu(z of Blytheville, hm received his gHder wings M & paratrooper, the Army sold today. He Li «t»tlone<l with tht Eighth Army, lllh Airborne Division Artillery, at Jlnmichl, on tht tslnnd of Honshu Japan. The 23nl nniuml .session of th^ Mls.si.s.ii[jpl County Baptist Associ- nllon will be hold Thursday unit Friday at tllp First Baptist Chuvcll at Doll, the Flev. R. E. Jones, pi\s- lor, silltl lodny. Siwnkcrs will Include B. li. Duncan of Lltllc Rock, editor of the Arkansas Bnptist nia^azlllD; the Rnv. E. C. Brown, jiastor ol tlie First Bnptint Churcli at BlylhevlUc; aurt C. C. Coulter ol Little Hock, supcr- inlciulcnt of the Anti-Saloon League. The -Rev. O. ,}. TUishiiiR. pastor cf i Manila Baptist Chinch, will be moderator lor the session and several er of the Osccola chapter and Mrs. Bruce Colbert of Osceola. Dr. Hodtjers stressed the fifth of the seven symptoms of cancer, Irregular Indigestion. "The three known cures at (his sage", he said, "arc sui'Rcry, x-ray and radium." lie pointed out lhat the cause of cancer is not known but that cleanliness Is extremely" Important. Other speakers Included Mrs. Charlotte Payne, national lay service director, who explained that cancer victims could be treated In the home as well as in the hospital. Mrs. Dai-Id S. Long, regional director, stressed the need for volunteer workers 111 the Society and R. L. Mack of Fort Smith discussed child education. He pointed out that seven million of the youths in the four high school grades have toon given literature on cancer. He also spoke of the annual c.ssay contest. In which prizes are awarded. Mis. W. R. Brooksher of Port Smith, state commander, and Mrs. Payne presided »t a round table discussion. Coming Events Social Calendar WEDNESDAY Mapl* Grove (jemeiery Association— Mr§, John Durham, 2:30 p.m. Town and Country Club—Mrs. O, O. Caudlll. CBC Ctub^tn Memplili u »u«ls of Mr«. W. O. Phelan. " '; Chapter D. P. E. O. Sisterhood- Mrs. W. Marlon Williams, Mrs. Walktr Baker, »t Willlami home 130« West Main St. THURSDAY. Lone Oak Methodist Church — box supper, ^ pm., nlloit Fletcher Chapter of United Daughters of the Confederacy—Mrs. Oe'th Atkinson. Octette Club—Mrs. J«me» Hill, Mid-Week Club — Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Fidelia Sunday School class oi First Baptist Church — monthly social at home of Dr, Edna Nlcs. « p.m. Jolly Eiifhl Club — Mrs, N. H. Blakemore. FRIDAY Alpha Uclla Chapter--'of Beta Sigma Phi sorority—Miss June Gosnell, 2:30 )).m,, model meeting. Dorcas Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church — 2:30 p.m.. at the church with Mrs. R. L, need- er and Mr.s. rj." P. Tucker as hostesses. Civic Calendar ITUESDAY American UcRion, 8 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary, WEDNESDAY Kiwanl.s Club—12:lo p.m. Siiutmry P. T. A. Executive Board —2;30 pun., followed by P. T. A., 3 p.m. THUDSDAY Rotary Club— Hi: 10 p.m. FRIDAY Football Senior High Chicks vs. Pine Bluff here. Junior Higli Pans vs Jonesboro there. Marriage License* Marriage licenses which have been Issued recently at the office of the county court clerk here were to the following: George Brewer and Miss Elizabeth Luencman, both of Cgn- tralia, Mo.; Leonard L. Colin and Mrs. Zelpha Gruc, lx>th of Menfro. Mo.; Adolph Harrison and Mis. Fannie Mae Newman, both ot Bly- thcvllle; nay Koester and Miss Sylvia Lambert, both of Union, Mo,; Hariey H. King of Blythevllle and Mrs. Mary E. Payne of Oaspt-r, Ala.; 1 Cecil Barrow Jr., and Miss Vernice Stages, both of Dell; Harrison Ward and Miss filllle Jean Ballinger, both of Caruthcrsvllle, Marvin Dunham and Miss Sophia Borowskl, both of St. Louis, Mo.; Melburn Lee Stewart and Miss Helen Mnrie Bryant, both of St. Louis; Leonel T. Trevlno and Miss Virginia Avila, both of Dell; Ira E. Ramsey and Mies Camilla Man- gium, both of Manila; M. C. Green- wny and Miss Emma Lou Crawford. Miss Marie Copeland, both of Lcnchvlllc; Pienoya Coomer and Miss Alta King, both of Bt«ele; E. H. Shultz and M(ss Myrtle Ellen Knuckles, both of Blytheville. Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL BTOCK- YAHDS, Oct. 7. (UP)— CUSDA)— Livestock: Hogs 9,500, salable 8,800; fairly active, steady to 25o higher than average Monday. Sows rno»Uy steady. Bulk good and choice 180 to 300 Ibs. 29.25-29.50: top 2950 Few early 29. 1GO to 170 Ibs. M.25- to 120 Ib. pigs 22.50-25. Good 210 Mississippi County pastors ticipate. l par- Music Program Given At Wilson Club Meeting WILSON, Oct. 7—George Hodge, director of music at Mnrkrd Tree High School, presented 10 of his pupils in ft miscellaneous program of music at UK', weekly meeting of the Wilson Co-operative Club. ' Mrs. Diulson Wren presided at the meeting and Mrs, Grorgc Hodge was in cnnrgc of the program. Hostesses were Mrs. Dora Merrill, _ . _..„ upttt lour Uite. gut; diicomfort, to 450 Ib. sows 27-28; heavier weight Uk* Dr. CildwelTi Itmoui mxllcltM I 25.50-26.50. Stags 17-20. to (julcklj »uU lh« trifgaren Uijt "iaj Cattle 1,500. salable 8,500: calves 3,000, all salable. Cattle supply continues light in volume with especially large'number of light year- Unas and calves oflerert. Market generally sleady. Top good steers both of Dell; Hcrshel F. Byrrt Bncl; 8 ' 1 ' 0 " 8 at 30-50-31; a few medium Mrs. Viola R. Byrd, both of Blvthc- i to B ° od l ' ln(is 22-26; .good heifers and mixed yearlings 25-27; medium kinds 16-23; common 12.50-15.50; j cutters around 11.50-12; common beef cows largely 13.50-16; odd head good cows 17-17.50; cannen and cutters 10.75-13; sood beef bulls 17.50-18; medium to good sausage bulls 15-50-17.50; vealers steady; sood and choice 24-29; common and medium 13-23. Alonzo Roach and Miss Katharine Crouch, both of Blytheville; Harold Long and Miss Betty Loe [ GorT, both of Manila; Rlcardo Con-i trca and Miss Emmie Lee Priillt,! both of Blythcvillo; Charles Dennis Davis and Miss Erma Lee Doty, both of Manila; Donald Ramsey and Miss ,!u:inlt;i Evans, both of Blytheville; James Ray Daves of Holland. Mo., and Miss Ruby D. Newman of Steele. Mo.: Lcatucc Clay Tyler of Manila and Miss Myrtle Stevens of Hlythe- ville; Ellis Curtis of Manila and Miss Jessie Huney of Lost Cauc. Wllbert Wilson of Btytlicvlllc and Miss Betty Welch of Steele: Reginald Smith i\n<i Miss Charlene Wright, both of Elyihcvlllo; Ted Dunogan and Mrs. Lena Dunegan. Ijoth of pscculn; Cecil Matliis and -r ^ COATS •% SUITS ^ DRESSES Sizes 2-6x All Va Pric* TOT SHOP 11(1 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 fluicklf »ull t.. - . udi" ind klip you Itti krijht ao« coipa*r ataln. M. GALVWItt'f il Iki woadtrful lin- ualiiAtiT* conUined la food old Syruy Pepxia t* nuke it K euj lo Uk«. K1ANY POCTOR1 UM p«p«lD pcipaia- tioac la pr*KiiptioQff to make th* medJ- cljyt nor* palatable and ttrteabla to tak*. So b« iur< jour UiitiT* li con* fW«lT ON D». CCLDWILL'S—th« (a- forite of millioni (or 50 !»«ri, aad fetl tint whclMom* »Utf bom coniSp»- tion. Even finicky children loi* it. CAUTION: UM only u dlrxttd, DR.CA1DWELLS SEUVA LAXATIVE - SYRUP PEa^IN Osceo/b Events TUjiSDAY Osceola Supper Club — Cramer Cafe. WEDNESDAY' Parent - Teacher Association — grade school. 2:30 p.m. THURSDAY Junior Seminoles vs. Pavagould — Osceola. ' . Two-Table Bridge Club—Mrs, C. C. Bowen. KiwanLs Club—p.rade school, 7 p.m. FRIDAY Two-Table Bridge Club—Mrs. Sam Hodge.!. Osceola Seminoles vs Earle — Earle\ Continuous Khiiv.s Every Day Box Office' Opens 1:-I5 Show Starts 2:00 USTKN TO KLC'N 8:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. J :'M 11.111. Tuestliiv At The Hospitals RLVTHEVILLE HOSriTAL. Admitted: William M. McNclll, city. . Mrs. Q. S. Wagster, Cooler. Mo. Mrs. J. W. Miller, Steele, Mo. Dl.smls.srd: Thclma Ooss. Wilson. H, J. Hodge, city. Jack Dyre, city. Mrs. Olllc Holli.1, City.'-, WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Onita Willams, Leachvllle. Donna Fayc Tinker, city. BAPTIST HOSPITAL. Memphlj Dismissed: ,. : W. W. Johnson, city. ' Mrs. M. C. Patterson, Osceola. S. B. Patton, city. t Wilson News Mr. and Mrs. F. S, Rccac spent the weekend In Hot Springs. Miss Rubyc Berry spent the j weekend at. her home in Vikmin. Mlases Mary E, Symoncls aiul sett(i Wolfe were Memphis visitors Saturday.- 1 '' - u : Eric Waddcll, Lester Kf.lc Jr., Jlmmle Muncy, M!r. and Mrs>A. L. Green well, Mr and Mrs, 6. H. Whltnker, Miss Tiny Andcrsori and [3wight Anrtersoti were ama'n'g Llie Wilson fans who attended tlie Ole- Miss vs. South Carolina football game in Memphis Saturday. Mrs. Waller Kcither «"a.s a weekend visitor in BlytheviHe. Mr. and Mi'.s. W. F. Bowie have returned to their home in Weir, Miss,, after a few dn^vs visit with their son, Amos Bowie and Mrs. Bowie. Dark Delusion with TJnnel Bari-yiiioi-o ;mil Lucille llrcmer Scleclctl Slmrl -Suhjccls Continuous showing' everyday Mr.s. Meeting Re*d OouriBc Mtwt Want Ad* Baby Doll Pump It's Hot- Dark Brown Suede Tan Leather Bars Fiddle Shank Wedge AAA to I W A / ' • <»•» " v • WBHBTTK'S » ~ «. ..o. ^ Royal Arcli Masons mcetlnF tomorrow, 7:30 p.m., ,it the hall for Irs. Eva ElKlns". Mrs. J. K. Hamp- j work In the Mark Master degree; Mr. Eva C.irlin. Mrs. Map La- Mayor E. R. Jnckson. high priest. Thursday and Friday Divorces Divorces PMIcrt: H. Y. Liltlcjohn v.i Bee Uttlejohn; Ruth Me Perry vs J. C. Perry; Glady Hicks vs. Danny Hicks; Dorothy Lucille Bcggs vs Donald Bcggs. MIOHTr DSAMAI MArCHL£5S ROMANCE! u grin, R*Y | BARBARA BARRY STJIIITO--FII/EEIIAII and a Cost ot Thousand* Selected Shorts :<-stn, Mrs. TMla T>'lcr. Mrs. H. M. -*mbert and Mrs. Ertd PIHman. Order nf the Rainbow Girls meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the Masonic Hall for a business session. COAL HEATERS Heats All Day and Night Without Refusing Tl,« WARM MO»NlNG,«m P lor. amaiing, p.tent.d, Interior •onitruciion ptincipU. which ttniH in rem»rkabl« h*adng efficiency at low con. Burni any kind ol coal, coke or bri- quets. Stmi-kutomat- ic, niagaiine feed. IloM< fire for several days on closed drift. Sun a fire but once » year. Requires le.»8 attention than n\o*t fnrnacei. Now more tlian a million in ii.tc! Come in and tec tHU rcmaikable healer. Hubbard Hardware Co. Hubbard & Hoke Appliance Co. Hubbard Furni-lure Co. S£EN VOGUE ' low aic in liigli favor Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Starts 6:45 Openi Sunday 1:60: Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Mfht Except Saturday No passea honored on Sunday at the Roxy Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURS 1 8 1.75 cizeaow omly *3.QG si/.e now only »1.95 Dryncss, rougiincss— even fatignt sLutfuwa l<-nil to fade away when ym u<e tliis luxurious emollient. Cel yotira Imby anrl give yonr skin all liie<?e beauty licnctU-?. Don't wail. Sale lasts only a limited lime. WOOD'S DRUG STORE 221 W. Main Phone 507 m Affairs of Geraldine *ith Jane \VHhcrs an^! Jimmy Lydon Coming to the GEM THEATRE Sat. and Sun. Oct. 11-12 Blytheviilt, Ark. Cont'd Showa Sat. 1Z:M to 11:39 Continiraa Show Han. cis-1i:i)« Admlulon Adults 25c, Tax Incl. Children 8c Oklahoma Raiders With Fuiljr Knight ...ond you know why! They're youlhful, style- full, iupr«mety comfortable for busy Autumn days. Choose hfgh-ridlng pumps or trapped ffolliei. 202 W. MflIN • Blytheuille, Rrhnnsas STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIt. MAHAOEMeNT. C«CUI,ATI ETC., REQUIRED BY TH* ACT OT CONGRESS OF AUGUST U, "It, Of Blytheville Courier News, published d«Uy »t Blyth«rUI«. Ark. fci October 1. 19-17. Statf of Arkansas. County of Mississippi, u. TJrfnre me. a Notary Public. In and for the State and county aforfr said, personally appeared Harry W. H»lnes, who, having been dnU sworn according to law, depose* and says th«t he Is the Publisher of thl BlythcvlUe Courier News, tnd that the following is. to Ihe best of htl knowledge and belief. » true statement of the ownership, managemerj (and If a datly paper, the circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for the riftte shown In the »bov« caption, required by the v Act ot Augu^ 24. 1912. cn-bodred in section 411, Postal Laws and Regulations, prtnt«4 on the reverse side of this form, to wit: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managtoi editor, and business manager are: Publisher. Harry W. Haines, Blythevllle, Ark. i-'ditor. James L. VcrhoerT. Blytheville, Ark. Manuring Editor, James L. Verhoeff, Blytheville. Ark. Business Manager. Harry W. Haines, Blytheville, Ark. 2. That the owner Is: . Courier News Company, Blytheville. Ark. Harry W. Haines, Florence O. Haines, Blytheville, Ark.; Jouma* Printing Company. Frank W. Leahy, Ouy Rogers, Allan Leahy, Ed^ C. Schilling. Stevens Point, Wit. 'A 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other securBJ' holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bond*, mortgages, or other securities are: Journal Printing Co., Stevens Point, WIs. 4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving tht name* of UM owners, stockholder, and security holders, if any, contain not onlj . the list of stockholders and security holders u they appecr upon thi i books of the company but also, In cases where the stockholders OS t security holders appear upon the books of the company as trustee «• In any other fiduciary relation, tht name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee Is Mttaf, I* given; also that the said two paragraphs contain statements «nr/raclng affiant's full knowledge and beltel as to the circumstances »nd conditions under which stockholders an< security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company M j trustees, hold stock and securities In a capacity other than that of * bonaflde owner, and this affiant has no reason to believe that anj other person, association, or corporation has any Interest direct or Ini direct in the said stock, bonds, or other securities than as so stated 05 j him. i 5. That the average number of cople* of each Issue of thU pub- 1 llcation sold or distributed, through the mall* or otherwise, to paid I subscribers during the twelve months preceding the datt shown above 1» i 6.097. ; HARRY W. HAINBS, Publisher. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of October, 1947. tSEAU ELIZABETH MASON, Notary PiibUe. (My commission ixplres April M, I960). i

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