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SATURDAY, OCTOBER ?8, 1<M6 BiA'THEVII.I.E (AJJK.) COURTEK oce u, W Phone 4461 Stacys To Be Honored With Dance At Noble Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dodson Sta «y. who* marring* on Aug. 301 S^cemly was announced, will be T 5j»n|)lirnented Monday niglit when Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Stacy of Dell enlwtaln with a dinner dnnce. i'i'5. Allen atacy !« the former Miss Reb«oca McCall, daughter o<> Mr and Mr*. C. M. McCnll. The affair, ko be attended b> 2ft intimate friends of the young couple, will be held in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. Included among the out-ot-to\vn guesU will be Mr. Stacy's sister Mis. A. M. Herlnger Jr., Mr. Heringer, and Mr. and Mrs. John , Heringer, all of Jonesboro. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoyt 'of Leachville. * * * Football Fans Witness Ark-Ole Miss Game Again this week Biytheville football enthusiasts by the scores are making th e trek down to Memphis to witness another University of Arkansas game. This afternoon they are watching the Razorbacks- Ole Miss and among those who went down to witness the game are: Mr. and Mfrs. J. W. McHaney Dorothy Jean Higginson, Mr ind Mrs. Dick Watson. Mrs. s. S "•ntterson and daughter Vivian .Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Whitwoith. Mr. and Mrs. James Terry. Mr. ind Mrs W. J. Pollard. Shirley Ki'.ig. i; B Gee Jr., 'Bobby Kirshner, Mary Jo Eaton. R. F- Kirshner. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby. Dr. anc! Mrs. F. E. Uiley, -Mr. and Mrs W. F. McDaniel. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Applebaum Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendlsr, Mr- and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey conway. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech, Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Farris McCalla and daughter Jennie Wren, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Mr. and Mrs. J. L Gunn, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Carter, Mr and Mrs. O. B. Henderson, Mr ar.d Mrs. Uoyd Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton and daughters Susie and Pamela, and son Rupert, , Bill Doolin, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Redman, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan R. Van Patton, Charles Moore. Miss Carolyn Wade, Rube Carson, Miss Jane Castillo, Wad e Reeves Jr., Billy Joyner, -Miss Peggy Freeman, Miss Marion Mays, Gordon Hammock. Buddy Halsell, R. A. Friend Jr., Mise Nancy Parker. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cherry, Mr. and Mrs. A. G, Little, Dr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Branson, Mrs.' John R. Thoma*. Dr.. Jack Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry, E. R. Mason, George Pollock Jr., Bill Banister, LeRoy HudoUeston, Carl judd. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, Ross D. Stevens, ..Miss Vera . Goodrich, W. L. Hor- Mier, W. L. Horner Jr., Ramona Crafton, Doyle Turner, Prank Greer, Farmer England, Mr. and Mrs. James V. Oetes, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langeton Jr.. and son Charles lit. Miss'.Hope Whit Homecoming Queen Bits of News PAGE Mac Wllllnins Jr., who Is a student at the University of Arkansas is suc-nding the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wil- Hums. He attended the Arkansas- Ole Miss game today. ]}r. Jack Webb u spending -.he week-end with his parents Dr. and Mrs. F!oyd Wecb. A student at the University of Arkansas, Dr. Webb Is atlemlinR the Arkansaa-O!e Miss game In Memphis today. At The Hospitals BLVTHKVIL1,K HOSl'ITAL Admitted: l.lndii Lou Roundsvllle, Maiden, Mo. mult Cont, clly. Mrs. Horn Kincalti. Cooler, Nto. Dorothy Jordan, city. Dismissed: P. K. Orissom, cily. Mrs. Fred lUmell. Manila, Angela Cliikis. cily. Mrs. O. I! Hamilton, cooler. TiUnmlgc U'e, city. WALLS HOSriTAL. Dj.sml&sed: Cliuidc Jones, Slcelc. Mo. Mrs. ixiuver) Gainos, HI. 1, city Mrs. Cnrl Demon, nt. '2. city. M. S. Mulliiis, RI. 3, city. Kvn Deloros Ashley, city. Donmi Sue Webb. Slcelc. Appreciation Day Held OARUTHERSVIUjE, MO., Oct. 25.—The monthly Appreciation Day was held by locnl merchants today, with Jimmy Raines ami his Uluc nidge Mountain Boys providing special tntcrinlnmcnl. Tim has been a monthly fer.lurc for the past Mvara) months, under direction of J. F. Patterson, secretary of Ihc Chamber of commerce. George Clark, J. P. Friend, Worth H»by McOelice. ateele. ). Holtlpr firtrt 1,'i.iincl Ualcnll fin,.. Mrs. Alton Pnnivii- o , . . , D, Holder and Ernest Halsell flnv \ over to Paris yesterday nhi'niooii to attend (he Blylhcville-Sublaro football game last night. Mrs. L. H. Wilson of Wilson ami Mrs. George McDonald and dniiBh- ter, Sherry, of San Diego. Calif, were guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Foster and' family. J. E. Gooch is ill at the 'home of his daughter. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. His condition is unchanged. Mr. and Mrs. J. I/nits Cherry and A. O. Little attended (he game in Memphis todny between Arkun.siu- Ole MLSS. They were joined there by Mrs. Little, who has been visiting in Chicago for (lie pnsl week. Mrs. Joe Shanks ami Whitney Morgan Jr.. left yesterday afternoon for Dcnton, Tex., where they will visit MLSS Jo Ann Shanks, who Is a student at Texas State College for Women. Mrs. J. L Gooch and daughter Peggy of Walnut Ridge, arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and daughter Mrs. John R. Thomas, for several days. They camt especially to be with M«. Gooch'n father-in-law who ha» been 1 to he American Ix-gion Auxiliary Confer-1 rwst twn u-n-Vs j nice which they attended recently ^MrXrmon cariton 8r of Lake in (L1 ' tle Rock when Ih. Auxiliary ( Villa*,,, an* Mr. D > M™,. n , met hcre Tuesday night, | Miss Dorothy Roeelle of Lvixora % was crowned Homecoming Queen Friday. Oct. 17, at the Luxora-AH-.ore! football game, she was crowned by Gale Nanna, c»ptatn. Her maids were Millie Perry, Peggy Rodg«s, Millie C«te, J»an Owen, Helen Hanna, Velda Bt«dso«, Christine Johnson and Joan Shanks, Coming Events Social Calender Alpha SUNDAY Alpha chapter \' BeU Miss Terrell Speaks At Woman's Club Meet Mlsfi Bffie Lee Terrell was guest speaker at the meeting of the Woman's Club held yesterday afternoon at the club house. She spolte on the subject, "Education Vocational, and Spiritual Guidance." Also, on the program was Miss Peggy VanWinkle who told of her activities during her st&y ****°~ "*• JV " ""^j• • -*™ i>-m. | "•••j *** «»».»•»>•««»«( iaji_n^.in^, *, v at Girls State this Summer She Women's Society of Christian spend the weekend with her par- Service of First Methodist Church ents. She came especially to at- Sigma Phi- -Preferential- Tea at home of Mifts Dorothy jeJan Higginson, 3:00 p. m. was sponsored by the club. Hostesses for .the affair were Mrs. K. L. Hale. Mrs. R. S. Bahri, Mrs. w. 8. Johnston and J*rs. C A. Tant ' The refreshment table was centered with a low cut. crystal bowl filled with red roses. Roses and dohlias were arranged throughout the clubroMB. • • * Club Is Entertained Royal Neighbors meeting Mrs. E. R. Alley, 7:30 p.m. wit* Altou Cooper and baby Anderson and baby H. E. O. Grunt and baby Mrs clly. Mrs cllv. Mrs clly. Mrs. Grady Orissom, Hayll, Mo MKTIIOIHST HOSPITAL. Mw^hW Dlsniis-sed: Sliirley Dolom'y. Owrola. Mrs. C. C. Driver, Osceola. Marriage Licente* The following couples 'obtained miming* licenses yesterday In the office of Miss Elizabeth Blylhe, county clerl^; J. K. Kctchum and MUs Laura Wilson, both of Manila Jesus E. Marhnei and Miss Anto- nla B. RodrkjiiM, both o{ Dell. Paul Barrello of Ptort Knox, Ky., and Mrs. Mattle M. Williams, ol New Albany. Inrt. eady after week of uneven mar- Ms; bulls and vcnlcrs unchanged; 'placement steers steady and miewliiil more active. Tops for the •eek: BD8 Ib. choice slccrs $33; lop ood and low choice 1231 Ib. steers 30.60; small lots choice steers $32.50 nd $33; choice 919 Hi. heifers »20; 00 Ib. mixed yearlings $28.50: good iws. $in: Hood heot bulls $18: good iisiigc bulls $17.75; choice vealcrs '20; gond replacement Mecrs $22.50, Bulks for the week: Good to low halce steers S2(i-30.50; medium to ow good $]0-'>r>.50; common to low icdium $l!i.7S-$18; good unrt choice iclfcrs and mixed ycnrlinus $24- Service* to le Held Special memorial serviced will b» hold In the morning 10:55 at (he First, Baptist Church. It wax announced Unlay by the Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor Subject- of his sermon will bo "The Dream of Peace." This service IK planned In olxser. vance of Navy, Day, which U Monday, and will be brondca.it, Legion Auxiliary Heart Mrs. N. J. Humphrey and Mrs. Edna Russel gave reports o[ the Sets Sales Record Fred Wnhl was Informed last nliTht by Wilson Packing Company ol SI. Louts, Mo., tlmt he was high man • In the Southern District In sale of beef. Livestock ST. I.OUIS NATIONAL, STOCKYARDS, 111., Oct. 25. (UP) —(USDA) —Hog receipts 200; innikfi sloady; lop $28.35. Compared with close lasl .week, barrows, and gilts mostly $1 lower; sows, $1 to $1.25 lower; to; hogs for Ihe week $20; laic bulk 180-300 Ibs., $28-$28.25. Cattle 600; calves 300 mostly earmarked for Monday. Compared will Village, and Mrs. R. F. Moore of Greenville, Miss., were guesls this week of Mrs. J. F. Tompklns of Bur- detle and Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Carllon and family of Biytheville, Mrs. Herman Walpole left yesterday for WhitewaUr, Mo., for a brief visit with her sister, Mrs. W. M. Devore and family. Mr. and Mrs. W T. Barnett and daughter, Billie Marie, left yesterday tor Memphis where they will sp«nd the weekend with Mrs. Barnett's sister, Mrt. Tom McGarrlty and family. They attended the opera "Madam Butterfly," last night and they are attending the Arkansas-Ole Miss game today. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Short, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb, and Mrs. Eula Ruttedge are spending the weekend in Little Rock with Mrs. Willie Archer. Mr. and Mrs. Webb and Mrs. Rulledge will remain for a week. Miss Mary Lou Joyner, daughter of I4r. and Mrs. F. B. Joyner, arrived home la«t night from University ol Arkansas, Faycttevilic, to . Plans for B Thanksgiving Dinner! for the American Legion were dls-1 cussed during the business meeting. Caruthersviltt Pastor Assigned tor 2nd Year OATUJTHERSVILLE, MO., oct 25.—The Rev. Floyd V. Brower, pastor of the local F-astwood Memorial Mclhodist Church, has been returned here for another year, following the St. Louis Conference annual meeting last week. The Rev. George Sparling, for- rnerly-Rt Dcering, was assigned to Snlom, Mo., unrt the Rev. J. C Montgomery, at Anniston last year, was assigned to Detrln?. Rev. Brower has been prominent In church and civic work since his first assignment to the chtwth here. worth, Elwooo? Deen. Miss" Mary DA* 11 -r i Alice Bunch. Ray Aiken, Miss Eu-' D Y "If., IVUS. laylor genia Crawford, Jack Hale, Frank Whitworth Phebean Class Meet For Monthley Social Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Taylor were host and hostess to three tables of bridge club members Thursday night at their home on Main street. Mrs. Max B. Reid won high score for the women and W. C Hig»in- had their monthly social at the He Rosamond. Mrs. George Ingram,'_ _ Mrs. George Bartholomew and Mrs. 5- 5. Class Meets •>. ~W. Sykes. I A t •__>• t fL. , The pot. luck supper was served *" Baptist lAurch from a table decorated with yellow marigolds, candles and pumpkins. Mrs. Vesta Rowen was in charge -rif the short business session. Prav- |frrs were led by Mrs. Theodore Logan and Mrs. Rosamond. Guests present other than members were Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. R,' L Lamb and Mrs. Robert Wecdman. * * * Mrs. Moore Is Hostess To G. N. B. Club Members I LUXORA, Oct. K. — Miss Eva Cooke anri Miss Margaret Moffett were hostesses Morjday night to the Tidelis Class of the First Baptist. Church. Mrs. ctiarlet Fra»ier. president, wat in charge of the business meeting, and read the devotional. Guest speaker was Miss B-,a George, who recently returned from Beirut. Syria. Miss George gav» a brief talk on some of the highlights of her (rip abroad. *e social hour the gwsts Mrs. Boyce Moore was hostess fc ! went on a treasure hunt, merjbers of the O.N.B. Club Thurs- Guests other than members *ere day night at her home on Cherry Mrs. Jack Brown of Stewart ffa Suset Two guests other than mem- ' and Mrs B A Hill ' b?rs were Mrs. Hadley Hays and i Mrs. John Burnett. '. _ _ . . . During the bunco games Mrs.' "*?•?)' Dssksn- fleeted Burnett.,,won high score. Nfrs. : Louis Zeller received loir, and Mrs.! • Byron Nail won bunco. I den Entertaining rooms of the home j Club were decorated with bouquets Ol noon merigolds and petuni__ The hostess served a aitia* cow**. iounty W. M. U. Meet 'At Dell Baptist Church Be! tary: Deskin was elected presi^ the "Kan't Namit Jr-Hi-Y" a meeiir.g Thursday after- the Junior High School, "ien.son wa,s named secre- 'ria Tale, treasurer; and meeting, 2:3O at the church for Day tend the Arkansas-Ole Miss fool- of Prayer services. Presbyterian Prayer Service and Home Mission study at church— 2:30 p. m. "Women's Missionary Union of ball game hi Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wah son. Ralph, and Mlu Thelma hj ai left last'ni'ght Jor Porterville, Cnlif'., where they will visit two weeks with and cy First Baptist Church will meet as > relatives, follows: Circle 1 with Mrs. M. C. i Dickie Crawford, son of Mr. and Outlaw; Circle 2 with Mrs. Dixie Mrs. Dixk Crawford of Jonesboro, Morris; circle 3 with Mrs. J. T. was the overnight guest of Larry Westbook; Circle 4 with Mrs Al- , Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. -•-"••" ,._..- ... Baker. Mrs. Shannon Langley and Mrs. Lucy Thomas left yesterday for vin Huffman Jr.; Circle 5 with Mrs W. B. Buchanan; Circle 6 with Mrs. Ney Hunt. Y. W. A. of First Baptist Church r Flint, Mich., where they were called meeting with Mrs. C. 11. Smart, 1044 i because of the illness of their sis- Walnut Street. ter and daughter, Mrs. Murray Dan- Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church—2:30 p.m. at the church. O. E. O.—Mrs. Joe Evrard. Women's Council of First Christian Church meetine at the home of Mrs. J. L. Ashcraft. TUESDAY City Council of Beta Sigma Phi meet** at the club room 8 3 m the past 5everal months here with FRIDAY nis daughter. Mrs. Charles Brogtion ieli. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Day and son, Earl, of Conowingo. Md., have returned to their home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Day and family. They came especially to see for the first time their granddaughter, Carol Adalr Day. Raymond Sarte, who has spent the past several months here with Presbyterian Prayer Service nncl Home Mission study at chui'ch — 2:30 p. m. Tuesday Bridge Club—Mrs. Lloyd Sttckinon. La Nacve Club—Mrs. Coleman Stevens. Tri-Town Cla4)—Mis. M«lvm Hal- seH. ' Maehahoma—Mfs. Audranel Fretman. I WEDNESDAY j Wednesday Bridge Club—Mrs. F.. E. Black. j Town and Country—l*rs. P. D. Foster. j THURSDAY a N. B. Bunco Club — Mrs. H.! C. Blankenship. Presbyterian Church Supper—7 ', P.m. Octette Club—Mrs. C. F. Tucker.' Thursday Luncheon Club—Mrs C. W. Afflick. | Thursday Contract Club—Mrs. O. W. McCutchcin. .Jolly Fieht—Mrs. Elva Poe Mid-Week Club—Mrs. Harry W. Hft1r.cs. and family, will return tomorrow to Haines City, Fla., where he is employed. Misses Ruth and Iva Seay are spending the weekend in Carlisle as guests of the Rev. and Mrs. G. D. Magee and son, Grady. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tinker will Lod 9 e It 75 Year* Old CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Oct 'J5.—Caruthersville Masonic Lodge celebrated Its 15lh anniversary here last week with aboul 50 members present for Ihe special meeting. One of the fcalures was a degree conferred by a degree team composed largely of Past Masters ol the Lodge. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN M a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m Raiders of the South wUh Johnny Mack Brown Serial "The Vigilante'.' No. K and Shorl Continuous Showing Saturday lt:M a.m.-ll:30 p.m. and Monday Two Arkansas Farm Group* Back Cooley Bill LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. (UP) — Lenders of |.hc Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation and the Soil Conservation District supervisors have gone on record In support of the Cooley Bill no*' before Congress. The bill would transfer the functions and funds of the Soil Conservation Service in the state to the University of Arkansas Extension Service. Farm Bureau President R. B Short said the two farm groups a- greccl that there if * urcat neerl for all agencies working In the soil conservation . field to coordinate their programs and work toward a unified program of aid to farmer*. Paramount News and Shorts CnnlinNrius Showing 1:1* p.m.-11:00 p.m. leave tonight for Cleveland. Ohio, where he will attend General Elec- Iric School, Ncla Park, for a week. Erne.-! '.c Holt, reporter. of the fourth, filth anci sixth grades P|ans for a Halloween party were at Cenll 'al. met Thursday afternoon discussed and voted on at the meeting. The Mississippi County Women's Missionary Union of the Baptist! Church met yesterday at the fell i i~ Baptist church for an all dav meet- i ing. . . ' j Calvary Baptist Church of Bly- i thevillc was in charge of the program with Mrs Mabel Lunsford,' program chairman The program subject was "Keeping The Founda- '. lions". i Mrs. Raymond Belknap gave the devotional entitled, "Promise, Pnrling. Preparation. Po\ver". The morning address was given bv the Rev. p. H. Jernigan and his . subject was "The Greatest Organ- ! iza'ion in the World, The Church." | Mr.i. H. W. Burnett gave a talk ) dti"i:ii the f,ftcrnrio:i session, "They ! Sot, Their Faces." and Mrs. Harry Fritzhii sang "The Lord Is My Shepherd". Mrs. Verr.on Boyd gave "•» closing meditation "Christ and ^ Cedar Tree". "vs. Orrin Hunt, nresHent of C-; Oox-.ty W. M. U.. >r-,^^-i over th.e bi!!ine?s meeting which follow- td the procran. "Clover Gra-Y" Meets 'Clover Gray-Y Club", made up , for election of officers. Doris Cobb was elected president. Others who will serve with her are Linda Taylor, vice president; Mary Kay Crafton. secretary, and Bct'-y Lou Garrott. treasurer. JUST RECEIVED! No. 1 Holland Grown Bulbs HYACINTHS, TULIPS KING ALFRED JONQUILS Hyocinfhs and Tulips in all Colors! NOW IS THE IDEAL TIME FOR PLANTING THESE BULBS. The FLOWER SHOP Gieneo* Hotel Bldg. Phopt 4491 WHY? Spend l>ack-breaking, hrow- perspiring Hays . . . enslaved by your washlub ... in an inadequately 1 heated, dismal unfinished basement? Bo* Ofllce Opens 6:30; Show Starts 6:45 Open* Sunday 1:00; Slarli 1:15 Continuous Shown Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No pai»tfl honored on Sunday at (he Roxy TRY! . . . bring your wash to our Laundry- At the drop of a hat . . . presto! Spavkle— Clean wash and linens. Betteh than ever before! EASY LAUNDRY Biytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Phone 4418 Saturday Oklahoma Frontier with Johnny Muck Brown SeH>I "Black Widow" No. 9 and Short Conliiiuous Shows Saturday 12:30-11:30 and IF I HAP iMYVVAy fiTiTlllNGER ^^rfus? rs S~^F^^^^ alien cnmmnn fn i™ onort .(„„,<„ ?".• c °i»mon and medium o^or'^c™ sag. '-= - «wss 101 CITY DRUG CO. Ktl Wllllanu, Dru(fl>i ' K. Main Blytberillc, Arfc F« Newi and Setectwl Slmrt I Cont. Showing Sunday 1:30-11.00 Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Saturday and Sunday Oct. 25-26 Headin' for Rio Grande ScrUl "S«* Ifoind" N». 5 •nd Cartoon Short Cont'd Shown Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 Cont, Showinc Sunday 1:30-11:00 Admission Adults 25c, Tax Incl. Ritz Theatre, Blythevilie, Ark: Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 28-29 f A DRAMATIC CHALLENGE TO YOUR HEART ^ •:%? MBCRT Hi ftAYMMD H» HENRY FONDA BARBARA BEL GEDDES • VINCENT PRICE-ANN DVORAK THE LONG MIGHT H ANATOLE LITVAK HODUCTJON f tmtaai tit ROBIRT ind RAYMOND HIKIH ind IWHTOLE UWAK OiitdM ty ANHTOLE UIV»K STUDEB AKE R S u CHAMBLIN SALES CO. S«I M * STUDEiAKER * Servic. ATTENTION, STUOKBAKER OWNERS: Drive by for a free check on your cllmnllzer Heater tad DefrojUr. -Bo prepared for winter. D E B A K E R ST U D EBAKE RS A good selection of new tintl used trucks. Also, 1 * number nil guaranteed! of lute model used curs . D E B A K ICntlrniid and A.sh SlrecU Chamhlin Dial 21<)5 Bill ChambKn CHIROPRACTOR "Health Is something that comes from within. The creator put' wlthm your body and mine all the elements of health. When- your nervous system Is In tune with nature's forces, you will he well. Consult a chiropractor about your health problems." ^ 1 Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 6 Neurocalometer Service Dr. Torsten Lindquist Guard Bldg. Biytheville, Ark. OUR SPECIAL , TREATMENTS! Fabrics are different In tensile strength, wearabilityarid other qualities . . . That's why wo NSC treatments best adapted to the individual fabric. And that's why, when you send your clothes to be cleaned at Nu-Wa they last many months longer! kind fabrics Dial 4474-4475 NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS FAfil DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION B. J.CX3HEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK

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