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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 17, 1947
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1947 BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Phone 4461 lea, Shower Honors Miss Shirley Barham One of the largest, social events j Danny Buruhaiii. three year old ol the Fall season was the tea and i son of Mr. mid Mrs. Chester Hiirn- Darmy Burnham Honored Schools ObsGTVG With "Birthday Party miscellaneous shower given Saturday afternoon by Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr.. Mrs. John C. McHnucy, and ftelrs. E. L. Hale at the Ellis home *t Darneld, honoring Miss Shirley Batham, whose marriage to Rouse Harp will be solemnized Dec. 14 at Firsl Christian Church. The entertaining rooms of the home were beautifully • decorated with bouquets of giant yellow chrysanthemums and Die refreshment table, covered with a lace cloth, was centered with a bouquet of while and pink snapdragons in a low bowl. White tapers burning in crystal candelabra flanked the centerpiece. Miss Iva Scay and Miss Sara Joyner presided at the table, assisted by Mrs. W. D. Coab, and Mrs. Gilbert Hummock was In charge of Ihe eucst book. The first gift presented lo Miss Barham, whose chair was marked with a whie satin bow, was a minia- . lure white 'harp', with pink strings. Several glfls were lied to Ihls and the other glffs were then brought in. The bride-elect wore a black crep> riress witli full sleeves and pinned a corsage of red carnations, u gilt of the hostesses, at her shoulder. Mrs. George Barham, grandmother of the guest of honor, and Mrs. H. L. Harp, mother of the bridegroom-elect, and Mrs. C. A. Taut, 'tiunt of the bride-elccl, were presented corsages of white gardenias. Between 75 and 100 guests attended the affair and an out-of- town guest was Mrs. Clara Hughes of Osceola, house-guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Dedman. Miss Faye Williams' Marriage Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. Curt Williams of Mew Liberty, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Faye Williams lo Max Graham, syi of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Graham Sr. The double ring ceremony wns performed Nov. 13, at the home or the Rev M. C. whitten, pastor of the First Baptist Church at Hernando, Miss. Miss Williams wore a tail gabardine suit with black accessories and a corsage of red roses. Miss Norma Chafin of Blytheville, the bride's only attendant, wore a blue crepe dress with white accessories and a corsage of gardenias. CX B. Frazer Jr. of Holland, Mo., served Mr. Graham as beat man. Mtrs. Graham was graduated from Burdette High School and is employed by the Bell Telephone Co. here. Mr, Graham attended. Blytheville High School and is now connected with the City Ice Co . After a wedding trip to St. Louis the couple will return here to make their home. ham. celebrated his birthday yc.v terday with a party at his 'home, 1900 W. Vine St. The 20 young sucsts enjoyed games during the afternoon nnd re- Ireslmients of eake, Jcllo and lemonade were served. Education Week In. Blytheville American Education Week. Nov. 10 to 14, was observed last week in Blytheville District's 10 Elementary Schools, it was announced today i by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, city Out-o'f-lowrT'BUCsls iK'rc for (he j sl '!.'f l ' t ^. o Li!^V"! l "lJ!f'l 0 2!* - i day were Mrs, Clyde.Anderson. Mrs. ' " '"" Birdie Mattlock. Mrs. Edward Wyatl. Mrs, Sue Caldwell and Jimmy Nay!or, all of West Memphis. PAGE- Visitor To Be Honored CVith Parly Tomorrow Little Sally Ann Miles of Chicago, who with her mother, Mrs. Fiskc Miles, also of Chicago, is a visitor :]crc, will 'oc guest of honor tomorrow \vhcn her grandmother, Mrs. ^. W. Ramey entertains with n par- .v for her. The affair, lo be given at the ita- mcy home on Davis Avenue, will celebrate Sully Ann's First birthday, and will be attended by five little friends, whose mothers will have an op]K>itunity to visit wllli her mother, the former Miss Hcloise Ramey of Blytheville. Mrs. Miles and her daughter arrived last week for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ramey. At Lange School 31 parents visited In the rooms and 07 visited rooms ! as hoslcMcs. Coming Events Social Calendar Htns Club at St. Stephens Kpls- copal Church meeting with E. A. Sttcy nl Dell, «t 7 o'clock. Tuesday Ixi Niievc— Mrs. Ben Mac Willie. Tuesday Bridge Club— Mrs, Doyle Henderson. Til-Town— Mrs. G.irrard Caudlll. Club Eight— Mrs. Charles L»n»- ston. Maple Grove Ccmetnry Association mcctiiiB at 2:30 p.m. nt the home of Mrs. E. r. Dtomcycr. Business Womens Circle No. meeting with Dr. Edna Ntcs »t 1:30 p.m. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Pill Sorolty meeting at the. Club Room with Miss Dorothy HlR- ginscm and Miss Jcltye Huftmnu Pupils To Be Presented In Fowlston Recital at Sudbury School, Open house was held in the ini- mary grades at Central, and ill all the schools the children's work was displayed, programs were presented, and contests held. "The Home," which the first grade children built at Central while studying home life attracted Hie Interest of many parents. Several plays were presented by the Yarbro and Central Schools anil the fifth grade students at Central gave a play over KLCN, entitled "Children ot Democracy". This was the initial presentation of the Bly- thevillo public address program. In coo|)eralion with the National Education Association in sponsoring a health program, the teachers sent a pamphlet to cacli home calling attention to the need for school and home to work together In building a b'Hler health program for the children. November 17-21 is Book Week and nil schools are planning special programs tor ibis week. As a climax to Book. Week, Miss Leila Hcaslcy, state librarian, will be in Blytheville to discuss "an Adequate Library For Elementary Schools." Bits of News Russell Wayne Fowislon, Ann Fowlston, Jimmy 'Hie Fowlston School of Music •will present pupils in the first of a. series of recitals tomorrow night, 7:30 pin. at the high school auditorium. Pupils in the rhythm class who will perform are Carol Hubener, Margaret Wroten. Gen e Atkinson, Patricia Jaggers, Linda Jaegers, Thomas Lynn Chapman, and Becky Ulley. Piano pupils who will be presented are Lucy Caudill, Pat Partlow, Milly Ann Bradley, Carol Ann Holt, Betty Lee Garrott, Emily Sue Damon, Oliver Coppedge, Stanley Zcllncr, Janet Dickinson, Nancy Hamilton, all of Blytheville: Patsy Cope, Virginia Lee Hudgens, and Jimmy Callens, all of Steele. Mo., Anna Louise Handlcy from Yarbro and Mary Ann Tompklns of Burdet'.e. Voice pupils who will appear are Jimmy Callihan, Delores Ann Adams, Billic SVfiruic Barnett, Joan Freeman, Ann Hindman, Carroll Evans, all of Blytheville. and Martha. and Judy Cartoon of Holland, Mo. ChurchChimesDedicated; To Play Christmas Carols Dedication services for the Maas Cathedral Chimes of the Firsl Christian Church were held yesterday afternoon at the church fron 4 to 5 o'clock. The Rev. R. Scott Baird, pastor gave the dedicator address, an< the organ and chimes were playet by Miss Shirley Barham, organist and Mrs. Daltoii Fowlston, direct or of music for the church. The chimes were presented by the Women's Council of the church who also gave the organ to the church six years ago. The chimes, which can be hcan within a 5-mile radius, will be play cd dally, it was announced. Also a program of Christmas carols will be presented during the holiday sea son. American Legion Auxiliary meet- Ing at the Hut nt 8 p.m. for program meeting. Hostesses will be Mrs. Edna Russell and Mrs. Zcllcr Wednesday Miss Ethel Ebcrdt entertaining with a shower honoring Miss I'ando rln Whltwoilli, bride-elect. Mrs. Raymond StrhiEcr cnlcrlaln Ing C and N. Birthday Club nt he home at 7 p.m. Central Parent-Teacher Association meeting in the Young Peopled Department of First Baptist Churcli Town & Country—Mrs. O. W McCiitchen. Wednesday Bridge Club—Mrs. L. E. Old. Alpha Delia Chapter of Bcla ilgma Phi meeting with Mrs, Bcr- inrd Allen, 2:30 p.m. 20th Century Club at the Hut nt, :30. Hosts and hostesses will i» flr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modlngoi' r., Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lutlrcll, Mr. and Mr*. Glenn B. Johnson, and Mrs. Jack Mcllancy, Mi\ and Mrs. Barnes Crook. Thursday Mrs. Larry Oammetcr and Mrs. A. O. Hudson entertaining with a itchen shower complimenting Miss Pandorla Whltworth, bride-elect. Pathfinders Class of First Methodist Church having Installation Banquet at tile churcii at 7:30 p.m. hostesses at the Crlgger home at 1 p.m. Jolly Eight—Mrs. H. A. Copclnnd. Thursday Contract—Mrs. Rodney Ji ^S oliday Dance Is Held aturday night At Hut The tcgion Hut was the setting Saturday night when the Cotillion club members had their regular monthly dance with Mr. and Man. B. B. Goodman. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Guard, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gunn as hosts and hostesses. Decorations of the Hut carried out the Thanksgiving motif with the dance floor decorated with streamers and a banner beaming the words "Happy Thanksgiving", the refreshment table was overlaid with a white cloth and leaves and other festive decorations were placed on it, The host and hostesses served refreshments lo the club members and a large number of guests present. Santa Soys: Only until Christmas Credit is Free at Fitzpatrick's JEWELRY STORES It lakes onlr 3 Minutes tn Open a Chhargj Account Mrs. Bunch Presides At Council Meeting Mrs. George Bunch of Yarbro, president of the County Council of Home Demonstration Clubs, was in charge of tile business meeting when the council met last week at Armorel. Mrs. B. A. Bugg prcssented a motion picture and gave some information regarding the Home Nursing courses now being offered by the Red Cross. . Officers for the coining year were also elected nt the meeting. Mrs. Dyer Garner of Armorel was elected president, succeeding Mrs. Bunch- Mrs. Jim Lacy of Leachvilie was elected first vice president- and Mrs. A. C. Dew also of Leachville was elected second vice, president. Mrs. Charles Abbott of Flat Lake, secretary; Mrs. Walter Lutes of Dogwood, treasurer; and Mrs. W. L. Smith of Armorcl, reporter. The next meeting of the council will be held Nov. 22 at Flat Lake. Pvl. Doyle W. Ncel, son of Truman K. Neel o( Rt, I, Osceola, hiu completed eight weeks of basic (raining, Ihe Army snld loctiiy. Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Ashley Jr and son, Tommy, ol Muntlcello, arrived last nlKht to spend several clays wilh Mrs. J. T. Ashley Sr., ami other ii'lutlves. Cadet Jiiek' Sallba Jr., son of Mr.s. Jack Sallba, who Is a student at Ki'iui>er Military School, Uoon- vllle, Mo., has been promoted to the rank of cadet staff sergeant. Missc.s Selvy Ann nnd Prances Angleton of Memphis arrived Thursday night lo spend several days hero wilh (heir grandmother Mrs. Delia Ozco and friends. Mrs. Ru.sscll Phillips left Saturday for Nashville, Tenn., where sho will spend several days with her sister, Mrs. Pattl Knight. Jim Wilson ol Paducah, Ky., wns the weekend guest of his (Mint Mrs. E. ii. Lancashire ami family. Miss Eugenia Crawford of West Memphis, spent Ihe weekend licro wilh her parcnlA, Mr. and Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. Mrs. Alhir. Walton is in Chlcagj for several days. She was accompanied by her daughter, Mr.s. Berry Brooks, Mr. Brooks and daughter, Virginia, all ol Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. U. L, Dc'dman and Jmnlly had as Ihelr guests over the weekend, Mrs. Clara Hughes of Os- ccoln. W. J. Wundcrllch Jr., underwent an emergency appendectomy Saturday morning at Skallers Clinic. tils condition is .satisfactory. Jerry Morgan, who is a student at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Morgan. Miss Enicitlno French, Ml&s Mildred Mcador and Miss Barbara Cul- llson, students at Arkansas Stale College, Jonesboro, spent,the weekend here with their parents. Mr.s. Lee Stiles and Mrs. Jl. Busg attended a Home Demonstration Achievement Day, In Cnrulh- Court Upholds Vetoes by Laney Justices Affirm Case Originating in Independence County 1,1'ITU'J HOCK, Ark., Nov. 17. IU.I".) — The Arkansas Supreme Court tnciny upheld Oov. Heu l.nn- U.S. "Tropical" Country, Visiting Scot Decides WASHINGTON, Nov. 17. tUP)— , The Agriculture "Department today! rcjxutcd a dump In export! of all j lyiwj of American tobacco except | barley during the first nine month* of 1M7. , It said Hurley exports took a sharp upswing, apparently reflecting a growing foreign demand for American-type blended clgareti. The decline In other exporU during the January-September period was let! by a drop of 82,000,000 pound* r-y's veto of u 1917 law and ordered I" flue-cured tobacco, of which Bri- In certain place* on tk* MB a» I the organ*, and { null," the association Hid. Independence County officials paid under a ID 34) initialed ncl. In affirming n circuit court de- high eonrt held (hut Baptist Women Meet With Mrs. Whittle The Women's Missionary Society o[ Number Nine Baptist. Church met last, week with Mrs. Raymond Whittle lor study course and covered dish lunch. Mrs. Orrin Hunt gave the devotional to the seven members present and Mrs. Bob Stovall led in prayer. The lesson from the book "That The World Might Know," wa. 1 ; taught by Mrs. Miller from New Liberty. Mrs. Hershcl Rustin was a new member present. Miss Stewart Honored At Hcndrix College Miss Martha Stewart, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Allen D. Stewart, has been chosen "Campus Sweetheart" at Hcndrix College. Comvay. Miss Stewart, who is secretary to the Student Government. Council, is a senior at the college. L. Banister. G. N. B.—Mrs. Norvillc Humphrey. Thmsday Luncheon—Mrs. R. V. Kirshner. Octette—Mrs. Loy Welch. Mid-week.—Mrs. B. A. Lynch Friday Chapter N of P. E. O. Sisterhood meeting filh Mrs. Charles Crlggci and Mrs. Freeman Robinson as hostesses at the Crlgger home. Mrs. C. S. Dowdy entertaining C B. C. Club members. Miss Alice Sallba hostess at her home with party honoring brides- elect, Miss Shirley Barham and Miss Pandorla Wliitworth. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ted Owen of Memphis entertaining with luncheon at Hotel Pcabody complimenting Miss Pandoria Whltworth, bride- elect of Jack Owen. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Meeting — 8:00 p.m. Tuesday Lion's Club — 12:15 p.m. American Legion — 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Kiwants Club — 12:10 p.m. Girl Scout Lone Troop — 8:00 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club — 12:10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors — 2:30 P.m. Friday Football: Senior High Chicks — Playoff Junior High Paps vs. Memphis South Side. Here. At The Hospitals BLYTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. H. H Humble, Dyess. J. D. Henson, Hoscland. Jim Swift, city. Dismissed: Eraristo Memdix, city. Robert Earl Gill, Osceola. Mrs. W. L. Fitzgerald and baby city. S. T. Blair, Armorcl. Eloisc Crawford, city. Mrs. Joel Gilliland and baby, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Dr. F. A. Robinson, city. Mrs. Joe D. Sanford and baby, Holland, Mo. Jack Nix, Slcele, Mo. L. A. Smith, Steele, Mo. J. F. Northern. Holland, Mo. Mrs. H. G. Blanchard. city. Mrs. David Gray, Luxora. Frank Harnish, city. Mrs. Delia May Evans, Caruthcrs- villc. Mo. Mrs. H. C. Giliner. Steele. Mo. Mrs. Joe P. Pride Jr. and baby, city. Mrs. Lee Petty, city. Mrs. Olive Grunow and baby, city. Meeting There will be a rehearsal of the "Messiah" tonight, 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Russell Farr for women members of the choir only, H was announced today by Mrs. Wilson Henry, director. Read Courier News Want Ads. crsvllle, Mo., Friday. Miss George Ann Stllwell spenl (he weekend lic'.'e with licr parents Mr. and Mrs. George Stlhvel! am .sisters, Lottie Pearl and Suru Uob Miss Stihvcll, a student at Stale College, Jnncsboro, has pledged Delia Beta Chi Sorority. Mr. anrl Mrs. J. T. Westbrook hat ns" their weekend guests hts mother Mrs. T. B. Westbrook of Rock; Bottom. S. C., and his sister Mrs John Ilrcwlon of Nashville, Tenn They also had as their guests yes terday Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Westbrook of Joncsboro and Billy Wcslbrook o Memphis, Tenn. E. H. Ford will leave in the morn Ing for Little Rock, where he wil attend the Masonic Grand Lodge He will be accompanied home by Mrs. Ford who lias been visiting there with relatives for several days. Condition of Carlton Smith, who has been' a put lent at the Memphis Baptist Hospital for the past 10 days Is satisfactory. Mrs. Smith went down yesterday to be with him this week. chlon, Ihe act in question was not delivered lo Iho uovernor'.s offico, iiuli] March 10 and (hat n veto! following nrtjourmuenl of the Gen-' cral Assembly was valid. Tax Assessor John A. Wliulcy, who filed thu appeal, contended (hat the House Journal revealed Ihe bill wns sent lo (he governor on March fi and should have l>een vetoed within five days, or prior lo adjournment. Ttii' »cl would have repealed Independence County's salary acl and placed county officials on a tec basis at a higher salary. Today's decision probably will apply lo n state-wide liquor bill, vu'lucd by Ihc governor under Identical circumstances. Tho bill, Introduced by Hep. ciiiy Heed uf 'exarkana, would have curbed the rbltrnry ixwcra of Revenue Com- nisskmer olho A. Cook In Issuiiif; mi revoking licenses Mlssro DrrUlon tlphrlil In other action UK high court iplu-ld tho Mississippi chancery Courl, Chlckasuwba District, in ultni: lhat a Icllcr written by Tom A. Little to John Mlllcs Miller was ample evidence- of an agreement 'o sell Illylhcvlllc property. Lltlle. a real estalo dealer, wrote ^o Miller Sept. 10, 11141. agreeing to sell u building for $22,500. At the lime Miller wns occupying half of tlin structure. On Dec. II. 10-15, Lllllo wrolu n, second letter, withdrawing tho o[- fcr lo sell, Miller brounhl the current suit. exhlblliiiK Ihc lelter In which Little said "r Irnvo defliillc- Iv ninrirj up my mind to sell." Holding that tumbling devices arc unlawful regardless of Ihelr location, Ihe Supreme Court affirmed a Forrest City case ar.d ordered the destruction of 27 slot machines. The machines, owned by Arthur Hell am! Fred Swan, were In a warehouse when seized ami were-not 1 In use. tain had been the heaviest buyer. The department's foreign crops ami market report placed total exports for the nine month period at 362,253,000 pounds valued at «1M,- 328,000. In contrast; tt3,«7t,000 ixmnrts worth $23«,703;000 were ship- lied during the same period last year. Relief At Last FwYour Cough ssat "Sri CreomnUkn itttcVM ^ eu» It iocs rteht to UM trouble To bt§> Jo den phvum wotbe mod be*l n*. _ darned bronchi*! nneou bnaea. Tell jour draott • bottle of Creomublan * _ dersUndlnc you must Uka ttaM quickly tlUjr* the couch CC J to h»w your money tack. ._ . .__-„ CREOMULSIOM — ^ i - Old Gray Man Question Solved by Vetrinarians CHICAGO (UP)—The American Veterinary Medical Assclatlon dug Into the oats bag; and It has found -the answer to the ageless question of why "the old gray mare ain't what she used to be." It can be blamed on "melano- blnslomn." "Molnn . . . etc., It should be explained quickly, h H technical word for a kind of tumor which horses net If they aren't careful. The tumors, the AVMA explained, come from old RKC. "As the horse's hair turns from urny to while, the pigment of tho original color becomes concentrated chniilcs revealed lhat failure of the ,11'opcller governor caused a "runaway engine." The craft's pilot, rrhad J., of Jncksonvlllo, Fla., snld l|c decided lo make tho forced landing, rather Ulan attempt a return to Iho airport, because he had ao llttlo altitude. DC-3 Pilot Makes Forced Landing With 17 Aboard DEROIT, Nov. 17. (UP)—Failuro of n propeller governor was blamed today for the forced landing of a twin-engined Eastern Airlines plane, in an open field 15 miles Southwest of Willow Run airport. None of the 17 persons aboard was Injured when tho pilot of the Miami-bound DC-3 landed tho ship In the field East of Belleville and South of the main Chicago-Detroit highway only n few minutes aftor taking off last night. Airline officials said an Investigation of (he plane by their mc- Nu pa»»ri honored'en 8«n4a7 *t Continuous Showi Sat. and SWL. Barcain Nliht Ever? Nllht Exetft Continuous Show* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Slarls 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 1:00 a.m. 12:19 p.m. 4:W>m Ihe Roiy IT'S TIME TO EAT A '~RUSTICINN New Hours: 11 a.m. til 12p.m. Try Us For Fine Foods! Ijist Time Today Black Gold with Anthony Qalnn and * Flru Knox Paramount Ne*« and Short Continuous Showlitf Tuesday and ANDREW STONE prtMflW| WEEKEW A DREIFUS Exclusive! SEC Official to Retire ATLANTA, Ga., Nov. 17. (UP) — George Gardner, commissioner of Southeastern Conference football officials, announced today that lie will retire .,t the end of ttils season- He had b«cn officiating at conference games for 21 years and had heen head of the Official's Association since Its formation several years ago. Head Courier News Want Ads. Turkeys For Thanksgiving Battery Fed — Place Your Order With Us Now! PICKARD'S GROCERY Phone 2043 HIM West Chickasawba Rain - Sleet - or Snow! THE WASHERETTE Is now equipped to give you bad weather service. We nave jusl installed a big commercial bot air tumbler rlrycr that will completely dry up to three Bciulix loads of clothes ready lo iron in approximately thirty minutes, and the cost is only 20c. That's all you pay —one machine load or three. Just 20* Just think, ladies, your entire week's laundry can now be washed, dried and ready to iron all in one day Rain or Shine! THE WASHERETTE Automatic Self-Strvicc Laundry Phone 966 Main at Division World-famous wolchei in the breathtaking radiance only Ihe finest of gemt can bring. Triumphant jewelers arlislry. ' WATCHES SINCE \ut DIAMO • •-' V WATCHfcS to Mea Time for a Lifetime DiAliST — Two < kl. whiu o. ytllo« gold, iew.l GOTHAM d«lu«. GCOIGIAN-Btoulilul model. or whit* gold. 17 Jewel GOTHAM d $175.00- WMh -U II. gold foiled figure fXQimiTE-Fou' diamoodi In 14 kl. while IK yellow gold. A *• «f rare FowlTneit. 17 Jewel GOTHAM delu»e. LADY fllZA[ETH-Tou> genuine lopphiret.lhiee diamond* in Ihll H hi. while gold detigner'i mat- lerpiece. 17 Jewel GOTHAM d«- '""' $21 5' 00 ' ^ I' kl. whitt gold. To dillghl lh» ty* end chofin Ihv heart 17 Jewel GOTHAM dtluit. $275-00' Ottoti up le $7500.00 Par»munnt News end mutt* Continual!* Showtaf 1:15 p.m.-ll:<K) pjn. Box Office openi (:M; Show Start! «:« I,ast Time Today BEDELIA with Margaret Lockwood ud Ian Hunter • Foi New» A Selected Shert 8mMe«t Tuesday and Wednesday Choose witk Confidence Open An Account for Your Convenience DREIFIS Dangerous Money with SMner Tefcr Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blythevillt, Ark. Saturday and Sunday Song of Sierras with Ji Cont'd Shews Se4. ttdt t* U J» Cent. Showing Snday AM* t*e, T*x

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