The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 27, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 27, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLK: (ARK.) COURIER NEWS •••'• Du£f»g the r week^JJlythtville" peoj»le'. are «n}oy. ing *ing .wjtif both. old-and he 1 * frlHjfl's h>"'&.iro]iM of'informal libK Idayl'iifralrs. «''•-•' ''- V*',vfr- Many went "Christinas calVlixg" Wednesday to numerous : ''pjj«n.Bpi'-- s Continue - ,oy.i«rs, j)lann<W to: watch ,tii!^V^a.,i-;. v v:;' '. ' •r'.- <gviqB*';».i.'j«">'j.-^!"in»*..v y- -•;•: .- •;Porit^jflrst ila* jh many' the mvOf^Eitdes'did-lipt liave-Uhelr usual' Gn9£trojijr?Mo'rnin£ their pl»Stt»tlonvhorij*V,"F as. .thoyV4vffe Mt.-ofV-.the. cKy, 'but ej emertali^jT ^^.a!^; ••iiv,V':\ Mi^ and Mrs. j. A? Leech, us usual, op|nea>'tKelr- Rortife at CiirisU mis with n number of their most intitnats friends gathering there fiorivi! o'clock until noon. Tljp guests' admired the large decorated tree in the living room before having refreshments In 'the play- 1-00115 also decorated for the liolt- day Reason. ' . . : . Included In those who, called were Mr. ind Mrs. Crawford M. Noble iif Miami Beach, Pla., aiid Mr. and Mrs^ Robert S. Harllgan of New YoikVCity .. . . • MI; and Mrs. Everett B. Gee have entertained with many parlies and so Jjlst before Christinas Eve this year^eclded to -have "Ojien hoii.v3" Christmas afternoon. Trjfc ballroom of the Country Club, where they reside, .was decorated with. greenery with the large open fiic the e oen fiic -and (he bedecked of adding much to the A~chrlstmas menu was served froiji'a large table, _wfilch Miss Shaver and Fiance Honored At Two Affairs •Miss' Margaret Shaver and her fiance, Joe p. Pride Jr., continue to have affnlts given In their honor prior to their marriage tomorrow tftcrnoon at thS home of the bilaVelect's ^parents, Mr. mid Mrs. .Largest of these affairs was the cocktail party given Christmas Eve by Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Coiin- cille fcT 50 guests, Including a number of Intimate friends of the bride) couple Jiere for the holidays • 'Mr. an<l Mrs. Max Usrey entertained with a supper party last night, to be followed tonight by a party given; by Mr. and Mrs. Blan 3. Heath and Miss Prances Little for the wedding party. The Councllle home was gay with a Christinas tree, with a gift for the guests of honor beneath the lare'/ rh ' S WttS a palr °' l) * <lrooln Csnteipiece of the refreshment table was an arrangement of red la-pers and greenery, with other entertaining rooms also having a similar decorative theme. En Route To Germany and New Home , ., - -.- _. Dance Given At Hotel table was an arrangement of red Nnkla F 'T A ta-pers and greenery, with other! ? We ™ r leen AgCl'S Mrs. Ardcn )!. Ciwdc ll-yoar-okl .son, Ardc ,, uri . HI route - ., c,, uri . HI ro to Germany where they W IJI R^ide whH, C i,|,l. Ardcn V C, - «i r stationed (Here with Ihc Army I-K-VMICI At IT* Hospital* Wall* Hospital , i Admitted: Mrs. Carrol Brooks, Rt J, city.' Melton Bt-asley, city. Mrs. Charles E. Abbott, city. licrnle Hall Flowers, Deering Mo Joyce Puller ton, Steele, Mo, Sniidra Keener, Dell. Mis. M. E. Lomax, Manila. M-ttllyn Blgham, Steele, Mo, Mrs. J. E. Permenter,, Luxora. Dismissed. M:s. C. Collum, clly. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: ,\1 Mary Turner, Wilson i.Memphls Methodist Hospital AilmiUed: Dc:ic CaiKhart, Holland, Mo Hlytheville [Hospital Admitted: Mrs. George Johnson Jr., Armo- rrl. Carl Duncan, pity. M v Andrew. Fitiltfeiion Steele Mo. Hill Harding, city. DOTI to Mr. and Mrs. T II. Caraway, a .son this morning Dismissed: Mrs. Clyde Webb and );:il;y, city. Q T. spraj'bcrry, city. Iliroid James Harris, Manila Marilyn Harris, Manila. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 194U The 'teen age group U cnloylnu Included hi the guests'were Mr " "? l " ul of holiday pnriii;s uhlcl and Mrs. Bsrt Lynch Jr., of St'l s ,""' ted Friday night with Ihe ._..i.. _.... .. '. _ _ •• «» «i. dance fol . r., o t. bouls with Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. high .school students Pure-it • ..... .*.... .Mio, J\AJUI;I \, r\, , —° Porter; Mr. and Mrs. J. Kavanaugh « x)ns °''ttl hy the , , llt:ll , n...,.,,,.,- FYancls ol Tiiscaloosa, Ala., with Association, and will be concluded Mr. and Mrs. Blan s. Heath und wllh wntch pintles lor Miss Prances Little; Dr ami Mrs j Year. t'ic New „„ ^j, vvn, ( f_,i t ium rtaia. i •*••*•* JJ« e Ojnmi oMvIlllbiirn. N. J., und I Among the largest, o; nffnir, dance Clnistauis Nluht, The host and hostess were assisted IW MI and Mrs. R. p. Kirshher and^heir sons. E. B. Qee Jr., nnd Bobiliirshner Jr. Included In the guests were 'Mr and^irs Bert Lynch Jr. and Mr. and,Mrs L J. • Uchensteln of at Louis, Mr nnd Mrs. P. C. Hathorne of HtUtiesburg, Miss., and,the No- Guests *ere Invited to visit ut the John P Lentl Jiorne from 3 until 0 o'flock when Mr. and Mrs. Lent I entrained with ah eggnog imt'.y The wood-paueled walls of the '''I'.'S 5 rooln ma<ie *" appropriate settffig for the southern Christmas theirs used in the decorations. Tbfe, eggnog bowl, centerplec* of the-refreshment table, was sur- jounded with clusters of holly and bouquets of Christmas flowers wer« IS. V tMSf 8 ,?.- u Vk* r °9 m . where a Chrfctmas tree was'decorated; •'•' IVUf and Mrs. Rodney L. Banister rmd^llr and Mrs. Harry w. Hainos, . whoghave entertained .together ut othp<, holiday affairs, had some of thElr-Irlends In from 5 until 7 pm* at tge Halnes home. ' " A£ gaily lighted tree gleamed tlnqjjgh from off the sunporch into the Jiving room, where the colonial decorative theme made an appropriate setting for- the poimettlas mid Bother Christmas flowers The refroFhmAit table had a cetiterplsce of holly and red berries with an unusual arrangement of iiine sprays on the -«'lilte cover *ruml •*» *»-...-*, 1***. ii. jj a( [i mi \ 1 i™ Col Bnd . Mrs ' aeor 8e Orear Jr., ofj wi '" " ~ " ~~ Regenold, liome" from" Kcmucity and Mrs. OdeJI Sanders of Greenwood. Mlss,,^with Mr. and Mrs. MIJC usrey; Marlon Gray of Birmingham, who Is visiting his parents, Mr.--and Mrs. c. M. Gray L|eut. comdr. and Mrs, John Loy Bishop of Memphis, houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Ton! P. Martin. The 1» guests present list night for the Usrey party enjoyed a xup- psr menu .served In buffet style irom a t:'Me guy with led tapers amid greenery und red berries White novelty candles formed the miniature centerpiece ot the small tables used. Polnsettlas und greenery, on the mantel above the glowing fire also cdded,n Yuletide touch to the setting. Out of town guests Included Mrs. Oclell ."Sanders of Greenwood, Miss., aiid Mr. and Mrs. J. Kiwiiiiuiifih Francis of Tuscaloosa, Ala. •*''•* Bill Morses Honored At "Open House" Party MIES Nancy Ann Hughes and her brother, Ross Hughes Jr.. enter- tflinwl with a |>nrt,y Christmas Night in compliment to their , Military insutute ut Lexri;. The Mirror Room of l:ie hold was the scene of the 'lanclns by guests, received by Ihe ^ _ _ u young hosl; his pai'ein-C Mr. an« Mrs. E. M. Rcgenold. and Mr. i.ntl Mrs. Charles Crigger,. The targe Christmas tree nna the long refreslnncnt (ul>!o shared In the feature decoia'-lons w.'t'n the table arranged with plowing red tn|»er.s and many kinds or i'i(:e;i- cry among the sandwlchra iitui, punch bowl. Among the guesis w <!>.'o Vivian Patterson of Jackson, MJi'j, who is visiting her gi-andm.-,ihei-. Mis. W. -T. c-!>ei'sl; Ann White. June Adams. Frances and Patricl'i Daneliowcr of Osccoln, the latter two housgncsls of Maureen Nonls. Owallncy, :ir.o ol and Csccola. Bits of News Mostly. »£.';»>y Wnlden. seainan necond class, is spending a H .-Jay .leave here with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs n. Walden, prior to going nbopril .ship. Seaman Wnlden has been taking his boot training in San Diego. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Bert N. Lamb and family had had as tlielr pnests through the holidays her parents Mr. and Mi's. W. E. Hood and her grnnditiother, Mrs. Jnnlc Roberts all of Eujwra, Miss., and her sister, Mrs. Lester Bowen of Mobile Ala. The visitors left this moining. Mr. and Mi's. Forrest Mo6rc .-'ot St. Louis . guests ol' Mr. and . Mrs. Elton w. Kirby. Mr. Moore is a brother of MI'S. Kirby. Wayne Myraclc of Portageville, Mo., Micnt Clii'istnifts Day here as uncst or Jack anliba Jr., and his ., mnllier. He Is a schoolmate or . id Kcmper Military Booncville. Mo. Academy, •Miss Mus'o McCall jintl S. W. Belt Jr., of St. Louis, are guc.sls Sheriffs of Arkansas To Meet in Hot Springs HOT SPRINGS, Aik., Dec. 27.— .(t)l') — The program was being i-iiuiulcd out to<lay for the Ai-kan- KUS Shcrll|-.s Assoelatlon, scheduled to meet here in il.s annual convention Jan. 8 and 9. I. G. Brown, sheriff-elect of Garland County, w m | w i lost l() tlie enforcement ofticers. President of the association' is Faulkner County Sheriff Clarence O. Woodruff of Conway. Miss ^fayo 1 s p.irenis, Mr. nnd Mrs. t.. W. Justus and Mr. and Mrs. C'linr Miller, fo;- the holidays .Mrs. B. B. Wilson had as her guests Christmas her (laughter Miss Muy Emily Wilson ol Memphis anil her sons. John Bruce Wilson, who attends Arkansas State College at Jonesboro, and Mr and Mrs. Dick Wilson of Holland, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Wright spent Christmas in Memphis with her motlici-, Mrs. W. L. Wages, und ether relatives and friends. Mrs. H. O. Smith of French Cair.ji, Miss., has arrived to visit her daughter, Mrs. C. T. Shamlin. and family, mid her granddaughter, Mrs. Tim Esles and family, she will be here until Feb. 15. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Itathoine and children returned today to Hultles- burg. Miss., 'after having spent Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tucker, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Torn Thomas of tl , Cambria. Wise., are spending the of holiday season with Mrs. Thomas* mother, Mrs. Connie E-ikrldgc. Brownie Scouts Guests When Gail Brugdon cntci'talncd will! a Christmas Eve party she had a.s her guests, members of the Girl' Scout Brownie Truup No. 12. tit the. -- home of her parents, Mv. and Mrs. cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morse l Charles Hiogdon. on HtgUw\y (il of Uttle Rock, here for the holi- 'South. day with Mr. Morse's parcnis, Mr. The sucstr,, entertained from 2 and Mrs. Byron Morse. Included also in the 35 guests were a number of college students home for the holidays wllh the hostess 'and host assisted by Mrs. the those who calieu were Mr. A1 '* Curtis nnd Miss Mary Virginia Odell Sanders of Green- Relchel, who attend University ol iss. Ivjv. and Mrs. Bill j Arkansas at Fayelteville Little Rock, the Hartlgcns, t M| ss Hughes has returned home ~i. the Bert Lynches and-' 0 •»« with her parents, Mr and '"'""" Mrs ; R°ss D. ;Hughes. following graduation from Southwestern at Memphis, and Ross Jr., i s a stu- at University of Texas at nstelns. and Mrs. Arthur Vance had 11 group of friends In Chrlst- las.Nighl at their Armorel home .o visit w «h Mrs. Vance's sister MrsHEnuna Powell of Carulhersvill.' Mo _ Also there from out of town weie^the Nobles. Another small affair was thecocfc- tail jparty given Christmas Eve by Mr n ,,H M » 1 Charles Ijjngston Jr. nlly and a few friendii -:-... plantation home at Nu.n- •"vi Tfine I® guests gathered in the livlr.R o?at^e W m erC <he ^^ l "* mfi d "^ ^e Chnstmas. HoUy^was"^"^ ,"? „ P£. fam "y later arranged the mo^ti .'"/^"buted Christina morning to the 100 families on the dent Austin" Poinsettlas on'the mantel above the open fire and the Christmas tree, arranged against the front windows, made a fitting background for the refreshment table hi the dining room. Here more Chri s t mils blossoms and greenery were combine;! lo decorule the table, from which party foods were otrvi'd. Son Born To Caraways . A so " _*« born this morning '" . Mr ' ^d M«- T. H. Caraway at MlcliMl JCe " " Dme '' Robort Mrs. Caraway was, befoic uer marriage, Miss Bobbie Ann Purvis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Purvis. until 4 o'clock, were received in the living room of the typical sou'.iic-Mi colonial home, appropriately decorated for the Midwinter holiday. The large tree held miniature c:ui- dte sticks and Santa Clans boxes, filled with candles, later distributed to the 15 girls. Th»-guests sang Christmas cnroU and played'games belurc Mrs. fir.irt- don road the poem "The Ni&jhl Or- forc Christmas." Refreshments of cookies nml punch were served by the yoiui:; hostess, assisted by her molh'i'r. + - * * Crooner Ding Crosby And Actress Bergman Win 1946 Movie Awards HOLLYWOOD. Dec. 27. (UP) -Crooner Bing Cros-by and Actress Ingrld Bergman, his running male in "The Bells of St. Mary's." to<l«y reigned as l.hc year's biggest box-oft Ice money-makers. 'Motion picture exhibitors chose "the groaner" for the Number 1 spot for the third straight yea-', putting him on an equal foot'X. with Mickey Rconcy and'one'year behind Shirley Temple, who t'ink- led the cash registers loudest for a record four years. Kids Can't Keep | Clean! And there's nothing you H . can do about it, except to know that your cleaner is reliable and prompt. Read Courier News Waul Ads. Our Store Will Be CLOSED Friday& Saturday, Dec. 27-28 We Will Be Open Monday as Usual The New York Store Best Cleaning Ever! NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS 220 N. 2nd phone 474-475 ^-iiiJi-T"*':*^^'^ HARRY FRITZIUS SATURDAY SPECIALS l.' S OIl" 1 't:i!oTH C '° V " U <:oll "! m F«*here '"• This Paper) 2- SHKKTS (Full Bert Size) "fTEtDCKKST." 3. PILLOW CASKS "HKI.DORESt." *- TOWKLS, AIX KINDS. "FIELDCREST." fi F.\TR I \ E ^ S (AT N . KAR (: °ST THIS ONE DAY *. WIIITE COTTON LONG ^CLOTH. 0. WHITE VERY SOKT BATISTF !? ^ llOT |il ' Ri: S "' K W1HTK CREPE. . .' I- «' !r KEST TOWEI 'S and'WASH CLOTHS. U. HKI.Df'KK.ST BMOSI'ltKADS. LOOK! Inventory Momlay of nexl li. .Mint' 8 ! 1 ! 1 , ?i" on Us ,v V i S "ho si L M r' buy it - -^ol'l. . Rltt R00< " i WM*. Until *i" be left watittd b,,t he YOUR OWN PRICE 1lff Vn " r °»' n prl « Sa1c " "' l»sl >'f« Nrw Ypar . s? w „ , his ,„ >.'«• rp ' s "° w: Sflwt 3 " nr tfly or ^ "> r »"'• Jour llmc ' then m!Ul ' ns an ° n "- U«n''t ' is " ar T Krill *" 5> P">""»e. If >•„„" of- COM ' > 01Ir ntl " " IH "« ««plcd Imrnc- . r-v n n , C T"" nCCCpt ' our offer eve " ^ d " '"^ you thil »°« I ? ' S l °° ' Wl ''""'' siv * "«•• Thc clcrk "i" «'l jou thai Us h,. !oM . c<)sl in w|li( . (l . «^ « URt-H S4 s?\v ";"• V °" ARK " N "* :R NO OBLIGATION^ fO him I N ITE91 IK VOtlR "»' IS NOT ACCEPTED r™ r , ( l,r! s i mils :„ ' B r".hL? 3r ; f .1 ',• r „ \ , S ""• i nC '" a5 HARRY FRITZIUS Blytheville's "FieWcrtrt" Deafer AM Leachville Teachers Attend College Clds^es All teachers in , the Leiichvlllc school system are en^aijed in further professional stuily ut Arkansas State College In Jonesboro it was announced by Uyal V Norman, superintendent of ty.-ich- ville schools. Five of the teachers- .will complete requirements for .bachelor's. dr-erees this summer, he s.ild. They are Mrs. C lemma Edwards, M;^ Mary Mulllns, Mrs. Vulmu Nor man, Miss '^ilclred Brrldim- and Mrs. O. B. Taylor.. --'< : Of the system's 17 ' tea-ilvrr,/ five utteiid classes -at the .-jg'icce twice a week, on <Thms<lay and Sutui-- doy nights.- These teicher.i arc Mrs. C'lemma Edwards, ,V!;s Plan cos Laync, Mm. Ci. 2. T.'.viov, MIS Llllie fSharj), Mrs. Adell-.w Bryaiit and Mrs. Mary Mitchell. • Those attending classes on Saturdays are Mrs. Velina Nurman Mrs. Mildred Hrnding, MV.I. EX>lll^' MuHaney and Miss V.uia Jolin- soii. Attending Thurid-iy n'ght classes are Mrs. Miutlia Si';by Mi.s. Louise nigging, MIS.I Wilma! , Milton IfugK-iH, Miss Patterson, MU-i l.uiie Miss Mary MulCui IIKI Mrs. Mary Mitchell. Winnie Davis, THE BEAUTY CLINIC Martaret Itrrn Smith. Owner Bank Bldf. Pb<m* Substitute for a Bank Serves Unsatisfactorily ATLANTA, Ga., Dec. 27—(UP) — n. H. Vlnson, Sr., hid t2,200 In a li<iuor carton for safekeeping until the banks opened the next day. But his son, trying to be Mpfu! put Ihe bottles on Ihe shelves and tossed away the carton containing 17 $100 ond iq $50 bills. PERMANENT* Oil of Tulipwood ,.».5» Mareclllna Crrme 501.54 HeJene Curl!* c«U Warn Dermelle Cosmetic* The Beauty Bar Phone 8202 Glencoe Hole] Blytheville's Baby Headquarters! The.. Tot Shop ^mf "'wonderful how a little Wmf Va-tro-nol relieves transient fm congestion Uiat stUffs up the •_ t- «. * nose and spoils sleep. Quickly to relieve stuffiness, invite ? ou ^ nose opens "p-Sreath- 4»» ' I^ ng is easier! If you need re- m ^ m " lief tonight, try it! Follow directions In the package it Jul rfnose gets "stopped vp" «P Jurf a fay drops notlriJ VATRO-NOL FROM ME TO YOU ' Harry Fritzius FiVe.Doys fo Live All his life, since he could remember anything, he'd known that ragardless of other evenly—regardless of their importance In the light of history, earthshaking, cataclysmic, a in a il i n g though tihey might be, to him, personally all other great daj-s of his life would be t anti-climactic on- 15 To him. there would be, be. Only one last ically great day. As. in the lives of each of his forebearers, so, he well knew it'would be in his own life; that last yreat crowning event at the eiul of his life—then a few feeble listless, meaningless days and -oblivion! Now, the great day had come and pone. Yes, it HAD indeed been a wonderful any! It's passing had left him just a tired old man. Looking forward to THE BAY hnd sustained him, had kept in his n^iiiB body the spark of youth. Very few had suspected how really old he had become. But now it was all over. He had lain down, he realized, never to arise again. Peev- ishity he wondered why, at the en4 of that DAY he could not have nnietly passed out of 1 the picture. Why these lingering last dying days of a. now, useless old man? There was absolutely nothing ahead to look forward 'to except—death. He contemplated it's approach with a sleepy almost pleasant longing, for he was vcr v old and very tried. He allowed his thoughts to wander back through his life now past. He'd heard that n dying man recalled his whole life in the short period before his dealh—. Until now he'd not had time for reminiscing. He'd led an exciting life- all in all. There were regrets of course, bat looking back at his life now in retrospect, very few of his fore-parents had had so many accomplishments, or so great—in the light of history— At the beginning of his life, things had looked pretty hopeless to say the least. World War II over, it had seemed that the people of the world were foolishly rushing headlong to another and an even more horrible conflict. Perhaps never in history had prospects for the future changed so quickly from despair to hope nnd sanity.'At the beginning, even in America, until Ilicn. the hope of Hie world, yes even in America-.-'dark, evil forces were at work. The people seemed lo have lost their former courage, to be hopelessly millintr about while their very ideals were being undermined. On top of this there was talk of inflation and a terrible depression to follow. Well he could certainly join his fathers with his mind considerably eased on this score. The people had awakened at last—and h»d spoken—OUT LOUD! They'd elected a Republican Congress to express their displeasure with the maiu- niiAmerican trends of the administration. Thereby they had eloquently spoken their displeasure of Communism, of Communist controlled Lnbor Unions. (And Political Action Committees) of cold-blooded racketeering labor leaders, of conniving politicians, of OPA's stranglehold on industry and a score of other evils that had prown up within the aging New Deal. Mr. Lewis ]»d made the very worst guess of his entire career. Mr. Truman, relieved of the pressure of labor unions and of foolish oorty committments, by the Pepub- .Ican -victory had stiffened his whole attitude and had thrown •the bMk at Mr. Lewis and had then Clayed, perhaps his greatest pme or paker, by playing a pat hand and calling all bets until the confused and harrasscd Mr L^wis decided to .drop out, admitting , thereoy.a tiling that he had never ! admitted bsfore, that the Government, of. the United States was greater than he. Mr. Lewis then Jiad shown himself to be a poor laser which in itself had cost him probably more friends than his bad guess.- i Things seemed" to be looking up [in the United Nations Organization too. After 115 sessions v 15 wearisome months and millions -of'words the Council of Foreign Miiiisters in London had solved practically all major issues. Russia had almost completely made an about face on questions which had seemed certain to wreck the UN during the hectic first months of the sessions She had compromised and backed down on her stand on.the troublesome veto question. Disarmament and other troublesome questions had at least been brought to a point where their solutions seemed a cer- •tainty. Most important was the willingness shown bv Russia to sacrifice her own ambitions to the will of the majority thereby indicating her desire that the Unitcri Nations live—and prosper. Most heartening was Russia's invitation that the next meetings be held in Moscow and the acceptance of the invitation by the Council For the first time in history, outer space had been penetrated by man's ingenuity and the moon had actually been contacted by radar! Scientists were solemnly predicting that a monopoly on actual space travel would within the near future be tr>kcn from the super-men or the Comics and, thanks to Jst-pro- pulsion. radar and other scieutiric wonders, become an actuality. To mar the old man's memories there was the most disastrous hotel fire in history, when the "fireproof" Winccoff Hotel of Atlanta . burned, leaving 120 dead, 5 missing and 89 injured. And just as the old fellow's alloted last rive clays were drawing to a close he recalled with a chuckle a head-line appearing on the front page of the Blythevillc Courier News on December the 24th the very eve of his great day of days It had read: ' "HYSTERIA BLA-MED PCR UNION SUITS" Well he'd seen some monstrosities parading under the name of "union-suits" in his day. but he ha<l a last riceting desire to see the pair which had rated such a front-page bead-line— especially 'as he recalled the balance of the headline in question—Federal Judge says Portal-to-Portal-cIaims may backfire—! Just a few moments left h-m-m-ni—must have been pretty bad to cause purchaser to •— go — lo Federal court — petting mighty sleepy — guess this it is — Oh wcl it's been a pretty full l---\vouiri have felt better If they'd solved the atom bomb question—well- have to leave something for — successor — to — do — What are all the guns firing and whistles blowing for — oh yea. guess he was pretty Important—they were giving him a rousing send-off — fine folks —' what was that funny noise now 1 sounds like a healthy baby's first wail — maybe after all — the cheers — were for the baby — little np-stnrl— musl be his successor — young 194? — oh well he — wished him luck—m-m- 'Byc every body! —'Happy Ne*— Yea - r I everything in 'INSURANCE" UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY *• T. DIETRICH, Continuous Shows Every Day Ikfi Office Opvfin I :4t Show Sia<-«>« ?-*fi - LISTEN TO KLCN 5:«« »,JB. 12-.K pjn. «:S» *.m Last Time Today Nighf and Day Hllh Cury Grant &'Alexis Smith Continuous Shuwinj; Everyday . 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