The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 2, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 2, 1952
Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 195» BLTTHEVTU,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWg ,. From Heuer's Fine Shoes We will proudly present the first baby of 1952 with two pairs of WEATHERBIRD soft sole shoes, and Mother will receive a pair of sheti" nylon hose. ONE STOP SHOE SKKV1CE «<|«lrllll — Cl«ninj — Ojeini *21. W. Main DM 3 ' M , from Pat O'Bryant Jeweler A beautiful baby fork and spoon set will be presented by Pat 0'' Bryant's. The set is of Sterling silver, a wqnderful gift for Mr .or Miss 1952! PAT O'BRYANT JEWELER from Cobb Funeral Home Mother and her little champion will receive a luxury ride 'home from the hospital . . . with all best wishes from Cobb. COBB FUNERAL HQME from Wade Furniture When the Number One baby enters the playful stage, He or She will have a Baby Jumper as a gift from .Wade's. WADE FURNITURE fromJ.C Penney Co. Mother will receive a lovely gown from J. C. Penney's! In her choice of color, too. J. C. PENNEY CO. from Hughes-Brogdon Drugs Hughes-Brogdon Highway Drag (formerly Kirby's) will present an Empire Diaper Bag with wet- proof lining. HUGHES-BROGDON HIGHWAY DRUG (Formerly Kirby's Highway Drug) Main & Division fromClair Miller & Sons The family car will get serviced at Glair Miller's! A free wash, grease and oil change with all best wishes. CLAIR MILLER & SONS SERVICE STATION Main & Division 2* a 2* 26 « Mrs. J g. Whilt of Sleele, Mo., is shown above with her six-pound, five-ounce baby girl.. .Bivtheville's "First Baby of The Year". She Ws born at 12:10 A.M. yesterday at Blytheville Hospital. Mrs. Whilt' will 're ceivt from BlylheTille merchants all the gifts shown WINNER OF $ 10 PRIZE IN THE COURIER NEWS GUESSING CONTEST: j Mrs. Cecil Campbell 410 East Main Street St««U, Miiiourl Her Gu«it: 12:10 a.m. January 1st Mrs. Campbell guessed the time of the babys arrival exactly...10 minutes after midnight. However, because the baby was born so early on January fsl, many of the 115 entries were very close. Bobby .Jean Davis of BJytheville missed it just two minufcs. 12:12 A.M. And eleven guessed withjn 5 mini utes^of the time! Predidin K 12:15 were Mrs. M. F. Day, Sr., Mrs. Herman Greer, Miles A.' Holly Henry Pollard, Cora' Anderson, and Mrs. C. W. Forrest of Blytheville. . .Joyce Rray of Holland and L. W. Washington of Umifhcrsvillo. Predicting 12:05 were Olcvia Reese and airs. J. D. Jeffries of Hlyfhevnie, and^ Mrs. J. C. McFadden of Stecle. The Courier News sends congratulations lo Mrs. Campbell and.thanks to'all of you ivho look part in (his contest. from Pickard's Groc. Pickard's will help with baby's food problem ... a full case'of Heinz or Gerber's Baby Food. PICKARD'S GRO. & MKT. from Farmers Bank TheTirst Baby of 1952 will get a good start in the finance department . . . Farmer's Bank will start him off with a savings account by depositing $5 in his name. FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. from O'Steen's Studio * O'Steen's will make the baby's portrait, a beautiful 11 x 14 Portrait Tinted in Heavy Oils, valued at $25 . . . something the parents will be proud of! "Blytheville's Oldest and Most Complete Studio" 115 W. Main from The Tot Shop The Tot Shop Is all set to assure the first baby of many hours of restful sleep. Blytheville's first baby will receive,a Cuddle Nest with compliments from the Tot Shop. ' THE TOT SHOP from Lemons Furniture An Innerspring Crib Mattress will add to baby's comfort as a gift from Lemon s Furniture. LEMONS FURNITURE from Hubbard Hardware Hubbard Hardware will present a gift for the kitchen ... a Revere Ware Sauce Pot of stainless steel with copper clad bottom. HUBBARD HARDWARE from Blytheville Laundry Blytheville Laundry - Cleaners will give $5 credit in laundry or drycleaning with their compliments. BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY CLEANERS

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