The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1949 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 10, 1949
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PACK TWO Jane SheJUm, Society Kditor Mrs. Gesscll Is Guest With Friday Contract Club Mr*. Neal Gesell was guest with the Friday Contract club at thc eeting of the group yesterday with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. "Christmas" was the chosen theme of the decorations placed h the entertaining room. In the games Mrs. G. O. Poeta von high and Mrs. w. F. McDanlels second high. Assorted party foods were served by the hostess during the afternoon. Two Guests Meet \Vilh Members of TN Club Two guests met with members of the TN Y Club Thursday at the home of Mrs. George Ford. GupsLs with members of the club were Mrs. Gordon Henley and Mr.s, Robert Blay- loek. Placed throughout thc home were scenes in complement to the Yuletide season. In the games Mrs. Henley won high and Mrs. Charier Karker bridge. During the Afternoon Mr.s. Ford aerved a dessert course, *• • • Mrs. Dowel)' Entertains C. B. C. Rook Club Mrs. C. S. Dowdy wns hostess to members of thc C. B. C. Club yesterday at her home for the weekly rook game. The guests were seated ftt In dividual tables for the games In which Mrs. Ross Moore won high Mrs. Paul Byrtim second high an Mrs. Alyin JIardy, roolto. During the afternoon Mrs. Do\vd} fterved a salad plate. (Friday Club Meets Wilb Mrs. Welenkamp Mrs. Harmon Taylor won hlgl »nd Mrs. E. J. Time second high li the afternoon bridge game of the Friday Club yesterday at the A. B Wetenkamp home. Miniature scenes In complemenl to the Yule season were placed throughout ths home. During the afternoon Mrs. Wet- enka'mp served a desert course. __BL,YTHEVII,t.B (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Mrs. Green Receives f astern Star Honor Mrs. Xalherlne. S. Green, a member ot the high school faculty, has received a commission from thc Worthy Grand Matrop. Mrs. Oral Cone of Hearcy, ns District Deputy 6r»nd Lecturer- of the Eighteenth District of the Order ot The East- em Star. Mrs. Green received her commission at a recent session of the Grand Chapter held in the Albert Pike Hotel In Little Rock. She has served as deputy lecturer of this district two years previously from 1043 to 1945. Other grand chapter honors she received are Grand Representative of Alabama to Arkansas (ran 1934 to 1937. Grand Page In 1941. Assistant Grand Organist in 1948 and 10-in. She Is a charter member of Marrnl Chapter No. 493 and a past matron of the chapter, having served In that stntion two years. The Eighteenth District Includes Mississippi. Crlttenden, Polnsett and Craighead counties. Mr. and Mr.s. John Weaver O'Neal. Jr.. have returned from a two-weeks wedding trip to Mexico lexas and other southern points of interest. They are now at home at Huffman. Mrs. O'Neal was be- ore her marriage Nov. 26 Miss Eileen Hagan. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Robinson >f Grenada, Miss., will arrive tonight (o be the weekend guests of am,,""" Mrs. J. w. Gibson and Miss Millie Chamber, Miss Betty Dodris and Mrs. w. C. Shearln are pending today in Memphis Condition of Miss George Ann tihvell who has been 111 a! the Blytheville Hospital for the past i 'eek 3s improved. Miss Joan Thompson of Dvers- in-g, Tenn.. is the weekend guest f Miss Knthryn Miller nnd her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I!. c Miller Mrs. I. L. UeShazn and children' and Mrs. DcShazo's mother Mrs N B. Thompson, are spending today In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Northcutt Miss Pronla Hntlcy and Mrs Troy Mavo spent Friday in Memphis " i Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Weaver and ' son Edward Clark of Whitehaven, j Tenn.. are the weekend guests of family M " J01 '" Ri D "' on and home today from l.KUe Rock where ne has attended a state Judges' meeting for the past two days Mrs R. N. stanton of Ravtown vkii h" 3 " rrlVed fr>r Bn <"ii«'dert visit here as guosl of her sister -...'I' F '' °' Fer BUson and Mr. Per-' Phone 4-161 Coming Events Civic Calendar Mnmlav Wesleyan Service Guild has Chrislmas party at home of Mrs HIJdred Bunch at 7:30 p m. Club meets for Christmas party a't Mrs. R. E. Davis. J Baptist Circles meet-Circle One -Mrs Joe Waddy, Circle-Two- Mrs. Jesse Seeman, Circle Three— Mrs. H.c BJ«,,keiKhlp, Circle Four -Mrs. J. T. Westbrook. circle Five -Mrs! E." S c e " B ro™. a " d Clrcle si " Calvary YWA meets with Mrs H'nodror Wilder. Lake sireet WSCS meet? at church nt 2:30 p.m. Women's Council of (he First dish luncheon and Olirlstmas°p a rty "'•church at 1 o'clock. Mrs. n. L. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1949 CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By Joan Dotijjlasa Mr. and Mrs. Edward Williams i^mounce the birth of a da gWe r Thursday at Walls Hospital ^ baby who Is their first child has not been named. Mrs \viiiii, m « is the former Miss Po ™ y D V v "f" Mr. and Mrs. B G c Mount Pleasant. 'Texas , ° arc the r'theVaT''^ 5 ' W "" C '" ^' Cm ~ An.ntornnf^*^^ 1 ^'^ Mrs. Edgar Cain. Mrs. Qeraldlni. ™™InJ ll ; d1Mrs .- Jllm « R »<™™i« •mending today in Memphis. ere she has ip..het guest of her mother Mrl R Nightly Program Planned At Christian Church Beginning Sunday Dec. II through nee. 24. an hour of organ music and chimes will be presented at the First Christian Church eac!) evening from six to seven p m. "Open House" will be the theme of the programs and visitors will be permitted to attend the entire program or leave nt any time. The first fifteen minutes of the program will be the playing of the chimes The remaining forty-five minutes will be filled with the playing of Christmas carols. Local organists who have agreed to assist In this program are Dec. 11, Mrs. Dalton Fowlston: Dec. 12, L. T. Moore; Dec. 13, Ear) Snider- Dec. 14, Mrs. Rouse Harp; Dec 15 Mrs. John CaudlH: Dec. 16, Mrs. .lohn Caudill: Dec. n, Mrs Harp: Dec. 18. Choir's program- Dec. 19, Mrs. Harp: Dec. 20 Earl Snider; Dec. 21, Mr.s. Fowlston: Dec. 22. L. T. Moore: Dec. 23. Mrs Harp- and Dec. 24, Mrs. Fowlston. Glacier National Park. Montana, has more than 1.000 mile.s of trails. A! The Hospflak .. Mrs. Agnes f.aiie city H. T. Lyles. City. B - W Coleman, cooler. Percy Jackson, city. Walls Hospiial Dismissed- Mr""} j- Nai " [ "*' ° S « ol! > M . Murrarj. Wi.minghnm, Citv. Wlfcon. Wo ° d >-""l »»d baby. Grace Oreen. Stele Benda Nichols, city Ramona Nichols. City Mrs. Jess Bizzell and baby, stcclc Floor Furnace Blast Damages New House The explosion of a kerosene floor "able'da'magTTo 1 th B e "mne' '^ Drive. "^ B!tlctor Ol1 Wwt Moultrle a.e'"exp'S nCe ££„£*££** W-' "-- f? "" new home Mrs. s. s. pKlierson anrt .\frs E R. Mason entertain Women's A'HX- llary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Lhiirch with Christmas social at tatlerson home at 8 pm Gleaners Class of First Baptut meets wl,h Mrs. Alvln Huffman^?' for dlnner-Christmas parly at 1 pm Presbyterian Circles meet-Circle One—Mrs. J. A. Leech, Circle Two— Mrs_ E. A. nice. Circle Three—Mr.s H. T. Kidd. These circles will meet at 2:30 p.m. Meeting at 8 p m will be Circle Four with Mrs. George Dillahunty and Circte Five will meet with Mrs. Ebb Sprariley with Mrs Oeraldme Greene co-hostess. Tuesclar Mrs. Charles Afflick, Jr., eompli- menls Tri-Town club. La Petite meets with Mrs O S Cromwell. Mrs. w. C. Higpinson enteiialns Tuesday Tiridge. Phebean Sunday School Class of First Baptist church meets at home if Mrs. Alton B. Ja KR ers. loio Holly for Christmas party at 7:30 p m High School PT.4 Christmas par- tv at 3 p.m. preceded by Executive Hoard meeting at 2-:io p.m. Wednesday Chapter "D" of PEO Sisterhood meeting for luncheon at R. A Porter home with Mrs. Porter and Mrs. B. A. Lynch as hostesses. ThiirsrTar Mrs. G. G. Candlll hostess In Thursday Club. Thursday Rook meets with Mrs H. C. Rlankcnship. Mrs. Ralelght Sylvester will en- lerlaln Thursday Night Club. Avalon Bunco Club meet,s with Mr.s. Frert McGregor. Mrs. G. V. Daws compliments Blytheville Rook Club with luncheon-Christmas party. Mr.s. Marvin Nn'nn hostess to Octette. Euzlian Sunday School Class of First Baptist will be complimented at home of Mr.s. Joe Ramcy at 7-30 p.m. Mlcl-Wcek Club will meet with Mrs. Cecil Shane. Circles -Mori Circles Two of the Wesleyan Guild met Monday evening will Miss Mary Belle I'otcet. Martha Wren was co-hostess, There were 16 members present. Patricia Ncff and Martha W represented the program. The members reviewed parts of the "Wesley- ail Guild Service Handbook." During the business session the group decided to s've Christina; baskets to several needs' families and go caroling. They ttlll deliver the baskets, carol, and have a Christmas parly on the evening 01 the 19th of December. Refreshments of sandwiches, potato chips, olives, brownies, and coca colas were served. The next meeting, which will be the Christmas party, will he with Miss Margaret Mctzer and Miss Jane Townsend. Circle Two of the woman's Society of Christian Service held Its regular meeting Monday nisht in Ihe home of Mrs. ilemlrix Chitwood. Mrs. Georpc Cunningham served as co-hostess. 'ilie devotional was led by Mrs. Bill White. Mrs. Paul Walpolc presented the program. "Sharhu; tile Blessins.s of the Home." A routine business meeting was cono'ucteti Mrs. R. L. Wade. Jr., chairman presided, 'Hie linstessces served refreshments of orange nut rake topped with whipped cream and coffee to the 11 members present. Maplcst Crimps Forty-five members of thc different groups of the Baptist Trainim; Union of this city attended a "Snuthwide M" meeting on Monday evening at the Hayti Baptist Church. Eighteen chinches were represented at this, the New Madrid Association meeting which includes all the Baptist churches from Pcm- iscot County and some from New- Madrid County. Knterfnlns Mrid.ire Club Miss Marie Stancck entertained Monday night for the members of two-table Lucky Nine I}ri<l 8 e Club Airs. Oma Pinion and Mrs I. H Schult were guests, prizes went to Mrs. Schult for hi,.], score ami Miss Pauline Garrett Bridtjoeri A desert course and coffee were served following the panics. The next meeting will be n Cbrislmas party, he'.I at thc home of Mrs. Johnny Garrett. Locals Mrs. c- A. Robertson. Mrs H H, Pismon. and Mrs. Grisham from this city attended the meeting of the Hayti Garden Clubs on i I-llMday. Airs. Van Deal of St Louis was the speaker and presented a Christmas table decoration demonsrntion. Miss Judy Williams spent the week end In Blytheville as a guest ] said to he satisfactory. Dr. and Mrs. n. D. Pinion ctrovc to Memphis, Tenn., Thursday. PLAY CLOTHES he popular 'look-alUe' vogue. Sim- LUXORA Continued from Page 1 phis law enforcement officers In the march for Die slayer, it was indiciued that the search might extend to .Misisslppi and officers In that state ivere co-operating, too.- Early Mailing Of Christmas Parcels Urged postmaster nous s .Stevens today ., ,,v. t ^-v|,uii,i,,, K 100 - renewed his appeal for Blytheiille Making the trip to Memphis rMIdclUs to 8<* ChrLslma.s packages were Deputy Sheriffs Dave Young alld , , s '" the "> a 'l as nuickly as and Charles Short nnd State Pol- P 05 ;"" 10 ' PARADE Continued frojn p age j 1'^' °™,' y d i rec "0'> <« claim and Icemen Geor»e invln and Den Kent. They returned about 2 a.m. Woman Carried Weapon Sheriff Brrrynmn said that the aycr used a ..13 calilier weapon. He was searched carefully at the time he uas placed umler arrest by the two Luxora officers, but the Nesro woman with him was not searched ami It Is believed that she may have been carrying the weapon. Luxora officers were called to the Negro night spot In the northwestern part of town on iniplaint thai a Nc^i'o was being threatened with a mm. After making the arrest, the two /fleers placed the two Negroes In the back seal of the (axlcab nnd with Mrs. McDaniel driving they started for the town jail. Almost immediately the shooting started and at least five shots were fired ~ <•"] fie back sent of the car. Three bullets penetrated Die hack if tin- front sent in the ta.vicab to ! thrlr marks. One enierprrf j ;h the top of the cab, an- j ither shattered thc glass about the The greatest flood of parcel past in post office history u expected thU year, and Mr. Stevens said that , . all canie In a t once, even though additional help has been obtained, the posloffice would be swamped. He added that commercial shipments were adding to the load of Yule packages. Poiunaster Stevens set Dec. 15 us Die very late-St date for Christmas packages to be mailed, and an even earlier mailing en passible. He reported that the windows were least crowded nt lunch time, and that hours between 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. orclin- ally were to avoid crowds nnd Ions bundle-bearing lines. Other recommendations made by Kiurji-u viiL- Kiiins [inrnii tut* .. c -.... u ..o mnuc MJ crowd w as itie lar of the windshield, and »!,,,.. .. C " s ..." con:lcc ! io » with [ led in Blvtheville. Karl fields, mayor of Leac 1 I. D. Shedd, mayor of Manil Curtis Downs, mayor of Dell com poscd the JudgM' pan e | m. ' .. ' mayors were 'dinner guest, of Ely! thevilles Mayor Doyle Henderson before the parade. Members of th. Garden Club Judged the Pet Divl sions. nl ~ -Indues Praise I'araoV Speaking for the Judges, Mr Downs .said it was partlctilarlv dif ficult to make any decision., sl ,ice all of the float, Rwe „.„„* *J" ce and developed Chiistma, them'; well. He termed the parade al •'th finest thing ever staged In Ran, theville." and the consensus >) to repeat his reaction. ' m " Christmas music was played for two hours before parade time and the streets were resplendent' with Christmas lights which will remain up through the holidays. Funds for prizes, installation of lights and fixtures, and for nro vision of the Christmas music were collected from the merchants who plan to make the parade an aninni event to herald the Christmas fin>n. Cit.i-'.s l.arRMl Croud Mayor Henderson said that the crowd was the largest ever a«emb- hat neither ;il f'nie appeared o hP"* 1 hrcn drinking. Hunter Kuslics to Ilcsciic It was only a few minutes later , hat the I.nxorn officers were called i .. , t » ,„.-'" Simmons' place. Mrs. McDanle] inner or an expert with our clp'n ' n l lel ' a '" « laxirab service and she | took her husband and Ihe i innrshn! to the nilr'nt spnt. ......Miiejn, anci a' — *."'».it^nuji isiiu^ hlrd shalt-red class in the window \ Chri.'itma.s mailing wa .s printed label Some of the estimates „, „ of ,l,e left rioor of the cab. "»' !«"*as« authorizing opening ! crowd ranged higher and he m, Walter nenton. another taxicab ! '"'. ,,"*i";«' 0 ''' »<* of corrugated | her easil/ coiiMhave topped "tol 25.000 figure which was based on about 2.5CO persons per bloc!.- nn '^n^^^^^^^l^^^r ' U — ""* '° ^et^^m'ed"^^^-™" raleri bv Willie Simmons. t lie wiv »,,i , ? ,? Mdes »" le said the ro-.nle anmrcntlv hart ' or, u™ > P ," ' he SpKial - rrlved from the south. He sairt Al.'i • ^.svte^e standing e. g hl or more per- iiiuuicr taxican inspection, use of corni st ui-i Iriver. told of having picked up the ] i-'iirdboard in wrapping, nnd arrange sV^ro man and woman around 1 - to have .some one at home to tec- at the l«;s stop and taking ' rnc P-^'-cl Post to avoid trips to jrtl "i • § SIHfllSnPC VlJliUUi IVJ Retired Yarbro Farmer Dies; Funeral Sunday r- sons deep n the street with still others on the sidewalks and more in windows of buildings along ihe line of march. The weather man favored Ills event after a sunless day and chill- uig temperatures. The clouds lingered but withheld their moisture ly mutated icw chart Tr^l*™* !l! "' >'''*l>«"d and Ihe niRht ' ^nuay ed but withheld their moisture. corduroy or bright woolen. "' ' i " 1nrsl "'' to thc nielit spot. Funeral services for louis la ,- ~ ~ r-itlci'ii .vo. axis Is in .sizes 2, 3. ,, U '.. L •''»»»»• Luxor.-, plainer, was j Fcrncy. retired Yarbro farmer '• *-lttle Rock Net/sooner i»'l K ^rS'o, i *£ - a^TU-u.'TMS !£? wirbe^i^ .ft f * eCU " Ve W« at^ nch; skirt, 11. y!11 . as of 39 _ illcll n'en^to Dt. c. W. SMvcrblatfs officp. I church of Ooti in Portagcvillc Mo LI'ITI p pnoir „ 4ft long overalls. I'-, yards; short over- " Osreola. and they later were at L!:M p.m. tomorrow. ' "^s n™,. , 10-tt>;2.» ""s. r » yartl. t:lkc '" to Mcmnhis in a Swift P,i- Mr LaFo-ney about m dirri vi-» VhP T- ^ Dc " locri " Business Man. For this pa.ern. send 23 ccn^ I 1 , 6 ™. 1 .. Hn , mc , -"",,,an,e. i t,., Me- at the honie f hi"'dZl ter J f^™." 0 * T ' "^ '"ed in COINS, your name, address, sm- """I 11 '.? " 0[i - v 13 at thc Swift Fu- Mrs. Will Purcell. »l. v»,-h^ «„' «'»/«" a " ack >'«^i'da.v. He lil. Don't I lie new FASHION The fall and winter i;sue will delight yoti with its up-to-the-minute easy to make frocks for all the family. Free girt pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. Mrs. W. F. McDaniel entertains Friday Contract Club. Mr.s. Ross Moore compliments members of the CBC Club with the annual Christmas party. Reds Try to Spread Propaganda in Schools WASHINGTON. Dec. 10 — i-Ti — Communist Russia apparently is trying to get its propaganda m'aga- - „ t.n.T in ouinnpnsi i /IIlc '"'" American .schools. This, Missouri state Teachers Colle-e I c:unc to K * hi yesterday with re-I spent the weekend with their res- ! pom "lat'the attempt has been .u t J -••"-•tjji. ,1.^ a HUI-.SI »> the home of her granrimothcr Mrs. Ruby walden. .Her parents' Mr. and Mrs. Luther Williams' drove to B!ythevtlle on Sunciav afternoon to visit and Miss "judy returned with them. MKsts Barbara Shaw and Ellis Hayclen. both students at So the cpimiv farm and from ' Burial willbe"aT' nv.,..n^ A.- .. .i., scene. Thrrp of-f r]^ ,* .- hcrsi-ille Joined I funeral Home. tlie search. Sheriff Berrvman said _ and tiirecletl the rioqs owned bv ! D •. / „ _ '.. ' Sheriff E. F. ClaMon! " I R| *6S for R. R. Chisholm The does from ihe Mississioni ! ~ " ----- Coui'ty farm were in charge of Jiek Lucas, assistant farm sunerinten- . . To Be Held Tomorrow A veteran of World War One rags had been employed bv Ihe e"™ fCr more lha " « -'" e tarted as a newspaper carrier. He d «'a > s l , I " i * 1 "- f ° r ab °" t a Survivors lnclud" f 'two sons Jack James Chi;i,olm. both of der S ,^,f^rr m™i c^nde'd c ™ '^ '" T^ *"** Z^T^^^^^ SScS-Jl^YiSUi"^ thet IE i r"~ * ~ d « ""- I § SrP-- cSo,m' 5 sislance. j tomorrow at Cobb Chapel, uv the < f, etro 't. Mich., and three 5 r te ,. s rt^.. T- .t^TF--i... , .__.' i i\TrJ: I'lnll.. ^x_u. - _ LS.IO, sisfance. With Slate Police aidin? utheast ,._.. „. ...^i ^.". n<iu ujiL-e sifters Rev. E. T.Kclly, ixistor of Full Cos- \ ™ rs - Dellil Osbarne ot Flint ,M' h' • — |Mr ' s - A '»"e Sanford of P/ n V-,'" with the search, lie said that at I pcl Tabe: 'nac!e. , u ,„ ,.;,„,-„, least 20 officers partirinated at one ! Mr ' Chisholm. salesman and cierk j u . allf -' aml Mrs. Willie Miller of'Ban- tioic or iinollier. He estimated that i m -'eyral Blytlieville stores, had New Electrical Union Forced to Get New Name PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 10_«>,_ The CIO's new electrical workers inion was restrained by court order yesterday from using the initials. •UE." to identify itself. U S. District Judge Guy K. Bard granted thc preliminary Injunction ought by Albert E. FiU R eraId, pre- Ident of thc United Electrical Wor- :er.s Union kicked out of the CIO. The old union brands itself with 'UK" initials. In its place, the CIO organized he InlernalioniU union of Electri- -al Workers and called it.sclf thc That's perfectly okay. Judge Bard uled. Fitzgerald had sought to bar that tasr also. In an opinion, the jurist sairt there is no evidence that the fUE has "in any way attempted to infringe upon or compete unfarilv with United (UE) by using or claiming the use of any insignia or pec live parents. Mrs. Vernon Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. j. A. Hayden. Mr. and Mrs. Ertwin Robertson of Lllborn, Mo., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs _ C. A. Robertson. Mr. and Mrs, Dean VIck and Clnlriren. John and Sonja, visited in the home o! their brother and sster-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vick. of Dccring Sunday. nipped in nt least two cities School officials here disclosed the Soviet Information Biiltelin a more ttnn 50 volunteers joined in the search and suwted that the number m'ehi have been larger. Feeling ran hreh against thc Ne- CTD nair early in (he night, but the been in Humboldt, Tenn., where he on ( iclin a era ralr early in (he night, but the paper magazine givinz a rosy sheriff this morning sairt that he te -- -- piciute or the Soviet way of life was mailed to city hit'h schiHH libraries at the beginning of the fall term. Tiie copies were impounded At Springfield. Mass.. Superin- . ikn, ui LJtcrnig ountinv «jvj)i*u*n miifj] 11. tiian- Verlon Davis, an ar t stltrtcnt at wc " shi|1 announced he |, a d ordered Stale Teachers College at Caue i flt 's<ruction of "propnaanda Girarriemi M/» *,*—. .i._ . . : numazmes" snnf h,- IK« Tj,. r ^i^.. ( ende : ^ot"gchoo^^n «! wl.S^ ^ """* ° f "" ra ^ did not rmiciiiiUe anv trouble. Aetiii e Marshal Named , Horace I.inrlsey was serving last nieht anci todav as act-ng marshal I.uxora taking over scon after p.m. Sunday. A sister of Mr. McDaniel, Miss Edith McDaniel. Luxora, and a brother, C. W. McDanlcl, Blytheville. were today. him In Memphis Girardeau, Mo., spent the weekend "'In his parents. Mr. ami Mrs r. L, Davis. Dr. anri spent Wednesday Tn"Blythevile" Mrs. Wyman Dilhnan. who rec- Hospitnl in Mcm- mngazlncs" sent by the Russian embassy to school 'libraries there •Schools in other Massachusetts Mrs. John R. Pinion (communities also have reported re- ided. Mrs. McDaniel is survived by her husband: her mother, Mrs. Laura j Clark; and a sister. Mrs. Arthur • Mtintz, both of Osccola. The couple ! had no children. j Funeral services for Mr?. McDaniel will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Luxora Methodist of Interest Incluriinn rur ?'!!. rrtl bv thc |rastor ' !he Rcv > H. L. luum, cur- I Robispi). nurial will br in the Alaple lor nrove Cemetery in Blytheville. The j hidy will lie in slate in the Swift Funeral Hume in Osceola until 1 I ceiling ihe material. Item rent newspapers. 1CIO years in a stainle.«: xandrin, Va. FOR SALE Cuncrc-tt culverts 12 inch tu 4i inch plain DI reeti forced Alsc* (,'iinrrctr KuilUuig Hlorkj cheap er than hiinhpr tnr liarns chfrkcn hoii.sp-s pump housrs tenam liouscs tool shnis \\f dclivei (;aTl uj- fn» free esltmate . , Phone 691 OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO Continuous Shows j Box Office Opens 1 :45 | Show Slarls 2:00 i 10:00 a.m. l^:4s p , ni . 1:30 ( LISTEN TO KI.CN j Saltirday Law of the Golden West with MONTE HAt.E Scrlil "WIM Bill Hlckok" No. II and Shnrt Conl. Showing Saturday 12:30-11:30 cHciiRis • Where Christ and Christians Meet —~ ~ Foy E. Wallace, Jr. of OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. in GOSPEL MEETING Dec. 1] to 18 SEUYICKS: lOrtl) Sunday Morning 7:30 .Nic H. F. SHARP—LOCAL EVANGELIST You Are Cordially Invited to Attend And For CHRISTMAS Laurel roping for your doors . I! Evergreen sways with "Candy Canes" ... Bells for your doors. ... Indoor wreathes for picture windows. Visit our greenhouse and flower shop and see the blooming | Christmas plants. Dish Gar- I dens ... Poinsettias by the hun- j dreds . . . Totum Poles . . . Cop- g Per and Brass Articles for gifts | that last... colored candles for | table pieces and many noveU ~ ties. HEATON'S HOME OF FLOWERS I 200 E. Davis Phone 549 Sunday and Monday THE COMMANDS* WALTER PIDGEON TH[ CO PEIER PICTURE! ETHEL PRO ^ JANET LEIGH ,,i. LOUIS CALHERN FRANCIS L. SULLIVAN St.sen p;>rt|CIN« KAUS IM JNTHU^ «|VP(«IS . BntJ an llif Ha,,t b r l ru(- , „„„,„, taliniCEORGESIONEY-M^V, CAREY WILSON A MtTRO-SOtDy.^^^, w". t Paramount News & Selcctetl Shorts Continuous Showing Friday "ing, Calif Cen^v"'" bC "' D ° S ^ R '"^ Show Starts 7:0fl Box OHicc Opens 6:45 Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday •M> passes honored on Suncl»T >t • The ROX? Saturday Quick on the Trigger Serial— STARRETT nn.e., nrnthcrs Xn. I and Short <-<">(. Shon-ln; Satunlajr 12:30-I1:,1« Sunday & Monday -K FEATURE IDUUP1NO-COBNEI WILDE EUSTEHOLM-RlclAROWIDMARK Foi Conl. Sliowlns Sim. 1:SO-11:0«

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