The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 14, 1949 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 14, 1949
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MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1910 Society A/ewA BLYTHKV1U.K 'ARK.) COURIER NEWS Amelia Saliba, Sociely Editor J Phone 4461 Biytheville Couples Organize 'Variety Club* Blylhevlllc's newest supper club fas organized Saturday night when lie 38 members gathered at Ihe pcdars Club for the first meeting. The group, to be known as the I'arlety d!ib will meet once each |>ionth at the Cedars Club for a upper and dance. Oficers elected include Mrs. James |>'eb!ml, president, Mis, Joe T. rlughes, vice president; Mrs. nay H. Johnston, secretary; and William Ivyatl, treasurer. Members of the lommlltce submitting the coiwtll- lition nnd by-laws for the club were Tilrs. Spencer Alexander, Ramon [Morion and Jack Rawlings. Hosts and hostesses for the dance [Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs. Villiam Greshman ajid Mr. and Mrs rlarry Gray, who carried out » color fcchcme of green and while In VeepliiR with the approaching St. Patrick's Day holiday. Yellow rtaf- odils were arranged throughout lie club rooms. J. D. C. Members Guests Mrs. Gean Atkinson _ Mrs. Gean Atkinson entertained •30 members ot United Daughters of 'he Confederacy and fcue-st.s with a ea at her home at 910 West Chick- jjawba, from 4 to 5 p.m. Saturday. Quest.; ivere greeted by Mrs. Enid Grmi. Mrs, W. J. Dcnlon and .--vs. A. M. R. Branson, who assist id Mra. Atkinson with the tea. • Mrs. James B. Clark presided over • the refreshment table which was • overlaid with a linen cloth and I centered with a .silver bowl filled I with multicolored sprinp floK-er.s. I The centerpiece was flanked with lyellow tapers. I Ouj of town members attending • were Mrs. Thomas Hudson. Mrs. E. IR. Bogan and Mrs. O. B. Woods, all I of Luxora. I Guests included Mrs. C. L. Mc- I Waters. Mis. F. F,. Ucle.y and Mrs I C, P, Ranibo, as well as UDC mcin- I bers. J District Club Group [Elects in Forrest City Mrs. George M, Lee of Blylhe- Ivllle, was re-elected treasurer of the [Forrest City District Woman's Club In a meeting of the group held Wednesday in Forrest City, f Several Biytheville women, h eluding Mrs. Lee. Mrs. J. V. Dates, Mrs Jenny Walker, Mr.s. E. P. Bio meycr and Mrs. W. S. Johnston, at- I tended the meeting. Mr.s. Lee scrv- I ed on the courtesy committee and I Mrs. Johnston on the nominating I committee. Other officers elected at the meet- I Ing are Mrs. I. T. Hill of Imboden I president. Mrs. J. E. Butler of For- 1 rest City, vice president and Mrs. I P. O. Gwyn of Osceola, secretary. I Mrs. Blomeyer, who has been I serving as chairman of arts for the 1 district, displayed art work from Biytheville and other cities In the district at the meeting • • • Biytheville Man Claims Bride in Washington, D. C. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss June Elizabeth Forsylhe. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Fnrsythe of Gardiner. Maine .to John S. Essary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Essary of Biytheville. The ceremony was solemnized at 3:00 o'clock In Ihe afternoon of Feb. 4, at Boiling Field Airbase Chapel, Washington, D.C.. with Chaplain Albert Kornell reading the double rins rites Mr. and Mrs. Essary are making s their home in Washington, where ^yie Is connected with the State Department, and he is with the Base Theatre. Mr., Mrs. Robert McGhee Give Birthday Party Mrs. Ira Gabies and Lawson Kn- derson were complimented Thursdav night with a surprise birthday party Riven at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGhee at Burdcltc. Mrs. Endcrson entertained seven guest* at her home for dinner, and Inter thr group went to the Ifc- Ghce home where 40 friends had gathered for a surprise party. Games were played during the evening, with prizes won by Mrs Melvln Jarrctt and Joe Dunniven Refreihments. featuring a large white birthday take, were served. March Bride Mr.s. Ralph Kcenon Is the former Miss Bobbie Jean Pankcy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert pankry. Her marriage to Mr. Kcenon was solemonizcd Saturday. March 5. at the home of the Rev. P. H. Bclew in Biytheville. Bits of News Women's Club lo Hold Benefit Bridge Party Funds lor redecorating their club house will be sought, by members of the Biytheville Women's club when they entertain Thursday afternoon with a benefit, bridge" and rook paity The allair, to be Riven at the clubhouse at 2 o'clock, will be » desert bridge and will carry out' the St. Patrick's Day theme. Mrs. Jesse M. White and Mrs. Allied Vise are chairmen in charge o( arangement.s, and Mrs. Buford Young is in charge oi tickets and reservation's. * • • Friday Nite Club Meets At BlankensKip Home Monya Bliinkenship entertained members ot the Friday Nite club nt the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankcnshlp, 309 East Kentucky, last week. Prizes in the games plnycd during the evening were won by Alice r Fay Frazicr nnd Rhonda Eaton, and ] the club was closed with a prayer by Dcnya Blallkcnship. Refreshments were served. Baptist Sunday School Class Guests at Party Members of Hie Fideli.s Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met Thursday night at th" home of Mr.s. Joe Waddy, with Mrs. G. V. Daws and Mrs. Lillle Sisk fts co-hostesses. The St. Patrick's Day theme was carried out in the decorations of the home and the refreshment table, from which the covered disli supper was served. Mrs. Nell Gordon presented tho devotional, and Mrs. w. E. Wade, president, was in charge of the bus-' se.ssion. Later in the evening games were played. Eighteen members, including one new member, Mrs. J. M. Cleveland, were present. Lake Street Methodists Hear Rev. E. B. Williams Special "Week of Dedication" services got underway at Ihe Lake Street Methodist Church last nifht. and will continue through this week. The services are being conducted by the Rev. E. B. Williams, district superintendent of the church's Jonesboro District and formerly a pastor of the First Methodist Church here. The pastor, the Rev. Theron McKisson. said Hint members and guests were being asked to attend all the services. Missco Training School Students Hear TB Talk Mr.s. C .o. Rcdmnn. executive secretary oi -he Mississippi County ! 'tuberculosis Association, gave a [ lecture to high school students of the Mississippi county Training School at Armorel Thursday. In connection with her talk. Mrs. Redman showed b film, "This Is Tuberculosis." Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips left Ihls morning tor Hoi Springs where tliey will attend a Ford dealer's meeting. Dr. Prank Smith left this niorn- IIIR for Pcorla, III. where he will spend several weeks as guest of his son, Veil Smith, and Mrs. Smith, before returning to his home In Nebraska City, nnd Omaha, Neb. Dr. Smith has been lhc nucsl here for several weeks of his daughter, -Mrs. n. F. Klrshncr, mid Mr. Kirshncr. Adolphe Helnlckf Is 111 at Mem- Phis Biuittst Hospilal, Mrs. Hcin- icke Is with him. and her brother, Jim Crafton, and Mrs. Cralton sjient Saturday there. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Alexander and son. Michael Phillips Alexander of Memphis, n'here the weekend guests nf her parents. Mr, and Mr.s. Russell Phillips. Miss Amelia Salibn. society editor of the Courier News, Is 111 nl her home. 213 Dougan. Mrs. Wyati Henley had us her weekend KUO^I.I. hr?r daughter, Mrs. Ashley Haddick. and her Ki.inri- daushtcr. jan| UP . fiadclick of ut- tlft Rock. They accompanied Mrs A. B. Fail-field of Lfdle Rock, who spent the weekend her with her son, Albert Fatrflcld. and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dtnton. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shlblty arc in Memphis today where she will undergo « checkup at Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Shtbley Is recuperating from Injuries received In an automobile accident two weeks ago. Mr.s. E. B. Thomas, Miss Jane McAdams nnd Thomas Miller spent Saturday in Memphis, Mrs. Cornelius Modtnger Is spending today in Memphis. Mr.s. Doris Morehead. formerly of Blylheville, who has been in California for Ihe pnst six month* with her mother, spent two day.s here last week as guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. L, Homer and Mr. and MM. L. E. old. Mrs. Morehead was en route to Pauley's Island. S.C.. where she will do research work for a textile mill. Mr.s. John Smolhermon is spending three weeks In Hlckman. Ky., as guest of her sister. MLss Lyd Moore, snd other relatives. Mrs U.S. Branson returned Friday night Irom Newport, where .shr • spent a week with her daughter, j Mr.s. Walter Heard and fnmily. Mr. and Mr.s. Heard are the parents -it a daughter, born Feb. 2fl. whom they have named Maurine Branson Heard. They also have tivo other daughters. George Ann and Virginia Lyi'ctte. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Gardner *f Pavagould. spent yesterday here ,« guests of Mr. and Mr.s. Marcus Evi-ard, and of their son, Robert Gardner Jr.. who i.s employed here p.t the Veterans' Employment Office. John "Buieh" Smolhermon, «m of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Smolher- mon, i.s visiting In Pnragould as guest of his uncle «nd aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lind.;ey. and thel<- daughter, Linda Joy Lindsay Mrs. w. B. Hunter of Long Beach Cnlif.. h£s arrived to spend a mon'.h here as guest of her daughter, Mra. E. !3. Gc», and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Dill of W»- basha, Minn., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Li til*, en route to their home from Florida. Mr. and'Mr.s. Jim Paden Austin arc the parents of n daughter born March lo at Walls Hospital. Their second child, Ihe baby has been named Linda Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Austin have » son, Roy Wayne, who w 'hrce. Mr.s. Austin Is the former MlM Dorothy Ross of Luxora. Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Smolher- mon spent the weekend In Hi Springs. Condition of Mr.s. R. N. Hill, w Is unt.crgoinK treatment at Bl'ytl ville Hospital, i.s improved. Mrs. H. H. Molt of Dallas, Tex; is visiting here as of Mr a Mrs. C. w. Afflick. Mrs. Necly Young and cllildn Neely jr.. and Courchill Bu Young, of Danville, Va., are guc; of Mrs. Young's parents. Mr. a Hot wh 1 x K •u Officers' Group at D.A.R, Convention 1 { '«!(. •• < ""y.^K*,*! t' . • \ {'**'& ( PAGE rrvr Musician, Native Of Yugoslavia, to Sing Here Tonight Mnrko Rothmullei, * popular r«- cltalM «f lendinj! European oper» companies, will be presented at S «clock loiilnht by the Biytheville Civic Musk- Association, In a concert nt Ihe Max Theater. Mr. Ruliuuuller, a baritone, Is * unlive of Yueoslavia, and has been here since 1D41 and made his debut nl Town Hall in mid-January thla year. Mr. nolhmullcr will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Rosenthal and Dr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Vise »t the recreational rooms of the Temple Israel, nt a recepllon given in his honor Hflcr lhc concert Mr, nothmuller's lour Is' soon- sored by the Civic Music Assocl.- IWii .and Is the fourth artist lo b« brought to filyllievllle under the auspices of the fllylhrvllle Ch-lc Music A.ssiiclallon, formed late last S't'iu. 14 Schools Plan Parts in District Choral Festival Dnlloii C. Fowi.ston. who Im.s i )( >en nruned KS chairman of Ihe N'orlh- east Arknnsus Choral Festival by Mrs. Wilson Henry, president ol the .stale asfodntion, hns announced that 14 schools will participate in (he Nortl'enst District Festival to be held March 22 In Jonesboio. PardclpAlliii; schools include niy- thevllle. Newport. Cherry Valley Walnut Rldse, Luxora Sh.-nvnec. L<i-' panlo, Monellc. Parkin, Slnlc Hish School. Bono, Jonesbom Junior Hljh School, Jonesboro Senior Hi^ii School and Marked Tree. Hosts for llin festival will lie Ihe music department of Arkansas Slalc, College. Jonesboro, with Dr. Mannr W. 7,. Fletcher nnd j. B. Iji.ster, as committee chairman. C. E. Mr-Means, director of music al North Little Rock, festival chair, man lor Ihe stnte, will be guest conductor and adjudicator. Tile district festivals, which were discontinued during the war are lust being resumed, aim having the schools work under a idlest conductor and adjudicator before going lo the state festival, Emphasis i.s placed on ihe fact that the festivals are held primarily lo help the groups u , their choral work, and not us n cou- le.n lo judge which group sings the belter. Mr. McMeaiM slso lifts .slnl- ed that efforU are being made to arrange Ihe slaT« festival program .so that emphasis will be on th? rehearsal; nnd not on adjudication. —<'inirlfr N'fwa IMiulu Stale offk'i-rs of Ihe Daughters of III,. American Hcvoiulion who served during Ihe convci.llou here Friday «.,,| SiUurdny arc slu.svn above with Mrs. Charles R. Penu of HlMhnllle, Slmwnce HiMrict dlrt-clor and one of Ihe hostesses lo Ihe meelln,. She Is stamilu, at the extreme rlghi. others In the photograph are: tlefl lo riBht) sealed -Mrs. Alexander Weir, retiring recm-mn K secrelary; Mrs. Dnlrri M Hires, credcnllul, rommltlee chalnnnn; Mis. Marlln L, aigmond B ,,d Miss Marie U.,yd, nnllonal vlrc regent; sli.n.llii 8 --Mr*.. l«m« N 1'Vax.ier. stale vice regnit; Mr,. Hnrohl Weaver, lilnlorlan- Mr, Joe W. Cooper, iellrln s registrar; Mrs. II. i|. K.KMT. Wntnseka l>i-,(r,ct clhector; Mrs. Kdwnrd llrmvn. rctlrin K im.surer- Mrs Allen C,,x member of the t-rcdenllals com.nltico, nnd Mls . Frank Oerlg, «, U J Mrs. Churchill Buck. Mr. Mid Mrs. L. E. old have M their gurst his aunt, Mrs, W. T Old of Norfolk. Vn, Mrs. John O, Boalwrlghl of Dnn- vllle. Vn., will return home tomorrow after a brief visit with her daURhler. Mr.s. C. W. Afflick Jr and Mr. Afflick nt their home near Steele. ,\|o. . Mr.s. Jsmrs B. Clark. Mrs. O. W. Mccutchcn, Mrs. Roland orccn and Sally McCulchcn, left this morning- for Litllt Rock, where they will attend (he Annual Stntc Assembly of the DauRhlers of the American Colonists, to be held nt Hotel Mnr- lon tomorrow. Mrs. H. W. Wylie • nd daughter, Dora Bernlce, will Join them (here tomorrow, and they all will return here tomorrow nighl. Mrs J. w. Blvthc Is spending n weelc In Memphis wtlh her son. H. T. Blythe anrl family. Condition of Ilenrd Wylic. daiigh- ler of Mr. and Mr.s. n. W. Wyllc. who is ill nl Memphis Kar. Nose and Throat Hospital, Is much Improved. Mrs, D. F. K]!iotl of Jnncsboro. rrtnrntd home Saturday after a visit of several days here as siiesl of Mr. «nd Mrs. Floyd Harnlson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Horace Coffer of Trimble. Trim., visited friends here briefly last night enroute home after n weekend visit in Osccola as guests of her brother. Ira Wright and family. Mrs. Coffer is the former Miss Era Wright of Biytheville Ul« •nlf •, rfl T *cr«4 Sue's Beauty Shop 310 Dougan St. announces Miss Eudora Farris Brooks (•nulunte of Vogue Heauly Academy, Cliitaso Is Now Employed by Us As a Specialist in PERMANENT WAVING, SHAPING AND HAIR STYLING All Types lioMuly W« lri al Popular Prices 0|>er;ilors: Sue Francis Eudora IJrooks I'hnne 2910 Coming Events Social Calendar Mnnrtny Circle Four nf the Women's Auxiliary of Firsl Presbyterian church will meel lonluhl. g o'clock, at, home of Mrs. Walter Dfty. Business Women's circle of First liui Church will meel lo- nlghl. 8 o'clock, with Mrs. Hays Surndley. The Mississippi Count v Sub-nlst- rlet of Hie Methodist Youth Fellow- Tnesilay The nushiess Women's Circle Seven of the First Bnpllst Church will meet with nr. Eitnn Nles. Club Eifiht will be entertnlilcd at the home n[ Mrs. .Jess White. Mrs. Hunter Sims jr. will be hostess to the I.n Nucvc club. Mrs. .Jesse Taylor will entertain the Tuesday Hrldne club. The I,a Petite Club will be en- terlalncd «t llic home of Mr.s. j. p. Monliiminn. Mrs. Jiunes C. Ollnrd will br hostess lo the Trl-Town Bridge Club. The Gnsucll Bnpllst W. M. U. will inert nl (he church, 7:30 p.m. Alphn Beta Chapter of Kpsllon Kiiiinn Alplm are linvlris nn Invitational diuicc al Ixmiile's Chlb al 8:30 p ni. Alpha Alphn Chapter nl Bcla Simnn Phi will meel at hnme of Miss Bnrbnrn Child. -f.W p.m. ^VednMdn v Alpha Dclln chnpler of Beta Sigma Phi will meet with Mrs. J. N. Day, 19'24 Hearn. 2:3o p.m. Mrs. Roland Wurriiifiton will entertain the L. K. \f/. club members .-it \ici Jioinc. Thnrsilay Mrs. I?. A. Couelnnd will be hostess to the Blylheville Rook Club. Mrs. John douse will entcrinln the Avalon Bunco club. 'ITip o. N, D. Chlb will be enler- GO/ NeW Treatment • Gets Real Results r>nn'( l*:y<i<irrMldimir#r (he lormer.1 r,f fm- Wftrrrn! C,rl Jayn* 1 * r-W V«rmilug.. f-W» vilil In^irditnl il • mfdicjilly-jipiirr.vr'l rlrur lh>l «->rntiiir»i1y Antrvy, I'ln-Warnu «nd rrmovtj Ihfm trom the body. iiir\ily, <-»|,rriilly the emb*rrkMfn£ rrrltl ilrh. rhfn ilk your drURRiil for f-W, tliB tmM, rW-tn-IHkr lat'lcts perfprrcd by (he tjimnHH nv., inriyVin. Dcslroy Ihoic 1'in.Wor'mi.. . Itlir\f lime ilrh. Jutl R.m.r^k.,, r_\V J, I,, Hn.W.r^.,1 Phone Dlili THE WASHERETTE AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY M»in * Division at Crns-itown Date Hll<) S-T-R-E-T-C-H that D-O-L-L-A-R Mrs. Average Housewife 1313 Budget Street Biytheville. Arkansas I3mr Madam: Weekly Budset vs. High Cost of Living What you can save by using our service now, will help vou buy tho™ exit-as you warn. Thai new dress or hat. Or maybe new housrl old furnishings. Then too. it could be. that vacation you can't aflord \cl with a little cleverness you can make one dollar equal two ft takes so little effort to put your daily washable* into some convenient container and drop It by our way You go oul most cverv day any- ZiV° 'nM" 0t "J ake """ " me na - v ' Aml anothOT lhi »«- "Those clo hes will be ready for you in « lo 90 minutes, or if dried, in iwo or three hours. Yes. this Is a new service. Your clothes are washed n two separate wash waters. The first being warm soapy water, and Mil SCC °.', W<U ™ ° r hot * mm Wfucr as - v ™ d ' -s "-<'- Thrn mrrfV ,h''" Mp * va , le w » rm wat " ril »«- 33 «"»ls.. of water nre used In the process (or each machine lond. • 1Vf0 ,! nCR .!], PlACC , tllc ,f rloth , cs '» th -- machines, or we will do it for vou ' ' ™' "'«"* " nd M " hl P. S. KiRure the eost per pniinrl. Vnir can really save. 3Sr per niaclitnc load up to nine ixniiuls In each machine, AND you cnn dry those clothes for only Ihc price of lOc per machine load. (MRS. THELMA MATHENEY) Is our new manager. Your« truly. The Washcrelle. let Us Rebuild four Chevrolet Car.. . Make It New Again Easy Budget Terms Pay ai You Rid« nrand NKW (nnt rcbuill) MOTOR. NEW MODERN COLOR PAINT JOli NKW SEAT COVKRS. NKW T1RKS. NKW BATTKRY, NKW IIRAKK LININGS. Drive a car thai vou are prouil of, &«• ut ler in? Ayto Repiin or Genuin* CK«vr«l«< farH Ihjl TOU r,e«d. Phone 578 Sullivan-Nelson CHEVROLET CO. 30! West Walnul Mrs. Adkisson Is Named Head of Huffman WMS Mrs, R. L. Adki.sson u-n.s elected president of ihe Women* Missionary Society of Huffman Bapil.rt Church, al a meeting of the sioun held yesterday nfteinoon nt th« church. Other officers who will .serve wi'h her me Mr.s. Ixinule Moore, firs', vice prcfldcnt; Mrs. flex Hui'hc.s. second vice president.- and pingrani I'hairinnn. Mrs. Oeorge Perry, A-en- tnt.ny. Mrs. J. T. Walker, treii.siirfr- Mr.s. Hilly Ray, director of the Y'. W. A., and Miss Mary Lucy UCIMOII assistant director. MeetniB.s will be held each second nnd foiirlli Wednesday In the inoiilh, either nl Ihe church or M homes ol MU-IOU.S member.!. Nnll. nl Ihe home of Mrs. Bvron Mr.s. Dale Home will be hostess to the Thursday Rnc& Club. Mrs. Henry Humphreys will en- lerinln the Thmsdny C.'ontrucl Club. The T. N. Chlb will meet nt the home of Mr.s. o.ene Dickinson. Mr.s. A. O. Little will enlcrlaln members of the Thursday Club. The Mld-Week Club will meet «l the home of Mrs. j. I/,ui K Cherry. The Pntlifliulors C'lii.w of the First Methodlsl church will have their .sncUl merlliig al (lie chun-li, 7:30 p.m. Thursday The Pathfinders Class of Ihr First Melhoillsl Church will meet al Ihe chmrh for a covered dlili supper nt 7:30 p.m. l-'rldny The Past Mali-oil* anil Pnsl Patrons club will meet nl the Woman's club nl 7:,10 o'rlnck. for covered dish -supper. Hoslesses, Mrs. J. W. Adams Si-., mil) Mrs, w. A. Mrs. James C. Gunul will enler- tnln the Friday chlb mrinbrrs. BHS Six-Weeks Honor Roll Led By Jimmy Lowe Jimmy Ixiwc led IIIL- honor mil for Hlythevllle High Srhool for (he first six weeks ol Ihe socwid scmf.-tlcr, it w»s timloiinriMl today by W, D Tommey, hluh school prhu-li: Uharli's PilchiMd wus si'tcmd u Murueiy ifiil,' runki-d ililrd. Others immect cm Ihe honor roll for (In- pd-hicl Induclc Mtise Kirnon, IK'tty I.OKIHI, Moim Onlnefc. Vivian Jones. Hue Oi.sbiirn, Shirley Klnu. Hen John wi! .liii'klc Phillips, Kilward Pipkin, Ann Mr-Lend, Jlln Lilliua.shlre. Murray Smnrl, Mary Sue Hawkins, ClUlon Wlxon, .Shirley Mullen, Honny Rlnles, Hobby Oiibuin, Vivlnli -fay. lor, Maxhie 11111. Dirk Rclil. Bobble WlilsrnhniH. Charles Klnnlnnhiim, Vlvlnn Pallcrson, Delano McMlllen llctly Wiinten. Oiiinvllle Cooley, Nuthan Wa«|i narbitrn Johnson, ,f. u. RIRKK. KHIy Phinkell, Pal Regan, Mclbulhir Illll, Mrlba Piyor. Maxlnr Illpp, Irene McCooH. Guy GarrlBnn, Ruih Unle. I'emjy Freeman, Vance Owens Mary Hall, Honlta Slnnknid. Aliierl Palr- Ileld. Nimcy Slilvely, Dixie Hutton. Clinrles MrDnnlp] Those rrcelvlng hnnnnible mr>"- Itnn for lhc same |)r-ilod are: R. C. Allen, James Hell. Louise .Sulllvnti. Dlaiirm '/.ellar, Hobble Jenil Dnvls. Mary K. Ixickwood, Jo Ann 'I'lieschmyinn, Deiinle nyrinu, Helty l.ayson. June Stlres, Sully Triesch- mnnn, Clarice Maxwell, Beilv Ann Harber, Frank Wagner. Pally Bartholomew. Anitn Sykes. Alice Ann Alo.ilcy. Patsy Heshatse, Annie L. llnnper, lloseinnry Mtptinelmn. Mnry Dowdy. Donna Rue Ciore, Kmnm Hlanrhard, Mnry Jo Kalon, Palsy Pope. Nancy Daiium. Clovls Onr- How To Relieve Bronchitis (-KoiiHihiniiic!Icvci|>raniiulyhtc>ii4e il goes riRln 10 ihr leal of ihe (rouble 10 Kcl|> loojcri ami expel utrm lidcn plilcKm anil «K| tuiiirf in joollie mil ntal raw, t^ntlcr, inHjinccI bromhijl 10 «ll yon > l.ouir ol Creonilililnn wuli ilit undemanding\mi mm; likt III* »ty it quickly alljy, ||,c roiiRh iir you arc lo have j-our monty liarlt CREOMULSION «orCough$,ChistColdi,Bronchiti» Now see the value FORONIT $219.95 I B. Gee Sales Co., Inc. 117 South 2nd Phone 2026 At The Hospitals Hlythrvllle niwplial Ralph Cnwldy. Huffman. '•any Wayne Atiam.s, Armorel. Mr.s. J. a. KlIU jr., nnd baby, cllv Odell llensou, city. V. K. Tomllnson. city. L \V. Cnouer, city. Din-barn Kny I'arrlsli, Cooler, Kfo. •»>nn Ktlnson, RIvcs, Mo. Tuylm 1 Lavtun, city A, W, Wallace, city. Cecil null, Osccola. Walls Hospital Mr.s, Niinnle liobdny, city. Mrs. I'liui Mae Klllabrew, city. Mrs. j. i>. Austin n nd baby, city. Ciiiy 't'unsll. Stcelc. Mo. t'ciigy Klpliln, Dccrlng, Mo. , Mrs. Justin Jones, city. "j _^ cllll > l'«* KI"B. Stwle, Mo, nelt, Hetty Knlpplf. Carol Aim Halley, Alan Berry, Cnnilyii l.lnl/.enlch. Howell Boyd, Vclma Shiu-p, Ruth McKLsson, Jerry Berry. Larry Williams, Johnny Wilson, Hex Lovcll, Ramona Cmf- lon, Hobble l-'nyc Michael, N»nc» llnnilllon, Christine Ausllii, Rcb« fiensley, Donna Hohnnnon, Pat nurks. Hunter Ashmore, Ch»rH» Hrlknap, Jimmy Qcssetl, Mary A. liolierscni, Miulhu Nichols, J»rn C'uulU'r, Alciln Freeman. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 MSTKN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p . m . 4.30 p.,^. Last Time Today No Minor Vices witli flana Andrew! nml Mill Palmer 1 PammiMiiit Ncwn ,t Short > C'ntitltninus Showlnt Kveryriay Tui'silay Only Srlecltd Short Subjfcll fan 11 nun tin Shnwlnt Kveryrl»7 Coming ro the Ritz March M-30 .10AN OK ARC with Inerld Bcrjm»n »!»! .Jose Ferrer B«i Office Opens S:3B Shuw 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:OU; St»rU 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & SUB. Bartaln Nlghl Kvrrj Nljhl Kxcepl Saturday No passes honored nn Sundi; *l Foil Theatre l.asl Time Today Copacabana ivilh Carmen .MiramU and Groiirho ,M,ir» 1'ns Movielnne News A; Short Tuesday anrl Wcrtnestlav IDOVRI.K KEATliRE)

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