The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 4, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 4, 1955
Page 5
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TUESDAT,, JANUARY 4, 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVfl HOLLYWOOD IB—A dance band*, played wedding music when Jack Philbln, executive producer of the Jackie Qleason television show, and actress Jean Harris were married last night at the Bel-Air Hotel. Superior Judge Stanley Mosk performed the civil ceremony, with Gleason serving as best man. The band played "That's A-Plenty" when the bride entered, and after the ceremony gave a barrel house rendition of "I Love You Truly" and "Who's Sorry Now." In thlt giant mixer the rolls ar« prepared Ready for shipment, rolls go to warehouse Actor Convicted On Driving Charge LAS' VEGAS. Nev. Wl — Actor John Barrymore Jr. must appear in court next Monday for sentencing after being convicted yesterday of reckless driving. .Maximum penalty would be a SSOO fine and six months in jail. He is at liberty on 8300 bail. The officer who arrested Barry- These trucks carry Meyers rolls to all parts of Mid-West Meyers Bakery Sends Products Far and Wide (Continued from Page 1) (Mr. Watson put it, "when we op-ij»- Meyers Bakery is one of the city's largest Industries. At peak production It furnishes employment to approximately 165 men and women and boasts a weekly payroll in excess of $6,000. THE BAKERY here is one of nine operated in Arkansas by Charles Meyers, who, according to Mr. 'Watson, started out in Little Rock 41 years ago with "a bucket of lard, a sack of flour and lots,of intestinal fortitude." And it Is one of two brown-and- serve bakeries operated by Meyers in the state. The other is at Hone which services bakeries, both chain and independent, in the south and southwest. The bakery here is equipped with the mc*t modern machinery in the baking industry and the way it turns out rolls would make any housewife's heart jump with glee. The bakery has a capacity of 3,600 dozen rolls an hour and, as erate, we operate^at full capacity." ^ , vm [gmi ^ n)gh THE BAKERY HANDLES its by two hunlers ' own shipping, operatins a fleet of! Sheriff John C. Ward said Irani four trailer trucks for the long | A 8 ee ' 8 ^ and hel ' sister. Mary, 6, hauls and two smaller auxiliary trucks to handle the customers closer to Blytheville. The firm sells to other bakeries only and even though the plant is located here, rolls sold locally go through lot of travel before reaching the shelves of Blytheville's groceries. They are taken to Meyer's Jonesboro bakery which services all retail outlets in this area, then returned here for retail sale. Bodies of Missing Girls Are Found BECKLEY. W. Va. Ufl — The bodies of two schoolgirls, last seen In the remote, heavily wooded area near their Egeria, W. Va., home were found about miles from their home. He said they apparently had died from exposure. About 25 feet away were their coats, head scarves, lunch kits and two letters they had picked up at the post office on their way home from school. Organized searches had been conducted in the mountainous area for several weeks. MRS. G. HARTMAN, Washington, D. C., says: "St. Josfph Alpine For Children is so easy to give. My child likes the oringe fl*»or. I'm sure ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN Only $125 I Week New Year Special! STOCK IS LIMITED CALL OR WRITE NOW! LIMITED TIME ONLY Rebuilt SINGER • FREE Home Demonstration Within 150-Mite Radius! $0095 29 New • New Carry- • New 5-Spced • Bobbin Motor Ins Case! foot Control Winder! FREE! $4.95 PINKING SHEARS With Each Purchase Write or Call Wollner's NECCHI-ELNA SEWING CENTER 36 N. Clfivclird Phone Sfi-(i">sn NECCHI-ELNA SEWING CENTER 3G North Cleveland, Memphis', Trim. I would like a FREE home demonstration on the above sewing machine. Xnine Address Cllv si:.'- Read Courier News Classified Ads. What? No Wedding March Mambo? Read Courier News Classified Ads, more Dec. 22 said he ran over a pedestrian traffic isle and was weaving in heavy traffic. Barrymore denied the charge. 7th AF Reactivated TOKYO Ufl — Advance headquarters of the newly reactivated U. S. 7th Air Force will be set up on Guam tomorrow, the Air Force announced here today. The 7th, with Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort , pleasant aUiaJJue (noD-actd) powder, holds falM te«tb more Ormly. To eat ftnd talk In more comfort, just eprlnkle a little FAfi- ic£7rn on your plat«e. No gummy, rcoer. pasty taste or feeling. Check* plate odor" {denture breath). Qet PA8TEETH ftt koy drug counter. headquarters at Wheeler Air Forc« Base, Hawaii, was inactivated after World War n, when It served throughout the Pacific. Brazil, Haiti and Mexico one* were empires. Croupy Coughs* DR. DRAKE78 brtng* <i«tefc, »oo*fc* fog relief (or ehlklrern'M croupr cough* of eoUi*. Btea*c4 relief mtmri* tvftk the wry flnrt *w«Jlow. 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