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SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1942 BIAT1IEVJLLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Auxiliary, 'First Presbyterian Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock, at church. Woman's Missionary Union, First •Baptist Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at Church. Circle One, Woman's Society of Christian Service, First Methodist j Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock, with I Mrs. C. G Redman; Circle, Two, | Mrs. W. H. Minyard; Circle Three, I Mrs. W. J. Pollard; Circle Four, I Mrs. Harry Kirby; Circle Five, Mrs. Marcus Evard; Circle Six, I Ms. Harvey Morris; Circle Seven, Mrs. Kavanuuy;h Francis. TUESDAY'S EVENTS •Mrs. Kavanaiigh Francis enter- |taining Double G Bridge Club. 'Mrs. Joe McClure having 400 Club. Tuesday Club meeting with Mrs. Dixie Crawford. Mrs. J. C. Drake entertaining Chatterbox Club. . WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS 'Mrs. A. G. Hall entertaining |Tuesday Contract Club. Delta Contract Club meeting v.lth Mrs. Hiram Wylie. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mr.s. G. Ei Keck entertaining I Thursday Contract Club. Triple Table Club meeting with | Mrs. W. B. Nally. Mrs. B. A. Lynch having Mid,Week Bridge Club. Announces Engagement IMiss Maunne Branson To Wed W. L. Heard Jr. 'Mr. and Mr.s. Uzzell Singelton [Branson announce the engaemenl of their daughter. Miss Maurine TJzzeli Branson, to Walter Lewis Heard Jr., of Malvern. son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis Heard, of [Newport. The wedding will be solemnized | in, early Summer. .MLss 'Branson, member of two I'prominent families in Mississippi County, is the »randdaughter of Ithc late Rev. A. M. R. Branson. She was graduated from the [local high school and Galloway College, Searcy. Formerly'associated with Holland and Taylor, lawyers, and the architect office of her father, she has been for the past Farewell Party Given On Courthouse Lawn Before Group Boards Bus OSCEOLA, Ark., April iH,-<Ap- proximately 300 members of their families, sweethearts and interested citizens gathered on the courthouse lawn at ti LI'dock Thursday morning for an informal farewell ceremony and band concert in honor of the 34- selectees from Osceola, KeLser and South Mississippi Coun- spccial bus for they were given ty who left by Jone.sboro where medical examination then to Little their training lor Miss Maurine Branson Francis Elaine Jaffe Betrothed To Officer year secretary Bant:. at l-'irst National 'Mr. -Heard WHS graduated from; [Newport High School made his home here in 1934 when he was manager of Noble Hotel. He is I associated- with the Aluminum Company of America at Malvern. 5 •» « * [ENTERTAIN B. T. u. I JUNIOR DEPARTMENT Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend cnter- jtained members of the Victory Baptist Training Union for 12 year 'old members of the Junior Department at a social at their home jlast night. Their son, R. A., is a | member cf the group. After games were played, cookies and drinks were served. Miss [Pauline Van Trcese is counsellor for the group. OSCEOLA, Ark., April 18—Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jaffo of Osceola announce the engagement of their daughter, Francis . Elaine Jaffe, to Lieut. Jack Lanier Goldenberg of Somerset. Ky. Miss Jaffe was graduated from Osceola High School in 1940. For the past two years she has attended Stephens College at Columbia, Mo., from which she will be araduated in May. Lieut. Goldenberg attended Somerset High School, graduating in 1937 after which he spent the Summer in Europe. He was graduated from the University of Kentucky at Lexington in 1941 with a E. S. degree in Com- W. W. Corbett Appointed Justice Of The Peace Scliool-Age Cooks Make Low-Cost Sunday Dinners BY MKS. GAYNOK MADDUX NEA Service Stall' Writer The schoolgirl wartime assistant homemaker must know how to turn low-cost meats into dishes good enough for Sunday dinner. SMOTHERED BEEF (Serves 4 to G) Three pounds chuck or round of beef, flour, salt, pepper, 2 medium onions, prepared mustard, 1 cup canned tomatoes. Have meat cut about 2 inches Rock to begin army service. The Osceola School Band under the direction of H. E. Daughcrty and grouped on the courthouse steps gave a program of military numbers followed by the national anthem as the men boarded the big bus. A brief message of encouragement and sincei'o appreciation on behalf of the town and county was expressed by Mayor Ben F. Butler. Cigarettes Issued C. G. iMiiehclltree presented the boys with cigarettes; employees of the courthouse and county agents' office had given then cigarettes and gum Wednesday afternoon. Members of the party were also guests of Everett R. Reid, manager of the Courthouse Cafe and commander of the Mack Gridcr Post American Legion, for breakfast at the cafe. The list leaving included Perry Medley, Homer U. McKasklc, Ray Morgan, Chester Catalena, Rowland Anders, James M. Elslander, Alton G. Proctor, Gordon Wiseman, P. A. Sanders, Ervin Hall, James C. Bowles, Rex Wcems, D. M. Blalock, Doiuil Woodrow Wade, George E. Ward, William P. Coleman, Rupel McCalla, Joe Williams, Herman TV Hood, James Claude Horton, Orgel Cozart, Ely Harrison, Harmon Wilson, Arthur llatchcl, Ewing Thomas, Fred N. McKenzic, Marcus Julius Wright, Eugene Morris Jr., Emory Wages, Louis iH. Haincs, former druggist at KeLser; Thclven McKincy, Earl E. McCallum, Claude Hogan, Elmer W. Kimberlin. Detained by Illness T. J. Fetzer, who was scheduled to .leave, was', unable to go on account of illness. Eight registrants of the Osceola Commilice Named At Meeting Here To Co-operate With County Agents Mississippi County chain store meeting with County Agents E. II. Burns and J. j. •Pickren at the Noble Hotel Thursday night organized a committee of managers to cooperate with the Agricultural Extension Service and other local organizations on nwt- ter.s pertaining, to .the civic, agricultural, and industrial betterment of Blytheville and Mississippi County. O. B. Moore, manager of Sterl- ( ing Store at Osceola, was made general chalrm.m of the group which will meet again in the very near future lo complete definite details in connection with the new .service. L. C. Bubor Assists L. C. Baber, director of the newly organized chain .store council, assisted svith the meeting, in commenting on the work of the state council he .said, "The purpose of the organisation is to coordinate the contributions of the . chain .stores into an effective plan to promote various types of civic and agricultural betterment." "One of the principal functions of the organi/ation," he said, "is agricultural marketing." He explained that chain stores arc now purchasing eighteen million dollars worth of material and supplies annually in Arkansas but thi.s amount, he said,"could be increased tremendously if an organized program were carried out." To Cooperate With Club •Definite plans were made for Large Group Attends Retreat Session Here Seventy delegates were registered last night in the opening session of the District intermediate Week End Retreat at First Methodist Church. The meeting opened with a banquet at the church followed by a worship service in charge of Miss Lucille Adams, Jone.sboro. Intermediates from Jone.sboro First Church who look part in the service wore Mary Jane Henderson, Betty Jean Henderson, Polly Ann Davis. Jamie Sue Rogers. Kutherliu: Varner. Mary Jo McLendon and Mi.ss Adams. Classes and other activities today and tonight will bo directed by the Rev. Ira Brumley. Conway; Mrs. C. B. Nelson. Jonesboro; the Rev. Donaghey Durun, Luxora; Miss Lucille Adams, Jonesboro; the Rev. J. S. Upton, Osceola; and Miss Blytheville. Communion Service for the will be conducted by the Rev. S. B. Wllford tomorrow morning at 7:30 o'clock. The delegates will attend thu regular church .school session. They will be special guests at the morning worship service of the church. An intermediate choir will provide the music for the morning service ol the church. After the noon meal the guests will return to their homes. CHURCH NEWS A Hood Baby Born Dead The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hood, ol Clear Lake, WILS dead at birth Thur.'-;chiy. The buby, named Wlllu Pay was burled c.stmlay. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHlillCH ttutcs Sturdy, pasior Church school, 9:50 a.m. Ivcrson Morris, superintendent. Morning worship, 1U:45 a.m. 'Mother and Home" will be Evun- it list Greer's subject. Junior League, G:15 p.m. Intermediate League, 7 p.m. Senior League, 7 p.m. Evening wonship, 8 p.m. '\No Room for Christ" will be Evangelist Greer's subject. A welcome awaits nny who dc- >lrc to place their membership in this church. There is a place in Sunday. School and Church worship for every one who will come. Your presence Is always appreciated. SECOND HAI'IIST CIIIJKCII . 18th and Main Streets II. Greum, minister Walton Kllburn, choir director S. S. officers' meeting, 0:45 a.m. Sunday school, 10 a.m. Raymond Bclkiwp, superintendent. Preaching, 11 u.m. J. H. Caldwell, associutlonal minister, Preaching, (I p.m., J. H. Caldwell. Baptizing, I) p.m. Evangelistic services, Monday night. H p.m., J, H. CfildwcU. Evangelistic services. Tuesday night. « p.m., J. 11. Culdwcll. Last night of Ihe revival Wednesday night^ i) p.m. Saturday Visitation Day, 10 a.m. Everybody is Invited to attend our revival services each night, 8 p.m. 'Mississippi County chain stores to cooperate in the 4-H Club Fat Calf Sale to be held at Wilson May 8 and 9 having bupcrs present to participate in the purchasing of anhnuls. Arrangements for marketing surplus production under the Food-for- Victory program wee also discussed. It was brought out that there is a great need locally for improved marketing i'txcllillCs for handling the increase volume of eggs and other similar products which farmers have produced in response to the governments call for more production to support the war effort. Other matters discussed were contributions to organize charity, the payroll allotment plan for purchasing war stamps and bonds, and the saving of waste now needed in the defense progrm. thick. Trim off some of the fat and try it out in a deep frying pan/or heavy kettle. Dredge meat merce. During his college years he! with flour and seasorT with salt was president of Gamma Tan Alpha fraternity. At present he is stationed in the Quartermaster Corps at Camp Lee, Va. The date for the wedding has not been announced. Miss Christine Turner Weds Lemuel L. Gates April CAKUTKERSVILLE. Mo., 118.—W. W. (Bill) I named by the County Court as Justice of the Peace for Lit tic I Prairie township to fill the uncx- Ipired term of J. D. Huffman, who 1 tendered his resignation. Walter Duncan is the other J.ustice of this city, having been appointed by the county court following tlie recent death of John W. Scott. Sunday Special CAFE Baked QliseRen with Currant Dressing Desert—FRESH STRAWBERRY SHORT CAKK WITH WHIPPED CREAM FRiED CBSCKEN a la Maryland SPECIAL DINNER ..fiOc REGULAR LUNCH . .40c TRY ONE OF OUR NEW ELECTRIC GRILLED STEAKS, THEY SIZZLE REISER, April 18.—Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Turner of Moro, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Christine Turner, of Keiser, to Lemuel L. Gates, also of KeLser, son of Mrs. David Gates of Lonoke. The ceremony was solemnized Saturday night in First Presbyterian Church. Forrest City. Tlie Rev. Mr. Cobb read the service before the immediate members of the two families. For the ceremony, the bride wore a Spring model of aqua blue with luggage tan and beige accessories and a shoulder corsage of orchids. A reception was given at the home of Jerc Gates, brother of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Gates follow- and pepper. Brown on both sides in hot fat. Remove meat and brown onions. Put meat back in pan, spread with prepared mustard, cover with onioiLs, and add tomatoes. Cover closely and .siiumer for about 1 1-2 hours or until "meat is tender. If liquid Is not thick enough to serve as gravy, thicken it with a little flour mixed with water. STUFFED POTATOES WITH LIVER (Serves 4) One-half pound beef liver, 4, or 5 large potatoes. 2 tablespoons butter, hot milk, 1 tablespoon minced onion, salt, pepper. Simmer liver in small amount of water until tender. Run through a food grinder or chop fine. Bake potatoes, cut slice from one side of each, and scoop out insides. Mash the' potato pulp, add 1 tablespoon butter, and enough hot milk to make of the consistency of ordinary mashed potatoies. Add onion and chopped liver, and season with salt and pepper. Beat well and refil potato shells office who were to leave are in other states and cities and were given transfers and have been inducted into service in their present locations. They were Carl S. Huffman at luka, Miss.; Raymond L. Hall, Santa Clara, Cal.; Fred L. Barnes, Birmingham, Ala.; Clarence L. Gleghorn, Mountain View, Ark.; T. P. Morris, Marked Tree; Cecil Overturff, Little Rock; Horace H. Brooks, 'Moulton, Ala.; lElbert T. Thompson. Amite, La.; It was stated by James L. Kent of the local selective service board that, 27 negroes will leave April 23; plans are being made for farewell ceremony for them. Coach Leslie Speck of Osceola High School will leave Monday Apr. 20, for Norfolk, Va., where he will be physical educational director in the U. S. Navy. iR. W. Reidy, pharmacist with the Siler Drug Company, will cave April 26 for Pensacola, Fla. where he will be pharmacist's mate n the U. S. Navy. The crowd enjoyed good-natured jokes at the expense of one rcgis- ,rant, Homer Usery McCaskle of Dyess who is six feet four inches ,all and weighs 350 pounds. Mis. R. F. Kirshner Heads State P.E.O. ing the wedding. with tnc mixture. Dot with but- Mr. Gates and his bride will tcr - Bake until thoroughly heated, make their home here. TOXCUE WITH SWUNG VEGETABLES (Serves 4 to fj) Four fresh Iamb tongues or 1 fresh veal tongue, 1 1-2 teaspoons salt, 4 carrots, -l onions, 1 pound new peas, 1-2 cup celery, 2 tablespoons butter, 2 tablespoons flour, 1 table-spoon Worcestershire sauce if desired. Cook tongue .slowly 2 hours Remove skin and roots. Place in deep pan with carrots and onions. Brown butter, add flour. Add ?> cups water in which tongue was cooked. Season with salt, pepper, and Worcestershire sauce, and, pour over tongue. OTIC and one-half cups canned tomatoes may be used in place'of some of water. Cover and bake 2 hours in slow oven (300 F.» Add peas in la,;t hour of baking Mrs. R. F. Kirshncr was elected president of the Arkansas State chapter. P. E. O. sisterhood, in a convention session last night at Russellvillc. She served as first vice president during the past year. Member of Chapter D. she was accompanied to the convention by Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs. Everett B. Gee. Mrs. W. D. McClurkin, Mrs. j J. A. Leech. Mrs. Ray Worthington and Mrs. James A. Overholscr. The activities of the United States Marines in the Caribbean j area have been closely related to j the foreign policy of the United 1 States there since 1898. Attention, Jaycees \Vc have made special arrangements to Furnish Corsages :uu! Hair-Do Flowers for the dances tonight and Saturday night. LET US HAVE YOUR ORDER EARLY PHONE 519 WE DELIVER! HEATON'S HOME OF FLOWERS Greenhouses and Flower Shop 200 Davis Avenue Coy Goodson Returns From Hawaii on (Continued from pajje I) That other civilians (here similar jobs also participated in Lhe active defense was recounted by Mr. Goodson who said that one -ship, on which a number of workers were employed, fled to sea to keep from being torpedoed and that most of the "crew" WILS civilian workers because of the large number of sailors on shore leave during the weekend. Bravery He said the government was M)TU|]RAN T CHURCH Sixth ana Wuhuit Streets J. KsslingiT, pustor Sunday services: 10 a.m. Regular service. Sermon text., John 10:1-5. 11 a.m. Sunday's sermon topic, "The Good Shepherd's Warning." Monday. 8:30 a.m. Day school sessions begin for the week, Thursday, 3:30 p.m. Sunday school teachers' training session. We preach "A changeless Christ for a changing world." Come and worship with us and receive Christ's blessings. FIRST rilKSllYTEIUAN CHURCH Missionary meetings, Thursday. You are invited to worship with us in these services, FIRST BAPTIST ClIUKCll Walnut and Eighth 0. J. (Jitastain, pastor Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Bible School, Russell Bnugh, superintendent. 10:40 a. m. Morning worship service. Anthem,."A Glad Prayer," by the ejioir. .Ladies' Trio. Sermon, "A Quickened People/' pastor, t 0:30 p. m. Baptist Training Union, Fred Carlock, director. 7:45 p. m. Evening worship service. Duet, "The Nearer, The Sweeter," Misses Smart and Mathis. Sermon, "A Revived People," pastor. Wednesday: 7 p. in., Officers and Teachers meeting. 7:30 p.m. Mid-week prayer service. «: 15 p. m. Choir rehearsal. BAPTIST CHAI'EI, 0:30 a. m. Preaching service. 10:30 a. in. Bible school, G. L. Abbott, superintendent. 6:30 p. m. Baptist Training Union, Georgo Ingram, director. CHRISTIAN SCIKNCI2 SIUtVll/BS Woman's Clubhouse, 1416 W. Main DOCTRINE OF ATONEMENT is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be rend in all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, April 19. 1942. The Golden Text Is: "Christ is not entered Into the holy places made with hands, which are tho of the true; but into heaven Theology Instructor To Address Group Here Dr. Lewis T. Corlett, dean of the Department of Religious Education and instructor in .theology aA, Bethany-Peniel College, Oklahoma City, will be Lhe special speaker at the "College Day" service tomorrow at the Church of the Nazarene, according to the Rev. Fletcher Spruce, pastor. Dr. Corlett, who is now touring the state, has been a^yotuh leader for the past 10 years, during which time he has been instrumental in training hundreds of young ministers, missionaries, and Christian workers. Before he was added to the staff of Bcthany-Pcnicl College, Dr. Corlett pastored a number of churches, his most recent charge being First Naxarenc Church, Dallas. Texas. He will not only come as a representative of the college, but will also bring an inspiring mcs-sayc in interest of American youth. He will speak tomorrow morning at 11 a.m. Bits of News Pemiscol Cannery Contracts For Crop CARUTHERSVTLLE. Mo., Apri 13.—Contracts have been completed among Pemlscct County farmer? for 350 acres of tomatoes for the canning factory which will operate in this city this Summer. Tlie contract price was 52 li cents per bushel for tomatoes that will produce Grade "C" or better. The factory will opcrattc- on the old Craddock Cannery site, and the committee in charge, of which A. B. Rhodes is chairman, said the government would cooperate in canning operations, and would reserve 30 per cent of the pack for government use. Miss Maurine Branson underwent a tonsillectomy this morning at Blytheville Hospital. Dr. and Mrs. Maja L. Skallcr, who have been vacationing at Miami Beach, Pig., for the past two weeks, will arrive home tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Tom W. Jackson and Mrs. Pearl Hires spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. Jackson underwent examination at Campbell's clinic while Mrs. Hires consulted a specialist. Mr.s. O. W. McCutchcn and family returned last night from Miami, Fla.. where they have spent the Winter. Annual Spring Revival Planned By Baptists Plans are being made lor the annual Spring revival of First Baptist Church which will begin Sunday, April 26, and the soul 'winning ,class which will be taught this coming week as preparation for the evangelistic meeting. The Rev. 0. J. Chastain, D. D., pastor, will preach at the services and the Rev. Norman Ferguson, religious director of First Baptist Church, Fort Smith, will be in charge of the song service. J. P. Friend will teach the book, •'Winning to Christ," at the soul winning class periods Monday, Tuesday, Thursday rind Friday of next week. The period will be from 7:30-8:30 o'clock. This class is sjwnsorcd by the Young People's Department of Baptist Training Union. honoring some of these for their acts of bravery. Life completely changed in the first week he was at Honolulu, he said. From a gay city with much night life, it became a darkencc city with activities ceasing at 01 p.m. The famous Waikikl beach was turned over to service and the Royal Hotel converted Into officers' quarters. No cars can travel after 8 p. m., and no one can be out on the streets after 9 o'clock when the curfew sounds. If you arc not at home, you spend the night where you arc. he said. Everybody curries a gns mask, even to the youngest child, but he rtft his there for the worker who would take his place. Food ScJircc, High Food is rationed and very expensive since the war started, he : said, with oleomargarine selling for GO cents a pound; eggs at 00 cents a dozen and average beef at CO cents per pound. However, quarters and board, at reasonable rates, are provided workmen of the Civil Service. Liquor is now rationed, after a brief "black "out." with very strict regulations, he said, and drinking only allowed in your home. People there are very serious now, he said, with "sleep, cat and work" as the chief activities. Civilian defense work has reached a high st:mdnr,d and the Red Cross has a fine set-up there, he said. Transferred To Knpinccrs After working at Pearl Harbor he was transferred from his temporary position with the Civil Service Department of the Navy to the U. S. Engineers Department for work on concentration camps in Hawaii for the Japanese. His work was very interesting, the pay good and he wouldn't have missed the experience of the past five months but he is happy to be with his family and at home, he said. On an indefinite furlough, he may return if he desires but lie- cause of the war cannot take his family with him as was originally planned when he accepted tiie position last Fall. Famiies of service men and civilians arc being brought from Hawaii to the United States because of crowded conditions there. Mrs. Goodson. the former Miss OIlic Bell Staicup. and their children, Winnie V.. seven, and Clifford, two. remained here. e.s A. Ovcrhol.scr, minister Church school, 9:46 a.m. Morning worship 11 a.m. Theme, "Unquestioning Dlsclpleshlp." The text, St. John 21:22, "Jesus suith unto him,...What Is that to thce? Follow thou Me." Young People's meeting 6:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Sermon subject: "Hannah, Who Knew the Way of Prayer." Midweek service Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. ' Choir practice Wednesday, 8:15 p.m. You urc cordially invited to attend the services and to have t part In the fellowship of thi church. Visitors in the. -city ' ar especially welcome. Itself, now to appear in the presence of God for us-." Hebrews 9:24. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the • following from the Bible: "Who his own self bare our sins in his wn body on the tree, that we, bong dead to sins, should live unto ighteotwncss; by whose stripes ye vcre healed." I Peter 2:24. The Lesson-Sermon also includes ,hc following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: 'We acknowledge Jesus' atonement is the evidence of divine, efficacious Love, unfolding man's unity with God through Christ Jesus the Way-shower;" p. 407. ST. STErilUN'S FJ'ISCOI'AL CHURCH Lay services at 11 o'clock. CHURCH /OF CHRIST VV. Main olT Iliphwiiy (il Oscar L. Iliiys, minister Bible study, 0:50 a. in. A clas. for every one. Come bring you, children. Preaching, 11 a. m. Subject "The Terror of the Lord." People's class, 7:30 p.m. Prrticlilng at 8 p. m. Subject "Theory and Practice." Ladies' Bible class Wednesday 2:30 o'clock. Wednesday. 8 p. m., Bible study and song practice. Every one is invited to all of these services. Come and bring your friends. CHURCH OF THE NAXARLNI; First and Sycamore Streets Fletcher Spruce, pastor Sunday School openings exercises, 9:45 a. m. Special feature; object lesson. Sermon by Dr. Lewis T. Cor- lcj.t. of Oklahoma City, 10:45 a.m. N. Y. P. S. meeting, 7:15 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Francis SmyUie, juistor 0:45 a.m. Teaching ^service, W. O. Geurin, superintendent; Russell Barham, assistant. 11 a.m. Church'worship service! Scrmon~" ; Tombs for the Living." 6:30 p.ni. Christian -Endeavor. 7:30 p.m. Church service. Sermon —"God's Awkward Squad."'-"" Monday—Women's Council meets at the Legion Hut for another Red Gross Se^'micit. more?- women^ are needed to" flnisit; the^projcck they have started. Wednesday—Mid-week church at 7:30 p.m. and choir practice at 8:15. Please be on time!' Thursday—Men's Dart Ball game at 7:30 p.m. .1 Friday—Young People's recreation night—come at 7:30 and play the usual games like table tennis and darts. Refreshments arc served. All arc welcome. Bernard Gooch will be at the organ again this Sunday. You are invited to come and share in the devotions and enjoy the music. Shirley Barham will play Sunday evening. • Major Emery "Swede" Larson of the U. S. Marines, until recently coach of the Navy's football team, enlisted in the Marine Corps before attending Annapolis and being commissioned an officer. For Original Beauty Creations — — Phone 2592 .Caldwell Beauty Shop First National Bank Building: ISTJOSEPH, ASPIRIN 'WORLD'S URCEST SELL£R AT IOC At The Hospitals Blylhcvillc Hospital Miss Maurine Branson, city, admitted. Walls Hospital Mrs. J. H. Mnnley. city, admitted. Mrs. W. R. Lemons, Keiscr, admitted. Beth Johnson, city, dismissed. Billy Lee Stewart, Holland, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital John Alien jMaynard, city, admitted. GOOD FOOD W GOOD SERVICE OLD FASHIONED REVIVAL Clinrlrs E. KtiflrT Dirrrlor • Old Hymns and Gospel Trcaching KLCN 5:00 p.m. Sundays 1320 Kilocycles. Continuous International Gospel Broadcast at the GOFF HOTEL! Morning, noon, and ni^ht we serve the best meals to be found in the city, at popular prices. Wm. S. DOLtiN, Prop. Table d'Hote Plate Lunches Chef's Specials, from — vServed Noon and Evening 35c GOFF HOTEL Your linens come back SNOWY WHITE . . . and h c ;i u t i t ully ironed when you send them to the Blytheville Steam Laundry. Why not phone us to pick up your laundry Monday? For Better Laundry and Dry Cleaning — PHONE — 418 Remember Our Certified Cold-Storage & Fumigation Plant, FOR YOUR PROTECTION STEAM LAUNDRY

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