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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 21, 1944
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•fAGE': TWO' ULYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS' . .Coming Events MONDAY' . Women's Auxiliary of. St. Stephen's Episcopal Churcli meeting, v.lth Mrs/J. D. McDowell,' 1130 p. m. • Women's- Missionary Union of First Baptist Church having circle meetings: Circle 1, Mrs. R, B. Van Hoosler: Circle 2, Mrs. U S. Henlsh: Circle 3, Mrs. W. W. Watfcu: Circle 4, Mrs. R, -A. CopeInnd: Circle 5, Mrs. H. W. Woolen. Women's Auxiliary of First Pres- foytcrla'ii church having all day meeting' for Home Mission,Study, 10:30 a. nu at church. Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church meeting nt church for study course on "Christianity and the Social Order" 2:30 p. in. Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church meeting at church, 2:30. p. m. Executive Board- of Woman's Council of First Christian, Church meeting with Mrs. L.'A. Moore,-2 p. m. T.UESDAY Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. Mrs. R. B. Stout entertaining Club Bight. , Mrs. J. Farrls McCalla entertaining Double 'G Club. Mrs.. Coleman Stevens enlcrlatn- ing La Neuve Club. WEDNESDAY * Town and Country Bridge Club meeting v>'ilh.Mrs.,C, C. Langston. Mrs. j. E. Stevenson Jr. entertaining A.D.C. Club. Chapter "D" of the P.E.O, meeting with Mrs*; Ray Worthlngton; Mrs. w.'.D. Chamblin entertaining THURSDAY- Octette iciub meeting wi'^ Mrs, Edwin Robinson. Mrs. H. H. Houchins entertaining Mill-Week club. Mrs. G. G. Caudill entertaining .Thursday.Contract Club. Miss Virginia Martin' having Thursday-Night Bridge Club. Mrs. E. B. Gee entertaining Thursday Limchcop Club. FRIDAY . Mrs. Norvlllc Humphrey, enter- tninmg G:N.B. club. Initial Club, meeting with Mrs W. C. Colston. Mrs, Paul Byriun enterlalnuiB^C B. C. Club. Miss Tiicker Honored At Shoy/er 'Yesterday. Mrs. H.' W. Wylle was hostess to 12 guests yesterday afternoon at her home on West Mnin Street when she entertained honoring Miss Lynetle Tucker, whose marriage to Ueut. Cecil R. Branson will hR solemnized Thursday afternoon nt First Baptist Church. The affair, a bridge party and handkerchief shower, was attended by Miss Tucker's most" Intimate friends, and by members of both her ami her fiance's family. While the younger members of ihe group; played bridge, the others spent a pleasant hour "visiting','. !-<ile in the afternoon the. hos-- !css served a salad, course, Miss Tucker was presented with a shower of handkerchiefs from (he guests and a gift of silver in her selected .pattern, from Mrs. Wylle. Miss-Jane Branson won high score in bridge. • Vases ,of roses were arranged throughout the entcrlainlnj rooms of the home. Rehearsal Supper Honors .'McIifeodjDay gri'cial Parly • Mrs. George W. McU-od and her I daughter; Mtsu Jane McLcod, entertained last nlglit''of their home on Holly Street with n rehearsal supper -honoring, Miss, Charlyn Mc- L\xxl and her fiance, Lieut. Donald If. Day, whose, marrlngc will be solemnized tomorrow afternoon at First, Methodist Church. Vnses of. variegated chrysanthemums were armligccl throughout the entertaining rooms o( ihc liouie 1 , while the buffet supper was tervcd from the dining lable which wos centered with n crystal bowl of rosebuds. •£'>!'! S-supper, the party weiil to the church • for thc wedding re' !»r.':al. Mrs. James Kslnndcr of Driver WHS an out-of-town guest. Luncheon Given Thurclay Hoses formed the,centerpiece for Ihe luncheon (able Thursday nflcr- noon'when Mrs. C. W. Affllck entertained members of Die Thursday Luncheon Club for their lirsl par- ly of the ,Fall season. Also guests of; Mrs. Afflick ..(or luncheon nnd bridge were, Mrs, James H. Bull, Mrs, w. J. Wunderllch and Mrs. W. Carl Phillips of .Duller, Pa., house- sucst of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Following luncheon • bridge was played, with defense stamps awarded,as prizes to Mrs. Bell for high score and to Mrs. E. B. Gee for second high. Mrs Phillips also was presented with a glfi Reveals Wedding Plans Miss Dorothy Drown of Steelo anil Blythcvilie, whose engagement lo Luther Brown:of, Caruthorsville, Mo.; was.< announced-last week by her mother, Mrs; Mary Brown, today revealed ihc dale of her marriage, Thc wedding will be solemnized oivSaturdayi Nov. •!„ nnd Ihe couple will, be at home in:3t, Louis. , , • *" .*'' •• Entertain Af Luncheon For P.E.O. Chapter Ton members, of Chapter "N" of the-p.E.o.- were entertained yesterday afternoon, by Mrs. MUrrny Smart'nnj'Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon at the Smart'home, .-'' A-two-course luncheon was sorv- I'nl -small tables• arranged In the living, room, where:vases of: clu-y- snnthcmums . formed, u- colorful background, i Following luncheon, .Mrs. J. W. Adains Jr., was lii.'cliargc of the program, which consisted of a constitutional quiz. Mrs. W. D. McClurkin of Philadelphia, Pa., a former members of the chapter, «-ns n guest at the meeting.' Bits of News Mostly; Personal Mrs. Stewart Entertains Mixed Fall flowers decorated: the living room of the Claude Stewart home yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Stewart entertained members of the Initial Club for an afternoon party. Bunco prize was won by Mrs Ebb Reynolds, high by. Mrs. Lane Lowell and low by Mrs. Herman May, A sandwich plate with iced drinks was served. * • - * Mrs. Copeland:Is Hostess Mrs. R. A. Copeland was hostess to members of the- C. B. C. Club yesterday afternoon at her home, which was decorated' with mixed Fall flowers. In the bridge games played during the afternoon, high score prize went 'to Mrs. W. S. Langdoii; second high to Mrs. Paul Bynmi nnd bridgeo to Mrs. O. O. Elklns. The hostess served n salad nlnte with coffee. I Inducted Into WAC Miss, Margaret Christian of Slcele, Mo., is the first young woman from t lint town lo enter the service of her country. She has been inducted inlo Ihe WAC but her assignment station Is not .yet known. : Daughter, of Mr. anil. Mrs. Joe Christian, she was graduated from high-school in 1042. Her brother, Sergt. Joe Christian recently was wounded In Franco. At The-Hospitals i Walls Hospital, Admitted: Loulso Solomon, Sleele. Mo. Mrs.- H: R.' Jones, Osceola. Thelnm. Sullivan, Osceoln. Mrs. Billy Thomson, Lcachvllle. Mrs. Bert' Truminell, Pnrngould. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Henry .Wagner, Gideon, Mo., a- daughter last-night. ' ; Born to Mr. and Mrs. Mnrvin llart. Number Nine, a son last night. Dismissed: Mclvln King, city. Memphis Mcllioilist Hosiillal Admitted: Mnbcl Jnne Barber, Carulhers- ville; Mo. Jo Re Coppcdge, Braggadocio, Mo. Memphis Haptisl Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Aubrey Pntilfc, Joiner E/ E.' Byrd, Mftnila. Robert Qiiillcn, Cnrmhcrsvtlle Mo. Alfred Felnberg of Cape dlrar- dcavi, Mo., Is spending n wee): here on business. Ueul. and Mrs. Jesse Sawyer nnd his mother, Mrs. Delia Sawyer, an of San Antonio, Texas; will arrive this weekend to spend a week Jicro ns guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boone Ifnll, Mrs. Delia Sawyer and Mrs.- Hall are sisters, Lleulenant Sawyer, who Is with Ihc Army All- Forces, recently returned to- Ihe Unllcd States after having served for more ihau i( year in Eng- IniKl. Miss Celeste Swank has spent Ihc past, week In SI, I-ouls. where she Ls attending market for Fcinberu's FVisliloii Shop.- Mrs. W. Carl Phillips of Butler, P«-., 1ms arrived for a visit with her daiiElitcr-ln-law, Mrs. Robert. Phillips, mid licr grandson, Michael Phillips, at the home of Mr and Mrs. missell Phillips, Sergt. nnd Mrs. Ivan n. Van Patten have returned from Jerome, Idaho, where they, were called 12 days "•>'o by thc death of Ills father Lieut, Robert Phillips left yesterday for Sanla Monica, Calif., where he will be In a rest camp before bc- fng reassigned for duty. He recently returned from several months service-overseas, and has spent his leave here with his wife and son, who will remain here until he Is reassigned. Mason Day Jr., apprentice seaman, Is spending a 12-day leave here with' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Day Sr, He, Is a student at Tulanc University. New Orleans, under a Navy program. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ramcy will return, this afternoon from Cape Ol- nirdcnu. Mo., where they luwe spent the past several days with'relatives Mr. Ramcy, pharmacist's mate Ho .iiithei Nnvy, Is spending his leave :icre nfter two years service overseas. , Mrs. Wilbur donning, and two (laughters, Elaine nnd Eugcnln, are Wending a week in Helena Ark with •relatives. , WIllaBChe Daws Is spending the weekend with relatives In" Lcach- vllle Ihls week. . Sergt. and Mrs. John West Jr returned yesterday lo Ihelr home lit Cnmp iiooil, Texas, after spending a IB-day furloujjl) here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. West Sr., and:Mr. and Mrs. H. L Miteli- ell. L. I. Richardson will go to Memphis Tuesday for n major eye operation lit the Ear, Eye. Nose and Throat Hospital. ' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ira Gray of Washington, D. C., arrived Thursday for a • week's visit with Mr. Gray's parents, Mr. and Mrs Ira Gray. Mf. Gray Is with the Weather bureau there. Pvt. Hollls L. Moody, who has >ecn nt Camp Robinson, Ark for Ihc past six months, lias arrived to tpenil lil s 10-day-furlough with, his wife and children at Ihcir home on IJoiignn Avenue. Band Performs At Haley Field! Special Attraction. For Spectators At Game Last Night Making their rlrst marching appearance of the school year, Ihe band members gave a special performance lost night between halves of thc Bntesvllte-Blylhevllte football game. Miss Prances Shouse, majorette for several years and who hns headed the band In Us several appearances tills year, led (lie four ;nu- Joretlex and 32 playing members.' Joyncr, Miss- Marilyn Decli, Miss Julia Ami Woodsoirand Miss Joan Shanks. With batons twirling, the. high- stepping majorettes ami, smoothly Playing inusicinns marched the .Civilian Grbupi' At BAAF Backs War Fund-Drive' "A Day's I'jiy- On • Payday" On ihe walls of every-office, shop 'and dormitory, where tlie civilian employees of Blylhevillc Army All- Kit-ill work'- and live, this slogan lias bec-n posted. Devised' by Lieut, l-'rnnlc Turner, assistant civilian personnel • 'officer, It represents BAAF's the National War Fund' Drive, which • opened 'officially today, October 20, 1044. Lleuteir- ani Turner, officer In charge of the drive, expressed the feeling that every civilian employee, every ATC jrfbt-cadct,. every WAS! 1 , In fact all civilians on BAAF's payroll, will give their best during the week the drive continues at-BAAF. 'Ihe ec-al of the National War Fund Drive for 1844-45 is set at $250,000,000. This .staggering, sum will tic raised by the civilian populace of (he United States. Of this sum. HAAP's civilian will contri-' j butt' at least $1500. J The National War Fund Is an | association of fund-raising'agencies such as the USO, Unltc<i Seamen's Service, War Prisoners' Aid, United China Relief, Russian' War Relief, find all other War-fund pemlc.Uly of each other j In uniting nil ' cd with the majorettes as the swinging clapiicr while ihc band played for tho feature number. The band was performing a special honor to Capt. Jimmy. Stafford of the Blythevillc Chlckasaws who saw the game from the sidelines, his back In a east because' of Injuries received in the Pine Bluff game Mrs. J. Wilson Henry directed the band for the music played during the first half, th e program opening with the school's "Alma. Mater" while the crowd : stood- prior, to tlie klckaff. Court Of Honor Scheduled' Here On Monday Night A District Court of Honor: for Bo v Scouls of North Mississippi: County will be held Monday night, .7:30 o'clock, at the. high school; a'udl- loriurn. • Awards will be given lo all Clubs nnd Scouls of'the territory for their advancement'during thc past live- tnontlis, with parents: of : all 'the boys especially invited to attend (ho affair:. . . •• '..,-.v A committee, composed of '-Roscp Crafton, W. L. Horncr, R. B. Sloiit , . ,. . and Graham Sudbury, is in charge of arrangements.. . •/.' relief campaigns Is eliminated. The organizations draw ,6n this fund pro rata for their, various activities.. About fifty percent of the sum goes for tli'e benefit of our Armed Forces, .Merchant Marines and prisoners of'War. For (ho, benefit of soldiers, the USO operates 3,035 service, units, which draw, a monthly attendance of over 30,000,000 men. There are 87 troupes giving, entertainment, to the armed services overseas,. and at home In-hospitals and camps they bring entertainment to. 1 000.- COU service, men a month. The United Seamen's Service follows the invasion, forcesi operating', 82. rest centers and clubs throughout the world. To the men who are pris- oners-oLwar both in Japan - and Germany, over 300'toas of recreational and educational, supplies have been shipped. These, things were made possible tlirough the use of only on e half of the total.con- tributions to the War Funil. Tlie other half of the fund, is used in countless ways, to aid our allies. Providing, homes for those made homeless by. war, .caring for children starved' by; trie, devastation of Ilieir homeland, providing vital medical. supplies for: both civilians and Ihe military—these are only a few : of the things that'the National' War .Fund makes possible. As ex SATURDAY,-OCTOBER 2J, J9-M Mien In Service . Pfc. Dan J. Walker, son of Mrs Pearl Walkor of 210 West Cherry BJytlicvllle, 1ms received a special commendation from his superior officer at his station nt Muroc, Calif Private, Walker, who has been lei the Army for the past 22 months, formerly was a butcher at Liberty Cash Grocery In Blytlievllle. Tlie commendation reads In part; '•Ilie undersigned officer wishes to call to. attention the excellent service rendered to the MedicaLServlce by this enlisted man. During tlie Jew months he lias .served as Assistant to the:Ward Master—he has become, rapidly /nmlllnr with all technical procedures in connection with the operation of n ward of internal medicine, and has shown keen Interest and an imiistial desire to Improve himself and the medical service. He has served faithfully beyond normal duty hours without question, and hns shown a fine .sympathetic spirit and faithful attention to .patients in the ward." • > • • Millard Clayton Edds, ron of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Edds Sr., of Blytlieville, an apprentice seaman has entered the U. K. Naval Reserve Midshipmen's School located •in the campus of the University of Notre Dawie, Noire Dnmc, Intl. After taking one month of indoc- Iriimtion he will tie appointed n midshipman and upon successful completion of his four month course, will be commissioned an 'ensign In the IT. s. Naval Reserve. Nbncoms. To Have Dance Af Club Room Tonight Members of the Non-commissioned Officers Club and guests will dance tonight to the music of a seven-piece soldier band at the voom.of Biythevllle Army Air Field Master: Sergt. Victor Torncllo, president, announced today. The dance ts lo begin at 9 o'clock T " addition to tonight's affair, pressed by the fund committee, ."yomvglft starts at home, but'goes •'round the.'world." . Robert DougJbs fleKevedl & £™J. TT^? 16 ^' In Philippines Invasion ^ Drlve at, BAAF, colonel Kurt M. , ... .:; vj. London. Commanding.-Officer, has Pfc. Robert Douglas/, son;of:-Mrt, s ^ tc '' : " Yoilr donation amy be a ami Mrs. Frank Douglas; Is'believ-- e to a member of your own ed to be taking part iii>.ih'e' lii-,, ily or to n friend: now serving vnslon of thc Philippines, ns :hc Is '." f0mc 'Il'tont'land. : It Is my.bc- a member of. ihc 9Gth -Infantry ll « r tha t the employees of, the-Bly- whlcli hiis been announced • as one I tnc ™ le Army Air Field will do IIEHHM! m.thp.nnmn- tlle "' l M 't by Riving-, us of the units engaged in. the 1 operation. DUE Will Be In Osceola - - Qcf. 16th to 21st Leachville Tues, Oct. 24th One day cnty Manila Wed; Oct. 25th One day only Blythevillie- - Bal;,dt October Mrs.ty.n,P:.Gooch > Gollfector Steele News Miss Dorothy Drown, accompanied by Miss Freda Poscy and Luther Brown, both of Caruthcrsville, are spending the weekend in St Louts as guests of Miss Posey's mother, Mrs: Charlie Posey First Services Will Be Held At Louise Chapel JOINER, Ark., Oct. 21.—The F!ev. J. W. Moore, pastor of the Joiner Methodist Church, announced Fri-- dny that the Louise Chapel, two miles west- of here, will be opened for the first services Sunday afternoon at 2:30. The Rev. Mr. Moore will be in charge of the services, and Ihe Rev. E. G. Kaetzcl of Wilson will deliver the first sermon. Other ministers are expected lo attend the — part by Riving, us much as they possibly, enn to.this innuilarlan cause.'' service. , This is the third church to. be built on this lot, possibly, the oldest church lol in Mississippi. County,' and the oldest cemetery. 1 The old church^:with a Masonic I/>dge on the second floor,- was abandoned several years ago and was beyond repair, so thc minister and others tore down the building, and a. new church was built within SO days. It is valued 'at' $3000 and 'will be free of debt within the next two or.three weeks. Oet, 22 ;Nov: 7 EIGHTH niul WALNUT Time of Services — 10 ^ M, — 7:30 P; M 1 , Junior Choir Knch Afternoon'at •! o'Clock Great Gospel Preaching— Soul Stirring Musie KVANOKUST SINGER »r. R. E. Pastor First Baptist Church, Enid, Okla. Gcno Spearman Director of Music and Education, Calvary Baptist Church, Alexandria, Louisiana. Tf,o Church in « Wor/d at War Call, America Back to God. You Are Invited to Attend All of the Services BEONE OF 500 TO ATTEND SUNDAY SGHnni AT o-dn A "ii In Non-commissioned Officers Club )" em ! )crs will have a stag party Wednesday, night at the club rooms. Meetings n • , be " stalert '"eeling of the Order.of the Eastern.Star held Tuesday.night, 8 o'clock, at thc hall CHURCH NEWS ST STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH lliomas- U: Sniythc Jr;, minister, Church School, <J :30 n. rn. Morning Prayer and Sermon 11 n. m. CALVARY. F.PISCOI'AI/ CHURCH Oseeolii Thomas B. Smythe Jr., ministers Holy Commimiton and Sermon 7:30 p. in. •FIRST! METHODIST CHURCH S. I5.'wilrnr<3, pastor Church School, 9:45 a. m. u. S. Branson, supt. , Morning Worship, 10:55 a. in. Broadcast.over KLCN. Junior Fellowship, 7 p. m. Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. LAKE. STREET METHODIST ,- CI1UKCH Bate* Sturdy, paslor Church School, 9:50 a. in. Iverson Morris, supt. Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m. "Mountain Tops of the Spirit", pastor's subject. i Youth Fellowship, Groups, 6:30 i. m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. "Death or Life", pastor's subject. Monday night the young;, people will, go to Osceola for a meeting, This church goes lo the lily the- Ville'Ai'my. Air Field Tuesday.night /or services, 7:30 o'clock. Prayer meeting and cliolr practice Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOI> CHURCH Seventh- & Ash Streets Kev. Ramsey, pastor . Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Mornfng Worship. 11 a. in. Radio Program, 2 p. in. C. A. Class, 7 p.-nv Women's Missionary Council,- 7 p. m: • Evangelistic Message, 8. p. m. - Special songs and music. The public is invited to come' to the service and to become acquainted with thc new pastor, the- Rev, Mr/ Rnmsey, formerly of- Dyersburs Tciin. FHtST BAPTIST; CHURCH' E. 0. toromi, pastor Sunday School,' 9:40 • a.m. • Philip J. Deer, supt. , ; Morning Worship, .10:50 am Anthem, "Send Out Thy.Light'", choir. Sermon by pastor. B. T. U., 6:30 p.m. R. L. Sherrtck, director. Evening- Worship, 7:30-pm. ; Solo "The Lord's Prayer", Malotte, Aviation Cadet Roger O'Conner. ' Sermon by pastor. There wlll-not'.beia morning, service^ Monday morning,' but' both -the singer and .preacher will be here.for ,lhe Monday, evening service.' BAPTIST-CHAPEL. Lily. Street Sunday School, 9:30'.a.m. Russell Baugli, supt. B. T. U., 6:15 p.m. Miss Sarah Frances Rowland, director. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Sermon by Aviation Cadet! J. L Shown. FULi; GOSPEL TABERNACLE-: Ira M. Bryce, pastor Sunday School,' 9:45 a.m. IJoy Handley, supt. Morning Worship, .11, a.m. Sermon by pastor. Children's service, 6:30.'p.m. Mrs. Ira M. Bryce in charge. Young People's PYPA Class, 7 p.m., 8 p.m. Mid-week services Tue'sflay and Friday, 8 p.m.- Radio broadcasts Monday and Friday, 2:30 p.m. A welcome to all. CHURCH'OP THE NAZARENE Forrest W. Nash, pastor Sunday. School, 9:45-a.m.- Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m.- Pastor will preach, Yourig People's Service, 7- p.m.. ~ Evenlng Service, 7:45.p.m. Pastor will preach.. Wednesday, night prayer meeting, 7:45 p.m. Services during, the time, of the erection-of our new building, are being held in the Armory Building, corner 2nd and Sycamore.- Don't fie Le/f/n77ieCo/tf ;. Send Us Your Winter Coats and Overcoats Today Be wise; prepare early for those.nippy.days.,Send.' us your heavy wraps now, FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTKR. DRY CLEANING i Mrs. DALTON C. EOWLSTON, B. A., M; S.- M ORGANIST and TEACHER PIANO — ORGAN and VOICE • Former New York Organist and Teacher 1 For Appointment ,' Write Mrs. Fowlston 1101 Chlcknsawba: or, Phone. 2043, SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS* properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers • are^ »l- Tays fresh, and nil work Is guaranteed to please, Let-cur apart. Jeslgners help you with your floral needs. r,TJ>. 8errtc« . W* Dtllru Anywh«« Ph. m Mrs. J. M. (Mat) William* owiMi. CAI.VAKV BAPTIST CRUUC1I Sunday School, S:M a.m. Morning Worship, u a.m. T110 Rev. A. S. Smith of Jonesboro euest preacher. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Sermon by the Kev. Mr. Smith; CHRISTIAN-' SCIENCE SKKVICKS Woman's Clubhouse "Probation After Death" is the subject of the B-esson-Sermon which svlllibe read-in all Churches and Societies of the Chnrch of Christ Scientist, on Sunday. '• The-Goldcn Text is: "The hour Is coming, and now is, when the dead Shall.hear th e voice of the Son of God:: and they thai hear shall live." John .5:25. , Among thc citations which coni-f *, pnse the Lesson-Sermon is the fol " lowing from,thc Uible: "Blessed be !h(. .Ootl'aiid Father of our Lord Jesus- .Christ, which according to his abundant'mercy hath begotten Us iOIn unto a lively hope by the resurrection of Jesus Christ "from the dead," r Peter 1:3. ians as-ditecied Beautiful New GIRTS •For Weddings, AnnivprsiirlM and iAll Occasions. New Holiday Merchandise Now Here. ' The Gift Shop r Modern & Antlqne GHta MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S 3EAOTY SHOP 1M.8. rtrtt Phone 2532 BHhg Ui Your fleoufy Problem* Modern Equipment Expert' Beantidanj < Continaoos Shows Eyery Daj Boi Office Opena 1:45 Show Starts 2:OG LISTEN TO KLCN I!Nam 12:15 »JTL l:n . , Saturday Prairie Thunder With Dick Koran and Ellen Clancy Serial,- "Desert. Hawk" Xo. 14 and Shorl. Con. 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