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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 23, 1942
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1942 '• Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Wilma Bucey Circle, Woman's Missionary' Union, First Baptist Church; meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. M. K: Hunter; Selrna Max- vite Circle, Mrs. Charles Newcomb; Ruth Waldon Circle. Mrs. Guy Martin; Edith Allen Circle, at church; Alice Bagby Smith Circle, Mrs. IT. L. Chambers; Maxfield Garrcit Circle. Mrs. N. W. Brig- haiii;' " Tyhette . Lavender Circle, Mrs.' Arch Liiidscy. Woman's Society of Christian Service, First Methodist Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Council, Firet Christian Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Ben Harpole. Mrs. C. E. Henderson entertaining Three Quads lub. Junior-Senior Parent Teacher Association entertaining xcels In Spelling School seniors with spaghetti sup- psr. " o'clock, ct Woman's Club. TUESDAY'S BARENTS Miss Frances Little entertaining Double G. Club. Chatterbox Club meeting with Airs. Harold Anderson. Mrs. Riley • B. Jones entertaining Tuesday Club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. O. W. McCutcheh entertaining Town and Country Club. Mrs. Eugene Dickinson having Wednesday Contract, Club. ADC Club meeting with Mrs. S G. Shelton. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs.- William Lambert entertainmg: r Triple Table Club. Mrs. Theodore Logan entertaining -Double Four Bridge Club. , : .;-FRIDAY'S- EVENTS •Executive Board, Woman's Missionary Union. First Baptist Church meeting- 2:30 o'clock with Mrs TJoyd. Stickmon. Miss Jane McAdams entertaining Cee-Qu-e Bridge Club. AIL-COJB -MEMBERS ATXE^ib BRIJ3GE PARTY All • members of the Cee-Quc Bridge Club attended the party given last night at the home of Miss Frances McHaney. Refreshments were served after the games. Miss Maurine Branson V.T.S high and Miss Elizabeth Ann Wilson, second high scorer. ..*=** PTA.TO ENTERTAIN 1 AT SUPJPER MONDAY The Junior-Senior Parent Teacher Association will* entertain the .seniors on Monday night instead :ias s Of 92 Will Hear The Rev. S. B. Wilford At Stadium Tomorrow "Faith in Times Like These" will be the subject on which the Rev. S. B. Wilford, pastor of First Methodist Church, will address the 92 graduates of Iha city hiyh school at a sunset service tomorrow afternoon at (J:30 o'clock at the high school stadium. In order to accommodate the large crowd which is expected, the baccalaureate program was planned for the stadium. In former years, it has been given at the city hall which has never Man able to take care of all who wished to attend the service. The program will open with the prelude, "Beautiful Savior." Christiansen, by the high .school band and class processional, "March from Athalin," Mendelssohn. The Rev. Francis Smythe. pastor of First Christian Church, will ask the invocation. The high school glee clubs and congregation will sinj,' Giardini's liymn, "Come Thou Almighty King." This will be followed with an cctette number. Kunpp's "Open the Gates cf the Temple" by Mrs. James A. Overholser, Mrs. Russell Farr, Mrs. Garrison. Miss Jane McAdams. Clove Gillespie, Ray Worthington, Don Sutherland and Ross Stevens. The Rev. Jumes A. Overholser, pastor of First Presbyterian Church. will give the Bible lesson. Hebrew II before the .sermon. The high school glee club.s will sinj; Gounod's anthem. "Send Out Thy Light" after the Rev. Mr. Wilford's address. The benediction will be offered by the Rev. Graduating Exercises For 22 Seniors To Be Held At Osceola CHURCH NEWS FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lily and Vine Streets Clifford L. Thacker, pastor At 11 a.m. '.he Sunday school session. Thursday at 7:30 p.m. the Sunday Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Roy school teachers will meet in the Sturdy, psistor of Laki 1 Street Methodist Church. For the recessional. Verdi's "March from 'Aicln' " will be used. Directors of music for the service are Charles G. Morehetxd. bnnc! director. Mrs. Lanier Reed, glee club director, and Miss Frances Holland, pianist. Evelyn Beard, of Clear Lake Farm School, was the runner-up in the MidSduth Spelling Bee in Memphis last week. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Board, the second place Mid Sou I h winner had previously been named Mississippi County Spelling Champ. CHICAGO, <UPJ — Housing and furnishing experts believe the war's impact may hasten the day when millions of stylish, low-cost homes slide down a "conveyor belt" to be purchased by families who once lived in cheap tenemenis. What was looked upon as an emergency ..solution to the problem of sheltering more than 500,000 of the nation's transplanted war production workers may prove to be "the beginning cf mass production methods in home construction," according to Percy Wilson, managing director ol the Chicago Merchandise Mart. Wilson said the war housing emergency for the first time had "diverted the attention of the building industry's best resources from the more expensive typos of homes." Avenge Cost $X800 C"CEOLA, Ark., May 23.—T. M. Stinnett of Little Rock, assistant commissioner of education in Arkansas, will make the address to the senior class of Osceola High School at the graduating exercises on Monday night, June 1. Diplomas will be awarded by Charles B. Sullenger, secretary of the board. The Rev. L. T. Lawrence, pastor of the Osceola Presbyterian Church will preach the baccalaureate sermon at the Baptist Church Sun- clay morning May 31 with music furnished by the Osceola Glee Club accompanied by Mrs. Gilbert Mastin, organist. The senior class of 22 including 10 girls and 12 boys is the smallest in many • years. Honor graduates are Flavia Driver, Dorcas Jones, Julian Osborne, and Charles Robinson of Keiser. Other graduates are Charles S. Anderson, William Bowen, Elmer Bryant, Bernard Bujarski Jr., William Deane, Mary Bivens, Thomas Goetz, Bruce Ivy, Jr., Bettye Sue la.stin, Mildred Moriarty, Sue 'owell, Eisye Perkins, Gene Quinn, Cenneth Sanders, Dolores Shoe- •Handley, superintendent. Preaching. 11 a.m. Junior P.Y.P.A., 6:30 p.m. Senior P.Y.P.A, 1 p.m. Evangelistic service, 8 p.m. Young People's service Tuesday night, 8 p.m. Bible study-prayer meeting Friday. 8 p.m. Prayer meeting nightly, 8 p.m. school, ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH OSCEOLA The Rev. J. J. Thompson, pastor Mass at 8 a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth O. J. Chaslain, pastor Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Bible school, Russell Baugh, superintendent. 10:40 a.m. Morning worship. Solo —Miss Emmagreen Mallory. Sermon by the Rev. J. I. Cosey, Jonesboro. The Baptist Training Union and Evening Worship Service will be dismissed for the baccalaureate service at the High School Stadium. Tuesday, 1 p.m. Sunday School THE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 18th and West Main Streets H. Greuin; minister Sunday school officers meeting, 9:45 a.m. Sunday school departments meeting, 10 a.m. .'. Preaching, "Only the Saved Are Commanded to Be Baptized", 11 a.m B.T.U. officers meeting 6:45 p.m. Jim England,- 4 director. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Miss Noll Robinson returned yesterday afternoon from Lilbourn where she has spent a week with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Brown and children, of Cape irardeau, spent the first of the week here with relatives. Their daughter. Miss Joyce Brown, remained for a longer visit with her cousin, 'Reen Ashcrai't. Paul Brown, of Chicago, has also .spent this week here with his father, Gilbert Brown, and ! family. Sermon.. "Only the Baptized Are' Mr anc j Mn . j ames Terry and' Commanded to Observe the Lord's' daughter spent yesterday' in St. Supper," 8 p.m. Baptizing, 8:30 p.m. Our Lord's Supper, 9 p.m. Wednesday night prayer service, officers' meeting and choir prac- ! lice, 8 p.m. Friday, Men's Night, 8 p.m. Saturday Young People's Night, Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Elixnbeth Burnett has returned from Pine Bluff where she Visited her sister, Mrs. Clint Calcl- well Jr., and Mr. Caldwell for four days. Mrs. R. K. Crockett, of Osceola, is convalescing at the home of her •parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Jenkins, after having undergone treatment at Memphis Methodist Hospital for two weeks, Mrs. Penrl Hires spent yesterday in Memphis. He said the housing program—with "Uncle Sam" in the role of underwriting agent and the na' lion's top architects and interior designers taking a hand—was "introducing among workers aesthetic values never before emphasized in low . uncl medium cost construction." A recent display of "a dozen typical war homes" at the Merchandise Mart's home furnishings market gave an indication of the "long range implications" of the war-home program. Wilson said. Attractive model homes—single and multiple units of four and five rooms—averaged $3,800 in construction- costs 'md $490 in furnishings. The exhibit, sponsored by the national retail furniture association and the U. S. public building administration, proved home furnishing manufacturers and interior designers are nh-rt to oppor- Radio Play Scheduled ... . - . "The Home Front," the second of last night as was' previously | plhy in a serie s. being sponsored anounced. A spaghetti supper is being planned for the high school .graduates at the Woman's Club. The affair will be at 7 o'clock. IV^RS. FOSTER HAS : C1UB, TWO GUESTS Mrs. John Foster entertained members of the Double Pour Bridge ! nps . mp Ciub and two guests, Mrs. Guy Hndgers ; and Mrs. Otis Shepherd j for a-party at' her- hom$ Thursday " afternoon. Mrs. Victor Stilwell- was high and Mrs. Theodore Logan, second high scorer among the club members- and Mrs. Shepherd, among over-Radio Station KLCN by the American Legion Auxiliary, will be given Tuesday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock. Mrs'. S. S. Sternberg is director. Material for, the program is sent from the Washington office of the OEM and will be presented by a the guests. A sandwich plate with iced drinks was served after the MRS. HORNER PLAYS WITH TUESDAY CLUB Mrs. W. L. Homer played bridge with members of the Tuesday Club Thursday afternoon when they were entertained at,the home of Mrs. Max. B. Reid. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon was high and Mrs. W. C. HIgginson, second high scorer. The hostess served n salad plate. of local teachers and busi- Sternberg stated that the ;as invited to send in comments and criticism in order to improve further production. Filipino Army Unit Organized CAMP SAN LUIS.OBISPO. Cal (UP)— The first Filipino army battalion in the United States has been formed here, with Capt. Tirso G Fajardo as executive officer. The unit has been designed to offer native. Filipinos their own fighting group. David Kuester of 'Knoxville, la., who is visiting- Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Reichel; is ill of mumps at the Reichel home. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bray of Oklahoma City, will leave at noon after having been the overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Whitehead. They are en route home from Chicago. tunities afforded bv the program,' he said. A Building Revolution "With their resources now con- Grammar School Grads Will Picnic Wednesday A total of 147 children, who will be promoted to Junior High School will be entertained at Walker Park Wednesday for an all clay picnic. Tliis is an annual affair for the city's sixth graders from Lange, Central and Sudbury Elementary Schools. Felix Ryals, junior high school coach, will be in charge of athletic events for the boys and Miss Mary Lester Kimmons and Miss Lenore Swearingon for the girls. Mrs. H. A. pected revolutionary advances wil be effected in design and economy and that charm and , efficiency in the small home will be merged as never before." He said the emergency progrcm had effected a revolution in the building industry by "inducing certain coordingation which migh conceivably be the .beginning o mass production- methods in con struttion." "In the past thc construction industry, alone of all inclustria giants, resisted this trend, remain ing in this day of super-organiza tion :i comparatively loose federation of crafts, trades and professions. Conslruction Codes Obsolete "Not organized in • the past for large soak- production, the building industry has been forced to devolu its major attention to the more expensive types of building inker, Freddye Smith, William Vatson and Joseph Weathersby. )orothy Renee Starr To Wed St. Louis Man OSCEOLA, Ark., May 23.—In- erest among former pupils in this tection and classmates throughout Arkansas is centered in the announcement and approaching mar- :iage of Miss Dorothy Renee Starr of Osceola and Mayflower, Ark., to Howard A. Boatman of St. Louis. Miss Starr, who has been in- slructor in English and journalism in Osceola High School for the past six years, is the daughter of Mrs. J. L. Troutman of River Road. Mayflower, Ark. She is a graduate of State Teachers College in Con way where' she was member of Alpha Sigma Tau; Later she did graduate work in Washington University, St. Louis. She is also a member of Delta Kappa Gamma, society for women teachers, and Osceola branch, American Association of University Women. Both Mr. Boatman and Miss Starr are members of early pioneer families of Arkansas; the bride-elect being a descendant of the Sevier family of Tennessee and Arkansas. Mr. Boaman attnded Washington University and is a member of j school stadium, the University and Sportsmen's Clubs. He is a member of the engineering department of the Shell Oil Refinery of St. Louis where they will make their home following their marriage in the early Summer. Council. Wednesday: 7 p.m. Officers and teachers meeting. 7:30 p.m. Mid-week prayer service. 8:15 p.m. Choir rehearsal. Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Baptist Training Union Council Meeting. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION The ll«v. J. J. Thompson, pastor The Rev. A. S. Marehiano, assistant Mass at 8 and 10 a.m. Sunday. Sunday night, 7:30-8:30 o'clock, Holy Hour for men in our armed forces. Weekdays, mass at G:30 and 8 o'clock. Novena to Our Sorrowful Mother, 8 o'clock, Friday. Louis with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Woodard. Mrs. Willard McDaniel returned CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse, 141G W. Main "SOUL AND BODY" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, Sunday. The Golden Text is: "Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted within me? hope thou in God: for I shall yet praise him, who is the health of my countenance, and my God." Psalms 42:1L Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "With the mind I myself serve the law of od; but with the flesh the law of sin." Romans 7:25. The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the yesteday after several days' visit with relatives in St. Louis, Mrs. Tom Perry joined her husband this week in St. Louis whero they will make their home. Mr. Perry is employed there. Their children will remain here with their grandfather George Gilliland; until they are permanently .settled. • Air. and Mrs. L. W. Weaver have moved to Cape Girarcleau where Mr. Weaver will operate a trucking line. Mrs. Alma G. Copeland will leave this week end for St. Louis where she will be employed during school vacation. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Seventh and Main S. B. WHford, pastor 9:45 a.m. Church School, S. K. Garrett, superintendent. We have a class for every age and a selected teacher for every class. Why not find your place in our church school? 10:50 a.m. Worship service. Sermon by the pastor. The choir will sing "Lead Us, O Father" by Parks. This service will be broadcast over KLCN. The regular Youth Fellowship meetings and the evening worship service' will be canceled this Sim- day in order that we may honor the high school graduating class by participating in the Baccalaureate Vesper Service in the high At The Hospitals Blythevillc Hospital Dismissed: C. A. Wood, city. J. P. Brandon, Bragg City. Melon Pryor, city. Mrs. G. W. Reed, city. Mrs. James Stevens and baby, Walls Hospital material body and mind are temporal, but the real man is spiritual and eternal." p. 302. Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: ' Adm u fpri . "Thp mntPi-inl hnriv <Vnrl mind m-f> ^'iniu^u. Dorothy Hicks, Steele, Mo. Births: A son to Mr. and Mrs. Archie Champion, Osceola. Dismissed: Mrs. Joe Carney and baby. city. Memphis Methodist Hospital .— LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Bates Sturdy, pastor Church school, 9:50 a.m. Iver- Rimer and Miss Alma Peters • w i!> |con ^ niction ' , beacuse it did not The United States, during the second quarter of 1940, imported 1048 pounds of refined glycerin. Rayon is said to take dye better than silk, and white rayon is brighter than white silk. WAR RAGES 'SOUTH OF THE CLOUDS' - YUNNAN PROV/NCf j. Region of picturesque plateaus, great mountains, rocky gorges, malarial valleys; rich in minerals, center of industries. Area: HO.OOOsq. mi. Pop.: 12,000,000 \CHUKGKtHG' assist thc mothers in. arranging transportation for the children. Mrs. W. L. Horner is chairman of arrangements for the day. On her committee are Mrs. C. E. Crigger. Mrs. G. D. Hammock. Mrs. Jerry Hearn. Mrs. W. J. Rogers and Mrs. H. R. Prichard. Invited guests are S. K. Garrett, principal of junior high and Central schools. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary supervisor of city schools, Mrs. E. F. Fry. principal of Sudbury school, and Mrs. Ed tfardin, principal of Lange school. have volume Un the lower brackets to warran!, using there the industry's best resources. Moreover, research which would have leci to low cost housing innovations has been in the past defeated by rigid and obsolete building codes, which in thr emergency may be relaxed." He said studies made of defense workers' wants in furnishings indicated they were concerned primarily with style and color. Other preferences in descending order were; price, quality, size and dur- abilitv. Osceola Commandery Is Granted Charter Concidrnt Gnmdpare.nthood BUTTCNWILLOW, Cal. (UP> — OiSOEOLA, Ark.. May 23—Osceola Commandery of Knight Templars which has functioned for the past two years under a dispensation granted by Charles Jeanneret of McGehee, former grand commander of Arkansas, was granted it" charter this week at the annual meeting of the commandery in Little Rock, according to a telegram received from W. A. Thomas, grand recorder. The commandery. organized two years ago, has Leo Schreick for eminent commander and O. H. Ford as recorder. grandparents twice in the same day recently. A girl baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Car I Lewis, the former n son; am! a boy baby was born to Mr. nncl Mrs. Robert, the latter n daughter of I C/H I Mr. nnd Mrs. Lowis. KWtlYANG ANSHUN' * WANTING / MENGTZ YUNNAN Chinese cut this railway; tracks partly torn up . noon, and night NVC serve the host meals to be found in thc city, at popular prices. Win. S. nOI.EN, Prop. .THAILAND OLD BURMA ROAD // NEW ASSAM ROAD ***=* UNDER CONSTRUCTION ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 11 a.m. The Rev. George C. Merkel. priest-in-charge of St. Alban's Episcopal Church at Stuttgart, will conduct Holy Communion. As the youth of ihe Church are attending" such corporate Communions on Whitsunday throughout the of urged to be present. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev. Francis Smythe, pastor 9:45 a.m. The teaching service. W. O. Geurin, superintendent. Russell Barham; assistant. 10:.45 a.m. General assembly. 11 a.m. Church worship service. Sermon—"Frost-bitten Christian." son Morris, superintendent. ' Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m. | "Secret Prayer," pastor's subject, j Leagues are dismissed so that 'the young people may attend the baccalaureate service at the high school gymnasium; 6:30 p.m. ; Night worship, 8:10 p.m. ''Moses' Question," pastor's subject. Yon are cordially invited to attend all of our services. The stranger in the city will find a welcome awaiting at this church. People need what the church offers. Give the church first, consideration 3 under all circumstances. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James A. Overholser, minister Church school. 9:45 a.m. •Morning worship '11 a.m. Theme, "The Fatherhood, of God." St. Luke 11:2, "When ye pray, say, Our Father..." Young People's meeting, 7 p.m. Evening worship. 8 p.m. Men-of-the-Church Supper and Fellowship meeting Monday, 7 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service Wednes- Lan Williams. Osceola. . Mrs. M. O. McCaleb. Hornersville, Mo. Charles A. Wood, city. Memphis SI. Joseph's Hospital Mrs. Harrison Goff, Caruthersville. Mo. You are cordially invited to attend the services of this church. Visitors in the city are especially welcome. Yarbro News Divorce Suits Filed In Chancery Court Here Sc\oral suits for divorce have i been filed in the . county clerk's ice nncl will be decided by Chancellor J. F. Gautney of Jonesboro. who will hold Chacnery Court here in June. Divorce actions filed include: Grace Elizabeth Whaley vs. Edwin, complaint filed and warning order issued. Robert E. Herrick vs. Kathryn Walpole, complaint and waiver filed. W. W. Lowe vs. Lillie.. complaint and waiver filed. Howard L. Samson vs. Margaret A., complaint filed and warning order issued. Alma Brooks vs. Henry, complaint filed and warning order issued. WSCS Studies Children. Mrs. George Bunch conducted n study of "Children In O \i r Homes" at the meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service. Yarbro Methodist Church, Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Helen Willis. The meeting presided over by Mrs. Henry Young was opened with group singing by the nine members and five guests. The scripture lesson was read by the hostess. Others who took part on the program were: Mrs. C. E. Goddard. Mrs. D. G". Hindman and the Kev. IV.T. Hindman. who spoke on the "Children in the Church." Prayers were offered by the Rev. Mr. Hindman and Mrs. Goddard. Mrs. Willis assisted by. Mrs. Zoe Thompson served ice cream with cakes. The next meeting will be Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the church. A spiritual life program will be given. Students Buy Stamp Singers To Meet The annual Decoration Day and Singing Convention will be held at 8' p.m. Evenmg church. Sermon— Mount Zion Cemetery, one and a half miles east of Steele, Mo. ? Sunday, it has been announced by R. E. L. Smith, president, and S. L. Robinson, secretary. Relatives of persons buried there are being asked to bring flowers for the graves in the morning. Boy Scouts will be in charge of •the concessions, it was announced. "Church for Sale." Choir practice at 8 o'clock. Dart Ball Thursday, 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE First and Sycamore Streets Fletcher Spruce, pastor Sunday school opening exercises, 9:45 a.m. Inspirational service, 10:45 a.m. N.Y.P.S. meeting. 7:15 p.m. Evangelistic service, 8 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8 p.rm Missionary meetings Thursday. You are invited to worship with us in these services. Plan Joint Meeting Members of the 17-year-old group of Baptist Training Union. First Baptist Church, will go to Number Nine Sunday night for a meeting with the Number Nine Baptist Church group. J. P. Friend is leader of the Blytheville group. Rumania, producing 50,000.000 barrels of .oil. ranks -sixth among cil-producing countries of the world. OLD FASHIONED REVIVAL CluirL's K. Kullor. I)ir(-rtor Old Hymns .ind. Gospel Preacliins KLCN 5:00 p.m. Sundays 1320 Kilocycles. Continuous International Gospel Broadcast Ministerial Change Economical MT. CAR MEL, Pa. f UP)—Parishioners of the Mt. Carmel Primitive Methodist church have a new min, „, .,, , Mo - Mav ' i ister, but thev don't have the ex- .<nitt,ersville grade schools 1^^ of changing the church's asi?d a total of $987.30 m letterheads. The new parson has stamps from Feb l. to the the same na ns his predecessor, nn«ntm T S?L u **« \ v ™ ^ v - George Harrison, though they .Timounrrd Friday .by Supt. John ~ The largest purchase was of the second s Read Courier News want ads. * for all occasions Personalized Service THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 491 Glencoe Hotel Bldg. During 1939, Minnesota had a i Malloure, tuberculosis death rate of 30 per m stamps iQOO.OOO of the population. Wir-66omed, mountainous Yunnan province, whose namo "South of the Clouds » is the battlefield where Chma fighS door attack.on Chungking. Burma Road traffic and the sWting of Chinese warindustries west brought gfeat activity to this ancient province, first conquered by Kublai Khan and now threatened by Japdrives from Burma and Indo-Chma. Rain may wash out Jap hopes f £adhin* Chungking via Yunnan, for the monsoon sea^n - ? just begmpin* presages many soggy months in this area Table d'Hote Sunday Dinner - - - ] Plate Lunches - - - I5e Chefs Specials, from 35c —Served Noon and Evemnp— "Fine Imported and Domestic Liquors" Your Patronage Appreciated Russell Mart's Liquor Store 106 X. Broadway Phone 2868 Next Door South Post Office A Cordial Welcome Awaits You at The Beauty Bar One of the finest, most modern shops in Northeast Arkansas. Phone. 3292 Glencoe Bid*. NO. NINE BAPTIST CHURCH Mitchell Houston, pastor 10:15 a.m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. Church service. 7:30 p.m. B. Y. P. U. 8:30 p.m. Evening service. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Robert Biel, pastor At 10 a.m. Sunday morning the pastor will deliver his initial sermon and his topic will be: "Our Mutual Obligations." Everyone is cordially invited. Sunday Special PALACE CAFE (Air Conditioned) Baked Chicken with' Currant Dressing Desert—FRESH STRAWBERRY SHORT CAKE WITH WHIPPED CREAM FRIED CHICKEN a la Maryland SPECIAL DINNER ..GOc REGULAR LUNCH . .40c TRY ONE OF OUR NEW ELECTRIC GRILLED STEAKS, THEY SIZZLE Don't Wait Until It's Too Late! Store Your FURS and WINTER GJtRMEITS in Our -Certified Cold Storage Vaults! Look For This Seal— The lock seal is your guarantee. It csn be attached only to articles actually stored in certified cold storage vaults, which have been inspected by engineers representing the American Institute of Refrigeration and approved. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY FOR BETTER DRY CLEANING STEAM LAUNDRY 418

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