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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 28, 1944
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BLYTHKV1LLE (AKK.)' COUHIE& NEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 194-1 I MONDAY St. Stephen's Episcopal Auxiliary meeting with Mrs. J. Louis Cber- ' iv, ^:30 o'clock. I Woman's Society ot Christian Ssrvlce, First Methodist Church, j meeting at church, 2:30 p. m. i Woman's Society of Christian ' Service, Hike Street Methodist ' Church; meeting at church for all- I rtay observance of Week ol Pray• tfr,' 11 a. m. TUESDAY Mrs. Jesse Taylor entertaining Double 0 Club. Club Eight meeting with Mrs, L. r S. Behish., ' Miss Margaret Shaver enlertain- ! Ing Double Q Club. : La'Neuve Club meeting with Mrs. ; Colei'nan Stevens. . : WEDNESDAY ' Wednesday Bridge Club meeting ' vritli Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard. ! A.D.C. Cliib meeting with Mrs. '•• J. E.-Slevenson Jr. '• Mrs. O. W. McCutchen enler- laining;Toivh and Country Club. •- ' THURSDAY Thursday. Corilraol Club meeting with "Mrs. Henry Humphreys. i Miss Jane McAdams entertaining | Thursday Night Bridge Club. Octette Club meeting with Mrs. R. | C. Rose. United Daughters of tlie Confederacy meeting with Mrs. Roland . Green, 12:30 p. m. ; Mrs. Ross D. Hughes entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club. j FRIDAY | United Council of Chrlstain Women sponsoring observance of World Community Day at special service at First Presbyterian Church, 3 p. m. Mrs. J. D. Smith entertaining C. B. C. Club. Initial Club meeting with Mrs. W. S. Eastburn. • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 'ortngcvllle to Join her Mrs. I.owery Crook of Kelley Field, San Antonio, Texas, arrived yesterday for a visit- with Mr. and an. E, H, Crook and family. Miss Evalyn Cox of Little Rock arrived last night for a visit of several days with Miss Marguerite Dolcn. Miss Dolcn also will have as her weekend guest, Mrs, Perry Honor Students \n Announced Mary Frances Nunn Leads High School With 16 Points Mary Prances Nunn, with 16 points for the first, six weeks of the | and CERTAIN OTHER INDI- 'On the Outside Looking In' Belgium—USAAFETO 12 October, 1944 To The Blytheville Courier, Birthday Party Is Given Patsy Chitwood, daughter ot Mr. and M'I-S. E. B. Chltwonn, celebrated her 13tb birthday yesterday when she entertained 13 guest ", -.'• •: 'at 'C o'clock at her home. Tlie approaching holiday sra5on was noted in the decorations of Mack cats, witches and pumpkins which were used In the entertaining rooms of the house, while the refreshment, table, where a dessert course of birthday cake and ice cream was served, held liny Halloween baskets filled with candy whicl were given as favors to (he guests ."• Games and contests were played for several hours, with prizes award cd the winners, and the group late went to the picture show. Club, Guests Entertained I Fall flowers decorated the pnler tain Ing rooms yesterday when Mr W. C. Colston was hostess to men bers of the Initial Club at her horn Three additional guests also wer entertained at the party, includln Mrs. Robert Welclnmn, Mrs. Alv Harris and Mrs. O. K. Biankcnshlp.. .;• Bunco prize went to Mrs. Lane Nowell, high to Mrs. Jack Marsh find low to Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. /A sandwich plate with iced drinks was served. I Members Of Glee Club .Miss Constance Denton and Miss June Gosnell, both of Blytheville, have been enrolled as members of the" University of Arkansas Mixed [•Chorus, according to Professor Harry Shiiltz, direclor. Both Miss Denton and Miss Gosnell are attending the University 3'or the flrst time this year. Miss Mavtin Entertains When Miss Virginia Martin entertained members of the Thursda; Night Bridge Club at her home Thursday night, she also \vas hos less to a number of addltlona guests, including Mrs. Albert K •Taylor, Mrs. Carl E. Bailey Jr., Mrs Jack McHaney, Mrs. Walter Hcari of Malvern, Ark., houseguest of he parents, Mr. and Mrs. Uzzell Bran son, and Miss Frances Little. The entertaining rooms of th I-Martin home were attractive wit | Fall flowers. '. Defense stamps went to Mrs. Wl lard H. Pease for high score amon | .club members and to Miss France McHaney for second high, whi! 1IY EPSIK K1NARI) NEA Slafi 1 Writer NF.W YORK. — The hlgh-Klyle oal Ihb ambitious sweater outlll ins reached this winter Is Uie dress nsemble c i with turban ann gloves tit from the sale boll of speclal- vcave jersey. Norman Norell, a New York fash- on trend setter, believes in all" of Ills business so strongly that he arrlcs his all-in-one theme through in entire collection, beginning with he sweater dress that you wear at I a. in. and winding' up with the bcjwveled affair in which you sally forth to outshine llic stars. To create patterns thai you won't sec 'everywhere—out-bf-the-ordinary jacqunrds, color combinations in stripes, and newcomer checks, and to out-wit sag, bulge and too-re- vcaling cllns—special-weave Jersey. 1 are used. Sometimes these make iwcatcr tops which arc combined vilh woo] skirls for daytime wear, vlth long velvet shcatlis for after- lark stepping out, but always gloves ind turbans are mulched to the importnnt upper half of the oulfit :o make lorso, hands and head look all-of-a-picce. You see examples of this "bettei packaged" look In the two sweater costumes above: Natural and black si ripe wool jersey make the turban, gloves, nnc' middy blouse of the sweater dress which tops a black wool skirl n' rlBht. Matching Unban an ( | gloves turn the nnobslrusivc gray and whitr checked wool jersey dress at lei into ah Impressive costume, foi which there is a rhlncstonc-buck led leather bell and specially dc signed two-strruul necklace of gra; niul white clicker pearls to complc ment the cardlgan-ty|ie neckline. Osbornc of Jonesboro, Ark., who will arrive (his afternoon. Mrs. Edwin Noennlch and her brother, Bert Lamb Jr., left yesterday morning for ICupora, Miss., where they will l>o the weekend guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hood. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Brewer will have as their (juosts tomorrow, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Davis of Paducah, Ky., uiul Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tabor of Nashville, Tcnn. Miss Marjoric Mays visited in Memphis Thursday. Mrs. H. H. Bookhart of Helena, Ark., and her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Countess Jr., of Elaine, Ark., arrived Ihls afternoon lor a visit with Mrs. Bookhart's daughter. Mru. Thomas n. Smythe Jr., and the Rev. Mr. smythc. Pvl. Mary M. Reeves of Ihe WAG stationed at Kcltcy Field, Texas, and her brother, Pfc. Eugene Reeves of Port Bliss, Texas, have been spending their furlough here with their mother, Mrs. Denla Reeves. Pvt. Mtny Reeves will return tomorrow to her post, while her brother, who recently returned from two years overseas duty, will return to Fort Bliss Monday •morning. I The licv. Haryoy T. KIdd spent Thursday and Friday In Memphis, and was accompanied, home last ight by Mrs. KIdd and 'heir In- nnl daughter, Carolyn, and by his lothcr, Mrs. Harvey T. KIdd of le'mrthls. Mrs. Claud Stewart has as her .ucsts for two weeks her mother .ml slsler, Mi's. W. E. Franks and Miss Jeaneltc Franks, both of Fall tcmostcr, led the honor roll for senior high school for that period; It was announced today by school officials, Vannyo Whltley with 15 points was second and Frances SlioiiKC, who had 14 1-2 points was third. Other students on the honor roll, together with the number of points; each scored, are as follows: Shirley Harlinm, 13 1-2; Harry carter Fair, 13 1-2: Dorothy Lum, 13; EcU ty Black, 12 3-4; Frances Field, 12 1-2; Marilyn Deen, 12 1-4; Betty Woodson, 12; Ann Wecdman, 11 3-4; Chinks Henderson, 11 1-2; Peggy Van Winkle, 11 1-2; Dick Williams, 11 1-1; Julia Ann Woodson, 11; Mary Lou Joyner, 10 3-8; Patsy Travis, 10. Snininyc Imi Ferguson, 9 3-4; Mae Belli Rodgers, 9 1-2; Evelyn Beard, 0 1-2; Becky McCall, 9 1-2; Sam Johnson, 9 1-4; Jack Horner, 8 1-4; Beulah Hawkins, 0 1-4; Mary Ann Smith, 9 1-4; Carlene Chlldcrs, 9; Thomas Bell, 9; Ruth Seay, 9. Marion Mayes, K 3-4; Joe Sallba, 8 3-4; Muriel Ann Knudsen, 8 3-4; Arden Ferguson, 8 1-2; Mary Sue Beiryman. 8 1-3; Billy Lambert, 8 l-l; Jim Oatr.-j I) 1-4; Billy Williams, 8 1-4; Ida'Mac Swift, 8; Don Clmmblin, 8. Jim Smart, 7 3-4; Owen Hani- VIDUALS IN ARKANSAS: I'm not cure just who, back there, this should 'go to and I don't suppose it makes any difference as It if too late- lo make amends now, bul WHO, back there, in office, no doubt saw to It that service men, am women, from the state of Arkansas were not allowed to vote In the coming election? In this case It IS the principle o the thing more than anything else Whether we wished to vote or nbi —whether we had the time or no —whether we're capable or not, jus who couldn't see their way clear I give us a chance. Our votes prob ably wouldn't have decided the out come, but those men will be in of flee when some of us return. Wil they suit us? I've been able to vole since 1937 I've voled for the men that thought were the most capable o representing the people. Feeble a our mind may be, incapable as we ] may be of picking the best representative, we still have the silly idea that we should have been given the opiwrtunlly to vote—even tho we are living in tents—eating C and K dmitted: Elton Hurst, Osceola, Memphis -Methodist Hospllal idmltted; C. N. Ncely, Caruthersvllle, Mo. Linda Sallba, city. Rusty nails often mean lo:k- .nw. Make certain that Ihcre are no stray nails around your house. "f you should step on one, sec your lector immediately. » CHURCH NEWS I'HOMISKD I,ANI> METHODIST CHURCH 1). G. Illndman, pastor Chuvch School, 10 a. m. Felix Hill, supt. '•;!): . Morning Worstilp, 11 a. m. Sermon by pastor. W.S.C.S. Friday at church, 8 p. m. FIRST CHKISTAIN CHURCH H. R. Bulnl, minister Bible School, 0:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a. m. This Is stewardship Sunday and the pastor will preach -on "The Divine Plan of Church Finance". Christian Youth Fellowship meetings at '! p. in. and C p. m. Wednesday night church service at 7:45 p. m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Club-House 1IU! \V. Main "Everlasting Punishment" to the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read In all churches and Societies o! the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, October 29, 1044. The GoHen Text is: "Whciclore doth a living man complain, a man for the punishment of Ills sins? Let us search and try cur ways, and turn again to the Lord." Lamentations 3:39, 40. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "If the wicke ( i will turn from all his sins that he hath committed, and keep all niv statutes, ho :.hall surely live, he shall not die." E/ckiel 18:21. George Vfright's Caie N. Hwy. 01 niid 1'ark St. IS NOW OPEN We've remodeled interior and installed new furniture and fl\lures . . . Sandwiches, Lunches and Cold Drinks. Mrs. By mm Entertains Mrs.' M. O. Hnegscn. of Chicago nntl will attend a family reiinio ' Mrs. Paul Byrum v:as hostess lo'*"™ ta "° Ilor ° f Mrt Archcr ' members of. the- C. B. C. Club yes- son, 7 3-4; Nannie Hopper, 1 1-2; Jimmle Prances demons, 7 1-2; Evelyn Cunningham, 7 1-2; Gertrude Hoover, 7 1-2; Iva Seay, 7 1-4; Margaret Holt, 7 1-4; Dan Caldwell, 7 1-4; Opal McDcimott, 7; Dorris Abbott, 7; Louise Mulllns, 7; Mildred Meador, 7; Polly Ann Stewart, 1; Bennie Johnson, 7. •Honorable mention for the first rations—wading mud stop— somewhere west of the Siegfried line —several thousand miles from home. I'm not speaking only for myself. The rest ot the boys feel the same way, from our state and others that were neglected. I left the loveliest wife and two kids a guy' ever had to enter this mess, making the world safe for something or other. Democracy? Volunteered, too. Kissed my wife in Conn, and came overseas shortly afterwards. Voluntarily too. Yep, I've had a very nice trip IBayonne, N. J. 'Hindu Sallba, daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. Frc ( | Saliba, who has' been indcrgolng treatment nl Memphis Methodist Hospital ror two clays, will return home today. Her condition is much Improved. 9 Girl Scout News Mrs. Rosco Crafton's Lang six weeks of the first semester went thank you, Scotland, England, to the following students: Evelyn France, Belgium with very bright Ashley, Flora Jane Borowsky, Helen j prospects of settling on dcr fuch- Bttchanan, Pearl Ann Cathey, Ches- rur's own sacred soil, shortly. Evet tor Caldwell, Bobby Colcman, Shir-'-80t a couple of bronze battle stars icy Collins, Sara Ornce Joyncr, Ben °n my Spam ribbon, but prior to Luncashlre, Beulah Martin, Jean that I lived in Arkansas. Over 2 Moore and Mildred Short. I years, I diet. Nice country. Nice pco ' JUNiOR. HIGH ' p ' e ' Mother an 'l Dad live there, too „, ,, . .. Same length of time. Along with my Of the approximate 300 students wlr four brothors nn( , lhrcc s f stersJ made up 20 in junior high this year, of seventh find eighth grades, Mrs. Hosco Crnftori's Lance „'"," .""••"•"'""•s • School .Troop of Girl Scouts enter- i flr sl six weeks term talned with a Halloween party ° VJ. l .?_. ho "°!'<. ro "'\ Thursday night at the school. Black and or.ingc crepe paper ,, ,. , -. • • - decorated the roonC where a ghost Bar liolomew, Nancy Ann Damon, house and other contests .In keep- Louise Sullivan, Vivian Taylor, Mar. ing with tlie holiday season amns- ^ ri<v - Hn!D ' Lan 'V AsMcy, Maureen ed the gucsls. made outstanding averages for thi- to receive place Names of these students, without, rank, were: Pat Burks, Patty Lynn frcshments. Jeanne Campbell's Patrol No. 1 had charge of. (he .en- terlaininont. ' '•• '"• "•;•'• •':< Mrs. Glenn Lndd, president, 6f lerday afternoon nt her country ' home, which was attractive with Au- i Mrs. A. O. Balm and infant daughter, Barbara Am yesterday morning for an indc- nltc sl'ay with her mother, Mrs. have been mak- \ Montgomery, Ala., while Lieutenant Balm was! cnnle Fowler, and the hostess scrv- s tnlion«l at Maxwell Field. He now mm blossoms from her garden. ml: M wllll ,, vl Hgli f score prize was won by Mrs. n . o . Muery. They h: . J. Little, bccond high by Mrs. O. (,„ tllei] . j, omc ; ,i . Elkins and brldgo by Mrs. Len- Hie Lone Troop Association, was a guest, as were Mrs. L. S. Benish, . Mrs. R. E. Benish. Mrs, R. E. Van anuv-ci Hoos i cr nn(i Mrs jjalph Nichols. 'Twenty-live children nllenrtcd the da sandwich plate with iced drinks. i ms /Irs. Gee Is Hostess Mrs. W. Carl Phillips of Butler, transferred to Courtland, Ala., as an Instructor In the Army Air Forces. Mrs. Balm ir Ihc former Miss lone Mucry. Juno Gosnell, a student at Girls of Mrs. Glenn Ladd's troop, who arc working on first class tcoutlng work, have chosen Roberta Braccy as scribe, Gwen Littleton as treasurer, and Nancy Hamilton i'.s reporter. Maiy Jane Goforth and Gwen are the "clean-up" committee. Betty Ann Harber is Patrol • -_ , r tl It. I* mil.'.tl-. utllj JUlll Hill UC1 13 1UMUI houseguest of Mr. an (1 Mrs. University of Arkansas, I'Mycttc- - Avo lcn( i cr nssiUed by Sue Crafton, :ussell Phillips.nnd Mrs. Harry ville, Is spending the weekend here iirby were gtiesls of Mrs. E. B. with her aunt, Mrs. S. P. Martin Thursday a(ten\oon when she and fnmiSy, Imvlng come especial- , ^ nleiiained members of the Tlmrs- ly lo attend Ihe Aikansa.s-Olc Miss : lay Luncheon Club for luncheon football game in Memphis this af- nd bridge. j Icrnoon. A two-course luncheon was scrv- :d at small tables arranged in Ihe Iving room, which was altractive vith Autumn chrysanthemums. •yhilc Patrol One has Mary Margret Autcn for its leader, assisted Ann Sinotherman. Greal at. Ihe Hallowe'en i Corp. and Mrs. George E. Boyctt have returned lo Majors Field, Greenville, Texas, after spending parly given by this troop at tin LIUIe They're now hard a work on their "Hostess" badges. Troop 12 of Central Ward, whoso Students oJ this school purchase var. stamps and bonds each Tuesday 'with Mrs. Otis Shepherd's TJh huh, nice country. But we're overseas now. We don' (now enough about things bac home to be trunlifled voters. So w don't vote. "Our newspapers are tw (hree weeks old and most w hear on tlie radio is a rebroadcas so we're not abreast of the time enough to vote. I'm happy, no regrets, and awfu' ly glad to be here, cause we're beat Ing hell out'of the former Cpl's boy but I say this: somebody is cer tainly going to be fooled. We're go ing to stick together closer than some people think, when we DO get back. It's true we won't be voting .._ this time, maybe not the next. We're 7B2 roam winning honors for this overseas now, on the outside looking week's sales. • In. There will be a time, however, The Junior High School is partic- • 'Hot too far distant, when somebody ipatlng in the city-wide reading else is going lo be on the outside program with an object of improv- looking in—and it's not going to be PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth aurt Walnut Sunday School, 10 a. m. Holy Communion and Sermon, 11 m. The Rev. W. C. Krueger of Icmphis will be guest for the day, reaching on the subject of "The ilstinct Blessings of the Reforma- on." The public is invited lo attend icse services. MARGARET'S BEAUTY «ROi' 101 A. tiftt Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Ptoblcms Modern Equipment Beautician* LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Bates Sturdy, pastor Church School, 0:50 a. m. Iveron Morris, supt. Morning Worship, 10:45 n. m. Brothers, See To It", pastor's sub- ect. Youth Fellowship Groups, fi:30 p. * Evening Worship, 7:30 p. in. •The Master's Touch", pastor's sub- ect. Prayer Meeting and Choir Prac- ,ice, Wednesday, 7:30 p. in., with Mrs. W. L. Green leader of the prayer meeting. Shows Ew.ry Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN 'I O KI.CX I:N UL 12:i5 p.m. i:it p.a-. Saturday FlUST UAVTIST CHURCH E. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Philip J. Deer, supt. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Special music by Gene Spearman. Sermon by Dr. R. E. Naylor. B. T. U., 6:30 p.m. H. L. Shcrrick, director. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Sermon by Dr. R. E. Naylor. ~ f ^w&j-h-m ng reading among the students. Miss Warren Foster's speech class of the seventh grade presented an assembly program this week "Story of Davi ( | Swan" from the story of Nathaniel Hawthorne. Harold HoncyciUt was announcer and characters portrayed by Allen Berry, Bob Kirshner, Susie Crafton, Larry Ashley, Pat Burks, Charles Wheeler, Ralph Morgan, Shirley King and Martha Warring- thc Arkansas boys—overseas. SGT. HAROLD T. HENDRIX, U. S. Army Air Forces Belgium. f :ioon went to Mrs. Kirby and second high to Mrs. Phillips. , Ihcflcr- 10 day, here with his parents, Mr. lclv(icr is „„. &rl Buck ,' y , arc n,/l M,-^ tTi-,irl Ttnl'nH Cr ATl-l- ' .. I r 1_ _ ____ _ _, ._. . . .... ^. . . Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Fred Boyett Sr. Mrs.' O ff to n good start, with 21 girls jBoyctt, who has made her home registered. Ann Gatcns has been [in Nile?, Mich., with her parents, dioscn scribe for the troop The«e I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Matthews, for c |ri s n i s o arc working on their in- j'.hc past five months, returned to vitatlons for the tea at the Little Texas with Corporal Boyctt, where Hoiise tomorrow afternoon Battalion Commander Visits Company K Here Mnj. Gran J. Vaughn of Scarcy, commander of the Third Battalion, Arkansas Guard, paid an official visit, to Company K here Tlnirsdaj The local unit is meeting on Thursday night instead of Friday ' ring the fall. Lnnge Troo|) girls, with Mis. vhey will make their home while he Is stationed there. Mrs. William V. Crook, who has | been at Fort Sill, Okla., with Hallowe'en party Thursday night, j Lieutenant Crook for tlie sev- r.t the school. They have 19 niein- R«ad Courier News Want Ad». Oakes. Mrs. Robert Grimes Crafton as leader, had their leader of this group. Mrs. Eula. Riitledac and Mrs. Frank Webb left yesterday morn- Crook ">«! family. ing for Little Hock, where they will . spen;l the weekend as guests ot Mrs. Bailey was presented with a I their sisters. Mrs. Willie Archcr Brownies of Troop Two, nnde Mrs. Hug] working o: the leadership of Whitsitl, have been ernl monilis, will arrive tomorrow bers registered, morning for an extended visit with' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. n. > All 22 members of the Sudbury liicir invitations for the lea Sun I Troop are answering roll call this day. Mrs. W. D Cobb has bee J. R. Turner will leave Tues- nionlli with tlie Girl Scout pledge, helping Mrs. Whilsltt with th ly for portaECVille, Mo., where he These girls have completed their B ron|i which was organized las ^11 make his home. Mrs. Turner Invitations to the tea tomorrow year. crystal ash tray for high guest Mrs. Bud Mosley. They are lo j v;lli remain in Blytheville until the afternoon. Mrs. R. C. Norton and ' A sslad course was served. I be joined there by another sister, • first of Ihe year before going to Mrs. R. B. Stout are Iroop leaders. To,,Speed Gifts Overseas Brownies of Troop One held a "fly up' r ceremony recently at the l.iltle House, when several Brownies "flew up' 1 lo the Intermcdiale I Troops and were received by Oirl couls Ann Wilford. Sally Trlesch- lan. Ray Colston and Barbara aliba. Brownies taking the upward tep were N'ita Rose Hall, Donna !uc Gore. Carol Ann Bailey and .Iclbalinc Hill. The Star Spangled ianncr was sung and Ihe Girl -cout pledge given. Gncsts \vcre Mrs. Glenn I^add, Mrs. T. 0. Bailcv, vtri. Ray Hall and Mrs. H. is] j Ninety million Chrlslma? gitls 1 .tor men and women overseas will , be. handled by Wo new Army yiosl j office nt,lhe site nt the former ;Madison, Square Garden Bowl, In 1-vng Island City, Queens, N. Y. Three JjlocVs long and one story high, tho building will house at j (ho bfrglnnhiE C 000 cMhan workers I-land ^400 soldleis, but during the 1 t'peak'.of the parcel rush between | J September 16 nnd October 16, the >««0bne,l »»» expected to mumlier lndtng 2,OW soldiers, ac the Doatal'officer ot the V 1 ' ' ' Mew York Port of Embarkation. Uniform steam distribution In the heating system lo Insure llic health and comiovt of the workers was of unusual importance because of the shape and size ot tho building. 1 To maintain constant steam pressure and conserve fuel, the 2,200'!iOrBO'j)0\ver healing plant of four boilers is equipped willi Hagaii automatic combustion control Pittsburgh-designed, which autonia tleally regulates the stokers, fans and dampers In accordance with steam demand,, £ ---^ . ... " Industries, power plants and oven shins find that automatic couibus lion control mnVes today's thin war simply of fuel go farther. H lias not ycl been delerniineil what will be done willi this uu usual ImilclinR after the war, but II is fulfilling Ihc niii-pose tor whlel it was designed by assuring fas delivery of some 00,000.000 gifts to overseas "guys and gals" and th 12,000 G. I.'s and civilians wh speed Ihe packages on Ihelr wa will be assured healthful, eve warmth in a.building as big as .stadium.. __ ' " Beautiful New GIFTS For Weddings, Anniversaries and Ml Occasions. New Holiday Merchandise Now Here. The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN IJAI'TIST CHAl'EL Lily Street Sunday School, 0:30 a.m. Russell Baugh, supt. 1). T. U., 0:15 p.m. Miss Sarah Frances Rowland, director. FinST PKESBYTEKIAN CHUllCIl Harvey T. Kitld, minister Sunday School. 9:45 a. in. Morning Worship, 11 a. in. Pioneers, 6:45 p. in. Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY Prayer Meeting, 7:3Q p. m. Choir Rehearsal, 8:15 p. m. IUZZY KMGrIT [< »r i fl r 1' Serial A U1U fr i f Cl 1 C 1C 'Oeserl Hawk" 15 anil Short Coil. Showing Sal'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday & Mond.iy At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospllal dfnitted: Robert Beneficld, city. Mrs-. Wicker Clay, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roya inders, Rt. 1, city, a son this orning. ismissed: Mrs. O. H. Caldwell, city. Shirley Moore, Leachvillc. Nlra Mila Camper, Osceola. Inez Braflley, city. Mrs. Ernest Sparks, city. Mrs. Sir! Ing, city. Walls Hospital .dmitted: Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. rransworth, city, a son last night. Memphis Baptist Hospital FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1,. C. Uam.sey, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Radio Broadcast, 2 p. m. C. A. Class, 7 p. m. •Women's Missionary Council, 1 p. m. Special Sunday night service. Services on Tuesday and Friday, C p. m. Paramount Xcv.s and Shorts Continuant Showing tiun. 1:15 to 11 YAKURO METHODIST CHURCH D. G. Hintlman, pastor Church School, 10 a. m. Mrs. A. W. Hollingsworth, supt. Morning Worship, H a. m. Sermon by Mrs. D. G. Hindman. Mid-Week Service Wednesday, 8 p. in. W.S.C.S. 2:30 p. m. Thursday at Church, Mrs. DALTON C. FOWLSTON, B. A, M. S. M. ORGANIST and TEACHER PIANO — ORGAN and VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher For Appointment Write Mrs. Fowlston nci Chickusawba or Phone 2CKU SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, dre remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert leslgners help you with your floral needs. F.T.D. Serrte* We Deliver Anywher* Ph. 491 Mm J. M. (Mao) WUlUnu, own«i' Gleneoe BUf. with Blylheville Laundry's Better DRY CLEWING SAFE —Home cleaning is always risky even at its best. Sending your clothes to a competent dry cleaner protects both you and your garments. ECONOMICAL —You'll find dry cleaning is thrifty, too, as it makes your clothes last so much longer. Try- regular dry cleaning and see the difference! TIME SAVING —By sending your clothes to be cleaned regularly, your mind and time are free for those important things that need attention. 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