The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 4, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 4, 1944
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/AGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Son Is Born Yesterday Mr. nnd Mrs. Noble GUI of Dell nre tlie parents of a son Iwrn yesterday at nlythcvlllc Hospital. The baby has been named James Lester. The Gills iiitye another son, Noljle Jr., who Is seven. „ : 'i- '''"' Cnmino Fvpntc lr '£ tablc ' centered with a low bowl . vl >> ^omina Mems of bronze and yellow chrysanlhe- MONDAY mums. tycsleyan Seivicc Guild, First' The nine guests who attended Methodist Church sponsoring book spent the afternoon nt needle work, review and silver tea at the church, S p,m. St Stephen's Fpiscopal Auxiliary mceiing with Mrs Thomas B. Smjthe Jr, 2.30 pm ••.Woman's Auxiliary" of First Prcs- byt?rlan Church having executive board meeting at church 2 30 p m Woman's Missionary Union of .First:Baptist Church having executive board meeting at church, J:45 pm, followed by general business meeting, 2:30 p.m. , Woman's Society of Christian Ser\ ice of First Methodist Church having business meeting at church, 2.30 unii followed by study course Woman's Saeiety'of Christian Service of Lake Sheet Methodist Church meeting at chinch, 2 30 Tri-Delta Club meeting with Mrs. Fiske Miles, 8 p in x , TUESDAY Junior-Senior Parcnl Teacher Association/meeting at school, 3 p.m., preceded hy executive ho'nrd meeting, 2.30 pjn Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard and Miss Nancy Kirshne'r entertaining Dpjible G Club. La Neuve Club meeting with Miss Patricia .Wise. Mrs Paul Jobe entertaining Club Eight WEDNESDAY Mrs. Cornelius Modlriger entertaining Town and Country Cluh. Bits of News Mostly Personal ^^^'^•''••^••••••^^^^^-^••-^ Miss Hosalic Duclos arrived yesterday to spend the weekend here with her-parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. nuelos and family. She Is nt- tendlng Drauglmn's Business College In Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel P; Karris and Mrs. W. J. Pollard attended (he football game In Memphis this afternoon. Miss Sarah Frances Rowland Is i pending the weekend In Warren, Hold Services Here Approximately 100 women, representing churches of all ftiltlis throughout (lie city, attended the worship service held yesterday at- lernoon, 3 o'clock, nt First Presby- tcilnn Church uiltlcr sponsorship of the United Council of Church Women. Mrs. ZaI B. Harrison, chairman of iiie prognirn committee, was in charge of Hie devotional period of the service, whlsh included scrip- lure readings and the Lord's Prayer. Two musical numbers were given by members of lhe Ulylhevllle High School glee club, under lhe rtircc- llon or Mrs, Wilson Henry, and accompanied at the organ by Mrs. F. B. Joyner, who nlso .served na organist for the entire afternoon's service. The ficv. 'Harvey T. Kldd, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, wns the principal speaker for lhe af- , . Jones of Dyos.1. has enlisted in the Navy through me Memphis recruiting station, Local Ministers Re-appointed For Another* Year Methodist ministers in Blylhevlllc and several other Mississippi Couti- ty communities remain unchanged, according to the list of appointments read at the 109th session of the North Arkansas Conference which closed yesterday in Morrilton'. Returning to Blythevllle for their fourth year arc the Rev. 6. B. Wll- forcl, First Methodist Church, the Hcv. nates Sturdy, Lake Street Melhodlst Church, nnd Hie Rev. D. G. Hlndnmn, Promised Land-Yarbro Methodist Churches. Other ministers In the county returning to their present churches Tuesd ay Bridge Club meet ing with Mrs. Joe Litzelfelncr and son, Mrs Dixie Crawford Joe Martin, of Columbia, Mo., nre Mrs Charles Rose cut-tiding 1 spending -the weekend here as Wednesday Bridge Club suesls of her mother. Mrs. S P ADC. Club meeting wl-.i Mrs Mai [In and family. William Young Mrs. Bert Stldham Is rccuperal- Mrs T J. M/ihnn _ entertaining Ing- al her homo oh Margaret >pbnui»g mi; \V[;I.RUUU tn warren, *"c uiu^uiL; [jiuyer was given by Vrk:, as guest of her parents Mr lhe Rcv - B. S. Baird, pastor of First and Mrs. Claude Rowland. L. M. Kurtz Is ill at ills home on Highway Cl North, suffering 'from high b'oocl pressure. the topic, "The Price. Of EndiirlnS thc RCV ' J ' W ' Moorc ' Jomcl " Ul = Peace"'. The Rev. M^ I°dd ".s !n? **•*•?• Hall.'—"" — (reduced by Mr.?. James Hill Jr, president of lh e Council. The closing prayer wns given by Chipter "D" of PEO*~1 n m THURSDAY Miss Frances Mcllsney entertaining : Thursday Night Bridge Club ' Street, following n major, opera- lion which she recently underwent at Walls Hospital. George Matthews Sr., spent this week in Little Rock ns the'guest of -, thu Hev. O. M. Campbell, Manila; the Hev. Earl Cravens, Osceola; the Rcv. E. G, Knetel, Wilson; the Rcv. F. M Sweet, 10th District, • . ;; — Luxora Methodist Churchi will have a new minister, the Rev Charles W. Lewis. The Rev. Mr. Wilford again will serve ns district director of evc.n- eelism, thc Rcv. Mr. Cravens ns district director, Arkansas Methodist, nnd tho Rev. Mr. Hall as dts-' tr|ct director, Golden Cross. The Rev. W. F. Cooley, son 01 Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Caolcy of'BIy- thbvll.le, who .has been -'serving at ig :Thursday N'ighl : Bridge Club. MIss Rose. Lynn'Yatcs. wltn for- Mr. nnd Mrs. George Matthews Jr. Thursdnj Contract Club meeting "'^l' lived in Blythcvlilc, but who Ml ' s - °''a Dllts has returned home Ith Mrs F B Joynei " ow ls "inking her'home in Flint, ''team St. Louis, where' she visited Octette Club meeting \\ith Mrs Mfcl1 " underwent an appendectomy her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Wll! F Tucker Wednesday night at Hurley Hospl- Hams nnd other relatives, t Mrs M G Goodwin enteitaln- , ; ".' F ""'- Her condition is sat- Mrs. Rctta Storey Is'visiting i'n ig Fortuiahtlv Club isiaclory now. , Selmcr, Tciin., as lhe aitest nf hor Ing Fortnightly Club Club 28 having regular monthly , Mr '. " nd M rs. Ca ^' Eaton and dance at the hut, 8 pm FRIDAY Initial club mcellng Jack Mnrsh Selmcr, Tcnn., as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Delia Claunch. , — -*•* j >-«iiAi4i (Mill wiutwi , nu a. J.IU1UI <u>liluillll. two daughters, Mary Jo and Rhoii- Corp. mid Mrs, Dan Wesley Pril- (in, have moved from the house: oholt Jr., are tho parents of n son \\lth Mrs . , y "I 1 "' 6 been oc P»l>yI»g on West horn Friday nl. tlie-Dr. Fox Clinic ASH btreet, to nn opaiimcnt nt 026 The baby- their first child, hns , Wnlmif , l. -.-.::_., .^ -j. . ...u ,Vcst Walnut. osl Walnut.-- l been named Don Wesley HI. Cor( Mr. and Mrs. Clarence- dimming., pornl Prilchelt now Is in Gonmmv ,aii(i son. Clarence Wnyne, ami Miss Mr. nnd Mrs. Woodrow Wells and Lcona Carter spent-Wednesday in children, and Mr. and Mrs. Elba Memphis. . • = • Croive. nil of Don ton Hnriim- TUM, .f) Book Review To Be f-jeld Monday Night At Church Tlie ..Woslevan Service Guild o. First Methodist Church will hold its annual ,book review and sliver tea Monday'night, 8 oclock, at Blythcvlilc Hospital tha church, to which the public Is Admitted: milted, It was announced today L. C. Rambo, Rl. 2, cily The Rev Harvej T. Ktdd, pastor Born to Mr. and Mrs Noble GUI of First Prssbsteiian Crunch, will D fH, a,son this.morning re^e'\ the book, 'The Con.Im.ibn Of Dismissed:/* . , i..'. . ;'/ Tongues" by Ferguson, nnd several Hairy'. Walton, Charier Oak Mo pnno solos will be given by Mrs Doyle:Wayne,Morgan, Mnnll'a •' I-onise Wadenpfuhl, supervisor ol :•, . \vnlls Hosniial • public s;hool music m the city etc- Admitted- •- ; , mentary schools Mrs: Say Morgan, Deli following the evening's program, Dismissed- tea will be served in tlie recrca- Mrs. Kenneth YOUIIB m.ri l ticn room of the church Icily. • 8 nn " l Mrs Albert Williams is chairman ! Mrs, Morris Bi-ock and Imhv ^i of the anangemenUi committee, as '" "" 5 ' cU misled by Miss Mary Hiibler, Miss At The Hospitals , Mich are visiting relatives nnd friends _, of Ravendcn Springs, Ark., : has arrived here to mnko his hoine with Ills daughters Miss Pearl Spencer and Miss'Knlh- ryn Spencer. • COURTS nocenl sessions of Municipal Court have been mostly routine cases with practically all of the defendants paying off or forfeiting bonds without uppcarlitR In 'court. CUSPS 'oJ driving while under the influence of liquor have resulted In these being lined or forfeiting bonds: Phil Orison, Jack Moody, Floyd Patterson, W. B. FreeinaivEinmctt Tedford, Thomas Wllllard Loyden. Lawrence Hossell also was charged with leaving the scene of an accident in which a. motorist struck a. wafion. Roy Shepherd also was charged with leaving the scene of an' accident which resulted in another $25 fine. Charges of disturbing the peace resulted In these paying fines or forfeiting bonds: Wilbur Fay Thompson; Andy Barker, Stanley Hourd, Robert Woodlow, James Kenley, Willie Smith, Charles Walker RlcJinrd Dyrd, Bill Dlxon, Elbcrt ROS.S, Flossie Holloway, "Red" Mc- , and Darlos Jones. Charge of carrying concealed weapons resulted In these arrests and disposition of the cases: Alton Laird, Buster Williams, Armp Campbell and Howard Williams. Henry Pratt was fined on a charge ol reckless driving. : A charge of assault with a deadly weapon resulted in Eddie Moody forfeiting bond. Lie lit. n. T. Kohler and Tom Clemens were fined on traffic charges. A charge of vagrancy against Raymond Scott resulted In suspension .of fine provided he left Blythevillo. Facilities Secured For Messages To Prisoners Kcndal] Berry, chairman of the Chlckasawbn District of the American Red Cross, has received a wire from National Headquarters Informing him ' that . facilities- have been secured for messages to be delivered -to. all known prisoners of FIRST ISAPTIST CHURCH K. C. Di'own, paslor Sunday School, 9:40 a. m. P. J. Deer, supt. Morning worship, 10:30 a. m. Octette, "Remember Now Thy 'reator", Misses Margaret Graham, Ruth Ilcnd, Joyce Damon, Joyce nmers, Julia Aim Woodson, Carlynn .Hood, Mrs, Henry Shannon and Mrs. R. C. Farr. B.T.U., 0:30 p. m, R. I,, Sherrick, director. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. Solo, Corp, Everett Gunn. Sermon by pastor. hAPTI^T CHAPEL Sunday-school, 9:40'. q.m. Rus- iel) Bafighji'jsupt. B.T.O,; 6:15 . p. m. Miss Sarah Prances Rowland, director. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARKNE F. W. Nash, p'asior Sunday School, 9:45 a. in. Morning Worship, I0:50'a. m. Pastor will preach. Service for Young People, 1 p. in. Evening Service, 7:45 p. m. Pas- tor.will preach. Wednesday, .'7:45 p. jn, Prnj\;r meeting. Temporary-place of meeting for all services, the Armory Building at; corner of Second and Sycamore Streets. • — .--: ^ -•-« -;r^*. ..*.*,i.i ft uv uvutm • lu n 11 Known prisoners ol Slloam Springs, Ark',, has been war or civilian Internees in the transferred to Harrison Methodist Philippine^ upon -their liberation. Clllll'Cll. ' ' ' IVriniiflt- n.»- i-nlnl-i.i n ^ ~r . I1.U _ Mary Ann Smith Crowned Queen.-v.* Last Night Miss Mary Ann Smith reigned as homecoming queen at last night's homecoming game between member':: of the Biylheville and Joneslioro football tennis, played at Hnley Field. Her court Included Misses Jean Moore, Mary LynjiBenn, A'!" Dec'ij, Louise Mulilns, 1 ' Mary Nuiin 'iiiia Betty Jane Smith. .. Escorted by Jim Smart, president of the Red; RaK-.oqs, the nucen and,, her court "were' met iit the center of the field by (he present captain of the football s<|uad, Joe Ratcllff, : Friends or relatives of either prisoners or-intqrnees known to be in the Islands, nnd whoso full address is known, tire asked to get In,touch with the to! Red Cross office Immediately in order to secure the proper blanks' for- trans- milling Hie messages, Miss Llmbird slnlcd. Mr. anil Mrs. Jewell Onts nre the ftml by -"'"""V Stafford, captnin of parents of a son born Saturday "nl lho ' tenm lmtil hc lecel ^<l «» in- •Ihe'Dr. Fox"ciinlc. Tho''bnUy has- J F y '" a I'feS'oub.gamc "' . been named Gary Doiigtas: . ^ear, lAs the roll of drums echoed acids* IDA by Mrs Ebb Rejnolds, bunco by Mrs. Eastbnrn! , Eveljn Parker and Miss Eutopla Whltvu th • • » Mis. Lynch' Is Hostess Mrs. B A 'Lynch cnterlnining membe-s of the Mld-Week Club Thursday afternoon at her home, also was hostess to t«o additional guests, Mrs Hunter Sims and Mrs Robert Porter of Detroit, houseguest of the Lynchs Luncheon was served at the dining table, whlch'was cenlered \\lth an arrangement- of Fall flowers. Bridge ^as plajed during Uie af- lernoon, with high score prize among club members won by Mrs Cecil Shape, and among gue'ts by Mrs. Porter. • • • Bunco Club Enteitainecl Mixed Fall Ilbwers decorated the entertaining /rooms of the W. S. EaLtbum home yesterday when Mrs Eastburn was hostess to members of the Initial Club and one .additional, guest, Mrs. Alvis Harris. In .the fcurica gfiihes pl?,yed during the aftcrncon, high score prize was .yfon by'Mrs. Claude. Stewart and Follcwing the-games, officers for the club ucre elected, with Mrs W C Colston as president, Mr B Lane Nowell as secretarv, and Mrs Herman May, reporter The hostess 1 served p £-, i_wich plate with coffee. Mrs. Rhodes Entertains For Ladies Bible Class Mrs Sam Rhodes.was hostess to members of the Ladies Bible Class of First, Methodist" Church last night when she entertained with a party at ner home, Twelve class members attended, as well as one guest, Mrs Mike Meroney Games in keeping mth the ap- pioachtng Thanksgiving holiday were plajed under the direction of Mrs John Foster and Mrs O N Han kins The devotional period was given by Mrs Sallie Hublcr, and wem , tcrs \oted to hate a pot-luck sup , Per for their Christmas party th ^ «>?t Friday night in December. , The hostess served a dessert Course. 1 • « * • ' Luncheon Given Thursday ,'.' Mr* O- O Hubbard nnd Mrs H ^ R'Brandon,jwere hostesses Tnurs- 'l\ day " after no<>ii to several of their s,v{ 1 ? nds ™cn they entertained with -aauncheon al the HubWd'home and jellow chrysanthemums « ) « bu < la «w arranged ut "* "fcrt»Snb« looms e, house. ' -r*, I«icbeon wu terred u the din Harbor, city s Mc " lot " 51 . Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harper arc '1'° ncl ''. Miss Smith v>as presented lhe pnrcnta of a son born Salurday * il1 ' a bouquet ot flowers and thc at the Dr. Fox Clinic. The baby hns provvn was plitced upon her'head,bj been named Homer Lee. ihe captain before the entire nudi Mrs. Clara Hornberger has hnd ns' cn cc stood to sing the Alma Mater ' j her guests this week her nephew, i SO "S preceding the opening klekoff l_ Fred Jones iind Mrs. Jones of Un- of tlle game. '""""•• '"— "•••'••" tho half,, niembers,of lhe i by thcir'drum liinjofi Miss Virginia villc, Mo. Sue Batlcr," Cnrulhers- Mrs. T<xl Green, city. Mrs. Zolma Powell, Reiser. Manila Legion Names Jack Tipton Commander MANILA, Ark., Nov. 4—In a spc- la) election held last night at the American Legion Hut/ Jack Tip- d are as follows: first vice, Wil- inm Slill; 2nd vice, Charles Long- Adjulant, s, P. Mnnnings;' Finnncc Dfficer, Leonard Stecn; Service Officer, Bill Curtwright: Historian. Jack Upton, Sergeant-at-arms, toy Stccn. Installation services will be held Wednesday night, Nov. 8. "During tlie past low years", Mr. Tipton said, "we, the members of Ion City, -Tenn. Miss Celin Mlves hns [jonc lo band/le l>ll.->a \^UULI lVMLL-3 [1US gOllC 10 Ullllu , ll -n UJ 1111:11 U1UJ11 IllttJUT, iVllSS' Fayctteville, Ark., for a-visit wilh , Prances Slionsc,, and the four nm- i-oiniivnc jorcttes, gave several specialty numbers, including the traditional Chlck- n grandfather's ..„._.. on was elected Conimamie, Herman Davis Post 197, for thai „ •••-; '••-• year, other officers elect-' Irs - J - N - Bo'lingcr nnd dmigh- , , ,hls American Le g i OIl , been burdened with Inck of neccs- ^ary financial aid and cooperation' and a complete mlsunderstancl'lng of people in our section. Tlie only difference between a pat on the back and a kick in lhe panls," he said, "Is just about one good foot." He urged every member to get behind the officers and make this post the finest tribute of any post in the state to men of World War 1 and a post of honor and appreciation '" '*-- ----- "-• •• -present relatives Mr. nnd Mrs. Orrin Hunt had as their guest this week Ms sister, Mis. Ruth Heiirn of Tnlsn, Okia. Williird Davis, who hns cotnplcteci his boot training In the Marine Training Base nt Paris Island, N. C,, Is at.honje for a-10-day furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Aslinbrnnner nnd daughter, Palsy, have returned lo their home In Detroit, Mich., after a visit with liielr parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Houston are the parents of n soil born Friday 1 j at Robinson's Clinic, Tlie baby hns . ! been named Jnnies'Wuyne. ters, Carol Denn and Mnry Ethel, have relurued'home after spending a week in St. Lonls. Mrs. May Bunch has returned to her home In Manila after working for the past 16 months in n defense plant in Dearborn, Mich. Miss Peggy Downing has returned from Detroit, Mich., where she spent n month with Mrs. Myrtle Pearson iind daughter, Mrs. Jewell While. Mrs. fvan Brown of San Pedro, Calif., has arrived to spend several weeks with Mrs. W. R.. Brown and family. I Tlie Rcv. and Mrs. O. M. Campbell nnd the Rev, F. M. Sweet spent this week in Morrilton, where they attended the annual conference of Northern Arkansas Methodist Churches. asixw dance and ilock' formation. have tp the ones fighting this war. Trout- with pink flesh contain more vitamin A than trout with white flesh. . ; Mr. Farmer: We Con Add Months To The Life Of GUARANTEED WORK — CEILING PRICES MODINGER-POETZ TIRE CO. Hwy. 61 North Phone Z2«i Wounded In Action Pvl. Cecil Terry, husband of Mrs. Nellie Teiry of Lenchville, has been wounded in the European area, the War Department lias announced. Football Scores Llltle Rock'20, El Dorado 7. Hot Springs fl, Hope 0. Riif.seHvillc 2fi, Benton 0. Pine Bluff 20, N. Liltle Rock B. I-^ordyco.lB. Malvern G. Dnkl Knob 40, Tiumnii 0 Ltke^ViUage 26, (McQehee 0 Pnns 13J Atkins r O ' Miimimn 14, Folrest City 0 Bnnklej 47, Clarendon 0 Aslic'own 19,' Ma'o'nola 0. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 10-14 'CHURCH NEWS AT FIRST SIGN OF A-' -- i.s~J t =666 CoW Preparations as directed USE FOR SALE Property north of Court House, running from Railroad oiist to Second Street, approximately 175 feet deep. Will consider all offers. Permanent Address Mrs. S. S. Sternberg P. 0. Box 387 Blythcviile, Ark. Nolc: If I am out nf the city jour letter sent to my BKthevllle address will be forwarded. J. LOUIS CHERRY NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Let Us Worry About Winter Wash Days . can avoid tlie dangers of steamy rooms and hanging up cold damp clothes. Send you laundry lo Blythcviile Laundry anil le( us do Hie dirty work. Then you can use the time saved for useful war work and keep your health, too. Don't take chanccs-lel us do all the worrying about winter FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 T FOR BETTER DRY CLEANING STEAM LAUNDRY FIRST PBESBVIEIUAN CHURCH Ila/vey T. Kldd. minister ,(• Sunday school, 9;45 a. m. v Morning worship, n a. m. The American Legkm will be our guests. Pioneers, 0:45 p. m. Evening Service, 7:30 p. in. WEDNESDAV Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. in. Choir Rehearsal:^ p. m. METHODIST CHURCH S. U. Wilfcril, pastor Church School, 9:45 a. in. U. S. Branson, snpt. There will be no worship service at the church Sunday morning or Sunday Evening. Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:30 p. in. FUM, GOSl'KT- TAHEHNACLE .Ira M. llryce, paslon Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Roy Handlcy, supt. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sermon by pastor. Children's Church, 0:30 p. in. Mrs. Ira M. Bryce In charge. P.Y.P.A., 1:15 p. m. ' Evangelistic Service, 8 p. m. Mid Week Services Tuesday and Friday, 8 p. m. . Radio Broadcasts Monday and Friday, 2:30 p. m. A friendly welcome to all. night, 7:30 o'clock. Prayer Meeting and Choir Practice, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Pot-Luck Supper and Men's Meeting Thursday night, 7:15 o'clock, with the Rev. Harvey 'i' Kldd, pastor of First Pretbyterinii Church, guest speaker. CJ1KISTIAN SCJKXCIU SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse, U1C \\ Slain ADAM AND FALLEN MAN Is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read In all Churches and Societies of lhe Church of Christ Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden' Text is:' "Sin shall not have dominion over you: for ye arc not under the law, but under grace" Romans (5:1-1. ' Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from lhe Bible: "So Clod created man in his own image, in the imago of Gud created he him-" Genesis 1:27. FIKST ASSEMBLY OF COD cmmci? Hcv. I,. C. Ramsey, pastor Sumlny School; 0145 a. in. Morning Worship, 11 a. in. Radio .worship, 11 a. m. - Radio Broadcast, 2 p. m ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL | C. A. Class, 7, p. "m. Thomas B. Smytlic Jr., minister Women's Missionary Council, 7 9:30 a. in. Church School, p. m. 11 a. in., Holy Communion and Evaiigelislic Service, 8 p. m. ?oi-mon. | Services every Tusedny and Fri- Thursday, 7:00 p. m., pot luck da - v . 8 P- m. , . ., Pa rich-Family supper In the parish hull of the First Christian Church. We shall show the motion picture ''We, Too, Receive. 1 ' — — — CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH . " - Osceola Ihomas B, Smythe Jr., minister 7:30 p. m. evening prayer and Je ™°"; Monday 2:30 p. m., Woman's Auxiliary at the home of Mrs-. C. S - Davls ' - LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Bales sturdy, pastor Church School. 9:50 a m • Tvprwm. Morris, aipt. Morning Worship, 10:45 a m "We Enter Another Year" pastor's subject. Youth Fellowship, 0:30 p m Evening Worship, 7:UO n m "We Fix Our Goals," pastor's subject Boaid of Stewards, Tuesday RITZ & Monday THEATRE Manila, Ark. , Nov. 5 & 6 Visit Us fu Our NEW BUILDING Located at 121 E. Main St. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Healer - Paris & Service 121 K. Main Mione 2122 DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATH 1C PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY \ (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 114 MA!B BlytheviUe, Ark. Phone 2*21 ! Mrs. DALTON C. FOWLSTON, B. A, N. S. M. ' ORGANIST and TEACHER of PIANO — ORGAN and VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher For Appointment Write Mrs. Fowlston 1101 Chlckosawba or Phono 2049 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are al- Ttays fresh, Mid, all work U guaranteed to please. Let our expert leslgners help you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP i F.T.D, Strrtt* ' We DtUnt Annrbcra •rb.411 Mrt. J. M. (H«) WOUuu, «wn*r Qlenmo Bld|. Beautiful New GIFTS For Weddings, Anniversaries and AU Occasions. New Holiday Merchandise Now Here. The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S 3EAUTY SHOP IM fl. Ptnri Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Modern Equipment Expert Beautician! Contmaou£ Shows E?ery Day Bor Office Opens 1:45 Show Stsrts 2:00 LISTEN 1O KLON it »J»- 12:4S *jn. «:» . Saturday Melody Trail willi Geim Aulry and Smiley liurnetle Serial—"Black Arrow" I and Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday In Society with Abbott and C'ostcllo Paramount News Sliort Continuous Showing Son. 1:15 to-li COMING SOON TO THE RITZ THEATRE The Master Knee—with George Coulouris and Standlcy Iliclges. Two Girls and a Sailor—with Van Johnson & Jhninlc Durantc y Going My Way—with Bing Crosby and Ilisc Stevens Since You Went Away—with Clau- iletlc Colbert, Joseph Cotten and Shirley Temple. K>tlne« But. & Snn. Oolj Opens each night G:!5; «Urt> V Opent Sond»j 1:00; SUrti 1:11 C«r,tlnaoDs gbotn Sftt. ant gnv Nltht Every Nltht honored on JBH<»J tK Saturday Colt Comrades with William Boyd A- Andy Clyde Serial: "Raiders of Ghost City" 4 ami Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:53 Sunday and Monday Shadow of a with Teresa Wright and Joseph Colten Fox News and Shorts Coattnaou Sho^lnj Sac. 1:15 to 11

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