The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 11, 1944
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fAGE'TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1944 Comihg Everit^, Bridge Club Has Party 'j ,„„, Colorful Fall Ilowers from tlio Women's Missionary Union, First garden of the hos^ss, formed on anLt church, meeting in circle attractive background for the Uo MONDAY ,,groups: Churcli, meeting — Circle 1, Mrs. G. W, Af- youngsters TfiihR Trusting^ Mothers Are Ju& Gullible „.„„,,... flict, circle 2, Mrs J. P. 1 'Circle 3, Mrs. W. J. Wimderllch: Circle 4, Mrs. Raymond Schmuck: Circle 5, Mrs C. E Parks Woman's Society of Christlovi Setvlce. First Methodist Church, meetiii" at church for W sl.lp service and offer..- senanceof Hie Week of P Self-Dental,- 2:30 p. in tables of bridge.- players yesterday 'afternoon when Mrs. C. J. Little entertained members of the C.C.C. Club and one additional guest, Mrs. Alma Soberer, at a bridge party. High score (or the afternoon wns won by. Mrs. Paul Byrum, second "Woman's Society- of Service; take Street Christian _ _ Methodist Church, meeting nt home of Mrs William Maloney for program and social, 2 30 p m Women's Council of First Clivls- iliui Church, meeting with-Mrs. K L Ward, 2 30 p m Women's Auxiliary of First Pres- bjteriin ChuicH meeting in circle groups: Circle 1, Mrs. C. M. Gray, with.Mi-s. H. C. Layson, co-hostess'- '• Circle 2, Mrs. E. R. Lanca- ihne Cil-cle 3, Mrs T J Mahan, with Mrs. James H. Bell, co-hostess: Circle 4, Mrs. Walter Day. Business nnd Professional Wo men's Chili meeting with Miss lone George, 7:30 p. m. Men 'of Presbyterian meeting for supper at church, 7 p, in. Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich entertain- in? Gleaners S S Class ol First Bap 11st Church, 8pm TUESDAY Mrs C B Crigger Jr., entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club Club Eight meeting with Mrs Charles Langslon Miss Peggy,\yhite entrctnlning La Neuve-Club'/ Mrs C C- Langslon and. Mis II W Wjlle cniertalning will luncheon at Hotel Noble, 1 P in for members, of CharIe\oK Chaptei of the D A-R Double G 'Club hicellng with Mrs. Albeit K .Taylor, WEDNESDAY Central ' Waul Paienl Teachei AEsccialion meeting at school, 3 p in, pieceded by executive board meeting, 2-30 p m. Town nnd County Club meeting with Mrs. 1 -R/C." Rose. Mrs. Charles, Rose, entertaining Wednesday Bridge, Club. ADC Club 1 meeting with Mrs. Ben :HarDole': THURSDAY Mrs J C Ellis entcilnlnlng Oc- tette Club Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs M 0 Usicj. Mrs Willard H. Pease eiitertaln- ins; Thursday Night Bridge Club. Thursday contract Club meeting with Mrs G E Keck Mrs R F Klrshtier cnlcitojiilng Thursday Luncheon Club •_;'FRIDAY- Initial tflub meeting: with "Mrs Bits;of News; |l! Mostly Personal ob-j high by Mrs. \V : , S. Ltingdon-and ..ud Mrs. Lemlennle Fowler. The hostess served spaghetti with hot coffee. • » • Herricks Have Daughter • Mi'., and Mrs. Gordon Heirlck are the parents of n daughter born last-night: at Walls Hospital. The baby has not yet been named. • The HeiTicks have another daughter and n son. • • » S. S. Class Party Giveu Kntlierlnc Wcstbrook cntcitainei neinbers of.the Ideal Class of Firs' Baptist Sunday School with a party as I'night at the home of her parents, Mr. ami-Mrs. J: T. Weslbrook. Church Pn jj flowers in colorful hues,were arranged throughout the house, nnd the, 14'guests, girls of the teen age, spent several hours playing games, before a dessert course of ice cream and cake.- was served. Iss.^Mliinje. Brown Is tcachci of the..class. 1 ' Mrs. Weedman-Is Hostess G. N. B. Club members met; last night with Mrs. Robert Wecdman for their regular, weekly bunco par- ly, with all'members present. Bunco prize went to Mrs. Norvcl Humphrey, high to Mrs. John Brilj- hart, mid low to Mrs, C. B. Ket- t(nger, A salnd course was .served. Celebrates :65th Birthday James Monroe-Terrell of A i more celebrated •, his G5lh birtlidny : Wed ncsdny". at. his,.home, tertjilned with u family illnnc party,- , Included among- the guests .wei three of -Ills children, Marvin Ter rell and fnmiljvof Holland; J.- Terrell and'fninily and'Mrs. \V1 InnijLong, of Blythevillc, amK liazeljDompscy,' also of Blythevlll Initial. Club Entertained , Mr. and Mis. Earl McGregor have Had as their guests for the past two days, Mr. and Mis. Willie Drum- wrlght. of; Illplqy, Tenn., Pfo./ Edwin bnnhwrlght of the Marine Corps, stationed In San Dlcgp, Calif., niul the Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Gallup of Dycss, Ark. Mre. Clyde Newman and daughter, Fnye, will.leave tomorrow mom- ing for Little Rock, where, they will join Private Newman and make their home while he Is stationed there, at Camp Robinson. Lieut. Thurmon McDcrmotl, who is stationed In Memphis, is the weekend guest.of.his,aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Tlnirmon.'Mc- Gregor. Mrs. John Nichols ol Dyorsburg Tcnn., arrived. yesterday to speru several days-as the guest: of Mrs S. P. Martin nnd family. •Misses Gall and Lois Eich, stu dents : at Gulf Park College, Gulf jiort, Miss., arc spending.the week end here with Ihcir parents, Ml and Mrs. Loy Eich and family, hnv ii'ig come especially,to bp with 'licl Porkers Ready -or Honfie.coming, Gprne With Riee ; FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., Nov. 11 .UP)—Tlie Unlvci'slly of Ai-kniisas Innoitatks, seeking tlieli seupnel onfercncc victory and Uielr first, vlii over Rice since 19J8, will meet. !io Rice Owls in^the annual hoiiie- omltiK game in nairartack stadium it 2 Ults nficriioan. Advruice tlck- •ts- for Ihe game were the largest, h history. . / Arkansas must down Rice' If it s to stay In the running for the Southwest Conference title. Although injured In lijst Satin 1 - ny.RIITIIiMILIJ5.TT ,'Ihe two pretty"college girls.were talking over the wccdcnd they hod Mii-nl at home and one of them tcld ho;v she had managed-tospend an evening at a joint her father had told her to keep away..'from> "Parents are so gullible," she said as she finished her story^and both girls laughed Indulgently. parents today must bis, gullible.;, how do' you accpun^.'fpr, Hie numbers of sweet-faced young kids strolling along downtown streets at night, their giggles^'and side-wise glances at boys in uniform telling the worjd, they are just waiting to be picked;up. Certainly their parents don't, know what they ate up to. They must!think they are at a movie, or listening to records at one of the gh'ls' houses, or studying for a mythical exam. : And. the young girls sitting. poorly -MglUpd; taverns, Eroding nore..sentimental with each .'drink. Their parents must be so gullible ,hey don't even tit up to sec what time- th>ir kid*-, get, 'W" 6 . •tytf '.vhetheror.iiiot they have had ahy r thing itoidrjnk. , . ClIUKCiU OF THE NA/ARENE IV W.' Nash,'i>astor ; Sunday School, 0:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a. in. Pastor will preach. Service for Young People, 1 p. m. Evening.Service,' 7:45 .p. in. Pastor will preach. • Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. Player Meeting. All-services are being, held tem- orarily. in; the Armory, Building durin? construction, of the new rcli! building. Of- course,- parents, 1 k« ,to.-.belleve w.ha(e*er*tV lr kids {tell; them. It is so co'Jnfofclihg to., thliuLlhty, sweet little Susie is'studying algebra with Jane. It would:be mighty uncomfortable., .if. mother .let, herself wonder if 6usie : might not be somewhere'else.'; i But In*these..times,parents can't afford the temporary peace of mind they-receive, from, being-.what, they call, trusting, and their- k|ds call gullible. They : ought to make it their business to KNOW what thelc kids,are. up to. lay's gnme with Texas A. and M., TU nn L en ivinn Rnzorbnck. halfback Frank Schu- I I 'Ui I IN. ay _ I V II iy Menu Planned For GIs Here nchyk is expected to see some action, today, lint it is doubtful that Alton Baldwin, the Razorback's leading ground gainer, will gel In the. game because of a shoulder In- Jury received In the Aggie game. Trayweek Services He/d;This Afternoon. ] Funeral services were held this nflernoon for Connie - Trayweek, 24- year-old, fanner, who died Thursday, at his lionie in the Forty am} Eight community. The Rev. T. L. ' - ;. -., , v,-- -T, -- - - i lit; I(UV. 1. Lj- irtiwi.^, n-nn;- molhcr .who is recuperating at, Bly cost(> -| .nitnlstcr of Osccola, conduct-"' eV i"L 5fF " . 1 ' 01 ^,"^ "^J^":' ^rites »t- Number Bight Cemetery. Herman,May. Mrs O O Elkins entertaining C B C Club G N B' Club meeting J. F; Nolen. Mrs. Ptcgiessive Rarty Given By Red.Pepper ..Club Gills A" progressive suppei party wns given Thursday, night for 22 members of, the Red Pepper. Club, with several of. the girls entertaining atjiheir, homes during the evening An appetizer course was served nt the home of, the president, Miss rroup Mrs.' Jack Marsh .-was hostess member!; rff.tlie InlUnl terday afternoon,•'entertaining nl lier - : 'horrie;, ,vvlilch' : was attractively .'decorated ; with'Fall flowers.v'.. BUnco- prize was won by ilie .lostcss, high by Mrs. W. S. Easl- burn and. low by Mrs. Lnno.Nowe)l. Birthday Party I s Given Mrs. C. S. Birmingham:, entertained 22 .guests .Thursday, night: at lier , Ironic., on- South First Street,, honoring her..son, Tony BinuliiK- 1mm, wIi6.ceicbiT.tcd ills 13thbirth- (iay Ihrit, diiy.. Oames were. played lor several hours, with' prizes awarded • the winners. ' Refreshments of: birthday cake cy, appendeclpmy which she un- dcrjvcnt .early.thls week. Miss. Onrllynn, Hood will leave Monday for 'niqson, Ariz., where 10. will join her parents., Mr. and Irs. S. M. Hood and her brother, Cenncth -Hood, to make her, home. Miss Rospmiiry, Child is spending ,he weekend In Jonesboro. as the uest ot her cousin. Miss Juanlta Vllllams, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wcstbrook nd family had. as their., guest Thursday and:Thursday night, Mi Veslbnvik's brother, Sci'gt. nil Vcstbiook, who, recently returned o the United Stales after 3'1 nonths of service with the. Arm) Air Forces in the,, Southwest Pacific. Sergeant Westbrook. was en •oiitc to Atlanta, Ga., for a vlsi with his mother before reporting ;o a rest camp in Florida. Mr;}. A. G. Shlblcy H,iid,daughtcr Miss Josephine Shtblcy, have re turned from, Dawson, Ga., whcr they attended the'funeral of Coi| John Rogers Saliba, brother c Mrs. Shlblcy. Misses Patricia and Carolyn, Chili freshmen at Holy. Angels Academ In Jonesboro, are spending the weekend, here with their parents, Dr. nucV'Mrs. Fred Child. Cobb Funeral Home -was to be in liarge. X>,. Attend Meeting. Mrs Rosa Hardy, principal of the ligh school./Miss, "Winnie' Virgil Turner, city supervisor of, cleincu-, Miss Mary Outlaw, and Supt. W. B. Nicholson will go to Little- Rock Monday where they vili attend a crs meeting-. HAAF personnel will, celebrate Thanksgiving Day, on.Nov^ 23,;by sitting down to ; a, meal consisting of turkey.and "all the Irimmih's," post mess officers announced today. Included in the 'menu.-will be turkey, cranberry, sauce, gjbiet gravy nut dressing, .snowflakc or caiidled sweet potatoes, yellow, bantam corn buttered asparagus, stuffed-.celery sliced tomatoes, mixed sweet pickle's hot rolls and butter, mince,.ple.-ice cream, vanilla white, cake,-lemonade coffee, assorted fruits, mixed nuts nnd candy. . Other features of .the. Thanksgjv- !uB Day celebration •. at. BAAF an incomplete, but it. is .probable tha II'L 1 Special Services Office.will sp?n SIT a party, or dance for enlistee pr.honncl.nn'.l.-.ll-iir guests..- , hnd ice cream were served by the hostess, assisted -by -Mr. Leon'an , ,,, , "nd Miss Ruth Lovcll. Rosemary Child, , before v.ent to the home of Miss . .ley Barham for a salad couue The m^ln fioursc of the c\eiuug was, _ f _, . j served at the Joyncr home, witlu R. L. SnGrr/CrC Heads Miss Sarah Grace Jojncr as hostess, and later they went to the picture show. The dessert course of .the evening was servei-,at the . home of. Miss Betty.. Jane -Smith after, the show. All the homes were attractively, decorated; with : Autumn, flowers.; R. L. Sherr|ck has, been electee president of the Brotherhood ; Or Eanizntion.. of the First Baptis Church. Oilier officers, who will scry Miss Luna,By \vllhctin-ls, sponsor of the group. * » * Gleaneis Class To Meet Members of the Gleaners Class of Firrt Baptist Sunday School will be : entertained' Monday , nlghf; 8 o'clock, with a party, at the home of Mrs. W. Jj Wunderlich at-820 Kearn Street. All class members arc invited to p.ttend the party. • • • Son Born Saturday Staff Sergt. and Mrs.. George A. Eieford announce. the,. birth . of a son last Saturday., al Blythevllle Armj Air Field Hospital The child has been named George Anthony. Mrs. Sieford is the. former. Miss Harriet Pajne, daughter of Mr. and, Mrs, W. H. Payne. with. Mr. Shcrrick, in the. rcccntl , society, arc ROECO Craf Jon, membership . vice- president Charles. Ray Newcomb, progiai vice pretident; Russell Baugh, ac tivitlcs- vice president; Frmikli Atkinson, secretary-treasurer; Eb C arson, choriste.r., Negro .Church Group, To Hear'Bishop.Russell Bishop C. L. Russell of Washington.. D. C.. will preach• tomorrow morning, n o'clock, nt,''Carter's Temple for the filial serviqe of the Arkansas Conference of the Cotoi- ed Methodist Episcopal Chuicli liich opened here early, this week ApiiointmciiL of pastorales for the omliig year, will be announced at lat lime. Yesterday's session wns featured ith the remainder of the reports f- (lie district, a sermon by the ev. J. F^ Findley, pastor of the Vynne slntloii,- and brief talks iy visitors. These included Dr. W. S. Martin, cncral superintendent of' Collins Chapel, Coiinectional Hospital, Memphis; Dr. B. Julian Smith, cnernl secretary of Religious E(l- icatlon, Chicago; Dr. A: W. War- imck, pastor. Collins Chapel, Colo I, rd. ircthodlst Episcopal Church, Memphis; Dr. C. D. Boyd, general secretary of conference claimants^ Memphis; Dr. F. L-. Lewis, general secretary, of. the Kingdom. Extension Dcpai'tnienl, Shreveport, Ln.; Dr. E. P. Murclihison, presiding elder of the. Chicago district, and Ihe Rev. J. E. Bufford of El Dorado.. The conference missionary \vomen sponsored a program in which the Rev. J. E. Bufford was. principal speiiker. . The- society will a bai o,uct given Tuesday nigh Nov. 21, at, 0:45 o'clock in tl Young People's . Department of tl church for all. men of thca-ii Head Courier Newn Want Ada. lie. The baby has been •,. named Imrles Baxter Southern Jr. Pvt. J.' W, J - BOinar,' who has. been aklng hU basic ; train,Ing., at-. Fort Iccleilan, Aia.;',!s-spcndliig-his 10^ ' fu^lpiigh 'hcrc»wit\i h|s.-'mother . M^ry /.Biimar and . family. ',-""-' : -:s'.- FIRST ASSEMBLE OF GOD CHURCH L. O, Hamsey, pastor Sunday, Scliopl.i 9:45- a!.; m'.'' Morning Worship, n'a. m. Radio. Broadcast;. 2 p. m.... C. A. Class lor Young j'ebple, 7 p. in. Women's : Missionary Council, 7 p. m. Evangelistic Service, 8 p. m. Services every 'luesday, and Friday; 8 p. m. Everyone Is Invited to these services. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S. li. U'ilford, puston Church School, 9:45 a. in, U: S. Branson, supt. Morning.Worship, 10:55 a. m. Junior Fellowship, 7 p. m. Evening Service, 7:30 p. in. Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:30 p. in! YAKBKO METHODIST CI1UKCH I). G. Illndmiin, pastor Church School, 10 a. m. Mrs. W. A. Hollingswoi'th, supt. Worship service, 11 a. m. Church Board of Education Tuesday, 8 p, m. at .home of Mrs, Ncta Bunch. Midweek service Wednesday, 8 p. m. W.S.C.S. Thursday, all day. at til? home of Mrs. Joe Freeman. CHRISTIAN- SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse v 141C W. Main "Mortals and Immortals" Is the subject'Of Ihe Lesson-Sermon which .w 111 t'bej.. read -In. all Churches and Societies of the- Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. ' 'The Golden Text is: "As is the earthy, such are ihcy also that lire earthy: and as is the heavenly, such ai'e they also that are heavenly." I Corinthians 15:48. Among the citations which comprise, the Lesson-Sermon is the fol- .owing from the Bible: "For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive." 1 Corinthians 15:22. he, p.arerits'iof'a'son'^'bprn: Satur ay, }>ipV.:,4 at/Memphis -Methodls Hospital. Tiie'phllrj'has been iram d i ' 1 Arl'ahd''Tc 1 r 1 ryi' 1 . ;A.- w.- -'Hlplia^dSj seaman 2-c In he U. 'S. ; Coast; Guards; : and -Mrs. Richards/ have .spent the. past ev^r'al days in. Stfele, with -friends. jr. Rlch'ards . left Thursday night or his .base ftt v Pa.tiixenti River, iind"Mrs^ Richards" left- yes-, ' I/AKF, STREET METHODIST ATiFIRST' SIGN OF.A; Cold ( P'eparat>°" s as directed. Keeping Up With The Men In Service Pvt. William (Bill); Smith Lon son of'L. O. Long of Sandy.Ridge,; raid husband of the i former. MJss Sue Terrell of-Annorel, is wUh>the 33rd Infantry, in- combat some- ici'c in the Soutii Pacific.. Private L.")ng. received ills, basic lining at Camp Roberts, Calif., d went overseas shortly, after furlough- home in, March, 1944, tcr six months in Hawaii, he ow is in combat. His wife is an iployee in ; the. signal office,, of AAF. The Texas Lone Star, flag, wns the.lirsl to lie; raisedion Philippine soil when-American trocps i.returned. In the; islands. The • banner • Is • shown • above being t hoislfd on a palm tree, with Pfc. ' Juan Cionzales. of Taylor, Tex., n member of Ihe Isl Cavalry Division, standing by to represent his slate nl the ceremony ...(Photo by Tom Shnfer. NEA : Acme War Ficlurepool Pholographer.) Admitted,: Mfs>::JBkf.-Jones,, city. . Raymo'nd Wilson, city. .' Dismissed: Wan da Ray Gary, Manila. Nil's.' Npb|e Gill, and baby, Dell: Miss -Opal'.McCord,' Hornersvllle, ! MiltpniS.tllwieli; city. • D.-!i.-Bailey, city. 1 :• Walls'HospitalAdmitted: : , ' • • ,-; i. tiiwa. Jean ^wlnney, city. . Mrs. -. G. .W; Estes, LJlbourn, Mo. Mrs. Roy Cunningham,.city. Julia? DUfey, Leach'vilie. : Jackie'jMorg^nr IJell.' . ,: Lucret|aJiBiiiich, Rt.c.l, city. '-. Suq.-Qassldy.i Huffman; • Born {p, Mr.- arid^Mrs. Gordon H^rrick', city., ai'daugriter. last night. Dismissed: • . . Wiliie^ Reams,- Hiiffnian. Memphis' St. Joseph Hospital Admitted:' • ,, ... ... '. Mrs. WJiliam'.Edge, 1 Joiner; Memphis. Methodist Hospital Adipilte'd:'- '" '. , ;Jimmle . Tillman; Caruthersville MO! ; ' .'-.'; ; - - - . .Mrs..'E-.-.Hii Stoves,, Joiner; Mrs;;Bob ( Smith, 'City. ISafes Sturdy, piston Churcli, Schgol, 9:50 a. m. Iversou \fOrris, supt. Morning Worship, 10:45 a.' m. 'You Can, When.. You Think You Can", pastor's subject. Youth Fellowship Groups, 6:30 p.- m. ' / Evening Worship,'7:30 pi m. "A Message - to, a War-- Torn. World", pastor's subject. Board of Christian Education, Tuesday, 7:30-p^ m. Prayer,. Meeting aiid Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday, 1:30-p. m. FIRST I'KKSHYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kidd, minister Sunday School, 9:45 a. in. ' Morning Worship,- 11 a, m. Pioneers,.6:45 p. m. | Evening Worship, 7:30., p. m. Men's Club, Monday night, 7 clock. 'EDNESDAY, Prayer Meeting, 1:30.p. m. Choir Rehearsal, 8:15. p. m. Deacon's Meeting, 8:15.. )>. m. George Ri'Byfd, SC 2-c. in, the aw, has been transferred'. Iron 1C Naval Training .Station ,ut .Sai Jiego. Calif., to the Naval Trainin tatlon at Bradford, Va., where>h s receiving amphibious training Ir. Byrd, who .is from. Steele,.. Mo eturned last May after 19 months cmcc In Die Soutii Pacific. Pvt, Jack Byrd, former manager of the- Martin Oil Company in Stcele, Mo., hns arrived in England- Virgil A. Davis, son. of-Mrs. Myrtle )avis aiifl'Irby Davis of Steelc, Mo., eft last night for : Ijittle Rock,where ic will enter the. Navy, Corp. Albert, son of.Mr. and'Mrs. H. O. Turnbo of Steelc,. Mo., has arrived in England. Cpr- ixiral Turnbo's wife is making her Home near Steelc. CHURCH .FIRST BAPTIST, CHURCH : E. C.'-Bfovn, >p.aston Sunday'.School',.9:40'. a', m. P. Deer, rsiipt. .• ". Morpin'g! Worship, 10:50 a.,m. -"'-'—• 6:30 -p.-'rii.; R. Sherricl 'director.-,'' . . ! Eiyeriing;WorshipV CHAPEL .Lilly. Street i Suiiday-S<:hbol/9;40;n: m.'Russe Bau'gh, suptj'- j .• •- :•" B.T:U-',' "G:15 i p.: m. .Miss Sara Fr'ohces •••fiowla>\fi>\ director Continaons Shows Erery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTiEN TO KI.ON I:N>A 12:15.P-m. 1:30 p^. Saturday ! HE'S fKi; DE5T OF '(il KWI.L GOSPEL TABERNACLE Ira ftl. Bryte, i^slor Sunday School, Q:45" a. hi. Roy 'andley, supt. ^ Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sernon-l)y. pastor- Children's Church, 0:30 p. m. Irs. Bryce in charge. P.Y.P.A. 7 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m.. Midvyeck services Tuesday, and 'rlday,- 8-p. m. Radio broadcast Monday and Friday, 2:30 p. m... A- friendly 1 welcome to all. ST- STEPHEN'S FPISCOPAI- CnUKCH Thomns H. Smythe Jr., minister. Church School, 9:30 a. m. Evening Prayer and .Sermon,- 7:30 p. m.' • .11* JANE BRYAN • DAVID CA1UYLE I HELEN.VALKIS • JOSEPH CALVARY KPISCOPAI, CHURCH Osceola Thomas B. Smythe, Jr., minister. Holy. Communion and Sermon 11 a. in. PROMISED LAND. METIIOPIST. : ' ' CHURCH; D. G. Hindman, pastor,, Church School, 10 a. m. Felix Hill, siipt. Youth Fellowship. 7:30,-. p., m. Worship .Service, 8-p. in. W.S.p.S. Friday at: church,. 2:30 p. m.- Con,- Showing Sal'day 1:00 to 11:39 AUHIVBlSAlflCTUSt U Paramount -News and Short ConUnnoDS Shovftnr Bun. 1:15 to 111' Stcele Lieut, and Mrs. L. M. Harper and daughter left Wednesday for Tnsrt caloosa, Ala., where he will enter a liospital for treatment. Lieut, and Mrs. Baxter Southern are the parents of a son born TuesV day at Walls Hospital- in Blythe- EMMETBURG. la. (UPI— Foxhole digging may. ue. a tedious and dangerous task, but PFC. Gene Manwarren found it paid off. Overseas recently he was hastily digging a foxhole when he struck a glnss jar. in it was $35 in. bills. MARGARET'S .1BAOTY-SPOP 1*4 s. rim, Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems , Modern Equipment i . Expert Beautician! \m 'CHRISTMAS CARDS: : and .GIFT WRAPPINGS. luxe Just been received . . . . Choose gifts pow. while stocks arc new and complete. , JThe*G,ift Shops " MOSS BRYAN Buy Your Winter Supply of WOOD and KINDLING While It Is Available. PLANTATION OWNERS' SPECIAL PRICE ON 100 RANK LOTS! BARKSDALE MFG. CO; Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2911 Recapping and Vulcanizing ADD LIFE TO YOUR TIRES CD. I: Hwy. «!'North Plwm«. *Why Be Dratted for Laundry Qrudgery? Morning Worship.. 10:50 ; A. JL. E INVITED TO HEAR • - HEV. R..S. BA1RD -•'.'"n''\. vSUNDAY MORNING SlIBJECT: "SI>IRIT.UAI, FQVNDATIONS : -'' ; i' •••' ''"" HRISTIAN CHURCH; Main Phones: Church.2448 Home 2189' MiUnet*. Bit. & Sao, Only Opetu each night 6:45; ilarti M Open* Sunday 1:00; Stirti 1:15 Cfnttnnoiu Shows Sat. tod S»n. tlarciln Nljht Every. NlfhJ Eice»» T honored on the Kerf. Saturday v R ^L1£i! s TBIGGER It II IILdanKV i You can save a day. a ™ week by. sending;, your, family washing to the )i\un- diy. And in these strenuous times that means more lime to devote, to impovl- <iHl war-time services. Resides, you protect your en- orgy and 1 - dispose of t\, drudgery-laden task. Don't ullow. yourself to be drafted by- a washtub! Enlist otiv inexpensive laundry services today. Complete Auto Repair Service NEELY.- is now in. of' our- "niechanlcal: repair'. dcpMimeat • WE GUARANTEE ROBERT WATSON U in charge of the body and upholstery • department. SATISFACTION Shop..Located In,Rear ^fcMartin's Cafe. Hi Wi M»in—Phone.. 565 J. LOUIS CHERRY / YORK lilEE- iNSVRANCE CO. Ark. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY, A1A *l 10 FOR BETTER DRY CLEANING STEAM LAVNDM NOTICE?TQ OWNERS^ Temitea nay b« ruining your property* Call mt fo» clKck-19 wltKout cost.or obligationV BATS, JOCK AND,ROACH QONTKOL GU^ANTBJEIJjW.ORfr C. BLANKENSHIP 'Raiders ot Glinst City" No. 5 mid Short Con, Showing Sal'day 1:00 to 11:3* Sunday and Monday SENTIMENTS, EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS,, pppperlj.desjgaedi M*,«ojM»bered always. Our flowers are al- ir»ys frfeh^ ana 'all\work. ia'.'guqrantetd to. please. JesJgwre,,wito. jour .floral n The. OkneM BUf. BONITRANVIUE JEAN BROOKS GUNN . TESSA. BRIND'r..J««akyV»H.j)««< ' Djrnlnl bf M«k R»b»n / Fox Ncn-s» anil Selected r Short Subject Showlni Hon. 1:15 to II

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