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ife TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARE.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 12,1947 "Hobo" Party Features Radio Quiz Contest Two^Are Hostesses At Dorcas Class Meet Beta Sigma Phis donned overalls, Mrs. W. W. Watson and Mrs. torn shuts anil ol<t hats last night. H. L. •'• CJiani'Sers .were hostesses nt sicked up " icir ??<tW'5 nl ?* s / ; > 1 *4. a -btiifness and social meeting of them -in big red KaridlcercUtefs aijcl \Dorcas Sunday School Clusa of gathered at Miss iva Seay's - home : First Baptist Clnirch ycstcnluy af- on South 21st Street for a "hol>o" ternoon nt the cluuth. Miss Scay was assisted In • enter t SI nine by her .mother, Mrs. T. J.-Scay. Mrs. Dick WnUon ami Mrs. Teil'Lysler. The party honored pledges of Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta.Sfg- Boycl, Robert Mrs. J. W. Poiilock. president. ' had, charge of the 'business meet- gave ma,' Phi Sorority. .They nc'jert Porter, Mrs. Virgil Mrs; Frances Gamble, Mrs. Thompson, Miss Dortha B Misj Juanita MaMullIn. Miss Yynn Bean, Miss Mary Sue Roa Ing arid Miss Cordelia Wilhlt the devotional. Mrs. M. E. Cox of Memphis, houseguesL or Mr. and Mrs. C. t' Tucker, led in prayer. Miss Helta Purtle spoke on "Peace of Mind"! nnd Mrs. M. W. Lewis gave the' closing prnycr. Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Haiti? Johnson- of Maud. Miss., Iralh guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tucker, were 'A dessert course was during the social hour. scrv.'d Church Group Meets The Junior Fellowship Group ol First Methodist Church had a and' Miss Martha Frances Stevens of Dell. "$obo" prize was awarded to Miss Vcra Goodrich .and second prize went to Miss pandoria Wiiit- worch. Pledges were considered guests at a radio quiz contest, presented in conjunction witli a "hobo's day" theme. Mrs. Watson served as mistress of ceremonies. She was as- sisled in singing commercials by,business and social meeting yostcr- her^sister, Mrs. Lyster. Winners m| day afternoon at the church, quiz-contests were crescnted prizc'J. ^" e 30 menibcrs joined in Bible iPnolo"ra.phs were taken during' Study and were served rcfrcsli- the; evening.' Refreshments" -were ipenls. Mrs. Mantle Melton. sinonsOr, served. :;';:.. ; : •'• presided. -The meetings fir* ' '' :• '. •»«... .;-,.••' .^ [ each Friday afternoon. Dancing Party Given By,;Sandra Crawford - Sandra Crawford, daughter "ol The annual Preferential Tea Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crawford, en- honoring pledges of Alpha tertalned 17 of lier friends with-a Chapter of Beta Sigma I'lil son danc-ing party at tlTf.liome of tier ty.-witl be lield tomorrow afternoon, We the Women IIY lilJTII MILLET*!'. NBA Stuff Wrlltr Two New York newspapers on the same day devoted consid'erab'.e ,s£are on llic-ir women's pages to lulling women how lo take a hath. And almost iiny mnnth you can pt:k up one of I. lie women's m 11 K a zincs air.l {f_ find tiic simple i business of bat'h- tiiking made to ^ountl like ii lua! .straight of a haiem. f can't figure out why any woman old enough to "of told how ui My little daughter Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Edds have returned from Hot Springs, where Ahoy consulted their physician. Guy Burks Jr., seaman third class, has arrived, to spend n 13- day leave with his parents, Mr. r i~ ! and Mrs. Guy Bur,ks, 1510 West Ash. following his return to the slates from Tinglao, China. He had been stationed there since last out already mastered' the all of I To Have Annual Tea Aft; Teacher Speaks, At ^orority Meeting Seay, assisted by other members of the organization. parehts- last night on Highway 61, 3'o'clock, at the homo of Mrs. John South. < I G ' Bolll 'land, '139 West-Walnut .St. Spring flowers wer c used in tlie'- Hostesses will be Mrs. Dick Wal' entertaining rooms to carry out a son, Mrs.. Ted Lysler and Miss color,.scheme .of pink and white, which/ was also used in refresn- riienjs of sandwiches, cookies and drinks. .Palsy Wngner was winner In a special guessing game held earlier in iSc evening. ,-. , „,_ , Mrs. oJhn McDowell assisted Mr. and'Mrs. Crawford In entertaining. Anil when .'.he reaches the cosmetic loving age of 15, I see no reason why she can't buy some perfumed tnth salts, some nlcc- Mnelling bath powder, dump the t,alls in the tiC), and (i'ujit licrscll willi the yo\vder without having to road newspaper articles. SOA1' AIAKI'WS MISS MKT , So far as. I know there lias never been a column or article written telling men how to take a bath. Everybody just assumes men have sense-enough to know how to step into a tub or shower, sct'ub themselves, and get out . Rut the • v.nr'ien ',v ;, -.-am their Alnha ! '"'"His writing toauty articles rei;- •ornri- 1 >'- lai ' 1 " s|1 - <!own with a straight ' to let women in on the highly business of bathing. held Orvil Garrott. H. E. Long accompanied his mother and sister to their home nt New Smyrna Bcsvch, Pla. Th«y 'came to Now Liberty because of the death of Mrs. H. E. Long. Mr. and Mrs. Parker C'assldy and son. J)o»by. ol Cation. Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. T. Halslead of Blytheville were guests for a brief time of Mr. and Mrs. p. B. Jarroll, Raymond Choate has returned lo Booneville after visiting his family for two weeks. •Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Drown' of Alva, Okla.. were the weekend giiL'sts of Mr, and Mrs. Lagrone Whllllo. Mr. nnd family of and Mrs. piiis were Mrs. W. S. Aycock and Parma, Mo., and Mr. Paul -Aycoek of 'Mem- Ihe Riiests ft few days Mr.s. J. M. Aycock of Mr. and and family. Luxora Man Promoted James A. Hourlnnd, son of Mrs. Lola Carter of Luxura, has been advanced lo Ihe rating of spcci.il artificer, third class, aboard the May. Seaman mirks will leave nexti uss Hooper Island, the Navy an- Saturday for San Diego, Calif. I «<«mml today. Tie entered the Na- Mrs - • John Long is ill at in Cuttifccr, 1945. Blythe-1 v MIS. Genome. Fellows, the form- [Miss Truman Declines Coming Events ' ., MONDAY Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church meeting in circle groups. Circle one with Mrs. Ross Stevens, 1116 West Main St. Circle Two with Mrs. Rodney L. Banister. 1116 West Main, Circle Three. Mrs. Vcrnon Thomasson, 399 East Davis, Mrs. R. L. Bradley, Blytheville St... nil at IW o'clock; Circle Four art Meashor, discussed r ?Appfeela-, with Mrs. .1. C Walsh, 1707 Hcni-n ' tioryof Art, Painting and;. Sculp-' St. and Business Women's Circle toring' when she was'guest-speak- -with Mrs. E. B. Tliomas, 201C North , cr yesterday afternoon nt a meet- Eighth St.. 8 o'clock. I me, • of Aloha Delta Chapter of j Woman's Missionary society of ! Bettt Sigma Phi Sorority at the First Baptist Church meeting in cliibfoom. I circle groups. Circle one with Mrs, >v Mis B-adley sketched the growth Kttr i Wadenpfulil. circle Two with fjof «rt and spake of masterpieces M rs. Pearl Hires. Circle Three with he three divisions, she ex- that tq J. T. Westbrook, Circle PViur the* three arts, one must unrter- -.itai^j the feeling of the artist. Mrs Gilbert Hammock, president, had, charge- of the meeting. Mrs. T. H. Caraway, hostess, served: refreshments during a Mcialvhdur, M£s. Ralph Johnson was a gi\csl. Cliib Is Entertained > By Mrs. Leon Scherer ! Mfs. Leon S-herer was hostess yesterday afternoon to members of tlie CBC Club and two other guests, Mrs. J. D. Smith and Mrs. Wililam P. Bear. Mrs. Smith won- high score prize in games and second high went to Mrs. A. A. Hardy and rooko to Mrs. Alvin Har'dy. Osceo/o Mrs. Jettie Driver and Mrs. Hoy Coxjplan to return tomorrow from Li'.Ue Rock, where Ihey attenrte:! the Stffte P. E, O. Sisterhood Convention as delegates. of Chapter O, P E O . -.. , ""o. . . , e i a"?; of -a-ith Mrs. Charles Penn, circle Five - If it's as highly -specialized a job ^s the beauty editors make out, :hc soap manufacturers me miss- ng a bet. They .should put detailed iislructions'on every soap wrapper Same women may not read beauty columns. wilh Mrs. G. V. Daws and Circle Six with Mrs. C. S. Lemons. Woman's Society of Christian .Servlcel.of First Methodist chulh will have program meeting at the church, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Keith Kline Jr., Honored With Parties OSCEOLA, Ark'.. April 12—Mrs. Marshall Keith Kline. Jr., popular recent bride, has been honored with several more parties this week. She is the former Miss Flavin Driver. Mrs. Donald weit/, was hostess with a breat;fast at her home on Highway 01 to honor Mrs. Kline. Tile guest of honor .was presented crystal goblets by her hostess. Mrs. j. A. Pi|;K and her sister, Mrs. noiand Green of Blytheville entertained witli a bridge party Thursday night honoring the bride. When Ihe four tables of guests payed bridge, first prize was awarded to Mrs. Madeline Camp- bi.'ll, second to Mrs. Mary Clay Ilughcy and Mrs. Ho'j Kendricks cut for consolation prize. Mrs. Is line was presented a gift of sil- I vcr in her patient. I Mrs. w. c. Mason and Miss Emily 1 Mason entertained in Mrs. Kline's former Mi.ss Lais Eich, will 'be the guest for some time of her par- enls. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Etch, 1010 Holly St. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker have as their guests Mrs. M. B. Cox ofj 'Memphis and Mrs. Haltio J. John-, .son of Maud. Miss. ' Mrs. A. E. Sargent and two .sons. Ronnie and pcle. are gucsls of Mrs. Sargent's brother, J. C. I,owe, and family. They accom- 'iianiec! Mrs. Lowe and son. Jerry, "brick from MOmphis, where Mrs. Lowe 'had motored another son, Jimmy, and Jimmv Hcnrv. jimmy IjtncT'shirc !<ml Harry Bailey, to allend the Beta Convention. Thoy went there from Forrest City, where they attended a Band Fcs- .Ivnl. M''s. Lowe also motored them lo I lie Hand Festival. 'Airs. George Bade-r of Caruther.s- ville. Mo., spent Thursday- hove wiU' her sister. Mrs. Hichard Yarbro. Mrs. Cecil Ri.'jinsoii ha.s rcturn- 1 lo her home in caruthersville. Mo.; after an extended visit itere with friends and relatives. 'Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Ashley and son. Michael, are spending the weekend in Monlu'cllo visiting brother. J. T. Ashlcv Jr.. and fam- Invitation to Memphis MEMPHIS, Tenn., April 12. (UP) —Margaret Truman, daughter of the President, has declined an invitation to sing iu tlie Mcmplil." Gp'it Air Theatre here this Summer. MOAT officials announce today. CHURCH NFW5 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. KIili!. jiaslor t Sunday School, £):-!5 a.m. iMornim; Worship, 11 a.m. Youni; Pecplc, 0:30 p.m. •Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. LILLY STREET BAPTIST CHAPEL D. B. Bleclsoe, pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union, 6:30 p.m. . Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. FULL GOSPEL, TABERNACLE D. K. Harir.on, pastor Sunday School, i>:i; a.m. Morning Worship, a a.m. Young People, 'j-J? pin. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.iii. GATEWAY TAHEKNACl.E Howard Strett Rev. I,. G. Korah, pastor Church Service, 0:45 a.m. Evening'Worship, TMU a.m. Church Service, Wednesday and Friday, 7:30 p.m. FIRST CHURCH OF TIIE NAZAKENfi Sunday School, 9:15 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Youns People's meeting, 7:15 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 p.m. Wednesday prayer services, 7:30 FIKST CHRISTIAN CIItUCH It. S. liainl, pastor Bible School, <j:4r> a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Evening Training for all IOUPS, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worships 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Rev. H. Francis McDevitt, paster Key. 1'aul Jlujarikl, assistant pasto) Sunday Masse 1 ; 7:'JO and 10:38 p.m. Weekday Masses, s p.m. IMMANUKt, BAPTIST CHURCH A. M. Houston, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Training union, 7 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 |).m. Wednesday night prayer service, 7 p.m. CHUKCII OF CllltlS'f E. 'W. Stovall, pusior t Sunday School. 9:50 a.m. Worshti) Service. 10:. r iO i..m. Bible Study, 0:45 o'clock. Kvenmg Service, B p.m. YAItnilO METHODIST CIHIKOH Kay I,. Mclx'ster, pastor 1st, 3rd and 5lh Sundays: Preaching Services, 7:30 p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. 2n<j and 411] Sunday. 1 ;: Preaching Services, 11 a.m. rlARD-TO-GET ITEMS Steel Scissors Postal Scales—Lock Boxes- Small Films Culiincl* Speed O'l'rlnt Duplicators Stationery Norcross Greeting Cards SAMUEL F, NORRIS Printing—OMce Supulles 122 North Second ago ASSE.1I III.V <>!• COI1 '-HllllCII I..C. Kiiinscy, [lastor SlIIKluv Srliuol, 9:15 a.m. Morning Wo'-Kh'.ri, n a.m. rhil.st Ambassador services, 6:3 o.m. Children' 1 ; church. 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p.m. FIRST-METHODIST CHUKCII Allen D. Stewart, pastor Church School, 9:45 a.m. Worship Sen'ice, 10:50 a.m. Senior M.Y.F., 8:3(1 p.m. Intermediate M.Y.I' 1 .. G:M p.m. Worship service, 7:30 p.m. Choir practice, Wednesday, 7:30 rj.in. »y. Mr. and Mrs. ^J. St. Louis arrived sp?nd the weekend enls. Mr. and Mrs. p. Waldon of yesterday with his par- John Waldon. TEMPLE 1SKAEL ; \Vonia n's Chib , Dr. 'Alfred f\'i°.t, *abbi Sunday School, 1:30 p.m. .Tuesday night, B'nai B'rith meeting in Manila. Thursday night, Cor.greaational meeting .with RalOi Morris Clark of pine ishiff as guest speaker. CHRISTIAN' SCIENCE SERVICES to Woman's Clubhouse, 141G ,W. (Slain •'Arc Sin. Disease, and Dcatti Real?" is the subject of the Les- Another son. Drib Waldon. of Par- whfoli will be read in agonld. is nlfo thoir weekend west, nil Churches and Socieiies of the Dr. J. F. Bronson, formerly of Church of Christ, Scientist, Sun- BKtheville and later of Lcachviile,' day. who will return soon to Blythe-j -The Goldc-n Text^ is: "Art tlici: ville to mnke his home, underwent not from everlasting,. O Lord ml an operation, ycstcrdny morning God. mine Holy One? we shall not at Rt. Vincent's' Hospital in Litl'.o die Thou art of purer eyes thai Rcrk. His condition is good. .Mrs. Mnrfhnll Btickard, M''<5. Lagrome Whittle ond Mrs. Phillip Abbleljaum are weckenrt visitors in Little Hock. They will be nccomna- nictl licre by Mrs. Carl Marshall who has spent, several days there as miost of relatives. Robert Paine, mnnairing editor of the Commercial Appeal, returned to Memphis tliis morning after visiting here briefly witli Mr. and Mrs. son-Sermon to behold evil, and canst not look on iniquity." CALVARY BAVTIST CHURCH Kev. 1'. 11. Jcrnipui, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 11:00 a.m. B. T. U., 8:45 p.m. Evening worship, 8 p.m. Miss Frances Bowen h'osTtss lo ho ,; orc(1 wlth „ b ,. id(! rly yestcr . b . >: °" ^ «»""»"» < W »« «**' « .P/ ; guests. \\itn M| . s Dal ,(, pcrgus won high score Prize, Mrs. J. n. Lovewel, second. Business Women's C.rc,, of Fh.t' £»?, ^ ^^^a' f' Mixed Spring (lowers were used First Baptist Church meeting Miss Katherinc Wcstbrook. TUESDAY Dr. Lccal Loot DfaUncw M*Ttn« Oompet«tit Help UK) •«n! M Mllt.' 4<«- qni ! °l! !•"»"* 0«atomc» H«uHnI •nd UUo. S«viOMt. P»on« 1801 Edna Nies. | Mrs. James Guard hostess 'to La Nueve Club. Club Eight meeting" with Mrs. n. C. Allcrf.i • • ' Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Max B. Reid. Mrs. Robert Porter hostess lo Double G Club. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meeting at home .of Mrs. E R. Mason, 7:30 o'clock. '• Mrs. R. A. Shamlin hostess to Avalon Bunco Club. ... . . WEDNESDAY "Mrs.i-'G. -'G.'Catidlll entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. THURSDAY ' -Jolly Eight Club meeting with Mrs. Don Haley. FRIDAY Chapter N, P. E. O. Sisterhood, meeting at the home of Mrs. c. M. Smart .with Mrs. Smart and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon as hostess. Samuel P. Morris. 'Miss Tia Rogers. Miss Dorothy Jean Hitrginson, Miss Alcxa Williams. Miss Jeltve Huffman and Mrs. Howard N. Moore are in Memphis today. to decorate entertaining rooms lor each affair. Class Presents Play Bnrdette School's freshmen Home Economics class presented a play- on table manners Wednesday during assembly iieriod. . Students participating were Mamie Lloyd. Sue Nell Garner, Berim Fontlren, Ruth Peterson. Willie Rave Banks, Annanell Lutes, Virginia Pierce and Glcndora Alley. Bobbyc Jean McDonald was the story toiler and introduced characters. Prances King. Betlye \VTxson, Adele Khoaci.;, Maxine Davis and Betty Riclmcison assisted in singing the play. airs. Mavgo Trail played the piano. Mrs. Ruth Usrey sponsored the play. To: U-DO-IT LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Clothe* Open 7 a..m..—,• Close 5:30 p. m. Tuesday anrt ThnrMlay Nieh«s Own Till 3 o'Clocle 323 North 2nd St. Calvary Church Services Will Observe Youth Week Services .tomorrow at Calvar; Baptist Church will climax Na lional Yoiitu Week and all sen- ices will b? conducted by or 1: honor ot the church's youni; people. The morning and evening mcs sages t.-y the pastor, the Rev. P. tl Jerniga'n. will be directed to the youth. The in.'ill: is invited. It -*-as announced by the Rev. Mr. Jerni^an. At The HosnitaU BI.YTIIEVII.I.E ;HOSPITAI, \rimlttcd: Mrs. Russell KOOITCC, city. Allrr. Rushing, city. Dismissed: Mrs. R. L. smith and bahv. ci David lT»"'Me. city. WALLS (HOSPITAL Dismissed: •Hu'jy Edwards, city. -A. L. Kcrbroush, city. ,'Mrs. LilooHrn Kifer. Dell. J. W. Wilccx. Osceola. IIAPTIST HOSl'ITAI,, MEHiri Disniis?efi: Dr. J. K. Jones. Lepanto. •Nathan Minyard. Dell. Mrs. W. M. perry. Joiner. Elizibelh Scott. Manila. ST. JOSE!'!! HOSPITAL, MEMPHIS ' | Dismissed: Mrs. Lorcnc Smith, Lepanto. FLAT LAKE METHODIST CHURCH Ray L. McU'ster, pastor 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays: Preaching services, 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. 10 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sundays: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mrs. Charles Van Dine announces the Opening of Her ALTERATION ROOM in The Vogue Shop 2014 W. Main Phono 2231 T vvURE TOP-NOTCH QURIITV ftT REflSOHABLE PRICES! '„' ~) Shipment of Bassinettes Just in THE TOT SHOP 105 S. 2nd. Phone 23(18 * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMM1E EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. H U B B A R D Hardv/are Company 21H W. Main Plinne 2015 UttartiLiLJ Box Office OIICMS at C:3fl Opens Sunday '' n Continuous Si .r> liargaia Night T *' ": Starts 1:15 Sit 'nil Sun. Night Except *.. .<-3 honored en the Roxy. Netp TJhf>rti> New* R. L. Marshall and daugh'.cr Mrs. Pearl Hill of steeic. Mo., was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Stenhcns.on. Mrs. J. F. Eprcrson has returned home from the Methodist Ilos- vital in Mcirphis, where she luvi Ijcen lor treatment. Her condition is improved. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ixjvc and family of Risco, Mo,, were Satuv- c'ay niglit guests of Mr. and Mrs. I.AKl: SIKEF.T MV.TIIODJST CHUKCII Itcv. II. II. Blevitis, pastor Church School, 0:50 am. Morning Worship. 10:50 a.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship, G p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 1 p.m. LAND METHODIST CHURCH Kay L. McLrslcr, pastor 1st, 3rd and 5~.li Sundays: Preaching Services, 11 a.m. Sunday school every Sundny, H a.m. 2nd and 4th Sundays: Preaching services, JJ p.m. FIKST nAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Rrown, iiastor Sunday School. 3:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 13:55 a.m. Special music. Training Union. C:30 p.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. at the ROXY Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday TTie New Hygiene Thunderbolt! .- * HoiV DO YOU ANSWER YOUR DAUGHTER'S QUESTIONS? ;- --- w MANY Poienls ate lo blome because they do not give their children complete, reliable information! f a* ;\ On Slage-EUiOT FORBES ca "SECRETS OF SENSIBLE SEX SATURDAY Dude Ronger witli George O'Brien Serial "Mysterious Mr. M" No. 9 and Short Co' '(i Snc» T - Sat. 12:3<VJ-30 Sunday THE AMAZING ADVENTURE i OF A YANKEE DOODLE ]Li* DANDY IN JAPAN! F«x News & Selected Siuirt Subject Uunlinuous Show Sun. l:i;i-lL:UU NUMKEK NINE BAPTIST CHUUCH Howard H. Kinir. yiastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.n> . Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Tralnir.g Union. 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 p.m. Wednesday, prayer meeting, p.m. FAITH IS THE ANSWER/ REVIVAL APRIL 6-1 3 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 8th and Walnut — Blytheville, Avk. SINGER MR " RALPH CHURCHILL ,, ort TONIGHT AT 7:30 O'CLOCK SwUay Sch«pl 9:4(1 (Attendance Goal C50) SUNDAY: . " « - E>-enlrt|t Warship Strvicc nl 7:30 [i. m YCH Are Cordially Invited to Attend All of These Services Scripture; .-!• ' L .'; '••/; :.'.';':. ' " • '; r • *;, ." For Go<1 so loVt-d the world that he gave his only be-• > , -'» gotten son that whosoever believeth on him' should not perish but have everlasting life." John 3:16. A rtic Beauty 3 r 3 K 2nd St. Phone 3302 Shop SERVICE IS REAL PROTECTION FOR YOUR del«Mcrallon because KcoT natural eili m rhe pelt, eant protection ogalnil damage by moth, dampnen, dull. "Certified" meoni protection againittou by lire or , "Corlificd" mcom property CONTROUED IsmpcraTure and regulated Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Continuous Shows Every Day Uox Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 • LISTKN TO KI.CN 8:00 a-m. 12:45-p.m. «:30 p.ti,. Saturday Rainbow Over Texas \vilh Koy Rogers ami Halo Kv;vns Serial "»Sun nT fMiardsi«;in" No. 1 and Slmrt CoiiTil Siious Sal. U:30-U:3fl Sunday anil Monday " LUCILE „ , ,. WATSON s * * PATTI ' BRADY "«"" JAMES V.KERN < Pararaannt Ncn-s Selected Sliorl Snhjects axtuj Showlnf San. 1:15 to

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