The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 16, 1944
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I'AGE TWO HI,YTHEVILLB COUJUEU NEWS Mr. and Mrs. George D. Pollock Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Hold and Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrmtii) Taylor entertained Thursday night nt n Christ- inns dance tor members of Club 28 of CMs- and ii number of other guests. candles. Later the guests danced for jcv- i crnl hours. Guests In addition to club mem- i's included Mr.' mid Mrs. Ravel! Miss Buchanan To Be Married Next Month Miss Mary Jo Buchanan, whose engagement to Tech. Sergt. Lorcn HoueJand of Louisville. Ky., nnd Danger, Maine, was announced today by her motlier.Afrs, JolmU Buchnnan. The marriage will be solemnized early in January In Ban- MONDAY Women's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meeting ivi.ih Mrs'. J. D, McDowell, 2:30 p.', m. ... . Woman's Society Uan Service, First Methodist! The ballroom of the American Lc- Cljurch, meeting in circle groups: gion Hut was attractively decorated Circle 1, Christmas party at home in the Ymcllde theme, while the of-Mrs. Dan Dunkln, 2:30 p. m.; tables where the spaghetti supper Circle ? will not meet; Circle 3 was served, were gay with inngnclln meeting' at church, 1 p. in.; Circle leaves, wooden bowls ''of popcorn 4 (having no meeting; Circle 5 snd lighted by tall red Christmas meeting with Mrs, Fred Fleeman, l p. m.; C.ircle 6 will have no meeting: Woman's Society or Christian Scp'lce, Lake Street Methodist . .. Cmir'ch, meeting at-church, 2:30 Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Cmw- l).'.. ford, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rlley }3. Jones, Wpmen's Missionary Union, First Mr ' ft " d M>' s ' M«w Logan, and O. C. Eaplist Church, meeting for Royal Harbcrt of Memphis. Service Program at church, 2:30 * " ' . "•>• _ , , , . . ,Club, Guests Enterlaincd Women's Missionary Society, Cal-, vary Baptist Chvirch, meetine at Miss Pally June Davis was hos- church, 2;30 p. m. less to members of the Thursday nokts, and the hostess served a sal- Women's Council of First Chris- Nighl Bridge Club entertainlni; Insllaci' plate will) Icert drinks fian Church having group .meet- night at the home of her aunt Mrs ... Ings: Faith Group with Mrs. M. W. », Cliamblln on West .Main U»K,|_,, P,,,..,, I^ Fijziimmons; Hope Group with Street. Included among the players lolKJa y ' ally IS Mrs. 1L .R. Brandon; Love Group were two giicsls, Mrs. Blun Heath I . , „, with Mrs. Walter Stiles. |0f Fort Sumner, N. M., and Miss , A . llo!1(la V P»"y was given last Woman's Auxiliary ol First Pres-1 Jnne-Branson. "'Klii ct- the T. I. Seny home when bylerian Church meeting al church, 1 The hostess served a sandwich M1 ss Ivn. Scay, Miss Ann Dccn and 2:30 p. m. (Plate with iced drinks anil prizes Miss Margaret Holt entertained 26 Mrs.-Jesse M. While entertaining "' ' ! 'e bridge games were awarded guests. Beta'Chi S S. Class, 8 p. m. i Mrs ' Heath for high score and Miss AIter B lf ' s h! >d b een exchanged 'TUESDAY I Bran.5011 for second high. Tuesday . Bridge Club meeting! . ' ' with Mrs. Jesse Taylor. 1 p. m. fortnightly Club Meets - ' SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 19<M Christmas Cantata To Be Offered Tomorrow Night By Baptist Choir Christmas cantatas choirs ol various Dlyllicvlllc. from the gully lighted christnms lrce, the evening was spent in dancing. , Late in the evening the hostesses served refreshments of Mrs, S. P. Martin, entertaining ""'"' "-•''«»'«»«»«.<' Thursday at a luncheon at her home sn!i " i nnd 1>1lnch at SCO West Main Street, used Irs. Scherer Is Hostess Club Eight meeting with Mrs, Graham 1 Sudbury. • WEDNESDAY Town' and Country club meeting with .Mrs. J. C. Ellis. • (coloiful bowl of fruit Interspersed Mrs. Lane Novell entffl-fnining- with flaming red Nandlna berries Initial Club. KB Ihe centerpiece for her table' Mrs. C. G. Scherer entertained THURSDAY. where a Ihroe course luncheon was last night at n pot-luck supper at Odette Luncheon Club, minting served, [her new home on Bast Main Street with Mrs. Marvin Nunn. ' following luncheon the guests when guests included n number of Miss Mildred Lou Hubtarrt enter- ployed bridge for Severn! hours. ' taintog Thursdav tttehl Bridge Ohib. _ Present were members of the Mrs. FRIDAY Paul BjTum C. B. C. Club at luncheon. entertaining Mary Jp Buchanan To Wed T-Sergt. Loren Hougland Mrs. John. L:-Buchanan today announced ' the engagement and approaching; .marriage of her uaughter, Miss' Mary Jo Buchanan, to Te,cK-Sergt. Loren Bougliuid of Louisville,-py.' ; The marriage will be solemnized early^in January In'. Bangor, Maine, where .S.ergeant. .Hougland now is stationed. .. •. j :: •• ~Miss'Bucht:nan/d8jiighfer' of, the late John' Buchanan, is a member of a.well .knpjv'n, family.;[S)ip'. \vius gradyaieS.'/"from': the ; .lorotr 'lilgh tchool and attended 'Ccntrnl'"Bap- tist College; for Women at Conwny, where she was a member of Kuppn Delta Sigma. Sorority and was active ii\ other extra-curricula activities/ having been browned queen during 'her junior year there. Fcr^lhe past year Miss Btichanun tins b'een employed in the general office ofv-the Arkansas- Missouri her most intimate friends. The dining table, where the buf- Fortnighlly club and three other giicsls including Mrs. Clara Davis, Mrs. John Pcatherstonc and Mrs. G. S. Barnes. , • • • S. S. Class Party Given Mrs. Henry Rosamond wn.v hostess to members of the Phebean Sunday School Class of l^rst nap- list Church when she entertained ... ._ „__. , last night nt the home of Mrs. I large lighted tree, with Mrs!"'n\l- Harry Eogan with a Chrismas piir- mu'dgc Hucy playing the.role of fct supper was served was covered with an imported cloth of Irish linen and ince^ centered with a mirrored plaque reflecting Ihc glow of slender red Cliristmas candles tied with | aim ribbons ami surrounded with sprigs of holly ami mistletoe. A miniature Santa Clntis and his reindeer decorated the living room mantle ajul Christmas presents were exchanged from the and ISimtn Clans. lighter! tree, sprrtvs of holly 1 In the games played during the cedar and Yulctidc candles evening, prizes were awarded Mrs. Bits of News Mostly Personal Each year music lovers look forward with great Interest to the presented by churches of i'irst scheduled this year is the one lo lie urcscnted tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, at First Baptist Church, by the choir of the church under direction of Mrs. Russell Parr, will; Mis. Murray Smart as organist. Selected for presenlatlon is "The Coining of Christ" by Ira B. Wilson, with the following persons appearing us soloists: Mrs. Roy Head, Mrs. Paul Tipton, Uciil, Worth Holder, Mrs. Farmer Kngianil, Corp. Ever- ctto Gumi, Hairy Fair, A-C Roger O'Connor and Mrs. Cleorge M. Lee, guest soloist. Members of the choir are: Mrs. Tipton, Mrs. England, Mrs. J. G. Barnes, Mrs. Worth Holder, Mrs. Tom Jackson, Mrs. Richard Jones, Mrs. M. II. Smith, Mrs. Henry Stain non, Mrs. Karl Wadenpfuhl, Mrs. Jim Crafton, Mrs. Ebb Cnrson, Mrs. R. I,. Sherrlck, Misses Joyce Walls, Marguerite Graham, Frances Sliouse, Betty Woodson, Adeline Lee, Kath- crlne Cleveland, Betsy Buchanan, Rulli Head nnd Betty Sehercr, sopranos. Mis. rtoy Head. Mrs. George Lee,' Dr. Kdna Nlcs, Mrs, L. W. Bono, decorated the entertaining rooms T, O. Hucy, Mrs. Helen Wren, Mrs! of the house where the 22 guests W. G. Midillcton, Mrs. Fairest gathered. Moore nnd Mrs. H. A. Copolnnd, The devotional was given by Mrs. and later the Girl Scouts came Theodore Logon, rims teacher, be- sing Christmas carols to the group, fere the social htjur \vhnn.r""'"" "— ' "*-—--— —' ~'",-.. ....--v-v--, Mr P- Slvrerer:was sxirpriscd with were played will) the prize woii by n mlcellnheoiis slid'wcr-of gifts-Iran Mrs. Edwin Wcednian. , ; the guests .present, who Included Refreshments were served buffet one out-of-town visitor. Mrs. Leon i.tyle from Ihe (lining table which Ssheror of Patcrron, N. J. wns centered ivllli an arrangement of greenery nnd red caudles. I Pic. William F. Rose, who lias been overseas for the past year with (he Eighth Air Force, arrived this morning to spend his furlough wilh his uncle, J. D. Sanders and family. Pvt. Clyde Bunch will letwe Tuesday to return to Houston, Texas, after having spent his furlough here with his wife onxt other 'relatives. Warrant Officer and Mrs. J. J. Gschwciul arrived this morning from Newport News, Vii., to spend the Christinas holidays with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gscli- wcml and Mr. nnd Mrs. 8. D. Ames. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner left yesterday afternoon for Newborn, Tcnn., to spend the Christmas holidays with her family. Miss Marine Reid arrived home tills morning from Mississippi State college for women, Cohimbus, ' to spend the holidays here with her parcnls, Mr. an ( | Mrs. .\fax B. Reid and family. ._ Arriving today from Texas Stnte College for Women at Denton tire Miss Dorothy Jean Higginson, Miss Lavonne Redman, Miss. Ann Croolc aiid Miss Ha Rogers, all of whohi will spend their holiday . vncatioris here with their parents. Miss Kath-.' enne Hudson, also a student nt T/ S. C. W., stopped off in Conwa'yj Ark., to attend a party tonight at Hcndm College, where she forrrij, erly allended school. 1 She will ah' rive tomorrow for the holidays witl Mrs. I,. I. lllce, Mrs, R. H. Geary, Misses Joyce Damon, Julia Woodson, Joyce Sommers, Mrs. Ethel Snccd, altos; Corp. Evercttc Gunn H. E. Barnctlc and Pic. James McKee, lenors; R. O. Hunt, L. E. Coteman, B. E, Bluylock, W. J. Hodgers, J. W. Hutchlnson, L. T. Moore Jr., Lieut. Worth Holder, A-c Roger O'Connor, Harry Farr, Randall Hawks and Scrgt. Karl Wadenpfuhl basses. The program will be opened with an organ prelude, "Christmas Voluntary", Ashford, to be played by Mrs. Smart, followed by the choir processional, "O Come All Ye Faithful", with the descant to be sung by Mrs. Paul L. Tipton. The offertory, "O Thou Sublime Sweet Evening Star", Wagner-Liszt, wli; be followed by an elaborate program of solos and choir numbers. The ehurch will be fittingly decorated for the occasion by a committee composed of Mrs. W. M. Williams, chairman, Mr. and Mrs. nussell Baugh, Mrs. R. E. Blaylock, Mrs. Chris Tompklns, Mrs. E. B. Woodson, Mrs. J. W. Sliouse, Mrs. E. W. Simmons and Charles Ray Ncwcomb. PROMISED LAND METHODIST CHURCH I). G. Hinlman, pastor Church School, 10 a, in. Felix Hill, supt. Worship Service, 11 a. m. Sermon by pastor. W.S.C.S. will meet nt the church Friday, 2:30 p. m. for regular service and Christmas planning. FIRST METHODJST CHURCH S. H. Wilford, paslor Church School, 9:45 a. m. U, 6. Branson, supt. Morning Worship, 10:65 a. m. Also baptismal service, Mrs. George M. Lee and Mrs. Paul Tipton will sing "God Shall Wipe Away All Tears", Caro Roma. Memrial Service for Lieut. Gordon Ramey, 3:45 p. m, The Christmas Cantata, originally scheduled for presentation Bunday afternoon lias been postponed one week and ,\u|U, be presented Sunday, Dee. 24 at * o'clock. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH t\ C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. P. J. Deer, supt. Morning Worship, 10:55 a. m. B.T.U. C:30 p. in. R. I.. Sherrick, director. Christmas Caniala, "The Coming of Christ", 7:30 p. m. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL ',' CHURCH Thomas B. Smytlie Jr., minister Church School, 0:30 a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon, 11 ». in, Choir Rehearsal, Friday, 7:30 p) A large crowd is expected to at- CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH md the cantata.- Thomas B, Smylhe Jr., miBistw Lebanon, Tenn., have arrived fo be tlon on Nov. 22. tlie quests of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Redman through the holidays. IJcut. Wallace Smith 1ms arrived from Avon park, Fla., where he is ilatloniid with the Army Air Forces, to rpcml his leave here with his mother, Mrs. J. P. Smith and family. He will be joined here Christ- Iu „ u!( , ^^ mas Eve by his brothers, Henry Bn . nn ottornp Smith of Dallas-, Texas, and Mark: °" Wlornc. Smith and Mrs. Smith ol Houston, who also will be here through the holidays-. Pvt. Mae V. Bridges', daughter of the Days, now is stationed with the Fourth Ferrying Group in McmpliiK. • « • Pvt, Merrill Osboine of Blytheville now Ls a.t-Camp Chaffee, Ark. le is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Osceola Evening Prayer and Sermon, 7:30 p. m. Keeping Up With The Men In Service Bunco Club iinterlained At The Hospitals . hcr parents, -Mr. and .Mr. 1 ;. A., b. Hudson; >•'.•*.'"". ••.:.••; 't.:; .-/,:,' | ),>» CO. Redman Jr., and his class A mate, Orlando Sanchez of San " P H" 0h ? 1C , 0 ;-,n° th sMenls n ^ Heights Milllnry Academy} ~~ Mrs. W. S. Ejstbuni was hostess to members of Ihe fnltial Club yesterday afternoon when she cntcr- Jllyflicvllle Hosjiilnl Admitted: L. M. Overtoil, city. Born to Cor)), and Mrs. Ray McWilliams, city, a daughter this ifrs. Jesse Wood, Huffman. Walls Hospital Admitted: Doris Ratcllff, city. ;land, son of Mrs. William^Yanoy-Handy of - Louis- tamed at her,home on ohickasaw- morning.', ville, : ras',graduated from Lomsvilie to Avenue Dismissed" Male.Higli scliopl,.and prior lo his n,mco was played In (he living induction into the Army three and room, gay with vases of red rose- n half years ago, was Indiana buds. Credit. Manager for Commercial High score prize wns won by Mrs. Freight Lines, with offices In Herman May, bunco by Mrs. Jack Dismissed- Columbus, Ohio. He formerly was Mn«h and low by Mrs. Ebb Rey- I Mrs. Norman Hopper cltv stationed at Blythevllle Army Air' ^ Field. Miss Buchanan will be accompanied to Bangor by her mother nnd her sister, Miss Ann Buchanan.' Mr. nnd Mrs. Handy will join them in Bangor for the wedding. Mrs. Wylie Is Hostess Mrs. Blanton E. Russell was ,1 guest of Mrs. H. W. Wylie Thursday afternoon when she entertained members of the Thursday Contract Club at luncheon and bridge. The eight guests were served at the dining table, centered with a holiday arrangement of greenery end Ofirittmns .candles. High score prize In the brirtge games played was won by Mrs. R, L. Bannister and second high by Mrs. E. R. Lancashire. P.E.G. Chapter Meets Nine members of Chapler "N" of the P.E.O. met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Harry \V. Haiues as hostess for the Christina. 1 ; party. The Yuletide motif was emphR- fized In the decoralhrs of the Haines home, with '•••• -'-M,./ Christmas tree and s h terplece on the rcfreslnnin, . carrying out this theme. After a brief business session Ir charge of Mrs. C. M. Snu.rl, J!rs Iloyd Etickmon gave a Christina; reading. "The Hsppy prince" bj Oscar Wilde, end Mrs. Haines reviewed the poem "My Country" bj Russell Davenport. . Gifts were exchanged bctweei the members present, and the bos- tens served a dessert course of plum pudding with coffee. • * + • Luncheon Party Given A Christinas luncheon was given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. j. D Smith who entertained al he home honoring members of thi C. B. C. club and one other guest Mrs. J. J.. cookston. The centerpiece lor the dining table where guests were seatec for ,the Ihree course luncheon, wa centered with a holiday arran?e ment of holly and red bcrrle lighted with slender red tapers. following luncheon, bridgs wa. lilayed in the'living room, brlgh with'the tT6dit).V!«l Christens lrce High score prize was won by Mrs O. O. Elkins, second high by Mrs W. 8. I*ngdon and bridge by Mrs Coojcston. ANTIQUES M;\rl)lc-top tallies—Side Chairs—Bric-a-brac Brasses, and Gifts Suitable For Alt Occasions. LAMP POST ANTIQUE SHOP Hwy. Cl Soulli rhonc 2133 :S. MIES & NSES OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Rectal Diseases a Specialty (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clink 51-J Main BlyUicvlllc, Ark. I'lionc 2021 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, jroperly designed, nre remembered always. Our flowers are al- vays fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to Let our fsi>ert leslgners lielp you with your floral needs FLOWER SHOP F.T.n. Brrvicc We DtHver Anywhere Fn. ill Mr*. J. M. (M»el WUlUon, owner Glmro* Bld|. TOYS FOR CHRISTMAS Make Your Selections Now— USE OUR LAY AWAY PLAN ID HARDWARE CO, '25 years' Continuous Service" Charles Mnotlv, HI. 1, cily. | Mciniiliis Ilaplist 'itospifal !, "uimittccl: Charles M. Montgomery, Keiser. Mrs. James Ellison, Joiner. Jolm C. Beckjnan, an Engineer, • eon of Mr. and Mis. C. H. Beckman, Etownh, Ark., has been promoted I from the rank of private to Tcoli- . nician' Filth Grade. | Tec 5 Beckman entered the Army • ' H September 1943 and received his ' training at Camp Abbot, Oregon. i Prior to induction he was farming -.-•iuiri at present lie is in constiuc- .Jlon work of pipelines nnd pisoline " ( storage tanks with an Engineer pe- x.troleum Distribution Company. '" He arrived overseas on 27 April '•: 1044 and has coni])leteri six months overseas service and is authorized to wear Die Asiatic Pacific Theater Ribbon \vith two stars, The Good Conduct iiibbon and a M^arks- rnan Mcdall '.',"1 .••'•.{: - , • . Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Day have three stars in their service {lag, representing their two fons and one daughter in service. .Pfc. Albert O. Day now is at Camp Butncr, N. C., while Pfc. James L. Day is serving r.omewhere j in Germany. His wife recently re- I ceived a message stalling lhat he • l.'iid.been slightl3 r wounded in nc- Located 207 W. Main IS NOW UNDER Starlyh Younjj wishes lo announce that he has purchased Ihc Palace C;ifc, and will operate it himself. Every effort will lie made (o jjive Ihc people hi (his area a restaurant where they can expect belter foods at reasonable prices. Just after January 1st we plittt lo close for a few weeks to remodel, repaint, «nd modernize equipment ... In the meantime, we're sure you'll like otn- food and services. Planters Hdw. Co., Inc. home of SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT DE LAVAL MILKERS and SEPARATORS GOULD'S ELECTRIC WATER PUMPS U. S. BELTING and PACKING CANDLEWICK CRYSTALWARE COMPLETE LINES OF HARDWARE Phone 515, Blylheville, Ark. YAHBRO METHODIST CHURCH D. O. nindman, pastor Church School, 10 a. m. Mrs. W. L. Hollingswprth, supt. Worship Service, 7:30 p. m. Ber- 1011 by associate pastor. W.B.CJ3. will hold their Christ- ms service lind annual election Thursday afternoon at the home f Mrs. Henry yo ; ung, 2 p. m. CMiVARY BAJPTI8T UHDRCH Hoyt Jernlpan. pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship, 10.-SU a. m. ermon by pastor. B.T.H., 7 p. m. Jim England, di- •ctor. Evening Worship, a p. m. Sermon y pastor. ; • • • • . Prayer meeting Wednesday night :30 o'clock. CHURCH NEWS CHURCH OF' THE NAZARENE F. W. Nash, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a. m. Pastor will preach. Service for Young People, 7 p. m. Evening service, 7;:45> p. m, pastor will preach. ~ Wednesday, 7:45 p. m., prayer meeting. While we are building the new church building, services nre being held at the Armory. BAPTIST CHAPEL Lily Slieet Sunday Sehool. 9:30 n. m. Russell Baugh, supt. Morning Worship, sermon by AC Jerry Shonn, 10:30 a. m. . B.T.U., 6:15 p. m. Miss a>ra)> Frances Rowland, director. Evening Worship, sermon by AC Jerry Shonn, 7:15 p. m. DELL BAPTIST CHURCH G. V. Magee, pastor Sunday School, 10 a. m. Allen Hardh\ supt. Morning worship, 11 n. m. "God's Plan for Victory", pastors subject.- U.T.U., G:30 p.'m. Mrs. Bertha Gill, director. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. pi. "A Sinner's Return', 'pastors subject. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. m. . ., _ • , Radio Message," 2:30 Thursday over KLCN. ' ' YES! . •-- '•: v.' i- 1 ..;,-; . .".. v:-.:7(\i: ;i ; '• New Toys and Gifts are still arriving at Fritzius daily',.'.' JUST RECEIVED A shipment of scarce BETTER Toys. See Monday's Courier-News for complete toy I istings. OPEN TIL 9 P.M. UNTIL CHRISTMAS FRITZIUS Better Gifts And Toys "We Prepared For Your Christmas!" . All Snug in Their Beds 1 The children will want to go to bed, not only on Christmas Eve, but all through the year ... if their beds are made with linens from our laundry. Give them sanitary protection . . . give yourself a holiday from the washboard. Send all of ypur laundry to us... from the finest lingerie to heavy work clothes. Satisfaction guaranteed! FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTER DHY CLEANING STEAM LAUNDRY LAKE STIiEET METHODIST (JllUltCH Bates Sturdy, Pastor Church School, 9:60 a. in. Iverson Morris, supt. Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m. Sermon by pastor. Youth Fellowship Groups, <j:30 p. in. Evening Worship, 1:30 p. m. Sermon hy the pastor. The fiei'. J, Albert Gatlln, district supcrlntcndeiit, v.ill preach and hold the first quarterly conference Tuesday nieht, 7:30 o'clock. Prayer meeting nnd choir practice, Wednesday, 7:30 p. in, Woman's Clubhouse H1C w. Main "Is tlie Universe, Including Man, Evolved by Atomic Force?" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read In all churches and Societies of the Church of Christ Scientist., on Sunday. The Golden Text Is: "In the beginning was Die Word, nnd the Word was with God, and the Word was Gocl. ... All tilings were made by him; anj without him was not any thing made-that, was made." John 1:1-3. Among the citations which com- pi'lse the Lesson-Sermon Is the following from the Bible: 'Let all the earth fear i!ie Lord: For he spake, and it was done; he inanded, and it stood fast." Psalms 33 "8--9, MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 S. FIRST Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems MODERN EQUIPMENT EXPERT BEAUTICIANS GIFTS of DISTINCTION —It's Smart to Shop At— The Giff Shop Modern * Antique Giftj MOSS BRYAN Continuous Shows Every Day IJox Office Opens 1:-15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN :00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Saturday Oh, Susanna :ith Gene Aulry & Smiley Burnett Serial: "Black Arrow T' and Short :on. Showing Snt'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday Wing and a Prayer Don Amcchc and Dana Andrews 1'ara-mounl News and Selected Short Subject *. 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