The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 8, 1946
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JUNK 8, 19-16 Lloyd H. Wi* W«ds Miss Julia Mae Fears In a ceremony Wednesday morning m St Louis, Has Jull« Mae Fears, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J c Fears of St Louis, became the bride "of JUoyd H flflse, son of Mr at* Un- Lloyd V Wise, 1033 West chlctis«wb«. The wedding was solemnized in a A'uptlal Mass at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, With the ROT. Raphael'Kuchler, chaplain nt De! Paul Hospital; officiating. the attar ' was decorated ' with baskets ot white snapdragons and pink gladioli with . burning tapers in. Cathedral -candelabra casting a glow. A musical program, was present- ert' by an organist 'and 'the bride's uncle, Thomas'; Buckley,, of St. Louis, who sang. several numbers Miss Patricia ',WU*. ••iUUr of the Lridegroom, 'was the trifle's maid of honor and Mlw Patricia Pears of St. Louis. • cousin;-b'tithe,•"bride,•' was her bridesmaid.-y : • Miss Wise and Miss Pears wore identical dresses 'of-chartreuse mar nulseUe with bouffuht skirts and large ! picture'hats- of bjush pink net trimmed In velvet ribbon ant ipi-ays of pink rose. buds. Thej canic6 bouquets' 'of pink rose bud. mcd with mil link snapdragons fru jlush I pink'plumes.- . The bride's gown was of white nigirquLsctte with a' long-fitted bo- J. of A. President Jrges Early Registrations • Mississippi County high .school ;r»dunCes Intending lo attend (lie Jnlversity of Arknnjevs next,' full odny WIT uriicd bv Or.' A. M. Himl- ng-, president, from Ills office in FnyetlovllU', to register early. The University, h? snitl, 5s )ank- ng uvcry effort to lake core Qf fp^- ner students, and frc-slnnc-n' from over'the-slntc «>ul imllcntcd ihnl rends nt this time palm lo .1 record enrollment, possibly mniv tliivii the school am nccommmlntr. Bits of News Mostly Personal Joe Esplonoza Jr., yeomnii third clnss.'ls spending n lenve here with his- fiithor. Joe Esijlnoza, mid » Bister i iinci brolhtT, Marthn and Hilly, 122 LaClede, nnd nnollier sister, Mrs.'O. Kairiiiglon, 41JH, Lilly. 1I« n|so will be the guest of his motlieiV Mrs. c. E. Coo|>cr, Wllll- fortl, Ark. in Iho Nfivy, lie will report lo Norfolk. Vo. Mrs. H. 0. McHnffey Is 111 nf- tc'r suffering a stroke of paralysis. Condition of Mrs. Benilce Jiunes. who Is undergoing treatment it Blythevlllc' Hospital. Is improved. Names of HlythcvlUc High Schoolj Mrs. Carlton Jumcs is recovering honor roll students for Ihe last sc- ' mcstcr <md last six-wiTks lircvu been announced by .Miss Itasn M. Hardy, principal Lending the semester hnnor roll were Frances Sliousc' ami Vnnnyf Whitley. n tie. others, named in High School Honor Roll is Prepared quickly ut Blythevlllc Hospital after iiiulfrgomi; mi nupciKlcctomy Monday afternoon, she Is the former Miss Ucrnlce IJoyd. Bobby MclJanlel. son of Mr. nn< Mrs. Chinles McUaniel, 710 Uikc Street, Is undergotnK trentmenl .it rank of their grades, were: iicity I Dlythevllle Hospital for n fracturcc Woodson, Beltv Black, Jimmy Loivo, |ni-in from which he has not re- Harry FaiT, Dorothy Linn, Muriel Knudsen, Penny Van Wlnk'i;. Charles Homlnrson', Jo Ann Shanks, Dicky Willinms. C. O. Rednmn.'Musc Simon,, Frances Fj.eltl.. . • Dan Ctildwcll. Mm-llyn DITII, Cflr- . dice. A small ruffle •formed the drop lene Childers. Charles Upton. .Jnrjfe shoulder effect of the' yoke, and Homer. Billy Willhims, Patsy Ann extended entirely around the train Travis, Lloyd Koonlx. Mary Sue of'Jhc dress. Her veil of French U- Berryinan'^ Ann Wccdman, Sammy lusion fell from a sweelheart-shap- ' Lou Ferguson, Julia Ann Wooilsoi), rd'cap outlined with 'seed pearls. Bobby Faye Michael, Owen Ilnrri- ^he carried a bouquet of White son, BiUie Jam: Hoilfjrrs, Ann Mt:snapdragons, st*phi>notis and white Leocl, Jere Reid. Evelyn Beard, Ed- orchids, and a' fjahkerchlel carried n» f,ew Roduers, G:ty (lnrrii>:iii, by'lier mother' and grandmother nt',Mary Moriinn. Verncll O'Neal. Clsr- (hgir weddings. • Irude Hoover and Virginia Swear- An ornament worn by the bride eneen. was an antique 'locket 'containing Those receiving honorable nicn- ,'. :•*- _.,.-:.- - I ___ ' {.•overcd. Mr. nnd Coming Events MONDAY Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist church neeting nt the church for lunch- on, l!i:30' o'clock. Woman's Miss;ona]y Society of ^ Bapilst Church meeting in circle groups. Circle One nicelr, with Mrs. T. W. Jeffries; Circle Two with Mrs. Albert Enderlln; Circle i'hroe with Mrs, Matt Monngliuti! Circle Four wllh Mrs. R. A. Copeland and Circle Five wllh Mrs. II. H. Burnett. Miss Katherlnc Cleveland hostess to Young Women's Association of First Baptist Church. Mrs. John F. Fields entertains GEO Club. Woman's Council of First Christian Church meeting at the church Mrs. Condy Enlnn two children. Mary Jo and RhomUi. have returned home after a two ,v,cek.s \'acation. They motored lo various points of Interest In Texas, a "inctnl from. 1 ftpme, blessed Pope Leo XIII : 'and 'carried World Wai i- by 'the 'bridegroom's father and 1 In' World'War II by thj bridegroom. Gene Feiirs, cousin of 'the bride,' was Mr- Wise's best rtiaji and Jack Minphcy was his 'groomsman. Vtn- cenr Finati and William', Coubourn; both of St. Louis, yere ushers, Followinn the 'ierwnohy, a bridal breakfast was #1*eh at 'Giteswortliy Hotel. Among th'ose attending were parents 'of the 'bride and bride- Brocm. "Mrs. " Fears wore a dark flllie sheer dress with a purple orchid corsage and Mrs. "Wise's dress was powder Blue sheer with a purple orchid corsage. Both wore white accessories. After'the ! breaWast,"Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peirii, 'Uriel* a'nS aunt of the bride, were 'host and hostess with a reception, at their home, S521 Victor Street. The couple left 'Immediately for a wedding trip "to 'CJhicRgo, 1; after which they will'go to Tu'scaloosa, Ale., to make, "their home while he is attending '/school there." He is "a. student v at the'School ; of "commerce nt University of Alabamn. The bride »as v employed at Da Paul Hospital m secretarial -work tnd the bridegroom was dl .charged in:December.fromHhe-Army. Holding the rank, of :lieul«Sant at the time of his discharge; he was 'in Ihe Engineer 'Corps.Shaving long ".efvecl overseas. tiiiests at the wedding ceremony included Mr and Mrs. Wise and daughter. Miss .Patricia "Wise, all of Blythcvllle, and Mrs. Wise's rel- itlvp'i Mrs J C Duffy and Mrs J. C. Miller, of -Kansas City, Mo. • * • Mi s. Edwin Robinson Has Her Club,' Gilests Mrs, Edwin ftoWWlon Has hos tcrs Thureday afUrnooii to mem bers of thp Oete'tte OlUb for tht lajt regular psrfy ot the organi- sation before' It.- lardisbanded " for the summer. by i lion were Betty Atkins. La Jinn: in ! Autrcy, Mary Ball, Wanda Uarham. Don'nn Jean Bohannon, Betty Borowsky, Chester Caldwell, Don Chum- blln, Rosalia 'Clcvcliind, Liicien Colemun, Joyce Damon, Mary Diw- dy, Jack Dnclos. Jnanilu Evans, Ar- tlcn Ferguson, P. D. Foster, Pef;i',y Frecmatx, Hilly Max Gunn, Holland. Nannie Mar Hopper, R.isv- niary Johnston, Mary Lmi Joyncr. Ben Lancashire, Jonn Liilx,, Marian Mayes. Charles McDnnlel, Mildred Mendor, Barbara Moim'.;lum. ttnbby Mullen, Jijii Gates, Vance Owens, Nancy Parllow, Jacky Lynn E'hilllps, J B. Phillips, George Pollock, ivm.i Rice. Moc Beth Rogers, Ruth Son Jane Shelton, Geneva Sliibley, Murv Evelyn Smith, .land Stewart, Loura Swain, Anita Fuyc Sykcs, Louise Turner and Mclbn Walker. Dorothy Limi'lcd tlie six -.vncks lonor rol) and second highest graces were nmclc by Muriel Knudsen. J'm- ny I/nvc. Frances fihouse, Vainiyo Vhitlcy and Hotly Woodson. Others on the honor roll v/ere Betty Black. Harry Parr, Peggy Winkle. Ann Wcediniin. Charles lenderson. Frances Field. Charles Upton, Simon. JnV-k* Homer. Dicky Williams, Billy Willinms, C. Redman. Palsy Ann Travis. Carene Childers, Billy Jane Rodgers, Mary Sue Berryman. Evelyn Beard. ],„,„„ Dan Caldwell. Gay Garrisnu, Jo,' Ann Shanks. Vcrnell O'Neill, MAI-|- ! lyn Demi. Wnnda IJnrham, Hobby Faye Michael. Jero Reid. Jano'l. Stewart, Mary Ball. Mary Morgan. J. B. Phillips. Ssmimyc ' Fergus™. Ann McLcod. Lloyd . KooiiU. Owc-n Harrison. Chester CalriweU, Juaniln Evanj, Ben Lancashire, Jonn Lutes. Helen Seymorc. Donna June Bohannon. Mclba Walker and Julia Ann WoiKl- son. Receiving honorable mention were Doris .Abbott, Betty Atkins. Ln June, Autrey; Bctly Ball. Thomas Bell. I Betty Borowsky. Helen Frances | Buchanan, Dun ChamblUi, Luaiai Colcman, Evelyn CuiH>iiii>ham. Joyce 1 Damon, Mary* Dowdy. Alvin D'iclos. Including Austin. San Antonio. CorpiLs chrisli and Houston, and vislte(i in Mexico. En route home, they stopped at Hot Springs for a brief stay and visited fjjends in I.Utle Rock. Stan Cooper of Mount Vernon. III., is piiest of.his coiLsin, Perry Rothrock, and hts parents, Mr. nnd "Mrs. P. C. Rothrock, for an extended stay. ' J. A Bryant haB as hLs. guests Us nieces. Misses Lynn and Glynn O'Bryant of Charles, Miss. Mr. nnd Mr.s. Wilson Forrest o( Wnlnnl Rlclgc were guests a few days this week of Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Forrest, his parents, and his sisters. Mrs! Ewell Walters and family and Mrs. Herman Hart and family. Miss Joyce Walls is Ihe weekend guest .of Mrs. K. W. Williamson and son, John, In Cnrdwell, Mo. Mrs. Tt. F. Kirslmev and son. Bob. will leave Wednesday for Frankfort. Mich., to spend Ihi: Summer. They will be Joined later by Mr. Kirslmer and daughter. Miss Nancy Kirslmer. and Mrs. Klrsli- ner's fnther, the Rev. Dr. Frank G. Smith, of Omaha. Nebr. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. J. Colien anO son, Jerry, returned from MemphiJ lust'-night, where they had licei] the (last few days. Mr. [imt Mrs. Robert L. Kosmalski' for business session and installation of officers, Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church meeting at the church foi program. Mrs. Allen Van Winkle and Mrs. W. W. McNeil hostesses Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church meeting In circle gr< ups. Circle One meeting with Mrs. FJ. Massey; Circle Two meeting with Mrs, Aubrey Conwny: Circle Three wllh Mrs. G. W. Dillu- hunty, Mrs. W. H. Klrkpalrlck, co- hostess. nnd Circle Four with Mrs n. A. ijiigg. TUESDAY Daughters of the American Revolution meeting at Hotel Noble, 1 o'clock, with Mrs. Aubrey Conway and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, hostessjs. Mrs. Max B. Held entertains Tuesday Bridge Club. Double G Club meeting wllh -.Mrs. Robert A. Porter. WEDNESDAY Mrs: O. W. McCiUchen has Tovm nnd Country Bridge Club. THURSDAY Entre Nous Club mcetlnu with rs. Theodore Logan. ONB Club members guests of Mrs, Joe Fitzpatrlck. 'Mrs. J. T. Hickman hostess to Al- jhn Hetn Bunco Club. fthel Jones Engaged To Michigan Physician AH engagement or interest In the Trl-Stali 1 terrHory is that of l)j. M:irt,'ai'ot I'^'JiC'l Jones. <LaiUih- (,.[ nf Mr. and Mr:;. H. II. Jones of Oscrnla. to Dr. Martin Chaniii el Ann Arbor. Mich, , -flic historic First Baptist Church ol Ann Ai'bor will he the setting fur the wedding June 2f>. ivltli Dr. Fj.niklln l,ll(ell olflclntlng. >v.'iu|; (he cci'f-iuony, Mr. and Mrs. Join's will receive approxl- :i:,tely 'MO (iiK'sis in Hie Ilender- i>n Room of the Michigan League ii i lit- University of Michigan cam- in:;. Mis. W. n. Thoiiilug Jr., of llous- (,ii, Texas, will serve her sister is matron of honor, liridesmaids ,vill he Miss Ann Mario Mrulscn >f Mlnnenpolls, Minn., and Miss Kern Helsslg of Kcnmore. N. Y. Dr. Chnnln will liave a.s best man. Dr. Cieorgp Herman ol Brooklyn. N. Y. fjroomsmcn will Dr. W. II. TliorniiiB of IIous- . Texas, and Dr. M. U. Tsao of Ami Arljor and Shanglial, China Ushers will bo Dr. Maurice Plei- in and Henry A. Gombei'K of | Ann Arbor. I The bride-elect was graduated j from Baylor University, Waco. Textile University of Texas School of Dentistry in Houston; and has dune poslKiaduate work in public liiallh at the University of Michi- K:m. .She is a innmb^r of Psi Chi, niuicnal honorary fralernily In psy- fhuli:uy. nnd Pi Lamba Thcta, na- tioM;tl honorary fraternity for women in rduradon. Thf bt'fdc:^rooin-c:lecl Is the fliin uf Mr. nnd Mi.s. I 1 !!!!!)) Chainln of .vark. N. J. Ho received his B. degree from thn University of c-nnsvlvania, his Master of Science nd Ph. D. degrees from Ihe Unl- erslly of Michigan. Ho is a mcm- of Doha Phi Alpha, national onnrary German fraternity, and Lambda upsilon. national hon- :-ary chemistry fraternity. l*ollov,-inK a wedding trir> to scen- lioints In Southern Michigan, Dr. m! Mrs. Chnnln will be at home _nn Arbor, where he is engaged i research wi!h the University of Ii'.!:lsan Hospital. Is Ihe true God, he ta the living Rev, Charles W. Lewis of Luxorn rmmcJI OF THE Ood, and an everlasting king:... (will be speaker. IMMACUI ATM COSCKI'TION He hath made the earth by his Wednesday night choir rehearsal. I--. ,l!cv. n. Francis MclKivllt, pastor power, he halh established the | ! Jtci-. I'aui Unjarski, nwKlanl pasenr world by his wisdom, and hath stretched out the heavens by his discretion." Jeremiah 10: 10, 12. Among the citations which comprise the Ijesson-Sermon is the fol- owing from the Bible: "Thou- art worthy, O Lord, lo receive glory an<l honour 'and power; Jor • tliou hast created al| things and for hey pleasure they are ! and were created." Revelation ' 4:11, VAKBKO MF.THODIBT CHURCH Kay L. Mcl^sUr, pastor Church School, -10 a.m. Worship Servlees, 11 a.m. PROMISED I.AM) METHODIST OII1URCH Ray -L. McLnlxr, pa»Ur Church School, 10 a.m. Youlh "meeting, 7 p.m. Eveniiig Worship. 8 p.m. ••"': . FLAT LAKE METHODIST CHURCH Kuy L. McLesUr, pastor Sunday School, '10 a.m. Glenn Bunch, superintendent. FIRST I'KESBY'.VKKIAX CHURCH Harvey T. KUld, pastor Sunday School, 0:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Pioneers, 8:45 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. [WEDNESDAY J'rayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. 8:10 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CmJKCII P^H. Jernigari, pastor Sunday 1 'School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:!>5 a.m. Training Union. r t :'.tO p.m. Evening Worship. 7:31) p.m. Mo. of Detroit. Mich., have returned to their home after spending the week lii-re with her mother. Mi's. Ruuy Brown, 804 South Lake Street. Mrs. Kosmnlski. the former Miss Virginia Brown, mndc her home here willi licr mother dining her husband's service. Betty Wade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Wade. 117 Bast Rose, is The Robinson home 101 West Jack Duelos, Arden Ferguson. 1". IX ClnckTsawba »as decorated with Foster, Peggy Freeman. Hilly M : \N boiuiuets of hydrahg^as and olner Gann, Bill Hamilton. Peggy Hnw- •Summer Ilowers .-kins, Peggy Lou Hipp. Naiicy Hoi- guest ttas Mrs Cornelius Mo A dlhger When bridge was ' played, high score prize went" to Mrs. Marvin Nuim and second to Mrs. C. F. Tucker. • « « Dancing Party Given For Young Teen Agers There were 75 guests'present last nigln at The-Hut for the dance given by Maureen Nbrris daughter of • Mr.. and -ftrs.-' Samuel F Norrls, 'and C«ry''Mason, son ol Mr. and-"Mrs. E. R. 'Mason. Included In : <he guests Patricia ' Dah«Wo*er, •' Efiima Cox. Ann 'White -'«ha ''SarSara-'DlUa- hunty all oCOaceota Stan fcobper 'of "Moluit Vemon ffl and Xbner Asberftft of footer >-Mo nted the mahUls 'of the tobbv ! anrt b U w<im and sweetpens were used al the soft drink oaf where the bor< and girls were served cold bev*«*es and cookies throughout the. eventag and, Nannie Mae Hopper. Gcrlrml; Moovcr. Rosemary .Johnston, Betty Layson, Martha Linlzenich. Jimmy Marler. Roland Marr. Marian Mayes. Mildred Meador. Charles VIcDaniel. Barbara Monaghnn. l!»b- Mullen, Jim Oates. Vavtce Oweiu; Mary Pafford, Nancy Partlovv. J.'ickj Phillips. George Pollock, Irma Rice. Ediw Lew nodscrs, Mae ni>th HDJJ. ers. Ruth Scay. Geneva Shibk-y. Marj' Evelyn Smith. Polly Ann St.-w- arl, Lanrn Swain. Virginln Swr.i:-- engen. Anita Faye Sykes. Joann Tricschniann. Louise 'I'urncr :md Catherine Yowell. visiting relatives in Kansas City. I Mrs. J. E. Crook has returned Dcnton, Texas, where she whent for the graduation ol her (Inuyhter. Miss Aim Crook, from Texas state College. for Women. Mr.s. Crook was accompanied home by another daughter. Miss Margaret Crook, also a .student al TKCW. She was accompanied to Denlon by her sister, Mrs. James Willinms of Memphis. Miss Margaret Crook, who received her bachelor of science degree, is 'now in 'Houston, Texas "where she is a waterfront director at the Girl Scout Camp. She will be home in August. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barhnm, 1308 Hcarn, have as their guests icr sister. Mrs. J. Barry Phillips, \nd Mr. Phillips, of Pasadena. Calif. Mrs. j. E. crook mid family. 1131 Walnut had as their Thursday. William Tucker of Rlplcy. Trim. During his service in ihe Armv Air corps', he wns stationed al lilythcville ' Army Air Field. Harmon Robinson, of Piggott. Ark,, is spending the weekend here . At The Hospitals Blythcville ITnspilal Admitted: Arthur Taylor, city. Raymond Houchins. city. Dismissed: Mrs. Jack Holt. Holland Charles Dinkins city. Mrs. Wilburn Burnett. Stcelc Mo. - Walls Hospital Admitted: Billy Sam Hanley, -city, • ; Dismissed: Mr.s. Dick I.ewls and tianghlci city. Mrs. R. V. Mallory, cily. Mrs. o. L- Holdman, Cnruthei.s ville. Mo. Iniogene Norrcd, Hayti. Mo. 'Memphis Mc'tlmilist Hospital Admitted: Bobuic Faye Mnlllns. Osccoln. Memphis St. Jnseiih Ilnsiitta] Admitted: Born to Mr. and Mrs. James I' Bnrksdale, city, a daughter. LAKE STREET.METHODIST CHURCH Bates ; ljt»rty, - Mator Church School, 9;60- a.m. Morning 'worship! 10:<5.'a.m. Youth Fellowship, a:45-p.m. Evening .'Worship,' 7:45',p.m. Hoard of Education, Tuesday, 7:45 p.m. . , ' Prayer Service,. Wednesday, 1:4! p.m. Membei(hlp committee, Thursday, 7:45 p.m." IMTMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday : School, 10. a.m. .Morning Wortihlp, n a.m. •TlrarAlp'g, Union, 7 p.m. Eyeriiiig Service. 7:30 p.m. '•Wednesday;' night prayer service, ' ST. MATTHEWS CHURCH OSCEOLA Rev. B. Francis MrDevitt, pastor Rev. Paul Kujurski, assistant pastnr Sunday Masses, 3 a.m. •Iiinday Massos. 7:30 and 10:30 a.m. Weekday Masses. 8 p.m. Novena 'lo Our Sorrowful Mother, Friday. 7 p.m. FUI/I, GOSI'KI, TABF.UNACI.f-: M. I). 'Mahry, jiastur Sunday School, 9:4ri a.m. Morning Worship, n a.m. Young People, fi:45 ii in. Evening Worship, 7:110 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF CIOI> CIIIIRCH-, 1.. C. IMinscy, liaslor Suiiclay School, (1:43 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador services. B:3'J p.m. Children''! Church. 0:30 p.m. KvsnsiMisUc Service, 7:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH , E. C. Ilrnwn, il.istor Sunday Seluwl. !):^IO a.m. Moining Worship. 10:5!) a.m. Tlic Rev. Mr. Bmv.'n will sjieak. Baptist TrniniiiB Union. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. 8 p.m. VUDNF.SDAY Mict-week Prayer service, 7:30 .m. Choir rehearsal, 8:10 p.m. BAPTIST CILM'KL Lilly Street Sunday School. 9:30 a.m. Morning worship. 10:30 a.m. The ?''v, D. n. nli'iisoe will speak. Trainm;; Union. 7 ]>.in. Evening Wiu.ship. S p.m. The I?{'V. Mr. Bh-dsne to speak. FIRST CHURCH OK TUB NAZAREKE F. W.: Nash, pasiar Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a'm. Young People's meeting, 7:15 p.m. Kvenitig "Worship, 8 o'clock. Wednesday • prayer 'services, 7:30 P.m. FIRST. aiKTMODIST CHURCH S. B. Wilford, pastor Church School,''fl!'4S a.m. • Morning worship. 10:55 a.m. The FIRST CHRISTIAN CIHIUCl! COO West .Main R. S. Baird, tninisler Bible School, 8:45 a.m. Mornyig , Worship, 10:50 a.m. ClirLstian Youth Fellowship, fi:3t) p.m. Evening Fellowship, 8 p.m., with religious motion pictures. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Martaret Deen Smith, Owner Inrram Bide. Phone 3274 Church Time Changed Time of Sunday evening services' it Hie First Church or the NnK-' irrJie has br-i'ii i:hnn(;i-'cl, ihe Rev. 1 W. Nash. iK.slor, announced othiy. 'oun!; People's meelinji will be it 7:l. r i p. m. and worship service. 1 ; U il [>. in. CHURCH NEWS CHRISTIAN SOiKXCJK SF.KVICKS jnnii's Cliililinusi', HIE! W. M:i*« fiod. The! Only Cause and Cren- tor 11 if; UK: KiibjnrL of tin; LCS.SOII- nnuii which will he rciui in iill Churches iincE Social ir.s "f tlio Church of Christ, scientist, on is: Lord with his mother, Mrs. Edwin JRofo hi.son, and family. Rtiymoiul Bickcrstnff, a soptiomor at Univcrslly of Avkiuisns, Payt'Lle villc, is vhslLliig his father, W. A IMcknr.staff, here over the weekend. Miss Betty Jane Sinclair, ol .SucraniL'tUo, Cnlif., -1' Mr. an<i Mrs. Axibrey Con way foi 1 (he past week, will leave tomorrow afternoon for her home. She and Mrs. Conway were quests yt'stcrdiiy at n luncheon in Osceoln at which several friends were hostesses- ' due to MALAOlAi Mcdc Moloii nlly plo In Arthritis... Uns nnhiral mineral water is iK-'Ticllciat. Many phy.siclnns' atlvisc Mountain Vnlloy Uf.- canse it stimulates Ki.l- ncy (unctions. Try s-«nc —slnrtlng TODAY. iMOHNTAlN VALl.KY MI \KKAI. WATKU Trom Hot SprhlKs, Avk. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main * Division, Blythcvillo, Arli Complete Outfits for fhp Little Stranger and for I,idle Folks lip to f, years Choose Your Reading Frnm.Oiir Well Slocked UCNDIXG I.IMUAUY TOT SHOP I'honc 230S 105 South Second Crisp Cottons lONE'S Beauty Shop is '.i.H'Jlin open hi (|ii;irlers at 809 Wesf Ash Sf. I'linne 3H:! arc stenviny; <utl in style this season : . . They're seen -in 'Ihe very licsl company . . . nnd al every sn- oial Continuous Shows Every Day K«r Offkc Opcnn 1:4t Show Starts 2:90 LISTEN TO KI.CN a-.OO a.m. 12:43 p.m. -I:"0 p.m. Keep yours lianillioM fresh and bright by fvciinnil trips to Ihis nimlcrn laini- dry. Lei Us Store Your Heavy Clothing and Furs. 418 STEAM LAUNDRY Saturday Pursuit to Algiers l: "Torcsf l!;in:;cr.s" No. 3 untl Sr-Trctod Sinn ( 8nl)j<-f 1. ilM Shows S-.\t, \'i:'M lo 11: Sunday and Monday The Sailor Takes a Wife with Ilolinrl AV:ilUor tV ,1nnn Allysr>n Snlcnlctl Slitirt Hnhjfirts C'onI'd. Slirvws Sun. 15 In 11 bf Daughter Mr. and Mrs. ; fifties ' Barksdale, . l"!.".Wtit Ketalucky. .are parents of • daughter bom yesterday at Et 'litmiil' niM|dhl Memphis. TIMr third «hlW, she has been n»»Sa~Snsan Hr^ahd Mrs* 'Barks - oUwr'**o ti|U«r«n are Shi r- ai Jama Bryan, six. Mwet OwtMd'CMm Post, n Tjlfteo, »«l«y»*Te 'male to- attend toMorrow ' ;.,v." ' M glatdc, ftwn The You'll Enj(jy These Evafrgelistic Services! MAJOR GEREN C. ROBERTS Evangelist- Chaplain U. S. Army HOY. Roberts was in Army uniform for over •! years: lie hits preached in the United States, Canada, Moxiro, Ocn'lral and South America. Starting Sunday Morninq, June 9 and continuing through June 16 Services F.aclv r.vriiln£ a( Stand.iys— I0:5r> a.m. and 8 p.m. 8 p:m. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE First ami Sycamore Ucv. P. AV. : Nash, Tasini- Chaplain Roberts Tune In KI.CS Sunday Mnniliip, iii.W In 9 VrHwk lar "Hhnwvrs tif BVwMiij; ' 'Broadcist. ICH Y4NILLA With Fortune's Famous Dairy-Fresh Sweet Cream Flavor! DaSry-fresli ^ lirraiise if* iiiaili: llic tX>RT(JNE'W«y, in one of lh« Soulh'a finest tc« mm plains! If it's FORTUNE'S VarillU, KNOW H's {-owl! Thlte «ome ' your i';\ini]y loday! L Cumin.:; SIIDII fo flic KHz: GTLDA with HHn HayworlU and Glenn Ford MISS SUSTF, SLAGLE'S with Bonny Tuffs >t Veronica Lake SARATOGA THUNK wllh Tngriil Bnrgniann <t Gary Cooprr FUOM TUTS DAY FORWARD with Joan Fonl.'ilnc ,t Afark Stevens THE BEI.LS OP ST. MARY'S with Bin'4 Crosby (^ Tnr.riil I^ci inniin Mnlincrs Snl. * Run. Only linx Oflii-c Opens fi:M; Shnw Slarli R:-ir> I'. M. Kach HvcninB Oprns Sllllil;iy I:f)0; Starts 1:15 . <'i»nf iinjuiis Shows >^af. anil Snn. l*.ar£:ii;i '*.'i:'Jx( T-lvcry Nielli l^xccpt Saturday. N'n pavvt's/ IiiinorrtT on Sunday al Oir Unvy. WflODS DRUG STORE 311 W. MAIN SSENGILl'S BHLG STDflE »SCB*tA, ARKANSAS Two Fisted > Stranger wilh f'h.n-fcs Slarrclt Serial: "Wlln's HuiHy" No. 5, Shuit ('nnl'il Shows Sal. K:3Q lo 11:.10 Sunday and Monday Show Business i with I p 'dflio OaTttnr, CIco. iVIuriih; I'ox News nnd Selrrtrd Shotls Conlinliuus Showing Sun. 1:15 tfl It 'if.

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