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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNR II, 10-10 [Circlto^ts The Woman's Missionary Society of First; Baptist Church met yoster- day aftjenioon. in circle groups for f prograJi^ and social "sessions.' ( Circle One-met with Mrs. T. W. I Jeffries; 1??2 chickiisawba, with 13 i members present;. The lesson laugh'* [ was on-"Women'6f the Old-Testn- * ment," the' same subject used ;it nil | circle nieets. Mrs. Marion WtUinms E taiight ilia lessdn. and prayers v)ore ! : led by-Mrs. E. C. Brown nnd Mrs. f H. H. Brooks. .-The devotional was ;< civon b\- Mrs. C: M. Smntl. GEO Club Entertained By Mrs. John Fields Mrs. John F. Fields was lioilc'ffi 'last nisl't' 10 members of (he GEO Club and uther em-sis at the Fields homo, 10M Wi-st Wnlnm. Mrs.M. 13. Vumlrrau of Helen", the hostiss 1 mothfr; Mlfis lln Refers nnd Miss June Go.sncll were guests. When bridge was pl.iyed. hlsli score prize wrnl lo Mrs. J. C. Jr., A and l)ri£l£o to de.sscn course Mrs. Voncleraii -,ins served. Miss Virginia Payne 'Mrs. Albert Enderlln wns hostess rp .,,. , '.-, to membbrs of Circle Two at lieriiO Wed Lai' Bmb: home, 'ilOO .Chcikpsawba* The 11 nicmbers'preseht" were led'lii prayer Ly Mrs. Ted King and Mrs. Ebb Carson, Mrs. E. P. Blomeycr taught trie lesson. Mrs. Roy Head taught the lesson foi Circle." Three, which met with Mrs. Matt Monnghnn, 901 West Ash. Mrs. Tom \V. Jackson led the opening prayer for the 13 members nrid Mvs.'R. E. Blaylock closed the nicotine; with prayer. Mrs. R;,A. Copland was lipstes:; t.o meitiijeVs-'of Circle Four at hur 1'Oinc Franklin. In adili- ' Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. w. u. Tanner, 420 walnut. will lonvi? tomorrow for Helena, where ,sho formerly lived, to visit friends, she will be accompanied by Mr.s. M. 11. vundernn of Helena, who has been the Kue.st here ol lior diuiftlilcr, Mrs. John R pieUis, and Mr. Fields. 1026 Walnut. Mrs. Tanner recently returned from Washington, D. C., where .she visited friends and relatives. ' Mr. nnd Mr.s. D. A. Harwell ol Parkin, were weekend quests ol gave the devotioi»ftl.aSuL Mrs.;Walter Bislioj) taught '^re''lesson? Mrs:-Taylor led Rcfresjimejfrfi' were served at', all of Ihe •Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Payne announce the engagement of their laughter. Miss Virginia Payne, lo Carl Eugene Ounran. sou of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Duncan. Miss Payne and Mr, Duncan were 'luhiaVi-d from Del! HH;h Schr.oi ami lie later served in the Navv. Plans for the wedding, tu be :;ol- eimii/ed this niunth, will be ::n- nonncc'd later. Will Present Program At Christian Church . weeks. He makes his home here siwcial: in'OBmm of readings, | with his grandmother, Mrs. M. C. l;c presented Ciilllson, 100 West Walnut. Mrs. s. P. Martin. Mrs. II. s. Davi.s and son. Henry Davis are &lHHidlng several days . vacation fit Horseshoe Lake. Mrs. C. C. Wood of Tallulah. pastor. - La., formerly of niyU-.eviile. is a of Gitlfport, Miss, Jimmy C. Brogden of South Pasadena, Calif., is here with Irlends and relatives, and also will visit in Paraiiould and ilatcsvllle. He formerly lived In Ulythevllle. Mr.s. J. T. Ashley Jr., h'.s returned to her home in Moullre.Ho, Ark., aftei' havii];', been nuesl liere ol, Mr.s. J. T. Ashley, :fi:>. Knst Ken- lucky. ' Juanila Cjnodinnn, dniiithtrr ol Mr. JUKI Mrs. K. w, Clooclinnn of MnniJiis, lias ri-tiirned to her nller havln;; Ijeen the KUCSI hi re a v.'cek of her Krandniollier. Mr.s. V. I). Smith, RWA Wesl. Walnut. .IvmntUi v;aK arcompuuie.d here by her mother, who remained for a brief visit, and accompanied to Memphis by Annella Hiimnhroy, who will be the i;owlninn.s' (jnc.st. Mr, and Mr.s. Jesse If. Web!) tion to ttie'to inembers''))rescnt vvas a Kiiestr"Mrs; A. L: Cooper.' Pr.iycrv were otecd''s<Mrs".'Copeland and Mrs. H.««;'JBli»nkcnshi)>. Mrs. Tlico- dorc Logffi taught the lesson. Mvs. *;-^I./feMiieCl,,.vi-as . to nlnciimVjcrs'of 'Circle Pivcihml >'° U "B WO "' E » tluce omer.iguestvMrs. Irene Tay- versity. Ei.UI. Ok)a.. It was aiinoim- lor, MrST Bert Ross ond Mrs. Ellh ; ced by the Rev. H. Scott Uuird. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stanley, 403 Chlcfcasawba. Mrs. w. T. Olwrst has gone Jackson, Miss., where she is uu of her daughter, Mrs. S. Pallev/on, and family. Condition of nobby Cullison Is .satisfactory following his operation at Walls Hospital for skin srnl't- liiH. The .sccind operation he has undertone within the. past three weeks, Hobby will undergo Ireat- inent tliere for the next two I , umoriw n.fjhl s '-'.''St Chrislmn "' . a o'clock, at the CHure , by four flom I 1 '"""!* U"l- Mrs. Ferguson-'Hostess ' Charles counselor G. for educational University. last nighVto;members.of the Yoniif! Women's-Association of First Bap- list oluiHSf^St JjejrJh'prrie' nf Blythe- viHe AruiytAlf^jField. '. 'V ' . Mrs. Ruth Baugh led the proyrfun with discussion pf-thp fourth..ehnp- ter of ttfe^Kome Mission Bo6k,'".To- day's Worlil? 1 '. Refreshments• of^ a dessert Bourse be in charge of the. program, which will Include sacred, popular and novelty .selections. ParticlpiVlint; on the program will 'jbe Miss Betty Sufjff, reader; Mls.s ~:velyn Fagg. voeal soloist; Miss Hnrrouff. pianist; Miss Rulh Carroll, conielist. During their visit here., they will be entertained in .some of the church homes. Phillips university is owned and opernted by the Christian Churches of Maircl stales area the Rev. Mr. said, pointing out that H At Church Yestercl&y Members, of Circles one, Five ami Six of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist church were- hostesses yesterday' lo ovher members of the organization wilh a luncheon at the church. The.* recreation room, arranged for the luncheon'; was' decorated with arrangements ot flowers. Mrs.* A. O. Hudson hud charge of: tlic. program, "Christianity in Peace ..Time." Mrs. O. E. Kniidsen participated on the program and Mrs. Maude Melton gave the de- voUon^l. Mrs. Hudson conclvuJed tlie meeting with prayer. The; GO members nnd guests at- tendirii; included Mrs. Art Olsen who recently . moved here from Chicago, and Mrs. Ho well Brewei of Hot Springs, houseguest of her daughter, Mrs. Coleman Stevens and family. , train;; more young people for 'the ministry thnn any olher sehool of the Disciples of Christ. The Rev. Mr. Bnlrcl added that the public was invited. Commii Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. O. W. McCiUchen lias Town and Country Bridge Club. THURSDAY Blntve Nous Club meeting with Mrs. Theodore Logan. I ONH Club members guests of Mrs. Joe Fitzpatrick. Mrs. J. T. Hicknian hostess to Alha Beta Bunco Club. Fideli.s Sunday School Class of irsl Bfiplist Church meeting with Mrs. Don Haley for pot-luck sup- :er. patient at Mercy Hospital, Vicks- liurg, Miss., where she underwent, a major operation Saturday morn- Ing. Her condition Is believed sal- Isfactory. Mr. and Mrs. I,. D. Mwrlseltr: have returned to Iheir home tn Edinburg, Texas, after having been In Armorcl as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. TJ. Smith ami his mother, Mrs. G. I. Morrlsette. Mr. and "Mrs. W. C. Pound nntl children. TSctb and Idn Grace, of Walnut Illdye. have been the guests of Mr. r.iul Mrs. !•'. A. Dyer. 402 East Main, and other friend;; here, where they formerly made their home. Mr. Pound was tn I Blytheville on a regular business | trip lor the Mnlnftn Control ov-• giuilzntJon, with which he is connected. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Qudhivllr. and her mother. Mrs. El inn Armstrong, G08 ChlL-kiisawbn. lia\ p c an their guests for a few days Mr. and Mrs. C. Brown Rodgers and Dr. and Mrs. Brown Rodgers, all and family v/Hl have as their guests for about two weeks, Mrs. -John Muy and children. Mary Louise, three, and John .Jr., el|,'!it, of Baton HUIIKC, r.a.. and Mrs. W. G. ficran- loai ami son. Hill, 14. of Jacksonville, ri:i., who will arrive Thursday. Mrs. 11 ay anil Mrs. Scrunloai are diiuuhlers of Mr. Webb ar.'l formerly resided in lilylhevillc. Miss Martha Mae Mrmlague of Port Worlh. Texas, has been nur? of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh WlilLsitl sev eral days. She resided here a number, of years iH',<> with her i>aroi>i : Mr. and Mrs. Mt]gh Montague, v:lu> now live in Denison. T**xas. Ann \Vbiie has retumcrl lo her homr- in Osci-'ola after hai'inu been gui-st of Vivian Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway. .l;u\e Aduius and Pei^y At\n UoitKlas, of Osceola, \vere guests laM nif;hl °f Miiureen Nnrrls. 140 Students Attend Baptist Bible School The v.iealion Bible School at First Baptist Church began yesterday nioininw v f 'ith an enrolment- tsf ir>u siudi'ntr. and attendance (U lit) the fiM day. 'I he llcv. I). !!. Bledsoe. assistant pastor. Is superintendent, of the school an<! oilier workers include: Keglnuer Dcpartntt-ut, Mrs. Ted KliiK, supnintendent; Mrs. Iva 1-. O'Neal, Mis. Sam H. Williams, Mrs. Alvln Jiiitfmnn .Jr., and Mrs. Clyde Newman; i'limary Department, Mrs. Marvin Lane, superintendent; Mrs. James lioy, Miss Beatrice Ilar- t;ctt, Mi.^.s Joyce Damon and Miss June Buchanan. Junu.r Peparrmetu, Mrs. E. C. -own. -;ui)'rinterident; Mr.s. James Lunsforel, MLss Betty Woodson, Mr.",. Claud Umvlaml. Miss Klvira rs :ind Mrs. Ifattic Nowsom; rmetii^le Department. Mrs. Ebli Carson, s'llierintejulent; Mrs. H. G. Cash, Mis. Hoy Head, Mrs. Marlon Williams, Miss Luna B. Wilhelm, Mrs. Harry Frltziits, Miss Prances vhouso and MLss Barbara Mon- nshan. The .school is for children froin four to hi years anil classes are from 8::i'l o'clock to 10:30 o'clock for Ueiiinner nntl Primary Departments and 8:30 o'clock to 11:30 o'clock fur Junior and Intermediate D( partments. Admitted: •W. II. Forbls, Steele, Mo. L. M. MocKly, Dell. Mrs. Jesse King. Steele, Mo. Kugene Walking, city. Carolyn Clement, city. Mrs. J. N. Crouch, city. Mis. Bobby Nowlln, Manila. Hilly Joe Hill, city. Mrs. !•'. K. Tunno, city. Joe Shanks Jr.. city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Haugh, Hughes, a son yesterday. Dismissed: Mrs. Joe IMiney and baby, city. Margaret Hill. Bt. 2. city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Mr.s. Pearl Shibley, Osceola. MviKiihis Mcl.einore Clinic Admitted: C. K. Uoyd. Osceola. Mrs. C. C. Chandler, city. Attend Graduation \ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Colnnan of Osceola. returned Friday from Gulf- >oii. Miss., where they attended the jmdualion exercises of their daughter. Miss Belly Jean Coleirutn, at Oulfpark College there. Betty .lean received her illuluma from hluh scliool, placing -Jiird highest In scholastic liomrs. Site also received several social lionurs while in sclinol tliere, having bi'en chosen one of six girls of the school to attend Mardi Gras in New Orleans this year. THE BEAUTY CUNIC Margaret Heen Smith, Owner Incram Bid;. Phone 3274 CAItl) OV. THANKS We wish to express our Kiallludo and appreciation to our kind nclgl:- l.ois and friends who hflped us wlu-n our home burned. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Bisllip and Family. Fur Your Stanley's Household t'leaniuif Clifinirah, Furniture Cleaner, Window t'U'anrr, Wnml- wnrk Cleaner Call JIKK. AI.AIA SCIIEKr.lt Kesidenee Fhone 8:{9 * CAltl) Or THANKS We wish to take this means of thanking our friends for Uieir kin'l- ne.ss and sympathy duiini.; UK* recent illness ami death of my wite Oscar Tilliiinn and family Jean's BEAUTY SHOP is iignin open for iinsinoss in i\l;!iiil;t, Arkiins-n.s. Open from -S (o 5. Upon nights hy itppoinl mi'iif. Phone 41 At The Hospitals IMyDicvillc Hospital Admitted: Dvioma iiyrd. city. Mrs. C, W. White-. Holland, Mo. Mrs. AUKclo Mniihalin.s, liay'.i. Mo. Dismissed: Miss iiupe Whit worth, city. W. I). lifi.vdcr. city. Arthur Taylor, eity. Walls ir<lr,pital DOf ro MALARIA? 666 otli M ONCf 10 r«- li«v»...i/i«<H>ymillloni for ytou .. .tiy ill S*fE - OUKK - SUBt Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! One call to us will itrrange to have your remembrances sent, not ju.tfc once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. , HOF fUSHES? '• Wortren In your'10's'—tills great iiicill- '• clueT^°}"inoi« to relieve hot lloshM. : nervous tension—wlicn due to tlio : lunotloinl -inlddle-Bgo- porlort pecu- -: liar to women. Wo'rlh twill 'OiULHUUMfS VEGIfAllf CtlMFOUIIB r.TJ). 8errie« 411 Mr». J. St. (M«) SHO W« neltrer Anrwhcra in. nwntr <;irnc«s Bldf. A» Advertised in "MADEMOISELLE" MAKE LIFE EflSy WITH ^ SweUSJu&fat 7i/ieclDoef/L. Saddles While Klk with Tan Sailrile. Hcd rnl)l>cr soles, A A (n C vviittlis. l'! 1 ^ to only. $4.50 Ritx .Theatre .Building Just Unpacked — A Large Shipment Tennis Shoes Made with Black Uppers —Gray Soles Children's—Sixes 0 lo lO'/, 1.78 Youths'—Sixes II lo Li 1.91 Hoys'—Sixes 2Vi to '"> ^-01 lion's—Si/cs (Ji/2 to II 2.'21 Women's—Bi/.es 5 In 0 1.78 Have White- Uppors, Cray Rules The Family Shoe Store 312 West Main Phone 2342 Distinctive Greeting Cards and Gifts for Father's Day • Sunday, .Tnno Ifith .GIFT SHOP 1(K! Bast Jfain Lcni'cs limy MOKE LUSTROUS Immediately! DARA S H A M P O O Just a single DARA shampoo will leave your Einir glorious with new Insire. Si> (rj- DAK A . . . ri^ht iiu-.iy . . . ;md ireat your finir to the s/x-wny heauiy benefits found only in DARA. DAM A instanily produces EI rich, hubhlirii; lather in any kind of water. Unlike sonp, DARA never leaves a duUiny film. Unlike soap, DARA nes'er requires a special rinse. DAIlA removes all loose t fui id ruff — righl away. DARA leaves hair soft and manageable — right after shampooing, • DARA reveals all the i;U>rious naiural lusire, G«f Your DAItA of any drug or department sfore. Also ovciFabfe in throo family siiei B5c 1.502.50 lONE'S Beauty Shop is ;ij;;iin open in U'liiptirary (liiiirtcrs at 809 West Ash St. Reserve for Saturd Watch ior Big Announcement in Thursday's Paper/ Complete Outfits for (lie Little Stranger nncl for I. idle folks up tn C< Cluioso Ydtir From' Om Well Slnckcil I.ENDINC LIBRARY TOT SHOP Tlione i30S 105 Soufh Second Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens l:* Show Starts 2:00 LISTP.N TO KLCN 0:00 a.m. 12:4T> p.m. ^:S p.m. 4% FARM LOANS Farm loans mado to fit your individual urods. Our rp-paymcnl jirivilege jrranlcd :ill tnirn>\vt>rs. L.ftl us explain our Pro-Payment Kt'srrvo I'lan. NO EXTRA CHARGES—NO APPLICATION, APPRAISAL, ATTORNEY'S or CLOSING FEES and NO COMMISSION If \vc arrange a loan wilh you il is jrond business for us lo make it fit your nootl* Ucransi' farm loans arc a good investment only wlu'ii tlioy avo gooA Cor (ho farm owner. NOBLE GILL AGENCY Glcncoe Bldg. Phono /s Your Cheapest Commodity! Use It Plentifully and Wisely for Your Hot Weather Comfort ... and Health Blytheville Water Is Good Water . . . and ft is alv/ays at your service in plentiful quantity. Blytheville Water Co, Tuesday & Wednesday 'Letter for Ev?e' wilh MLirslr.i Hunt ;uitl John Carroll Selected Short Snliji-cls Continuous slio\vinRT r\ r ery ilay Coming Sonn lo Hie Kil-/: OILDA with Ritii Haywortli and Gleun Fort.1 MISS SUSIE SLAGLE'S with Snnny Tufts tfe Veronica Lnkc SARATOGA TRUNK with IllGrltl Bcrgmniin .fe Gnry Cooper FROM THIS IW.Y FORWARD wilh Joan Fontaine & Mark Stevens THE HELLS OF ST. MARY'S with Bini; Crosby & Ingritl Bcrff- niann - • BERNARD ALLEN, "Water Is Your Cheapest C Matinees Sat. .t Sun. Only ilox Office Opens R:30; Sllow Starts firlit I*. 31. ICaeh Kvetiinff Opens Sunday 1:0(1; Staris 1:15 Continuous Slum's Sa(. and Sun. Bargain NigM l-'very Ni^llt l:\'cepl Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Koxy. y and WKUNKSDAY DOIIIU.K KKATIIKK uit'i !*ilwanl Ci. Kobinsnti VINCENT PRICE-LYNN BAR! ed by ALFRED W£RKER EfJbyAUBREVSCHENCK 20u etinnnrGK rrcirtt

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