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fAGE TWO BLTTHBV1I1J! (ARK.) 'COtflStBR Coming Eventi .MONDAY CJrcJe row of Women's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian CfoUrch, meeting withers. Vt. ' with Mrs, . Bob'Burns, co-hSSteSsi-8 p. in. Women's 'Missionary .'-Union, First Baptist Church, -metttng Ifi -circle gioups: Circle l, 'Mrs.-'C. W. Af- fitck; Circle 2, Mrs. ;G, 0. Kawki; Circle 3,' Mrs, Jesse S«man; Circle 4, Mrs. 'Malt 'Monaghan; Circle 5, Mrs. M. C. Outlaw., Women's Missionary Society, Calvary Baptist Church, meeting &t church, 7:30 p.m. Woman's Society of Christian Service, First Methodist CitUMh,.'mect- Ing at church for business and soda! meeting, 3 p. m. Woman's Society OJ Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist Church, meeting at church, .2:30 p.m. • TUESDAY. * Miss Friuices 'Little .entertaining DotioM G Club. La jfeuve Club meeilne'with Mrs. R. B. Logan. JK G. N. B. Club meeting with Mrs. Kobert Weedman. T ' WEDNESDAY ' . Mrs.- Graham Sudbury entertaining Club Eight. Friendly Severt 'Club meeting with Mrs. Don Edwards. THURSDAY Mrs/-W, M. McKenzle entertaining Friday, Luncheon Club. Miss Haiey, Bride-Elect Honored At Shower Party Miss Carolyn ;Haley, who has : been entertained at a series of parties since (lie announcement of her engagement ancTappfoachliig marriage to J. Wilson Henry,.ngalu was complimented: lasljiiight .'when,Mrs. E. D. Ferguson, Mrs..P. E. Coolcy arid Mrs. A. E. Huntley entertained with n "good-luck" shower at the Ferguson home. The affair WHIT attended by 24 guests, Roses find gladioli fenlured the '.decoration of the living room-of the hnniCj while a.green and whlto color scheme was carried out In the fining room, where white •daisies anil white gladioli, interspersed with •greenery, were -used. The good-luck 'theme -was effectively, carried out -throughout (lie entire:party, with the chair of the guest of honor marked with a tolden horseshoe, tied with iribbon from the bridal bouquet ot : Mrs. 'Robert Smart, daughter of Mrs. Ferguson A miniature 'bridal couple wju arranged on'the fireplace mantel un: dcr a-gold horseshoe and "surrounil- cd with loui leaf clovers, while favor"! for the guests were more tiny Mrs. Borum, Mrs. Norris Entertain For Mrs. Seal Mrs. Edgar Borum and Mrs. Salnuel P. Morris entertained 20 guests with p bridge party last nfglit nt the Borum home In special compliment to Mrs, T. G. Seal of Tonally, N. J., hoiweguest of Mrs. Geraldlhe Greene. A rose and brown color scheme wns carried out In the Summer 'lowers which were nrranged throughout tlie entertaining rooms of (lie house, In the tally cards used, and In the dessert course ter 'he bridge which was served :ame.s. Mrs. Marvin Robinson received n crystal bowl for htgli score prize, Mrs. R. L. Banister v,-as awarded i crystal .perfume bottle lor second high; and Mrs. Sen) was uresenlcd with a set of hnnd painted mats. place horseshoes. Alterya good-luck conUst had Refreshments of Ice cream and individual cakes were served * • * Son Is Born Yesterday Mr. nnd Mrs. Alton Jnggers arc he parents of a son, born last ycs- :erday afternoon at Skaller'B Clln- c, The baby has been named John James Jtiggcrs, for his two grandfathers, John G. Bfirnes and the late James j. jaggcrs. The Joggers have a daughter, Llndn, who is 21 months old. « • • Baptists Are Entertained Mr. and Mrs. William Hannn entertained 31 members of the B. A. I), of Calvary Baptist Church issl night at their home on West Vine. Officers elected nl last night's meeting were Mrs. Ethel Burks, relcclea president, William Hntinn, vice president, Mrs. Jim England, secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Wil- llnm Hayncs and Mrs. Martha Duncan, social committee, Wilntun Haynes, Elble quiz leader, and Vernon Boyd und Mrs. Fate Bratton, group captains. The brier business meeting was presided over by Mrs. Burks, nnd games nnd contests were played (luring the soclnl hour. Refreshments of snmlwlchcs, cookies, salad nnd Iced drinks were served. * • * Dorcas Class Has Party Members of the Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church met last night on the lawn of ilie church [or a picnic supper and brief business meeting. Mrs. J. VV. Dolen. class president, presided at the business session, and Mrs. Jessie Rceder gave the devotional taken from Matthew bcen'playecl, little Anne Lippill of Memphis,." granddaughter of Mrs. Huntley, brought m a basket filled with a miscellaneous assortment of gifts for the bride-elect. Anne's dress was embroidered With four leaf clovers, while more of the lucky tokens decorated the gift basket. Refreshments of punch, cake, mints; antT nuts : ,w«re served, with the individual cakes iced in green arid white to complete the selected color': schema. 11, A- reading, "Why ilic StW'/wns given by Miss Cordelia Wllhltc, an ( i the closing prayer was offered by Mrs. Rcodcr. • * * Bridge Club Entertained Summer flowers in vivid hu decorated the Ross Moore home sesterday afternoon when Mrs Moore entertained members of the C. B. c. Club for their weekly bridge game. High score prize was . won by WEDDING FLOWERS Our expert florists will handle decorations for weddings, parties and other occasions. Call us for nn estimate. FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Smfce We Deliver Anywhere Ph. 491 Mrs. J. M. (MM) Williams, owner Glencoe Bldf. Urs, Lendeiinle Fowler, second hlgli by Mrs. R. A. Copeland, nnd irlrigo by Mrs. Paul KiniUro. Iced drinks nnd cookies were orved during the afternoon. Bits 0f News" Mostly Personal Mr. nnd Toby 1/mg are In . . Memphis where Mr. Long underwent n goiter operation nt Mclho- dlst Hospital yesterday morning. His ondltlon yesterday afternoon was atisfactory. His mother, Mrs. John -ong, and his sister, Mrs. L. M. Cooper, went to Memphis yesterday norning to be with him. Judge and Mrs. Doyle Henderson »nd son, Charles, nnd Mrs. C. L. Vylle, spent yesterday In Memphis, where Mrs. Henderson went to con- ult her specialist. Charles was cn- oute to Bells, Tenn., for a visit with his grandmother for several weeks. Mrs. L.W. Johnson and children, Dcnlsc nnd Louis Arlen of Miami, la., 'have returned to Ihelr homo fter a visit here as the guests of VIr. and Mrs. Earl E, Lowery. Mrs. lohnson k the former Miss Kelha Jrest of Stcele, Mo. Mrs. Jennie Malone left this iffernoon for Florence, Ala., where he will spend several days with icr niece, Mrs. Lanier Reed nnd Mr. Reed. She nnd, Mrs. Reed will ;o from Florence to Cooper Hill, Tcnn., where they will make a >rief visit with Mrs. Reed's sister, Mrs. J. L. Peterson and Dr. Pctcr- 011. Mr. nnd Mrs. E B Rnckcr of Bragg ally, Mo,, will spend lomor-: ow here as guests of their daugli- .er, Mrs. C. J. Little and lamlly. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Luckett and :hlldren have returned lo their nine in Hclcnn, Ark., after spcncl- 'ng the holidays In Doll with his notlier, Mrs. J. A, Luckett and )ls sister, Miss Ncal Luckelt. Mrs. ollbcrt Hammock, who hn.-J ipent the pnst three weeks here us the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. Oretiler Field, Manchester ,N. H.; to Join Sergeant Hammock) who Is stationed there frr a short tlflie before receiving his overseas ortler*. Mrs. Hammock plans to return here later for another visit with Mr. and Mrs. 0. t>. Hammock. Miss Zonnyc Kathryn Wllltley returned this morning from Slloam Springs, Ark., where she attended Baptist Assembly for two weeks. Miss Mary Ma'/.eppa King of Cleveland, Mlss.i will arrive tomorrow morning for n visit with her aunt, Mrs. Samuel F. Nc-rrls snd family. Miss Evelyn Blythe of Hattles- burg, Miss., will arrive tonight lo spend her vacation here with her mother, Mrs. Virgil Greene and family. Mrs. O. B. Boonc returned Thursday night from a month's visit • In Baslln, MASK., and Alb«- mnrle, N. C. J. P. Friend left today for Lufkin, Texns, where he will JobvMrsV Friend nnd their son, R. A. Friend; for n visit with relatives. Mrs.' Friend and R. A. have been in Texas for several weeks. Mrs. Mottle Morgan is critically 111 at her home at 920 South Lake Street. Mrs. J. T. Stovall and son, Tom Slovnll, both of Eudora, Ark., ar-. rived Thursday for a visit with' Mrs. Stovnll's sons, W. H. arid J. R. Slovnll and their families. Mr. Stovall returned home yester-^ day while his mother remained fof a longer visit. At the Hospital, Blytiicvllte Hospital Admitted- Mrs; W. B, Marvel, Armorel. Mrs. Ruby Lewis, city. , ' Dismissed— . • • • Mrs. Aivln Wells, 'Luxora Wall:: Hospital AdmlUcd— George Pollock, city. Mrs. Jack Cooper, Holland, Mo Bonnie Jean Clark, Burdette. Dismissed— Mrg.. Joe liaiileU, city. George Todd, steele, MO. ST, STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets .Thomas B. Smylhe, Jr., minister 8:00 A. M. Holy Communion. MLVAUY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Osceola Thomas. B. Smylhe, Jr., minister 11:00 A. M. Holy Cominunton and Sermon. IMMACULATE; CONCEPTION CHURCH Ash and Division Streets Rev. J. J. Thompson Itev. J. P. McDonnell Sunday Masses, 7:30 a. m. find 0:30 a. m. Benediction will follow 10:30 mass. Weekday Masses, 6:30 a 'm and fl n. m. Friday Evening, f::30 o'clock, tfovenn In honor ol our Sorrowful Mother. Meetings A stated meeting of .the Order.ot the Eastern star will be held Tues. Hummock, lelt last night for day night, 8 o'clock, at Ihe hall / OUGHT TO GIVE YOU T6N EXfffA YEARS FOR CAUSING OFFICER CLANCY TO HAVE TO LEAVE A DR. PEPPER /N ORDER TO CATCH YOU/ OPA OFFICIAL RELEASE- ODD LOTS OF SHOES At 25 Per Cent Discount From Retail Prices, Amendment No. 64 to Shoe Ration Order No. 17 July 10th Through July 29th RATION FREE! MONDAY we will place on sale all white dress slippers; all black gabardine and a few odd lots of brown sport pumps. Styles on display on racks. 5,85 Shoes, Less 25 Pet—4.38, plus tax—4.47 6.95 Shoes, Less 25 Pct-5,21, plus tax—5.32 7.50 Shoes, Less 25 Pct.-SSS, plus tax—5.75 Some Odds and Ends With Tax—$3 ALL SALES : FINAL A* IH NINE'S WOE<R_ i a F* <v T O Q / ALL SALES CASH SATURDAY. JUT/i' 8, 1944 CHURCH NEWS I<AKB STREET METHODIST' CI1UKCH Bales Sturdy, <. pastor Church School, 9:60 a. m. Iver- 60n Morris, supl. Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m. •Hor Loyil Arc We to Christ?" jastor's subject. Junior, intermediate and Senior Youth Fellowship, 1 p. rn. Evening Worship, 8 p, m. cnihg Our Eyes on Jesus" 'Past. pastors subject. • Prayer Meeting Wednesay night, B o'clock. Pol-Luck Supper and Men's Meeting, Thursday nlg'ljt, 8 o'clock, Rev. C. E. speaker. Pattern of Luxora, guest FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S. B. Wilford, pastor Church School, 9:45 a. m. u B Branson, supt. Morning Worship. 10:65 a. m. Solo by Mrs. Fanner England, "Cruolfius" Faure. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. on the church lawn. Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday, 8 p. ;n. CALVARV BAPTIST CHURCH (!: W. -Archer, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. James Barber, supt. Morning Worship, 11 a. m, Pvt Clark of Blythevllle Army Air Field will be guest speaker in the absence of the Rev. Mr. Archer. B.T.U. B.-30 p. in. Sermon by Private Clark. Wednesday night, 7:30 p. m mid-week service'and choir rehearsal, Edwin Barger, director Thwwlay night, 8 o'clock, prayer meeting In Pride Addition. YARBRO METHODIST CHURCH D. G. Hindman, pastor Church School, 9:S5 a. m Paul Abbott, supt. Worship Service, 11 a. m No Night Service. PROMISED I/AND METHODIST CHURCH I). G. Ilindmah,- pastor Church School, 9:55 a. m FelK Hill, 'supt.. . . . Youth Fellowship, 7:30-p. m J T. Sikes, councillor. Evening Worship Service, 8:15 p. m. Sermon by Mrs. D. G Hindman. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kldd, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m Morning Worship, 11 n. m Evening Worship, 8 p m WEDNESDAY'- Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. m. Choir Rehearsal, 8:'15 p. m. . m We Finish Linens Befter- What a pleasure it is to have sparkling linens", laundry-fresh and revitalized for longer wear! And you are completely free of wash-day worries so that added time con be spent on war activities when you send your clothes to Blytheville Laundry. FOJR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTER DRY CLEANING 418 STEAM LAUNDRY FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 8:30 a. m. Philip J. Deer, stipt. Morning Worship, 10:45 n. m. Sermon by Chaplain George Marts of BAAF. Solo by Mrs. Paul Tip ton. B.T.O., 1 p. in. E. L. Sherrlck, director. Evening Worship, 8 p. m. Sermon by Chaplain Marrs. WEDNESDAY— 7 p. m. Sunday School Teachers and Officers meeting. 1:30 p. m. Mid-Week prayer service, 8:10 p. m. Choir practice. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF COD CHURCH Seventh and Ash Slreeis II. !:. Simms, pastor Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. Mornlhg Worship, 11 a. m. Radio Broadcast, 2 p. m. C. A. class, 7 p. in. Evangelistic Message, 8 p. m. Weekly services Tuesday and Friday, 8, p. m. FUU/ GOSm, TABERNACLE Lily and Vine Sts. Clifford I/. Thaeber, pasior Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Preaching, 11 n. m. Jr. P.Y.P.A., 0.-90 p. m. Sr. P.Y.P.A., 7 p. m. Evangelistic Service,.8 p. m. MtD-WEEK SERVICES Young Peoples Service, Tuesday night, 8 o'clock. Bible study, .Thursday, 2 p. m.- Prayer Meeting, Friday night, 8 o'clock. ..••••• "The full Gospel is your welcome." .. : . Roaches, Rats and Mice eliminated; Contract service in pest control. Biddle Exterminators Fre« Estimates. 115 B, Third Phone «« Buy Invasion Bonds Spend what you save using Shibley's Best Flour. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SKHV1CKS Woman's Clubhouse. 1410 W. Main "Sacrament" is tlie subject ot the Lesson-Sermon whleli will Ijc rend In all Cliurches and Societies of tfie Church of Christ, Scientist on Sunday. The Golden Text Is: "Create In m e a clean heart,- o Oorl; and renew a right spirit within me " I'snlms 51:10. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "Then Peler said unto them, Repent, and ue baptised every one ol you In die name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins; and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost," Acts 2:36. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M 8. Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problem \ < By App«inknenl The Gift Shop Modern »Dd Antique Gift* COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Greeting Cards Novelties A GIK For Everybody Bldf. Phone 2254 MOSS BRYAN O.P.A. Odd Lot Release MEN'S and WOMEN'S SHOES RATION FREE! July 10th Through July 29th 25% Reduction In Price: 2.95 Shoes Are 2.21 3.95 Shoes Are 275 $5 Shoes Are 3.75 $6 Shoes Are 4.50 6.75 Shoes Are 5.16 SEVERAL HUNDRED PAIR AT THESE REDUCTIONS. Sale Starts Monday Morning at 8:30 BLUE, BLACK, BROWN, WHITE, and TWO TONES INCLUDED No Refunds Or Exchanges! The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Phone 2342 •••••^•^M^MM^M^M^^DHMH^^BiaBni i ir/ Continuous Shows Erery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.ON li'W BJB. 12:45 pjo. 4:S* fM, Saturday ll,' magnUiceaK maffniollc'i -1 aurttcal boatliag a bl«od ol entaMata-; j ' HANDS ; ACROSS" THE BORDER A REPUBLIC PICTURE; RUTH TERRY iic lot- mums; JISLM sums • HIT Tint BOS NOUN DO i THE SONS jnw PIONEERS' SerMIr "Alaskan Sfj-stcrj" i\'o. K and Selected Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 Snnday and Monday Desert Song with Dennis Morgan and Irene Manning Paramount News and Short Continuous Showing Son. 1:15 to 11 ROXY Hattnew Sit. & Son. OnJj Ofaa fach night C:45; starts 7 Openi Bandar 1:00; SUrt* 1:15 C*ntlnaons Shows gat, »nd Sun. Mrpila Night Every Night Zv Smtnrday. K« i»mn honored on 8tinl»y the B*i7. Saturday Badlands of Dakota with Ann Rutherford anil Robert Slack V Serial: "The Phantom" X". 2 and Short Coo. Shoiring Sat'day 1:00 lo 11:30 Sunday nnd Monday Hot Rhythm with Mona Drake and Robert Lowery Fox News and Short ODItniou Showing Son. 1:15 to II

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