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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Executive Boards Meet At George W. Barhams' Members of the retiring and in- romln? Executive Boards of the Woman's Council of First Christian Church met Monday morning at 111; home of Mrs. George W. Barnaul, 1308 West Ileimi, for the final meeting of the council year. Mrs. J .Cecil Lowe, vice president of both the retiring and new boards, presided. Annual reports were given. The devotional conducted by Mis. R. M. Ecek was taken from the 133rci Chapter of Psalms. Names of newly elected and at>officers were announced. Mrs. Rupert Crafton will serve as resident; Mrs. Lowe., vice presl- Icnt; Mrs. w. D. Cobb. secretary, Mrs. John G. .McHaney, treasurer; Mrs. R. M. Beck. Word Call secro- nry nnd Mrs. V. O. Miller, liter- ".ture chairman. Duhots Arrive Here For Son's Wedding Mcnsculr and Miulainc Desire Uuhot and llielr two daughters, Madunclselk's. Gennelle and Hclsite Duhot of Paris, France, will arrive tomorrow for the wedding of their son. Munsculr Henri Uuhot, lo Mi>:.i Elduru Neal of Yarbro. Tile bridegroom-elect returned today from New York, where lie Imd been with his family since their arrival there last '.\eek from I 1 ;!!'!:;. He came by train while the others are leaving Inter coming Ui Memphis by plant?. Before the wedding Is solemnised Saturday morning at DID Church of the Immaculate Conception, Iho bride-elect and brHI?gto;>m-"lect will be guests of honor at affairs following arrival of I lie Duhots. Tomorrow -ntghl, county Judge .and Mrs. Roland Circcn will b'j 'host and hostess at their home. Officers appointed were Mrs. lius- ' 1012 West Ash, with n dinner p-.\-;Oll Barham, missionary chairman; ty for the bridal parly nnd other ] Mrs. Ren Harpole Hope Group out of lovvn guests. ; Mrs. James Terry Faith Mrs. Jodie Msics and Mrs. Mar- fiioup leader; Mrs. Albeit Taylor, cus Qaines will entertain Friday Love Group leader; Mrs. C. A. Tout, afternoon at the Oalncs home. 42'-! memorial fund chairman; Mrs. A. Enst Cherry, with a misceHiim'our, H. Wcttnkninu, publicity; Mrs. mis- shower for Miss Nenl. Fell Hnyns. Mrs. J. J. Bryant and Friday nlijht. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- XIra. W. H. Stovnll, local service; Ham Orr will entertain with a bar- Mr*, f .C. Rose, etTucatlbn; Mrs. becue at their country home west J. C. Ellis and Mrs. John Durham, of Ynrbro. vMllng committee, Mrs. E. M. Those here for the wedding In- Tcrry. hospitality: Mrs. George \V. elude Miss Ncal's sister, Mrs. .). L.. Eni-htim, cards and flowers; Mrs. Vnnliooscr. Dr. Vnntlocscr and son. 1-. Ward, guest book reglstrav; Mrs. R. Scott nalrd, parlimentarlan. Aims and goals of the new year \\f-" set. Following the business session, ft luncheon 7 as served. Mrs. Durham was assisted by Mrs. H. R. Brandon. A guest was Mrs. Gerald Binford of Brownsville, Tetin., liouss- Rucst of Mrs. E. M. .Terry. \VMS Meetings Held Monday Afternoon Tlie Woman's Missionary Society of First B.ipllst Church,met Monday afternoon In circle groups for business nnd social sessions. Circle One met w,ith Mrs. Jnmes Roy with nine members present. Mrs. Shelburne Brewer sjave the' devotional nntt the lesion was taught by Mrs. C. \V Aillick. Mrs. S. M. Hood and Mrs. Marion Williams led prayers. Mrs. Russell Vert was hoste.-s to Circle Two. which had 12 mcimbcrs present, Mrs. H. H. Brooks tind Mrs. E. .F. .ESomcyer led prayers and the lesson was given bv Mr.-, Ted King^.:, ; . .. ' Circle Three met with Mr.; Dixie Morris. The 18 members atteiidlnij Included Mrs. Virncr Dsnl. The lesson was taught by Mrs. Ttoy Hcnd niul the devotional given b', Mrs. R. G. Cash. Mrs. H. E. Blny- lock led the opening prayer. Mis Pearl Hires led a prayer nnd Mrs. Tom Jackson concluded the ses- .slon with prayer. Mrs. A. L. Cooper was a guest at the meeting of Circle Four at the home of Mrs. Kendall Beii>'[! when 13 members were present j Mrs. J. J. Cookston gave the devotional, taken from the first chapter of Psalms, and prayers w^ro fiver, by Mrs. E. C. Brown and Mis. G. V. Daws. Mrs. Theodore Logan taught the lesson. Mrs. R. w. Woolen was hostess to 10 members of Circle Five and three guests, Mrs. C. L. Evans, Mrs. D. D Bledsoe and Mrs. Idcll Blarkaid Tlie devotional was given by Mrs. Marvin Kenwright, taken from 103rd Psalms, and Mrs. Waiter Ejsl Deltna. of Smlthvllls, Tenn., arrived last nlglil. Calvary WMS Meet Is Monday Afternoon Mrs. Curtis Frccmnn was hostess Monday afternoon at her home. 2020 Chlcknsawba, t o eiyht members of the Womans Missionary Society of Calvary Baptist Cbnrcn. The Bible study, given by Mrs. Vcrnon Tomllnson, »-ns taken from second n nd third chapters of .lohn. Mrs. Raymond Uelknap presided at I be business session. A gnest was Mrs. F.lla Knox. Tlie hostess served n sandwich plate with Iced drinks. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Hoyce Cafjle, city. Mrs. Jell White, Rt. 3^ city. Mrs. R. Ci. I'oteetc, Luxora. U. Cij Gracey. city. Wanda Oayle Caudle, city. Mrs. Jack Marsh, city. Klcoe Umlsev, Kennelt, Mo. Mrs. I!. R. stubbs, IU. 2, city. Carlcene I'oll. city. M. J. Miilllns, city. Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. Joe Richards, city, n daughter lust night. Born to Mr. and Mrs. E<1 Tlll- man. caruthersvllle. Mo., a son Insl nlghl. Dismissed: Pollyann Tidwcll. city. .1. W. Campbell, city. Mary Ixmlsi: Scrape, city. Frances Alexander, lit, :), clly. Ronald McGhec. Ut. I. city. ISIylhevlllc Ilnspltal Admitted; Mrs. II. L. Kellcy, Tomato. Mrs. Jim Young, city. Mrs. I.ee Morris. Luxora. Grace Hrnson, city, Horn to Mr. and Mrs. fiulrnn Minion. Huffman, a daughted yesterday. Horn last nlghl. lo Mr. iuxl Mrs. M. S. Kdwards, city a <laiii;hter. Dismissed: Mrs. Myrtle Osborn, city. H. E. Tinker, city. Martin I'ankey. city. Jlimnle Lee. city. Uilllc Carolyn Adams, city. Harlan Clayton, city. Marilyn Baker, city. Mrs, S. II. Welch, city. Mrs. Arthur Vance, Annoivl. R. C. Hodge. Armorel. Mrs. Irvln Alexander, ill. 3. c-ity. Mrs. Earl I'arhain, Ilragnaclu'jio Mo. Raymond Bell Jr.. city. Memphis Knpllst Ilosiiltal Admitted: Mrs. Ilrownlc Storey, city. Mrs. L. P. Limsden, Carulheis- vllle. Mo. Mfiniihis Mcfliiiilist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. .1. )•:. nroner. Osceola. iMciniihis Mrl.cinore Clinir Admltlcc): Mrs. Jewel F.lrod. Bas.ielf. Bits of News Mostly; Personal Meetings Men's Club of Ijikr: street Methodist church meeting tomorrow night. 7:45 o'clock, for pro- ram and business session. Named in .Trial op tauglit the lesson. Prayers were lert by Mrs. Kenwright nud Mrs. Blpdsoe. iiefreshrnents were served at each meet. Luncheon Compliments Tennessee Visitors / Two Blytheville visitors fr.om Tennessee, Mrs. Gerald Binford of Brownsville, and Mrs. j. n. / ifcNcw of Knoxville. were coni- f pliir.ented yesterday with a lunch| eon given .by Mrs. E. M. Terry and Mrs. A. R. WctenMamp at the Terry home, nth and Walnut. Mrs. Binlord Is the liousegucst of her sister, Mrs. Terry, nnd Mrs. McNcw, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Freeman Robinson, and family, 1005 Walnut. The 12 guests were seated at the dining room table, centered with a bowl of California daisies. Mrs. C. E. Johnson Hostess to YWA Group Mrs. c. E. Johnson was hostess Monday night to 12 members 1 the Young Women's Association of First Baptist Church. Following a business riiscussioi'.. the hostess served refreshments. The name of Ruth Mitchell, sister of the kite Brig.-Gen. William ("Billy") Mitchell, famed flyer, was brought into the trial of Gen. Draja Mikhnilovitch, Yugoslav iiucrrilla chieftain, when a Belgrade police chief identified her picture ;is lhal ot n woman he had seen wilh the German Gestapo nnd Mildiailo- vilch':; Cbclnik lighters. She was the only foreign woman c\\.- made a regular member of the Chctmlis. $10,000 HOME WANTED Will Pay Around SI 0,000 fm n Desirably Located v^flwcntciilly Arrange^ .Motteni five or six- ROOM Residence, 0 r , Wffl Consider House in . Cowl IxKalioH which ! v,'0pi B» '- ; PbaM 2«50. They're Here! MRS. DAY'S Ideal Baby Shoes FAMILY Shoe Store 312 West Main St. U' 1 . E. v; Hill of .Yurbro lias nu:in«t home liom Ann Arbor. Mich., where ho Wiis guests of'his ilr.UBlilur. Ml.ss Betty Jean JIM!, a student nt University of Mich- Igim. Miss mil will continue to atlciul school through AoiiUfit. Miss Shirley liarhajn, who makes her home with her uraiitlnarcms, Mr. iiiicl Mrs. George W. Durham, HCU West Hcarn, has as her house- Burst Mliis linrljara Suinner of l.uwrciicevllle, Jl]. Miss Btirhnm nixl Miss Sunnier were se-hool- itmtra at William Woods College, rulton,, Mo. Miss Hiirham , ami liur hmiscfiuesl, who iiliiiis iir !«• li;'rc two weeks, will lie '.he Biiosts in Momplils a lew clayn of Mls.s Harham'H fiithcr, Bruce Burham. Mr. and Mis. J. j. Hnrgett an-t (liuJKlilur. Durllne, of Fort Worth Texas, have hucn hcr c with relatives. He recently i-eturncd from Jiilinn iifter 11 months servic- ihere. Mrs. Bill Bertt nnd daughter Patty, of Filni, MJ = I,.. are tiue.sii of Mrs. Jesse Lucy and son. iu lh«;lr home on Filth street. Mrs J.'.crtl, Mrs. I..ii(jy' s sister-in-law. Is I he former Miss Flora Lucy. Mr. ami Mrs. A. O. Hudson. W Chickn.sawba, |,,- m . ils iheir guests lor several days, the Rev. and Mi's. K. E. fjinifson ami son, Roh- i-rt R. aimijson. of Crossclt. Ark. Mrs. fc-impscm is n sister of Mr.i. Hudson's. Mr. Simpson recently returned from Ciermnny and has rc- J'Mvtd his honornVle dislianje Irom the Army. Mrs. R. I,. Topper lias returned ID her home in Memphis following a brier visit with her pnrcnls Mr """I Mrs. Smllh »rael<ln aii<l fain- fly. 2:1011 w. Carolyn .Mrs. Topoer came e.spccially to he with her father, who soon will eiiler u hospital •)following several days Illness "t his lioino. (mil also to see her sister, Mrs. John p. Hotfman and Mr. .Honinan, who returned hero two.wetks ogo from Lancaster. 1'a. •Br. and Mrs. John Allison and claughU-r, ^Allce. of Chic:i|{o, art the (jut-sis of his fathor, J. I'. AUii- son, nnd family. Sir> West Walnut. I'fggy Prccman, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. D. c. Freeman, accompanied her hoiisegnest, Melba Joyce rreeman,.when she returned to her home in IJouston, Texas, after visl 1 .- I]i[j here, flefore k-aving for Houston, they spent Saturday In Memphis with Mrs. Freeman and Mr.;. Geqi-ge Stilwell, Mrs. StlhvfM's daUBhtor, Ixitlie pearl, pluiis to re- tuiri home soon irom sikcslon,M:>.. where .she is Ihe guest of Mr. -jnil Mrs. Roy Ilognn and other n-lativcs. Franklin Store Plans For Formal Re-opening The new Don Franklin store, recently purchased by Butler llnj- tliers, is planning a formal i p «o|>ei»- Inu 'Ahi-n all of the new slock nr- rlves, ii was announced by Clay'.on K. Moneymaker, who has been mad J manaurr of Ihe variety store locaK.I at 307 West, Main. Mr. poneymaker, who came Here irom El Dorado. 111., was rcirpvl at Hey.TOrlh, ill. Asslstinu him in rchabililation nt the store arc two lintler HrolMcrs representatives, C. R. linn-is of chi^"BO. aii'l H. J. Gorton of -St. Louis, vho will remain here until this vork is completed. Hchiying of tlie store already is mttcrivay with the n cw !1 rraii-,'e- mcni tn include space for ;i nnm- ber of new Items nna much morn merchniidi.se. it was uointed out. '^nle of the formal ii.'cipenini; I dipt-'iul upon arrival of the stock, Mr. Moneymaker said WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1!M6 Under [ : inj ' 1 Joneshoro Minister To Conduct Meetings The Rev. J. A. aatlin of Joncs- boro, suiicrinlemletit or (he Joncs- boro District, of Methodist church, will conduct, nu evangelistic meeting to begin tonight, a o'oclock, at Half Moon Methodist Church. The meeting will continue 10 (lays, the Rev. R. L. Hanks, pastor of Halt Moon, Gosuell Church .said. The Rev. Mr. Hanks will bo In chin-Re" of music for Ihn nhjhtly services, lo which I he public is in- YllfCi. will attend Ihc funeral service? tomorrow afternoon and return home lr;(r>r in dm week. The Rev i Mr. Wilrs is county missionary for (he Baptist churches. To Attend Funeral The- Rev. and Mrs. M. K. wile?, left loclixy for Paris. Ark., because of the tlcath of their son-in-law Virgil Williams, who died lust night at his home there. They HEADACHE-. Coming Events THURSDAY GNB Club meeting with nyron Mull. Alpha Beta Bunco Club mraibm guests of Mrs. Lane Ncnvcll Friendly Rook Club inccliLii; with Mrs. I! A. Coiictiind. Twciilicth Century Club suppor dance at Tli<- Hut. FRIDAY K-tccutlvp Board of Woman's Mis- £lonnry Society n! First nanllst Church merling with M ni . E C. Hrmvn. 2 : 3o p.m. Mrs. R. A. Conclaiul cntci-tnUii' CBC Chi). Mrs. having Following widespread and con- tinned criticism o( I,l.-C!cn. h'. 15. Gregory, former Army ciuar- tcrniiislcr goncrnl now in charao of the War Assets Administration, a thorouah-goitiH congressional invcstigiiliun will be m:u!e o[ every phase of surplus war properly disposal. to 10:30 o'clock each Tuesday and Thursday, and from the fourth grade «l>. from 10:30 to n o'clock. The Intermediate class will be from 11 to ll:4r, o'clock, and the Junior nnd senior life snvlnx classes are to be helti every day from 10 to 12 o'clock for the next, two weeks. Those who wish to join the ndult beginners c;ass. Tuesday ami Thursday nights from 7 to 8 o'clock may register Thursday night if they have no; done so. It was announced. Mi.ss Alice Sallbn is instructor for the beginning and Intermediate classes and John McDowell for Junior nnd ssnlor life saving Swim Classes In Park Pool Attract Many efc'imun^ swimmers are numerous tli.lt it'"'Is necessary (o have two classes, Mrs. I-ljigh" Whitsitt, water safely -chairman of 'the Red Cross Siviimiiifj classes, said today. «.;l;>.ss for first,'second nnd third grade beginners will be ' from II) Archery, Tennis Added to 'Y' Day Camp Activities Archery nnd tennis will be ncld- ed to tlie curriculum of the Bly- thevillc "Y" Day camp for Junior and Senior High groups. it was announced today by Alice Saiiba. who direct:; this phase of Hie "Y" program. Members who have enrolled for this group, which meets on Wednesdays, should bring tennis rack- els and balls. Archery equipment will be provided by the "Y" but if any individual has a "pet" bow, he will be permitted to use it. Other activities which occupy HuMKo THE UJainiy COOKING FAT Jts Wonderful! "UNBIOCK" DIGESTIVE TRACT And Stop Dosing Your Stomach With Soda and Alkalizers pon't expect to got re;tl relief from h&ickiriii', sour stomach, gas and bad breath by taking satin iimlother ulka- Jj/.ora if (ho I rue cause of your trouble ia consliinttion. I n t h is cjLse, your ron! t ron blc is not in thcs(om:u:h ut nil. But iti the intestinal t nict whore S0',o of your foot I is diiceatecL Ami wiicn it gets blocked it fails to diuost properly. t}' What you want for real relief is not frtxla or ;m alkctlizcr—hut sonuUhing to "nnhtock" your intestinal tract. Sorne- llmiK to clean it out effectively—help Nature t;ot back OH licr feet. Got Cartrr'n J'ilts HI;lit now. Take thttm:isflirc4:lft(].Thcy gently andeffec- livcly "unbloi'k" your digestive tract. Thin iwnnils your food to move along normally. NutHre'sowndigestivejuicea can thpnroiu-h it. You get genuine relief f'Kit imilcr.i you fool really good again, •Gel Carter's Pills utany drugstore— 2&r. "Unblock" your intestinal tract for real relief from indigestion. SUPREME COLD WAVE With Kurtium CURLS wWAVES IN 2 to3 HOURS AT HOME It's bootless—machinclcss—take* only 2 to 3 hours, yet your lovely, easy to nianaxc Co-id Wave Permanent will last month* and months. Guaranteed 10 satisfy as well (is any S15.00 profcs- •ional COLD WAVE or money back on request. Ideal, too, for children's soft, fine h.iir. Conuitii 3 full 07. of Kurtftint, 60 curlccs, 60 *nd Ujiucs. cotton applicator, rtculr* liicc »aJ complete insiruo WOnj.GctftOiatin-Kurl; f IDS 14< IU Kirby Bros. Drug Store Main and Broadway riionc 47 ^ filiimorons Stripes GIRLS' POLO SHIRTS / / ' VVv 1 ^"> ' '^^^'^\ ~£^y&l\te /•£^m , '^-- <--"^^}, 98 C You'll rale a whistle of approval from the soda-fountain crowd in our super barber-polo striped sl-irl! If;; an eyo-calrh,-r, with its saddle shoulders a;xl colorful 'sh-ipes. Of soft, wasli- ablo knit cotton. S-MrU the Interest of day campers are volley ball, tether ball, horse shoes, urls nnd crafts and softball. Those who have not enrolled for this event mav do so by calling the "Y" or by making an np- ponrnnce at WulkiT I'ark on Wednesdays. 'Iho Day Camp schedule: Mondays — Fwmth, fifth and sixth grades. Wednesdays — Junior and Senior High. Fridays—First, second nn<l third grades. Girls Pinafores . . . Baby Dresses . . . Boys Rompers . . . Sizes 1 lo 3 Values S2.75 f<> ?I.GO Out They Go :i1— MOSS liltVAX 103 East Main PLAY SUITS I '*• It's grand out-of-doors now! Your favorite game is more fun when you're wearing a smart, coup fortable playsuit! And when you're ready to relax, just spread the. matching skirt on the grass and look at the sky! Colorful sets, in sizes 12 to 20. PRICED T Q:*,€ $7.90 to $11.90 Women's Summer Millinery lloiv is ;m oxccplioiiiil cliaiicc lo liny thnl oxlr;i summer liomu-L nl \\ s;tviiij:! There lire lots of Straws, lots of veils, Ribbons and IMijiios. There's sure lo be one meant 1'nr you. Assorted prices. Continuous Shows Every Day Kox Office Opens 1 :«l 9h«w Starts 2.-SO LISTEN TO KI.CN 9:00 a.m. i:i:4!i p.m. 1:30 p.m. I^ast Time Today The Virginian with .Infl McCrca and Ilrian l»oiilcvy Selected Short Subjects Continuous sliou'inj; every tl:iy Thursday and Friday From This Day Forward with .Io:in Foni:iine ;uul Mark Stevens Paramount News anil Sclcclecl Short Coming Soon to the Kilz: SARATOGA TRUNK v/ith Ingrlrt Bcrgmann & Gary Cooper Matinees Sat. A- Sun. Only Bov Office Opens GM.'i Opens Sunday 1:00; Slnrls 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Rosy. Last Time Today DOUBLE FEAl'UKE An American Romance with Krian Dnnlrry and Ann Kirhnnls Just Before Dawn wilh Warner navter anil \ilclle Knlxrls Thursday and Friday DOUBLE FEATURE Girl on the Spot with .Irss Barker and l.ois C'ollit-r Behind Green Lights with Carolr Lniulis and William Gurgau

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