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i AGE TWO (ARK;): <56trftiBii tniwa SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 194.1 Coming Event* MONDAY Woman's SocWy of Christian Service, Flrs.t MelhwjlsV Church, me«t- tag at church, 3 'p.m., for business and social meeting. Woman's 5oct«y of Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist Church, meeting -with Mrs.' Iversbn Morris 2:30 p.m. . Women's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, meeting In circle groups: Circle 1, Mrs. p. W. AHlIck; Circle 2, : Mrs,' Te<) King; Circle 3, Mrs, H. L. Chambers; Circle 4, Mrs. J. \V. Aliten. ,','•.• • TUESDAY Miss Bftty BrppM IS»acs enter tuning U N'eiiye' Clyb. , Double G cliib rheitlng vflth Mts. Sanford Boone. ; WEDNESDAY Friendly Sevqn Club meeting with Mrs. J. b. Terrell. ,. . Mrs. Otto Scraps entertaining ClubjElght.. ? .THURSDAY G. N. B. Club me'ellng with Mrs Clyde EldMdge. • ; Mrs. J. ,C .Ellis Sr,, entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. Mrs. Raymond. Stringer entertaining' C. & N. Birthday Cliib, 8 p. m Mrs. Ebb Reynolds entertaining Initial Club: ; It's An Optical Illusion 'Rush' Party Is Given Yesterday At Hotel Noble Three local members of Clil Ome gn social sorority entertained .with 1 ti "rush" party yesterday afternoon al Hotel Noble, when 14 girls, In' eluding several from out-of-town, were guests. Hostesses at the luncheon were Miss Mmy Helen Moore, Miss Peggy White nnd Miss Mary Kalherlne Rose. A three course luncheon was served at a large table In the main dining room of tlie hotel. A bouquet of mixed garden 1 (lowers in a crystal bowl, flanked with slender white tapers in crystal candle holders, formed the centerpiece for the table, while place cards were of white, lettered with the:'Orfek letters of the sorority. Ttje. sorority letters also were displayed-on the individual cakes 'served as a dessert course. .. Following luri.chebn the gir to Miss Moore's horrie where they spent nn ho'ur.:iri inform al discus sion of their school plans, • Out-of-town .guests' included Miss Betty Brariclj .of Pecan Point tint Miss June 'Rhodes of Osceoln, both members'"of Chi dmega, and Miss Rose RCddpch of Jblrier, and Miss Betty. Senrimes;-M}ss Virginia Lee Best; : Mtss Plavlii'Driver and Mis. Marjor'te Mijyo/all-of Osceoln, wh were "rushees"! ~ Compliment Houseguests At;Evening',Rummy Party Mrs. Joe Haniby and Mts. W. B Nalle'y entertained Friday nlgnt n the homVof jllle, former in specla compliment W' their housegiieaU i Mrs. R. P. Lane''of Cairo, 111., and Mrs. Mae Smith of SHtcstpn, Mo. Mixed . garden ' flowers were at- IracEively nifnngedthroughout the entertaining rooms where small tables were'.'placed. for the games of Liverpobl.'rummy played during tliij evening. The .party was a reunion . of former members, of the Triple Table Club, which disbanded a year ago when • some ; of the rn,emViers : moved pi)t of town; A dcss,erl .course w.as served, and . high score prize .was awarded Mrs. Sam Slkes. / -. / •' »". i Sandra:Yates Is Honored Mrs. M. S. Yates entertained 12 children Monday afternoon at her home iri honor of the fourth birthday of her daughter, Sandra. Games'were played for several hours and each.child was given a tiny American iflag as a favor. Refreshments of birthday cake nnd ice cream were served late In the afternoon. Mrs. Yates was assisted in entertaining the children by Mrs.; Jimmy Sanders and Miss Edna Laura Tuttlebaum of Beebc Ark.,.houseguest,of Mrs, Yates. » ,; . .' Class Party Is Given The Dorcas'Sunday School das. of Calvary , Baptist : ghur.cn, am their teacher,..Mrs.' Andrew Con Bits of News Keeping Up With The Men In Service » CHURCH NEWS 'SlLf^^lf? '•^^•^ffip^ al B!L^ w.;— - /.4-If/l • - -- a-EBa^BB.j-j ,.»i^i nV KPSIE KINARW NBA Staff Writer NEW YORK.— Old Black Mnsic at Its best Is the trick of luriilns one basic blnck dress Into n flock or snnppy midsummer-lifting outfits by ringing In changes of spirited accessories. Most dramatic nccossorlcs nre matclmiales. Twosomes In hnt nnd unir or In hnt nnd gloves— pnrlicn- Inrly If tlio imttern Is n sprightly print— cnii lift any black dress from Is doldrums. For proot, look fit IHe model nt the left who accessories a black dress with a large blnck velvet cuffed polkn-dotlcd hnt and imitclilng gloves. Coo) little Jnckels In solid vivid cq]ors or print patterns will do as ley, entertained with n social Inst night nt tho home of Mrs. Raymond Belknap, complimenting Mrs. J nines L. Barber. The 35 yuesls spent several hours ploying games nnd contest.?, with prlixs awarded Miss Lucille Vastbinder arid.. Mrs. Conley. Refreshments of sandwiches, cookies nnd Iced drinks j^erc serral, Miss Pruilt Entertains , ; jiuich for fl black dress nnd, worn with a black lira thnt you already have, will make friends tlilnk you're nil slicked ii|> In a new outfit. To .sliou 1 "0" how effective such n trick is, see the transforming jacket at the rlglil, n Saplilc Glmbell— designed silk shnuntung, prjjitecl with blnck Afrlcnn daisies. You can go on ntl hiflnltum, but if it's only n third clinngc Hint you wnnl— to put your black dress into a dinner moud — try using white. fluwor.s, and plant them nt spaced intervals on n bicycle clip to nmke n hcndbnml. Using n wnlsl-spnn- nUig piece of wide ribbon for a belt, tie it on and catch a matching cluster of white flowers In the knot. fee Shortage Here Is Not Serious, Dealers Declare Wlille there is n definite Ice shortage in Blythevlllo, the condition is not serious u]id probably will not result in limiting tho amount colt to a customer, ico donlors snlrt today Blythevllle's tlnee Ice plants pro- tlncc npproAiinately 85 toils "diilly Whlld more could easily be used dealers report Hint they nre able to meet the majority of demands. .Miss Marllm Pruitt entertained "These hot days of August nre last night nt her liamu with n lawn seeing the largest demand, which pflrly complimenting Bill Evans, ' means that dealers cannol stny who celcbraled his birthday yesterday. Tn'fMiti, (inn r»noctc n H nnrllvl Mm stocked with ice at nil tiihes," one dealer said. Mrs. Franklin Horton and children, Mary Chaillnc and Prank, of Hope, Ark., arc spending the month of August with Mrs, Hgrtpn's sister, Mrs. Marlon Williams and family. Mrs. Whit cioodman of Memphis spent yesterday |iere with her mother, Mrs. P. D. Smith. She was accompanied home by her daughter, Juanlta !,ce Goodman, who had spent the past two weeks here with licr grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Bliss Simmons of Jonesboro spent Thursday hero with his mother, Mrs. Prank Simmons and family. Mrs. J. H. Brooks of Corinth, Miss., is visiting here as the guest of Mtijor and Mrs. Jesse Davis at their homo in the foj-mor Ramey home on Highway 01 South. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnrln Williams and son, Billy, have as their guest hep slstcr-ln-lnw, Mrs. Colonel H. Nelson of Okmulgce, Okla. Mrs. R. P. Lane of Cairo, 111., and Mrs. Mae Smith of Slkeston, Mo,, returned today to their homes after having been the guests of Mrs. Joe liamby and Mrs. W. B. Nally for several days: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillips and daughter, Betty, of Augusta, Ark., formerly of Blytnevllle, will c tu m home tomorrow after spend- ig several days here with friends. Mrs, J. D. McDowell and Mr. nd Mrs. John McDowell and son, ohn Jr., left this morning for vlansrum. La., where they will pend 10 days with Mrs, J. D. McDowell's sisters. Mrs. William N. Norton left Thursday for Columbia City, Ind., vhere siio joined hur mother, Mrs. loss Stevens, who was visiting here with her sister, Mrs. A. E. Lidmnnii and Mr. Erdmann. Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. Norton will re- urn home next week. Bobby Waldcn, seaman 2-o in the Navy, stationed nt PIvilaiielBhia, Pa., arrived this afternoon for. a visit With his parents, Mr. and Mrs, John Waldon. ffair, nnrt the patriotic theme was nrricd out, with a boulonniercs of cd, white nnd blue ribbons pinned o cnch guest upon arrival. Qamcs \vero played for severnl noiirs, before the guest of honor ipened his elf is. Rcfrei'hments of birthday cake vith iced drinks were served, nnd ntcr several of the guests went to Vnjker I'nrk (or a watermelon party. ' * * • Initial Club Has Party Mixed garden flowers ilccornled .he home of Mrs. Uanc Nowcll ycs- lerdav afternoon when she entertained members of the Initial Chib and -one guest, Mrs. Cecil Craves, for nn afternoon party. High score prize in the bunco games was awarded Mrs. Cliuul Stewart, bunco Mrs. W. S. Eastburn and low, Mrs. Jnck Marsh. A salad plate \vlth Iced drinks was served. Home Demonstration Notes Mrs. Ellis Wheeler was hostess to 12 members of the Ynrbro Home Demonslrntion Club nnd one visitor, when she entertained Tuesday afternoon at her home. Mrs. Minnie Bunch Rave n lalk on the culling of poultry, and a Joint discussion of storage of food was held by nl) members of the In the lallcr part of 1943, mcj 35 years of age and over were dfs- chiugcd from military service n rate morn than three times ns ligh ns thnt of men under SO. :IUb. f Plans were made for club mem )ers to attend the rest cnm» a Reelfoot Lake on August 15 fo hret? days. A dessert course was served flur .ng the social hour. The next meeting Mil be hel Tuesday Aug. 21, nt the home c Mrs. P.iul Abbott. Chief Boatswain's Mate Cecil B. Mil l.s, son Of Ml', and Mrs. A. L. Mills of Route 2, Osceola, now Is serving somewhere in Europe. He recently wrote his family that he was wilh Hie Naval Invasion forces of Sicily. Mr. and Mrs. Mills have Unee other sons in the armed forces, Raymond Milts of the Navy, Spencer Mill.*, also of the Navy, and Cluy Mills in the Army. William B. Thoniing of Houston, Texas, has been promoted to the yank of major with the Army Medical Corps, according to Information received by Ills InUicr-ln-laiv, R. H. Jones of Osceola. Major Tliorning Is serving at La Oardp Ocnernl Hospital In New Orleans, where )ie and his family now are making tlielr home. Mrs. Thornlng Is the former Miss Louise Jones of Osceola. Staff Sergt. Cecil Kersey, who Iws boon stationed in India for the past 58 months, has arrived back In the United States. He now has reported Selfrldgo Field, Mich., for re- nssignmenl after spending a three weeks' furlough in Osccoln with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. L. Kersey. Master Sergt. William C, Walker son of Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Walker Of Dj'ess, has been awarded the ah medal in recognition of courageous service to his combat organization and for meritorious nchlevemenl while participating In aerial flight! In tlic Southwest Pacific area Iron; July, 1943, to February, 1944. Pilots Big Plane Here To Congratulate Brother At least one cadet graduate o 44 -C received a surprise visit 01 graduation day at Blytheville Ann Air Meld last Friday. Major E. A McDonald, piloting a B-17 on ; eross-i'oimlry hop from Lochbiurn, AAP, Columbus, Ohio, landed a the local nlrfiekl in time to con gratulate Ills brother, Prank L. Me Donald, «'ho received his wing nnd wns commissioned a sccoiv lieutenant. Crew chief on the flying fort \va Sergt, Hobert O. Burton, fanner! a mechanic in the old 702nd Squad I.teut. nnd Mis. Chnrles E. Dovvdf 1 ' 011 returned homo yesterday after haying spent nine weeks In Hartford, Conn., where Lieutenant Dowd was attending the Army a.nd Navy Eiir glue School. While away they also visited in their former home at New Haven, Conn. Lieut, and Mrs, James C. Guard returned today to their home lu Rockford, III., ivflcr a visit hero with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I,, Guard. Mr. nnd Mrs. George. Hale Jr., who also havo been tiie guests of the Guards for soveral days, returned today to their home in Sikeston, Mo. Pvt. W. L. Lambert, who has been home on a lOrday furlough with relatives, loft today for Lccs- ville, Ln., where he wll) l)e stationed. Private Lambert, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lambert, has beep nt Camp Robla'ion, Ark., for the past 17 weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hardln and son, Eddie, of Memphis, will arrive this afternoon to spend the weekend with Mr. Hardln's mother, Mrs. E. E. Hnrdin. They will be accompanied hero by his sister. Mrs. Jesse Taylor and her sou Jess e Jr., who have spent the past veck In Memphis as their Miss Edna Laura . Tulllebaum of Beebc, Ark., will return tomorrow to her home after a week's visit here with her sister, Mrs. M. S. Yate and family. ago at this Burton field, was Three month transferred t Lockbourne and became nn en glncer on the B-17. While here h visited his wife. Mrs. Jessie L Burton, who resides in Blytheville FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S. 11. Wilfwd, paslor Church School, 9:45 a. in, Morning Worship, 10:55 a. m. nthcm, "O Morn of Beauty", Slb- lius, Evening Service on church lawn, ;3C p. m, Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday, 8 m. YAHBKO METHODIST CHURCH I), O. iriiulm:in, pnstor Church School, 9:55 a.m. Pnijl Ab- IxHt, supt. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Rev. J. Albert Gatlin. Evening Worship, 8:30 p.m. Rev. J. Albert Gnllin. All day services Thursday beginning al 11 o'clock with preaching service. Dinner on (ho ground. Af- rnoon program si»nsored by W. C. S, and preaching at 8:30 p.m. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE P. W. Nash, pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School, 10:50 a. m. Morning Worship. 7:15 p. m. Service for Young Peole. 8 p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday Evening, 8 o'clock, irayer meeting. I/AKK STREET METHODIST CHURCH Hates Sturdy, pastor Church School, 9:50 a. m. Ivcrson Morris, supt. Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m. "A Spiritual Overflow", pastor's sub- eel. Junior, Intermediate and Senior youth Fellowships, 1 p. m. Evening' Worship, 8 p. in. "A Scribe's Question", pastor's subject. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 >. m. We arc In a scries of discussions on "What It Means to be a Dhrlstlan", for a few services. Area Conference at Church sun- :lny afternoon. 2:30 o'clock. FIRST ritESBYTEKIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Klild, minister Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sermon by Dr. R. E. L. Bcarden. At the Hospital) Walls Hospital Admitted— Tom Uaughcrty, Cooler, Mo. * Mrs. James Mcucham, city. Dismissed— Mrs. Elsie Ropp. city. Mrs, James C. Forlnis and baby, yler, Mo. Bh'thcville Hospital clmUtcd— J. W, ntinibo, city. LNcllie Jones, city, isinissctl— Mrs. Ralph Kouri, city. Memphis -St. Joseph's Hospital (imltted— Betty Fennel, Joiner. Memphis Mclliodisl Hospital dmlttecl— Bora to Mr. and Mrs. James lowles, Keiser, a son. HELP WANTED Experienced meat cutters to manage ment departments In Osceola nnd Blytheville Kroner Stores. Salary and commission. Must, have referral card from V. S. Employment Service. Write KKOC.JEK GROCERY anil BAKING CO., W5t Florid.-i Street,, Memphis, Tenn., or pho. 2214, Jonesboro, Ark. 8-12-8119 • f\ K/vew YOUR DAUGHTER BE READY 50 | BROUGHT SOME COLD DR. PEPPERS 70 DtfWK WHILE I'/M WAITIN6 j THEY'LL SOON BE GOING BACK TO SCHOOL -and youll want their clothes in first class condition. We suggest getting their fall and winter garments out today and calling 418 for our driver to pick them up ... this will assure you of having them on time . . . and In the best possible \ condition with our better dry cleaning service. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHOHE 418 FOR BETTER DRY CLEANING STEAM LAUNDRY PROMISED LAND METHODIST CHURCH D. G. tlintlman, pastor Sunday School, 9:55 a,in. Fells Hill, superintendent. No preaching services at Promisee Land as that congregation will come to Ynrbro for joint services. FIKST BAl'TIST CHURCH R. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. p. j Deer, superintendent, Preaching Service, 10:45 a.m. Special music, Mrs. Doris Rylee. Sermon by pastor, "What, Ari They Doing In Hell Today." B. T. U. 7 p.m. R, L. Slieri-ick director. Evening Worship, 8 p.m. Sermoi by pastor, "Will We Know End Other in Heaven?" SUNDAY AFTERNOON The Mississippi County Associn tional Training Union Rally will bi held at First Baptist Church Sun day afternoon, 2:30 o'clock. Sum mer field workers will be present WEDNESDAY S. S. Teacher nnd Officers Meet ing. 7 p.m. Mid-week prayer service, T.30 p.m Chair practice, 8:10 p.m. BAPTIST CHAPEL Lily Street Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Russo! nniijjli. supt. n. T. u., 6:45 p.m. Miss Snral Prances Rowland, director, CALVARY BAl'TIST CHIJIICU G. \V. Archer, jiastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Warship, 11 a.m. B. T. U., 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, p.m. Putting up bird houses is no a modern idea—the Indians nun: up gourds for nesting martins. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers nre always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs F.T.D. Service We Deliver Anywhere Fh. 491 Mis. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glencoe Bldf. Buy Your Winter Supply of WOOD and KINDLING While It Is Available. PLANTATION OWNERS' SPECIAL PRICE ON 100 RANK LOTS! BARKSDALE MFG. CO. Blyliicville, Ark. Phone 2911 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH H. S. Balnl, minister Bible School, 9:45 n. m. Good asses for all age groups. The en's Bible Class iiieels across the reel from the church In tin Cobb meral Home. Morning Worship, 10:50 a. m. lie f.ord's Supper Is served cnch mday morning nt this church, and always central in worship ser- ce, The sermon will be "In a Day Bankrupt .Religion". On Tuesday night the people of Is clitirch will go to Ihc nlr base inpel for church services, leaving e church ut 7:30 o'clock. Refrcsh- ents will he taken for the social cur aflpr the church service. ST. STEl'HEN'S Kl'JSCOl'AL cmmcu: 'J'hojinis n. Smylbc Ji'., minister 11 a. in. Morning Service conducl- I by Sergt. loiiis Blamplcd In Dscnce of the Rev, Mr. Smytlie, ho is on vacation. CALVAKV EPISCOPAL CHWKCII Thomas Ji. Smylhe Jr., mlnlslcr 11 a.m. Morning Service conducted by W. W. Prewttt in absence of the Rev. Mr. Smytlie, who Is on vacation, ' - CHRISTIAN SCIlvNCR SERVICES Woman's ChiMicuse H1G W. Main SI. "Soul" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in al| churches and Societies of the Church of Christ. Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text Is: "My soul, wait tlioil only upon God; for my expectation Is from him." Psalms 02:5. Among the citations which comprise (lie Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "Thou art of purer eyes than to behold evil and canst not look on iniquity: 1:13. Bake Better Pastries With Shibley's Best Flour. This fine flour ACTUALLY REQUIRES LESS SHORTENING! MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M ». PL-Hi Phone 2532 firing Us Your Beauty Problems Modern U(|ul|nncnl The Gift Shop Modern and Antique (lllti COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Creeling Cards Novelties A Gilt For Everybody In para Bid*. Fbon« 2254 MOSS BRYAN Dr. J. L. Guard Optometrist at GuarcTs 3 Jewelry Vl 209 W. Main MMIoees 8st. & Sun. Only Opens each night 6:45; starts 1 Opens Kuuthiy 1:00; BUrU 1:11 Contlnnotn Show* But. »ni Sun, «r»ln Night Every Nliht Saturday. N» pane* honored on 3«a<*y Safurday ALTERATIONS! Come to Hudson's for alterations of all kinds. We have three expert seamstresses on duty at all times. HUDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATH/C PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY re XCEPT CANCER; OFFICE HOURS: 8'00-12;00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic BH M»!H Blytheyille, Ark. Phone 2»21 HJftTOM Serial: "The riinntom" No. 7 :iml Short. Con. Showing Sal'dny 1:00 (o ll!3i Contmnons Showi Eterj Day B«x OCEice ,Qtena 1 :.4ri Show Sfarta 2:00 LISTEN TO BU:N H kjie. 12:45 p.m. *:!• f Saturday DOUBLE-STAR ACTIONS in,,. O'HHRN r»>t MITCHELL K,,S BEERY, Sr. A ColufnbiQ Piclute Soeea ploy by RoWrl Ice Johnion .Oireclcd by VAMBCBr HIILYE1 Serial: "Desert Hnivk" No. 4 and Slinrt Con. Showing Sat'ilay 1:00 to 11:39 Sunday and Monday Sunday and Monday Fox News and Short Continuous Shgwlnj Sun, 1:15 to 11 ARNOLD mSSBURGER ^ DICKtPOWUL, LINDA DARNELL JACK OAKIE I IDOAR KENNEDY.JOHN FHtttUEH Paramount News nufl Short Conttnaons Showing Sun. 1:15 to U

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