The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1947 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 13, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYT11EVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW8 Finn AY, JUNE is, 10.47 Emily Wixson, Society Edilor J. D. C. Luncheon Meet s'-At Marcus Evraid Home •Mis Marcus Evr.iui and Mrs. W, I. McKenzie were hostesses yeslei 1 lay with a luncheon at the Evrard oil Highway CI North to m~m- >ers of Elliott Fletcher Chaptci' of United Daughter of the Confederacy. A profusion of Summer flowers, iccented with palest pink and hhic Hydrangeas, decorated : the hoaie throughout. : Xuhcheon was served l)Uffel style. Mrs. James B. Clark, president, conducted a brief business session i during Ihe meeting. Mrs. clnrk, who ' now is in Carulhersville, Mo., lias | spent tile past several months traveling on the Atlantic Coast nnd 1" Middle" Western states. •'•Attending the affair were ID members of., the-organization and Uo oilier gupsls. Mrs J. I. Curler of Arlington, Texas, guest of Mrs. I. O. Weitbrook. Sr.. and Mr. and 180 Pupils lo Take Part In Graduation Kxercises Commencement e>:fii:ires will be held tonight at Calvary llapllst. Church lor 180 students of the Vacation Hlble School Following Ihn processional Mrs. Mabel Lunnford. princl)>al. will i;lvn Ki-eetinRs lo which the class •'• ill resiKind. The call lo worship will lie "The lx>rd Is in His Hoi- Temple, let nil Ihe earth bt> silent. ' Pledge ond pledge sonus wIP be given before the Be|!imn-s i!«'j.i!(.- raent Is pveseuVed aw.nds '.>v Ui2 <!''- parlment snl.eilnleiKlnit, Mrs. Vfi- . non Boyd. litble vevtc: wi!! be t-:ivcn by the cla?-s. Giving a readiiii: wi'l be lour members ot the primary <ipp'i.-t- mcnt. Carol Ann l-'nudren. I.liidn Lou Humphrey, l.oi'ellen /file 1 .' and Uorls Norlhciitt.'The nil !e R:O-y of Baby Moses will be [riven by J.mi't Sue Hoyd. The song, "JCMK f/ivi'', M.>" will W:l>'tie <a i be sung by Fraiiklp KP.TKS. Wayne Mrs, T. 6. WeslVirook, Jr., auci .Mrs. Wc-»slcr. Nick SMvcly. Janet Hoyd. 1 J. R. Marr. \ [Miss. Eberdt Hostess To: Seekers SS Class Bowls of attractively arv.i Iswectpijas, snapdragons and nas- Itiiriinns formed the selling last I night for a supper party iiiven by I Miss Ethel Mae Eberdt- at _hcr 1 iibme. . . Guests were fellow members of I the Seekers Class of First Mntho- I dist Church, and Miss Mnmic I,I Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Hcnery Arney I and Mils. Mary Robinson, Guests gathered at the home al 1:7:30 o'clock for a hiun olate and dessert course. Following thosuinwr. ] games were ulayed on the lawn of li>- Ebcrdl home. v Under direction of Miss Adams and Miss Iva Seny. games we're a test of- mental and physical skill. 1 Prizes of the evening went to Mrs Fred Stedmaii and Miss Ruth Stay .Miss EJberdt was assisted by hei mothef. Mrs. Ous Eberdt. and sister, Miss Jmnita Eberdt. Christianity in Home Stressed by ,Dr. Nies •Linda Aycook nnd .ludv Mlchrn-l of the Primary department, l.lis carrn Pruitt, snperintcndi'nt, will m:iVe ! primary award.':. [ A piano 5>o!o will l>p ftlvi n liv j Rherry Spark of the Junior dciiarl- iiipnt. who will play "Wha!. A Friend I "What We Pbnl When We I'lalll a Tree" will be elven by Pntrichi ' Weaver, Virginia llaynes. and F'ran- ces Jean rnglaud of the Junior class. Award* \\\\\ be innilt- by Mrs. Jim Eni;lniul. The I'nlcrincdlalc rluss will con- luct n Bitile t\\\\r,. Awards will lie node by Mrs. Unyuiond Helkuap. Awards lo general officers will h" made by Vernnn Hoyd, Sunday I'lione 401 Rride-dcct Honored At Morning Portv, Tea Mr.-;. Allan .Seam-iivcn i.f Osr-eu': i-ntciUtined [juesls ycsleril.iv m r » n 'ini; with an Infurtnal parly :'-. hi country houu-, \\lu-n Ml.>s Ciimlyn Nii'l Rhodes, briilc-cli'i-l, wi-.'i <:"o:-l of Itonor. Mls,s Rhodes was iir("i«-iil"d « China antlriiic crack--]' : .-»r. Sharing honor;; with Ml;'; Hlic'Jc'i w:is Mrs. Wavne (ii!m:ui ol Iji-- 'land, Hn. , and Mrs. I'hll Hurks ol ucdford, Vu. Kn-h receive I a Bill The (ably, ovcilaal wH'.i n la'."» .iilh. wtis 'ceiiicrrd wl'-h n. silver iiTi'ii • tilled with r.wiTl|j''i>s. Ai- iiiK(.-iiienl.s of iniEi-d il';wi-rs v.vve .'.ed in cnlfitainini; roomn. Mi.s. ,). K. Mi Cauls ho-.lres yc.'.U.rdiiy 4 lo li .1 clock to \;:> uuer.l.s will! a scaled l?:i hoii- jrlnu Miss Khutli-.s. Elie wus ]>ri>;,i-nlr;l II.H-II tmvi-ls in: a fjifl iroin iho ho.sli-:.^. 'I he table v.'ii; ce-.i- tored with an arrantjciiii.-nl of i>'»k and blue hyilriiiiueas mrl <;<ir-i- flnwrr.s In cryslul howls. A pro- fiisinn* of .Summer flowers wre iillriictively nrr:nined in Uifi living roum, wht-rc nm-.sls -,VCIT M-al'M', Mrs. Cilhnan anil Mr.-;. J. A. Trim- assisted lilt lnv>>-;s in .-:crv- Bits of News ttal We the Women IJY KUTII NKA Staff Writer The neatly dressed woman was obviously marketliiB for a uood- slzed I'amlly. The quantity of each Water Safety School to Open Monday in Park " The :• inniortanci ot consistent Christian livtne. in the home was stressed by Dr. Edna Nies. president ol Fitielis Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church, at the monthly social and business meet- -ini; of the class latt nlfjhi with Mrs. Roy Wood at her home, 1115 Chkkasaaba St. ' "It is in the -home where bisic Jmmdallons for youth find young people,Jas well as professional jnen and women, arc built mu: moid-. ed'\ Ihe speaker snici. j The 20 members present were served from the dining room table, i .centered with':sweetens nnd ruses The Junior and Intermediate roups will present thnv selections imdnr iMi-cetloii of Mrs Mildred Trail. The evening mes.s:o!c vill ho pre- Kdited ijy Ihn pastor ami f>'lnwhiK services, n srcSnl hour hmioihv: students will he hr>trl in recreational rooms of Ihe church. f At The Hospital* KI.VTHF.VII.I.i: HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. Henry Wooii. illy. Mrs. J. 13. Olhmiiv. SK.-.M", Mo. Mary Virginia Moore, city. Mrs.' C. E. Somlu'vn. Mant'..\. Mrs. Alvin Hardy, clly. Dismissed: Charles Hates. Slceie. J. w. Lucy, Cooler, Mo. Blllic ,ln Beeknell. city. Jane Royce Mills, eliv- Maltlc Fay llnyisood. SJeele. HnHcniii Oennihg, cliy. ijcroy lluddleston Jr.. city. Hnttle Weed. Cootoi. U'rlhs: Born lo Mr. run! Mi-;. .1. H man. city, a son yei'.e Pi JVAU.S imSI'IT.M. Teen-age Br'nlq? Clii!) Entertained With Party ipcn-am 1 set. Tim name "Jtm- Mis.s" ha-; been chosen since members will In- Juniors next yc:u nt ISlylhevllin HlRh school. .loan neilinun was hostess ln«l- ninhL with a do-isi;rl bii<H',i' for ihe newlv oiiHuiued uniup. A;so BIH-SIS VI-M-P" Katliryn Martin, ll:irbara Mi<ii:ii;hun, Susio Ci':lUon. und J'l- II i awiuk, who riv-enlly moved here (rom Oak Illdi"', 'I'enii. In aflemiioti (jaiucs. hi di score i:i'iv.'- went lo Kathyin and low '.o .Susie. riowers drconileil Ihn home mill I allies were unlinin hnnil-made i Club nu'itibers other thai, '.he j hiviii'ss are .Id Ann Trleselnnann, ifiaj Ci.irriniiii, Ro'jorla Hracey, Mary 1-Yani-c-i fJiiines, Hiniiona Oraftou. I'atsy Ki-sluira'. Ann Mi-l.'.'Od, N;v.i- joy.liii-hin-ils, Hrlly I.iycon and Bct- I ly Hollanil. First Daughter Born To Maurice • Mr. and Mrs. Maurice WcslrhlRe of Richmond. Va., me parents 'of ;i iln\li;hlrl' barn tins morning, al- Hlchiiioiul IKKlMtnl. She la Ihcir first child nnd lias been named Snsnn Lea. | Mrs. Wexlridnp Is the liiiinci I Miss Wnmh Biriith of Hlylheville. dailKhtei- ol Mr and Mrs. J. D. 'summer flowers in bright anil pas-] Dismtss«:_ tcl colors decoralcd entertaining rooms. , •Mrs. Philip : J. Deer gave the invocation. Dr. Nies presided at the business session, during which Mrs. ,Ney Hunt and Mrs. Wood were sc- lecled as a coimuillee in chavi;e of sending two boxes of clothing to two families in Greece. j Mrs. w. Marion Williams, teach' er. dismissed the group. Mrs. Shank s Hostess To Sunday School Class Mrs. George Shanks wa 1 ; hostess to members of the Wonder Class of • Lake St.-eet Methodist Chuich Wednesday night with a supper on the lawn of her.-h'ome. . Other than.membevs, a guest w«s Mrs. Don Lutz. '. Mrs. W. B.;Mayo inci Mrs. Lutz assisted, the hostess in serving. Stove Employees Guests Of Lindseys at Supper Employers of J. C. Penney Co and their families were-guests lasl night when Mr. and Mrs. Arch I.indsey entertained at their home on (NoAh Franklin Sirect with a supper.' Supper was served at individual, tables on the lawn of the home. Refreshments of cold drinks and ice cream were served throxurhont. the .evening. The 51 quests played Ea'mes during the evening. Other than employees, pucsts were Mr. anij Mrs, Raymond Smith, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. M n ?"iini anti Mr. aivl Mrs. Elmer Lindsey. Mrs. P.. M. Powell, city. Mrs. Koseoe Hill nnd u.ibv, I.ll\ora. Mrs. L. M. Moore an-l b:,by, Ho'ntc 3, city. . Mrs. Charles Blann'naicl. city. Mrs. Thelinu Spcnce. city. nir.THOO7.ST HO.Sl'ITAI, Memptlis . Dismissed: Mrs. Preston Wells, city. Ben Ijnnb. Mnnllii. KATTIST MOBIMTAl., .Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. Anna Kindred, 1 Kmith. Mr. nnd • leave tomorrow i mend ' lo be lh Mrs. Weslrlilje Mrs. Smith will morning i'oi- Hich- Riwsts or Mr. and aud dannhter. Mrs. V. Ci. Gill and M.'s. M. V/. Lewis have returned from Santa Fe. N. M., after u visit tliw? w'tli Mrs. Kerllia f.i» anil Imnily. Miss Joyce (lUl. who aei'ompanied llic-m. vc- niiiincd thr-io tor n l-ji»;?r visit. I! .•'tiiriilnii Ilium- wtth Mrs. Cilll v.'ere her '.MI. Iia Hay, who lias Just li-celvod his dli.i hanti- IIDIU Ihc Army, and her two small tianiison;,, Mouny and Honnl'.' Gill. r-Ycd IMpkiu. who spent three weeks here will) his mother. Mrs. A. M. IMpkin. has relui'iK'd to his home hi HI. I,onls. lie was accompanlea by his biotlier, Hdword I^D Pipkin, who i will !:]ir:iid (he Summer In Sit. Louis, whore ho will his empljve.l. Mrs. (,'orm'llns Modlni/e- nnci her ilaughlers, MauJie Modniger und Mrs. Uudol|>h Vrska, logcther with Ihe hitter's (laii-;nter, Amelia, I'-fl this mornliiK for N'.-w Orleans, | where they will .spend u week with ! i-pliillvps. Upon their rjiurn, they a| will he accompanied Ijy Mrs. Modlu- •,. i iji'i-.'i mother. Mrs. .lo-wnn Hodyson, - I who hns hcen In Hous'.o:!, Texas, and New Orlc'ins for an visit, nnd by Miss .lacdueline Dufhllu, who will spend the .Summer hen- with her mini, Mrs. Modlnyr, aivl family. Condition of Mrs. Mike Meronoy. who was adiiilUo.d WedncKilav iilKhl in the naplist llo:;pifil h, Memphis, remained srrlous today. Mr^ Me- roncy .snllerL-d a slroki! Tuesday jiliMit. Mr. und Mrs. J. A. McKay left I tils iiiornini; for C'olla. Miss., to be Ihc wekeiid guests of his sister, i Miss Beulah McKay. They were no-' .' companicd uy Ihelr «r»ndson, Jerry llodge, frcm Memphis. Mr. and Mrs J. O. Smith will leave tomorrow for Richmond. Va.. lo he. Hiiesls of llieir dui'iehler, Mrs. Mam-leu Westrlilgc, Mr. Westrldge, and tlicir Infnnl daughter. Susan Lea. Mr. ami Mrs O. E Knuken and daughter. Muriel, will leave Sunday for a two wcek.s vacation In Harmony. Minn. They are going especially to see Mr. and Mrs.-Knudscn's mothers, Mrs. C. O. Kniulsen, and Mrs. H. II. Veil.- Junic.'i Vest, son of Mr. nnd Mis. Lloyd Kolwycl:. has gone to Arl- pu-j/.ona lo spend a month witn his I aunt. Mrs. W. H. IJa-igheviy and Mr. and Mrs Wilbur ,1. !•'. Harrison accompanied liim and continued Ills trip lo l.os Angeles, vvlierc he is stationed with Ihe Mariiios. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Douglas Jr. and family left Unlay for university of Arkansas, payetitvllle, where he Is Inking a co:.lrs'_- ii: law. I hey plan to stop over in Memphis nnd Liltle Rock. They hav;> bceii here a week visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. IJouglas Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lilzt-lfclue:- 11:1.1 .son, Joe, have returned to their ho'.rc. in Pnoemx, Aril:., niter ii.uing befili quests here n few days 'Of her :ni)1hi-i, Mrs. S. P. Martin. Th«y- \\ori^ accompanies home by Mrs. tiilnelfelncr's sister, Mrs. Ttoy Nel- i;ave evidence ol Shc .bought packaged bacon "s.oraps" forlialf the price of she- fa bacon, ordered a couple ol pounds of o!eo instead 01 uuitei Luxora News Mf5, Charles Howard hostess to the Pidells Class of Hi'; falher. U. C. Harm-tie .mil nettc. Mrs. Henry H]>:inn hu Piist homo from a visit with Baptist Church at'nn idf^co pally, M fs - S ' K ' Simon-ion U AikaJHpi.i:,. •H Ihe church Monday night. bhe was nccoinpani.-d ,u:,,,.- by li;r Tlie Water fiafety pi'OKi-am al Ihe Municipal I'ool will heaiu Monday at 10 a.m. with registraa>n for c-h! 1 - dren anil tcen-ayers "it the entrance of the pot; I'iiik. Mrs. llUBh safely chaljnian. announced t:;day. The free classes ore sponsored hy [ 1 meinlierH of the MLH!IO L! Christian Women in Tuesday afternoon. Mr-., gave Ihc devotional tiiUen from Ro."•""•<"""—I mans 12. Tlie proBi-am, "Children :il In. Walker ^ |1( , (ho LnW| .. WKS givcn t)y Mrs fililsif,. v.-:iler EI|ne| , U . M -r|, e m(! e;.i!i ; ; was clusfd s. Hush ; is't Hoc-i'ity i fc0 "- fov ;l vi '- l11 ' 1 ' 1 'her home i Ml ' K - Walter Layn.- m-d .1 T Self i Wlllllil Alice, will loav< it< Chlckasaw Allilelie Chi!) and H-.B Chifkasiiwuu Cliapter uf Ami'rioan Ki>d. Cross In lyi-operall <n with tile me 01 U | yl | lcv , 11( , y . pork CJIOIK tiui . ' urnril Ihoi i' iiown .uincillhcmdOttii All 1 must RuOi Milled when .^he heard 111,, orlce.. | It isn't a very prelty sight to watch a woman trying lo figure oui how to feed a large lumily In these times ol plenty -- in that pjitwar world that was going to Ije so wonderful. It's a lltlle bit sickening lo .seo a neatly dressed woman Dunking how nice pork, chops would lie lor Suiuiui's dinner ami Ihen tuvn awity witliout them. SKU'-lSlI'OSED HATlONJNCi Of course, you. can rjulcl yom concern by thinking: "Well, her chilclron aren't, starvinc. Compared with thosi- in other lands, they're rich indeed." tfJut .--till it Isn't pleasant to slou-:.. r-nv lyp- watch a woman engaged in a sell- Ihi 1 eli:iirmp.:i :u Inmospil task of food ralionmi; own protertlon . - sluilciits !n immviu ,. ( , t , 1 ., tc| . Monday, silt said, lidding iliul their classes would begin Tuesday at 1,1 a.m. Adults will register Tuasilnv al 7 pin., when they will t-ike their f'.i-st class. Chililnin's classes will lie held on Tuwiluys -ami TlWi-f-rtixys a'- 1C a in. and adults classes will be held (he sume days at 1 p.m. Mrs. WhitslH :::iid 'hat those who wished to Ink" CULTOS bill planned to l!r> out of Ifjwn'.j'i rtijislratlon dales, may i-tulutci- before then st- Uie lir-d Cross office.' In the Court House, or :il llie-Y. Thl-rt will bu no regislration for childrrsi alter Monday and 110:1? for adiill-s afi-.-v Tucs- itay iil!;ht. "Wo «:'• t::it permits c'o nnl rend chikh.-ii I', i Ijssc't v;i!'i s!:i!i alua- raOl o.- n. rold." •'Tliii ir, f'.'r tlu-'r w-ll i'-i Ural if wlien Ihe stores are bulging; wilh t! food. t is an entirely different luri- of the postwar world Ihnii the one v,'e dreamed of and were 10 expect. cxplaisiec 1 .. saving, nd- swiuiminK And senior life led snvlmj divisluns..fnstv;i-:tjr. r , will b i Mis". Alice Halilia. John McDowel and Miss ^ful•icl Kniiilsen. .Lhcr children," ;.!;> <s-r, v;lll Include b pte-' ti-nnetliult. junior lift: with a prayer hy Mrs. li, W. '1110111- Ice cream and cake were ejijoycd by the memlicrs duriii.^ the' ::or-ial liour. Mr. und Mrs. L. p. VrrMilian leii. for llieir home in Flint., Mich.. Thursday. They have hern the guests of Mrs. McMillan':; sister-in- law, Mrs. R. T. Oallew. for the past ten days. Mis. George Shlbley and childn-ii of Copperlilll, T'enn., :\rc heiv visil- Intj Mrs. Shlbley'K iiareiit.;, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Geori;el Herman .Spicer and son Hlciiarci and father, II. P. Spicer of West. Memphis left Monday for a v.-erl:': visit with relatives in ^''airfield. Ill III-, nnd Mrs. E. R. lio?,on leli Monday tp attend the grand cliap- Ler sessions of the Ortlev c,l ih Eastern Slav at I'ineiaiKl Collcpe Salemburi;. and in Chaili-ilon. S. C trip they will v-Uil Wu •ings. Allanlii. and Eltjcviy, Cir.. I Greenville, S. C. They will re- home, hy way if Hi untain::. Mr. and Mr.s. liogai accompanied tiy Mrs. Maiu! rljc-lt of Gilinore. ill 1 , and Mrs. T. I,. Hiit-.ifo: it nlv i!:. Tommy and G cor re are molui to Dermotl Salui-J-iy to spend Luxoro Soo/c Ctuh Two-Day Qitiin-:j on Lcv/cc Osccola Swimming Poof To Be Opened Monday Pormal openiin; of Hie municiiial swimming Pool in Osceola will held Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Herbert Smith, manager of the P :1:) l announced today. Scout Troop is Guest Of Manila Civic G/ub MANILA. Ark., June 13.—Member of Si-oul Troop iNo. 32 and Scout iiuisli'i- O. O. Stiver-; wcrn uuesl pf Manila Lion* Oluu vcslcrdn shovt pro Work on remodeling of the pooh their weekly luncheon. A short pr': Mnrfi'd this week and is exppctod pi-un wac presented with^six ocom ' ' ....... ' '""••-• • lo hi 1 finished this weekend, he said. The Osceola notary Club will sponsor the operation of the Pool this year. [' Jere Wiseman and Henry Ciril- fin have been appointed as hfe- - Kuui-dr with two more to be named later. Mr. Smith stated. A Red Cro.'-r, program in life saving aiiel watei' safety is b?i)iK planned alon<r with free swimmhv; elates, to be held at the i>ool dallv. Tliu .schedule for these classes will \ts announced- later ,he said. ailvant-iiiT to second Class. Tho an-- C'r-1 Berry.' Benjamin ow;-k.v, C. irol nllsson, Donald Ilois clww, K">'^eUi Ashaliranner an Curl Tir'r-n 11. Colcman Bornwsk lulvi'iici'il I" I'irst Class scout an .lam'": Pf-lvnitih was presentc Mn-ii H"cl-»" in First Aid Public Ilciillh. Bill F,rr,v;n. fnnii'-v and busine man. (.-uvr ll-e noy Keouts nnd Ci Scouts' of Manila the privilege 1 nsinn the lite known as "Snydei | Hay" for swimming and fishln 1 Boh Kilhaii, who owns a trac 1 . ' land adjoining the bay said l Win* JOSFPI-f. ST. JOSFPI-f. Mo. i UP) —I'o- j already brcn creeled, lice received a toniplaliit from -i i Mr. Stivers announced that t man whose clomeslic ••omfovf] (oral troop would attend the car bpeii disturbed by a <?i>,U. He lold •. i-nrco to be held in Hardy officers it wasn't the first time Summer. Ihc neiv,hbor's animal had wan-j '• dered on his properly., but » urt '- d i DiVorce Suits Filed Unit-'"Uiis morning Ihc wind was \LJIYOrce juiii rui.u from _lhc wrong direction." r ^ ^.^ -^ nm RU[1 , „„ licc-ii filed in Ihc C;ceola Diilr Mississippi County Chanc Coming Events Mlrs Tla linger CliLire Iliirlman campjnnrnt to L\nu Jiickson. •and Miss Jettyel cnlci laining bride-elccl. Miss son, I 'Dr. Mary Davis of Memphis was (he housi'siuesl yesterday 'Of Drs. Curl and Edna Nies. Mrs. A- B. Knirficld and son. Al^ iii-rl, will arrive today to spend the Summer with her parents, Mr. d Mis. W. I Denlon. Mrs. Clair Miller has rcuii'nccl home fruin Hot Springs; wher motored her Iwo .sous, Billy she and Buddy. They will be Ihe guests of i,j f their grandparents. Mr. anil Mrs.| Collr \". Hester Miller, and other relatives ' ol)[ D for several weeks. Bcforo relurnmg ^ ^-^ ^ ,,, L w ,mo. irs. Millor was the n.^i, ^^ ^ c , a brief lime of her falher. U. K -^.^ nMfl Mml T;1;1 ,, 1!l '"'- v ' Wrctlc Toncv. ither's Day with a Book Ch']) enh annivi r.sar 1 ,- - u; ilinni-r in i :•; rott-.i;;i' Tu: l s » two-day onlii:- 1 , at .vtu-rt 1 tn-OKK-r ; v;. ri Mr. and Mrs. O. H. collage-. Tin- mi-mb-v.; V.F-I, U-:;luip°il baiutu u t: enteri'tl i'.itf> ','Tt'i (M->.<lul enndlebrri anil varl.fnih: nf l and -.vhilr- flrtv.'n !i!i' <-,'n1'-'. Th'.' <-!u'!l ci.lors. 1 rci-n nn.l wilit' 1 . v.'c-ri-'cal'iicll out in llie p'.n-'- c-ii"l- : and program l>:iok!,'l';. ']')',• hii*' 1 :'-. 1 of lh,^ rl'.l'j wa.-i read l>y Mrs. .Irrm Tln.veatt. iLich mev.lbrv \v;v; l re, eu1 ",! P. covsut'O lird witli i-r.'f-n :'ii L { \vhiu- i^f town \vcri' W>.^:', ^r" \Viri:! 1 ,!)-. O:i!lll|>. (-.'. M : Ml-'. V. O WilWns. l.'alcn R'lll^e, I,-i : MI-S. !"- T I'.n:).*!(•!>.. Wyi-ne: Mr:i. r:r;n>l "oll:i:-. .loir.rr: anil Mr::. Louis C;c;ir:;o of Slanford'9 Osrcola. i' Continuous Shows Every -Oily Hox Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:110 LISTEN TO KI.CN &,:00.a.m. 12:-15 u.m -1:30 Silt ur (lay f^A J*~~*£i *•,••' KINOOfTHS William fitxhugh Here To Hold Church Services William ..T. FitzhuRh has relurn- ed lo Blytheville to conduct ser- \1cM durint - the Summer at St Stephen's Episcopal Church here i and Calvary Episcopal Church in Cteceola. Mr. Filzhngh is n student at University or South. Sewanee Tenn. He will be joined here wr.h- In two weck$ by Mrs. FitKhugh and their son, William Jordan. They •Kill make their home at 1026 Walnut St. Serial: ".lack Arimlrons,- ami Short ConlM Shows Sal. l'^:3 No. I Stiiulay and Mo-.iday "For Your Children's Summer - Sunsuits Visit The TQT SHOP FROM D A M S Record Bar Tlu-y'i-i- (Umi.'i.'iiljlc. llioy'ru sinptahli 1 . l!i«y"n> the latest pliilti'rs to Iji'UUi a music lovpr's p:il:ilo! and we luivc tlie.tti . all:. Get Tlicsc For Your Collection Oi'si Arna^— C:ubir.i l*rtc 'Tommy Dovscy Snootle Little Cutie l:\Trytllilll; Phil Harris - I'.ipn. n.jn't Preach lo Me Krskinr Hawkins—I a Good Cry Wayne Kin-v-Th,- Waltz You Saved for Mo Wayne Ki!v; Him 1 .Skies Vaughn Morn-ue—lls-ware My Heart . . Frrildiv Martin- My ',lal Snl t'rcildie Martin -llL':-iii,-: Von 'l'e\ Honeke- I Know Sammy Kayc -Mldni::lit Mas- (Illerade •"Menu Miller.- S!;ir Dust John Paris -l;u'k, J;u k, Jack .lohuny Uesuumd ~CUlilty Blytheville Is Raving About > THE ACADEMY AWARD PICTURE Ilox Offii-c Opens at 1:03 p.m. Show Sli>tls 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:00: Starts 1:15 ('ontiiiliolis Shows Sat. anil Hun. llar^aln Nlfihl Kvcry Nl^ht r\cept Saturday No imsscs honiiri-il 1111 Sunday m the Kosy RC/\V rcTOR RECORDS 1 Selected Short Subjects Paramonnl News ' ADAMS APPLIANCE C J. \V. Adams, Rlgr. Plione 2«6-D« W. M Last Time Today Holiday in Mexico \vilb \VLiltcr l*iili;crin anil llona Masscy Si-lrclcd Short Subject Saturday .lot ludl Hit tuesl , SWII l > r STARRnTBURHnTE Ttilnili "Chick Carter" No. 5 A. Short ('onllmions Sho^ln? Sunday J:15-H:0«' Sun«i«y tntl Monday Mildred Pierce \vltli Joan <'ra\vfi>rd A .l.lck C\U Vox News .V. Selected Short Sublet ^ Continuous Showing Saturday 14:30-11:3* .Samuel GoWwyn presents j 'THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES' . - My?na Loy. • Fredric March • Dana Andrews Teresa Wright -. Virginia Mayo • Hoagy Carmichael MI! iMrc-duciig Cathy Q'Oonnell and Hateli Russell : ; • Bw»cH< t>r StiMii Pfij tiy William Wyler • Robert E.Sherwood ' ' frrni * Novel by MacKinlay Kantor < To fie Xc/«otc4 thai KKO Po^'o frt/vrfrt ' : . RITZ THEATRE Last Time Today! Admission Matinee Adults 7Sc; Clvildrcn 50c -K Night: Adults $1.20; Children 50e Includ«l FOR FATHER'! Young or old, there's a v/atch gift hero to please Dad — ro make this Father's Day one of the happiest days in his life. A watch, ring os- cigarette case chosen from our outstanding selection is a gift Dad will appreciate and cherish through the years. Diamond set in black onyx Handsome signet ring. 14 Kt. gold setting 14 kt. gold ring with coat of arms Masonic ring in 14 kt.-goid setting Pen Sels By Parker and Shaeffer 209 W. Ma in St.

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