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PAGE -nvo BLYTHBV1LLB (ARKJ COUREBB NEWS SATURDAY, JULY 20, 194G Lord Is my light and my salvattno; whom sliall I Tear? the Lord Is the strength of my life; of whom shall I b« afraid?" Psalms 27:1 Hills; Are Entertained With Luncheon, Supper Mrs. R. N. Hill Jr., of New York City was complimented yesinrday with a bridge luncheon nnd .'he and Mr. Hill were guests of honor last night at a supper party. Mrs. E. ,M. Regenokl was hostess with the luncheon nnd Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch entertained at last night's affair. Mrs. Regenold entertained at Hotel Noble Colonial Room decorated with gladioli" for the occasion. The 12 guests were served a thicc- course luncheon at small tables. During the afternoon, two tables of guests played bridge, with the prize going to Mrs. Hugh \yhltsltt. Mrs. Regenold presented Mrs. Hill a gift. Mr. and Mrs. Gooch entertained last night nt Camp MouUrk'. The Hills plan to leava tomorrow to return to New YorV:, after having been the guests hero n week of Mr. Hill's mother, and .family. » + * Mrs. Turner Hostess To Club Yesterday Mrs. Herman Turner entertained with a party yesterday afternoon for members of Alpha Beta lluc.co Club and a guest, Mrs. Cei:il Ulin. In afternoon games, lii?i prirx! went to Mrs. Lane Novell, bunco to Mrs. Herman Turner and low lo Mrs. John Hlckman. Entertaining rooms worn decorated with arrangements of mixed flowers. The hostess served a salnrt plate. Birthday Club Guests Of Mrs. C. S. Baseett Rev. Harold Tillman Will Conduct Services The Rev. Harold B. Tillman, pastor of First Baptist Church of of Conway, will conduct the cvan- meeting beginning tomor- )r-ad row night at New Liberty Baptist, Cluircli. The Rev. U O. Miller Is pastor. Services will be held each morn- ins. 11 o'clock, and evening. 7:45 o'clcck. Ray Morgan of Dell congregational slnglnu. The public Is Invited, it was announced. Bits of News Mostly; Personal Mrs. C. S. Baggetl entertained, last night with a dinner for members of C and N Birthday Club, complimenting Mrs. Raymond Stringer, a member who observed her birthday. The table was centered with a birthday cake with burning candles. Mixed flowers decorated the ' home. The guest of honor was presented a gift by the club. Guests included Mrs. John Hearn and daughter, Pat, of Wilmington, Calif., yuests of Mrs. Hearn's aunt, Mrs. E. E, HivrdUi; Miss Betty Dobbs of Newbern .Tenn.; Miss Eddie Ruth Craig, ol 'New Orleans; Barbara Ann Craig of San. Antonio; Mrs. Florence -Perkins of Tennessee.^ •;.. . ' • : • • •'•'-, • ' ' . • •'-.!.',., 9 Mrs.' Travis Is Guest ' At CBC Club Party M rs. Joe Trnv Is piny ccl rook yesterday afternoon **itH mcm- ' bers of CDC Club when Mrs. T. W. Nenl entertained the group. Mrs. O. O. Elkins was awarded high score prize, second went lo Mrs. Lendennifi Fowler and rooko to Mrs. Pnul By mm. The hostess served a salad plute with iced drinks. * j • Ellises Are Parents Mr. and Mrs. William Ellis arc parents of a son born Thursday night at Walls Hospital. Their first child, he has been named William Ronald. Mr. nnd Mrs. I.. C. Smith of Dale, Ind.. will leave tomorrow to return lo Ihclr home nftev having heen the quests here n week of Mr. nnc Mrs. Theodore Logan, nt theft jionie on Highway 01 North. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver W. Copportijo and sons. Oliver and Earl Pride Mi', and Mrs. C, C. Councille an< son. Clifford, arc lowing this «f- tcrnoon for Port Walton, Fla. where they will spend two weeks They have taken a collage there tji the ocean, where they have been several times before, Mrs. Philip Felnberg. G0!> Chletf- nsawba, left last night for Wahl:<m- <lah Camp, near Bagnell Dam. Mo., where she will spend the weekend with her son, Mnnlcy Fclnberg, there for eight weeks. From there, Mrs. Feinberg will go to Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, on business. She will be Joined by Miss Cclestla Swank, 106 North Eighth, who will from At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Jackie Wayne Nail, city. Mrs, Raymond Cram, Manila. B. s. Huy. .city. Peggy JA>U Yorbro. city Mrs. Finis Cope, Sleole. Mo. Shelby Gfnc Downing. More'- house, MO. I.oudlne Downing, Morehouse, Mo. Mrs. James .Ciuard. city. Horn to Mr. and Mis. Curl Is Mason, city, a daughter early tu- ny. Dismissed: Mrs. lj. G. Hopper nnd daueh- cr, Tyler, Mo, Rosa Lee Olausner. Manila. Mony Ann McCnllom, city . Mis. James Russell, Carulhers- vl lie. Mo. Ulytbcvlllc Hospital Admitted: Mrs. J. S. Stiles, city Mrs W. L. Wages, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Collier, Dell, a son yesterday alter, loon. Dismissed: Mrs. Russell Hays. city. Johnnie Jacobs, Wilson. Mrs. Ida Rll/abeth Snyder. cilv. 'Memphis St. Joseph Hospital Admitted: Delbert Dameworth. Dycs.s. Mrs. Carl Crawford. Hnyll. Mo. Memphis McMmdi.st Hospital Admitted: Mrs. A. E. McCormlck. Osceola. Mrs. Howard Kclchum. Slcele, Mo. Ernest Pllklngton, Wilson. Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gates. Steele. Mo., a daughter. CAKI) OK THANKS I wish to express rny sincere thanks to the friends and neighbors for their kindness and also for their floral offerings that were presented in my lo.ss of Mother. J. C. Cole. CAItl> OK 'THANKS We would like to take this opportunity .of expressing our deep appreciation to oiir friends for thrlr kindness hi the time of our deep sorrow. The George Edwards Family. CHURCH NEWS ]>KOMISIU> LAND METHODIST CHURCH Kay \- McLcster, pastor Church School. 10 a.m. Revival Services, 11 a.m. Voutli Fellowship. 0:30 p.m. Revival Services, 7:30 p.m. I'JI.tllilM-I.UTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut iMissourl Synod Sunday School, 10 a.m. Church Service, 11 a.m. The Rev. W. C. Krufer of Memphis wlllsponk with "Winning Kouis for Christ" us his subject. ntMANVEL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 10. a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night prayer service 7 p.m. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZAKENE f. W. N'anli, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young People's meeting, 7:15 pjn Evening Worship. 8 o'clock. Wednesday prayer services, 7:30 ST. STEl'IIHN'S r.l'ISCOl'AL OHI'KCU Sixth anil Walnut William .1. Kll/liush Fifth Sunday after Trinity. Sunday School. fl:SO a.m. Morning Prayer, 11 a.m. CAI.VAKY Kl'IKCOPAl. C1HIKCM O.sci'nhl William ,1. Fil/.hiich Fifth Sunday after Trinity. Kvenlng Prayer, 7:'.IO p.m. VAItmlO MKTI1O1HST CIIIIKCII Uay li. Mrl.csU'r, pufctor Church School, 10 a.m. BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:30 a.m. Training Union, 1 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 p.m. FUU, GOSPF.I, TABERNACLE [>. It. Harmon, pu£lor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, n a.m. Young People, ci:4f> p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. FIRST PUKSHYTKKIAM C1UJRCI liarvny T. Khld, minister Sunday School, (1:45 a.m. M'Tiiing Worship, 11 a.m. Supper for Youn^ People, 0:3 p.m. Friday, choir rehearsal, 7:30 p.m Corning Events Woman's Missionary First Baptist Church Society meeting leave tonight from Memphis by . , , ... plane for Ballas and Fort Worth. 9 1 . rclo J5'™ 1 l>- 1 :.,C!«' lc One in«t.s with They will buy merchandise. Mrs. E. A. Craig has as her gucsls her daughter. Miss Eddie Rnt.lt Craig of New Orleans, and her granddaughter, Miss Barbara Ann Craig, of San Antonio. Mrs. E. E. Hardln, 1017 Walnut, has as her guests for two weeks her niece, Mrs. John Hearn, and daughter. Pat, of Wilmington, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Hoffman have returned to Lancaster. P.I., Mrs. C. W. Airik-ki Circle Two with Mrs. Ebb Carson; Circle Three with [VTrs, Jcssee Sceman; Circle Ftniv with Mrs. H. C. Blankenshl|) and Circle Five, Mrs. E. I,. Hale. Mrs. T. H. Cimuvny entertains OEO club. Young Woman's Association of First Baptist Church ini'ollni; at the Bapllst Chapel. Lilly Slrrel.. THURSDAY Mrs. Boyce Moore hostess lo ONB Club. Class Has Fish Fry Members of the Open Dour Sunday School Class of New Libert; Baptist Church entertained, the! wives and Sunday School officer last night with a flsh fry at the church. The class is made up of young married men. FLAT LAKE METHODIST C1I11KCK Kay li. IMrl.ester, pastor I'l'eiH'bln^ .services. 9:;iO a.m. Sunday School. 10 a.m. MIUISTIAN SCIENCE SEIIVICES Woman's C'lutihausc, Mlfi W. Main "Life" Is the subject of the Les- on-Serinon which will be read in ill churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sun_ lay. The Golden Text is: "I shall lot die, but live, and declare the works of the Lord...Ciod is I he .orrl. which hath shewed us light." I'salms 111): 17. 27. Among the citations which comprise the he.ss"n-Soi'm!m is the Lord is my light, and my salvation ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH I,. <*. Kumsey. pastor Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador services, G:? p.m. Children's church, 8:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service, 1:30 p.m. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION .Rev. I K. Francis McIJevitt, pastor :ev. 1'aul Ilujarsld, assistant paslo Sunday Masses, 7 and l rn. Weekday Masses, 8 p.m. Novena to Our Sorrowful Mother 'rlday, 7:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Brown, |iastnr Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Miss Gcraldinu Sloan will Baptist Training Union, 7 p.m Evening Worship, 8 pjn. VEDNESDAY Mid-week Prayer service, .m. Choir rehearsal, 8:10 pm. 7:30 NUMBER NINE BAPTIST CHURCH HuwarU H. King, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 pin. Wednesday, prayer meeting, 8 p.m. LAKE STREET METHODIST CIIUUCH Bates Sturdy, pastor Church school, D:50 a.m. Mnrninif Worship, 10:4S p.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship, C:-lj p.m. Evening Worship. 7:45 pm. Prayer Service, Wednesday, 7:45 p.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH It. S. Ilnlrd, minister Bible School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 rx.m, The Ix>rd's Supper and Sermon by the slug, pastor. ST. MATTHEWS CHURCH OSCEOT.A Itev. B. Francis McHevitt. pastor Rev. raul Hujarskl, assistant pastor Sunday Masses, D a.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH r. II. JerniKan, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 10:55 a.m. Training Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. I KLEENEX . . . GREETING CARDS for Every Occasion TOT SHOP Phone 230S 105 South Second IN FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S. B. Wilfaril, pastor Church School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 10:55 a.m. Wednesday night, choir rehearsal. after svcudl»g a Uriel visit herewith their son, John P. Hoffman Jr., and Mrs. Hoffman, and Mrs. Smith Brackin. They also motored to Memphis to sec Mr. Brackin, patient in a hospital there. : .'Mrs. Joe Isaacs. -Mrs. Eunice Younsr. Miss Jessie Srlle and Richard Jeidel will leave tomorrow morning frdrn Memphis by piano for Fort Worth, Texas, on business. Mr. Jelclci will remain until Friday but the other three will return home Thursday. They will buy stock for Ihelr store. ' I ing's services at First Methodist Mr. and Tifrs. Clalr Miller and Church. two sons. Billy and Raymond Eu- The Hcv. S. B. Wilford, pastor, is gene, will leave tomorrow nv>rii- assisting at an evangelistic: meet a Mis. Ellis is Bobbie Rhoads. the rormer Miss ing by car for Mexico City and other points of interest. They will also visit Mrs. Miller's niece. Mrs. Coy Johnson, and Mr. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jont/. of Memphis will spend the weekend :iere as guests of Ills parents. Mi', ind Mrs. J. M. Jonts;. 1108 Chickasawba. George W. Barnaul and Howard 1 Moore spent yesterday in Liitlc Rnck. where they attended to business. Bolivar, Tcnn. He Arst of the week. the CORRECTION In Yesterday's Ad this error was made: Lddicfs Handbags 15c . , ,., ..,,• i..^,. .» . 3 •" . • II Mlioulcl Hiivc Ucart Ladies Hankies 15c MONTGOMERY WARD Banish Wash Day Woes 3 STEPS WITH BLYTHEV1LLE Laundry Service 1st ... To Your Phone Just call 413 and our Route man will call for your bundle. 2nd . . . Out to Play Get out and enjoy yourself while your clothes are being carefully and thoroughly cleansed by the BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY. 3rd ... To Your Ironing Board Iron your clothes at your leisure. They come back ready for the iron. mi Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:41 Show Start* 2:tn LISTEN TO KI.CN 9:00 a.m. 1Z:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. TUISOn RRSDER5 Rev. D. B. Blcdsoe Will Conduct Meet The Rev. D. B. Bledsoc. associate pastor of First Baptist Church hei'2, will conduct evangelistic services to begin tomorrow morning at the Baptist Chapel on Lilly Street. Services will be held each night, 1:45 o'clock, with the me^ls planned to continue through Aug. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Carson will be in charge of special music, while Mr. Carson also will conduct congregational singing and Mrs. Carson accompany. former Army Chaplain Will Speak Tomorrow The Rev. V. E, Butlcrwor',h of Santa Rosa, Calif., visiting friends here where he formerly* was pti.~tor of First Christian . Church, will be guest speaker at that church nt tomorrow morning's worship service. The Rev. Mr. ButterworUt Is a veteran of four years service p.s an Army Chaplain, having held the rank of major at the time of his discharge. He served H months in the European Theater where he participated in three battles. Including the Battle of the Bulge. He is entitled to wear three battle stars. 36 Club Members Attend Clear Lake 4-H Meeting The Clear Lnke 4-II Club held a mcctiiiK Tuesday, presided over by Mildred Stanford, the newly elected president. Trirty-six club members were picscnl. Maltha Bcni'd led tile group in .singing. The following hew officers have been elected: Mildred Stanford, president; Nonna Jean West, vice president; Gcralrtine Mass, secretary; Patsy Calvcrt. reporter: Martha Beard, song captain. Reports were given by the following group captains: "Junioi James, pig captain; Larry Luns- foni. calf captain; Geraldlne Muss. clothing cnptain; SlevlUit; Gordon poultry captain: Ethelena Loveless room improvement, captain. Miss Cora Lee Co! em an gave a demonstration on the control bagworms en shrubbery. W. O llazelbakcr led a discussion 01 stock judging. The president appointed a l« v gram committee M the following members: Betty Jo Yarbro, '-la Dean Newman nnd Jerry Sykes. Dell Pastor to Speak At First M. E. Church The Rev. Luther K. Wilson, tor of Dell McLhcxUst Church, will be giicst si>c.ifcer at tomorrow morn- Kl'.V. I). I!. Bl.i:i>SOK REVIVAL BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street Time 7:45 p.m. Evangelist: Rev. D. B. Bledsoc Associate I'nslar, First Haplisl Church Singer: Mr. Ebb Carson Pianist: Mrs. Ebb Carson A Cordial Welcome is Extended to Everyone yAf?i<: 413 STEAM LAUNDRY Serial: "Forest Haulers" and Short Cont'd Shows -Sat. 12:30 i No. 11:30 Actual Mewsreet Movies of Yourself And Your Friends -SEE- Special Sunday Dinner Half Fried Chicken with "EnglishTeas, Baked Corn, Snowflake Potatoes, Lettwcc & Tomato Salad, Coffee, Tea or Milk $1.00 SPECIAL PLATE LUNCH Baked Ham Potato Salad, 2 Vegetables, Salad—55c DICK'S CAFE S17 W. M**« St. Phone 3171 Notice to All Our Patrons CALDWELL BEAUTY SHOP Will Close Sat July 20th Watch- This Paper for Further Notice of Our Opening at Our New Location— 21 IN. Second St. Phone 2592 Jaycecs Beauty Pageant Movies of Shopping Crowds Sunday Crowd at Swimming Pool Playground Scenes at Walker Park Aerial Scenes of BIythcvillc Public Buildings and Institutions .Sunday Afternoon on Ash Street Industrial Scenes—Street Scenes A Complete Story of BIythcvillc on the Screen —Movies of People and Places You Know! ! ! DON'T MISS THIS SHOW! Sunday nnd Monday Oae Nijhfof T£RRORt, SUSAN HAY WARD • PAW. LUKAS ,, Bill WILIIAMS , Pit mm cm ii I News :itnl Conl'd Shows Sun. 1:15-11:00 Matinees Sat. & Sun. Only Box Office Opens fi:4ii Opens Sunrtivy 1:00; SlnrLs 1:15 Continuous Shows S;it, and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the ROSY. Saturday RITZ Tuesday and Wednesday July 23 & 24 ...but a Hard Hitting Foe to the Lawless! Minnie Lee Jones Music Studio ENROLL NOW for Summer Classes in Piano Phone 2994 or Write Miss Jones 807 Chickasawba HIjtTicville, Arkansas Goes Home w,u LUC11E WATSON GLORIA DeHAVEN ANNE REVERE HtUM VIHSON HXHR1 DMENPOKT UDN AMCS DOMLO MEEK EDWARD BROPHY ..«.« .. /S~ . " T Fox News nnfl Selected Shorts Continaons Showing Sun. 1:15 to II

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