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f&UBTWO BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH G, 1940 .^-,------ .-.Civen Methodist Church it ' > Representatives , ol First Chri"- tian • Church, First ' Presbyterian Ohurchj St Stephen's; Episcopal Church, arid Ftrcj Methodist Church »omens artaninttotu gathered at T!r=t Methodist Church jesterday afternoon^ for j^sjjyctJLl World Da) of Pr»\eF' ' program "', Mrs J C Ellis, Council of First jf was ih charge of tSe^rogram »lth the theme, "The Things That Make For Our peace /. , , < Participating on the program, »Itto tonics, and' praier* in conjunction with the theme were the following ,Mrs, .Russell jBarhanj of First Chrisr tian Chuich woman's Council, who ync>a s>nopsls or World Day of Pirt\er for 1945,' Mrs Leslie Hoop er Mrs C Hi Graj, Mrs G W Dil lahunly and Mrs.-E. R.;Lancashire of the Woman's Auxiliary of First Picsbilerlan Church and Mrs John F, Fields.of St. Stephen's Episcopal Churoh; To Observe 34th Anniversary Of Girl Scouting In America Tlie 34th anniversary of QJrl Scouting In lh^ United States Is Tuesday, March G, and in obsery- ancc^of the occasion, next week has seen sel.aside as "birthday week of Girl Scquls of America." tlclcs needed in Europe and will be used by the Scouts to whom they are. sent or distributed where there Is greater need. Friday nltOU. Maxell 15. Blytheville Girl Scouts will present a folrtli- (Next Tuesday Is March 12, and day festival flt the City Hall audi- _J John CaUdlll was the organist -liijl the 70 women present were Jed iifcsmglng by Mrs. .W, P.. Cobb. Members of.the..Woman's, Society ofj ergistian Service of. First Meth- odist^h'iirch' were hostesses to the group* n\tf World Day of Prayer,' in lugujjilcd several jears ago by the United Council ot Church Women. Is qbsewed in 51 countries of the \\oria* It. Is on the first Friday of the jjenten season during which piajgr k to be, emphasl»d Mis James Hill Jr, is president ot the Bljthfeville group "* u" * * * Horfored With Parly Piayei Program Given Roj Moore and Mrs John Black T "II \ ere given a surprise birth day Sinner last night at the Moore Home, on* 21st. Street. After the dinner guests plajecl Ijmgo Among the guests was Mi Monies mother Mrs Leda Ad- .nilre,of Memphis. Mist Johnson Hostess Mi*. .Glen B. Johnson entertain art nJJHibfers of the Initaial Club yestet(lay.;aftsrnoon at-the home of Mrs f<J T Stalcupr Buffco prize went to Mrs Het man ^Maj high to Mrs Bonnie i c haU»i and low to Mrs Johnson The hostess;served a salad conrso .within beverage. MisrE B. Chitwood dub, Guests ast Tuesday was-March 5,) "Tomorrow Ihe Scouts will attend church In a body at Lake Street Metliodlsl Cl'iurch. A social program -will be .presented anrt the Scouts, will sing the "Hymn of Scouting." '.. . An exhibit of liundc'rnft of equipment has been. planned for birthday week and may be seen in the window of J. C. Penney Co. through- bill the week. Included In the activities of birthday week Is the mailing of "friendship bags" to Girl Scouts and their guides In Europe. The "friendship bag" Is a handmade drawstring bag filled with ar- torlum. Each troop will, present a program and all parents and (rlends arc urged to attend. The Scout organization was founded 34 year's ago. v when Juliet Lowe returned from England, where she had seen a Olrl Scout organization. . She invited 24 girls to a tea in Savannah. Oa., to talk about Scouting fpr girls In America.. Two troops were formej at » meeting in the Lpulsc Pprter, home in Savannah March 12, beginning the Girl Seoul movement which later spread to al the countries abroad. Bits of NeWS * Mostly Personal MiJ, Chitwood was hosles weekend in Paducah, Ky. They were.accompanied by Mrs. Began': mother. Mrs. Alex Elherton of Detroit, i Mich.,, .who ha* been here the past several days as guest c Ihe Bogan family. Mr. and . Mrs. J. C. Lowe am family have as their guest his mo ther, ,Mrs. O. A. I^we of,Milling Recent Bride Yarbro WSCS Meet Is Held At Church The Spiritual Life chairman was In charge of the program presented 'Jlnirsday at the regular meeting of lite Woman's Society of Christian Service of Yarbro Methodist Olnirch. > • The study leader, Mrs.'W. A.'Hpl- llngswoiih. completed the study course, "The Cross Over Afrlc»." AlLcr a brief business session, the society Jollied In' group singing and prayers were plfered. .. '.. . .. . Mcmlwrs fnsidt plans .to attend the world Day of Prayer service yesterday at First Methodist Church, . . v ;...,. At The Hospital* Walls Hospital Services Are Planijed for Episcopal Church ' Holy cojnmunlon .services''.will;be held at,. St.jr^tepheiVs £plscbp^l Church Sumla^ morning, \\ o'clock, .when ,tl:e'; Right Rev. .R. Bland Mitchell, ^Bishop of .Arkansas, is to officiate. , ; , , . . .. Visitors -are welcome to attend the service, .the first to.be held at the local Church in Several' weeks as ilils church is without a resident minister, it was. aruiounceU. Mrs. Hcrsliel Besliiu'sc was befo.ro ;ier.marriage Feb. 3 Miss Sara Ruth Smith, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. R. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Besharsg :ilan to make their home in Wichita Falls. Texas. Mrs. Fields To Head Methodist Society. Mrs. j. w. Fields was elected president, pf the Woman's society of Christian Service of Lone Oak Mr. and Mrs. C.. T. Shnmlln and .heir - : hoiiseguests, Mr. and Mrs. iprnes. Shumllu of Denver, Colo., lave returned from French Camp, s.,'. where they spent three, days as guests of Mrs. C. T. ShnmUn's mother, Mrs. Jnmes P. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. James Shamlln, who have been hero for two weeks with his parents, plan to return Monday to .heir home... . ' Mr, and Mrs, John Crliier have nnd as their guests the .pas'), few days' tlvcli; daughter,' Mrs. Richard Smith nnd Lieutenant Snillli, ql Hiirllngton, -Texas. Lleulc'hnnt and Mrs. .Criner have also visited ; in Memphis with Mr. and Mrs. Jack aoidsinlth anrt with friends In Kennett, Mo. They were accompanied by Mrs. Smith's sou, JImmie Smoth- mon, John Bruc^ Wilsoji, U. S. Merchant Mailnes. has arrived home to be t,6rt, Tenn, Mr.'and Mrs. Lowe, son!. X rl i ' Jf , r-h , , ,7. " c T, Jiinmy, and Jerry,;itffs. M. T. Moon M««°dist church when the society and Mrs. C. R..:Maddox met Mrs Lowe, in Memphis, Miss 'A'ma with nes. his mother, Mrs. B. B. Wil- . , who .is ;mplpyed in . Memphli, Is. spciicllw; he Weekend here, with her mother, Mrs, .j. W- .Auten. - : .!, .Condition of George .Smith, who s . undergoing treatment nt Bly- theyiije Hospital, Is somewhat Improved. .:,..,.. ..lvirs.,j.,F. Bal>b of. Piedmont, Mo., is here .us ssiiest, of .her {laughter, Mrs. . Belslnijer. yestciday afternoon' to members o Friday Hook ;Club .and two other eu^sft Mrs Alex Shelby and Mrs Rov Sheppard. s, Cornelius Scherer »on high son, and brother, Dick Wilson, after ..returning to the Strttes from Genoa, Italy. He will report for further sea duty niter spending a 30-rtay leave here. Mr. and MTS. Cornelius Scherer and daughter. Miss Betty Jeunnlne Scherer. will spend the weekend In Memphis. They will attend n dinner tonight al Hotel Peabody. Mrs. Glen 13, Johnson and son, Wayne Allen, plan to leave next Thursday for New York city to make their home. They will Join ..Mrs. R.. I. Haiey. r ha5 .,oeen ad- nilftecl to .Biyi'lieynic.-Hospital for several days roulihe treatment. Group Captains Report ,, A meeting of the Clear.Lake.4-H Club-,was held. Tuesday;with Patsy Hnyncs ijcastcUmj. ; Th!rt.}}-scvcii members and one leader were present. ; To open I lie meeting Daphne Wpodhouse led the group in slng- l»8' : ..--.. - ' . , . The following reports were given ' the group captains: Thomas Ifovd, cottgn captain,.reported on e i,his group; Max Gui'ley, pig cap- In, i-cporteil eight; Hetty Fesmire. met Thursday at her home. Other oil leers elected were Mrs. Ben Ray, ,vlce : president and Mrs. Glen Alexander, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. vJ. B. Coleman will serve r,s Spii'iUml Life chairman ami Mrs. Dick Fields, Bible study. Mrs. Eugene Davis \vas elected reporter. .: Mrs, Gambles led Hie scripture reading,,.taken from the 'book of Matthews. Mrs. Coleman dismissed the group with prayer and the hostess served refvcshnii'tit.s. Admitted: Mrs. Althea Randolph, Caruthcrs- villc, Mo. Mrs. Mamie Lester, Holland, Mo. Hugh J. Knight, Sleelc, Mo. Cooper Jones Jr., Steclc, Mo. Born td MIS. and Mis. carl Anderson. Carutliersvlllc, Mo., a son, yesterday. Dismissed: Mrs. Luther Reynerson, city. Charles .smith, steele, Mo. Edw.ard Simmons, Steele, Mo. Blytheville Hospital Admitted: Mrs. R. I. Haley, city. Robert L. Uplly, Steele. Mo. ! Mrs. Andrew Fulleiion, Steele, P-! Dismissed: Tlie Rev. A. B, Jordan, city. C. O. .Payne, steele, MO. RaymolUl Vied, Steele, Mo. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: __ Sarah LjCngslon, Luxora. Mrs. J. K. Jones. Osce.ola. Joe B. Mlchle, Caruthersville, Mo. Robert Cecil, steele, Mo. '< Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: W t , E. •Newman, Osccola. Memphis St. Joseph Hospital Admitted: Dr. J. R, Gideon, Joiner. group at the service. Methodist Youth Fellowship, 0:40 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:40 p.m. Hoard of Education meeting Tuesday, 7:45 p.m. . Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 p.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH K. S. Balril, pastor Church School. i):45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:65 a.m. Christian Youth Fellowship, 4 p.m. Evening Fellowship, with religious motion pictures, 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Nazarcne Young People's Society. 0:45 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week prayer service, 7:45 p.m. ST. .MATTHEWS CHURCH Itev. II. Francis MciteviU, paslor Itcv. I'anl Itujurski, assistant jmslor Sunday Mass. 9 a.m. , OHUKCII OP CHRIST K. W. Stovall, minister Bible Class, 9:50 a.m. { Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Bible Class, Wednesday, 7:UO pm. Arkansas has an area of 53,102 square miles. CHURCH NEWS and R Mrs JLeon Scherer lo» Thji hostess ser\ed refreslimenls «ev| Gat/in To Speofc At fyethodist Church T Th-r Re\ ECO<-<vi»t«fc during rook games sec Mr Johnson, who is employed there ond *lgh v,ent to Mrs Chitnood after receiving n dischai-ge from crvice. During his service, Mrs. ohnson and son niadc their home icre with her parents, Mr. and Irs. Ira Koonce. The Rev, and Mrs. S. B. Wilford nve gone to Rochester, Minn. 'here. -Mrs. Wilfovd is undergoing reatmcnt.at. Mayo. Clinic. They Ian to vcturn in two weeks/. Mrs. John Thomas will rct'urr .0 her home in Knoxvillc, Tenn. omorrow utter .having<' spent the two weeks here witli her mo her, Mrs, E. A. Goodrich, am sister,. Miss Vcra Goodrich. „ Mrs Thomas will accompany her. br'p -her. Bob Goodrich, of Oak Ridge Tcnn., who came yesterday to mo tor her back to Knosvllle. Mrs. Audley Brlgham and Mrs Nelson Myers, both of Columbus Miss., have arrived here for th wedding tonight or Miss Dlllie Leg gelt to Newell Bi-igharii. Hugh Nelson Thotnlison Jr., ar J AJbertj Gatlin of Jonerooio district superintendent of ^^£thodIst ch i-xhes is lo speak tomo»pw morning at First Meth cdist^Church here The Re\ s B "WSUord pistor is ini-Rochestcr, Minn.; where Mrs. K undergoing treatment Clinic. at Tlia group Derten Reece Club Holds , Meeting On Tuesday rhe Recce 4-H Club held a meet ing Tuesday with Sybil Den ton pre aiding. There were M club mem bers present " i sang led b> Syb , R^jrts »erft gnen by Ihe follow ing Sfoup captains Louls^ Hughes pig «apt«iH h reported four in his group, Harold Mixon horse cap tain Reported two Betty Jean Stal Urgs^, gardening and canning cap tairv-.reported... seven and . Harold Bunn; poultry captain, reported Jtiis Cora Lee Coleman home dcTionstntion agent, gave a demon- oliaflon iii" clothing William. O HaMlbaker, assistant county agent, ""oa demonstration m a simple le germination Church Parsonage To Get 'face-Lifting' Job Extensive repairs ore. to be made 'ii , the Yttrbro-Promised • Land Methodist Church pnrsonage, located on South Franklin Street. The home, is ' now occupied by the Rev. Ray L. McLesler, pastor of the churches. Plans for repairs have been made by the trustees of the two churches. They plan interior, paint rebuild the garage. : Trustees ate Roy Koonce, J. lo redecorate the the exterior and ollilng cnptnln, rciwlcd three; 1 0( aphne Woodhoiise. poultry cup- : , . Roney I^vmlicrt and Joe Freeman in, reported two and Mary Leu unsford, room improvement cap- in, reportetl twenty-four. Miss Core Lee Coleman gave a emonstratton on clothing and wil- ani o. Hazelbaker gave a demon- ration on seed germination. Two new members joined lub. Yarbro; -, n( i- Ihc Promised Laiul. Russell Gaines, Felix Tfouston skclton of 'alls .Conference '•or Churches Here Albert J. Gatlin of Joncsboro, ibtrlct superinlendeiVt of Metho- list clfurches, has called a session of the Second Quarterly Conlct- cnc e of churches. Blytheville Methodist Arkansas has an estimated one tons of lignite coal in un lived this morning to visit hi aunt. Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls. an other relatives en route to his hbm in Ccievalaiid. Miss., after liayir been dischiirged from the Navy. A first class seaman, he participalcd i in many months of active service aboard the Destroyer H. L. Edwards for which, he. received eight battle stars. Discharged at Sealtle, Wash., he plans to work until September when he will reciuer University of Florida, ' Gainesville, to complete his college work in engineering of which he had two years fthen entering service. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and children are spending the weekend in- Prentiss; Miss., with his mother, Mrs. Prentlss W. Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bogan and ojuightef, Nancy, p.re sending the The session will be al First Methodist Church Sunday afternoon. 2 o'clock. Planning to attend are officials of First' .Methodist Church, Lake Stfeel Methodist Church, Yarbro Methodist Church, Flat Lake Methodist Church. Promised Land Methodist church.: Oosnell, Half Moon and 'Dell Methodist churches. Methodist Men's Club To Sponsor Ball Team Tlie Men's Club of Promised Laud Methodist Church will sponsor a baseball ICEim this season. The | club voted to sponsor the team at a meeting Wednesday night at s the ihurch. The Athletic committee will be nade up of Marcus Gaines, Sam Godwin. Dennis Mullen, Alton Harly and the Rev. Hay McLcstcr. castor. A program committee was also selected to prepare nil programs Mr Ihe club's future meetings. Members arc Felix Hill, Herman Rit- Coming Events . MONDAY Woman's ;• Missionary Bopiety of Calvary Baptist Church meeting In circle groups. Circle pne meet- lug with' Mrs. Paul Burks and Circle Two with Mrs. O. D Wyatt. ., . . , Miss Stella Evans-.hostess . to Young Women's Foreign Missionary society, First Church of the Nazarcne. . Program, meeting of the We/man's] Society of ' Christian ' service of CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES First Methodist Church, at ' church, 2:30 o'clock.; " . . Blytheville Choral Society meeting at the "Y", City Kail, 8 o'clock. Women's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian church' meeting in circle -groups. Circle One meeting with Mrs. W.. , A. Dobyns, .120- Wesl Main; circle Two, meeting at the home of Mrs. Rodney Banister; Circle Three with Mrs. R'ay Worthlngtou with Mrs. I/. D. ClmmbUn, co-hostess; circle Four meeting at the church for supper. Womans Missionary . of First Baptist Church meeting in circle Groups. Circle One meets, with Mrs. Marlon Williams; .circle Two with Mrs; Ebb Carson; , Chicle Three with Mrs. R. E. Blaylock; Circle Four with Mrs. Theodore Logan and Circle Five with Mrs. H. II» Brooks, Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church meeting at the church for n program and social meeting with hostesses Mrs. - George Shanks, Mrs. Clovis..McHaffey and Mrs. Vance Dixson. TUESDAY ... ' Parent Teacher Association of Senior High v school meeting at th(T school, 3 o'clock, preceded byij an executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. R. A. Porter hostess to Double G Club. . Mrs. Jesse Taylor hostess lo Tuesday Bridge Club. Charlevoix . Chapter of the Daughters of .the American Revolutions meeting for a luncheon at Hotel Noble, 1 o'clock, with hostesses Mrs. W. T. Oberst, Mrs. M. O. Usrey and Miss Cordelia Wil- hitc. I'lKST MKTHOnlST <:HUUCII' S. )'.. Wilfonl, pastor Church School, 0:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Intermediate Fellowship, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Night choir rehearsal, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1C. C. Hrown, pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship. 1:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Mld-svcek prayer service, 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal, 8:10 p.m. ASSKMUI.Y OP GOO I-. C'. Kunlsey,- pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning. Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador services, 6:30 p.m. Children's Church, 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week. services, Tuesday night Prayer meeting, Friday night, fol- owed by choir practice. CHL1HCII OF THE IMMACULATE CONCI-PTIOt Kcv. «. Frauds /.McDevill,, pastor Hcv. I'aul llujarski, assiilant pastor .Sunday Masses', 7:30 am j. 10:30 a.m. , Weekday Masses, 8 p.m. Novcna to Our Sorrowful Mother, Friday, 7 p.m. FinST I'HKSIIYTEKIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kidil, minister Sunday School, 9:46 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Pioneers. C:-15 p.m. Evening Service, 1:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Choir .Rehearsal, 8:15 p.m.. ' Let Me Erect Your Prefabricated House Free Kslimulcs—No Obligation 0. W. FARR1NGTON 411J5 So..MMy.:.. BlytheyUlti Ark. tne Woman's Clubhouse, HiC W. Main "Man" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all. Churches and Societies ot the Church of Christ. Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text is: "The steps of n good man nre ordered by the Lord: and he delightelh in his way." Psalm 37:23. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from tile Bible: "So God created .man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he' them." Genesis 1:27. YAKHRO METHODIST CHUKCI1 Ray I/. McLester, jiuslor Church School, 10 a.m. Worship services, 11 a.m. PROMISED LAND MKTHO11IST CHUKCI! Kay L. McLester, paslur Church School. 10 a.m. Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p.m. Worship services, 7:30 p.m. CALVARY HAI'TIST CHURCH I*. H. Jernigan, pastor Sunday School, 0:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 10:55 a.m. Training union, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. FIRST CHURCH OF THE N'A/ARENE F. W. Nash, paslnc- Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. LAKE STREET •METHODIST CIUJKCII Church School, 9:50 a.m. 'Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m. Thn Girl Scouts will be present in u 1 Come in,and see our Glorious Display of Recently \cf|uirc(i Ciiffs—IJoth Modern and Antique—In Our Newly Decorated Showroom. Selections for the Most Discriminating at iUodest Prices. The Gift Shop Moss Bryan 103 E. Main Phone 2254 THE BEAUTY CLINIC Ingrain BHI. MARGARET DEEN SMITH ETBiX, GOODNEK GEORGIA LEE WAIX8 . Order Your New Electrolux Cleaner Today For Preferred Delivery It's the New Clean-' er thai does everything easily nnd efficiently. You've waited for it. Now you can (jet it. Just Phone 2650 R. M. Graves, Local Manager Bead Courier News Want Ads. tenberry and Russell Gaines. A report of repairs on the church building wns given by J. M. Harding. In addition to the 15 members present were four visitors. J. K Lambert, Miss Wllma Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Koonce. Supper was served by member of. Ihe Woman's Society of Chris tian Service. WEDNESDAY Mrs. G. G. Caudill hostess lo Town ar.d Country Club. Mrs. W. vi. Wunderllch : hostess o Wednesday Bridge Club. Chapter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood meeting with Mrs. Charles S. Lemons. ... . : . THURSDAY Alpha Beta Bunco Club meeting with. Mrs. Lane Newell. Mrs.. Ira Crawford entertains members of Eaitre Nous Club, i Octette Club meeting with Mrs. Edwin Robinson. - 'GNB Club meeting with Mrs. Boyce Moore. : .Club Eight meeting wilh Mrs. FLOORS REFIN1SHED New Floors Laid and Finished. Make Your Old Floors Look Now—-Modern Sanding Equipment Used. Call 469, for Free Estimate Deal's Paint & Wallpaper Store Paints, Wallpaper, Slats-O-Wood Awnings 104 So. First "We Clean and Wax Floors" Phone 469 Continuous Shows Erery I)aj Box Office (Wens If4» Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN '/O BJWJN I:M tjn. 12:45 pjn. f.M Saturday G o. Poetz. ': Mid-Week Club ^4(rs. W^ L. .HPrvier : ineetinE with Bu^rs for Property! T * >W* J -*«'«t*» Mtfcc that In n»r ad* t not .nly jlv« r*m ^tW.BOWN FAYMENT on the property, but also the tax* nimai TM an to pay. YOB knew the Prtmslffct* Jt» cufamll me. .A gMd way to adrcr- Uae. ' ' LM TMT fnpettr with me. MT «mmKsk.B b 5%. H.G. CAMPBELL Office: 120 S. 2»d St, . Phones 446 or 2930 and Service V. .»( » . *.* . J _»—^ «k^ite ~ to^^~ fi?« jam ^MK t>epartBMnt rrady U . tn prcwv Uses. We tuve & Urf* iii Hdrrison Motor Co. Shirts finished to PERFECTION • ,. •.. >-.- v . - ...' . .... Let us help you retain your well-groomed ap- pearance with our expert hand laundry service. Each shirt is finished to your liking with just the right degree of stiffness, with flawless ironing. Try our laundry today .... you'll appreciate the extra care we give your clothes. /• DIAL 478 We'M Pick Up Your Bundle 1 FOR SALE 'On« small Clipper Bean and Grain Cleaner with motor. .Now in operation. Big variety of • screens. Suitable for small volume Vf beans or farm use. L. R. Matthews Gin Co. Phone 727 Radio Service Baby jumper swings Baby walkers anil strollers Pyrex glassware—houschoUt waxes and cleaner—cvitlcty. Phonograph records and accessories. Fans—attic, window, and table types. pedestal, Refrigerator Service Fred Lawkr Washer & Ironer Service Philip Fiel Vacuum Cleaners, Fans, Irons and Small Appliances Repaired. Adams App J. W. Adam, MET. Successors to Hardowoy Appliance Co., Inc. Phone 2071 , 206-08 West Main iance Co., Inc. ]. LOUIS CHERRY Keprcsentinf New York Life Insurance Co. Bljtheville, Ark. PAT O'BRIEN AOOtPHE MENJOU ELLEN DREW RUDY VAttEE • FORTUNIO BONAftOVA lltru-J.t rratj;*l FOBtRI FtlLOWS . 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