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Blytheville, Arkansas
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FAOT TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Jan« Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mrs. Haines Is Guest With Mid-Week Club Mrs. Harry A. Haines was with numbers ol the Mid-week Club when MM. Aubrey Couway (s'as hostess to the group at her home yesterday. Preceding the games a two course luncheon wai served from the dining table which was overlaid with a Tfhlte cloth and centered with a low bowl holding an arrangement • of assorted fruits. In tha games Mrs. Cecil Shane won high with Mrs. B. A. Lynch winning second high. • '• • Two New Members Meet With Avalon Bunco Club Mrs. John Crook and Mrs. Harold Wright became new members of the Avalon Bunco Club Thursday at the meeting at the home of Mrs. W. E. Cherry. In the rooms which were played In rooms decorated in potted plants Mrs. Buss Kettingef won high with Mrs. • Wright winning bunco and Mrs. Cherry low. At the conclusion of the games a sal&d course .was served. •" • • • Mrs. Ashford Hostess . To Octette Club, Guests Mrs. C. T. Blakemore and Mrs. W. C. Swlnk were guests with members of the Octette Club when Mrs, Langston Ashford entertained the group Thursday at her home. In the games, Mrs. Swink won high with Mrs. Ashford winning second. During the afternoon, a dessert course was served, .'. • • Mrs. Sylvester Entertains Club Members, Guest Mrs. Paul Byrum was guest with ^members of the Thursday Night .Club when Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester entertained the group at her home. • The Halloween theme was the chosen motif for the affair with decorations emphasizing this theme. Pall floral arrangements were placed .In. the home. In the Bjunes Mrs. Holland won high-with Mrs. J. A. Saliha winning second. : - f Refreshments were served during • the evening. . *'•»•* ' C. B. C. Club Plays Rook At Paul Byrurri Home Mrs. Ross Moore won high, Mrs. O-'OvElkins second arid Mrs. R. A. Copeland,rooko in the games of the C. B. ff. Club when they met yesterday at the* home of Mrs. Paul Byrum. ' ' i : .Mrs. ,D. .C. Freeman^.and Mrs. •J. D. Smith were guests. Assorted fall flowers decorated the entertaining rooms In which .the guests were seated. During the afternoon, a salad course was served» • • Silver Tea Is Attended By 200 Guests at Hill Home Approximately 200 guests called between 3 and «' yesterday at the James Hill, Jr., home on Ninlh Street to attend a. Silver Tea given to raise funds to assist in the construction of the Methodist Parsonage. Receiving the • guests - were Mrs. B, A. Lynch and Mrs. V. G. Holland »nd Mrs. Hill. Assisting in serving were Mrs. John Caudill, Mrs. John Miles Miller, Mrs. Dick White, Mrs. W. F. McDaniel, Mrs. Charlie Wylie, Mrs, J. V. Dates, Mrs. O. E. Kmidsen, Mrs. W. Lean Smith. Mrs. Claude Bush, and Mrs. Ray Hall, all members of Circle Six of the Methodist Church. A profusion of fall tone flowers decorated the entire home with dahlias, rose marigolds and chry- sthemums arranged In crystal and china vases. Centering the lace draped tea table was * mlnature Cape Cod home, an exact replica of the nc\v Methodist parsonage complete with trees and lawn, and flowers. Pre- «lding over the silver tea service »nd table appointments were Mrs. W. L. Homer the first hour, Mrs. W. T. Brewer the second and Mrs. Fred Steadman the third. Each guest contributed to the home by dropping in her offering In another minature Cape Cod home bank. HARMONIZING TRIO Visits Venice on Cruise Ralph "Wayne Walker, seaman In the United State. 1 ).. Navy who previously resided at 414 Center Avenue at Osceola, recently visited Venice, 'Italy, as a crew member aboard the radar picket-type destroyer UES N. K. Perry. • •- Fresh Slock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores FOR SALE CONCRETE CULVERT. TILE Com you loss yrt lusts lonjct lh»n »nj Mher bridge malfrlal. SUf I .I-10-12-IS-I8-21-21-2J-30-* Inches. CO.VCRETK SKWER TILE Stlfl 4-8-8 Inchu . CONCRETE SM'TIC TANKS • nut Prlcci ,vve neiivc, A. H.WEBB Highway 61 M state Line Thaat 7H By Sue Burnett What young girl could resist the glamour of a matching outfit for weeks days'or Sunday best? The one illustrated consists ot an easy- to-sew princess jumper, collared Jacket and crisp blouse. She'll be the envy of her friends. Pattern No. 8243 comes In sizes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 years. Size 3. jumper, IK yards of 39-Inch; jacket, Hi yards; blouse, 1 yard. for this pattern, send 25 cents In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, III. ,. , : . Don't miss the new FASHION. The Fall and winter Issue will delight you with Its np-to-th-rninule easy to make frocks for all. the family. Free girt pattern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. Bits of News Blytheville Represented At Auxiliary Meeting The following Blytheville Auxiliary .members , attended the Fall Conference bfttie American Legion Auxiliary Thursday at Little Hock. The group who left Blytheville Wednesday morning' nnd returned Thursday" night included Mrs. Jess Russell. Blytheville unit president; Mrs. Eddie Burks, fifth 'district president; Mrs. Paul Mahon, Blytheville unit second vice-president; Mrs. James Nlerstheimer, unit treasurer and Mrs. Ben Clune, unit chaplain. During the meeting, membership problems were discussed and reports were made on the recent American Legion Convention tn Indianapolis. Potluck Supper Honors Fidelis Class, Guest The Pidells Class of the First Baptist Church met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. H. R. Schmiik lor a pothtck supper with Mrs. Lilly Slsk a ,,d Mrs. Russell Wcrt co-nostesses. <* Mrs. R. N.. Payne was * guest of the class for the affair. Supper was served from the dinning table which was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with a tow bowl holding an abundance of Hen Rfldlance roses. Following supper Dr. Edna Nies presided over the business meeting which was opened with praver by Mrs, R. E. Blaylock. Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Sr., offered the devotional. A round table discussion of the year's work followed with the group being dismissed with prayer by the teacher, Mrs. w. Marion Williams. Mr. and 'Mrs. w. R, Cherry are spending today in Memphis. Perry Lcc AclkiKion, .son of Mr and Mrs. li. D. Adkbison has been elected house manager of the AQR house on the campus of the University of Arkansas where he fa a senior. Mis. Don Haley and son, Jerry Haley spent yesterday in Paragould with relatives and frieiids. They were joined in Jonesboro last night by Mr. Haley where they attended the Blythcville-Jonestoro football game. Mr. and Mrs. Haley returned home last night with Jerry remaining for the week-end with friends at Arkansas State. Mrs. Love Adams is spending several days In Wilson a.s gue-st of her sister. Mrs. Lucy Oiccr. Cliff Ftotton, faculty member aj Burdettc Is spending the wtek-cncl It Arkansas State College, Jones- born. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Sheppard of Paris, Ky., Mrs, Noda Moslcr and Murry Lasler of Memphis spent the week here ai guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Sheppard and family. Mls.% Barbara Cullison and Miss Jane Shellon are spending the week-end at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro as glle-sls cf Miss Polly Stewart. Dr. and .Y-rs. Hovel] Brewer and Miss Patricia Brewer of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hester of New York are the week-end guests of Mr. and Mr.s. Coleman Stevens and family. Mi.«s George Ann Stllwell. Miss irncsUnc French, and MUs Mildred Meador are spending the week-end at Arkaasas State College, Jonesboro with friends. They are all for- ner Arkansas State .students. They vere motored to Jonc.sbiro yesterday by Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Meador and attended the BI.vtncvllte-Jaiic.s- K>ro football game. They are remaining over especially to attend he Arkansas State football game tonight. Mrs. J. D. McDowell is In a salis- j factory condition following a major operation which she underwent Friday morning at Blytheville Hospital. Among the Blytheville people attending the University of Arkansas- Texa.s same today in Little Rock are Ross Dillon Hughes. Russell Phll- lips, _Harry A Haines, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry, Miss Jetlye Clair Huffman and Miss Vera Goodrich. Among - s the Blytheville people In Jonesboro.Inst night for thaiBlythe- vllle-Joiiesboro football game were Mr. and Mrs. IT, P. Sharp and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sudbury and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lutes and family, Mr. and Mrs, E. B. Woodson, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves. Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Reid. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor, Mr. ;i"cl Mrs. Charles Penn, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johnstbnv'EcIdle Ford, Ford, Sr., Mr, and MrsvJesse Eubanks. Mr. and Mrs, Everett Eubank.s, Mrs. Mabel Smith, Mr* and Mrs. J. E. Harrison, Totnmy Harrison, Jr. and Mrs. Philip F'einberg and family, Mrs. Baker Wilson and Miss Jane Wilson, Mr. ami Mrs. C. Miller. Bobby and Billy Miller, Bill Shelton and Buddy Taylor, Mclba. Hill, Freda Smith. Sara rfarrlson, JoAlicc McGuire, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shelton ami Joy Sliel- on, Miss Jane. Shelton and Marvin ifowell of Nashville, Tcnn. Harry W. Haine-s left this afternoon for Lincoln and Grand Island, Nebr., where he will spend two weeks, and they plan to visit briefly in Denver, Colo., and Mineral Wells, Texas, before returning home. Rev. Brown Completes 6th Year Here as Pastor Tomorrow will mark the completion of six years as pastor of the First- Baptist Church in Blytheville for the Rev. E. C. Brown, during which time 75-t new members have been added. The Rev. Mr. Brown, Mr.s. Brown and their two sons, Don and Jerry came to Blytheville In October, 1943 Announcing The Appointment of MRS. CLARA MARTIN ASSISTANT MANAGER In Charge of Our Food Department HOTEL NOBLE Coming Events Social Calendar Monday General meeting of Women of the First Presbyterian Church at 2:30 p.m. Miss Pally Graham hoslcss i.o Calvary Y.W.A. at her home, 718 W. Park. W.M.U. of First Baptist Church meets at Church for Royal Service Program. Executive Board of Women's Council of First Christian Church meets with Mrs. Harry Bradley it 2:30 p.m. Mrs. J. C. Ellis hostess to G.E.O Club. Methodist Circles meet; Circle One, Mrs. Paul Jobe, 1413 Main willi Mis. O. C. Ganske co-hoslcss Circle Two, Mrs. B. M. lie-roiold Armorel with Mrs. J. W. Adams, Sr.. co-hostess.. Circle Three, Mrs. J. B, Slevenson, 321 Madlsion. Circle Four, Mrs. H. C. Simms, 1111 Ash, Circle Five. Mrs, O. A. Cunningham 005 Hearn with Mrs. John Fcalhcr- ston co-hostess. Circle Six with Mrs W. F. McOlnlel, 1030 W. Ash. Tuesday Polluck Supper at 7:30 p.m. complimenting the past Matron. Past Matron Club at the R. A. Copcland home on Franklin. Mrs. B. B. Wilson, co-hoslcss. Jayeceltes Installation at Fly- Inn. Mrs. Newton Whllls entertains Tri-Town. Mrs R. C. Allen hostess to Club Eight. Mm. Robert I. Thompson will be hostess to the Alpha Alpha Cbnp'er of the Beta Sigma Phi at her home. 1708 Hcarn at 7:30 p.m. Rush party «t the home of Miss Dorothy Higgiiuon, ISO'S Chicka- ba at 7:30 p.m. complimenting Nu Phi Mu Rnshecs. Wednesday Alpha Delta Chapter of lloln Sigma Phi meets at Hotel Noble at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. JOB Freeman and Mrs. Bnrney Crouk hostesses. Thursday Mrs. W. O. Anderson will entertain the Armorel Ifome Demonstration Club. Mrs. Roy Head compliments I31y- thcvlllc Rook with 12:30 luncheon. Gosnell W.S.C.S. meets at Church at 2:30 p.m. Thursday Rook Club enlerlalned by Mrs. H. C. Blankcnship. Mrs, Eddie Ford entertains Avalon Bunco Club. Mrs. Marvin Ntmn compliments Octette Club. Thursday Nliht Club meets with Mrs. Don Halcv. Fricliiy Mrs. C. S. Dowdy entertains C.B.C. Club. Chapter "N" of P.E.O. complimented at Chester Caldwell home with 10 o'clock luncheon, Mrs. Ij. K. Old co-hosless. Saturday Mrs. M. O. Usrey and Mljs Miy Dixon entertaining complimenting Miss Dorothy Hieginson. 'Fiery Mass' in Sky Puzzles Scott .County WACDRON, : Ark.X'6ct. 15. ?V- Reporls of a falling airplane or meteor sent officer and residents searching through a mountainous .'.ection near the Arkansas-Oklahoma border last night. Just what (he 'flaming streak" ..i the night was still hadn't been determined today, but Scott County Sheriff oille Holland thinks it may have been a mclcor. The sheriff, Slate Patrolmen Damon Wilson and Bud Blythe and Stale Police Investigator Bernard YOUIIR searched the rugged Potei.ii Mountain mnge near Bntes Ark In Western Scott County most of past night. "We found nothing." Sheriff Holland said today. "We don't know blether it was a plane, and, if It was, where It crashed." A Bates preacher and his wife re ported seeing a fiery mass ernsh into a mountain. They thoueht it was a plane. Bui sheriff Holland 'e •• f 16 '' rC "° r -" lcd Mm to SS e f.ery n , ass , may ^ ^ Baptists to End Month's Drive To Gain Tithers Tomorrow will climax a' month's emphasis on stewardship at the First Baptist Church, which has announced a goal of "every member a tlther" for the month. Tiie Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor, will conduct the worship service about the theme "One's Personal Stewardship," and the subject wljl also be the theme of Sunday School and Training Union Services. It was explained thr.t the financial objective of the stewardship emphasis month was to underwrite the largest budget In the history of the church, $74,066.95. Cards will be available at services tomorrow for those who have not completed pledge cards and during Ihe afternoon teams will visit those not having made Pledges In an effort to complete the stewardship objectives. A report of tne tithing committee will be given at the worship service. CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS Sy Joan Douglass Surprise Shower Given At Wusleyan Meeting Mrs. Leon Wilson, Mrs. Chester Burnham and Mrs. Lewis Ball were guests with members of the Wesleyan Onild of the Promised Land Methodist Church Thursday night when Mrs. W. F. Fitzgerald WHS hostess to the firoup at her home. Immediately following the short business mccllng at which plans were marie for Ihe Halloween Carnival to be held at Ihe Promised Land School, a surprise shower was given In compliment to Mrs. Thomas Moore. At The Hospitals Bl.vtlii>vJlle Knspilal Wsmlsspd: Kay Smith, City • Mrs. Dave Holslead and baby, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Fiank Anderson, Louisville, Ky. Mrs. pete Vied. Stecle Mrs. Marjorie Griffin, Cooler Mrs. w. M- Barnes and baby Holland Baby Mary Ellen Curtis, Rt. 2 i-orLft _MMe« t ble.ssed event. State School Districts Facing Cut in Funffs For Transportation Aid LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 15. (AP) — Arkansas school districts will take a ten per cent cut in state transport tatlon aid this year. The Slate Education. Department laid school districts will be allowed >nly 90 per cent of the transportation aid they actually qualify lor riDe: the 1849-50 school year. A letter from A. B. .Weathering- on, the department's director of fi- lance and transportation, advised school officials that, the $4,000,050 appropriated for transportation -altt s insufficient, Id pay the amount of aid approved. Wealherington said It may be DOS- ible to restore the cut if state income Is sufficient for the public school fund to receive additional monies under the 1949 stabilization law. \ He also pointed out that the 19SO- 51 appropriation for transportation aid Ls only $3,400.000 and advised schcol administrators to keep this fact in mind in planning expenditures. Mistrial Is Declared In 'Ejection' Case HOT SPRINGS. Ark., Oct. 15.— (JTt —A federal court jury has been unable to decide whether the constitutional rights of Detective Chief Jerry Watkins' were .violated when he was ejected from the Oaklawn Race Truck. The jury yesterday reported It could not reach a verdict and Federal Judge John E. Miller declared a mistrial. Walkins charged he was unlaw- lully removed from the track last March. Named In his lawsuit were Garland County Sheriff I. a. Brown and operators or the Oak- 'swn joJckcy Club. Phone the Load Off Your Back! Il's as ciisy as that! I'ick up yuur phone—call us—and sec your wnsh-day load disappear like magic! Yes— well M || for your laundry ami do all of the work wltile you spend your wnsh-day i,, carefree relaxation! In a short time we'll relm n vollr , v ., sh (o m ,__ spBrkling dean and in perfect condition. Don't post- day C -NKs" 1S yoursclf ^ wash -'la>' blues. Call us lo- Blytheville Laundry & Cleaners Phone 4418 Homemakers Meef The. Caruthcrsville Homemakers Extention Club met Tuesday In the home of Mrs. J. D. Moore with 17 members and two guests, Mrs. Edward Tutt and Mrs. Paul Walpole, present. One new member, Mrs. R. B. Culver Jr., attended. A business meeting was conducted. Mrs. C. A. Robertson read the news letter from the state office. Mrs. Zula Folks gave a report on the Four-H booth at the American Legion Fair. Plans were ma4e for a booth for Achievement Day to be held November 10, at Holland, Mo. The new officers were announced by the nominating committee, They are: president, Mrs. Pat Patterson; vice-president, Mr.s. Murray Zare- cor; .secretary, Mrs. H. H. Pjgmon; song and game leader. Mrs. Mary Lee Bailey; parliamentarian, Mrs. Grlsiiam and reporter, Mrs. Willis Davis. The hosless served cookies and coffee. Mrs. Henry Cain and 'Mis. Wilkie were co-hostesses. The next meeting will be with Mrs. H. H. Pigmon. Auxiliary lias Meeting The American Legion Auxiliary met Mctiday with 13 members present for a routine meeting. • Mrs. Henry Summers, the president, appointed the chairmen of the committees for the coming year and the evenin? was spent planning the 1950 year book. Each of the members was reminded to help with the membership drive and to try to win the award at the district meeting to be field November 11. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Fred Pierce and the Membership chairman will have charge of ;he program. At- the close of the meeting the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Cora Medlin, served cakes and coffee. tended. Following the regular business session. Mrs. Glf/orcl Edgerton presented a program on flowers. Slides Garden Club Meels The Moonlight Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. Henry dens Mrs. Coker served a dessert The busi'mLs niMtfng was'eS"t- rh ' . „.. . cd by Mrs. R. L. Condit, president Chapter DM o! P, E. O. met Mon- n nd was followed by a program ,^ day evening at he home of Mr.s. B, by Mrs. Floyd Malhls. assS £ O Bennett, with n members pies-] Mrs. Pearl Walker and Mrs. J w em. The program, "New Frontiers Golden. Their subject was "Herb, of Medicine", was given by Mrs. I and Their Uses." Mar/^M <5 'Trsn**,. '. m . Harold S. Jones. Mrs. Bonnett. assisted by Mrs P L. Horner, served punch, cake and nuts wilh Mrs. Jones and Mis Frank Slenlz serving. Has Birthday 1'arly _„_ _,,,..,, CllkV* LrtUlCtl Monday afternoon, at her home for her son, Maurice, on his fifth birthday. There were 15 children present the afternoon was spe games. In games the to Don Clevldcnce Spencer, and Angelo Mouhalis The course of study, conducted by Mrs. F. L. Kelly, was a discussion of color harmony. Floral arrangements In yei:ow analogous, red monochromatic, and red and green complementary colors were demonstrated. First place went to Mrs George Camp entertained J - w - ai > ldt ''). second to Mrs. R. nffurnn^ii «I t > »_. f^nllHif. nTlfl IliirH tn A<>.,- r,- Condit and third to Mis. Pearl Walker. and the afternoon was spent playing games. In games the prizes „ , , went to Don Clevldcnce John Pro(csslollal Woman's club heard id Angelo Monhal'is I ", '?' k °, n , tn * " lms and Purposes of the club, given by Ihe guest of Mrs. Archer Speaks lo Club ^ At a breakfast at El Rancho Hotel Sunday, the Business and Professional Woman's elub heard Church Women Confer Tlie Women's Council of the hristian Church met Thursday evening, with Mrs. Tankcrsley. Eight members attended. During the business meeting reports on the district convention which was held at Kcn- nett. Mo., were presenter!. Mrs. Grisham had charge of the missionary lesson. Refreshments of cake and coffee were -served. The t meeting will be In two weeks at the home of Mrs, C- C. Nceley. W. S. C. S. Cjrcles Assemble Circle One of the Methodist Wonen's Society of Christian Service met Thursday afternoon, October 6, it the home of Mrs. B. A. Jumper. There were 27 members present. The devotional .service was given by Mrs. Wyman Dilln\an.. Mrs. R. L. Ward presented the program, a review of p. part In the book, "Women of the Scriptures". During the business meeting, )lans were made to hold a brke sale Saturday, ' pstober 15.. Mrs. Jumper served' cake, topped with whipped cream and strawberries, and coffee. Co-hostess was Miss Doris Shore. r. E. O. Entcrlains Chapter GV of the P. E. O. 3is- .erhood was entertained Monday at :he home of Mrs. Roscoe Coker. Seventeen members, and one visi- ,or, Mrs. Gerard Callihan, a member of the Portageville P. E^ O., at- Club Mrs. Raymond Cain, with 22 members present. member, Mrs, Nellie Cunningham, was welcomed into the club. Following a . .routine business meeting, Dr. S. B. ficecher of the County Health Department spoke on the work of the unit. A question period followed. The hostess and . her co-hostess, Mrs. Edna Baker served cherry tarls and coffee. The next meeting will be Oct. 20. Locals Mr. ailrt Mrs. L. E. Sullivan and Richard Westbrooks of Wilson, Ark., and Mr.s. J. J. Lusk of Osceola, Ark., visited with Mrs. John Westbrooks Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Milton ajid son. Ear! Ray. have left for a week's visit with their daughter, Mrs. Robert Davis, of Carbonrtale, 111. Mr;. Garvin May and children of Eteele, Mo., spent Sunday visiting with her sister, Mr;. J. P. Doug- Mr, and Mrs. Mailill Luker of . Portageville, Mo., were visitor* in' town Sunday. Mrs. Luker Is a former resident of this city. j Mr. and Mrs. Ray Yeager and Airs. Hillard Montgomery of St. Louis. Mo., and Mrs. Dan Nicholson of Detroit, Mich., were guests in Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. McTernan this week. Mrs. Rowland Barnes and children visileci her mother, Mrs. H. M. Lawson, of Portageville, Mo., Saturday. Mrs. B. B. liendricks and Mr. and Mis. C. H. Hendricks; formerly of this city, spent the week end visit- in? with relatives here. The Kendricks are now living in Salem, Mo. Miss Jcrre L.ynne Smith of Portageville, Mo., attended the Caruthersville Fair Sunday. Mr. and' Mrs.' Ralph Vick and children of Dcering, Mo., were guesU in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Vick Sunday. Misses Ellis Hayden and Barbara Shaw .students at State Teachers , , . The club then attended church " Mcttlodist c l»'rch | n Woman's Club Has Bake Sals The Hayti Moman's Cluh met at the home of Mr.s. Wesley Shrader Monday night with 24 members and one visitor present. The business session was conducted by M'« j M. Masters, president. Plans were made for a bake sale to be held Saturday at the home of Mrs. Harry Gaither. Plans were also made for attending the district convention to he held at Cape Girardcau Mo The program, "Look at the Record." was presented by Mrs. Bonnie Buckley, Mrs. Vivian Whitner Mrs Eula Ray and Mrs. Mary Masterson. It was a resume of the Havtl Club's work since Its organization in 1933. Elcvcn at Circle Mceflnfr The Rose Marlowe Circle of the W.M.U. of the Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Elmer Witf^ o^f' wlth , H members presenfi' „"« S mect '"f was conducted by * rrs - Harvey Gill on the subject of Jap ' 1 "-" ' c °"egc, spent the week end with llleir respective parents. K1TZ TlillATR BY REFRIGERATION Sunday and Monday RITZ THiATRI BY JREFRIGERATION Box'Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 &:00 a.m l'i:45 p.m <:JO p.m. .LISTEN TO KI.CN Saturday Grand Canyon Trail ' with Roy lingers Serial "Wild Bill Hickok" No. 3 and Short Cont. Showing Sal.. 12:30-11:30 MGM<s MIGHTV MIRACLE TECHNICOLOR MUSICAL SHOW OF SHOWS! ONE Of 'KEK GHEATtSl P1CTUMSI AIDT OAKLAND SINGS "OV£H THE KJUNIOW AND & OTHE* SONG HITS! JUDY 6ARIAND 3 FpMIIRGJIII-RJiYBOLGER-SEimililR'jJlCKMEY » mm -cmim.MHEi MUTEIPIECE ifriiii SUM* P»J Vj NOEl LAIttLEY. FIOKHCE 8VEBSOS |.i« EKA! 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