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a. V ^ PAGE TW<0 Coming Events j i . t } 9 V/EDNESDAY Frlendl) Se>«n Club meeting with ts $ F, Hill iMrs Toby Long entertaining A 'J C. dub ^_ " THURSDAY Frldayt Ltihcheon*. dub meeting ith Mrs. W. M McKenzle. '/Wonder Class . ol Lake Street ethodl4{ CKurch rmvlng,c!afs par- In the.class room, § P m ,- FRIDAY. Mrs W. S Langdon entertaining i B 0 Xflub ! G. N.-JB. Club meeting with Mrs. ohn Brtllhart j Initlah'Club meeting with Mrs tennan'.^ay Lnglish 1 Girl Is Bride Master Sergt. McGhee M;'McGhee of and Mrs 1 ?5ute S^haie receded an account if the marriage of.their son, Maser Eergt' Ze'ra Man In McOhee, to .ins Bwbara Gwendolln Wilimot kugliter'of ,Mr. and Mrs R Will- not ol Leicester,' England. rrhc v,jddm~g f\o8 solemited at o'clock. In ,~the, afternoon of> Julj Furr, a member of the'society who Is llll and plans-were, perfected .for the rhembers ta attend ,the church sen ices at! BAAF tonight, Mrs. Green also urged all members to attend the seminar meeting to be held Thursday In Joncsboro. ,; ' Mrs. Bates Sturdy was In charge of the worship service, which openert with a hymn of consecration played by Mrs. C. TV Shamlln during silent medllatioh'by the members. The scripture was read by Mrs, George StUwcil, followed by prayer by Mrs! A. E. Harper. Mrs. Sturdy was assisted on her piogram by Mrs. J. \V. Mnloney and Mrs, A. L. Reagan. Mrs. Ivcrson Morris sang.,a solo, and the closing thoughts were given by Mrs. Sturdy and by Mrs Green, as a special birthday offering vas taken/ Mrs. George Crews rtls- nlsscd the meeting with, prajvr. Twenty-two members and two vis tor.i, Mrs. H, O. Smith of Frencl Camp, Miss., nhcl Mrs. N. j, Nclll'o East Prairie,. Mo., nllended .'Ji nceting. '•••••. A : .b"riel meeting'of the. executivi board was-held follo.wing the clos of the iirogram meeting, when qu'ar of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Peterson, !>tis enrolled as a freshman at Univcvflly of Mlst.iurl, Columbia, tcr graduating from Blylhcvllle ;gh School last May. Mr. and Mi's. R. W. Lovctt have s their guests at their home, 323 out!) Division, Mrs. Hnlph Barr id daughters, Patricia Ann and Inda Lou, and Mrs. Homer Ganl f Cleveland,'Miss., who came ycs- erdny forn 10 days stay. Mrs. Ciunl nd Mrs, Barr ai^e daughters of llic xivetts. Ensign and Mrs. Ralph VVlllInt'- 15, at 5 St T Alban's '•cicesteiV Church In A program of organ' music v.a jhen b$ thV church organist and 'he bride; given in marriage by lie wofe a traditional ueddln kov,n oCfigured satin, with n Iftc £eil uhtch fell from a net and Ilowere6>headdress Her arm bou- "juet was of pmk rosebuds and white heather The wedding was followed by a reception at the home of the bride's parents Sergeant McOhee plans to bring his bride ta Bljttallle to U\e after | ,the *arf 1 «' . . . 'Execujjve 8031 d Meets Mrs. Edwin Robinson was : hbslcss iyeslerday' alternoon'at her home 16 terly reports were" filled !ri. Pledges Sorority Miss Kay Thomas has pledge Kappa Kappa Gamnm.sororlly n tlie University of Arknnsn's. Fnj eticvillc, it hns been announced. Miss. Thorns Is ft sophomore a the University, having: trnnsferre Uitre this Fall from.the Unlversll of California at Berkeley, .where she \\ns'a"student last year. mm and their young daughter vere the weekend gnesls of bib arculs, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Wlll- ngham, his brother, W. J. Will- nghnm and Mi's. Willlngham, and ils sister, Mrs. Bunch White. They ire enroutc to Richmond, Fin. t'here Ensign wllllngham will be totloncd following many month of- service overseas in the Souil 'aeltlc, during which time his wifi and their child made their home n Mitchell. Neb., with her parents. Eiwlgn .Willlngham Is', a'.pilot in the •lighter: than . air- craft ill- visloii'Of''UiC'NnV.v. •.- •' Mrs..Margaret Gray Crowi!;r and her lw'6. young 'soils have moved from the apartment they have been occupying at 2020 Chlcknsaw-: aa Avenue, to 421 South Second. Bits of News Mostty 'Personal I , ': ' • Mrs. John. D. McOlll returned a meeting of the executive board of yesterday afternoon from Mem- the WotBCtt'Sv Council of the First 1 phis where slie.'spent two days. Christiaft ChUMn ' n, L. Banister returned home Mis W D.'Cobb teas in charge 18umln v from. Memphis Baptist Hos- of the r}e\otlonal period, when she pllnl where he underwent treat- read three of Edgar A Guest's incut for several days last week. He ipocms 'Ballad of Man's Life," "Af- will return to Memphis Friday for ter the War." and ' The Need " a checkup. -; . Tlie bKsuieHs'lSesston Was"presided ' Jack ; Hnle left Friday for Slnrk- over bipIlrsJJtaEllU.Sr, presl- Ville. Miss., where he will tnke hk /dent, wi*h routine business Iran";- senior year's work at Mississippi acted PHiius also acre made for the State College. . • •vomen ft work with the collection Mary Jo Eaton, daughter ot Mr. of clott&ig "for feuropeans, being and Mrs. Cody Eaton, underwent „ cirned imt this week by the church an emergency appendectomy last 5 and members alib'planned tb par-plight;at Walls Hospital..' j ticlpate'Jn the Church service next -Lieut, and Mrs. Roy Dixon Grecl f Sunday St the" church in connec- have returned to their home In Ul). 1 tloh with Religious Education Week cral, Kalis., after a visit with his Mrs. Maude Lowery Dies In Mississippi. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Price and son, C. E; Jr., arc-In Tupelo, Allss., be ; • cause' of -the death of Mrs. Maiide Lowe'ry, mother of Mrs. Price, who, died.early.'today: She 'was 02. Mrs. Price : and son,' wlib went there several days ago . when non- condition of .Mrs. Lowery. became serious, were joined Saturday night by Mr. Lowery. Funeral services will be held tomorrow mor'niiiE al Pegues Funeral Hainc nt Tupelo with burial In Hie famllv cemetery near there. Mrs. Lowery, whoi . vlslleil here frequently, also Is survived by two other daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Stone and Mru. Elaine Oiler' Of Tupelo. Her huiibaVid, &i LoWery, died 22 years ago. . >anhing Kitchen Aids In Making Overseas Gifts Persons sending Christmas packages overseas may use a free service which, It ts believed, will al< greatly in preserving contents b; preparing them at the Communit: Canning Kitchen, it hus been an nounccd by Mrs. Freeman Robinson ,Tlie kitchen will be open Thuis day night so that those who cahno use the facilities during Wcdnesda and Thursday may pr»parc thel packages. . This modern method of prcpm Ing packages Is proving very popu lar. Recipes are nvnl]«ljle at til kitchen, located on the high schoo campus, for cooking such foods Christmas pudding, chocolate fudg date and nut bread and fruit cak which Is placed in containers and scaled. .'Containers are available at the kitchen, for sale'at cost, along with scales for weighing. Along with boxes, 11 number «rc iislng-gallon Un buckets us outside containers which, when scaled, arc vyalerproof. Mrs. Love B. Adams now Is m charge of the kitchen which operates each Wednesday and Thursday and will remain open as long as food or hicat Is available for canning. To- tpaloes, pears and chickens now arc 'Galveston'Quods Enter School being prepared for future consumption, along with the overseas packages. . This hew service Is being offered free so that service, men and women overseas may lecclve their glfb in the best of coridltlon, it was pointed out. During the^ socIiiljUaUr ^nhlch followed tli« budniSss meetfrig,'the ijoi-' less serftd J ia > iaM#lch plate wltl: cookies and hoE coffee ( .i ' ' * Mission Program Given parents,, Mr.. and, Mrs., 0,Y. Green ,, . «' ArmpreU •; • ' M h .•- j oli'n >\V. !Ta bor; o f. NnsliV 11 le Teiin.,. arrived this morning fof'a brief visit with her sister, Mrs. W P. Brewer and Dr. Brewer. Miss Mary Atlah Robinson At The Hospitals \Vnlh Hospital •'M rs E B i leave toinorraw Kvhere she'.will' ; for New York. or the program lor state nllRs.ons Vork g hoo , o j j ti , at the reeling of the Woirtan's Mis , smoarj'u Union of Rtst B artist attend the .New AdmlUed— Mrs: Herbert. Woods, Luxora. Shirley Ann Goff, city. Mrs.; Joe Atkins, city. Lucy Stevenson, Luxora. Berlin Prlvett,. city. .Mary Jo Eaton, city. Dlsinpised—' ' . Mrs. T. K. ROiirk, city; Mrs. B! F. nhoads Jr.. and baby, city. ' • Hlytheville Hospital Admitted-^:. '; . . .Mrs',.; Mavis . .Whistle BeUlemlrcj Manllaj • ••'• : l Borh lo Mr. and Mrs. Joe Esles city, a dauBhler last hjght. Born to Mrs. Site Cr«flon Evnns and the late'SevgL,Howard Leon- aril Evans, of Dell, n son ycslerday. Two Young VVetr Widows Patients At Hospital Two young war widows of UK Dell section are imtlcrits In ad jacent rooms at Blylheville Hos tnl. A son was born yesterday tc Mrs. Sue Cralton Evans and th nto Seryl. Howard Leonard Evans and Mrs. Mavis Whistle Setllemirc Ife of the late Clint. Paul Settle iiire, is undergoing treatment. The baby has been named Leon nrd Vaughn Evans for his 20-year c.k'1 father, kllletl April 11 ove Germany while firing gulls on tli enemy from on : airplane, nnd fo hlj; mother's. brother, who die while a child. •".'...-.• ;-;!•?,;,-• Fii-st retorted mlsslngVIn MiyY llic "War Department notified Mi's. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1044 State Has Selling Job, Governor Adkins Says LITTLE RCCK, Sept. 20 (U.P.)^- Arkansas is going to have to do a muster selling job" if it wants tp keep Its war plants In the postwar period. That's what Governor no-. mer Adkins said on his return from a visit In Washington, where he conferred with varioui federal officials regarding postwar conversion of the plants in operation In the Klate. , Adkins says he Is convinced the stole will have to "sell" the state lo private businessmen and corporations If the plants are to remain In operation after the war. And he says Arkansas' chances will be much better il an adjustment is made in freight rates. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP m 0. Hrrt Phone 2532 'Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Modern Equipment Expert Beaullclaus were the Bnclget quadruplets of .Gnlvesto n, Tex., the country'.-, youngest all girl foursome, that y^ were the very first to arrive at the "little rcfl school house",opening day. Bom under war clouds on J 1930, these golden-haired blue eyed girls nave known all the attributes ot patriotic American chil- reii iii saving War Bonds, entertaining soldiers, and even '.'adopting 1 ' four members of the armed forces or the duration. They are tlie dauglHere of Mr. sml'• Mrs. W. E. Badgett of Gnlvcston. Left to light shown saluting the Aitterican flag are: Joan, Jeraldine. Jennette and Joyce. (NBA Photo.) BTU Quarterly Rally o Be Held On Friday The Mississippi County Associa- loir.il Baptist Training Onion will ncfct In Its final qunrlerly rally for .he iissocinUonal church year on Friday night, 8 o'clock, at Biinfc- py's Chapel on Highway 40, west of Osceola, It. was announced today by L,ublen E. Coleman,.ttssocinlional director. The Itling of r.nnual reiwrts, elebtloit of officers for Die coming year and the awarding of Imnncrs for the departments will constitute ,'the business prograin, and the niceling will close with (\n address by the Hcv. M. E. Wiles, associa- iiHr missionary. Nephew Of W. D. Cobb issing Over Germany Lieut. Guy W. Cobb Jr:, of l-ara- ould, nephew of W. D. Cobb, has een reported missing in; action vcr Gerinahy, his uncle has teen iformed by Lieutenant Cobb's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. .Guy Cobb of 'aragould. His father frequently visits in Bly- levillc. Lieutenant Cabb, a bombardier of her husband's E^arts July death. '. . She and her son will live with hei 1 parents, . Mr. and Mrs. .-, Joe ^V'afton ;pf-.Dell.' Mral Pearl -Byans iif Deli, the., Eold :;i.tur\inothcr.' is Couricr News Carriers T6 Be Carnival Guests ^ There probably, won't be da\V(titngialong; the routes this af ternoon by the^Courier News carric boys'; for they have an early dal tonjghU Tliey are to take. In the Missis slpp'i: bounty Fair and carnival a al the bedside of her new t Eon and his mother. Mrs. , SolOernite 1-eccived Church Testerday aftelnoon at the 3 church Topic for the afternoon was . :'Tie Entrance of Our Wore! Gueth Light" The devotional oil "The Bible — " the L^fft of by Miss" Sarah World", was given Frances Rowland, followed* by prajer by Mrs n P 'heir Hardin * '• •] •> •« after Mrs William Berryman spoke on Ihe topij of "The Relation of God' 1 ; Word to. 6Ur Baptist I Agencies and Institutions", followed by pravcr by Mr-; Tom W^'Jactaon Mrs Harry Fntzius'Jhen dlicuSsei "Some of Our Opportunities for Letting OUr Light Shine" and the meeting closed with-praier bj Mrs Ebb Carson •• An offering was taken for the state • missions. W.S.GS.FouirtiBh thday Is Celebrated Yesterday Members ot the Woman's Society of Chrisfiah Service of Lake Street Methodist Church met jeslerday af- tcrnoohrat the church in celebration ol^the^^jganitaHo^i's. fovirth birthday, and lor, the,annual prajei retreat ^ - T Mrs. W. L. Green, president, wai in charge of the brief business scs sioii which preceded the program ~ ' sent to Mrs. Alvin Mrs. Harold Thompson rclnmed to.her .home in Osceota yesterday at ternoon' after having spent' the weekend here with her parents, Mr. tmd' Mrs. Buster Richardson. Mr. and ..Mrs. J. returned yesterday Nick Thomas afternoon to home In Ilopklnsvllle, Ky., n. weekend visit hcfe with Camthersville Society—Personal Word Wisoi H. B.:Shlve of Plymoutl publicity! , director,. 'Buckeye "State Carnival \v'liii opened ..Insl night at Walker Park GREETING CARDS For (he boys overseas. MAIL NOW! The Gift Shop Modirn & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN has been missing since Sept. H. Continuous Showi Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO BLCN |:H ftJL 12:45 ^Jm, A:Z* I Mother's Friend helps bring'ease and comfort to expectant mothers. M o J.H E R • s pfflEND, nn exquisitely prepared emollient. Is useful In till conditions \vliere n bland, mild anodyne mas- sflgc medium in skin lubrication is tle- Rlred. One condition hi wlitch women Tor more than 10 years have used It Is an application lor massaging the body during pregnancy ... It-helps keep the skin soft find pliable... thus avoiding unnecessary discomfort due to dryncss ftnd tightness. Ib refreshes and tones the skin. An Ideal massage application for the numb, tingling or burning sensa- tfons of the skin.. .for the tlreU back: muscles or cramp-like pains In tire legs. Quickly absorbed. DellEhtlul to use. Last Time Today Cobra Woman IliMilh Jon Hall and Marie Montcz Paramount News ami Selected Short Subject Tuesday & Wednesflay about the same time that her '. husband had been killccl^in action. How Sluggish folks Get Happy Relief their daughter, Mri, .Hubert, d Mr. Poltcr\ Mrs. Thomas has oil here and In Memphis for tlie st . month visiting Mr. and Mrs. tier anrt her son, J. Nick. Thomas ., and family In Memphis. Miss LnFetra May. of Memphis here Mrs. nFnycttc May. She ivns nccom- ihied to Memphis Saturday uller- Mri by: Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr., who as her guest for two days. Mrs. Torn Mabry and son, Tomy, left today for San picgo, Calif., here^they will visit Mr. Mabry. Navy, who is cut Friday and Saturday ,th her parents. Mr. and i. m. 2-c in the atloned there. Miss .Carolyn Peterson, daughter Mrs. Maymc Collins ajid son, Hobby, of Lynn, Ala., .arc the guests ot Mr. atid Mrs. W. W. Hogtic. Tech. Corn. ErnestJRobcvUon, sln- lloiied at Port Sill, Okla., is spending a two-weeks' furlough here with relatives. Mrs.'.Vcrnon Hopkins has returned from. Memphis Methodist Hospital where she underwent an operation Robert C. Portlock, GM 3-c, spent several days here' with his parents, and Mrs. J. L. Poiilock, before going to Richmond, Calif, to spend the remainder of his 23-day leave with his wife. He has been on active duty In the Atlantic for the ptist several months. : Pvt. Raymond Jenkins is spending his (urlough here.with his wife. Hc Is stationed at Cahip Hood. Texas. June 20.- His death In climaxed a brilliant record' of heroism,' Captain Scttlemire having received the coveted .Distinguished Service Cross and Silver Slav for , extreme heroism In the . African, ] Sicilian .nnd Itnllhn campaign*?, along with two Oak Leaf Clusters r.ml Order ' of the Purple' Heart. Overseas ,21 months before -killed, the 2-l-yefir-old Infantryman , was wounded In all three theaters of operations. Daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. H. Whistle, Mrs. Scttlemire makes her home, at. Whlstleville Plantation. -HritrT^reSdievB MONTHLY^ FEMALE PAIN You whSBUffer such pain with tired, nervous,'"cirouged out" feellnes- ttll due to functional periodic dls- turbanccs-fitort ot oncc-lrf Lydta E .pinkhnm's VCECtablc Compound to retleva aiich symptoms.QMoae especially tor women—II liclpa.™- turcl Also a grand ntomacul« tonic. Follow label directions. LYDULNNKHIM'SSg WHEN CONSTIPATIOM; mikes you feel {runic ftft the 0]ck4fi6|'bnng& on stointcb upset, so&r tAGte", 'giscjr discdmfoH, take Dr. Cudwell's [ftmooi medicine to quickly gull the jriEftr on Uij ''innirds", ud help yon {eel bngnt lad chipper Igun. DR. CALMKU'a if th» ViMierful senna ,, Imtire omtuncd Is good tld Syrup Pep- I" EJB to BMtte it to ««sy (0 t«ie. • MANY OOCTDMS ait pepsin prepArttJonJ la pr*scrl£tiofl8 to msbt.the medidtii more palitaMtftad igceetble to take. So be &ute you laUkre il coaUmed in Sjnip Pepsin. um«T«fBiLCMjbvmx't-Ui>f»orite . fc\. CAVTMfg UM cclj M dirtcUd. < THEN TH£ V<OT£ t/NAN IMOU 5, WE ALL WANT PEPPER J. LOUIS CHERRY IF . : T • ' . . • . - • - ---..«:•.'• NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Al*. -v- Mi's. DALTON C. FOWLSTQN, 'B. A., M. S. M. ORGAN 1ST anil TEACHER of "•'-.,' PIANO — ORGAN and VOICE Former New York Organist hud Teacher For Apjwinlment Write Mrs. Powlston HOI Cliickasawba or Phone 2049 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED >V1TH FLOWERS, bronerly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are al- Tays Iresh, anei all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert leslgncra help you with your floral needs. FLOWER. SHOP F.T.D. gerric* We Deliver Anywhere tt>. 491 Mrs. J. M. (M«s) Williams, owner Gfencoe Bids. BERLOU 10 Year Guaranteed Moothproofing Protects CLOTHING— RUGS^FURNITURE— DRAPES—BLANKETS—etc.^Ask for the schedule of reasonable prices. HUDSON Cleaner-^Tailor—Clothier ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES- GIN AND MILL SUPPLIES AT PRESENT our stocks of repair parts are as complete as during pre-war times 1 Put your plants in shape for Fall NO\V. WE GIVE SERVICE—call us day, night or Sunday. * Betting * Steam Packing * AH Size Pipe * Belt Lace * Pipe Fittings * Crane Valves Gin Saw Files and Gummors Hubfrard Hardware Co. Berrlnt Blythevffl* K Tc»n . Mother's Friend I j Highly primed by users, many doctors am I I nurses. Just ask any druggist for Mother' I ' J-'ricnd—the akin lubricant. Try it tontrtl fAWVA • Pe/l pcfforoltd he fa iie yey frimly t'om duly lo dancing. Sun. Only Optus each nlglit 6:45; starts \ Open* Sunday 1:00; Sorts 1:16 C*ntlanom Sliowj Kut. »o* Sun, Kl(ht Every Mib.1 Tuesday & Wednesday Double Feature Twice «» •roarll For work, M»r lhi» beautiful Mouse wilh lailored n«e«oric»- clisngc 10 p. m. jewelry, ami il doubles for dinner. Nine Lives Are Not Enough W V=K.O% r O A A * IHII-iriE S ^SMOES^

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