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f AGB TWO BLYTHEVILLE ,<ARK.), COURIER NEWS Emily Wlxson, Society Editor l>hoi! « 461 Fort Smith Girl Wed To^Giegory Hale Atkins Parties Compliment Miss Little, Fiance of del *of Fort bride of Gregory Blytihevllle in a 11. Vrlie wedding .became Hale Atkins of ceremony July was solemnized M'lss Jo Ann Riedel, daughter Among the numerous soc Ml Mr and Mrs Mioiesl P. Rie- events honoring Miss Frances LlllK Smith .became the al ,d nan Hughes Hell preceding " their wcddinu to be solemnized Ailg 1 wi'c an aflernoon parly, givei s'aluvday by Mrs. .lames C.'Gum at' fce'homc of the Rev and Mis. nnd a supper party lust night \>j O I. Barnes in MansfieU. Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Snnfm-d Shelton witS Rev Ml Barnes officiating, and Mrs. William H. Yonnx and Mi NUss Betty LOU Atkins, sister uf and Mrs. Elte'l Huffman at til * he ' t-.dciM-oom, served -as Miss ; Huffman home. . . -. . ,. r Rlelels only attendant Mrs. Guurd entertained at he •lie bride was graduated- from' home with a coki- party in crmipli Wis(er High'School, WlileV; Okla..' menl to Miss Little W Tattended the OkUnom. City i • HelrcshmeiH, o^iiidivldiia^tie,^ Bits of News Mostly 1~O Head Y GrOUD! Mrs. Y. T. Rowan returned today w iv^vj r- to hci . h()]nc |M Oko | 0 , m , Miss., af- graudson of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ble. .,,,,„ Harhish of BlytheyUle. was grad- white tapers In crystal holdeis from Blytheville High/ were placed In cliislcrs ot pins', am lie served for three years white asters on this refreshment ta- na ted Schpol MONDAY, JULY '21, 10-17 Couple from Brazil, Visitors At Stee/e, Get Great Welcome in Hie Navy and- for the paw year ble, and pink flowers were arraimcc has' been enrolled In College of on Ihc buffet. Yellow Summer flow. Engineering at the University of era were iiUrncllvcly nrrnnK Ark; He is president-elect, of tlxe Esphoniore class. Mf. and Mrs, Atkins plan •- her hos attcvul the University this « V ' " ' ' ' Bvfde-Elect Honored With Silver Shower 1 ; • '• ' -'~ • • \ ML'ES Edna George ol Luxoni, bride-elect of Earn Ritchie of 1 Birmingham, Ala., was guest of hoiir Friday night .when Mrs. James R. Mead entertained with n silver shower at her home. 417 North Broadway. Roses predominated In the Summer ficwers in decornlhw the home for the occasion. njinco was played during the evening with prizes won by Mrs. Charlie Corey. Mrs. N. Koury of Stc4lc, and Jvfrs. a. Salkba, also cf Etcele. .All the pri«es\yfi.TC later .given to Miss ,Georf*e.-,liy -. t'ic winners. Fallowing the bunco- games, iliss George was presented with gilts of Silver from the-% 'present, who included gutsls t from L,uxora, 6s- ccd(a, Stcele,""Bay '-Ittonette, Ala.. Coiiperhill, Tenn., New York, and, Ne* Madrid, Mo: . /v pink and white' color scheme wai carried . out 'In the dessert course served'.with "tcecl drinks ter visiting here with her daugh ler. Mrs. James C. Guard, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Guard mo- lored her home. Mrs. P. K. Lewis and son, Sonny nived .Friday night from Hendcr- 011. N. C., to visit with her son, ' ,1'ii'wooil I.cv.'.s and Mis. Lewis, for uveral weeks. Mr and Mrs. O. -A.- Cunningham uul an their weekend guests Mrs. Cunningham's biother, W. I. Crcii- uw and sons, Bill and Dick, of HiirllesvllU:. Okla. Sunday the group motored in Trenton, Ternl.. -v/here Ui.'.'y visited iinulher brother of Mrs. CunninHliam, J"hn Crenshaw and family. _ I'aul UiijsrsKi. tuu liiom'iximi and Kdwin Weedman are spending ti few days in Fayettevlllo and at the University. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jlaynes and linnlly aecompanied l)y Mr. and ford, Wash. I Misses Peggy Flceman, Ntll Dean Anderson and Annabeth Davidson and Paul Dean Davis have returned from attending Senior Camp for Methodist Young People In Conway. Mrs Bessie Ford of Shreveport. fjn., has returned to her home af- i ter visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Horn- bcrger. Mr. and Mrs. Hornberger ad Mrs. claura Hornberger accompanied her to Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Borowshy and children are In Miami. Pla , vacation several days. Mr. and Mrs. Vay Caraway and daughter, Sue Ann, of Wichita, Kans., are visiting Mr. Caraway's mother, Mrs. Rosa Caraway. Norway is only one-ninetieth ax large as Africa, but it has two- thirds as much coastline. July Clearance to/ Discount On Ail Lamps THE GIFT SHOP ifl.l East -Wain Street June. Stiros will president of the Hie HvlnB room <>I the home. The (jui'sl of honor was presentee 11. crystal ten-ills Ir.iy by loss. Mrs. Ciliard wus 'assisted in en tertnlnlnt! >>>' her »>»lh<.'r. Mrs. Y. T Jlowuu of Okolonu. Miss. Other ] out-of-town yuesls iucluileil Mrs. ' J II. Wklman of Memphis, house- I I'iiest of Mi 1 , iiiwl Mrs. W. H. Pease, Mrs. John Urn noimu 1 of Tusco- loosn, Aln., and Mrs. Robert Z. Grimes of Panama City, Pin., and HIL-tsiicsls' of honor• t»- | clay bv .1. P. Ciarrott. yencial see- Charlottcsburg, Va.. hotiscKuests of their parenls, Or. and Mrs. L. II. Moore. When Mr. and Mrs. Shellou, Mr. and Mrs. VOIUIK. and Mr. and Mrs Huffman entertained with a Ihree course slipper last nlghl. the guests \\c--c s-f'ed -at sin ill labics will a niinlaturi! bride and to'oon design-- .. ble. Miss Little's i>lnce was marked with a gardenia corsage. The dining table from which supper was s?i-ve;i \v--is draped with a latin clamnsl: cloth! Hoses arranged n n silver bowl formed the center- )iece and tapers in crystal candelabra lighted the scene. Gludiodi were placed throughout enlertain- y, rooms. Miss l.iltk- was presented silver Iii her patten by her hosts and hostesses. bo installed as Tri-lli-V. high school eirls' division of nlylhcvllle Y. In eniiilleliijht rites Monday iihiht at the V. Other officers who will !><-• m .•.tailed ure Nancy Damon. vice president; i'aisy pope, KeereLiry: Pnluc Rutcltfr. treasurer; narlholomew. scrBCnnt-nt-ni'im; Mary Jo Ross. committee chairman, and Donna Uohamum. assistant chairman. ClfllMvs were elected M a inccling Thursday night at the V, when Hnilnrn Culllson seived as counselor. Til-Hi-Y meetings will lie held regularly this Summer. Winners Announced In "Y" Tournaments Winners in the Ulylhevillo tournaments were announced Mrs. J. A. Haynes Jr.. und Peggy .June Stalling* will leave toniorrow for a four day tour through Hit O/ark Mountains, and Ihe Wes tern part of Arkansas. Mr. und Mrs. Russell Guinea Id this murniiu: f»r Warm Spring. GIL. where they will visit until Pri day with their daughter. Menu Joy wlui is si patient at the Infanll . I'nrnlysls Foundation in' '. Warr I'ally Springs. Mr. mid Mr.s. J. W. Adams wci lo Memphis Junior Camp Suiida to visit tilth 1 sun. Drnnc, ; wlio spending the Summer there. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Uosco Craflon.ai daughter. Miss Rnmqna Ornfto him- returned from a motor ti lo Washington, D. C., Virgin Bench. Va., and other Eastern j stales. '.Mi:'-, Deity Alkiin; returned S:it- v "day fr.vn ::poirjin(;' n week . in K;r. ST'V.h e.r, guest'of Mr. and Mrs Miri'.ev.' Riedsl and family. I Y Condition ol Miss Miry Morgan. to- -,vhn is in Walls iHnspitnl. Is satis- Soulhcn'i 'hospitality in North* nu-iica. flhat is what Mr. and. ;;.7"i«W," J^ur lound when ll.eyj RevlVO/ Continues It llH-ir Soul'h American home in I fa Baptist Chapel. an Paulo, Ura7.il to visit. Mrs. | abur's brother. Sam Hainra. of teifc, Mo., and sisters, Mrs. Ti. H. lumrn of Carutliei'KVille. Mo., and Mrs. Oi-orge W.rvsad of Oklahoma ;ity. When Mr. and Mrs. .Inbur ar- ivcd In Memphis <i few days a I,nrt r ; crowds have been attending Hie revival 1 which is being held at the Bnp/st Clia|)el on Lilly Street, with the Hev. D. 15. Bled- sutt bringing the messages. Services v.'lll continue eacli evening this i week at 7:30 p.m. NOW at— Liberty Cash G rocery by plane, they found a welcoming j s ,,,, cia i imls jc: this week .will be committee of 50 relatives and : (uinlsh( , c] b y u, c junior Choir un- friuiid-i. At. an cp=n 'house at 'the d( , r tho rt i rcc tlon of Mr. and Mrs. hosna in their honor. carson. The public is invited Help Kltoe distross cf MOrH'.iLV N FEMALE they were erected by more than relative'.) and fi Sends from Oh- !i'<honm. Toiines.see, Kentucky, Missouri. Arkansas and Illinois. During Iheir six-niortUh visit in the .s'.iites. they will be vilest* ol honor :>'. numomi? soci;f. events. Now in .Stecle and Ojruthei-svillc. they (tj all the services, uledsoe announced. the Hev. Mr. lo s;o ilo St. Loute. Chicago, York City and par Is of Okla- ic before returning to Brazil. 'TccedhiB Mr. i'.iui Mrs. Jabur a Max Hutchins Weds Hot Springs Girl G. G. Saliba Honored WitH / A surprise birthday, pirty. was given Thursday night by Mrs. James R. jJifead in honor of her mother Mrj. G. G. Saliba. The affair, glvei at [he Mead, was attended by members of the Royal Neighbors anc the Maple: Qrove Cemetery Asso- clatlon,"logelKer"with a number of oth|et friends of the guest of honor. Brizes in the bingo games played durtrtg the evening were won by 1 Mr's..Harry Ogle, Mrs. John Walker and Mrs. Salibu. R 'feature of the dessert course ser\e*d was a Urge birthday cake inscribed with "Happy Birthday, Mother." Mrs. Mead was assisted in serving by Miss Lucile Buliba, Mrs. Kdygrd Lambert, and Martha Hose Mead. i " William E. Armstrong Mrs. Saliba was presented with. brr.tlK.r-ini-.'vw as best n rfift from fellow members ol the Royal Neighbors, and from the other guesls. .MANILA, July 19- — Announsc- nr*nt Ins b;cn iv.ule ol the wcd- clin? ol 'Miss Mury Wildu Mc- Adsn:; of Hot Springs to Max Edwin 'H'L'.tchlns, sc-n, of Dr. and Mrs. Wiley PIMM more 'litilthms. of •ddin;; whs solemnized j 20 nt the First Methodist •eh in Hot Springs. prop,r;iiii of nuptial tniusie. wan. :;-.tc;i by HlcKm! G. Mori-is, "orpai'ist. and Miss Dora Je.in Lcd^erwocd, vocalist. Mr 1 :. 'HiiUMns ihad :is her .n-a- tron of bcnor, M's. Prnter Mc- Adrhis and Mrs. William E. Ariii- stronc served 'js bridesmaid, Miss F.iril.iu BradU-y of Conway was retary and sponstir of the contests. Hilly Gllbow Is chiiinpion In the junior boys checkers division and Idlly I!o|)iicr iiolds .second place. Junior girls checks winner Is Dorothy Shcphai-ci and second place winner Is Nancy Henley. Combination Chinese checkers contest was won by Jimmy Graves with Nancy Henley winning second place in this division sdso. Mr. GanoU also said that the remainder of the contests will begin tomorrow, willi the winner.?'!" senior checkers and junior and senior ping-pona yet to be selected. Officials expect the lournamcnl lo be completed by Friday. .•' Awards lo first place winners will be enameled Y pins and chenille tellers will be given to second place winners. lactrry. John Tcm Reeder. \vlio w-.i:i i'i:uli: '.ed frcvn Capital Radio .-En- i/iiiL'eriiv; liiKliluta in •W-ishingtoii, n. C.. in May, 'is now located'--jrfith Sf-ilsn KBO'A 'in Keiinsiti'l'Sif'o/" Mi 1 , and i Mr's. Robert 'Ree'der" returned itodny from Sl.'>Lonls"whei 1 ? icy .•-pent "the .weekend oil ijusi- •"s. ' v ,'•' '•';• Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd'Kolvo-ck and Mrs. Kalw.vek's 'futhcr, O. S." Wren i>nd Mis-j Katliryh RobcrlKon left S".tiird:iv fcr 'Uia;on,. Ariz., for »| two weeks visit willi,Mr. jiii'l-'Mts. Wiiltur Evrard slid Mrs. Kolwyok's, sister. Mrs. Basil Daimhter.y. .and Mr. nauahterv and James Vestj Mr. Vest will accamp.iny. ^ tliein hrnic. in Flint, Mich., after visit- Mrs. Emma Poe several days. J. C. Lane has left for Dallas, Manila News Lewey caraway of Washiiip,lon. n. C. and Mrs. j. E Crowe of Elkins, N. C..have returned to Iheir ! respective homes afler visiting with Mrs. Rosa Caraway and Mrs. Eva Teague. A VlcTT- "'heir daughter "MS^ Mr. and Mrs. Waller Ross and K'MVI Jabur" Graduated' from the daughters have returned to their univcrs'!,-,. in Sao Paulo with a home in Flint, Mich., after in forcimi languages, not IB only does llie-clmiiiiliit; dirk-hair- .,,,.,., Miss Jabur i'p;a!c Spanish and Tex., -where he will visit his brolh- Entlish fliientlv. brl tfso French er. Sam Lane. i>nd ltalii>n and •!-•> versed in -Latin. Mrs. James Wright and children •Her fattier -'so speaks different and Mrs. Paul Wright have return- l-ii!'.uawes and is a seasoned trav- eel lo their home tn Tyler. Tex, ele:\ He hns made 'frius to Syria after a visit with relatives here, i'n.i \<"S :•'• r'--. time in ctisincss Mr. and Mrs, Bill Samples and in Australia. Upon his relirraient Mr. and Mrs. James Sample.'! have in South Aniei'icn. lie turned his leiumed to their home in South l;ir-:ine«5 in exportation of coffe 1 ;, Bend. Ind.. after a visit here with rice, "cci-ns and ci.her dry produce .relatives. They were accompanied over to his sons. Another son, who, ),ome by Sanford Samples who recently received a degree in tp-tl- u .ju visit there. ifine. will conic to the United St'Me.s to conLinuo his study in medicine. Are you troubled by distress of lenmle functional porlndic disturbances? Dot's this imikc.' you sutler Iron] putn, feel so ncn-ui:*, tiled— at such times? TJieii uo ti-y I.yilli! K. Plnkhrtni's VL'ueU'lite L'onujovuul lo relieve such syttii>loin^. PlnVJiuni'^ hf.s a Ki^tiKl soothlny effcet (Jli O3J(^ o/ woman's ujo.st ijnjiortunt oryini.v.' •LYDIAE.PINKHftM'SSS Notice'to the Public: |; have moved ray office tot ! Rnthrock Rrusr-storc P Dr. C. E. Wilson \; 82 Members Present for Henderson Reunion | J'* ,lr.. ushers were Prsxlcr Jucloe no!Ian-,| A. Bradley, 'fine bride, who was nivcn CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., 21. •— Eighty-'two nicmbers of the family of Ihc iatu Jchn and Mar- (jiu'dt Ilcnderjon were present for a family-reunion held earlier Ihi: month 'in aienuonville. Mo. Included were Mr. and Mrs. S. AUcrtu'.'i'iy and con Dale, of rutlitrsvillr. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson, migrated from K;iit,ii?ky. where Hie 1 •ivniv horn, reared «nd married, to Tnl^oii 1 . served his! Dimklin Comity in 1889. Of the • -• man au-a nine children born to the union. Mi-Adams «nd lour survive .two sons and two ami m.iny grand and Best Bof for Breakfast Tcp ofl on alt'AmcrUari brcaVfail-of frulT pics, eggt and cotlce wilh l«inprijig, lait> Oo!»;li. Th«y'r« mad* on Hi* ipol by Th« OOWNYFIAKE Donul machin*—(reih-hol — deficiowi — nwtriliouil Gcr jour box lodayt in f.rclt-srandchildreli. ffi'it- 10-n re-union I was the first is p'.Amu-d to irarr!?.Kfi by her brother, Hamilton , J M-A-tui" Jr of CoHinbus. O-. f>f the fan-ilv. and it wore a "wcddinp sown cf brocaded h<fd cue eacli year hcre.-vfler. fatln, .forJiicmcd with deep-neck-] lire, irij-d-mutton sleeved ending cnlla lily roir.'.i over the hand and Cone: bodice outlined with seed es» Copeland Hostess > Members of CBC Club Ambers of the CBC Club were' r ^' v | s ."Kci"fu'.r skirt extended into guests Friday when Mrs. R. . ,. r .i' cc fui train. The double veil Copeland was hostess at her home, pf j|h"ion f ( (i ii'j tun ccronel Another guest other than club ,, e i w ith seed pearls, members was Mrs. Raleigh i Her bridnl tsuouet .v'is an ar- Sylvester. r-<ii'"".i'ent of cardei'.ias and swcct- "' ' " .heart, (rsrdenias in u casacadc At The Hospitals the ro!a- In nn.'l Mi's. Paul Byium won high in the! afternoon .games and Mrs. O. O. - Elkins received second. Rooko weiit< to Mrs. Leon Scherer. Bouquets of mixed Summer flowers; were used for decorations in the', entertaining rooms. The hostess served cocoanut cake and ice cream for refreshments. ! * • * ; i Miss Taylor Married To Brooks Hardy Grimms MEMPHIS, July 21.—Miss Martha Louise Taylor, daughter of Mrs. W. ( K. Taylor, formerly of Dlythe- yillcvwas married to Brooks Hnrdy Grimms, son of Mr. and Mrs. Books Orltrtms of Memphis, on July 12. The Rev. J. O. Caudle officiated ancf'Uhe wedding was solemnized hi Fayettevllle, Ark. Mrs. Grimms attended Blytheville jiigh School before moving to Memphis In January. Mr. Grimms attended Tech High Scl*61 and served in the Naval Air' Corps as a radar technician during the war. He attended college -in Fort Collins, Colo., upon returiiing to civilian life and Is iio» o student at the University of Ar kan6»s, Fayetteville. Mr! and Mrs. Grimms plan to ' tied wil-h white s.itln ;)>o\ver' ton. A reception mony. fcHiwed the cere- Coming Events I'lytlicvillc Hospital Admitted: W. N. Stewart, city. Mrs. Herman Grave.';, city. Mrs. Gilbert Gnliorros.. Dill. Dismissed: James Alvin Slon?, city. i Mrs. Minnie K*lly. city. Mrs. Icon Davis, city 1 Mrs. J. W. Pevkinr, and ! Huffman. I Mrs. Nick Wrichl. Manila. Vlcra Marie Heed, Hayli, Mo. Mrs. O. M. Christian, city. Mrs l.cbutin Tail 1 . Br.rdcHo. Births: Born lo Mr. and Mrs Kooncc. HI. 3. si ; on jvsl Walls ilo-itiil.il baby TUESDAY Methodist Youth Fellowship having party at the church. WEDNESDAY ' Dismissed: Mrs. Cleo Ltingslon cntertainiHE Baby tliclmrd l.^nd, SI. Louis at her home honoring Miss Maudie MO. ModhiEer. bride-elect. 1 p.m. Mrs. fiSpenrer Alexander and her nK'lier, Mrs. Edaar Borum. enterlninin- with bridttc luncheon In Jionor of Miss Frances Little at Borum home. THURSDAY Mrs. J. Parris McCalla and Mrs. Tliad Nicol will be hostesses with Miss G. I. their home in Payetleville. Jolly Eight Club bridge hmchcon at McCilia home to compliment Miss Little Mrs. Richard Prlehard hostess to FRIDAY Mrs. Leon Scherer hostess lo CBC Club. Dessert bridge will tc given ty Mrs. Sinforcl Eoone and MiiS Frances McHancy at the home of. Miss McHancy's parents for Miss Little. Bill Harding, city. Mrs. G. V. Daws. cily. Mrs. Aubrey McCall. city. Verncll Adinis. Mnniin. Hyrd, city Mrs. J. E Ridlev. Manila. Mi-s. Guy Collier and bah", city. Hilly Stewart. HI. 1. 'i'y. Mcthoillst llosiilial. iMrmplii'. nisnii.«ed : Mrs. llunh Chapman, osccola. Richard Davidson. Manila. Mr. and Mrs Warren Davi&ojj and son, W. L. Jr.', relurntd'*•*"- erdry from, Jjiwsbvo. whjf'i •ji'inl. a week VlWi relali'tfs: Mvs. jcvor'i l^odgson^ 'Mrs. ( '•(ins Mcclinser. Miss Maudie Modir.pcr. an-| 'their houseguest. Mi«s '.[--•.cqucline Duihilo - of New Orleans, soont today in Memphis..^ D-ile of iPrentiss, Miss., u student "t University of Mississippi, Oxford, snent the weekend 'here --, (jtiest of 'his uncle, Kendall jlr-rv i^ul Mra. Berry. Saturday niirht. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eerrv. Miss Vein :Gcrxli-ir.'i and. Mr. Dale at- teiuled the MOAT -in Mn-irohis. Mr. i'iid Mrs. F. H. Mo son and son. Cnrv, Ic y.f her with .Iheir, t'-H^DiTucsts, Mr. and Mrs Hamilton of .Belliesdn. Md.. spent in Memphis. E'lmoiid R |B«lotc TMiil weekend in .Memphis with tive.s. Biyont S'.-2ttlirl Jr. and Mifc Pollv F.'.wjrt tire spencUnt! today '" Memphis. Mr. one! Mrs. H, -A. Lynch Iheil son. Ixiuis :Lynch, attended: the weddi'itr of Miss Bell- Branch! In Fetor RMnli.Johnson Jr.. today, ,it iPecan 'Point. Harrv Wecd,:sin and son. Nicky.l left j-Esterclav by -plane for Three. ••T, MiCih.. where tliev willi tl M week with Mr. Wecdman's i brother. Georee Weedman and; iRinily. While t.'.irrc tliev p'.an al'so t:i visit in Detroit. Chic:is;o. alldj r'her poiris of inlcrcsL in Michi- t>.i>n 'and CtM'irta. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. A. P:rtcr re- iiiri^d S.V.urdnv nicht from Win-} A'a,, where Ihcv visited Aitli ( ^^r Porter's inrcnls, Mr. and Mrs. J p. Porter. 1 Mis. P"h-i-t L. Holl and soi\l Gary, and M'..ss 'Biunic Cook fr,,?nl, t">'e '.vrckond in Reetf-r ns piet'.s of Hie R^v. and Mrs. iHnrn-.on Jfolli nn'i familv. ( M-. nnd Mi'-. M. E. Cwk irotor- cd 'iheir di'.ialiter. Mrs. K-' v l Stub-, '.er. to Conway. Friday. Sho has been visiting Ilium for Ihe oast ) two weeks. 'Mr. and Mrs. CJSK ;pei-.'. Ihc weekend before retiirn- nff 'hc,mc. C.ipt .and Mrs. Robert Z. Orime.i You ean swim easier in salt water, hut faster in fresh. scientists say a person's cannot be raised. neiul Courier News Want Ads. MLis Jeanine Wright and Miss Virginia Threlkeld have relurned home after visiting in Louisville, Miss. En route home they visited fn Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. King have left to spend several weeks in Baker, Ore- - - - - - -. Mrs. Vincent Laye and Sammy Moore .are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Moore and children in Han- CHOCOl.ATK DONUTS GLAZED DONUTS COVERED 25 DONUTS PLAIN DONUTS no/. 1)07. 1)07, Do/. 25 C 17 15 Contintinus Shows Every nay Jtox Office Opens 1:45 Show Shirts 2:00 LISTEN TO K'.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 I,ast Time Today NOCTURNE with Ceorsvc Hafl and Lynn 11: I-aramount Nrv.-s Also Slmrts A Short, Short Course in The Courier News PRESENTS "In Pampheet Form" WRITING CHURCH NEWS The Pamphlet Was Written By One of Our Own Editorial Staff BY JAMES L. VEHHOEFF The Panama Canal Is Glasgow, cotlam!, than U Honolulu nearer Is to Social and civic organizations, and school groups should find the .same degree of interest in this booklet that it holds lor church workers, ir it (toes no more than whet the appetite for more news Irom these sources, it will have served well. H can do much more. nn t i baby daughter. Dale Lee, formerly of T>«nV.na Oily. Fla.. have, been pucsts the pnst week of Mrs.] Grimes' parculs. Dr. :>nd Mrs L. II Mcore. CinVMn Grim;, l''ft snurday for CharlolleiVik'.e. Va.. where he will cuter Univei-sity of Virginia and Mrs. Grimes and Dale L?r will join him there later. The Courier News Believes Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showilng Everyday ' Box Office Opens ul 7:03 p.m. Show Starts 1:15 p.m. • Opens Snnrtay 1:58; Starts J:IS Continuous Shows Sat. anil Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes hniiorcd on Sunday »» the Koiy i, your r. T. A., nr your our subscribers a belter (lu> iwmpMet will cn.iblc you .to help your ct chili, iiini :il tlu- same lime enable us ,to newspaper. THK- HOOKI.KT IS YOUKS FOR THK ASKING. .HIST MAIL TIIK COUPON. Read Courier News Want Ads. Tuesday 75c i; Hot Rolls-Butter ":; Hot Sauce ; Barbecued Spare Ribs HOTEL NOBLE COFFEE SHOP This Ixioklet was prepared in response to leaders in churches, and other or- iuuiizalions, and because of Ihe interest of other publishers in a short course In C h u r c h News Writing sponsored in Blytheville lost year by the ministers of the city, Dept. WCN Courier News Blytheville, Ark. Please mail me, without charge, a copy of your booklet "Writing Church News." Name . Stre«t or box City State Last Time Today Two Smart People wilh .lolin IIoilLik anil Lucille IW Fox News * RHcrlrd short Sul'i ccls Tuesday and Wednesday HOUni.F: I KATUHK Sing Your Way Home with Jack Haley anrt Anne Jeffreys

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