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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 20, 1950
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 20, oce Jane Shelton, Society Editor ety r f Phone 4461 HONORED AT L.S.U.—Mrs. E. E Smith, formerly MUs Anne Weedman, daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs. Harry Wecdman of Blythc- vlfle, was awarded the Theta Sigma Phi citation ns the outstanding womnti graduate in the Journalism Department at LonLsimm State University at Baton Rouge, LP- The presentation was made yesterday filong with other awards to outstanding journalism stu- d^Jits, Mrs. Smith, a former mcm- Ijrr of the Blytheville Courier N \vs .staff, was recognized as the outstanding transfer student nt L.S.U last year, given membership In Mortar Board, recognized as an outstanding senior woman, and is editor of the US.U, student paper, "The Reveille." Chapter N of P.E.O. Has Luncheon Meeting A review of Alan Paton's boo rr cry The Beloved Country" wa presented yesterday by Mrs. Joe P Pride. Jr., at the meeting of Chap ter N of the P.E.O. Sisterhood. The luncheon meeting, held the W. L. Homer home on Holl Street with Mrs. Homer and Mr EKoti Klrby as hostesses, «-ns tli final session for the group befor the adjournment for the summe months. Luncheon was served at both th dining table and at smaller table arranged In the living room. Cen le* piece for the table was a lo\ bowl of mixed garden flowers, wit: other vases of blossoms use. throughout the home. Mrs. L. E. Old, president, was i: charge of the brief business sesslo: which preceded the book review b Mrs. Pride. All members of th chapter were present, together wit! two guests, Mrs. Dixie Crawford o Jonesboro, and Mrs. Pride. • • • Mrs. Kirshncr Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests When Mrs. R. F. Klrshner wn. hostess at her home to members o the Thursday Club for lunchcoi and bridge, she also had as lie guests Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, Mrs. R. H klrby, Mrs. Elton W. Kirby, and Mrs. W. B. r.untcr of Long Beach Calif., housegucst of her daughter 1 Mrs. E. B. Gee, and family. A two-course luncheon was served at .small tables, preceding tlv afternoon bridge games. Hiph score prize was won by Mrs. Gee and second high by Mrs. Ross D. Hughes. • * » Contract Club Meets With Mrs. Humphreys Mrs. Jesse Taylor was a guest of Mrs. Henry Humphreys Thursday when she entertained members of the Thursday Contract Club at her Main Street home. Luncheon was served at small tables arranged in the living room, which was decorated with mixed garden flowers. In the bridge games played during the afternoon, high score prize was won by Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and second high by Mrs. R. L. Banister. • • * : Informal Parly at Church Honors Members' Mothers Thirty mothera of norsery anrt cmdle roll department members at th« Flrat Baptist Church were gii of department teachers and officers at an Informal party yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Hays Sullivan, superintendent of the nursery, and Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, superintendent of the cradle roll department, greeted the pi&sts as they entered the recreation rooms through a rose entwined trellis. Party foods were served from a table covered with a white crochet cloth over green, carrying out the green and white color scheme, and centered with pink roses. Graduated candelabra on either side of the centerpiece completed the table arrangements. During the party c. S. White, minister of music and education B.t the church, sang four vocal selections, and was accompanied by Mrs. Whit*. * * * 'May Queen* Recognized At Sunday School Party Mrs- Homer Conncll \vns given the (Hie of "May Queen" as her prize for being the tackiest dressed at a tacky patty conducted last night by members of the Winners Sunday School Class of the Calvary Baptist Chnrch. A total of 24 members met at the church for the regular Imsinefs meeting and social. Bob Coleman presided over the business session, Neal Gnrran gave the devotional and Mrs. J. D. Widner conducted the games. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Herbert Graham, hostess for the event. • * • 44 Children Entertained At Scott Alley Residence Blllic Jean Alley and Gena Galncs. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Alley and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Galnes, were hostess to 44 children .. , •,, at the Alley home last night. i lc conclusion o[ (he bridge games y was conducted in a which high score prize was won Trio, Quartet Entertain At Glee Club Tea Dance The High School Trio nnd Junior High Boys Quartet provided special music for the Blylhevillc High School Glee Cluh Tea Dance held Thursday at the Blytheville Woman's Clut>. The dance honored the 145 mcni- ers of the High School Glee Club nd was given by the mothers of he Olee Club members. The trio Is composed o[ Miss Mary fnrgnrct Auten, Miss Mary Jo "aton, and Miss Vivian Tnylor: nnd he junior quartet is composed of 'ommy Harrison, Johnnie Halscll, Buddy Phillips and Buddy O'Bryant. Special guests were Mr. nnd Mrs. V. B. Nicholson, W. B. Tommey. Vliss Rosa Hardy, Miss Effie Lee Terrell, Mrs. Lucille Manning, Mr. nd Mrs. R. A. Llpscomb, Mr. and Irs. C. M. Smart., and- Mr and Irs. J. Wilson Henry. The Glee Club director. Mrs. Heii- V, and the accompanist, Mrs. Smart, 'ere presented gifts In a take on of le Art Linkletter radio program, 1th Harry Fritzius, Jr., nnd Jimmy :einmi;ier conducting the prcscn- ation. Commit tee chairmen were Mrs. oe Trieschmnn, general chairman; frs. Harry Fritzills, Sr., riecorn- ons ; food, Mrs. Henry Humphreys nd music, Mrs. Earl Buckley. 'irlhclay Dance Given )n Eighteenth Birthday In celebration of his 18th birth- ay, Dan Wallace was host last ight to 20 guest-s nt the home of is parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. H. Wallace, for a dance. The home was decorated with •cpe paper streamers to form a. istive setting for the affair. Vases : rosebuds were arranged through- it the entertaining rooms. The lace covered refreshment tn- e KAS centered with a large birth- iy cake inscribed with the words Happy Birthday Dan." and topped Ith the traditional birthday can- Mrs. Rube Carson Hostess To Kibitzer Club, Guests Three guests Mrs. Denver Wilson of Blytheville Mrs. Boyd White and Mrs. Robert Dycss of Osceola, met with members of the Kibitzer Bridge Club at the home of Mrs. Garth Castllu, Thursday. Mrs. Rube Carson was hostess to the group at her mother's home. niirinp the bridge games which followed a dessert course was served by the hostess. Mrs. Dyess won high, Mrs. Jack Chnmblin, second, and Mrs. Robert McHaney and Mrs White, brldgo. Spring flowers wore used In decorating for the party. Bits of News Mrs. B. W. Caldwcll left Blytheville this week for Chandler. Ariz., where she will join her husband, Sjji. Caldwell. She has spent the last, several weeks here as guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lovell. and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Gladys Kemp. Edward P. Blomeyer of Peoria, III., and San Antonio, Tex.. Is the of his late nephew's wife. Mrs E. F. Blomeyer. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Logan and her mother, Mrs. A. L. Sideboltom, tiave as their guest for several days, Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Lewis and family of Meridian. Miss. Mrs. Logan and Mrs. Lewis are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hubbnrd and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hunlley will return tomorrow from Hot Springs, where they have been vacationing 'Or the pnst tno weeks. Mrs. James c. Guard and two daughters are visiting relatives In Okalona. Miss, Cnpt. Chester Harris of the Marine Corps, stationed at cherry "oirit, N. C., has been the guest for he several ilny.s of his sister, VIr.s. Billy King and faulty. Captain Harris has now gone to Hughes, where he will visit with his parents before returning to his post. Mr. and Mrs. Nobn Wilton will eturn tomorrow to their home In Villlow Springs, Mo., after B visit f several days with Mr. Wilton's ister, Mrs. Wyatt Henley. Mrs. W. A. Sheddrm of Senatobia. tiss., arrived today to spend the •eckend with her. daughter. Mrs. "eorge Hubbnrd. and Mr. Hubbard. Misses Billie Sue and Hazel Wal- are the weekend aunt and les. Refreshments of open face inrtwlches, cake and iced drinks crc served throughout the evening. Guests iiirhidofl tlvo of the host's iiisins. Misses Billie Sue and Hazel 'allace of Osceoln. Chaperones for he evening were Mr. ami Mrs. C. H. Wallace and Mrs. W E Wallace. Mrs. Smith Ls Guest A .t Friday Club Party Mrs. F. Don Smith was a guest with members of the Friday club yesterday when Mrs. Monroe Grain entertained with an afternoon parly at her home. A dessert course was served by * nc party «n,i ^.uiiuuuitu m a i, game room at tiie Alley home, dec- ? y ' , by Mrs. H. A. Porter. orated with balloons and red and white ribbon streamers. During the games Ronnie Horner was awarded a prize. Games and dancing preceded the serving of refreshments by the two young hostesses and their mothers. Also assisting were Bertha Ann Galnes, Bobbie Jo Alley. Bettv and Jimmic Carter. Mrs. Jim stovall and Billy Privett. Mrs. Cain and second high GROVER'S BODY SHOP Clear Lake Avc. S- Clark St. Expert Hody and Tender Repair Highest Quality Auto Painling All Types Radiator Work Hy Hitrhly Skilled Mechanics Every Job Guaranteed Owned & Operated by Grover Canada Phone 6981 nnien flowers were used in the Grain home. ace of Osceola nests of their fr. and Mrs. C. H. Wallace, and Ilss Betty Wade. Mrs. John W. Oven of Moscow, 'enn.. is spending several days here s of her brother, J. D Smith nd Mrs. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham ill h_ive as their weekend guesU Irs—Cunningham's three sisters, Irs W T. MOITOW of Kinpsport, "enn., Mrs. J. B. Cooper of Hum- »!dt, Term., and Mrs. Mary Lanrti.s f Ashville, N.C. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan J. Hall of lolcomb. Mo., announce the birth f a son Thursday at their home. 'he baby, their first child, has been lamed Bryan, Jr. Mrs. Hall is the ormer Mls/i Mary Lois Pllppen, iece of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Smith, •1th whom she formerly made her returned home after a visit in home. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Forrest have Memphis with their son. Wilson Forrest and Mr. Forrest, and In Dyersburg. Tenn.. where they visited Mrs. Forrest's brother, Avibrcy Himgerford. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hamilton Talbott of Bethesda, Md., will arrive tomorrow for a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Emma N'olen. and her sister, Mrs. E. R. Ma.son. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Talholt are en route home after a vacation spent in Florida and points of Interest along the Gulf Coast. Mrs. J. J. Japgers. her daughter. Miss Bcautonne Jaggers, and son. A. B. Jaggcrs, are spending today In Memphis. Mrs. Vests M. Shcllfln has re- lurnpri to her home in Jrmesboro after B week's visit here as guest of her son. Sanford Shelton and family, she was accompanied home by her grandson. Richard Shelton. *hc will spend several days with her. Mrs. Aubrey Conway and her nicice Mrs Gootrey White of Os- I arc In Nashville to attend; the May Festivities at Ward-Bel- ; mont College, where the toiler's | j FliATKRNITY I.KADKK -Bobby Geiie Damon, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Earl Damon of 221 West Kentucky Street, has been elected vice president ot the Sigma Pi fraternity at Arkansas State College nl Jonesboro. where he Ls a slJdcnt. ASC Graduates Five From Area Five students from Mississippi Con- ty and adjoining areas in Southeast Missouri are to be among the graduates at the Arkansas State College May 26. Activities for the 132 graduates will begin tomorrow with the baccalaureate sermon at Wilson Hall Auditorium on the campus at Jonesboro. The students from Mississippi County Include two Blytheville br-ys. Thomas R. Sylvester and John Bruce Wilson, one from Dyess. Harry Darby. Mr. Sylvester is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester Mr. Wilson is the son of Mrs. B B' Wilson; and Mr. Darby Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Darby. The Southeast Missouri graduates are Stella Ann Magers of Caruthersville. Mo., and Joseph D. Enson, son of Mrs. Noba Eason o( Cooler' Mo. ' Church Class Has Picnic Supper Member.'! of the Business Girls Sunday School class of the First Baptist Church were entertained Thursday night with a picnic supper at the home of Miss wilnia Douglas. . Miss Beaiitonne Jaggers was co- ] went, to Donald Watson and Fran- Twelve Osceola Seniors Honored; Dr. Jones Speaks at Graduation Dr, Lewis Webster Jone.s, dent of the University of Arkansas at rayetUvlIle, spoke to the 31 graduates of the Osceol* High School last night at (he commencement program, and emphasized [he need of a philosophy In life through which education could ninke human beings out of people rather than technical experts. Dr. Jones, speaking to a capacity crowd at the High School Auditorium in Osceola, pointed out that those are times when people must have a strong belief in something other than man. Thompson Trophy Given Dr. Jones' address and the pre.s dilation of awards to outstanding students were the highlights of the commencement exercises. Included among the awards was presenta lion of the Ewcll N. Thompson Memorial Award to Betty Nell Bob bln.s, also named co-valedtctorlan. The trophy will have the names of selected as outstanding In athletics inscribed upon it, and It will remain at the .school. Miss Robbins' name is the first to be Inscribed on the trophy, which memorializes Mr. Thom|jsoii. an assistant coach killed last fall in an automobile accident. The trophy wa-s presented by tiie "O" club. Peggy Jue shared valedictory honors with Miss Robbins, and Frances King wa.s salutatorlan. Wade Hart was. also recognized for Ills scholar- Watson was given the citizenship award as the best boy citizen in the senior cla=s and Mi's Robbins won a similar award for the outstanding girl. Hal Perry, a trumpet player in the Osceola High School Band, was the winner of the band award going to the outstanding senior; and Patsy Cone, ft junior, won the awrd for the outstanding band member amnns the underclassmen. Home Fc Award Glvtn Kate Thompson was presented the home economics award which goes to an outstanding home economics .student, planning to continue study in that line. Miss Uob- bins wns awarded the science award for outstanding work. The school awards two medals for outstanding contributions to the athletic program in addition to the memorial trophy. Jimmy Siia- neyfelt. who lettered four years in football, basketb?!! and track, received the award for boys, and Betty Jo Fielder, a guard on the basketball team, received the award for the ?irls. The "1 Dare You" awards, a copy of Ralston'.s book, "I Dare You.' Ten members of the class attcnd- :d. Including the teacher, Mrs Alvin Huffman, Jr. daughter. Miss Ann Conway, White s a student- Mr, and Mrs. Wallace Ho'ke and amily have moved into their new lome on Street, which 'has rtst been completed. Mrs. Thomas Cromcr of El P.IMO Texas, formerly of Blytheville, who r. visiting In Jonestxiro as guest of icr parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. o. Illcrry. spent yesterday,in Blythe- vllie with Mr. and Mrs. Sanford ihelton and family. ; Condition of Mrs. B.<R. Hays of 512 Walnut, who underwent a ma- or operation Wednesday nt Memphis Baptist Hospital. (Is improved Mr. Hays is with her.'but her sis- er. Mrs. T. J. Gavin, has returned tome. • David Moore, a student at Ark- nwis State Teachers College In 'onway. is spending; the weekend lere as guest of his mother. Mrs. >J. M. Moore and family. Mr. Moore las just been elected historian of ils fraternity, Phi Alpha Zela. Out-of-town people here yesterday for funeral services for Rives ". Allen Included Mrs. Allen's sis- er. Mrs. Raymond Fowler or St. xiuis. Mo.; Mrs. Anna Duval and \frs. Gertrude Womack, both of Equality, Mr. and Mrs. reck Hayden of Carnthersvillc, Mo.- Mr and Mrs. jlmmie Allen of Jonesboro; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gillian of New Orleans, cousins of Mr Allen; Miss Doris Phillips, Tommy Broomfleld, Mr. and Mrs. John Rler and Mr. and Mrs. Ed E. Hardtn. all of Memphis; Lester Hale of Wilson, a student at Vsn- derbllt University. Nashville; Jack Elliott, a .student at Arkansas Tech Russellvillc; Miss Gay Garrigan'. student at Lindenwood College. St. Charles. Mo.; and Marion Randolph Smith, who is attending Arkansas State College in joncsboro. ces King. A $200 scholarship, provided Jointly by Arkansas State College at Jonesboro and C. C. Sneck and sons of the Osreola Electric Comnany. went to J. E. Jacks, with Patsy Ann Dunn named alternate recipient. This scholarship winner wns seier-t- ed by the cla?s members from the 10 students ranking highest scholastically. Wins D.A.R. Award The D.A.R. award, recopnjz'ne; citizenship, wns presented by Mrs. Madeline Campbell to Miss Robbins. A $150 scholarship to a promising student went to Nancy Driver and was presented bv Mrs. Jettie Driver. The scholarship is provided by (he P.E.O. sisterhood at Osceola. Classes at Osceola will not be dismissed until May 26. and n class trln to New Orleans for the seniors will conclude the graduation activities. The trip will beirln on May ?8. They will remain in New Orleans for several days Mr. and Mrs. Ferbert Smith, and Omar Stevens, high school principal, will accompany the group. Mr. Smith Is grade school principal. The graduating class was composed of 17 boys and 14 girls, and 10 of the group plan to continue education at college or universities. C. Franklin Sanders, superintendent of Osceola schools, presented all awards, except the P.E.O- Scholarship and the D.A.R. Cltizerwhtp award. W. J. Good, manager of the University News Bureau, accompanied Dr. Jones to Osceola. At Tnr Hos- :> Walls Hospital Stnnfleld and baby. Dismissed: Mrs. F. F. city Blytheville Hospital DLs [iiissed: W. u Bowen. Deli Evelyn Cole, City I NEW STORE HOURS 1 m. • . m m »••»:-! i BEGINNING MONDAY, MAY 22 • Daily 8 A.M. lo S P.M. • Saturdays Open from 8:00 • Sundays Open from 9:00 (or slightly earlier) A.M. to 10:00 P.M. A.M. to 6:00 P.M. m II m m DRUG STORES ,,, KIRBY CHURCH OF CHRIST Main af Highway 61 Daily Radio Program • KLCN 12:15 (o 12:30 Weekly Sunday 8:30 (o 9:00 A.M. BIBLE CLASSES FOR ALL Sunday 9:50 H F. SHARP • Evangelist SERMONS: Sunday Morning: "Marks of a Christian." Sunday Evening: "Meditations in Hebrews." Where Christ an d Christian! Me«t CHURCH OF CHRIST peforated pattern for sizes 34, 36 38. 40, 42. 44. 48, 48. 50 and 52 Size 36, iii yards of 35-Inch. Don't miss the Spring and Sumner FASHION. This latest issue is colorful, Informative, — a complete lattern magazine. Fabric news, fa- ihion tips, a wealth of smart frocks '.o sew for summer are all included. :5 cents. For this pattern, send 25 cents, n COINS, your name, address size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 130 South Wells Street. Chicago 7, Send 25 cents now for the Sprin" nnd Summer FASHION. 48 pages of new styles, fabric news, special fea- ures. Free pattern printed inside he book. IN LARGER SIZES By Sue Burnett Tailored the way you like It—an attractive two piece frock for the woman of slightly heavier figure with soft gathers on the shoulders a neat belt and the always-popular ;ored skirt. Pattern No. 8102 Is a sew-rite : amily Doctors Are Still on Top CHICAGO. May 30. W) Family octors still outnumber the medical pecfalists in this country nearly wo to one. Tris Ls shown in the American ledical Association's new American Medical Directory. It lists 72,550 physicians In ge n- ral practice; 22, 976 in general wactice but giving some attention o a speciality, 64,891 limiting their iractlce to a speciality; 12.535 in ederal government service; 9,700 etired or in fields not related to icdicine; 3,737 in administrative ditorml or other executive posi- Jons related to medicine, and 24 87 interns, resident physicians or ull time physicians in hospitals. CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS Jiy Joan Douglass — Phone 389-J Beta SI&m» Clil Has Meeting Beta Sigma Chi sorority was entertained last Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. BUI Ross. Mrs. Norma Schreapple served as co- iiostess. Fourteen attended. New officers were elected and Installed as follows: president, Mrs. D. J. Meredith, Jr.; vice president. Mrs. Cnrl Williams; recording secretary, Mrs. Editli Taylor; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Hill Rhodes, and treasurer, Mrs. Joe Tipton. The installation service was conducted by .Miss Gloria Atlender. The next meeting Is to be May n. American Legion Auxiliary Meets The Caruthersville Chapter ot the Cominq Events Social Calendar Monday First Baptist Church W. M. U. has circle meetings at 2-.30 p.m. Circle One, Mrs. Joe Wnddy; Circle Two, Mrs. C. S. Lemons; Circle Three, Mrs. Harold Davis; Circle Four, Mrs. R. W. Woolen; Circle Five, Mrs. C, E. Edds; and Circle Six, Mrs. Elgie Brown. , Executive Council of the Women's Council ot the First Christian Church meets at 2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. R. M Beck. G. E. O. Bridge Club meets at the home of Mrs. Ray Whittington, 7:30 p.m. T. L. E. Club meets at home of Mrs. Jerry Scrape. Calvary G. A. meets at home of Lu!a Belle Gentry at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday La Nneve meets at the home of Mrs. Mcivm Kalsell at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Club meets at the home of Mrs. Doyle Henderson, 2:30 p.m. Epslion Sigma Alpha sorority meets at the home of Mrs. Ralph Wafler, 8 p.m. American Legion Auxiliarfy meets at the hut at 7:30 p.m. • Senior Class Night Activities nt 3 p.m. Wednesday High Two meets nt home of Mrs. Fred Steadman. Alpha Beta Bunco meets with Mrs. M. C. Klcne. Thursday Junior High Commencement Exercises at 3:30 p.m. at the High School Gymnasium. Mrs. Grover Wren of Osceola will entertain Thursday Rook Club with 1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. F. E. Scott will entertain the Double Four Bridge Club. Mrs. Marvin Nimn will entertain Octette Club. Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs. W. L. Horner. 20th Century Club meets at Hut, 8:30 p.m. Hosts and hostesses will be: Mr. and Mrs. utho Barnes. Mr and Mrs. Dick J. White, Mr. and Mrs. Blan Heath, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Freeman nnd Mr., and Mrs. Leonard Oldham. Thursday Contract Club will meet with Mrs. F. B. Joyner. Mrs. J. A. Leech will entertain Thursday Club. Did You Hear? of the Crops Ruined by Hailstorm near Hollaiul, Mo. Rny Hailstorm Insurance Now—Before it's fuu late United Ins. Agency All Forms tif Insurance 1st & Main—Rear City Tlrii When You Want Your Clothes To Look Their Best — Call BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Anhydrous Ammonia Fertilizer Custom Application Chas. Brogdon Phones 6847 — 6284 V, Mile South on Highway 61 American Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Naomi Morgan near hers. Twclcve members and one guest] Mrs. Mary Lee Dycus were present! The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. Truma Sutumerj, and the group repeated, in unljonl the club preamble and the pledg* to the American flag. The chaplain Mrs. Ada Martin, led the member* In prayer. In a business meeting the groui voted to donate to the cancer drlvt Tiie membership committee ri- ported a total of 51 members, it was decided to have a bingo party May 19 at the home of Mrs. Malloure. Mrs. May King won a drawing prize. The next meeting will b< held In June at the home of Mrs. J. E. Green. Moon News Mrs. E. B. Walker, of Fair Dealing, Mo., visited Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot and family over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Mitchell are visiting In Hot Springs with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Roland. Mrs. B. F. Gay has returned from a two-week visit in St. Petersburg, Fin. she was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Jerry white, who will be here for two months. Miss Erline Richardson and Mrs M. F. Birchett are visiting In st Louis. Mrs. John Buck, of Poplar BlufT Mo., is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Garrigan visited in Union City, Tcnn, over the weekend. -«i The Rev. T. J. Richardson tsj^ ported to be In a satisfactory condition. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Tweedle wera in Memphis last Sunday to visit Cletus Underwood, brother ol Mrs Tweedle, who is a patient In BapJ list Memorial Hospital. He is reported to be ill a critical condition. Mrs. John H. Hannon. Miss Mary Liglitfoot and Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot spent last Sunday afternoon in Luxora. Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts at 2:00 P.M. Cont. Showing Every Dapi. Saturday GUY MADISON RORY CALM Serial: "Pony KjvpreH" No. 4 and cartoon. Conf. Showing Sat. 1Z:30-1I ; 39 Sunday & Monday NKH-IIIOKM Paramount News »nd Selected Shnrli Cont. Showing Sun. GEM AIR COOLED Saturday Serial: " Kingdom" N'o. 4 and Crirloon Cont. Showing Sat. 12:30-11:JO Sunday & Monday 4 —DOUBLE FEATURE— 'Captain China' with John Payne Gnil Russell Metro News Coill. Shcraln* Sun. 1.'.TO.11.'00 •*•—

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