The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 7, 1940
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BLTTHBVILLB (ARE.) COURIER NEWg -, Social Calendar „ MONDAY'S EVENTS Circle One, Wdmtn's Auxiliary, FJrst Presbyterian church, meetiiig 2:30 o'clock wi£B Mrs. Rbs« Stevens; j Circle 4 Two, Mrs. H. H. Houchins; ] Circle Three, Mrsr_J. Nick Thomas; Circle Four, Mrs. B." J. Allen at 8:00 o'clock. Woman's Council, First Christian church, meeting 2:00 o'clock with Mrs..George W. Barham. • Circle Ofie, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Roy Head; Circle Two, Mrs. Howard Frtsby; Circle Three, Mrs, J. J. Cookston; Circle Four; Mrs. Shelburne Brewer; Circle Five, Mrs. E. B., Woodson; Circle Six, Mrs. W. W. Watson. Woman's JEibciety of Christian Service, First Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock. Miss Sara Jo Little eritertaining Delta: 6elta Delta: cTuF. Woman's Auxiliary, St. Stephen's Episcopal church, meeting with Miss lone George, 2:30 o'clock. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Order of Eastern Star having stated meeting, 7:30 o'clock; a£ HalL -^Mrs: G. G. Caudili and Miss Cordelia W11 h i t e entertaining Charlevolx chapter, Daughters of American Re'voliitioh, 1:00 o'clock at Hotel Noble. * Double G^club meecing with Mrs. J. Ferris McCalla. Mrs. William Corder having Duo- Quad Bridge club. Mrs. James V. pates entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. W. D. Ch'amblin. Mrs. Riley B. . Jones having Tuesday club. Mrs. L. S. Benish entertaining Friday Contract club. "~ WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS ^Junior-Senior , Parent Teacher association meeting 3:15 o'clock at school preceded by executive board meeting. Mrs. Clarence E, White entertaining Wednesday Bunco club. ADC Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Tommy Tipton. t Mrs. James B. Clark' having Town and Country club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. John Burnett entertaining V. M. B. club. -" ,Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Thursday Afternoon - club meeting with Mrs. Eddie Regenold. IMrs. G. W. _Afflick having Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Dessert club meeting , with Mrs. O. P. Barber. , Miss Jarie Me Adams entertaining ( Ce^ r Que Bridge club. ; i Mrs. O! W. "Mcputchen ' liaVhig* •Thursday Contract club, FRIDAY'S EVENTS .Mrs. Paul Kimbrough entertaining C. B. C. club. -hood In Flower ASSEMBLE OF GOD CHURCH Seventh and Astr streets S. A. Merrill, astor 8:HO a. in. Radio program. 9:45 a, in. Sunday school. John Davis, superintendent. 11:00 a. in. Morning worship. ii:OQ a. m. Children's church. 7:45 p. rri. Evarigeitstk? service. Tuesday, 7:45 o'clock, Young People's meeting. Friday. 7:45 o'clock, Young People's meeting. Friday, 7:45 o'clock. '. Bibie study. The public is cordially invited to these services. ; PILGRIM' TABERNACLE i 110 Cherry street j 8:45 a. rri. Siinday school. Mrs. t O. W. Doss, superintendent.. • 11:00 a. rri. Worship service. ,. ., . . , ! 7 - 3 <> P- ni- Evangelistic service. U the girt friend blossoms out with a hnt that looks like a wig made I "7:30 p. riii. Wednesday, prayer of violets, like the one above, don't phone the emergency ward J use • £ ^ vics - MrS; Owen °' oss wiirbe in look nonchalant, and act as if you knew ail along that it's the latest j style in chic evening hate. At least that's what New York milliner Lily Dache, who created it, says it is. CHURCH NEWS CHURCH OF CHRIST W. Main and Highway- 61 Dcnloti M. Neal, Evangelist Lord's Day services: Preaching, 11:00 a. m. Communion, 11:50 a.-m. .Young People's Bible class. 7:15 p. in. Preaching, 8:00 p. m, Mid-week services: Wednesday 8:00 p. m. Bible study and song practice. Thursday, 3:00 p. m. Ladies' Bible class. Radio .services, KLGN, daily (except Sunday) 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock. Sunday, 2:30 to 3:i5 o'clock. You are^ invited to each of our services. You will find a hearty welcome with us. Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, and Christian Science Societies on Sunday, Dec". 8. The Golden Te*t is "Every house is builded by some man; but he that built all things Is God." Hebrews 3:4 Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "O Lord, how manifold are thy works! in wisdom hast thou made them all: the earth is full O f thy -riches." Psalms 104:24 The Lesson -Sermon also includes the following passages from the Christian .Science textbook, "'Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: "The great I AM made all 'that was made.' Hence man and the spiritual universe coexist with God." p. 267 1AJXORA BAPTIST CHURCH Ralph L. uouglas, jfastor 10:00 a.m. Sunday .school. Mrs. S. J. Smith, superintendent. 11:00 a. m. Worship service. Sermon by pastor. "Working Together With Christ." (Text I Cor. 3:9 and 9:7). 6:CO p. m. Training Union. Mr.s. Minnie • Berry, director. 7:00 p.- m. Worship service. Sermon by pastor. "The Growth of the Kingdom." Text 4 Matt. 13:31, 32. Remember that Dec. 15 has been .set apart for Loyalty Day. Let us all be not only loyal to the church but- loyal to God and His program. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1940 Pork Shoulder Is Excellent Source Of Steaks, Roasts ' <They say * e ~ re nasized the approaching holiday. Sandwiche's and coffee were served. High score prize went to Mrs. Von C. Mullins and second high to Mr.s. Reece Moore. : * • ' • <• * Farmer- Rogers Rites Are Announced Today. The marriage of Miss Roberta Rogers, daughter of Dr. Rogers, of Luxora. arid W. C. "Bud" Farmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. 'Farmer t was announced today. The wedding was solemnized Thursday night at Caruthersville at the home of Magistrate John Scott. ' ( ' * * * Club Meets At Rustic Bits of News Mostly Personal* Billy D. Simrrtoris. son of Mrs. CHURCH OF fiiE NAZARENE Fletcher Spruce, Pastor , Sunday School opening exercises, 9:45 a.- m. , . : Special music and singing, 10:45 a. m. . j Morning sermon, by the pastor; 11 a. m. Topic "Why I Believe The Bible." Juniors' meeting. 3:00 p. m. N. Y. P. S. meeting:, 6:45 p. ni: Evangelistic serhion by the pas- 1 '. 7:30 p. m. TEMPLE ISRAEL Herman Pollack, rabbi 1:30 p.fn. Sunday school classes will meet. The Ghanuko program, will be rehearsed. 3 p.m. Services will hot be held this Sunday in order to make attendance at the Arkansas Jewish Assembly Contention in Pine Bluff possible. Mary Ethel Simmons, underwent! Monday. Christmas Program} a minor operation at Blytheville''practice, 7:30 p.'rri. hospital today, ] Wednesday, Mid-Week ' prayer, Mrs. Earl Kooritz of Pulton. Mo.,'meeting, 7:30 p. m. ill fl riMVtt f V^ to n.'f t*t~*i «.*.i_ ' 1»_~ ' ." T*Vii t**V>sJX..~ rW^.»£ will arrive this afternoon' for a visit with her mother, Mrs. E. M.' Bryan, and sister, Miss Ellen JEJry^. an. r Thursday, Prayer and Fasting, 12:30 p.,m. . . ' ,,, H Thursday,-. .W. M. S. . meeting^ 1:30 p. m. Benefit Party. Given Friday at Woman's Club. Seventy two people attended the benefit bridge party 'given Friday ?flernoorj at the Woman's club under the auspices of the Music department of the club. Proceeds from the affair are to be -used to buy a new piano for the club house. Grand prizes in bridge went to Mrs.vH. G. Partlow. who received a serving tray for high score, Mrs. L. S. Benish who was presented a bath set for second high, and) Mrs. B. F. Potter, who received ash trays for low. Mrs. George W. Earham was given a leather cook bcok for having high score at the rook table. For table prizes, wrought iron fiqwer holders were given." The club house was elaborately decorated for! the holidays with silver bells hanging from the chandeliers and tapers on the piano and at the entrance. The mantel was banked wltK white branches interspersed with blue bells. Cake topped with whipped cream and garnished to resemble holly and fM berfip's was .served with coffee. * 4- * Has Private Party at Woman's Club Benefit- Mrs. J, G, Ellis was hosier 16 2* _guests lor. a private party at the Woman's club benefit Friday afternoon at the clubhouse. ^ Miss Nettie Shelton. of New York City, houseguest of Mrs. J. W. Parker, was an out of town guest for the affair. . Eeccrations for the party v;ere Jn keeping with the Christmas scheme of the club benefit Mrs. Ed Williams, high scorer, was presented a crystal console set. Second high score, a pair of white vases went to Mrs. Gor-i oirwy Pdetz and Mrs B. F. Potter! received a cMristrnas centerpiecs for low score. Mis. LaG'ronnc Whittle enter- 1 , W * A " Marks of Bockmart, Ga.. Thursday, Y.. W. M. S. meeting, tained members of the Y M B ' was injured in an automobile 17:30 p. m. .club and two guests .Mrs Syd acclclent Nov - 25 was readmitted) Friday. Cottage Prayer meeting Jones: and Mrs. Hartley Wes L ? Iythevill? nos Pital totiay for p30 p. m. with a party at. the -Rustic Inn treatment - H e had hen ritaiinm-M-! These serv Thursday afternoon. Prizes went t,p Mrs. Carl Mar"hail for high, Mrs. /Frank Meyers for low. Mrs. Marshall BJackard for bunco and Mrs. Jones for guest. Pie and coffee were served at Die conclusion of the games. + + « Has Bridge Party. Twelve guests were entertained at a bridge party Friday night at the home of Mrs. Hermon Canton. Tallies and table decorations Elect Officers. James Terry •was elected president oT the Cotillion club at a meeting Friday 'night at the American Legion Hut. Ke succeeds William Lawshe. Cther officers chosen were* Mrs James Hur»t of Manila, vice president; Mrs. Dixie Crawford, secretary: J. Fan-is McCalla, treasurer Plans for the Christmas dance to be given by this club are still indefinite, but the date for the affair will be announced soon. * * * C.^B. C. Club Meets. - Members of the C. B. C. club and threr •guests were entertained atrthe home of Mrs. Tera Turner Friday afternoon. The 'guests were Mrs. Fred Bean, Mrs: Grace Richards and Mrs, O.'O.' Elkins. " ons -e'm- were in the Christmas motif as was the dessert plate served at tfie 'Christmas motif as was the r'.essm plate served at thn conclusion of the games. Mixed bouquets of flowers were used. High score prize went, to Miss Vlrlgnia Little and second high to Miss Elizabeth Ann Wilson. ? •» « , Clcse Week of Prayer. Week of prayer for foreign missions was closed Friday afternoon with services at the meeting of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Bsptisl church. Mrs. H. H. Brooks was leader for the day. The theme was "Tidings of Peace Through. Precept, Practice and Example." Group singing and Christmas music play?d by Mr.s. J. Mell Brooks Jr., interspersed the prayers. Prayers for Br»zil, Uruguay. Argentina. Chili. Mexico. Japan. China. Palestine 'and Eyria. Europe and Nigeria were offered by Mr.s. Tom W. Jackson. Mrs. C. E.' John- scn. Mrs. Alfred M. Carpenter, Mrs. . G. J. Walker. Mrs. S. M. Hcod. Mrs. R. L. Reeder. Mrs. John Williams. Mrs. John Buchanan. Mr.s. M. C. Outlaw. Mrs. W. j. Rodgers. ATrs. Walter Bishop gave the devotional and special prayers were also offared by Nat Brittain and the Rev. Alfred Carpenter. Mrs. Bvooks and Mrs. Harry Friizius Blytheviile, Osceola To Have Episcopal Services The Rev. c. c. Burke, of Marianna. who formerly conducted monthly services at, St. Stephen's, Episcopal church in this city and Calvary Episcopal church of'osce- ola. will return to these 'two churches for services Sunday and Monday. He will conduct Holy Communion service here Sunday morninq at 11 o'clock. There will be two services in Osceola. an everrin°- prayer service at 7:30 o'clock Sun- daj' night and Holy Communion •Monday -morhing- at 9:00' o'clock- had ben ,„,.„„ ing at the home of W. H. Garner of Armor el for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Barham and daughter. Wanda Leah, and Mrs, M. T. Moon are spending today in Memphis. . . Mrs. T. H. Plemmcns of Charlotte, N. C..'has returned home after a visit with her daughter, Mrs; C. W. Affllck, and family. Mrs. John Ed James and Mrs. Eugene still, -of Plymouth, N. C, houseguest of her mother. Mrs. G. S. Stevens, spent Friday in Memphis. Mrs. Tom A. Little and daughter. Miss Frances Little, Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. p. Martin, and Miss Mauri ne Branson will spend this afternoon in Memphis. Miss Nannie Clarke. Smith is spending the week end in Memphis and Wheatley. Mrs. C. 5. Stevens has retflrn- ed from Osceola where she visited her daughter. Mrs. L. C. B. Young, I'.nd family Friday. Yarbro School Has 12 Students On Honor Roll Twelve .students were named on the honor roll of the Yarbro school this month. Names of the students and the grades they arc in are as follows eradr Frank Maxwell. These services arc for your spiritual, benefit. Come and worship with us. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 10:00 a. m. Sunday school. ll-.CO a. m. Holy Corhnuihion' conducted by the Rev. c. C. Burke' of Marianna. CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH OSCEOLA ; Sunday. 7:30 p. m.. Evening' prayer service conducted by the Rev. C. C. Burke of Marianna. Monday, 9:00 a. m.. Holy communion service conducted by the Rev. Mr. Burke. Bo'oby Forrest, Barbara Ann Johnson: .second grade—CarIton -Sheppard: Ihird grade--Patty Mullins, Bud Abbott,, Ruth , Krecii. Rase Emma Parrish; .seventh" grade- Betty Lois Defoor; truth grade- Gwendolyn Orr. Dorothy Parrish KcHey Hole. Honorable mention went to Edna Ruth Freeman of the third grade Audra Nell Walton and Doris Abbott of thr. fifth grade, and Louise Mulling and Mona Nell Taylor of the eighth grarir. Singing Convention To THE frULl, GOSi'KI, TABERNACLE Lilly and Vine streets Clifford thicker, pastor Sunday schol, 9:45 a. in. Roy Hanciley. superintendent. Morhing worship', 11:00 a. m. P. Y. P. A.. 6:30 p. in. Lester Gray, superintendent. Evangelistic service. 7:30 o'clock. P. Y. P. A.. Tuesday night. 7:30 o'clock. Prayer meeting. Friday night 7:30 o'clock. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH .fames A. Ovcrholscr. niintstcr Church school. 9:45 a.m. Morning worship it a.m. In observance of Universal Bible Sunday, the theme, ' J The Mesvsage of the Bible for a Worfd at War." Young People's meeting 6:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. "The Lord's Favorites." Midweek prayer service Wednesday 7:30 p\m. •Choir practice Wednesday 8:15 p.m. You arn given a most, cordial welcome to attend the services and share in trie fellowship arid working program of this church. Make the Sabbath a day of worship. CHR!STtAN f SCIENCE SERVICES "God the Only Cause and Crea' tor" is the subject of the Lesson- FIRST METHODIST CHUIICII E. B. Williams, pastor 9:45 a.rri. Church school. S. K. Garrett. .superintendent. Join with your friends in this hour of fellowship and instruction. 10:55 a.m. Morning worship. Sermon—" Are' Convictions Necessary?" by the pastor. 6:45 pjri. Young Peoples' services. A good worship program and plenty of fellowship. Invite your friends. 7:30 p.m. Evening worship. The -Hi"ior Hieh School chorus consisting of 70 children accompanied by Ann Deen and under the direction of Miss Mary Emma Hood will furnish special music for this service. The evening message will be delivered by the pastor. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut at Eighth Alfred Carpenter, pastor 9:30 a.m. Bible school. 10:40 a.m. Worship service. "Bond Burning Service." Special music. Sermon—"The Glory of Going On". Service broadcast over KLCN. .6:30 p.m. Training Union. 7:30 p.m. Evening preaching- sor- •vice. Sermon — "Minimum arid Christ's Return." .'.. Pork shoulder steaks arc economical and delicious. BY MRS. GAYNOR MADDOX Mi A Service Staff Writer Pork shoulder supplies excellent- roasts and steaks for the limited budget. The full fresh shoulder comprises the picnic shoulder, Boston butt and shank, each of which may be roasted or cut into steaks. Picnic shoulder is sold fresh as steaks, or with the shank and skin removed as a fresh roast. Picnic shoulder is also sold cured, or boned and rolled as a cured shoulder for baking'. The Boston butt differs slightly and is' sold fresh as a roast, or steaks. The cured Boston butt is boneless and sold as 'cottage roll. Smoked Boston butt also makes a delicious roast. The shank is usually included with the purchase of a full fresh shoulder but may be BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street 9:30^ a.m. Bible school. PILGRIM. LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets II. J. Kieindieiist, pastor , Divine worship 10 a.m. Sermon theme: "Let the Words of Christ Dwell in You Richly." •, session 11 a.m. The Lutheran Hour; Hear Dr. Maier each Sunday at 12:30 over jWMPS and. over KLCN at 3:30 p.m. Sunday school teachers meet Monday 6:45 p.m. A cordial welcome to all. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth Geo. W. Patterson, minister 9:45 a. m.. Bible .school, Russell Barham. .superintendent. 11:00 a. m.. worship, communion and preaching. "What Have People Seen in Your House?" will be the sermon theme. 7:30 p. in., worship and preaching. "Thy Kingdom Come" will be the sermon theme. We most- cordially invite the public. Strangers in our city especially invited. We'll try to 'make yon glad you c»mr our way. At The Hospitals Thc Northeast Arkansas Singing) convention will be at the Dell Baptist church Sunday afternoon at one o'clock. Everybody is cordially invited to attend, Ray Morgan: president. stated in making the announcement. COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES Call 16 DELTA OFFICE SUPPLY STOKh R.R. and Ash - Sts. EVKRY SAT. NIGHT BLUE ROOM HOTEL NOBLE BONNIE-BUTTER STEAK SANDWICHES SERVED Hospital Billy D. Simmons, city, admitted. •Mrs. T. F. Dean. city, admitted-. Mr.s. J. p. Friend, city, admitted. Miss Albertn uvackin. city, rul- mitted. Walls Hnspil:il Hersehei Edward Coulcy. city. admitted. . Waymon Webb. Cooler, admitted. Mrs. A. S. Ospn. city, dismissed. Frances Wynruo Perrcll. Steele. dismissed. Marie Iglrhan. Dell, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Howard Black. Ktowah. admitted. PALACE CAFE Sunday Dinner B. & P. W. Clubs To Have Christmas Party Annual Christmas party of- the Business and Professional Woman's ,club will be given Monday night by Mrs. F. E. Fox and Mrs. J. L. " ~"->T n (• HTQ. T^lS" Vtnrv^o 1309 West Ash street, at 7:00 o'clock. The affair will be a Good will party and Star Banquet, Dell News Has Birthday Pa«-iv' Mrs. C. A. Smith entertained with a birthday party at her aome Wednesday afternon for her daughter. Donna:,'Gail., .who celebrated her first birthday. After Donna had been presented her gifts, pictures were made. The birthday cake was in pink and white and was served with a salad plate. Miniature Santa Claus figures were given for favors. bought separately, both fresh and cured, for cooking in water with vegetables. CUSHION STYLE PICNIC- PORK SHOULDER Boned picnic shoulder, salt and pepper, spinach stuffing. Have picnic shoulder boned and sewed on two sides at market. This leaves one side open for inserting stuffing,/ Season pork shoulder inside and out with salt and pepper. Fill cavity 'with spinach stuffing and sew or skewer edges together. Place shoulder fat side up on rack in open roasting pan and roast in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) until done. Allow 40 to 45 minutes per pound for roasting boned pork shoulder. SPINACH STUFFING One and one-half cups drained cooked spinach. 2 tablespoons grated onion, 4 tablespoons butter. 2 tablespoons lemon juice. 2'cups soft, fine bread crumbs, salt and pepper. Combine spinach, onion, butter, lemon juice, % and bread crumbs. Season with salt and pepper to taste. ROAST BOSTON BUTT WITH SPICY SAUCE Boston style butt, salt and pepper, V-: cup finely minced .onion, 1 cup water. 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce. 2 tablespoons catsup, 1 tablespoon sugar, 'i cup vinegar. Spinkle Boston stule butt with I salt and pepper and place, fat side up, on rack in open roasting pan. Put in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) and roast until done! allowing about 45 mimites per poured. Combine other ingredients aiid" let cook together for about 5 minutes. Ba.ste pork roast frequently with fchis sauce during roasting. Girls Will Receive General Office Training A maximum of 18 young women between the ages of 16 and 24 years are to be given office (raining in part-time employment for which they will be, paid $14.40 monthly tmbugh a National Youth Administration project to be inaugurated here. Not only will the project pro-, vide training and experience for persons who might not otherwise obtain business experience but it will also provide an income while learning and at the same time distribute $259.20 of federal ' -funds into Blytheviile monthly. These young women will work four hours each day for 20 days- in the month and it is understood that adjustments can be made for those who are attending school. While it is not necessary to have a high school education, the applicants must have a fair education and be capable of learning the training offered. They wiirbe employed for the extension agents, employment office, county health unit, public library here, two draft boards located in Blytheville, Farm Security; Administration office and County' Welfare office. Mrs. Olive B. Matthews of Russellville, State Girls Work Super-', visor of the National Youth Administration, conferred with ' representatives of the affected offices in a meeting here today concerning- the new program. Persons interested in the project, may contact "any of the offices to use these employes, it is announced. Prance bult the first sea-going, armor-clad vessel in 1858. The', American-made Monitor was the second such ship to be put to sea. Johns Ice & Coal Co. Good - Clean - Coal We Deliver ICO Ibs. or Carload All Coal by Kail Phone 83 Central Ward P. T. A. Wins Stunt Prize The "Standing Room Only" sigh was hung out at the high school 'auditorium Friday night when the senior class sponsored its annual community stunt night. First prize for the best stunt put on by a civic group went to Central Ward Parent Teacher association. Boy Scouts of Troop 38 placed second and the Junior- 'Senior High Parent Teacher association placed third. Proceeds from the affair will be placed in the senior memorial fund. MINOR SKIN IRRITATIONS MOROL1NE • TIWHITE PETROLEUM JELLY COAL S P E C I A L High Grade Black Diamond. Deliv- A|» fkf% ered. per ton $U«UU Bundle kindling free with - each ton of coal. Farmer's Gin & Exchange Co. Phone 325 I T Z> SATURDAY BAD NEWS FOR BANDITS! mm CH4ffL£$ STARMTT Uirfrfff Cemetery Wreaths • . -f See .our wonderful line of Cemetery Wreaths. Make your selection while the line is complete. Prices an* most reasonable. Home of Flowers 200 Davis Ave. H APPY HOUR GRO.l I% T . at, M>MM u 35c ROAST YOUNG TURKEY WITH DRESSING FRIED CHICKEN WITH CREAM GRAVY Regular dinner 5()c COLUMBIA PICT u R E Also Cartoon & Serial "Green Archer." Continuous show 10:15 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Here's A Christina's fit "f" II ¥ * Hanrsli washday worry and Irouosc V .'. accept Hlytheville Laundr.v's year-round "Christmas Gin~ T and let {hem take care of your laundry. A few seconds on {.he phone and one of (heir drivers will pick up your clothes and then, in a few hours, return (hem. fresh and new-jike again. The Bfylheville Laundry's service is economical and when compared to (he work done is definitely a bargain. Call 327 r.exi washc'av. For Better Laundry and Ury Cleaning STEAM SUNDAY & MONDAY " THIRD flMER, ,, .MYRNA LOY ~ M MELVYN DOUGLAS WYMOJD WALBURN . LEE BOWMAN I9IUTA fiRMVIUf. FELIX BRESSUT A ROBERT Z. LEOKABD Produrto* . OrifllMj Scm* Hr? by Lknri Hou»» - ' D(r»cl*d b T Hob*rt Z. Lsonarf oduewi b? John W. Cos*dia« Jr. M-G-M SHORTS Z===SS!I=I *>***B^>«*M^B«I» so Comedy anu raramuunt Nrws ! Continuous show Sunday' Phone RiU 224 Phone Rosy 322 I LISTEN TO KLCN '10:00 a.m.—12:45 p.m.—4:30 p,tn. SATURDAY TEX BITTER t»h hit hone 'WMTO FIASH" t« OKLAHOMA Cartoon & serial "Pcadwool Dick." Continuous show \Z:^ a.m. t«v tl-30 STTNn AY-MONDAY Also Comedy & F OX jj

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