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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)! COURIER NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S BTHfTB < Woman's Missionary Union ,„ ...e calvary Baptist Church * meeting 7:45 p m with Mrs, Fat« liratlon. The Woman's Missionary Union ol tiic First Baptist Church wilt meet in these various homes Monti ly Circle One Mrs. O P. Rilnej; Ciicle Two, Mrs. E v F. Btomejrer, Circle Three, Mrs. H. U Chambers; Circle Four. Mrs. C/E. .Johnson; Circle Five, Mrs. E. P. Kardlii; Circle SK, Mrs R. W. Woolen and Circle Seven, Mrs..Ney Hunt. 'Woman's Council ol.th« First Christian Church -'will meet 8;30 at Ihe bandage room of the Red Cross. * Three Quads Clulr meeting with Mrs Ira Walters < TUESDAY'S EVQJT8 Mrs.. Max . B, ;. Reid entertaining the T.iejday Contract Club. Double G Club'.meeting-with Miss: Margaret Shaver. ' Mrs, Guy. Rogers will, be-hostess to the Ocla Bridge Club,' G.N.B. Club will meet with Mr.< Harold Meek. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs M S Votes entertaining the 400 Club. A.D.C. Club; meeting with Mrs.' Jimmy Stevenson. Mis. J. P.'Leiill.wm.be hostess to the Town 'ami Colihtry Club. THURSDAY '&'•• EVENTS Thursday Luncheon Club meet- Ing vlth Mrs J A Leech Triple Table Club will meet with Mv, W B Nally Mrs;, j.- F. Lenll:entertahiing tlie Thursday Contract Oliib. FRIDAY'S EVENTS CBC Club meeting with Mrs Paul Byrum. Miss Fisher Honored With Lingerie Shower Miss Ruby Huflhey and Mrs. Earl Buckley entertained with a'lingerie shower last, night, at the Buckley .home honoring Miss • Mary Josephine Fisher! whose marriage to Lieut. James Blame Johnson, will he solemnized tomorrow afternoon at First Methodist Church. The color scheme of. orchid and white was used throughout the eni tcrtaining rooms where mock orange and orchid Iris were placed for decoration': The" evening was spent hi playing bunco Prizes were pre«nted to Miss (Josephine Shi.bley and Mrs. Herbert Whllehead for high score. Tlid orchid and white colors were again carried out ; bi the lee course and cakes which' were.:. served for refreshments. The Individual calces covered wlthiwhite had the names ot llje bride-elect and the future bridegroom 'written la orchid ion the - - V After refreshments, Miss Wlnnl- beth Buckley, small daughter of the 'hostess, "flew" 'In the.living room in a-toy transport plane oh which weic loaded with many pieces of lingerie, gilts to the guest of honor from the 12 present, which Included only her: most intimate 'friends. * * • * C B O. CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. JACKSON Ail members were present when Mrs T. F Jackson entertained the CBC club yesterday afternoon at her home; Mixed summer flowers : were used thioughout the entertaining rooms where the.'guests played'bridge In the games placed, high score was:a\varded to Mrs. D. C. Freeman with'..second high-to. Mrs Fred Bean. Bridge prize was won ty Mrs. Hoss Moore. served at the conclusion of the games. i . * •' • MIANS ANNOUNCE Mil OF DAUGHTER t daughter was born'May 12 to .i and Mrs Alvln Huffman of ^ ,l"aj!cvllle, at the Methodist Hos- pllal, Memphis. Mrs. Huffman is.the former Miss The baby has been named Emily for Mrs Lemons who is Mrs Huffman's aunt. . * * • r.K.0. GROUP MEET AT .CRIGGER HOME Chapter N of 'the PRO. Sisterhood met for lunch yesterday noon at the home of Mrs. Charles Crig- gcr Jr., with Mrs. J. J. Pickren as cojioslcss. The 12 present were served a two-bourse lunch from the dining table which held as its cenWpiece a crystal bowl of white daisies. After the regular business session which was presided over by Mrs. Farmer England, the group went to the Red Cross bandage room for surgical dressing work. To Become Bride Of Army Officer Miss Mary" Josephine Fisher, daughter of Mrs. B, A. Fisher, whose montage to Lieut Junes Illalne Johnson of ihc Army Air Foi ccs, son of MI and Mrs. J. B. Johnson of Memphis, will be solemnized at 4 o'clock, tomorrow afternoon at the First MVtjiodlst Church. The Rev S B Wilfoid, pastor of the church/will perform the' nuptials. today from College Station, Tcxus'' to lncllll)ers of the Una Roberts for a short visit with his |>ruml-' I ' llwrellcc Circle of Ihe Baptist parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Ualcv Missionary Union Monday evening, nml Mrs w i> n,.i. Mrs. Hay Blackfonl hml rlv.ruu and Mrs. w. p. OIT. Mr. mill MIS. Aubrey C'onway returned '"" cream rind Miss Amburgcy Beli'othccl lo Lieut. Emerson Smith CARUTHEUSVUUiE. Mo., May 22. —Announcement BAPTIST WOMEN IIAVK PKOOKAM MEETING Fourteen members and one visitor. Mrs. C. C. Segraves, were present, at the meeting of the Luxora Baptist Women's Missionary Society' Tuesday r afternoon at the church. Mn Dud Shanks was Icadci of the Royal Service theme for the month. "Christian Witness Thronuh Learning", with Mrs, Charlie Corkran giving the devotional. Assisting Mrs. Shanks' were Mrs Byron O. Wilklns, reviewing "The Power of EMucatlon"; 'Mrs. C. B.- Wood, "the Witness of Christian Schools"; Mrs. John Thweatt, "Tlic Witness of Our Baptist Schools"; Mrs. T. Mayo, "Education and Neglect"; prayer; Mrs. Minnie William; Mrs. S. J. Smith "Vacation Bible Schools"; the Meditation, 'That All May Know", with musical accompaniment, Mrs. O. 'Howton. « • • LUXORA NITE BRIDGE OLUB . All members of the Luxora Nile bridge club were present at the home of the hosts, Mr. anil Mrs Jesse Brown, Tuesday night. A refreshment plate was served G. West and ii. Highfiu. W iil e() ..... .o Mot Springs tomorrow, where'' meeting they will attend the gbmei'.s convention next week. < Mr. and'Mrs. Bernard Goochund Mr. and Mrs. Charles CYlgger will K<> to Memphis tomorrow • where • j...... ..r.i.u. . v/ n . v*lll:n; vl I .... 11.:., 1 ul lllelllOelS they will attend Hie golf exhibition Double-Four Rook Club lit the Memphis Country Club between Hob Ho]ie and King Crosby made •' here Thursday of the ciigngemcnl and approaching marriage of Miss Anna Knthryn Amburgey of this city, to Llcnt. Krnerson G. Smith' of the U. ,S. Army Field Artillery, Port Hill, Okla. The ceremony will be solemnized in the Presbyterian Church in this cily at 2::iU,oclock, Sunday nftcrnoon, May 23. Miss Amburtiey Is llic daughter of County Agent M. D. A'mhiirgcy and Mrs. Amlnirgcy or this city. She has chosen for her attendants her .sister, MI.W FYnnces Ainbtirgcy, as maid of honor, andihcr cousins, Marjorle Jean Piginon and Graclle' . . W.-Yates 'of -.Homestead, Fla., ar Piginon act us eandle- lightei 1 and flower gli 1 ), respectively Mrs. Earl Powell Jr., of Little Rock, Ark., will offer several vocal selections, and Mrs. Lyman It. Ambur gey, of Columbia, Mo., sister-in- law of the prospective bride, will serve as organist. Lieut. Smith Is Ihe son of Mr. and iMrs. Rora C. Smith of Rock- vine, Mo. He will be attended by Edwin Robertson, Cnrnlhersvllle, us best man. The two became school* friends when they were students aL the University of Missouri, at Columbia. LUXORA SENIOR COMPLIMENTED BY FACULTY. , • •. lit Hut. attractively dec- --;,-- —Friday 1 even Ing, ma'de 1 a perfect setting for Ihe dance given In their honor by . the Luxora School Faculty. Dancing and refreshments were enjoyed throughout the evening. * * * HONOR TEACHER WITH SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY An air of mystery pervaded the fifth grade room Tuesday when the fifth graders planned a surprise birthday party for their teacher, Mrs. Avis Settlemire. With the assistance of the grade teachers, Mrs. Settlemire was detained following a recess until HIE birthday cake, with an 1 appropriate number of candles, was placed on "Teacher's desk," and an "all clear" signal was given. Mrs. Settlemire was greeted upon entering the room with all singing "Happy Birthday." Mr. and Mrs. Fred Corkran and son, Fred Jr., were, guests, of. Mr. Navy Will Give 'Examinations Here To Youths Of 17 .Went. Commander L. c Pries! man, officer In charge of the Na- val.Aviation Cailct Selection Board In ^New Orleans, has announced Hint. « Temporary Selection Board will be set up In Blyllieville. Ark., on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 31, June 1 and 2 at the U. S. Navy UecriiUing .ytallon. The 'Icmpornry Hoard will be under the direction of I.lcut. Sam Hockcr. It will be si>l up for the purpose of examining 17 year old high school seniors and graduates who want to become Naval Flying officers. The examinations, which will include the aptitude and preliminary flight physical tests, will be given at 10 n. m. and nt 2 p. m. Those lioys who-inialtfy in these prclim- -~ »., u ~.y. wli , A - lcu Jt>i were, giiesis 01 i\ir. A salad plate and cold drinks was Corkiah's ' parents, Mr. and Mrs .ru»,i n. iv, ^.i.,'.i._ „, „._ charlle Corkran, Sunday ana attended the baccalaureate services In.whlch their brother. Bert Corkran, Is a member of Ihe senior class. Mrs. Delizil c. McGehee, Bit* of News Mostly Penonal Joe Orr Jr., is expected to arrive guests'. A two cour.se dinner was served bullet style with guests being seated at small tables arranged In the living and dining rooms. Following dinner Mis. LeUIe Ncclcy, president, had charge of " • business meeting. Birthdays re obseiTcd for Mrs. W. p| lloljcitson Hr,, and Mrs. R. M! Pierce, each receiving a. gift from Ihu club. Mrs. c. G. Shepard and Mrs. F. II. fllomeyer had charge of the social hour and presented few clever contests with prizes (joins; to Mrs. H. H. Brown and Mia, Mona Helm. • * * Missionary Circle Metis Miss Gladys Nichols was hostess to members of the Una Roljerts tuined from Memphis Thursday lllt! " lantn nn(l was assisted by night after having spent several Mrs - RH|I)I ' Ennls ' wll ° Have Hie :t»ys (here while Mr. Conwav eon ti <-">' Moi>!ti "nd Mis. Louie Meyer suited a specialist. • -• Ml ' s - vll 'B" Davis and Misses inllc'd ft Mrs. p. o, Helchcl Is connned to her home, 1201 We.s('; Ilearn. of n sprained • anklel " -e - . rve sanwces linker Wlbion, Ii. a. Hughes, B ; pickles, slrawbciijes and whipped Mrs. l.lmbaujh Knterlains Mrs. w. C. Davis was a guest hen Mrs. Leonard Limbaugh t-n- lerlaincd for- members of her Wan imt officer Mrs. Joe i.. i inv.-» ui - IlulJIL-KltilU, 1'Ja., ar- ^t.. t - n 1 i • o>.."^J. lived last niyhl, for a 10-day-visit- ?' n " is llelu M * h with their parenLs Mr aiul S. .^""H Wa . S . B ' TC » ""Hi powder. parents Mr. and Mi's. O. .1. Hodge and Mr and Mrs. Joe A. Yates. lien Lamb will spend the week end In Memphis where he will lonsiill a specialist.. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Van Horn are now slatloned at Smyrna, Tc'iin. Mrs. Van Horn Is the,former Miss Sarah Pauline Exrnrd. , . Mrs. James 13. Clark went to Ca- rulher.svllle, Mo., today lo spend the weekend with relatives. Mrs. liaker Wllsoinind daughter, Miss Jane Wilson are spending Ihc weekend In Memphis. 4 Local Students Join Naval Reserve Four students of iilythcvllle High School have been sworn Into class V-12 of the Naval Reserve. The boys who took the oath Monday In Memphis were Mnson Day, William Brown, Chris Tomkins mid Gregory Atkins. They will be assigned to various colleges . and upon completion of their work there will .go to "a Naval officer training schol. After completing the prescribed work there, they will receive commissions as ensigns either In the air corps or as deck officers. • • •Jack Hood and Earl Dnnlclson, two oilier high school students, are in class V-5 of the Naval Reserve? This Is exclusively for nvlatioir,ca- :lcts. ...All arc seniors and will graduate Mayas. • : Medals Are Awarded Inaiy tests be sent to New Orleans nt. Government expense for llicir final physical examinations. Students who Intend lo take the tests will be required lo furnish the Board with n'recommendation in duplicate from members of Ibeir high school faculty on social forms with which high school principals have been provided. No oilier papers are needed lo lake the examinations given by the temporary Selection Board. ., . : Qualified boys who are sent to New Oilcans will be enllslcd in (he ; Mrs Delizil C McGr>hep of „""'•"""•« "">'* wno are sent to EVansville. Ind., returned home- M™ ,°5 cnns wl11 bo rllllslc " '» lllc Wednesday ajter a tiding T<J| N ?M' neSCI1 '?, im " 1MlfatcI >' l"'«>vld- fuueril of her brother, Charlie \V '.\ n', 1 ' 7,S i° u ^ M ^ Mifflin l cn cxa:nlnallon. However, they ' Eastern Star to Meet , , , , Members of the Order of Eastern -°l i Mas »'<:'l Field. Ala., is on Star will hold a meeting TuS K '° kt lra ™' "*»l<cn«tiiiB from a re- night, 8 o'clock, at the hall, It at ^ l °>*">l'0" for appentliclt-s. Mrs. announced today. Johnson Is the former Miss Helen , and Mrs -' R- C. Langston ughter, Sarn, accompanied ' Virginia Myrick of Memphis who — ~ "• "'."E^HJ frequently visited here as the guest, ™« 1 Rl>lw. Sara, accompanle of Mr ai.d Mrs Charles Lemons Mrs. Langston's sister, Miss "«»j • siicccssfnllv rnm.MM^i n, n „ m ., .._i... ,.._ t . _ . Goswich, of Osccola left Frlclnv ,!,,., com l" cte(l the entire for Fulton, Mo., whe'rc ihey .wHI '!' B * tr " ! " hle ™ lll ' KC l!lc >' wiu bc attend the eratlunltnii of »i»i r Wnatccl Navt.l Aviators and will , ' 0 . lll ' Bl !' l "f When m,- ^ ilt^ 1 ^" , " eM . CT ' s completed attend the graduation of their daughter, (Miss Billy Lnngston, from William Woods College. Miss Lang- slon will receive the degree of \yitli a ma- Admitted: 49 Are Given Diplomas In CanrthmviUe Clan CARUTHERSVUiE, Mo., May 22 —Forty-nine Seniors were graduated here Thursday night, 3S girls ind 16 boys, (me ot , «i« smallest classes in recent years Pour boys are now members ol the armed forces, and five other* »re attending college on the Accelerated College War Program Nine members of the class have maintained an averaR grade ot 90 or abore for the four years of high school. Presentation ot diplomas was by Dr. J. B.-Ltiten, president of the board ot education, and Supt. R M. Pierce presented,!}* eliss and hbnor graduates. Th»'Mev.>*»..p ReaH gave the lntoe»ttMl'*nd benediction, while vtriow mttarx ot , t the, class appeared on Uw protran. The f Rtv. Boer PM!, ^mby tfrlan mla'jter. dr&wntf ; tte u , nn*i bMcaUortMc ' < day/,; At The Hospitah WalU Hospital J. L. Johnson Jr., cily. Mrs. c. H. Hartslieltl and baby, Osceola. H. G. Brooks, Leachvllle. A. N. Hurst, Manila. * Blylhevllls Hospital Admitted: Edward Martin, city. Billy Edward Nash, Llixora A. M. VanWinkle, city Dismissed: Oscar Kemp, city. Mrs. Homer Council• and baby, city. Memphis St. Josrph's Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Frank Stover, Braggadocio, WO, b(> commissioned as ensigns in the Naval Rcssrvc or as second lieulen- ants in Ihe Mr.rir.e Corps He.sen'o. Plan 6th Grade Picnic Plans nrc being made for the imnml sixth grade promotion ple- lic which will be held at Walker Park, Monday. May 24. Sponsors for the picnic are- Sudbury, Mrs. p. c. Hothrock, Mrs. H G. Partlow and Mrs. liuford Young Central; Mrs. Cecil TXMVC and Mrs. '. U. Joyncr. Unge; Mrs''Henry Lnylon and Mrs. c. M. Prlesl. Teachers in charge wilt be; Miss >ry Lesler Klmiiions and Miss Aima Peters from' Sudbury, Miss ary Lenore Swcaringen from Central ami Mrs. Ann c. Rimer 'rom the u-xngc School. Twelve thousand nsuscles control the feathers of a goose.. The Miracle In Permanent , Waving! COU> RAT, Ihe modern, scientific ware. N» hnt_N 0 „». chiw* Dr>» In for MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M a first l.UXOHA, Ark., May were awarded by H. W. Nichols, principal of Luxora Consolidated Schools, at the graduation exercises Thursday night, • May 20, to the following pupils: Willestlne, Allen, valedictorian of the class, was awarded the English and llic Home Economics medals; Clarence. Hill, snlulatorian of the class, Citi- tin, shorthand; athletics, girls', El- _ Science award. million empties known to be strewn There were ,G two °' hcasl ' of tiiie HK. -ri •"•""••' t-inu 01 mis. tan rowell jr., and this city. The group mc t nt the Lcc Earl of Little Rock Ark home of Mrs. j. D . smith for a visiting in this city Smith Smith ' SATURDAY, '• MAY 22,-1943 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Powell. Cleve Atwell, a former resident of lhi.s cliy but now B member of the fire department in Memphis was here Wednesday visiting with Mends, Mrs. Moi she A. O. tor, .... service fleltl. Mrs. Day lilackford had charge of the Royal Service program for "• • month and was assisted by eompanled Oiben K< Pa ragou Id od the Bride, _ Gerard week and for St. Koveniitienl work . , Ml ' s - Virgil Davis and MJsses I ' (ie Uo|1| ' oh nn( ' Mary Fra- K ' The hostess served sandwiches coffee following the dent _, . Columbia visit anil M... Slater shor R. Refreshment.'! of fresh .strawberries, angel food cake and colTee wore served preceding iho games 'ooko prize, a nest of ice tax dishes, went to Mrs. Harold Hamby and the guest received printed toilet soap. • • • » * Business and Professional < Women Meet The Caruthersvllle Business and Professional Womeiis Club met Tuesday evening at'llie home of Mrs. Jean Walker. Co-hasle.sses were Mrs. Wllma Manning and Miss Ruby Kclley. Mrs. Ernestine Musgrave hod charge of an interesting program entitled, "Freedom of Ihe Press" She was assisted In presenting this topic by Miss Laura Belle Shcp- ard, who has done newspaper work for n number of years, Following the program an open discussion was held :• : with members participating. Tills was the first meeting of the fiscal year and all new officers were in their places. Mrs. Agatha Wilks will again serve Ihe club as president with Mrsi Kathryn Magee serving as first vice-president; Mrs. Margaret Bader, second vice-president; Mrs. Hcnriclte Randolph, recording secretary; Mrs. Wilmn. Manning, corresponding scc- R'tni-y; Miss Maynie Herndon treasurer and Miss Nellie Mc- Clannlmn, parliamentarian FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH R. Scott Haird, rministtr Bible School, 9:45. , Morning worship, communion ami sermon, 10:50. Sermon "Where Is Your Faith?" Evening worship. 8. "Is Jesus Coming Again?" is the title of the sermon. Head First and Second Thcssalonl.ins in preparation for this study. Everyone is cordially Invited to the .services of the church. You will always find a welcome CALVARY BAPTIST MISSION Huey's Store W. R lluiinu, Supt. ..Sunday School, 9:45 Thursday, prayer meeting at 8:00 p. m. the Mrs. Herbert Lloyd Is leaving ie last 'of this week for Jones- Ijoro, 1 Ark., where she will enter Arkansas state College for a .Summer's work In education •Mrs. B. F. Sample left .Monday night for St. Louis where she will visit with her brother, who has recently relumed from nction in North Africa where he was seriously wounded. Mrs.' Russell Brooks of Haytl Mo., spent Monday afternoon ami evening In this c | ty v!s | l1n({ wltll friends and attending the Past Matrons Club dinner. Lieut. Aiidie Brock Jr.. who is stationed at. Gardner Field Calif zenship medal; Idell Peeiy and ns " Hying Instructor, arrived foi Elsie Long, typing; Frances Long, " short visit with his parents Mr shorthand and typing; Lore?. Alls- nn(i Mrs. Audio Brock Sr E. H. Hnrrell Sr, of Tyler, Mo.. • j ti" -i , j_n- - --- -».«• • 1,11 LJI ., in A viur uio sic LOHB,—boys' F.lkln Raper; Max- was in this city Tuesday attending me Austin, mathematics; Elkin to .business inmuing Haper, nericultiire; and James Cntlet and Mrs. Charles D John Brent!: highest scholarship in the son, who have spent the past week enevenlh grade: nml Jack MeLc- in this city visiting relatives left Sr^ °? MCh - tanb Umm '^ T^ "> "turn-to 6 ^ , « -- vi. .. iv HIC11 llUIllt! in Jc.fTer.son City, M o . Cadet Johnson, who is nt the Army Air Forces Pre-Fllght School for Pilots nt Maxwell Field, Ala., is on announced today. LWEUMORE. CBl. (UP)-In the fitntc-wlclc drive lo incut the beer " "«••«., ucgtm ner bottle shortngc by coltec:tin e u le Vflcn »°» Mondny. She planned to ,,,1111 , - _ i . _ *> 11 it, tnfin/l ri fr,m ^l^.._ :.. ^. . Reed. Miss Mclba Wells, bookkeeper at the First stale Bank, began he vacation Monday, she planned to spend n few days in Chicago and about the stale a slight "contra- "I 1 llcr lctnri1 lo vlsit hcr parenLs temixs" was encoutilered when a Slcclc. train hit n truck here hauling 8- Mrs ' Cly(lc I[ a r l'cr and mother D« beer bottles and scattered them Ml ' s - Jolln "as'er. returned home along 500 yards of Ihc track. Mast Momln S' fr °m a two weeks visit of them became "dead soldiers' lor S|)cnt wl11 ' 'heir si.slcr and rinugl food. ter, Mrs. Frank Morgan and M Morgan at Kansas City Mo Miss Vlcki Weatheiford, niece of Lloyd Rogers, and Miss Bobbie Lee of Lillle Ruck, Ark arc spending ihis week here with Mr and Mrs. Rogers. On Wednesday Mrs. Rogers accompanied by the two girls drove to Paragonld Ark and visited with Miss Weather-' ford's aunt, Mrs. Harold Enimons and family. " Mrs. W. A. Prince and Mrs.. Eve- wv guests present Monday evening f ot morning from S Louis Se the • he regu ar monthly dinner meet- hart been sine? Salurday ' °' h ' ..... - ° llllr<1ay Mrs. Earl Powell Jr., and - - „ of • .--•- '. and Mrs. H. V Key were Litzelfclner, and with his parents, iday Will A. O. Tinman will leave for champaign, 111,, where ... vlsjl with her son, hleul _. Tillman, who is stationed at ihanutc Field and wltll her dnugli- Belty Jean, who t> a civil employee at that flying Mtss Mr. and Mrs. Arthur cook ac- •iled by their daughter,' Mrs Kelley, left Wednesday for Jld, Aik., where they atlend- funeral of Mrs. W. B. Mca sister of Mr. cook, rd Calllhan, who spent the end here with Mrs. Calllhan daughter, Jill, left Wednesday St. Louis, where he Is under — contract domg defense MLss -. Kathryn Ammirgcy. a slu- at the University of Mfeoiirl, iibia, came home, Friday to briefly with her parents Mr Mrs. M. D. Amburfiey ' Irs. Laura Marie Davidson - of r. Mo., arrrved Tuesday for a visit with her father, George Crockett, who is ill valu ' LL 1'Il.CRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets : Koltcrt KM, pastor Divine services Sunday at 11'00 a. m. The pastor's theme for the sermon will v be: "Who Are His Sheep?" Text: John 10, 22-28. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Sunday School Teachers' meeting flhursday at 4:00 p. m, The general public Ls cordially Invited to attend the services of this church. Visitors In the city are especially welcome. CHURCH NEWS LAKE S'l'HEET MtTHODIST CHURCH The Rev. Bates Sturdy, paslor Church School 9:50. Morning Worship 10:45 "Loyalty To My Church." pastor's subject Youth Fellowship will be dismissed for Baccalaureate Sermon at School. Evening Worship 8 p. m. "Jesus Interprets Life," the pastor's subject. Prayer Meeting Wednesday e p. m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1/unge School GeorRe W. Archer, pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a. m Morning frorship, 11 a. ni.'Sub- ject, "Without Faith It is impossible to Please God." Baptist Training Union, 1:30 p.m . Evening worship 8:30 p. m. Subject "The Monster -Dragged .to Liglil." • .: There will bc an ordination sen-- ice at 3:CO p. in. The following men will be ordained as Deacons' Mr William Hanna, William Haynes- Lee Powell. Rev. L. o. Miller will preach the sermon. Rev. Guy McGee will deliver the charge to the deacons, and church. Mr. Luclan Coleman will be In charge of the song services. Wednesday, prayer meeting nt 7:45 p. m. Choir practice after prayer service, led Ijy Luciaii Coleman. BAPTIST CHAPEL UUy Street Russell Baugli, Sunday School Superintendent. George Ingrum, Training union Director. .» Sunday School nt 9:30 a, m. •' FllIX GOSPEI, TABERNACLE Lily al Vine Sis. Clifford I,. Thicker, pastor Sunday School, 0:45. Preaching, 11:00. Junior, p. y. p. A., i:3o. Senior P. Y. P. A., 7:00. Evangelistic service, 8:00, Midweek services: Young People's service—Tuesday night, 8:00. Prayer meeting, Bible study- Friday night, 8:00. CHURCH OF IMMACULATE CONCEPTION The Kev. J. J. Thompson < The Kev. Amos H. f-Jiderlin Sunday Musses nt 7;30 a. in. inul 10:30 ,n. m. '•Holy Hour lor boys'In service 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. .Novena In honor ol our Sorrowful Mother, Friday, 1:30 '•$• lii. Weekday Masses at 0:30 n. m und^ 8 a. m. THE FIRST ASSEMBLY OP G01> CHURCH Seventh and Ash Streets The Rev. H. E. Slmms, pastor .Sunday School 9:45. Morning Worship 11. Christs Ambassadors 2. Evangelistic Service 8. Missionary Prayer Band Monday 8 p. m. ' DIble Studay Friday 8 p m ST. STKI'HKN'S EPISCOPAL Sixth and Wulnut Sts. 11 a. m. Services conducted by lay render, Lieut. .Guy E. Kagey of (lie Blythcvillc Army Air Field. Visitors arc always welcome at these KeiTices. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVIf?ES , H16 West Main S(. SOUL AND BODY is the subject of the Lesson-Scvmon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of, the Church of Christ Scientist, on Sunday, May 23, Tlie Golden Text is: '"We all with open face beholding as in a < glass Ihe glory of (he I/ml, are changed inlo the same Image from glory lo glory, even, as by the Spirit of the Lord." II Coiinlhl- ans.3;18. Among Ihe citations which com- irise (he Lesson-Sermon is the following from (he Uible; "The Spirit of the Lord Clod is ii|X>n 'me- because the'Lord hath anointed in'e to preach good tidings unto the neek;. « « u, at they might |, e called, trees of righteousness the ilantiug of the lan\, that he night be glorified." Isaiah tjl:l, 3. THE • CHURCH OF CHRIST West Main, off Highway Gt ,O«ar L. Hays, inlnj.«ler Bible study, 9:50 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject, •Development of the New Testament Chinch." Preaching at 8 p. m. Subject "Development O f the New Testament Church." -Bible study nml song practice, Wednesday, 8 p. in. —• - FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James A. Overholser, minister Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning worship 11:00 a m Theme and text, "For the Son ot Man is come to seek and lo save that which was lost." St. Luko 19: in place of the regular evening worship will be the Baccalaureate Service of Blytheville High School. ut the Stadium, at 0:30 o'clock. Midweek services Wednesday, 7:45 p. in. Choir rehearsals: Senior, Wednesday, 8:15 p.m.; Junior, Friday 4'00 P. m. You are cordially invited to attend the services of this church. Visitors in the city are especially welcome. "The fear of the 'Lord is the beginning of wisdom."—Psalm 111:10. FIRST DAI-TIST CHURCH O. J. Chastain, paslor Sunday School fl:30. Preaching Service 10:45. Sermon by pastor: "A Monumental Witness". Special Music: "God So Loved The World" from "Crucifixion" by Ihe Choir. A women's octet' will sing "My Task" by Ashford. There will be no evening services Everyone will attend the High School Baccalaureate Services at C:30 In the Stadium. Vacation Bible Enrollment Day next Saturday, May 28. The School will be held May 31 through June 11. ' , K EL I EYE Kiiac, Boothe chafe. Form RED jne'l'Mited coat of protection •*•*•* wlweenskmnndchafingbed- cl ° ll >es witb Memaiia, for- mc rly Meiicim Heat Powder. Announcing Opening of Memorial Park Cemetery Choice Lots Available For Information Call Holt Funeral Home Phone 571 In the dirty, grimy overalls we see the beautiful, bright Vict»ty thai wHI b« ours. Blvthcville Laundry accepts the challrnfe •€ those solicit nvrr.ilts ami makes Ihrm sixHkssly rlran again l» keep America's workers on the production liw. "Toush" o\rr- alls ect plenty of 'suits atid soakinr an«t firm (m(nKn<, bat your soil, dainty garments arc jivrn only gentle care, AM/ your lanudry lo us! FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR RKTTER DRY CLEANING STEAM LAUNDRY FIRST METHODIST CHURCH C'mner Main anil Seventh lt«\. S. Ii. wijfunl, iiaslor 9:45 a. m. Chureh School, u. s Branson, superintendent. 10:50 a. in. Worship service. Pas- ir's subject: ."Anotliei- Version of the Golden Rule." Avlalion Cadet Ray Pyrhie will lie 'guest soloist. There will be no evening services oecause of the High School Baccalaureate. . ^^^^^•••••^^^^ 111/ Continuon$ Showi Every Day B« Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN S:M a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Saturday Buckskin Frontier with Richard Dix and Jane Wyatt/ Serial_ "Perils $!. Nyoka" No. 7 jit ". Short .Subject. f- Continuous Showing Sat. 1 lo 11:3» • Sunday & Monday Panama Hattie wilh Ann Solbern and William Llllldigan Paramount News & Short Subjects ROXY Sarpln NIgtit Every Night T.irtrA Saturday. Hoi Office Opens C:45 Sliow Starts 7:00 Cutlnon* Sbowi But. teS Bun. Saturday THRILL TO RAW COURAGE! TAYIO* • AOEIE WAIU »d BOB WIllS and HIS TOAS PLAYBOYS f •** i<r,.r, f la, b , f j^j Mrto » waiUM t»«. A COIUHMA ncni«e 1 Sfri»l "Overlaml Mail" 15 and Selrclfd Short Cant. Showing Salur. 1:00 lo 11:3*. Sunday and Monday • ii RIM linwt • LT.Vi.'i^rr.'.'i Fei News »nd Selected Sb*rli «h«wiug S»n. t U ItiM

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