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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 26, 1943
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PAGE TWO- ,BLYtHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS; Mitchell. Moore, Osceola Student, Wins Essay Award Linen Shower Is .Given • For Miss Nellie Johns continuing a series. of »ffalrs complimenting Miss Nellie Johns, whose marriage' to Tech. Sergt, Roy Rayful Brantley Jr., of. Sanders- villo, Ga., and Blythei'ille. Army Air Field, will., take p|ace Friday, was a bunco party mid linen shower given lost night at Ihe Dr. J.. A. Snlita home with Mrs. Saliba and daughter,' Miss Alice Saliba, as hostesses. • .•-.'.- : The entertaining .rooms, were decorated throughout with mixed 1 Summer • flowers, a crystal: bowl of pink roses formed-the centerpiece for |iie ince-draped dining room table'."' '.'•••'• The 10 present which'included guests from Stecle,':. Oscspla and Uixora spent the evening, playing bunco, with high ''score., traveling prize awarded to Miss lone George mil low to Miss Evn George. • ; After refreshments, of 'ice • crcnrrt and cuke served, the guest of honor wan presented with the-shower ' gifts. ' • . . • • '• Out of lown guests were Miss Eva George and Miss'Ediia'George of Luxorti, Mrs. CXorge ShIMey, Cocperhill. Tenn.,. Mrs; Elizabeth Ellas of Osceola, Miss. Olga Kourey of Slcclo, Mo., and Miss Mary Ann Hill of Carrollton, Ky., house guest and former schoolmate of Miss Alice Sallbn.- The guest of honor also was presented with crystal In her pattern from the hostesses. • . Air Field Officer Wetls • Prominent Georgia Bride A wedding of interest' here is that of Miss Clnlre McKenzlc of Moiitczuma, Ga., and Maj. William b. Hall, director of training ot ; lhe BlylhsvUlc Army Air Field, which was solemnized Thursday at the home.'of the bride's sister, Mrs. Diehard Titt, at Montezuma. ..- Cnpt. Lewis 'J. Wright, a training group commander at the-Air Base, was best man, having accompanied the bridegroom by 'plane to Montezuma for th; ceremony. ' The bride was attended by,.her sister. Miss Emelle McKenzte, as maid of honor," . The couple will make their home in Bli'lhevllle while Major Hall continujs on-duty here, "arriving next Saturday. . The bride is the daughter of a prominent planter,'.who !s widely known for, his success ^developing various phases of agriculture In Georgia upon n wide scale. 'She and .Major Hall met while lie was on 'duty at Turner Field, near Montezuma, from August, 1941, until his transfer to Blythe- yille last February. 'Her was., ft training group commander ..there. Major Hall came here to succeed Lieut. Col. Pain ,T."Prues5 as chief of the training program for aviation cadets. In this capacity lie Is second in command of the field, and alternate to the commanding officer, Col. Kurt M. Landon. Hp is the son of Mr and John B. Hall of Lpudon, Tenn., and is a graduate of the Tennessee Military Institute. He entered the Army -Air Foroes as. an . aviation cadet in 1938, : after completing his third year • at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Commissioned In 1939 at Kelly Field, and assigned to duty there cs «: flying instructor, his rise has Uen rapid. He .won .the rank of Major with his.- present high responsibilities before his 25th birthday. A' year after achieving his pilot's, rating-, lie had become n training squadron commander nt Maxwell Field. - '•••.» G.N.Ii. ;CI,UB HAS GIJESTS AT WALKER PARK OUTING. Members of the G.N.B. club entertained their husbands last night with a fish fry at Walker Park. After the picnic dinner the guests played Barnes and enjoyed an informal evening of entertainment. Guests for this affair were Lieut, find Mrs. Claud Lee and Mrs.' Thelma Atkins. * * • NAZAKENE YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE A SUPPER MEETING The Nazarene Young people's society met last night at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Fletcher Spruce with 19 present. After the business session, presided over by the president, Mrs Bcrtye McCullar, a pot-luck supper and social hour was held. DAUGHTER IS HORN ' TO MR., MRS. MURPHY A daughter was born to Mr, anc Mrs. Charles S. Murphy of Mem phis May 12. The baby has been named KHz aboth Blythe Murphy. Mrs. Mur phy Is the'former Miss Haze Hardin of Blytheville. A recent survey showed 163 vari ctlcs of vegetables growing on Ne gro farms in Georgia. Read Swimming Classes May Be Formed For Adults, Too With 102 boys and girls registered for Ihe free swimming lessons to be given In a Red Cross program, a noyenielit Is underway also to have classes for adults because of 'the wide Interest shown. Those who registered yesterday naming at, Walker Park poo) with Miss Alice Saliba, Instructor, will begin classes Tuesday morning;, 9:30 o'clock.' Any, one not .yet registered may lo so on .that day, when reglstra- lon for the morning classes will close. . . ; Boys nn<! girls taking the lessons will have no expense us both the nstructibii$ and aso of the iwol s being provided free lit "this program, to be" held twice woskly. ,^ • All must have swimming • suits ind. should have cap's to protect their linir, It \vns announced. '.This ' course, for wnlch ccrllfl- intcs will-foe awarded upon complc- lon, will count toward the Junior and senior life-saving course for Boy and Girl Scouts,' 11 was pointed out. Classes wll] he held on Tuesday and 'Ihursday mornings for about ix week*, It Is- planned. : If the adult class Is formed, sc,s- lons will be held twice weekly 'rom 7 until 8 p. m., with the date o be decided later. Included In the adult course, if leld, will be a functional program of safety hints sucli as what to do vhcn a boat turns over and how o make water wings-from 11 pair Dt pants' and other such aids to prevent drowning. Becaus: the pool will be avail- ible only two mnrnings In lha week, all or Uiose registered for morning classes must meet at one irSie, Miss Saliba announced. Although she Is In need of an assistant to hslp .supervise action, he will attempt to Instruct all who ome, fihe said today. A part of the program will lie and drills before trying them out n the water, It'has been pointed int. Social Calendar . MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Missionary Union of he First BSajHlst Church wll! meet n Circles at the following homes: Sirclc One, Mrs. Alvln Huffman; Circle Three, Mrs, Jesse Scenmn; Circle Foiir, Mrs. Josephine Wert; Circle 'Five, Mrs. 'Walter Bishop; Circle Six, will meet In the Chapel n Lily street nnd Circle Seven with Mrs, Tom Jackson. St. • Stevens Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. F. L. 'Englcr. Three Quads Club will be cnter- nlned by Mrs. Normnn Bimcli. Woman's Society of Christian icrvlce of the Lake Street Mctli- dist Church meeting at Church, :30 p.m. for study on "Peace." TUESDAY'S EVENTS -Miss Irene Crowder entertaining •Hh a buffet supper nnd mlsceila- eous shower honoring Miss Nellie olms, brlric-elect. The Double C.. club will meet ,'ith Mrs. T. P. Wright. Mrs. K. B. Conchman will be lostess lo the Octa Bridge Clnb. Mrs. Alvis Harris cnlerinliiliip he G. N. B. Club. The 400 Club is meeting with Irs. Pat Brown. Mrs. J. {(. Turner of Roselaml ntcrtainlng with a shower compli- leiiting Mrs. B. J. Allen Jr., at he E. n. Dickinson home on Highway 61 South. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Elliott Johns entertaining mem- xjrs or bridal party and oul-of- own guests at Hotel Noble complimenting his sister, Miss Nellie Johns, bride-elect. Mrs. C. C.'Langston entertain- ng the Town and Country Club. A. D. O. Club meeting with Mrs. Elbcrt Huffman. Supper party given by Mr. and Urs. Louis George and Miss Mamie Kahallcy, honoring Miss Nellie Johns, for members of bridal party and out-of-town guests, at the George home in Oscecla. Club Eight will meet with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Bits of News Mostly Personal CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to the people of this county who were so kind to our dear wife and mother Annie Currie during her long illness. Also for the words of sympathy and floral offerings at the time of her death, w. L. Currie, Annie Louise, Bcrnice, Gcraldine, Willamette, William. Maud, Marie, and Zenobia Currie. Cecil Wroten, Fanner England nnd Dt ; . L. L. Hubener of Blytlio- vlllo 'and Grover Snydcr of Manila have returned from an airplane trip to liemidja, Minn., where they sjxmt a week fishing. Miss Cora Colcmnn, accompanied by Mrs. John VV. k'clrlngton of Osceola, left today for Colorado Springs, Colo., for 10 days visit. Miss Carolyn Colhurn of Little Hock arrived Wednesday for several days visit will) Miss Mary Helen Moore, Miss Moore and Miss Colbtirn are schoolmates (it tin university of Arkansas, Fnyclle- vlllc., Robert Aiili I'roctor of Little Rock Is .the guest > or Miss Mary Gray. • Mrs. M. A. Price of East Prairie Mo,, who Is visiting at (lie home of her daughter, Mrs. John Waldon nml family has nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren in the aimed force.s. Another daughter, Mis. Verim Jenkins of East Prairie is also ' here. They einrie several days ago.and remain for another week. Jimmy Henry, son of Wilson Henry,' is visiting at the home of his aunt, Mrs. R. E. Simpson and the Rev. Mr. Simpson of Hot Springs. Mrs, Thelmn Bcale Sclmffcr of Memphis Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hall. Mrs. H. G. Wlck- Imm and Miss Bess Hall until Sunday She accompanied Mrs. Hall who was in Memphis for n brief slay, Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr.. has returned from Memphis where she was at n hospital for a check up. Her condition Is very good. Billy Joht/. who Is a student at Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind., is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Jontz, between seme.slerfi. Mr. -and Mrs. Ncy Hunt have gone lo Sncrnmento, Calif.-, for a visit with their son, Second Lieut. James Hunt who Is stationed there. Mr. Hunt will fly home soon but Mrs. Hunt will remain for a loneer 'Islt. Corp. John W. Edwards, stationed at. Aloe. Field, Victoria! Texas, is lore on furlough where he is vis- ling his wife, (lie former MJss ilelen Moore. Corporal Edwards, Mrs. Edwards and Miss Bca Moore will go lo Woodhouscl III., Sunday, where they will visit his parents for several days. Mrs. Edwards plnns .0 return to Victoria with her hus- >nrid. ' ' ' • • Slnnlev Hood will lenve tonight" 'or'Hnrdyi 'Ark.,'where he will ;crve"on' the staff of the Boy Scout Camp as n counselor. Mrs. J. J>I. Walk and sons, Tom and Joe, are in Muskogee, Okla., 'or a visit with Cnptain Walls, who s stationed In the Army there. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pomoroy of Memphis and Mrs. Kcna P. Pun- celt of Greenville, Miss., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Eaton. Mrs. Marlon Leach and daughter T—iirlan who have been, the guests of Mrs. Lench's nunt, Mrs. Jatncs Hill Jr., and Mr. Hill, went to Memphis yesterday where she took a train for Greenville, S. C. where she will visit. Mrs. Hill, Miss Sarah Hill and Mrs. F. L. Engler nccompsmlcd her to Memphis and •chimed lust night. Mrs. Matt Monaghan and daugh- :er.-r, .Barbara nnd Rosemary, have returned from St. Louis wfccre they nitendcd the funeral of Mrs. Mon- iglmn's sister, Mrs. Marthn Jnne Wright, and were with Mrs. Mon- aghnn's mother, Mrs. A. E. Chapman. Miss June Buchanan is spending several weeks in St. Louis with her sister, Mrs, Louis Trowbridge Jr and family. Miss Beverly Jane Hanson of Memphis, formerly of here, is visiting at the home of the G W Smith family. Mrs. w. L. Horner is spending a week with her mother, Mrs H K Smith of Whcntley. Charles Henderson is visiting relatives in Halls, Tom., for several weeks. Mr. nnd Mrs. c. A. Hunton will leave Sunday for Valdosta, Ga where they will attend the gradua- tlon exercises at Moody Field when Courier Newt want Mi, MEXSANA BoysWanted COURIER NEWS PAPER ROUTES Apply in person Monday morning Courier News Office WHO DUNNI1 ? mfmaumu THEY SCRAM UHEHVQU their son, Charles Hunton Jr, will receive his wings. On (heir return they will stop In Atlanta, Ga. for a visit with Mr. Hunton's slstei Miss BOIIle Hletl. Mrs. Geraldlne Matthews, who has been'quite 111 at her'home ts Improving. Mrs. John Thomas of Gllberts- vllle, Ky., is visiting her sisters Mrs. Charles Hay Ncwcomb and Miss Vein Elizabeth Goodrick, Mrs Thomas Is the former, Miss Win' frcd Goodrlch. P. E. Atkinson and A. C. Mierow left today for Dallas, Texas' where they will Join Mrs. Mierow, Mis Atkinson and Freddy Mierow who left last, week for a visit, with rein lives there. Mrs. E. A. Goodrich will arrive Wednesday from Columbia city Jnil., where she has spent'.a montli with her sister, Mrs. A. E. Erdmun rid Mr. Etdinan. Mr. and Mrs. Prank .Willis of remphts were In Blytheville yesterday, for the fimeral 1 :of Georue Bunch. Mr. Willis'-is a toother' of Mrs. Bunch, .,,:•/'!, Miss Patty. Ann Green.and Rlch- nrd Roberts Memphis last night where they met Miss'Green's roommate at the University of. Arkansas, : Fayettevillc,' Miss .Betty Hcmlrick, of Texarkaim lind Amos Jarmon of He;en«, for n dancing party at the Skyway, Hotel pea- body. Mr. and Mrs. p. E. Cooley 'arc spending the . weekend with their daughter, Mrs. E.' D. Bcall and family of Marlon. Mrs. C. S. Stevens who has been critically ill from 'a heart attack Is Improving It was announced today. • • At The Hospitals Blyihevlile Hospital Admitted- James Allen Tankersley, Rt ' 1 city. , ' Clyde Howerton, city. Rose Nell Odom, nt. 1, city. Mrs. G. H. Hopper,-nt.-2, city. Mrs. J. R. FiiUpatrlck,' city. Stanley Cavasher, city. Walls Hospital Admitted— Odean Watson, Luxora. Leon Privett, city. Mrs. Lebern Tale, Burdette. Dismissed— Miss Mark Thrasher,. Dell. Dorothy Renegar, city. Memphis Methodtet Hospital Admitted- Mrs. A. R. Randolph. Wilson. Bohby Joe Parks, Osceola. Jerry Walker, city. .. Mrs. A? Stephens, St'cele, Mo. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted- Joyce Virginia McRae, Carulh- irsvllle, Mo. Memphis Baptist Hospital .Mrs. Leonard Bagwell, Wilson. -aruthersville Girl Bride Of Illinois Man CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., June G.—Miss Myra Milton, daughter )f Mr. nnd Mrs. I. E. Milton of his city, nnd Pvt. Robert Davidon stationed at Dycrsburg, Tenn , vlicrc he is with the Heavy Bom- Jardment Air School were married Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at he Baptist Church in this city with the Rev. D. K. Foster rending he ceremony. They were attended >y Mrs. Roy Alnswortli, Mrs. I. E. illlton, mother of the bride and Shirley Anne Alnsworth. Miss Milton, moved with her jarenLs from Carliondalc, 111., last September. She received her ed- icatlon in the Carbpndale Schools, ihc hns been employed at the Top Hat Cafe for some time. Private Davidson Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davidson of Car- jondale nnd upon completion of his education he joined the Army Air Corps some seven months ago. The young couple left for Dyersburg that afternoon and they vlll make their homo in that-city until the bridegroom is .transferred. , t OSCEOLA, Ark,, June 20,—Mitchell D. Moore,' son of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Moore of this city, received hh law, degree last week from Cumberland University at I^bniiotj, Tenn. •-, In addition, Mitchell won the essay award of $25 given annually by-Dr. W,..J;-Cameron, an executive of the Ford Motor Company, Detroit," Mich., for the best essay on some phase of American Industry. He wrote, his essay on "Post- War Industry and Heconstruction." International Law, Political Economy and Post-War Pliins have been his major interest in tlie pnsl two years of school nt Cumberland. Much of the material for his essay was gathered last Summer on a trip he made through Canada nml the eastern states Including several Interviews with prominent government officials and industrial managers. •Supplied with letters of Intro- 1 diictlon from Gov. Homer Adklns, the .youth left Osceola, going to Chicago,. Detroit and Eastern Canada with two nnd three-day stops In Windsor, Toronto, Ollowa, anc Montreali- At Otlawii he met anc talked with. Donald Gordon, Director of Price Control for Canada who furnished him with a guide for a trip over the government buildings. At Albany,. N. Y., he met nnd talked with Gov. Herbert H. Lehman and, members of his Post- War Commission, then to Schenectady lo meet David Prince, vice- president of'General Electric Company, who encouraged him in his studies, answered many of his question!! and permitted .him to be shown over many parts of the plant'. Mayor •LnGtiardln in New York was very -cordial and easy to know, said Mitchell, and took him to see several of Ihe housing projects In New York City nnd when he was ready to leave. gave him a personal letter of Introduction to Vice-President Wallace in Washington." He was;two reaching school nnd is remaining until the end of June lo mnke up trie time. He will report July 1 to Millsnps College, Jackson. Miss., to begin training in the Marine Corps Reserve in preparation for Olflcer Candidate School/ SATURDAY,.JUNE 26,.1943- CHURCH NEWS THE CflUKCH Of CHRIST West Alain, off 'Highway 61 • Oscar I,. Hays, minister • Bible study, 9:60 a. in. Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject, Tlie Religion that Saves. Preaching at 8:30 p. m. Subject Heart Felt Religion. Bible study and song drill Wednesday, 8:30 p. m. Evcryoiw 1$ Invited to all these services. Come and bring your children and friends, BAPTIST CHAPEL IJIIy Street Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Prearchlng service, 10:45 a. m. Rev. L. a. Miller, pastor of the New Liberty Baptist will bring the message. Preaching at 1:30 p. m. Miss Mary Alice Stephens Marries Chicago Officer OSCEOLA, Ark., June 26.—Mr. and Mrs. -E. H. Stephens announce the marriage of the oldest daughter, Mary Alice Stephens, to First Lteut Joseph w. Stusse of Chicago. . The ceremony was performed three weeks ago at St. Charles. Mo. -The bride is teacher of English and History in the Mehlville High School in St. Louis the past term and is novy attending State Teachers College, Capo Girnrdeau, Mo, where she will complete her Bachelor of Arts degree in July. She taught several years in the Mississippi County schools before going to St. Louis. The bridegroom, who was reared' in Chicago, is an instructor In radio engineering at Scott Field, III. Mrs. Stusse will teach again nex* term at the Mehlville High School In St. Louis. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL ' Sixth and Walnut Sts. 11 a. m. services conducted by lay reader, Lieut. Guy E.' Kagey of the Blytheville Army Air Field. Visitors are always welcome at these services. FULL GOSI'KL TABERNACLE 1.1 ly uud Vine .Street O. I/. Thicker, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. in. Worship, 11 a. m. Jr., B.Y.P.U., 0:30 p m. Sr., B.Y.P.U., 7 p. in. ' Evangelistic Service, 8 p. m. Mid Week Service Young People service, Tuesday 8 p. m. Prayer and Bible Stluly Friday 8 p. m. . Miss Mary Sue James Weds Baltimore Man . CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., June 26.—Miss Mary Sue Jahie's," daughter of Mrs. J. L. James and the late Mr. James of this city, and Mr. Edward H. LaSlour, Baltimore, Md., were married Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the church of the Episcopal Church In Baltimore, Md,, with the Rector of that, church performing the simple ceremony in the presence of relatives and n few friends. The bride, who was born In this city, received her elementary education here later attending Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, Miss., and the University of Missonri at Columbia where she majored in Home Economics. She taught in the Stcele High School and then entered the Nurses School at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore where she met the bridegroom. She will graduate from the nursing school early next year. LaSlour, a native of Baltimore, is a- Chemical Engineer connected with one of thu larger plants in the East. They will make their home n Baltimore where they have taken apartment. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Kijhth and Walnut O. 1. Chastain, pastor. Gene HartMt, associate Sunday School. 9:30 a. m. Preaching service, 10:45 a. m. • Pastor will bring the message, which will be broadcast over KLCN, 'Ihe choir will sing "Send Out Thy Light", by Gounod, oml Gene Barttett will sing '"me Lord's Prayer", by Malolle. Training Union, fi:30 p. in, Preaching service, 7:45 p. m. Baptismal service. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Robert Kiel, pastor Clh and Walnut Bin, Sunday School at-10:00 a. m. Divine services at 11:00 a.m. Sermon will be based on Luke 16, 1931, the story of the Hicli Man and Lazarus. Theme: "Life's Impassable Gulfs." Divine quarterly congregational meeting will be held next Sunday, July 4lh, Immediately after the service. We extend a hearty welcome to all the visitors in the city. Our comity still enjoys religious freedom. Visit tlie church of your choice. FIKST CHRISTIAN' CHURCH Main at Sixth R, Scull Balrcl, minister Bible School at 9:45. Morning worship at 10:50. "Ye arc' the Salt of the Uarth" Is-the sermon title. At the close of the worship service,' the new officers of (he Woman's Council will'be installed. Evening worship at 8 o'clock "The Unity of the Church" will be discussed. The Scriptures for study on this subject will be found in 1 Cor. 1-4. Many will want lo read these chapters In preparation for the sermon. Everyone, not attending church elsewhere,. Is cordially Invited to worship with us. On Tliureday evening at 8 o'clock will be- held the third nnd, last of the meetings for planning. All the members of the chinch should be present for this meeting. CHURCH OK IMMACULATE The Kf v. J. i. Thompson The Rev. Amos 11. Knderlln Sunday Masses at 7:30 a. in. and 10:30 a. m. Holy Hour for boys in service 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. Novcna In honor of our Sorrowful Mother, Fi'iday, 7:30 p. m. Weekday Masses at 0:30 a. in. and 8 a. m. FIKST OF ASSEMBLY OK GOB CHURCH Seventh and Ash Streets The Kcv. II. E. Simms, pastor Snndiiy School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Christ Ambassadors 7 p.m. Evangelistic Services, 8:15 p.m. Approximately 11,900,000 words ire spoken annually by the aver- ge man. Read Courier Neva -sant ads LAKH STREET METHODIST CHUKCll Bales Sturdy, jiaslor Church School, 9:50 n. m. Iver son Morris, superintendent. Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m "Paul's Confession To King Agrip pa" pastor's subject. Junior Youth Fellowship 7 p. m Intermediate Youth Fellowship 7 p. m . Senior Youth Fellowship 7 p. m Evening Worship, 8 p. m. "Wha Jesus Left. Us", pastors subject. Tuesday 8 p. in. Board of Stewards. Wednesday, 8:15 p. m., Prayer meeting. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Corner Main and Seventh The Rev. S. B. Wilford, pastor 9:45 a. in. Church School. U. S Branson, superintendent. 10:50 n, m., worship service. Tlie Rev. Gatlin will preach in the absence of the pastor. Special music—vocal solo, "A) In The April Evening" by Diack— Miss Hetty Jean Hill. Violin solo "Adoration", by Borowski—Private Maurice Wllk, former member ol the NBC Sqmphony. 0:45 p. m., youth fellowship meet j tigs. , You tire cordially invited to attend Ihc services of this church, were a welcome awaits you. The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COLD RAY, the mtdem, scientific wave. No heat—No machines. Drop In for details. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M 8. First Phone ZS32 Spotless Things Wear Longer! Whether U Is a shirt, a house circs.?, sheets, pillowcases or towels, we con promise yon they will wear longer If they are washed mid Ironed at this laundry. And, in times like these, every time we stretch Ihc life of anything that Is washed, we help Jus that much on the war production Hue. Things sent to us win wear longer and come home cleaner. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHOHE 418 FOR BETTKK DRY CLEANING STEAM LAUNDKY FIKST I'KKSIIYTKIUAN CHURCH James A. Obciholsfr, mini.slcr Sunday School 9:15 n in Morning Worship 11:00 'a 'm Theme and text, '"me Spirit and ii Br '?° Sily Como '" K c ™l«li°n :l7. Closing sermon of the series by the Reverend Woodrow Wilson Thrower, pustor of Glenview Presbyterian Church, Memphis Tenn Evening service, 8:00 p m Midweek service Wednesday 7'45 p. in. ' Choir pracelcc Wednesday 8-15 p. m. _ ' You nre cordially invited lo attend all Hie services of this church Visitors In the city arc especially w 5 iconic. "When we. go to Church we put ourselves in a position to receive a blessing mid be a blessing." Honor your Creator in reverent worship this Sabbath Uay. Ill/ Continuous Shows Every Day , Box Office Opens I:« Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN B:M »jn. K:K pjn. 4:30 p.m. Saturday ROY ROGERS KING,'.'.COWBOYS ~~ Bvir'.Tr--, fwxa-cM,-' TV-- ;• %fi*!i s A^1 Serial—'Tcrilk ' of Nyoka" 12 and Continnons Showing Sat. I to 11:30 Sunday and Monday STAR-GLITTERING MUSICAL) • with songs by ; and Hazel SCOTT Paramount News & Short Subjects ROXY Barnln Nfclit, Every Nijht Exo*j» Saturday. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Slarfs 7:00 Ccntlnnons Rhnw§ Sat. »n* Baa. SATURDAY It's not just me asking you to please wait if you can! It's all those telephones the Army and the war factories are using. They're mighty busy from 9 to 11 a.m. They keep telephone switchboards here so crowded that the calls I carry are likely to get in the way. So won't you-try to put off every local call you can until afternoon? Or after 8 in the evening? And when you've just tfof to call, please be as brief as you can. That way, you'll keep me from stopping a tanV or an airplane. ; mi rtuwif to- Serial—"Vanishing Men" 5 and Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sat. 1 lo 11:30 Sunday & Monday Fox News and Short Cont. Shoving San&iy 2;0fl

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