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1 > *, / s IVQ»TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)': COURIER NEWS M^t»m».u »••—.•£[ Woinan* ,8«eietyt,of > dhristian Sen Ice, Wret M*Ui«J« Church, will niett at 4 Sj) oclo«k *ith the following members. Circle One. Mrs Eugene Dickinson, Circle Two Mn,, A E HuntleV, Circle Three, Mrs Roland, Green, Clrple FOiir, iii-a p B Stevens,.Circle Five, Mrs fltab Atkinson, Circle Six Vu> W M Taylor, Circle Seven, Woman's Council, pjrtl Christian Clwircli, will meet* 9 30 n rn at the Red Cross bandsge ^obta Woman's MkiloUarj Union, First Baptist Ctiuivii, «IU me*$ B?/2 30 o'clock -t& Ihe church, f6r' uojal Service, brogrwn ,! . Woman's Auxiliary, Pirit. Pres- bvtwlaif'6liurc)i,,lneeUng al 230 p in at'churcli for birthday'party, business and Inspirational session Womanis . Society -sof Olj IstUn Seivice Lake • Street Methodist Church meeting it 2 30 () m Study group meets al (UP 1 in 'i > TUESDAYS EVENTS i Mrs W C Colston tntertllnlnK G N B Club , , Tuesday Brtdge> Club will meet v.lih Mis W C Hlgglnson Jirs J Farrls McCalla will be hostess to Double G Olub Hfis Victor(Stllwell entertaining tlie Ocla Bridge Club Lunge Parent Teachers 1 Association meeting 'at 3 pm al the school > >• WEDNESDAY'S, EVENTS Mrs William Koch entertaining 400 Olub al home of Mrs William Yatcs ADC Club meeting with Mrs William Dole 1 !! , , , > Mis Eugene Dickinson .entertaining the Wednesday Contract Club Town and Countri Olub will me=t with Mrs O .W (McCutehen Past Matrons and Patrons Club ttlll meet, B pm, with Mrs Raleigh 6j heeler THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs R F Kirthner Vill be ho te s to Thursday Luncheon Club < Mld-Weelc Olub will meet ,wtth Mrs M O Usrey Mrs William Lalnbert will entertain Triple Taljle Olub May Day B.-eekfast nil! be held In social room oJi\ First Methodlk Church; * -Baptist: Training' Union, 100 per centers will ha\e ii Hamburger supper, 8 o clock, at First Baptist Church Mrs Lynn Brown is entertaining the Double Four Olub Major Hohrhan Returns With Bride To Live Here Major Daniel' Leonard Hohman, dental »urgeo>i at^Bfylhtvllle Army Air Field, and his itride.me former Miss" Ethel Catherine MeCar- dell of Hafcerston, Md , have arrived here following their Jnarrlage, brilliantly Bolomenized. lasl Saturday afternoon at Hagerston, ! wliere the bride's family long has lived They ate at home at H15 West Main H ' The ceremony, -which t<sok place at St Johns Episcopal ohiuvii, «as attended vby a number oi out of town guests ' from dkliint points Given W maVrlage by her father, Thojnas Edward McOaWell the bride wore a' fqll-sklrled .gown of while shadow-print organza trimmed with ruffle of matching hi&ter- ial Her fingertip 'veil fell from o close fitting 'cap taSA die had a spray ol .white vreetneas and valley lilies In Jier hair £he v rairrlsd white snapdragons end^h'er only ornament v):U a blue Wedgewoodibrooch^an/Iielrloom In her njother s family i Her maid of honor wore jellow mar^ylEetie andVsunlltarly made gowps oJ blue marquisette were Horn by tbe four bride Jnalde »ho carried pink snapdragons for an att Active color arrangement against a setting of white lilacs and snap- draiohs, palms and .ferns the bride's parents enlerlaindd wlttf a reception al Hotel Hamilton at which they » ere assisted by Mr pndrMis Albert David Hohman of McConnellsbbrg, Penn , parents of the ^bridegroom. Mrs {Jratimari, who was graduated from Hagerslown-H<gh School and attended University of Maryland Baltimore, _ for^ three sears was graduated sevfral months ago from Johns Hopkins School of Nuislng In 'Baltimore: Major Hohman, one of the first officVrs to arrive here after the air base^as established, is a graduate of University of Pittsburgh. . » » . Informal Party Held For Freshman Group Tlie 2* students In Mrs Lucian E Coleman'E home room of the Freshman Class In high school were given, a part> last night before the group Is dismissed for summer vacation The affair, planned \>y Mrs Rus- Army Officer Mississippi Gill Heie Miss Jewel TalbeU of UUettj Miss, came to Bl>thevltle foi hoi Bedding to First Went Join) Wailiack'of MuOomb, Miss, DOM an Instnietor at BljtheUllc Aimj Air Held The home ot Mrs a W Rllla- ntinty, Where Lleuteunnt Warnnck fomieily lived, was the betting for me rites yeiformtd Wedncsdaj niiht. b> the Rev S 15 Wilfonl pastor of First Methodist chimli A background of ulritr- blossoms was arranged and flooi vases ol pink p*or.tes milked the Impio \lsed alt*} before which the jjiHhl couple exchanged theli vows Mis ChaiUs Balnes scivod u- the bildev attendant and 1 lout Alexandei McNa\en was bist mm Allowing the service rm Infoi mal leccptlon was held foi the wedding guests felloty officers of Ihe bildegioom and thclj whcs A llere^l wedding eiiko smiound ed by pink and white sv,capias foimed the centcipletc of thr je fresliment table fiom whu.li i.iki and punch were sei\<-d Lieutenant Wainncl' and his wide aie ot home on Noith nnnk lln Street * * * Bill Moise Elected To HeadS A C Giotip Bill Morse son ot Mi and Mis Byron -. Morse, lias been elected president of Ihc aigirm Alpln Tp sllon national social fraleinllj, al Unlvetsilj of Aikaiit.is rajette \llle, foi the coming jeai At the age of 18 he Is the >oungest member e\ei elected lo this position by the chaptei thcie A member of the fiophomoie class he Is eludjlng lo he a phj- Elcian DAUGHTER BORN TO SMOTHERMANS .A;daughter, was lx>rn May 9 lo Cpip. ami Mrs.- Louie Smotbernum of Salem, Oregon 'Hie bain has been named Judith Lynn Mis Smothennan ts the foiniei Mist, Martha Flnklea of UK UK vllie • •' . FIDFI.IS CLASS KAS TACK* PARTY •The Fidells Sunday School Class ol the First 'Baptist Church held a party-tost, night nt the home ot Mrs.. Russell We'rt. Tills tacky port was given for the winning side of the "Three Months Enlargement Contest staged be- '•veen.:two. groups of the class. Clever costumes which had been buried.in old trunks from attics dilation for 121 Hlylhcville youngsters who will cnlcr flr.st grade np.vl Mill because of Ihe greeting cxUndod I hem yeslerduy aflerhooii when (hey went lo Ihelr various ;choob to register. Instead of the grim-faced teacher, which many nxpetled,' lliey fcund smiling hostesses 'welcoming them to a.lea. party....As. u.result thesi children are looking forward will) imllcluadaii (o, (heir grdat adventure into school life next nil ' •..-." There were 49 registered at Sud'- bnry. 40 to Lange, Yinbro, eight and Central, 24, I^aiigc scliOpl, under the direction of Ihc Par- cnl-Tcacher Association, held a health clinic, so the chlldreh enter- lug there n're vacclnatea and rendy for their school life. When tiio nrnil c-biini | s mAtJe there will be more -children enrolled It was pointed out by. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner,- grade school supervisor, bctau.se sdinc • could noL atlc-iul yoslcrday due '(o-ilines-s ' Bits of Mostly Personal C I' Clravc.s left last'nlgliL for Chlcniio-wlicrc lie will spend-several .diiys attending lo busln'css. ' Mra. nelle Brnudn Meyer.s ' of Memphis is. spending several' days here, as Ihc guest of Mrs. Joe Mcy- cis Dr. I. R. Johnson, who \indcr- went an operation recently at Memphis .Baptist Hospital, Is.much improved and will return to his home Monday. Mis c. s.'Stevens,' who has been quite ill. Is at osceola at the home of. her daughter, Mrs. L. Q. B. Young nnd family where she is resting. Miss June Workman wen I to Jonesboro today where she will visit friends nt Arkansas Slate College. Miss Workman attended (Ills college last year, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Llndsey of Washington. N. C., arrived yesterday for a visit with Mr. Lindsay's .sou, chaplain Julian Llndsey and family. Mr. Llndsey will go to St. Louis Monday where he will attend the. notary Internallonal convention ns a representative from his home club. Mrs. Llndsey will remain for n longer visit. Capl. and Mrs. W. C. Stolte will occupj the house nt 1312 Holly St., recently vacated by Mr. nnd Mrs Adolpli Helulcke. , Mrs. P. n. Smith nnd Mrs. L U - Rally Will Open'At Full Gospel Church A prophetic rally, to be held next week at Full .Gospel Church on Lilly street, Is sxpected.lo draw large audiences, according to (.),<>' pastor, the ru;v, Clifford '1'hackei- The Rev. George- Griffith -of Kansas city, widely known through the west as a prophetic preacher'' will be in charge, nsslsfeil |jy the'" 1 pastor, lie ..said, ... The church orchestra will furnish special music for the services to be held for five nlghl.s at 8 o'clock beginning Moliday. , -. ...'. Theme to he illsca^sed Monday night will be "Why i Believe tlie World Stage Is Being Sel For ,'the Anti-Christ" In which he will tell ivlint nationally he believes . the 1 new "Anll^hrkf will be; how lie will euiitral nnd how the world will sol rid or him, he has •announced. - ' - . : Subject for the Kcrmoii: Tiiesdny night will be "Why I .Believe the •Second Coining of 'Christ •' is Al Hand." ... .-, , "Life After Death' Is , to .lift the subject for Wednesday.nlgVil. : At The Hospital* IHytheville Hospllat ' Admitted— ' • ' ,' ;; ' ' Ben need, Canithersvllle, • Mo. ^ Mrs. Hay. Me Williams,- city. , > . Dismissed— ••- ---'•Billy licnry nobwt.soii, city.'. Walls Hospital • Admitted— . ..•••:-.. Donald samples, Caruthcrsville Mo. . • •„ Mrs. A. F. Robinson, Mjuiila.' :' Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted— U M. Ross, city. • • . : ;: Memphis Methodist llospltal Admitted— • Mrs. R..L. Maxwell, Osccoln; Mrs. Dick constant, Caruthers- vllle, Mo. d were served for dinner, wns covered - here. Mr. Wariley will be nc with a flowciEd cloth nnd held fov United States eight w f t,.n,i • fin...». r, n '"•"••'»•• "in BIJ 10 n sciioa n York- Nld lowers. Candles own, Va. A family reunion was icld last night nt the home of his for light. .Prlies'were- awarded Mrs. Charles Baggelt and Mrs, John. Buchanan for having the laekiesl costume. Later. In the evening, strawberry shortcake was served to ..tlic'24 numbers and one guest, Mrs. D. ji. Huntoh. Children Entering School Need Birth Certificates Since birth certificates arc necessary for grade children before they are allowed to enter the Blytheville schools, a procedure hns been mapped out for the benefit of those patents who ,i!o not have birth certificates .for their children. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary supervisor of city schools, says: • "Secure blanks from the county health unit In (he co ,nt house These are furnished tree of charge. .„•-"Take..the blank to the attending physician and have him fill It dtit- : "If it Is Impossible tn, contact the physician who attended the mother nt the child's birth, the clerk iii the ofTlce of the counts health unit will help the parent:, establish the child's birth record "If the parents want ihe certificate r nicd permanently it must he recorded in u,e local health plHcc After .being recorded there, It wll be sent to the Bureau of .Vita) Sln- tlslles. Tills will cost 50 cents." Pre-School Children Surprised And Happy : School will hold a greater' fas- Mrs-! E J» Woodsoti and Mrs' J W. Slwuse, was al Ihe shouse home A picnic, supper was served on the, yard- and M a t ne boy, alld girls danced on His sun powh inients, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Wadey. . .... Mrs. Mell Brooks Jr., went, to Memphis yesterday to be with her Mother, Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr.. who is ill in the Memphis Baptist Hos- )llhl. Mrs. Brooks went with her mint nnd uncle ,Mr. nnd Mrs. c. '. Tucker who are cnroiile to ryro, Miss., for a short visit. G. G. Candlll returned from Roch- :sler. Minn., today where he has Jeen at Mayo's clinic'.undergoing nn operation. His condition is very good. Mrs. Samuel P. Nb'rrls will leave iomorrow night for Rochester, Minn,, where she will enter Mayo "Illnlc for examination. Mrs. J. w. Klmes of St. Louis. Is spending several days here as the guest of Mr. ami Mrs. W. M. MckciiKlc and Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson. Capt. and Mra. Vance- Norileet nre vacationing al Point Clear, Aln., with a group of Memphis friends. Mrs. James s. Weatherhy, who has been in Shreveporl, Ln., for the past eight weeks with her mother who is seriously ill, returned here this morning. L. M. Ross is In Memphis Baptist Hospital where he underwent a minor operation this morning. , Dr. 11. A. Taylor will go lo Little Rock tomorrow where he will attend (he State Dental Convention M be held there Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday of next week Miss Wilsle Phillips of Newiieini Tenn.. Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Vleloj Stllwell and family. Penal population of French Oul- ann consists ot about 0000. IN MKMOKIAM ; We can not say, and will hot say That yon are dead—you are just a'wny. : With a .cheery smile and a wav6 of your hand y You have wandered Into nn un^ known Iniul. You have left us dreaming how very fair It must be, since, you llngei- there. And we, who are here, must yearn For the old time step arid the glad 1 . return. ; • : We think of you faring oil, as dear in the love of There as the love of Ik-re. We think of you still as the same each day Ypu me hot dead—you are last .,i «"?• ,-it . ., -. ..,', .-, . Mrs. c. M. Olivet',' wife '"' "' Mrs. Norman Bunch, daughter •Johri'H, Smith was fined,ts on I iiuilt'y plea to a' charge or spced- . . Club Newi Note* ' Tlie fjlwervaiice of Belter Home Week was carried out In the meet- Ing of the flat I,ake Honte Demonstration Club Tuesday afternoon when Gene Bartlett, musical director of the First Baptist Church, was guest speaker:"His 1 topic was: "An Ideal .Home." Mrs. o. I', Abbott, better homes chairman, arranged the • program which Included:!! discussion on ta- tye manner;), and well-balanced menu. This was-presented by Mrs, J,' J. Bui ns. • The origin of Mother's bay was told by Miss Beatrice Hargelt. The making of a hoi)se coat was demonstrated by Mrs. W. A. Coal- tor. . ._ Hefi'eshmeiiLs were served (luring Ihc social.hour by Mrs.'.Murphy Itambo and .Mrs. 1 Hiiriis. .a ' '• A tour of. homes :in ..tlic;county^ on May'25 .will ''climax' the'annual study on- "better" lidinfts-'by' this- club. ,' . ' " Other eifc.sls .••• Included • '• P.' . J.' Deere, con'nty supeVlntehu'ent • of, Kchopb. Mr;i'... Prcemiiji itybihson hud MivEaiigUl who tire : in charge of the dlslrlctjO.; S. Y. A. classes.•' • Mrs.cEssli: Davis; county, nutrition tinder, Is'in charge of-- the -local el»ss.v r. •• . • . ;. SliiwijiBcr's. Cathedral, finest in Norway, was. founded by an Englishman In (he.. I Hh century, , .World's, largest and . most Vjeau- tlfnl explored caverns are the' Carlsbad-Caverns of New Mexico. KBS .qiVK : TKA j .. ' Tile 'Siib-Ue^).s. a. Natlonnl Federated Club for hlgli school girls, entertained .-with a /oiinal ten at the home , of otje of'Its' members, Miss . Barbara Blomeycr. .The tea was for Senior High School girls, fa'culty: -inenib'ers, dnd; mothers'of the Sub-Debs cliib-hiemb?i£.- . Club officers., In < fofmaf latllrc, received, and oilier members assisted at the tea table and entertained with musical numbers., Guests registered upon entry in .the guest book, and .received, a nosegay, tied wilh the club color, gold and .white. .*-..* '•,.'• ANKbilNCE MARRiAr.K OF UAIKIIIIKR ,- Mr. and Mrs. John-i\V, Aslii-r Tlnirsday announced ••(herinarrlagc of- their.daughter, Miss'--Margaret Alice, to . George Frniicis : Finger, Ihe ceremony occurring i Sunday. March 21, at Hyalt-sviUe,. Mary- la,n'd.- Mrs/. Finger'Us'"the. olily daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Asher: She retelyed her education .in local schools whei'c she .was talented in inuslc. She later ; attended George Washington University inv.Washliig r ton, -D. 'c., and studied .voice.-Bhe has ; been makiiiif. her home in Washington for the past 1 two years, "where ' 1'cr brothers, John- and Philip 'A.sher, reside with their families. • •; . i COURTS A nominal number of cases have been heard during the past "week's sessions of Municipal CoUrt Harmon and R. I,..prnzi<!i-, each were fined $25 on n charge or driving while under the influence of in- toxlcatlng liquor nfter having entered plens of guilty disturbing the peace charges rc.siilted Disturbing the peace dirges rc- 'Minted in Lonnic Perkins forfeit- ng a bond of 420.25; Lena Tell being fined $10 on a guilty plea; James Evans, the same- '"Buddie" Farmer and Mark Campbell each lined $10 and sentenced to 30 days » guilty pleas but the sentences •ere suspended. Panhandling was the charge aced against P. c. Owen.,, whose 10 tint; on a guilty plea was sus- ended. Edith Lock ->,,(, Wcn . Louhp Vr glit each were fined $10 on a "Illy pica of violation of Acl 240 Disposition of the case against -averno Cnlilwell, urrestgd on a harge ol vloltlon of Secton 131 MIS not shown. Lane Brook forfeited n bond ot in unstated amount on a champ if vagrancy. lt Petit larceny charges resulted In •rankle Loyn being f inC( , $,J' 0 giillty plea and J QC !*e Duford being fined MO nnd sentence t 0 days on a guilty plea MISS MART CWbfc BROWN ' BRU* OT 8MOf. UUJCOS Mr and Mrs C F. Bro*n Jr, iinnouiwe • the m»rri««e of their dau»hier,'»0« XUry Clyde Brown, to StTfi John Leila*, o? Pwbody M»«,<iiow,«t«tloned *t the Bly- The wwdlng va* "held at » p m.'.iUM M.tue midenceor the ^'tP'J^ ChMUln, who perform- Wanted to Buy CITY HOMES In Blytheville I have a number o{ clients who wish to buy homes in Blytheville and nearby—All types of homes are wanted. The time to sell property is when there are buyers—and—I HAVE THE BUYERS. Please list for sale properly with me. Russell E. Riales Goff Hotel SALESMEN':, City and Farm Property •';.' Phones 2028-2029 Luther Gray, Rlylhrt'lllc-Bob Green, Osceola CHAPTER.DM MEETS .•Mrs. Earl .Long : was hosltss -to Clmpte'r DM-of 111 c P.-E. O. Moil- clay evening. During - llic hiLsinesB 'sessiou. • a, letter .was read from Mrs. Htizel Wintlle, new .state!i)rts- ident, ui>|X>lritin^ Mrs. Znida Cbl- llhs to (lie Stale Board.of Pinaiicei Mis. R. U Ward, delegiite to ; ,the recent Slat* P. E; .O. Convention •In SI. Louis, gave a report on the '(.'ohvtnUoii. - • : Tlic Chaplbr will meet May 24 for 'Hie final session before the Summer vacation period. Tills-will be <a Vatioiied Imicheoii at 1 o'clock, 'frith Mrs. Olias, G. Ross and Mrs. Guy E. Miclile ns hostesses. i • ^ • • KASTERN STAR'MEETS .,: Chapter - No.. «5, Eastern , Slav, met; Tiiesday .\vilh eighteen niem- Jjers present.. Mrs.-w: L". .Gantvell, .^ortiiy matron, prUitiipir. Ahnomice- iuent was made of the School of Tns'tr'jictloa for the 51st District 'which, vcas, held at ke'nn'elt Wed- desdiiy 'evening. Plniw were inn'de for the official visit of the District D'epjity Grand Matron al the next "meeting, }Hay 25. , . - .• : • • ' • fctJCKV. NINK CI;UB MEETS ,..',^ti'S'. iMeu., Bdsworth "and Miss Pauline Garrett were' guests .Monday evening .wlieii Miss Marie Stanek ejitcit'aiiicd for- Jier Lucky Nine Bridge Clnh. .Miss Jo judu held high; and Miss ' Onrrett brldgoccl.'""Eafch received War •Stamps. The. hostess served light refreshments during the evening. • ;•••.. ORGANIZATION- ENTERTAINED The Girls Auxiliary Organization of the Baptist .Woman's -Missionary Union mei'.at tub church Monday afternoon.'(or a program, in keeping with this being annual Focus Week.•.jMrs... Clyde Lotion,- one' of the sponsors, gave the devotional. The program was ^on the WMU training, .velibol at Louisville, : Ky., aiid Missss Prances.Jackson, Joyce Cook, DlQkie »ind Norma Jean Williford an<l/;.Wanda. Sharids assisted In presenting the jirograni. Betty Slmtuls had charge of .the,business meeting. 'Mrs. Charles DOrroh. president of WMU, gave a talk, and Ihc group also heard the ftev. D. K. Ptoter, jrastoi- of Die church. During tlie social hour, the girls were served Ice cream and cake by the WMU. te'rhood , was enlciitalned 'by Mrs. Chllds . Bciiy Monday •••afternoon, with 10 jii'fsenl. Mrs. Earl Powell presided. Viirloas . officei'.s gave monlhly rciwrts. .Following tlic l)ii>;lncEs session, Mrs. Powell, chapter delegate to ihe Stale l>. E. o. CpnVciidon,.gave nn Interesting re- nort-on' convention activities. The ho.',tf,sK served .sandwiches, cookies, tea and nuts during the social period. * left. fiw«l«y evening for Hastings, Neb., where Mr. Gailhcr Is located on n project ns government en- Sinew They had visited for several days In this city .with his parents; Mr. and Mrs. Ed"GnlUieV " Mr. and Mrs. W. l,. Caiilrcll nnd son, Kobcrt. arrived 'iMcsdny from I ' lc Tr° la ;., Pltt i > «•'«>•«" "t«ey' had vis lei! willi llicfr dajigliler, Mrs. Milton Lowevy and iww giand- d-.iufhler. * SATURDAY, MAY 15, J943'.' CHURCH NEWS PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Slrepis Robtrt Biel, pastor Divine services Sunday at 11 a in. Sermon topic for the day "The Christian's Attitude Toward Getting Hich". Text-.. I Tim. C:-C-12. Sunday School.al 10 a. in Sunday School Teachers' Nfcc-Unc Thui-sday at 4 p. m. Out Day School und Sunday School jilcnlc will lie Friday from II n. in. until 4 p. m. in the park A cordial Invitation is extended Die general public lo a't'lend the services of this church, visitors in the city arc especially: welcome "He that, followeth Me shall not walk, in daikne.ss, but have tin- light of lire." (John 8- P) 3 .PROGRAM/..GIVEN. . An Interestine Nature ,Program was'presented at the ' Woman's Club meeting Wednesdcay , afternoon, with Mrs. E.< G. Roland, chairman of .the Civic- Improvement ComniHtee, in charge. * •\Joe Muir gave a'talk''on ."Songbirds of. Missouri," Nittss• iiyiarjoile Ashcinft sang '"A Browii Bird Si/iging,'". and Miss ;Jo'aii Pierce, daughter of one of the • members, gave a violin solo, "Dragon Flies." The closing number was .'a solo by Victor 'Cromer, "My Victory Oar- den," •-' ', •: :• » * • • -" ' ••Floyd Wilks,.who has.-been a ,pn- .tient ,in- the Veterans Hospital in Meeniphis, teiin.. for sevfral weeks, lias arrived home anil .will ; spend several weeks here with his family. '. Lieut, and Mrs. A. b. Martin aiui two children of-iliidepehd_ence, Kansis, arrived Tuesday for -a.' short visit 'With his mother, - Mrs. Ada Martin'. Tliey 'Will 'go,from herY to Sikes'tbn, where Dr; Martin was practicing before lie entered the service. ' " ' ,•' -. ' Miss Edna Ann Schult,: ilaughter of. Judge-and-Mrs. L. H. Schult of this city, is home ; from Lafayette, Ind.-, where"- she -has been • attending Purdue University. • Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Homer rc- li'miea 'Tuesday ("ram., St., Ixuiis where Uicy.- had spent, the. week end as guests of-Mr. Romerls par- ': Mrs. .A. .P. Kersey"left, .e'ariy IhLs- week by plane for New York City, where she mil join tier son, Alonzo, a jnember .of the Merchant Marine, wlm is .in New York harbor for a few: day's. Alonzo enlisted on the We.s-t Coast, and .Jm seen jniieh foreign service since.'His ni'ost recent .trip was lo Htissia. : .' E. L.' Bradshaw, Hector, Ark., was in I his. city Tuesday attending ,to business matters., ; -' .Mr. and Mrs.'Ralph nushing of Ccoter attendeit lo isusihcss in this city Tuesday. Miss Mary Sue Jnmc.s, datighter of .Mrs. J. L. James of "this city, is visiting from Baltimore, Hid., where they had gone to attend 'the Jolnv Hopkins Hospital. She will remain here during tlie month of May. ' , . .• Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Luten returned Tuesday from . Waco, Texas, where the yhnct gone to attend the graduation of their daughter, Miss Imogehc, who received her degree from Baylor University in that city. Miss Luten accompanied her parents hoirVe. nnd will spend the Summer • here. , • Mr. and Mrs. Edward..Gaither [.I. GOSl'KI, TAHKKNAOLE • IJly at Vhift Sis. Clifford l~ Tliaikff, p a s( or Sunday School, 0 :•!!>. Preaching. II :00. Junior p. Y. P. A., C:3o. Senior i>. Y. p. A, 7:oo. Evangelistic Service, 8-QO Midweek .services: Young People's service—Tuesdav night—3:00: '• • Prayer inrtling, Bible studv— Fi'i- day nlelil—8:00. CIIUR'CH OF IMMACULATE COXCtPTlON Tlie Rev. J. J. Thompson Tlic Rev. -Amos Jl. Ehderlih Sunday Masses'at.7:30 a. m and 10:30. a. .m. . Holy . Hour for boys iti service 7:30 lo'8:30 p. m. Novena in hoiior of our Sorrowful Mother, Friday., 7:30 p. m. Weekday Dasses at G:30 a. m. nnd a. m. •ST. STK1>HEN'S~ EpisCOI'AL Sixth aiia Walnut Sis 11 a. m. Service's conducted by lay reader, Lieut. .Guy E. Kagey of the Blytheville. Armv Air Held Visitors are . always welcome al these services. , .' l.AKl! STREET METHOblST CHURCH Kates Sturdy, pastor Church School, 0:50 a. hi. Morning Worship 10:55 a. m. "How to overcome Evil". The )>is- lor's theme. Junior Fellowship 7 p. in. Intermediate Fellowship 7 p.'in Senior Fellowship 1 p. in. Evening worship 8 p. m. '"Tlie Friiit of the Spirit is Patience". Aii invitation is extended to ev.- ery .one lo attend. CALVARY IU1T1ST CHURCH G. W. Archer, pastur. 10 a. m. Sunday school. . ' 11 a. m. Morning Worship. Subject: "Things We .Believe." 7^30 p: HI. Baptist training union 8:30 p. in. Evening worship. CALVARY BAl'TIST SIISSION 0:45 a. in. Sunday school.- The public is invited to attend these .services." FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Jaiiifs';A. Ovcrholscr, minister . .' Sunday School, a:45 a. m. >Moriilng worship, 11:00- a. in Sermon subject "The Curse of MeTo/.!' Text. Jiulfecs 5:'23.''" Evening worship 7:30 p. ni Theme', and .text: "Lead Us Not in-' lo Temptation, But Deliver u« From Evil," Midweek services Wednesday : 7:fj p. in. Choir rehearsals: Senior, Wednesday 8:15 p. in.; Junior, njdav 4:0fl. ; p. m. You are cordially Invited (o nt- lend Ihe service and lo have'a art- In Ihe work and worship of ils church. Visitors In the city re, especially welcome. TIIK CHURCH OF CHRIST. Wf*l Main oft' Illnhiiay 111 •. Oscar I.. Hays, MinistVr •Bible Study at <J:50 a.m. Preaching at 11 a.m. Subject: Christian Fellowship." Acts 2:12. Bible class at 7:30 p.m. Preaching al 8 p.m. Subject: .Tlie Method of.Fellowship in the liceliinltiE Of the Clnuch." Bible study and song practice, p.m. Wwlnewlny. Everyone Is inviti'd to all ol these ervlces. Come and lirijii; yniil- licnds. ' CHRISTIAN 'SCinNCE SliHVJCES : HIC Wesl Main Slrkt . MORTALS AND IMMORTALS Ls lie.'subject 'of the. Lesson-Sermon vhlcli-.wlll'be read in nil Churches mil Societies of -. iho Cluu'-cli of 3hiis-t..Scl(!n(ist, on Sunday, May 10,4343. , The; GoJdeii Texl.-is "Henceforlli uioVy.welno man after the flesh." "i .Corinthians 5 : ip. Among tlie citations which com- .ilEO; the Lesson-Sermon ; is lite ollp'wlng -from" the Bible: "Hi- aid-, unto them. Ye are from be- i'ea(h;.-r am from aliove: ye lire of .his .world; I am not of this world." John-8:23. 1'. K. O. CHAPTER C,V MEETS Chapter GV of the P. E. O. Sis- Announcement We have secured the services o{ David S. :Geddis, Sr., Formerly of St. Loliis, as general manager of fair shop ^lf. Gcddis hna. been actively' engaged in floral work for nuiny years, Ijotii in St. Louis and Chicago, ahd is skilled in' all phases of dorni Work— funeral, wedding, corsages, otc. The Flower Shop TIM1S Fhohe The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COLD RAY, the modern, Scientific wive. No hjal—No machines. Drop In for details. MARGARETS BEAUTY SHOP 104 8. First phone 2532 Work Clothing Doesn't Get Too Dirty For Us! Keeping war workers' clothes spotlessly clean is one of the new laundry war jobs which lias rhuscd the War Man- |io.\ycr Commission lo He'clarfe laundries an ''essential" war industry! l v hohc foV .service today! FOR BETTER LAUNbRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTER DRY CLEANING .FIRST CHKISTIAN Cjlililtf.il • Main at Sixth H. Scott Bainl, miiiislei Bible School. 0:45. Morning worship, communion, ind sermon, 10:50, The .seiinon subject will- be, "The Hour of Dc- isfon." Evening..worship. 8:00. "Tlic Bi)le. Comes Alive" will'be. continued ,ith a fuithci study on I Thessn- omions This is n .study which will:help people to become beXte'r acquainted with 'the Bible and help hemselves;tb study it 'fqr them- eHes Everyone Is cordially invited to .Iiesc services. Continnouj Showi Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 • Show Starts 2:00 , , LISTEN TO KI.CN 8.M am. 12.45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Saturday. Serial "Penis of Nyoka" C & Short Cent. Showing Saiur. 1:00 to 11:31). Sunday and Monday Paramount News & Selected Sh«>H ROXY Biriain Nlfht Every NtJht,Ei<*pV < , Saturdaj. BUT Office Opeas G:I5 Show Starts 7:00 C«ntlniieiM Sh«wi Sit. »nd SU. Saturday 'JESSE JAMES AT BAY i Serial "Overl.inrt Mall" 14 & Sliort Continuous Showing Sat. I to H:30 •".'•' Sunday & Monday 'How's Akut It! .with tlie Anrtrc.w.i Sisters • Fftk Ntw« »nd Selected Short*

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