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PAGE ?W,Q BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 19-M Mrs. Lynch Entertains Honoring Miss Affiick Birthday Dinner Honors William Cagle Wednesday ^frs IJ A Lynch enterlnlhr-d 12 Willliiin Csifi'.e was guest ol lion Euesfs yesterday afternoon wild a or at a bfrtliday dinner given itmcheon In special compliment to Wednesday night when Mrs, Cflgle Miss Mary Jean Afflict;, whose eiHeitalned at, tliclr homeion $outh marriage to Lieut. William Robert Lake street Harllgan will be'solemnized .this'af- ternoon. Guests were seated nt •• the large riming table which had as a centerpiece s silver epergne filled p'ith pink tulips and blueHris, while the I .*._.) i Tulips, Iris 'nnd splrcn decorated the entertaining rooms of the house. ' ' ; following dinner (he guestsspent the evening ml Info:mnl entertain pins tulips aua ome iris, wmie ine m . n . nd - ai, j^-i; nrciehtW places of (he guests were marked Sf n L B *,, J M n 'M, pt * Sentol with Individual corsages.of Iris, tied with pink ribbon. Place of the guest of lionor was signified by a corsage 1 : of pink" carnations, fad with iris blue. 'ribbon '•• to • further Mi Cnglc wltli|a gift. included among the gueil-s were the following fjom bill" of towii: Hussell nnd O.\ Williamson, both of Poplnr Blnrj, Mr, Owens" of of caio ouUip1nandl«csheme l ' c fP I!/cllf * 1 ' dcau '\ an , <1 T - Erwl "' of A three course luncheon wns Clmffee, Mo. AIJ the guests were scned md guests later gnthpred 1n M r .. ca ?!. c ', s co-_\yorkcrs. employees the living loom of the house for an hour of informal entertainment. . Tulips and other : rnixed. Spring i lowers were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms, while .V large Easter lily featured'the decoration of the, library, Mrs. Lynch presented'Miss Afflick with silver"in her selected pat- tcrn. • « * Maniage Is Announced At Dmnei Paity S^tuiday of the Frisco nlillroad. Bridge Club Entertained : Mr. and Mrs. W. C. HigBlnson entertained Thursday night at their liomc on Chlcknsirwba Avenue when their gucsls were 'members of the Thursday Night Bridge Chin and Mr. niid Mrs. Louis Nash. Bridge was played In the living room, gay with a variety of Spring blossoms. High score prizes were won by Mrs. Doyle Henderson and Russell Furr. • ' A dessert course was served the A marriage which came as n surprise to friends' was announced Saturday night when M!=s Char- . six couples" present. !ott« Eimins entertained uith a! dinner party at the home of her parents, on West Ash Street, Unique bridal place cards- bear- ins the names of Miss Margaret Helen McKelvy and William Leon Redman announced the couple's marriage. The .ceremony was celebrated March 19 nt the home of W P Hale, justice of the peace, in Osccola, with Mr. Hale officiating. Double Four Club Meets Mrs. Howard Frlsby of Memphis, ;was .a 'gu'est 'of Mrs. Ed B. Cook when she entertained members of the Double Four Club Thursday af : ternoon at her home on Kentucky Avenue. Iris from the garden of the hostess were used to decorate the living room, where bridge was played during the afternoon. Mrs. A. E. Hetiry hnd high score and Mrs. Theodore I/igah second high. 'A desBerl course was served. P • ' » ^' Entertains Luncheon Club , Mrs. Edwin Robinson was hostess ' ' Only; attendants were: Miss Simms • who served ns maid of .lunar,';and Sonny Weaver who was Mr. Redman's best mru). The bride .wore, a dress of gold wool with brown accessories, while Miss Simms wore a frock of tipple green and black accessories. Airs. Redman,-who is.the dnugh- tei of Mr= H C Porter of Ely-. thcvilie, is n member of the junior to' members of the Friday'Luncheon class of Bljtlievllle high school, Club "yesterday afternoon at 'her where she plans to complete this home, 'when she also entertained yeir^uork J three guests, Mrs.' A. G.-Hnll, Mrs. Mr Rednvm, the son of Mrs A. W- C. Gates and Mrs. A. E. Kunt- N. Redman or Hickmim, Ky., has le >'- beon cmpiojed nt BlvtheUlle Army, Tulips, roses rind llllles of the vnl- Air FiHd/but has'now icturned lc J formed a colorful setting lor to HM man,'where he will be em- t}ld smtll l tables arranged In the piojcd .and v here his b<-ide plans Uv!ng rooln where luncheon was to join him later ( served. The Simms home was gny with', In tne hrlc '8 e - S Bmcs -P'nyed dill- Spring flowers effectively arranBcd " E the n^rnoon, Mrs. Cates rein the'entertaining rooms Guests ^^} ^ gh scol ' e P r [™, Rnd ' Mr6 ' . included members of the group of '""' " lu fti school students known as Mrs C hcsh,er Jr . of Do . troit Mich, was an out of-town . ^. Joyner Is Hostess Mrs. Edgar Borum and Mrs. Car... ^ 01 Blfikcmorc were guests' of Mrs. „ . ,P. 13. Joyner when she entertained Blllhday Party Is Given : - i m ™. bells of ,'"« Thursday Contract Gcorg'iann.Hatchctt.daughte/of'St ^.«?*«y- «^»bbn .at 'her home on Hollj Street ' '' Games \\ere plajcd with Janet Dickinson' and Sarah Ann Smolher- F'an nimung-'the prizes ^ Refreshments carrying out the rmk nnfl while color scheme were served. ' Mis. Smith Is Hostess Tulips and iris decorated "the .entertaining rooms of the J. D. Smith home iesterday afternoon when Xii^. Smith was hostess to members of the CBC Club for their weekly bridge game. High score prize was won bj Mrs. O O Flkins, second high b> Mrs. Pwl Rjrum nnd bridgo by Mrs W S Langdon A dessert course BIS served t lets forihing'a centerpiece for each tnble. Vases of flahilrig red tulips were used .elsewhere in the room. Mrs.' Henry 'Humphreys received high score prize and Mrs. G. E. Keck, second high. Club, (Guest Entertained Members of the Mid-Week Club and one 'guest, Mrs.'J. H. Elkins \yrce .entertained Thursday ofter- rjqon when Mrs. H. H. MoucrAis wa: lidstess at a liiiichcon and* afternoon bridge game nt her home. Luncheon was served' at the din ing table, which was centered will an arrangement of violets in'a silver boii'l. ' . Following luncheon bridge was played In' the 'living room where Coming Event* MONDAY Wonum's Auxiliary, First J're.sby- erlan Church, meeting at church, •2:30 p. m. " Wohieh's Society of Christian Berylce, Hrst Methodist Church, meeting in circle erdujx-;: Circle 1, Mrs. 71. W.' "Wylte; circle 2, 'Mrs. Charles L. Wylle for l o'clock uncheon; Circle 3, Mrs. C. B. Wood Jr:, with Mrs. npy »elsbn co- lostess; C'lrcle 4, Mrs^ W. >I. Mili- 'nrd; Circle 6, Mrs. William Wyatt; Circle C, Mrs. Dick Norton, 2:30 p. m. Women's Society of Christian Service, lAke Street Methodist sliurch, meeting at church.; 2:30 >. m. Women's Council, First Christian Church', "meeting In groups: Faith grovip, Mrs. Paul 'Allen; Hope jroup, -Mj-s. John Mcllaney; Love •rpup, Mr.9, W. B. Stiles. Women's Missionary Union, First Jap'tlst Olnirch, meeting at church or- Royal. Service program, 2:30 i.'- m'. • " Women's Missionary Society, Calvary Baptist ' church, meeting it church, 7:30 p, m. Mrs. Jack Marsh entertaining hltiftl club. ' , ' TUESDAY ' Mrs. Charles digger Jr., enter- aining Tuesday Bridge Club. Double G club meeting with Vfrs. Albert K. Taylor. Maple Grove Cc'metci'y Assocla- iqn meeting with Mrs. J. D. Barksxlftle, 2:30 p. m. ' ' ' -WEDNESDAY Mrs. _Paul Pryor entertaining WcVlnesday Contract Club. A. D. G. Cliib meeting with Mrs. James Terry Mrs. 'ciiarles Rose entertaining Wednesday Bridge Clnb. THURSDAY Mrs. B. '(*. ' Lynch entertaining Mid W.ee'k Bridge Club. Mrs! tt, "c.' Bla'nkeiyihlp entcr- aVning 'O. N. B.' Club'. 'Cliib BUght ineetlng with -Mrs. G. .O. -Poe'tz! Mrs."' John Foster <vn(ertnlnlng Doub\e pour Cliib. Wiiirsda'y Caiitrncl Club meeting with Mrs. G. E. Keck. ' ''"'" Bits of News Mostly; Personal hfs parents Mr. nnd Mrs. E.- V. Wilson on Route 2. Jomes Hill ..Jr., Is rccui Heorn sLui-*, 4<< w.. fiullc ill lor Bcveral vuii.^u o..,^ v ..j >•* >y^.iperaling,at his home on Heorn Street, after. having days. , C. B. c. club meeting with Mrs. O. O. Eiklns. "Mrs. ,C. F. Tucker entertaining Prlday t,unbh£bh'"Club. At the Hospitals WjiUs Hospital Admitted- M. D. .Owens, Manila. C. L, Leigh, Luxori. Bfo'thevlUe Hospital Admitted— Jienry Ward, city. Mrs. -Horns McCollougli, Hermon- dale,',;>ro. . MreV plan : 'Wright, city. Dismissed— L'ave'rnb Owen, Manila. ftosle Lee Morris, city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted— 'Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cop- pigeV Ciirutlicrs'villc, 1 Mo., u son! Menipiiis Baptist 'Hospital AdmittS!— ' '' ' Mrs. R. L. Wade, city. TJie giant rocket guns set up by the hltizts atong the coast of France hrc s'nld to iuVc barrels 100 feet long and a range of 12 miles. Read Courier News-Tfarit, Ate tulips and other Spring flowers were usjxi. . Mrs. Hnrry W. Haln.es received higli score prize. Mrs. Hupert Crafton and children,'Mary Sue, Rupert. Martin and Pamela, have returned from Memphis where they were the guests of relatives. M^ry Sue an,d Buptot went down particularly to attend tile performance of "Carmen" given Wednesday night at the Auditorium. Mrs, w. B. Tanner of Helena is the gu&st of her mother, -Mrs. T. J. Mahan and other relatives, having corne especially to attend the wedding of Miss Mary Jean Affltck to, Lieut. William Robert Harllgan this! afternoon. • •, Mrs, Warren C. Brown Jr., of. Helena, and Mr. and .Mrs. N. L.' Mayhall and Miss Bess Berry, all of Greenville, Miss., have arrived to be Uie guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. W, Alfllck and to attend the- Affllok-Hart.igrin wedding. Mrs. Thomas Delta Rambo of Porre.it C'ily relumed yesterday to her home after a brief visit here with Mis. James B. Clark. She came here especially to attend the luncheon meeting of th'e Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the United Daughters of the'confederacy held Thursday afternoon," wheh she ' was guest speaker. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Bugs spent Wednesday In Memphis'. Mrs. Hubert Seymour and daughter, ^lary June, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hnlsell are in Lincoln, Neb., where llicy tire visiting Staff Sergeant Seymour, who is stationed at the airhase In Lincoln. Wliili they are away, Mis. Laura Billings of Jonesboro is hcrc'lo be with the Infant, son of Sergeant nnd Mrs. Seymour. "'" " Mrs. Joe P. Pride nnd Mrs! S. J. Cohen returned last night from Memphis where they sj>eiit two days. They accompanied Ensign Jerry'Co- hen who was cnroute to Pensacolu, Fin., for duty. ' ' '. ' Mrs. Grace Abcrnnthy returned yesterday from SI. Loiiis where she silent several days. Mrs. Farmer England left this afternoon for Chicago, where she plans to spend 10 'drij's 'with Mn. J. A. Limlsey nnd Mrs. A. Q. Morrison. Mrs. England'is going to Chicago especially to attend the performances of the Metropolitan Opera company which will there from New York for two -weeks. Mrs. R. L. Wade underwent a major operation at Memphis Baptist Hospital yesterday. Her condition today was satisfactory. Mr. .Wade, who is rccupcm'tliig from an operation performed several weeks ago, was urmblc. to!go with Mrs: Wade, but their daughter, Mrs.' L. A. Berry, Jr., of McComb, "Miss'.,' Is with her' inotlicr. Pfc. Harmon Robinson, "who. is stationed at Smyrna. Air -Base, Smyrna, Twin., will arrive tomorrow to spend a two-weeks furlough with his mother, Mrs. Edwin Robinson and other relatives. Private Robinson is recuperating from an injury to his foot which necessitated his being in a cast for some time. '.'.'. Lieut. E. V. Wilson, who is stationed at Smyrna', Term., hits arrived to spend the weekend with U jom mot U kiqr' m»r» Wb Bond! SELL' US'THE rCBOTTURK fOtl ABE NOT USING «« will Also liberal tr»4e-ln tUrmuoe" for ol* hiriiJrtnl.in new;" ' ' ANiri titrdy Fum. Co. Ml t Halo nun* RM Archer To Be Retained By Calvary Church Here Tile Rev. George .W. Archer, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church, has been retained Ijy the congregation as Its pastor by a unanimous vote at the regular monthly business meeting Wednesday night. ' The Rev. Mr. Archer three weeks ago submitted'his resignation which the 'congregation asked him to Withdraw. He has been, pastor of the local church for two years. Dell News Prayer services for the men in the armed forces from the Dell community have been held four afternoons Hits week, by members of the Baptist church, meeting at the rhomc of Mrs. E. ir ikrrbll r; • ' Mrs, Harrell was the speaker nt the meeting Monday when her topic iv.is "Homesickness," Tuesday the Rev. Guy Magee sppke Qn "Loneliness," Mrs. Bertha Gill chose "Te Wounded" as her topic for Wednesday, and the final meeting Thursday was addressed by the Rev. Mr. Williamson of Little Rock, who spoke on'"Faith" CHURCH NEWS BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly St. Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Russell Baugh. supt. B.T.U., 6:30 p. m. Rev.. Milton Graham, director. THE FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh anil Ash Streets Key. II. K. Simms, paslor Siinday School. 9:45 a. in. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. ftadio program, 2 p. m. C. A. Class, fi:45 p. in. Evangelistic service. 8 p. m. Prayer meetings Tuesday and Friday night, 8 o'clock. DELL BAPTIST CHURCH G. I). Masrcc, pastor ' Smnla v School, 10 n. m. Allen Hardin. supt. , Morning worship, 11 a, m. "Spiritual Operations", pastor's subject. ':Training Union 7:30 p. m. Mrs Bertha Gill, director. .^Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. "Christ's Invitation", pastor's subject. .Wednesday evening, 8 p. m. .Prnyer service. Vlfl ST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Fiflii'aml Main Slrccls § uiday School, 9:45 a. m. ornlng worship and communion service, ll'a. m. Tlic Rev.' Ro\ ; L. Davis of Southwestern' will be guest speaker. Youily people's meeting, G'30 J). m. LAKH gTjREET- METHODIST ' ; Bates Sturdy, pastor Church School, 9:60 a. m, Iver.son Morris, supt. Morning' Worship, 10:45 a. m. "From the Child' to the Man", pastor's subject. Junior, Inlermedlalc nnd Senior Youth Fellowship, 0:45 p. m. Evening worship, 1M p. m. "Lift up your Eyes", pastor's subject Weslcyan Guild, Tuesday evening 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening, 1:45 o'clock. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Kev. G. VV. Archer, pastor Sunday School, 945 a.m. Johnny Hocoll, sunt. - ' Morning worship, 11 a.m. "We Have Died to Sin," pastor's subject A baptismal service will be held at 2:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church B. T. U., 0:30 p.m. Jim England, director. Evening worship, 1:30 p.m. "Where Will the Lost Qo at Death," pastor's subject". •••-•,.. .... • Wednesday night, 1:30 o'clock mid-week prayer service and choir rehearsal. Edwin Earger, director' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE? Woman's Clubhouse 141C VI. Main "DocMne of Atonement" Is (ho subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read In all churches anil Societies of (he Church of Chrlt. Scientist, on Sunday. Tlie Golden -Text is: "I am not alone, because the Father is with me. ... In the world ye shall hove tribulation; but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world," JOllll 10:32, 33. l ' Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from Uie Bible. "I and my Falher are one." John 10:30. FIRST METHODIST CHIJRCH S. Ii. Wilfori), pastor Chwrti School, 9:45 a. m. U. S. Branson, supt. Morning Worship, 10:65 a. m. Il^termcdlatu World Friendship Group, 4 p. m. Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Members of Ihe Intermediate Department will make up the choir. Choir rehearsal, SVednes'day, 7:30 p. mi PILGRIM HJTIJEKAN CinjricH Sixth and Walnut'Sts. Sunday School, 10 a. m. "~~ Confession Service, 10:30. a. ;n. Morning'worship and communion service, 1} n. m. "Our R| ? <jn Lord's Gracious Presence", pastor's topic The Rev. W. c. Kniegcr' of Memphis will be the euest speaker at the morning service, to which visitors are welcome. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHUECll' Ash and Division Streets Rev. J. J. Thompson • Kev. J. P. McConiiell Sunday Masses, 7:30 and - 10-30 a.m. \Veekday Masses, 0:30 and 8 am Sunday eyenin gla 1:30" o'clock, Holy Hour for'peace and men'and women in service; Friday '.evien'lng, 7:30 o'clock, Novena In honor of 6ur Sorrowful Mother. • • Why Mountain Valley oter for and BLADDER conditions • This natural mineral water .tram Hot Springs, Arkansas, helps to— 1.' stimulate kidney function 2. Soothe bladder irritation 3. Neutralize uric-acidity 4. Discharge excessive -wastes. Crossfown Whiskey Shop 1C9 S. Division ' '— ' " BlytoevUle FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and FJgiilh Rev. F,. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Philip J, Deer, supt. Morning service, 10:30 fl. m. ' Duet. "The Lord Is My Lighl", Buck. Lieut, and Mrs. C. W. Maker. Sermon by the iraslor. ' ' :' Baptist Training Union, 8:45 p. m. R. L. Sherrlck, director. Preaching service, 7:45 p. ni. Special'music.'Sermon by pnstor. Fellowship hour following evening preaching service for the young people of our church, soldiers, their wives and their friends. : W FIRST SIOHOfA %^ USE 6M TA6LEH. SALVL HOSE MOK The Gift Shop Modern and Antique Gifts COSMETICS" BABY GIFTS .GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift For Everybody Ingram Bldg. Phone 2254 MOSS BRYAN JVIAKGARET'S ' : BEAUTY «BOP '•'.'. 1M 8. First Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Ewntois By Appointment \ THIS IS NO FAIRY TALE Our Cleaning WILL Bring Out the Tru? Beauty oi Your Garments Cinderella's Iair> godmother just produced new clothes, but we can go her one bfilUr-we can IransfornVyour old 6ncs'. Carefol thoroagh deajimg: by professional, tralncct In their work c«, rive new hfe and beanty to garments made dull and drab by loll Bring: jours in today and let us prove it! »)-.»«. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 , FOR BETTEK DRY CLEANING STEAM LAUNDRY \ ' i * * I'M SAVING WASTE PAPER!" Yes ... yvaitmg i« hard. But it's easier whea. you're doing sornething to protect and aid him ,.. and bring him home sooner I Your Government says that'waste paper ii the No. 1 war shortage. There's your opportunity/ For waste paper ii everywhere. Newspapers, magazines, wrappings, corrugated paper ... bundle them all in packages nVjout 12 inches high and turn, them in. The very waste paper you tie up may well bo made into papcrboard that packages th« K-rations, ammunition or blood plasma your fighting man will use. So enlist the children. Enthuse your neigb» bpri and friends. Scour attics and basement* •Then start a regular system of saving and bun- ,Qlmg your waste paper for war. It's so little to do ... and it may mean so much to him! V.S. Victory WASTE PAPER Hear CLIFFORD JL. THAfCKER At FULL GQ5PEL TABERNACLE Lily and Vine Sts. (3REAT TRIBULATION" Sunday Night—8 P.M. FULL GOSPEL TAUERNACLK Uly and Vine Sts, Clifford L .Thacker,'|iastor Sunday' School,' 1:45 n. m. P-reachlng, 11 .a. in, Jr.," iXV.P.A".; '6-45"p. m. Sr. P.Y.P.A., 7:15 p. in. Evangelistic Service, 8 p. m. Mid-Week Services Young Peoples Service, Tuesday night. B o'clock, / Prayer meeting, Friday night, 8 olclock. Blytheville's Exclusive SHOI STORiS Announce New Store Hours Starting this coming Wednes- flay, April 19th, v we will plose at , noon— 12 o'clock ... We will reopen .on Wednesday after- nopns the firjt week in Septeni- .. bft. " ' ' _ "' ; ;._. ZELINER'S SLIPPER SHOP FLOYD A. WHITE SPACE CONnHBUIEp to THE NOTICE Effective ApriM7th Pue to Shortage of Meat-CAMP MOULTRIE !3R!LL will open at 5 P.M. and serve until 12 midnight. We Will Be Closed All Day .On Friday OFFICE AND ROOMS OPEN AS US.UAL —Thank You. Today and for (he years (o come, Herd's a hot tip—HOTCIIU O'Steen's Studio 103 IV. Main 6 PICTURES and One Enlargement COPYING and ENLARGING a Specie! Bring Us Your KODAK FILMS for Enlarging & Printing "•M^MMMMMi^H^MM^HM^MMiHHmMH 1 IB/ Continaous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN :<W i.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 pjn. 'Saturday Serial: "Flying Cadets" No. 13 ami Short. Con. Showing Sal'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday,-iiid Woiiclay 'Government Girl' witli Olivia OeHiu-iland and Soniiy Tufls Paramount News Selected Short Subject Continuous Shom'iifr Sun. .2:00 (oil <i ROXY Matinees Sat. & Snn. Only Openj e«eh night 6:30; Starts 6:4S 'Opins Snnday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. »nd Son. «*rjr«ln Nisht Etery Night Exrept Batnrday. No waut honored on Sunday at the Boiy. Satiirdiiy (DON ~*<4~ BARRY Serai; "Secret Service in Africa" No. 5 and Short. pen. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 • Sunday nnd Monday The G)qs§ Key' with Allan Lattd antl Veronica I.ake Fox News and Selected Short Subject. Continuous Showing Sun, 2:00 to 11

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