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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 8, 1948
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TWO Society, * BLTTHEV1LLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS Informal Dinner Dane* It Given 'At Legion Hut %l*r. ud MM. B«n Henderson Mid Mr. and Mr». Bob Henderson were hMfc tad hn»te«««! Thursday night, *h*a th»f *nt«rUined members of the. DeU Supper Club with an Informal dinner dance at the Legion Rut,' Approximately <6 guests attended (*>• affair. A* th» (UMta arriv«d, the ladles w«e prc*«nted a shoulder .corsage ol br the hostesses. The long tablet, arranged In a U-shape In the ballroom, were covered with white linen cloth*. A miniature Maypole centered the main table, and low crystal bowls filled with striking arrangements of roses, Iris end peonies; flanked by tap:is In pastel shades burning In crystal holders, wen placed the length of the other tablet. : Guesic included Mr. and Mrs. Prentl* Holder, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kennett, Mr. and Mrs. Oral Honeycult. Mrt. Helen Sanders, Dallas Brownlee, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Blodgett, Mr. a'll Mn, Llndsey Ounn, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Tull Johnson of Joiner, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Jarrett of Bragg City, Mo., Mrs. Ophelia Boyd and Harold Brltt of Little Rock. * * • ' Mrs. Eubanks Honored At Miscellaneous Shower : Mrs. Jesse Eubanks, who was before her recent marriage, Miss Sue Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. TV B. Long, was honored last night by Mrs. Dent-cod Long with a miscellaneous shower at the Dogwood Clubhouse. Approximately 45 guests attended the affair which began aV 8. p.m. The guest of honor's chair was marked with a blue and red ribbon and the gift wrappings carried out the same color scheme. ; When party games were played during the evening, Mrs. P. E. Eubanks and Mrs. Harold Doyle Won the prizes. Roses, peonies, Iris, honeysuckle •nd other Spring flowers were very attractively arranged throughout the clubhouse to form a setting for the affair. • The hottesg was assisted hv Mrs Charles Hick* and Miss Frances Long. . An out of town guest who attended w»» Mrs. Rayford Eubanks ot Joiner. 1 - " • • • Miss Joyner Is Honored At Dessert Bridge, Shower v'MlM Bare, Grace Joyner, bride elect of Jack McPhnll Chestnutt of Verp Beach, Fla., WM honored In tibe'flrst of a series of parties planned for her when Mrt. Rouse Harp entertained with a dessert bridge nntl , mbellaneoue shower at her home on Chlckawwba Avenue last night •t 7:30 p. m. '.•A."Flower Girl"' theme carried out In all the decorations and the plnce- eardi were picture« of little girts with small pink flowers. MissJoy- ner's placecsrd was a real picture ot her M t small girl with a bridal Registration Party Given For Pre-Schooi Children The first grade children for 1MS- 46 school year wer« introduced to their teachers and to school yei- terday at 2:30 p.m. at each Blytheville grade school with s party. The purpose of Hie party was for the children to register, to become ac- quauited wilh each other and for th« summer Hound-Up chairman to initiate her program of a comp!et« physical check-up for each child. Thirty children registered at ih3 Central School. 35 at Lange School and 48 at Sudburj School. During the afternoon, the children were shown hand paintings, drawings, book* and other activities done In. the firit year of school. Various fame* were played In each of the play-ground* of the schools. The mothers were told ot the physical round-up program a* planned by the Parent Teacher Association and medical histories were taken of each child. A discussion was held on the importance uf Immunization of the three diseases, typhoid, smallpox and diphtheria and of the complete physical checkup each child is required to have Before entering school. Each child'* birth certificate is required before he starts to ichool In September. Hostesses at each party were Mrs. Hugh Whltsitl, president of Parent Teacher Association at Central School, Mrs. William Young, lound-up chairman, Mrs, A. B. Fairfield, teacher, Mrs. W. A. Afflick, Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Mrs. Cecil Graves, .Mrs. John Caudlll, Mrs. Jlmmle Stevenson, Mrs, R. L. Dedmon and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner city superintendent, at Central School. At Lange School were Mrs. James L. Gunn, Mrs. Ben Harpole, Mrs. Glenn O. Ladd, president ol the association and Miss Eliiabclh HalMead, teacher. At Sudbury school were Miss Mary Hublci, teacher, Mrs. M. S. Edwards, round-up chairman. Mrs. L. S. Hartio^, president of the association, and Mrs, Vance Henderson, Refreshments were served at each party by the hostesses. * * • Mrs. Saliba Is Hostess To Thursday Night Club Mr*. J. A. aaltba was hostesn at her home Thursday night to members of the Thursday Night Club, During the evening when rook games were played, Mrs. Halelgn Sylvester won high and Mn. Burks Barker, rooko. Attractive arrangements of peonies, roses and other Spring (lowers were arranged in the home. The hostess served a dessert course Coming Events Social Calendar Monday The regular program meeting of the First Methodist Women's Society of ChrLstlan Service will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs H N Whltls as program chairman. Hostesses will be Mrs. R, A. Porter, Mrs. R. A. Nelson. Mrs. John Caudill, Mrs. C. L. Hicknmn, Mrs. A. N- Williams, Mrs. John Featherston, Mrs. W. A. Affllck, Mrs. Horace Walpole, Mrs. S. B. Wobb, Mrs. Phone 4461 Annual Who's Who Contest Is Held ByB.H.S. Students The annual Who'* Who content winners were announced yesterday morning during the assembly period at the Blytheville High School, with Miss Mary Morgan being chosen u Miss B. H. 8. and Jlmmle Henry chosen as Mr. B. H. S. Other student* and their tltlei were Mary Morgan, most popular girl, Billy Bob Elliott, most popular boy; Peggy Barker, be*t dressed girl; Dick Williams, beat dressed boy; Arden Ferguson, neatest girl, Dick William*, neatest boy; Mary Morgan,- prettle»t girl, Jfln- mlt Henry, mo«t handsome boy; Dorothy Lum, most studious girl, Carroll Evans, .most studious boy- Sue Wldner, best girl athlete, Bill McFlsrland, beat boy athlete; Marian Mayen, most courteous girl, Charles , MulJuis, most courteous boy; Dorothy Lum, best all around girl, Billy Bob Elliott, best nil around boy ;aMry Morgan, friendliest girl, Charles Mulllna, friendliest boy. Dorothy Him. was chosen best citizen girl, Benny Johnson, best boy citiaen; Shirley King, most reserved girl, Dick Williams, most reserved boy; Billie Jane Rodgers, most ver»atile girl, R. C. Allen, most versatile, boy; Evelyn Cunningham, most In love girl, Dick Greenwell, most In love boy; LeU Rose Castllo, wittiest girl; Charles Henderson, wittiest boy; Jo Ann Trieschmann, most talented girl; Carroll Evans, most talented boy; Joan Matheny, freshest frosh girl, J. o. Droke, freshest frosh boy; Martha Traylor, sunniest sophomore girl, Joe Foe, sunniest sophomore boy; Peggy Hipp, Jollicst Junior girl, R. C. Allen, Jolllest Junior boy; Arden Ferguson, soberest senior girl, Carroll Evans, soberest senior boy; Ann Robinson, 10 O'clock scholar girl, A. J. Book 10 o'clock scholar boy. Jimmie Frances demons was selected best girl dancer; Buford Young, best boy dancer; Billie Jane Rodgors, most helpful girl; Benny Johnson, most helpful boy; Dorothey Lum, girl that means most to B. H. S., Benny Johnson, boy that means most to B. H. S.; Mary Morgan, most attractive girl; Jimmie Henrj 1 , most attractive boy; Mary Morgan, moat' striking personality for the girls; Charles Mullins, most striking personality for the boys; Arden Ferguson, most sophistical-' ed girl and Dick Willfms, moat sophisticated boy. .The gifts were presented to her te a unique way. She was presented a trnall basket tied with white satin ribbons, to be used by a flower _..„... _. .. ,,. „„„.,„ girl, and then was presented her I Sr -. Mrs. Allen Pickard, Mrs. U.M. May Fellowship Day Observed By Church Women The Blytheville Council of SATURDAY, MAY S, 1948 Mis* Oeorge Ann Mllwett returned to Arkansas aute College, Joncs- boro, yesterday after spending three 1 days here with her p»/enU, Mr. and Mrs. George stllwell, while she consulted her doctor. Mr. «nd Mr«. Odell Sanders of Greenwood, Miss., will arrive today lo spend Mother's Day here with Mrs. Sanders' mother, Mrs. M. o Usrey. Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley had as Ilielr guest* yesterday, Mr*. Haley s sister, Mrs. Grover Jackson and Mr Jackson of Etowah. Farmer England, Bill Banister, Frank Greer, Carl Judd and Doyle Turner were In Memphis last night to attend the baseball game between Memphi* and New Orleans. Mis« Floy Ann sample returned home yesterday from St. Louis, Advance, and Cape GIrardeau, Mo, where she visited friends and relatives. She was accompanied to St. Louis by Mis* Mary Gray, who spent four days there with her and attended the b»ll games. Miss Gray returned Tuesday but Miss Sample ... visited other points In Missouri be- !•! fore returning home. , -J Mrs. D. O. McLean Is spending the i V. weekend in Memphis with her '*' daughter, Mrs. Paul Jones and Mr. Jones. Mrs. Z. M. McGhee returned home yesterday from a five weeks visit In Havana, Cuba, with her sister, Mrs, J. T. Tims and Mr. Tims. Mrs. George Stllwell and her niece, Peggy Freeman are in Jonesboro [cday where they will attend the Grand Council of the Delia Alpha Gramma Fraternity presentation tea in honor In Epsilon FeU Chapter of Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. Mrs. atilwell's daughter, Miss George Ann Stllwell Is a pledge of the Fraternity. Mrs. J. W. Lucy left yesterday for Denver, Colo., where she will spend (he summer with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Reagan and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McGhee o! Wliitehaven, Tenn., formerly of Blytheville, are the parents of a daughter born April 24, In a hospital there. Their first child, she has been named Melauie. Jane. Mrs. Mo- Ghee is the former Miss Barbara Willmott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Willmott of Lester, England. B. H. S. Seniors To Present Annual Plays on May 14 Members' of the Blytheville High School senior class will present {heir annual senior plays' Friday night at 8 o'clock, followed by the crown- Mrs. Harold Doyle was before her marriage Sunday, May 1, In the New Liberty Baptist Church, Miss Wanda Lee Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Long. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse, 1416 W. Main "Adam and Fallen Man" is the subject of the Lesson Sermon which will be read In all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. Wednesday Evening meeting, 8:00 p.m. , Ing of the senior queen. . The pered Darling." Is-a one-act comedy and those who wilf participate In it are Marian, Mayes, June Buchanan. Junnila Eberdt. Charles Henderson, Dudley Hardy, Jimmie P. demons, Dorothy Wright, Julia ,„„ Swlhk, Dick Williams. Benny John- Church Women observed their "May ) sorl antl Jaclc Homer. Florence Fellowship Day" yesterday at the NeedllB m Is student director for First Christian Church with sn thls P 1 "*- CHURCH NEWS ST. STEPHENS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Sts. Church School, 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. YAKBRO METHODIST CHURCH 1st, 3rd, 5th Sundays. Ray t. McLester. paifar Preaching services, 7:00 p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Second and 4th Sundays Preaching Services, 11 a.m. Young People, 6:30 p.m. HALF MOON ASSEMBLY Or GOD Martin Ke*can, acting pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Gharle* Springer, superintendent. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Holland Student Honored At University of Missouri Randall Workman, son of Mrs. Voris Workman of Holland, Mo., has been elected vice-president oi the Alpha Nu Chapter of Pi Kappa Kvnung Worship, f p.m. Wedneedij prayer meeting, T:l« p.m. CHUKCH OF CHMBT «. W. BUvall. »M<»T Sunday School, »:50 a.m. Worship Service. 10:60 am, Bible Study, «:46 p.m. Evening Service, I p.m. ; BAPTIST | LA VII MBTBODMT CHUBCH Kay L. McLrrter, *Mtur 1st, »rd, 5th Sundays. Preaching tervica*, n a.m. Sunday School every Sunday, 10 t.m. Second and Fourth Sundays Preaching services 1;00 p^n. IMMANUEL BAP-TUT CHUftCB *. M. H«a«t»a, r*M«r Bundajr School, 18 ».m Morning Worship, 11 a-m. Training Union, 7 p.u. Evening Service, T:»0 p.m. Wednesday night prayer ~rvlce, 7 pjn. WOODLAND CORN 12 CHURCH Arnold Clayton, pactor *unday School, S0:00 am. Worship Service, 11:00 a.m. B. T. U., 7:00 p.m. Evening Worth! p, 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Servi&t, T:00 p.m. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Allwt D. Stemui, pastor Church School, 9:46 a,m. Worship Services, 10:50 a.m. Intermediate and Junior Fellowship Program, 8:00 p.m. Senior M. Y. F., «:30 p.m. Worship Service*, 7:30 p.m. Wedne«d»y choir Practice, T:H> p.m. CHURCH CALVAR* l«th an* f. H. Jfwnlgan, pastor Sunday School, »:te ajn. Morning Worship, n »JB. B. T u., «:« p . m . Evening Worship, I pjn. Wednesday Prayer Meeting T:KI p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship service, 10:55 a.m. Training Union, «:30 p,m. Evening Worship Service, T:SO p.m. Fellowship for Young People 8:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Berric«, 7:44 P.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH L. C. Ramsey, pastor Sunday School, 9:46 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship, 1:0* p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 pm Prayer Meeting, Wed. 7 p.m. Christ Ambassador Service*, 6:H Children's Church, 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service!, 7:30 p.m. BUBDETTE CHUKCH OF OOD *. E. Sbaw, p«Ker Sunday School, 9:46 ».m. Morning Worship, n »jn. . Youth Service, 7 p.m. Evening Service, t p.m. FDLL GOSPEL TABERNACLB Vent Bawlln, pastor &und«y School, 9:4i a.m Morning Worship, 11 ajn. Young People, 6:45 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:SO pjn. GATEWAT TABERNACLE L- G. Koran, pester Church Service, 9:46 a m Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Church Service, Wednesday and Friday. 7:30 pjn. first play, entitled "The Pam- i A1 P''a, national social fraternity, at Darling," Is : a one-act comedy | ine University of Missouri, Columbia, where he Is a sophomore. He is also a member of Phi Mu Alpha, a national 'music honorary fraternity and is a member of the University Slngert. women attending. Mrs "E "The True In Heart." a one-act . _____ -. .. - ..... ~Rauschkolb of Little Rock who Is dram:l w111 include In Its cast Billy the president of the Arkansas ' Bob B111 °tt; Bill Doolin, Peggy Council of Church Women,, was the principal speaker at the meeting which began at .10:00 a.m. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe of the First Christian Church, was In charge of the. devotional, she was assisted by Miss Louella Alley. »Ho of (Jie Fleeman, Westbrook, Bill Bracey, Jimmy Henry and Robert Haynes with Don as sin- dent director. Miss Lima B. Wilhelm is the play director and she Is subsisted by Miss Frances Bowen. Miss^ Betty other gifts. Jhe evening and prizes were woni tne E. D. Ferguson, Mrs. J. w Adams ' Fir5t Christian Church, who T--J' Bwd » n d Miss Anamarte Johnson. °" "— "' '-'-- - -' - ' tne scripture. Mrs. Hugh Whiisi't I Following the plays, Miss Ann of the First Methodist, Mrs. D. w Cakhe y will be crowned as queen of Dillahunty of the First Presbyterlnii I the senior class by the class pres- Burnett. Brldge games were played during I Women's Missionary Union of by Mrs. R. C. Fair, high, and Mrs. W. H, OTCeefe, low. .Miss Joyner chose for the occns- loc a. brown and white linen dress with brown and white accessories. Baptist Church will ni!=t in circle groups at 2:30 p.m. Circle One will meet with Mrs. Pearl Hires, Circle Two, Mrs M. w. Lewis, circle Three, Mrs, Burks Barker, circle Four, Mrs. G. C. She pinned a corsage of white gar- Hawks, circle Five, Mrs. Sam Wll- aenlas and pink roses, a gift of the:"*" 15 •"«!• clrc '« Six with Mrs. M. C. Outlaw. Women's Society of Christian Service of the' Lake Street Methodist church will .inert at the home of Mrs. H. E Lashot at 3:30 p.m. for program. dessert hostess at her shoulder. The hostesa served n course. Mothers to Be Honored By Senior High P. T. A. Mothers of members of the senior class of Blytheville High School will be complimented at a soft drink party to be given In the Home Economics Cottage Immediately following the meeting of the high school Parent-Teacher Association. Members of the association will serve as hostesset at the Informal affair. An executive board meeting will be held at 2:30 p.m., Immediately preceding the regular meeting when Incoming officers will be Installed to serve for 1948-49. A musical progrnm will be presented by Jim Lancashire. Mrs. Nicol Entertains Club Members, Guests Mrs. Max Login and Mrs R A Nelson were guests yesterday when Mrs. Thad Nicol entertained mem- beri ol Friday Bridge Club at her home on West Walnut Street. Mrs. Harmon Taylor wc*i high, and Mrs. w. L. Green of the Late Street Methodist Church. Mrs. ROUS& Harp presented sev- ldent Benny Johnson. Miss Cathey's maids and their escorts are June Buchanan and Roy Smith. Barbara era! organ selections and accom- ' Monaglian and Gordon " ' ~ - panled the children in the begin- ncrs department of the First Christian Church, when they sang Mrs. William Wyatt, president of Axden Ferguson, Billy Bracey, Jim- mle F. Clemmons Buddy Halscll, Evelyn cunninghnm, Dick Greenwell, Jfarlan Mayes and Billy the Blytheville Council, presided 1 Wavn e McFarland. during the business session, at I Ushers are Thelma Rice", Bettyc which time Mrs. Rauschkolb told of i Snyder, Maxlne Lendennlc, Tom- many Interesting things about the I mle Wells, Jo Ann McGregor, Louise United Council, one being Its origin Turner, Margaret Mitchell. Ina and saying It wtts the program Young Women's Auxiliary of the i of the outreach o( the church. Ca.rwile, Tina Carwile, Sue Wldner, Leta Rose Castlio, Ann Orr, Mil- «vu»g iwinciis mixmary Of tile I «nni:»t.ii ui uit: cnurcn. ^*~*t\ ivuo^ ua^tuu, nini vjrr, i\)ji- Flrst Baptist Church meeting at I The stnte Convention of the I dred Short and Catherine Graham. ' •' ' — the home of Miss Adaline Lee. G. E. o. Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Joe Evrnrd Mrs. W. M. Williams and Mrs. E. B. Woodson will entertain at the Williams home complimenting Billy Bob Elliott and Jack Horner, who are members of the graudating class, with a dinner party. Presbyterian Auxiliary will meet In Circle Groups. Circle One will meet wilh Mrs. C. M. Gray,.Circle Two, Mrs. Ed Rice, Circle Three, [United Council, to be held at the First Presbyterian church in Hot P," — ™n., b0rS h ?. VC bCC " nrran « ecl for Springs. May 12 nnd 13 w.-is ills-' convention, it was .announced, cussed and Mrs. W. H. Wynt't was chosen as the delegate to represent the Blytheville Council. At the close of the business session, a luncheon, which was fur-1 nlslied by member churches ot the council, was served by the women of the Klrst Christian Church In' the social rooms of the church. Methodist Church Services ToBeHeld in Gerti Theatre OSCEOLA. Ark., May 8.—The Methodist Mother's Day services of the First Methodist Church will be held at 11:00 a.m. In the Gem Theatre, as nnnounced today by the board of stewards of the church. Construction of the new sanctuary of the church prevents regular services to be held in the church..Sunday School will be at the same hour, 9:45 a.m., at the church. The Rev. H. J. Couchman, pastor, who has been attending the Methodist National Conference in Boston, Mass., will deliver the sermons Sunday. Dessert Bridge Given By Mrs. B. F. Williams OSCEOLA, Ark., May l.—Mrs. B Frank Williams was hostess at her home yesterday to two tables of club members with a dessert br*Ige party. During the afternoon games played, Mrs. Guy Bryant won high and Mrs. E{. J. Gillespie, second. Crystal and silver bowls filled with red and white roses decorated the home for the affair. FIRST CHURCH UI iril NAZAKEI4K Daniel sui'fiTd, putor Morning Worship, 11 «.m. Young People's Meetlnt, 7rl5 pjn. Evening Worship, 8 ojo Sunday School, 9:45 »ja NUMBER NINE BAPTIST CHURCH Howard K. Kinr, yaaur Sunday School, 8:46 »jn i Morning Worship/11 *:m, ''. Training Union, .7 p.m. Evening Worship, B pjn. LILLY STREET BAPTIST Sunday School, 0:30 a m Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union 6:43 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. FLAT LAKr, METHODIST CHURCH Ray L. McLesler pastor Every Sunday Preaching Service 9:30 a m. Sunday School, 10:30 ajn. Young People, 6:30 pjn. GOSN'ELL BAPTIST CHURCH Carl Castleman, pastor Sunday School. 10:00 am Morning Worship. 11:00 ajn. Training Union, 7:30 p m Evening Worthip, » :0o p.m. Thursday, 7:» pjn., Prayer ferric*. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School, 9:44 a.m. Preaching Service, Rev. F. M. Sweet, 10:55 a.m. M.Y.F., 8:30 p.m. Preaching Service, Rev. Allen D. Stewart, 7:30 p.m. W. S. C.S., Monday, 2:30 p.m. Wed. Mid-Week Services, 7:30 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHUKCH Ke». Harrey T. Kldd, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Service Sermon, "The Christian Home", 11:00 a.m Junior Choir. 7:10 p.m. Evening Service, Sermon, "Timothy", 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. > Choir Rehearsal, 8:10 p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi Mother's Day program, 2-30 p m Services conducted by Mrs E M Jaffee, Mrs. Alfred Vise and Mrs'. Morris Zellner. Speaker, Mrs. William Borowsky. Silver Tea, sponsored by Temple Sisterhood. Friday Sabbath Services, 8:00 p.m. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Robert Jaeger, pastor SutVUay School. 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship with Communion, : 1:00 ajn. &-/ 'si Services for the Deaf Tuesday Adult Bible Class, 7:45 pm. Thursday Guild Meeting at Pine Bluff, Ark.. 10:00 a.m. Friday, Mens Club, 7:M pjn. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ser. L«Ur B.'Strakhar Sunday School ."i 46 ajn • ' Morning Worship, Sermon, "An Old Fashioned Mother". Junior Choir, J:00 p.m. Evening training service and cartoon, 6:30 pjn. Evening Worship, featuring drama. "Mother Knows", 7:45 p.m. Young Peoples Department honoring Bill Doolin, president, C.YJ 1 ., during social hour which follows evoning service. Wednesday Choir Pra.ct.ict, 8:00 p.m. Thursday, Monthly Meeting of Laymens League, 7:30 p.m. ARMOREL BAPTIST CHURCH Her. Homer Adkiiu, pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Preaching, 11:00 a.m. Training Union, 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, Prayer Meeting, 7:SO p.m. H. G. Wickham and Mrs. Be»s Hall. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce— 7:C3 pm. • • • Qsceola [vents Monday | Women's Society of ChristltV : Service of First Methortlst Church I to The Mississippi County _...„...Convention will be held tomorrow afternoon at one o'clock In the' Assembly of God Church on West I Ash Street. j Sever»l special solos and choir i WARNING NOTICE TKere are cars and tracks owned by Blytheville citizens operating without City License. To avoid further penalty, buy your license Uj. now from the City Clerk. If you have Ujs which are not on your car, TUT THEM ON". C. W. SHORT Chief of Polica Mrs.Monroe Grain second and Mrs i '" Of Rrsl Metn °' 1 lst Church j Nelson, bridge In the Rames nlav I"" 11 "* " l the home of Mrs ' w - B ' ' ed durWtoe'afUrnoon P *~ "«™'««n at 2:30 p.m. | _BouqueU of roses, irte and olter n *r»'1<J*^?™J "? ?" ?_'• --. — -d o!h«r flower* were irringed the home for the if- Rprlng thK fmlr. The hostesl served courae with Iced drinks. First Baptist church meeting In circle groups, circle one. Mrs. L. ! Howton, Circle Two at tht chureh.j Senior Banquet sponsored by the | j Ministerial Alliance a t the First ! Baptist'Church at 7;00 p.m. I Attend Mother's Day Services at Hi. FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENI C«rn«r First ft Sycamore Street* SPECIAL SPEAKERS MTNOMC - M«lhr«w^"ow».,' !l AM. DR. J. H. COHN (C*anrt«« Jew) 7:45 y. M , h ^.r fc * n " r returaed from p « iestin «. »"<j win .pe.v O itioning of Palestine m the Light of Bible Prophecy. DANIEL STAFFORD, Posror Ix»ui« Schutti OLD FASHIONED REVIVAL TO BEGIN SUNDAY LOUIE SCHULTZ Preaching Interesting, Uncompromising, Forceful Gospel Messages Ht Is God's Prophet .Wilh God's Message for Today 1'roclaiming; Chrisl In Message and Song Services Nightly Except Sunday, 8:00 First Assembly ol God 701 W. Ash Phone 2709 Rev. L C. Ramsey " Let's Take Mother To The Noble Sunday" What could be more thoughtful for Mother's Day than to take her'to the Coffee Shop for dinner? She'll b* pleased &t the social dishes we have planned for her, the courteous service, and the quiet, air-conditioned surroundings. Plan now for a family dinner *t the Noble, and make Mother's D«y one ahe won't forget. HOTEL NOBLE Coffee Shop W« Sell and Service All Type* Small Appliance 2071 for Repairs! RADIO & PHONOGRAPH Service—Bo(h AM and FM RKFRIGERATION SERVICE House hold-Com m*rci*l and Aid-Conditioning GaB ft Electric WASHERS GASOLINE ENGINES ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY J. W. ADAMS, Mgr. 206-08 West Main Pohn« 2071 rhe BEAUTY IAR Mn. Nor» Spridley, Ownoc GlencM Hotel BulIdlDg Fbon» JKn Uargnrct Don Smith, Fttcr Lucj lONE'S Beauty Shop 111 North M M. OPEN EVENINGS bf APPOINTMENT Operators: Fiyen Porter Marie McLeod B«d«r Mildred Burnett Fho»e 3132 Continuous Shows Every Day . Box Office Opens 1:4»' Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN :M a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:3f p Saturday Rainbow Over Rockies with Jimmj Wakely Serial "Tex Gwnrer" N O , { and Short !ont. Shows Sat. 11 a.m.-ll:30 p.m Sunday and Monday Paramount News; Also Short* ''ont. Showing Sunday 1:30 la 1^*^ Coming Tues. and Wed. «t'Popular Prices s , , ,: " " T ''' ' ' Duel in the Sun Gregory Peck and Jennifer J*n«t Box Office Open: 8:3* Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Start* 1:11 Continuous Shows Sat. A Sin. Bargain Night Every Mrht Except Saturday N« p»ssn honored on Sunday. « Kozj Th»tn SATURDAY " Smoking Guns with Ken Maynard Serial "Canadian Mounted" X». 11 ! and Shorts Continuous Showing Baturdar Sunday and Monday It s all about lpve...mnd just about Cant. Sh«win[ Sunday 1:3* til 11

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