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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 28, 1947
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PAG* nro BT/rn«nu,I (ARK.)' OOTJ*!I» TUESDAY, OCTOBER S8, 194T ' PlMMM 44*1 •Young Couple (Honored By Mr. wtd Mrs. Stacy Mr. MXl'Un. AJten Dod-on #U' Baptist Women Mec< in GroujH for Study with •* •Mnntr duMi glT*u In th* Mirror Hootr. of Hotel Noble by Mr. *ud Mf*. Mear 3U»y of Dell. Mri. All*n kHaoy Si th* former Miu M*b*ocA MoCall, daughter o( Mr. utd M». E- U. MtCutl. T»bi«e w«r« wraoiged in a T- l!iH>», wkh tow bowl* of - giant yellow otvywiaUKmtiim, gladioli • lid wr*« Mnutlone By the entrance wa* a lavg* bowl of Mlver toft rote. M)d Mtaon pink Included among the 26 gue-sts pr«M»t were Ul. lUity's «ist«, Mr*. A U. UtrlngK Jr., Mr. Her- in««r Mtd MS-. ajid Un. John Hw- ln«er. aJI <X JonMboro, anil Mr. and MM Kenr.r Hoyt of Leaohville. Tl-^ tuwtMt wore a blivok dlnn»r • Bo* oroMd tafletn »IUi MI Hktiuw««« Party ll«lcl •By Youth. At "Y" IH.I-H- wtu hald ct Mary Morgan Elected Queen Of Homecoming Miss Mary Louis*; Morgan, duug Wr of Mr. and MIR. J, W. Morgan, has )«ei\ elected Homecoming 4<iu«nof Uie Blytlievllle Ohiekasaws, it wa* announced today. She wil] and Mas. Karl Wadaipiuhl lie orowned in a ceremony before Mrs. Cordelia wllhite Uufhi Uif i Hi* looilmll game between Blythe- Wo«en'i Ul*jiioii»iy Unloet ot w<; B«|Hl»t church tMM ycntvr- daj* atternoMi lii e^roW nbeetln^A fot- lesson stmly. J-«. M. O. OuUnw was hOkie*.s to men;b«rK ol Circle die wh<*i 10 izmnkers were iM'«4fnl. Pi'ayer^ were given by Mi 1 *. Victoria Oll- leuon. Clrole Two members met vrtth Mrs Dixie MoiTlc u host«« w)\eu 12 were pr»««rnt. Mrs. L. C. Mc- Wnlcru was Introduced as » new *r and Mrs. Theodore IjOgnn a slayer and taimhl [*•.* lesson. Mit. M. W. Lewis gave Ihe cluing iiraj'd 1 . M»«il)ers of Circle 'llirpe were Ollt;'rtahied liy Mrt. J. T. YVtvj*.- brook with u luncheon tt lier home ' Su** on Mrirn Wrctt. Mris. Roy Woods! "™ and Mrs. Hays were guwili ullif/1 l'' eii tlian members and Mis. Marion William* and Mrs. r O. Brown led j\i] ( . (1 TextukHiia Friday night Mits Morgan, who is a Senior, )• prtviid««t of the Gardrn Club, secretary »f Hie Red Peppen 'and a monitor *f the Beta Club. OiiptkUi Billy W»)'m> McFarlam: will crown tiw ^neen ami her inukis \viH b* Mis* WillaHene fMws am Muii MarbfcrH Monachal!, set Pauy B<Mhe&rK« n-nd Vlarthu nixon, jnnlor.s; Vivian T»yior am. Oennlng and Doris Stone, Church Women Plan Service For November 7 Friends Ui Blytlievllle have celved announcement or the birth of • daughter to Mr. and Mri Jack McCuUUan, locmerly of Blytheville, but now of Knoxvllle, Tenn., where he !« i student at University ot Tennessee. Born .Sept. 10, th baby ha< been n*in«l Sheila. Tne Hev. And Mr< Or an Coble of Memphu were guests yesterday ot the Kev. and Mrt. H. g. Baird and fuiliily. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ixmn C1i«rry had as their gnctl lor the weekend, her sister, Mrs. E. P. Dougla* o( Cotton Plant, To G.E.O. Club, Guest A th* "T k*ti of UM Kantnaratt Jr. Tri-W-V. an4 tlwlr (U«^4. To W»ln llw po^i-y ( '*eh Kuekl wa4 1ahtn Lltrough the "home ot horror ', »fv«- which (he apple bobbing took plac«. Upon voinplelinx the ''ItouM of horror." each person wu k*K<iMl a piece of paper in the •)»*• o< a bat o» which \vac placed a iiiimbtr ThU numb«d divided Ihf crowd ituo two grovips, the Flying Wlicbc* with. Sandra l^»n; "i- their captain and t(\f Witches hearted by Mary •"• Wa'Jkins. Various games and relay* were i held IhrcniKhom the evening und the Wilchc* were awarded i prize, for whining lim majority of games. At the. conclusioh of the puny each group selected^ boy to be their prize model. Johnny O'Brien, representing the Witches, and Johnny Halsell, the Plying Witches' representative, modeled the latest fashions for Hallowe'en. Refreshments of sandwiches, )x>p- corn balls, and cold drinks were served. Miss Alice Saliba assisted by Bnfor Young, president .of the group, Nancy Damon and Ben Young, was in cTiarge of refreshments. * ' « + Mrs. Freeman Hostess To Club Members, Guest Mrs. Audreanel Freeman was hostess to members of the Hachahoma Bridge Club last night arid one visitor, Mrs: T. J. Barnes, when she entertained at. her home. Hn. , Jajnw \Bcioacn »on,)ugU ,*san --' v lesson wti» taught 1 "*"" l ~" """ " by Mra. ». B. Bledsoe. Mrt. Alvin Huflman Jr., wnc j hontc* wi nine member! of Circle ] Mi's. Jot tvrard was Four wlicn Mrs. ahelbnrne Breu'itr I nl»hl nl lier home to G.K O club and Mis. *ub Curson It-it In pray- I mcmuers und one otluj- giicEt, trt Mrs. Hurhnan tmiifht the ; Mr*. T. H. Caraway. le.«ou. j 1" I he bridge Kames played Mrs. Mi;, W. V. Buchanan WAS hos- : J. C Kills Jr. won high and Mm. {IK to Cli elf Five wlu'ii eight j CHI uway briogu. member* were present -»nd two vi- ; Knterlainini: roum.s cjf the home Mini's, Mrs. W. M. Blaylocic unit Mrs. Barnos Crook. Mrs. Rlaylock led ihe opening prpyer »nd Mr.s. R. E Blnylock gave the clevorionnl. CliTle Six meiulwrs vere ehler- tfllned nl tlit home of Mrs Ney ] M..- AcKr-rafl Hn^triS Hunt wllh U mcmhen ,,, S : Asncla " ''OSICSS Mrs. E. E. aievcns «ave tlie U«- . \ o Women S Council soil and prayer and Mrs. C. S Lemons gave a prayer. Refreshments were served following each meeting- the were decorated with pink cnrnw- tior.* lind chrysanthemums iirrany- ed in crystal vasn.s. A dessert course was sei've<t. Beta Chi Class Meets For Hafl owecn Parly , _ . chrysanthewtmw and pririce .thers, carrying out a Hallowe'en theme. Tht hostesi *erved a Etincl plate", nith hot chocolate. » # * Mrs. Smart Is Hostess To Y. W. A. Members Mrs. G W. Dilliihunty u - ns hos- lcs.s night nl her home to members of the Beta Chi clnss of the Pre.sbytei-iiin Clmrcli. en- IcitnlninH with a Hnlloween party. The home wa.s attr^titively tler.o- ratcd with rose.s and dnhlins in vin lotls shaileR. Games and contests were conducted {hiring the evening muter the direction of Miss Mny DUon. Mrs. Harvey Kldd had several projects that were being planned for welfare nnd also the junior choir. The hostewi was assisted in serv- ' . ... ^ .. ins; refreshment* by Mis. G. W. Auxiliary UVOlIp I IcaVS Dillahimty Jr., and Mrs. Veruon T \*~ • "r 11 Thomasson. 1 WO [VllSSlOn 1 alKS Monibrr.s of the Women's Council of Fu'At Ch'ri.stmn Church met yes- t ci-day aiternocm «L Else home of Mrs J. L. A.shciult for their October biiNUH'Ks mectijii,'. Mrs. Hupei I Cm Lion, pi trident, wns in chiivBC of the business session nnd s iin reminded the group that bundles of clothing for overseas relief should he hi by Nov. 2, Mrs, Onm Coble ot Memphis was it other than members an 1 Mis. Diile S. Brigjjs was a new member. Mrs. James Terry was in charge ot 1 he devotional entitled "Greed", by Leo Tolstoy. There were. 1'i mcni- bt'i's pre.sent and plans for the [•hi>ue.s party lo b(? held Nov. 10 were. The ho.ste.s.s served refreshments of iced drinks and 'money' toward (he fund. •Mrsf^-L, E. B*|kcrleac!ei- At W. S. C. S. Meeting Mrs. L. K. Baker wns program lender when the W. S. C. S. uf Die First. Melhociist Church met ye.ster- di\y afternoon i\t 2:^0 o'clock nl tlie church. Mis. Karl Buckley guve ()i c scripture readings and the group offered silent pinyeis. The n\eeting was dismissed witli prayer. Fcllow Workers Honor The Y.W.A. of the First Baptist church met la£t night at the home of Mr«. Murray Smart at 10M Walnut. Mis* Btllie Turk gave the dcvo- tional and a program was present- Ml', and Ml'S. I. . Deer «d on "Mitsion Work in Mexico". 1 • Taking part on the program were • Mr. anci Mrs. Philip J. Deer were MU» Nella Simpson, Miss Catherine ] honored at noon yeslerdny at the Westbrook and Miss Cliffle Over- j office oi Mr. Deer with a surprise ! hmclu-on party, given by his fellow The home vas decoratert with Fall flowers for the occasion. The hosteM served refreshments. • . • Miss Ferguson Become* Brkk of Paul D™^ Th* wedding of Miss Katie Ferg\MO«, daughter of Mra. Vera Ferguson, to Paul W. Davis, son of Mrs. Bertha Williams, wa4 sokmnifr^d Snturday night at the home of Mr. an4 Mrs. Tom Brown, SO* S. Franklin. The H*v. Vent Bo»lin, pa:,tor of the Twil Gospel Tabernacle, olti- tlalcd, Ttw'briitt vore a Ircti <A rose •repc MMl » Mrm)ge'«( blue .'lovers. T>M couple U at home M 220 W. D*rlf. ii\ the Mis-si.wippi County Court house. Mr. D*'cr, who is supervisor of Mississippi County schools resigned several weeks ago nnd will leave Nov. 1. for Little Rock where he will become the Supervisor or Records i cl Repom for the Slate Bojml Education. The long table was decorated with ciepe paper streamers anrt a Ixed bouquet of Fall flowers. Refreshment* of bnkecl hnu:. pota- salacl. slaiv. cranberry sauce, cof- e and cake were servert. Th? cake inscribed with the words "A'.l e.vokV' Mr. Deer was pre«euted with a Mrs. G. W. Dillahimty,"jin4 Mrs Harvey Kidd were S]ii^ikert;ftt y6vS- terdny's meeting of the .Women's Auxiliary oi First Prcsbyterial Church which launched their liomi. ini.ssion sttui> - . Mis. UiHuhmitVs subject \vj! •Tlie Kxlent of Missionary Enlei 1 ' l>rise", and Mrs. Kidd sjioke :i 'Hi'cch Tree Ailniiut-s". TUese lalk: were lui.scd un tlie mi-ssion work with the Indians in Oklahoma. * " * Ylrs. Alley Entertains Royal Neighbors Group Mrs. Ruth L. Aday of Uttlc Rock, slate supervisor ol (he Royal Neighbors, was unesc. speaker when Mis. E. R. Alley wi\s hostess last night to the group. Mi-s. Adiiy spoke on "Adults and Juvenile Dc'iinn-nency." Mis. Sara Ogle also gave ft talk. Following the business session tlie hastt-ss scr\ - cd refreshments. Condition of Mrt. Annie Lfe Holt, who iiiiderwenl an operation yes- lur.iHV morning at Walls Hospital, today 14 «ali£factory. Mr. and Mm. James Hny uf Cotton Plant were th« weekend guiuu of their tort, Jamei Hoy and family. Th«y returned home yesterday morning. Mi. and Mm. 1. Uiu!» Cherry will leave tomorrow morning for Paris, Ark., wliere they will sjwnd a week •,1'ilh Mr. Cherry's mother, Mrs. W. R. Cherry. They will be Joined there by Mr. Cherry's brother from New Vork City and ifl three will go to FaycUeville Saturday to attend the University of Arkansas,homecoming lotuball game. Howard Johnson »penl ycitenUy >n Jonesiiuro. Mr.s. Cleci l«ingston, accompanied .' her mother. .Mrs. John A. Clark, eft yesterday for DcKnlb, Miss. Mrs. Jlark. who has been making her tome liere with Mrs. Laiigslon for nc pa-st several months, will re- nain in DeKalb, and Mrs. Langton will return home tomorrow. Condition of Ricky Logan, son of Hi. and Mrs. Richard B. Lo^an Jr., if Charleston, Mo., who was hit by » car Friday, is much improved iurt he was dismissed yesterday from i Cairo. 111., hospital. His grand- larents. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Mc- Culchen. were in Charleston yesterday lo sec him. Mr. and Mrs. Jo e Burnett of Kansas City, Mo., are spending a week here with his mother Mrs. ! [,. M. Burnett, and with Mrs. Bur- j nctl'.s parents, Mr. and Mrs J. R. Ilnckdt of Lenchvlllc. The v arrived here last Thursday from New Orleans, i,a., where they had spent * t week. Mrs. J. W. Strickland and children, Jerry and Sara, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Strickland spent Sunday in Jonesboro as guests of Mrs Ida Anderson and Miss Polly Hi- vis. Mrs.' M. T. Moon was taken to Memphis today where she will undergo treatment for Severn! cHys at the Methodist hospital. Slw wns accompanied by Mr Rev. R. S. Baird. Her daughter Mrs. Cecil Lowe and Mr. Lowe and apn r Jerry will go down tomorrow to b« with her. . ' World Community Day will be obu'i-vcd thruuKhont the United •talcs on Friday, Nov. T, and women of Blylheville will Join In Its observation with a special prayer «ervic« to be held at First Methodist, Church under sponjorshlp of the United Council of Church Women. A h»lf million "Box9* and Bundles" for 8 to 12-year-olds te the 19*7 goal of the Unllcd Council o! Church Women, whose memlx?rs can look back with pride to their records of 1046 when they equipped and sent overseas a million dUpcri incl thousands of layettes id l&M when a half million "Kiddle Kits" [or children under five, found their way to an number of desperately needy children. Tills World community Day program represents the response of American church women to the needs of suffering children around the world, and America's determination that never again shall children l>e forced to pay the price of the madness of war. All boxes and buudies, contents for which members of the churehe.s represented In the United Council of church women now are collecting, will be brought lo the allnr of the church before the service on World Community Day as a visible ((cmonstration that Christians o{ America arc giving more than lip service to the ideals of unver- sfll brotherhood and peace. After the offering a short act of dedication will consecrate the gifts. Plans for the service were completed by tlie executive board of the nlytheville United Council 'if Church Women at a mectltiB held i Thursday mornhig at the home of Mrs. Rupert Cralton. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, president, was in charge ami four of the five affiliated organizations were represented. 3iceo/cr Women Me*t In Cirel* Group* OSCEOLA. Oct. 28. — Women's, Society of Christian service of the' First Methodist Ohurch met :n circle groups yesterday afternoon. Circle One met in the home of Mr*. J. H. Bostick, with Mrs. D. P. Crouch aiid Mrs. Bryan Henden as Co-hostesses, Mrs. Henden gave the devotional and Mrs, Dudley Lynch was a guest other than members. Mis. Fred Taylor Jr.. Mrs. A. S. Rogers, and Mrs. Ralph Wood- : ruff were hostesse.s at the home of Mrs. Rogers to metnbers of Circle Two. Mrs. C. M. Harwell had j charge of the worship period. Mra. Tal Tongate, Mrs. Spencer Driver, Mrs. U. L Kersey, and Mrs. Clint Caldwell were hostesses to circle Three members at the Imme of Mrs. Spencer Driver. Other quests besides tlie members were Mrs. Jacks and Mis. Marshcl Kline. At The Hospitals B1,Y I HEVIU.F, HOSPITAL, Admitted: > J. Chamblln. FayctleviUe. Howard Stovall, Oeceola. Mary Sue Tucker, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. W. J. Hill. OKC«OU. Robert Gray, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Homer Hodge, city. Mr.s. Jack Rushing, Cooler, Mp. Mrs. Clalr ti(\\\er, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mr.s. Bill Davis, Manila. Freddy Stutts, Manila. Patricia Williams, Manila. James Ferguson, city. Nancy Blaylock, Braggadocio, Uo. Mrs. Jesse Hunt Manila. MKTHOniST HOSPITAL, McmphU Dismissed: Mrs. lien Hutchin.son, Haytl, Mrs. R. S. Largent, Occeola. Charles Lewis Morris. Etowah. Refreshments were 'served at each eeting. * meeting. Blytrteville Girls Win Prizes On Quiz Program Kay Smith, daughter ol Mrs. Jewell Smith and Sandra Ix>n^. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Toby Long were selected to appear on the " Tecn-Timcrs", program Saturday at Lowensteins in Memphis. Kay won an orchid, a year's subscription lo Lite" Magazine and comb and brush set. Sandra a make-up kit. Coming Events Social Calendar TUESDAY Tuesday Bridge Club—Mrt. Lloyd Stickmon. > La Nueve Club—Mrs. Coleman Stevens. 'IVi-Town Club—Mrs. Melvin Halsell. Huchahontci—Mrs. Audranel Frfe- man. City Council of Beta Sigma Ph p. m Manila Ntws Mr. and Mrs. John Pc'klns hav« returned home from Booneville to spend two weeks. Mr. Perkins is a lent at Booneville Batnitorhim and Mrs. perkliu U employed there ' Mrs. L. V. Waddell and children and Mrs. Raymond Scott and children, are ipending several days with Mrs. Waddell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Collins In Green- vi»le, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. John Rundberf have returned to their home in Dfn Molnes, Iowa, aflor visiting their daughter Mrs. H. W. Cowan and family of Boulder City. Nev., at the home of the Rev- and Mri. F. M. Sweet. Jack McWhirter. Miss Ethel Mc-j Whlrter »nd Sain Kilgore are' spending several days In Rayville, La., visiting Mr. and Mrs. "C. B. Kilgore and Mr. and Mri. Sam Fregalln. won meeting at the club room, WEDNESDAY Presbyterian Prayer Service and Home Mission study at chUi'ch — 2:'JQ p. in. Wednesday Bridge Club—Mrc. P. E. Ulack. Town and Country.—Mrt. P. D. Poster. | THURSDAY serve a., of honor to the Ci ' N ' B ' Blmco Clllb - Mrs ' H ' Miss Barnes Honored At U. ot Arkansas Miss Louclla Barnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Barnes, and a freshman at the University of I Atkiinsas, has been 'chosen to Miss Turner Announces Reading Club Winners Methodist Youths Speak At Lone Oak Services Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, cUv su[jLH'vi.sor of schools, nnnouiured today the winners of the Vacation Reading Club, Prizes will be nwnrd- ed this week. The fourth grade at Cenlrnl Element nry Sciinol .von a five dollar prize for linving the highest number of students to read more than 10 books during the-Summer mouths. The students were Harriet An- plebaum. Mnrilyn Bakrr, Dnn Brown, Davis Cobb. Don CopeJand. Barbara Engan, Elizabeth Fouler. Dick Foster. Imogene Freeman. Eva Lee Gaiue.s, Bobby Jones. Sara Jo Strickland and Roger Rudbii"v. BUI wyntt. who was in the liist grade at Ynrbro last year, won honorable mention for bein« the only first grade pupil to rend 10 books. Steve McCHiire, Alice Fnyc Ash and Johnnie Lou Johnson il=o Moon and the j O f Yarbro'n first grade took an active part in the club. Other students winning honorable mention were Gail Brngrion, Gerald Brown, and Nelia Woods trim Central third grncU*: Ann Seny LftNenl Sudbury, Sherry Sparks and 6m: Jobo from Lunge fifth grade- Jitnmte MOOI-P from Sud- bnry fifth made. Butty BIU- Voniia Crump. B-vly Davidson. Fredie Holt nnd Belly Johnson from Sud bury sixth urtvde; and Elizabeth Bnster. Bobby l.anca.s- ter Hurl Yarbro from Ynrbro School. homecoming rootbalt queen. Bach, year there are two queens chosen and each has a maid of honor and four maids. I Miss Barnes is a member of Zcla Tan Alpha Sorority. Mrs. D. W. Goodrich Rites To Be Held in Steele, Mo.' Supper—7 C. Blankenship. Presbyterian Church p.m. Octette Club—Mrs. C. F. Tucker. Thursday Luncheon Club—Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Thursday Contract Club Mrs O. W. McOutchen. Jolly Eight—Mrs. Elva Poe. Miri-Week Club-Mrs. Harry W. Haincs. Services for Mrs. Ethel Gn,cfi I t^ l Q*o Elkin* Goodrich of Memphis, til, who died 1 ^' ... V , ns ,i - , yesterday mornli,* at the home of .^l* 1 "^ <™rcrence °< B"P'«<her daughter. Mrs. C. R. Kemion, w . M U ' al Ba|>llst churcn '" Ma ~ were conducted this afternoon at. """' Steele. Mn.. 2:30 in the First Me- I thodist Church. Burial was in Mount Zion Cemetery. i Born In Harrisburg, 111., Mrs. Goodrich lived most of her adult life in Steele. She was the widow of David w. Goodrich of Steele. She is survived by six other daughters. Mrs Mary Martin oit Tyler. Tex.: Mrs. Gladys McDaniels of Blytheville; Mrs. Lillie Wright and Mr.s. Edna Baxler. both of Dccring. Mo.; Mrs- Frances Fullerton of Steele; and Mrs. Ruth Morris of Laurel. Miss.; three sons. Robert. David, and Billy Goodrich. all of Memphis; her father. J C S. Mitchell of Clarendon. Ark.; a sister, Mrs. C. R- Pugh of claren- don; and a brother, R. L. MitcTiell of Blytheville. tile Royai Arch Degree, it was announced today by E. R. Jackson, high priest. , OsceoJo Ivtntt WEDNESDAY Chapter O, P. S. O. Sisterhood having Senior Ten *t the honie of Mn. Godfrey White, > pm Two Table Club with Mr«. W Simmoni at 2 pm. ' Special services at First Presbyterian Church from 4 to 5 p m. THURSDAY Kiwanismi at Elementary ?r)-ool —7 p.m. Week of Prayer toy Home Mis: tfis at First Presbyterian Church —8:30 a'Hi. FRIDAY Two Table Club with Mis. Joe Roach Jr., at 2 p.niT* Halloween Carnival at 7 p.m. at the high <chool. Paragould vs. Ceceola Semtnolci at Paragould at a p.m. Week of prayer for Home Missions at Pirtl Presbyterian Church —9:30 a.m. Read Courier News Want Ads. Quicfcly Relieves Distress of SneeuShrffy Head Colds Afcwdropsof Vicks Va-lro-«al in each nostril work fast to relieve head cold rUs- trcss, make breathing easier, Anrl if used at first, sniffle or sneeze, Va-tro-nol helps to prevent many cold* developing! Try it. Follow directions in llio package. VICKSVAIRO'MOL Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN S:«4 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:3e p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday The Long Night and Selected Short» M. C. Webb and his Intermediate Sunday School Class of the First Methodist chutch were guest speakers at tin: Lone Oak Method(st church Sunday moining. when they spoke on the subject of "Stewardship of Time." The Lone Oak Youth Fellowship Clas.1 held a candlelight service Sunday night at the Half Moon Methodist Church. Participating on the program were Miss Lois! Fields, Carl Robertson, Tommy I Robertson, Joe T. Robertson, Miss [ Mrs. John Miles Miller, a member Majorie Robertson, Miss Bonnie« of the First Melhndist Church in Alexander and Miss Linda Britton. Blytheville, gave a talk on "Trees." Meeting Blytheville Chapter No. in of the Masons will meet toiuorro'.v night. 7:30 n'dock :U the hall for How Sluggish Folks Gel Ham Relief WMCM CttMtTIPATKHt makes you feel k,M tkt dickea:, briujs on jlor.nch , . Cftldwell's famous medicine to «*tcUr »ull *>» <riit<i on Iizy "in- t>dp you feel bright and li the fonderNI sen- >• l«i«b>e ciwteincil hi Rood old Syrup a to '»«** it M ctiy to ukt. wie jKptin pr*p«ta<••• tm ff«*caip6*M l« nsk« the tntdi- Bore f*I«t«ble and agreeable to ft« W vvrv y»ur laxative IB c««- d in Sjr»p Ptpcia. • Wl Ml. CJU-OWiLVS-lk, t,- vvrite of million* lor 50 ic«r», aad feel ttvst ivholvume relief from constiaA- *T«n fnlckr children lore It, : UM aalf M.oUr«1*<), W.S.C.S. Meeting Held At Lake Street Church Wiimim.s Society of Ciirislian Service ol the LnXe Sticol Methn- di.'it ^Church »lol VL\stcr<iny nftrr- nooii at 2:30 o'clwk nt thn churcll. Mrs. Oooi'iic Stilwdl gnvc (lie devotional "God Cnres" taken from PMlms 23-27. Tlic group sang •'God Will Take Ciivc: ot You." Dnnnti the short bnsiiH'ss ses- .'iiin fiaihtn- plans worn made for Ine dinner to lie hold Nov. a at the Lc;:ioii Hut. MLS. SttlweU and Mrs. W. 1.. Orrru pnvc praycr.s. Roric.shnu'nt.s \\cio server!. Ritz Theatre, Blytheville, Ark. Tu*tday and Wednesday, Oct. 28-29 HALLOWEEN DANCE Friday, October 31st EBC CLUB Paramount News and Shorts Continuous Showing 1:15 p.m.-11:00 p.m. Box OfRct Opens 6:30; Show Starts 6:45 Openx Sunday 1:0€: Starts 1:15 ContlnUDUR Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Niiht Erery Night Except Saturday No pauec honpred on Sunday at the ROXT Tuesday and Wednesday DOURLE FEATURE FRIDAY Featuring ftOlEIlT «nd RAYMOND HAKIM HEHRYToNDA BARBARA BEL GEDDES VINCENT PRICE • ANN DVORAK THE LONG NIGHT M ANATOLE LITVAK PRODUCTION •it«4 by ROBERT >nd RAYMOND HAKIM and ANftldlE IITYAK Bmcm by ANATOLE liWAK . scr.«» nit by J&HII The Rhythm Kings (7 Pi.c.i) Following •Iyth«vil1e-T«xarkan« Gams 10 Till 2 Benefit Children's Playground Fund admission $1 per person Sponsored by tht Blytheville Junior Chamber oi Commerce A> II $495 USE YOUR CUtCIt An array of suptrb jcwtlry •! scivincjs yau'v* n«v»r dr*arr\*d possible awaits you. Fin* dia> monds, watch's, »«' ring» und hundreds of other «xcilin0 values all tagged to bring you genuine tqvins*. USE YOUR CREDIT TERMS AT NO EXTRA COS1 Iton* of M* kiitK- ulin* M» I 10K g« KI1SS HE* AM» 01 f I • *IH» BAXTER 12" OPEN AN ACCOUNT OP1N AN ACCOUM FWZPATRICK JEWELRY STORE Coming to th* GEM THEATRE Blyth»vill«, Ark. Ghost Town Renegades iri»h AI SI. John Ont'rf 8hm »»t. 1I:M la U:M Cnnt. Showim niinday I^O-ll:!) A«n)i»i«li *d«li« We, Tax Incl.

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