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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 22, 1947
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*»AGE TWO •I.YTHBVILLB (ARK.) COURIER HKWB SATURDAY, FRRRUARY 22, 10-17 i Don Haleys Entertain Vast Matrons, Patrons if ai.4 Mrs Don Hnlcy were host and hostess last night to Die 1 Past Matrons and Patrons 01 the Order of the Eastern Star with a dutch supoer Assisting them ^m <enlert£inlng were Mrs. Raleighf: Sylvester'and Mrs. T. A. ECU :; j The. s\ipj«r was scn'ed buffet style to-;club- members oud other estsr^'Mr;' and ('Mrs. Joe Fltz- »iict Mrs 1 Tefl King, Mrs Walter Eimtte.of, Mbiirfte and Mrs. J, W. AdamsvSr. KookJ . : \vns .played during the evening" wilh high prize among the \onicn 6°" 1 8 W> -Mrs R. A. Copeland and high among men to J D ^Eniith Holland Aiken was aicnjd rcoVo pnae j Methodist-Junioi Gioup ••' j Have^Supper at Churrh More .than-,60 Juniors of First Methodist Church gathered at'the churcfj" }nst riight for a George W ashing ton, pai ty. The games were tiincal of the holiday jnid^decorations in the recreation ~r66m'carried out. a George WajhSngton's Birthday theme. A two-course -supper was served fiom "fable$ also decoiated with scenes.dpplctirig':tlio holiday. Mrs;» sallie • H»bler f teacher, ami t, the Rev Allen D Stew nit, pastor, were- among those present. The Kcv. Mr. Stewart told the story of .George -Washington. * ' * ' ! P. E. 0. Meeting Held At Adam s Home Yesterday Designs depicting George Washington's Birthday decorated the J. W,. .Adams ,home. Division and He'arn, yesterday when Mrs. Adams and Mrs Cunningham were hostess with a luncheon to 13 members: of Chapter N, p. E. O. Sisterhood. The table was centered with an - arrangement of jonquils and free- zlas^ • i i' Mrs. Alvin* Huffman Jr., presented the program on "Religion mid the Times." Mrs. Adams, vice president, conducted a brief business session. •\ • • • Birthday Supper Honors lOaniel Leon Robertson Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell Celebrate Their Golden Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Edvfin Hnrrmon Ca!dv,'ell celebrated their golden wedding anniversary yestci'tiay afternoon at their home on Clear Lake Roiid with an "open house" for ISO guests. The guests included Mrs. Cora Reno, of Hayti. Mo., who was also a guest 50 years :\JJQ nt the wedding, which was solcninixpd at the home of the bride's parents In DeS Arc, Mo. Other guests, including many former pupils ol Mr. Culdwil, were frcm St. Louis, Detroit, Memphis, Greenville, Mo., Eteele, Mo., and near-by towns. Mrs. Calilwel! is the former Miss Delia Ann Daniels. Mr. Caldwoll was a school teacher at DCS Arc and long tnnght In lural schools in North Mississippi County ni'er they inovefi here 34 years 1150. He is 75 and she is 72. Refreshments were served from a lace-draped table centered with an arrangement of yellow roses and other yellow flowers. The tiered wedding cnke was tapped with n gold-colored numeral 50 and' at the base were played yellow roses. 'Mrs. C.ilciwell wore a moss green crepe dress with n shoulder corsage of purple-throated orchids. Of their .six children, four ai 1 ; living. They are Chester Cnldwt'll, Mrs. Essie Lendcnnte and Mrs. L'.igroimc Whittle, all of Blythc- ville. nun" Hersduil Caidwelt, line lootball coach at Duke University, Durham, N. C, He was unable to attend iieiiausc planes to I his sec- lion were grounded. Mr. r.nd Mrs. c.tldwcll also have' 11 isranddiuightcr, I'atsy Ciildwcll, who lives with them. Women of Five Blytheville Churches Attend World Day of Prayer Service churches gathered yesterday ulter- noon at Die First Christian UliuiMli to pray far a toiler world, racial and religious tolerance and ymu- ance from Gf:c, ; in a World Day of Prnyer service. The service, which 15 women attended, was sponsored by the liff- thevillc Division of the United Council ol Church Women. With the theme "Make Level in the Desert a Highway for Uur God", the entire group participated : "i the responsive service. Mi's. G. W. Dillahunty prepared the program. leaders and other solo speakers in Hie ritual included Miss Josephine Shlbley of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church; Mrs. George M. Stil- wcll of Lake Street Methodist Church; Mis. L. E. Bilker of First MothocJist Church and Mrs. Rup-jrl. Crafton, Mis, R. S. Bairrt and -Mrs. Russell Uarhnm of First Christian Church. Woven in the voice prayers were prayers in SOUK as the worshipper.: sang tortly at intervals. Airs. F. U. Joyncr. organlsl, of First Methodist Church, accompanied, and, during spoken prayers, soft strain* of hymns could be heard. The .prayers asked' leadership from .God in piths ol pence, truth, right, Joy mid in God's trce- 1! )y t hevl I le * _ clom. They expressed lhanksgivin,, foi the "caravans blazing new At The Hospitals IILYTHKVILM; HOSI'ITAI, Admitted: Owen Clifford Rogers, city. Catherine Jean Dallas, Huffman. Gllnda Sue- Quarles, city. Dismissed: Bobby Lou Ilullcr, DD!!. Evelyn Kimlcll. Manila. Mrs. Lela Moore, elty. Mrs. Eurl Carter and Imby, Manlia. Ronald K. Azbell, city. Donald It. A2bi>ll, city. WALLS irosi'ii'Ai, Dismissed: Mrs. O. R. Hamilton, Route 3. clly. Gcraldlnc Young, Sleelc, Mo. Mrs. Herman Duncan, Route 2 city. Lcroy Wai kins Jr., city. Mrs. Karl Crook. Huffman. Ben Hnrpoln, city. Shirley E. Mason, Holland. Gene Poole. Steeln. Mo. Mrs. G. C. Hawks, city Bits of News JMo-itly, Kuder and Miss Lucy Lee Ross, both of Tulsa, okla,, wero here this week and the lx>ys returned to Silt.iain .SlJi'ini^s with their aunts. Hill DelxjnK. who is a student at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, .accompanied by Charles Fisher oi St. I/juis, who Is also a student there, are the guests of Bill's mother, Mrs. G. II. Utlonii, . W. I). SltA'ull is visiliiiB his son, Bill .Stovull, in FsiycUcvillc where lie Is a student at thu University of Arkansas. Oscco/a News The R"v. ami Mrs. L. R. .Still entertained the Rev. R,. S. liatrd and family of Blytheville Thursday night nl dinner. Mrs. Gordon Hell of Crowdl, Texas, sister <>C Mrs. L. D. Massey arrhTd Wednesday fof the Ma.ssey- Watson nu[)tinl:i. She will visit here for a J<;w days. Mr. ai'.d Mrs. A. G. lirlckey ."3r. are vi>iiint' In llnltlsburt', Miss, for n few days. u .- t Mrs. Daniel; Leon Robertson en- ' trails Into \uikuown i tertnined Irist night with a. sur- vans with their token; i prise birthday supper honoring her understanding, cheer .,..„ , 'husband at their home on Holly B'fs of science, treasures ol iieau- Street. ly; caravans of men and women Centering the table wns a large of Goci who have gone Into tlie birthday cake trimmed with birth- tt 'or]tl, proclaiming good news of day I greetings nnd burning blue Jesus Christ lo those who walk in candle's,- . ; Guests included from out of town Mr. and -Mrs. Quintbn MeGee and daughter, Betty Jean of Caruthersville,' Mo^ by , . Mrs. Robertson wns assisted her mother, Mrs. S. D. McGce. Recent Bride Honored With Bridge Dessert Mrs. Joe p. Pride entertained this afternoon at her home in Pride Subdivision 7yith ' a dessert bridge complimenting Mrs. Jerry Cohen, who before her recent marriage was Miss'Huddy Horowitz of New London,, Conn. . The four tables of .guests played bridge at tables decorated in white and''silver: Awhile and stiver : theme-was carried out throughout the home with buttercups and other flowers adding a note of Spring. . Refreshments carried out a Geoige Washington's Birthday motif with individual iced cnkcs topped _with cherries. darkness nnd to the rum vims <M children of today and the morrow." Other prayers asked forgiveness lor intolerance, selfish wills, lack of courage, sins of pride and dis crimination between races, colors, classes and castes, slowness in recognizing deep yearnings, for forms of exploitation of weaker peoples for unwillingness to co-opcrutn with other agencies endeavoring to imike the world a better place, for failure to use the basic clc incuts O f life. The offering will -be used' to help support eight Union Ciuistirm Colleges, of which tour are in India one in Japan and three in China. In the brief business session be- iore the service, the Council voted to contribute $20 gifts to Ihe Uly thevillc -Y" and Church World Service and to present $5 to two sanitariums. Mrs. J. c. E.'iis, president, hacl charge and Mrs. W 1 Demon, secretary and Mrs. W. L Green, treasurer, made reporls Mrs. Hook Entertains With Bridge Luncheon OSCEOLA, Ark., Feb. 22.—Mrs. J. H. Hook entertained the Four Table Thursday Club at her home on West Johnson with a luncheon. Vases of flowers centered the card , tables where the guests were served nr «v;,,,,;,,,,"r ! Tnc tlinl "8 room table from which .,n,i V,,nr' tno lll »» h <!«« wns served, was cov- .ind humor,, cm , with „„ llnpol . t( , (| hniu , n . ClOlll. . ' • I .,-; -.... Cnrryini; out the color scheme were unclercovers of yellow nn both Ihe dining table and tlie card table-' :-'. Tallies were hand painted with yellow roses. In the bridge games, Mrs. J t, Ward won high club prixc. Mrs Bellyc Nelle Stnrr, high guest prize and Mrs. John Edringlon cut consolation. Mary Brown of Madisonvillo, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall lierry and sons, Allan and Jerry, are spending the weekend In PrentLss, Miss., an guests of his mother, Mrs. P. W. i'i-ry mid family. Mrs. Frank Levy of Houston, Tex., will arrive Monday for a visit with her sister. Mrs. Cornelius Modlngcr and family, 1U40 West Walnut. Mrs. Levy has liceir In New York for the past several weeks with Mr. Levy, who Is there on business. Mrs. Allen PJckard and son, Will Allen, will return tomorro\v*-from West Memphis, where they spent, the past week with her sister. Mr. Pk'kard will drive (town for them. Mrs. Frank of Englewood, Calif., arrived Thursday for n visit with her sislcr-in-law, Mrs, J. D. McDowell, and her nephew, John McDowell and family, at their homes on Highway (il South. Mrs. naum recently arrived In Memphis from her California home for a visit with her son, Frits: Schas and family. Mr. and. Mrs. Sum Flcrman, accompanied by Mi 1 , and Mrs. Dave Silverjlatt [if O.iceola, will leave J to:iliiht for St. Louis to attend the weddiui; of their nephew, Harold •Michclson ol Dccatnr, Ala., to Miss I2lln Betty Srenzcl. The wedding will ba solemnized, at Park Pluza Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. P. Craig and family of Joncsboro visited 1 friends in Blythcvllle last night. Mr. and Mrs. J: A. McKay went to Memphis this morning to bn the cuesls ol their daughter, Mrs. Russell Hodge, and family, lor the weekend. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham left this movnitii; lor Hot Springs, where she will take a three-week course -- -- - uf baths. ' Calvary Baptist Church Business Sandra Kay Wilson, daughter ol VW<i:iien meeting nt the church for Mr. and Mrs. Eail Wilson, is' under- "snpver. goiur; treatment at Walls Jlospi- tul for intestinal influenza. She is very ill. Herman Moff has gone to Little Rock tp accompany Mrs. Hol'r and son. Hill, i il: re after a week's visit with relatives In Little Rock. Mrs. Walter I,. Heard Jr., and daughter, George Anne, O f New- Port, will arrive Monday to spend two weeks with Mrs. lleavd's pnr- cnts. Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Branson Edmond R. Belote is spending the weekend-in Memphis as guest of his brother, George Belote . ami 'other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell have as their gursls Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Harrison of St. Louis for the weekend. Keith j. nllbrcy, North Mississippi County farm agent, went to Memphis today lo spend the v:uk- wlth his wife who is a :),!!ii>n- Tcnn., will) Mrs. W. C. the house guest _. Mason, was prcsentbil . Mrs. m. A. Hook of Joiner, daughter-in-law of Mrs. Hook, also VMS a yncst. end i" the GnrtlRy-Ramsey Hospital/ 'the Bilbreys' sous. Charles aim. James, are staying with their grandparents, ,\iv. and Mrs. c. A. Ross, in Siioain Springs, whi]» Mis Bilbrey is in the hospital. " M:*! Bilbrey's sisters, Mrs. Mamie Glee Coming Events , MONDAY Woman's Mlssloiiary Society ot CAlvaiy Baptist Church meeting in <rirc:l(.' t;ir.'Li;:s. Circle One meeting with Mi. 1 :. John Holmes at. Air Haso and Circle Two with Mrs. Cana I'rultt in I'j'Ule Subdivision. Yona^ Woman's Association ol Kli'il iMplist Church meeting with Miss June Huchanan nd 'Miss Wtll- 0(;eiie Diiv.s ;tt 1513 Y:irjro Road. Yuuit:; Womajis' Foreign Missionary s;o-iety of the First Chuicn of ti;o N;izarcne meeting at, the home ol Mrs. Hurt Trumbel lor a s:oci;il. \Vo!i:: 1 -u's Missionary Society ol First K:iptist Church meeting in circle Ktoups. Clivlc One nieetni!; with Mrs. Jodie Nabt-rs; Circle T"wo with Mrs. Murray Smart; Circle TlH'fc with Mrs. Cecil R. Wroten; Circle Four with Mrs. W. M. Williams; Circle Five with Mrs. R. K. nii!.vlo!:llk and Circle Six with Mrs, Tom Jiii'kson. Miss Jcttyc Claire Huffman hostess 10 GEO Club. TUESDAY Mis, Gene Te.iford hostess to Tri-Towu Bridge Club at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. F. Tomprcms, Ennii'Hc. Mis. Jos.;c Taylor entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Club Ki^ht meeting with Mrs. G. O. Pnelz. WEDNESDAY Mrs. Cteo Langston hostess to filHi Ccunlry Bridge Club. THURSDAY Mrs. IT. C. Bliuikenslli'.) hostess to GXB Club. OjUttc Club members guests ot Airs. J. C. Ellis. Mrs. A. Conwa> hostess to Mid- Week Club. Thursday Contract Club meeting wilh Mrs. H. W. Wyiic. COSTLY SAVING ,. "Saving $1.81 per acre by not poisoning insects cost) an Oklahoma cotton grower .$25.21 per acre in reduced yield, as compared with seven neighbors who poisoned insects."—Oklahoma Cotton Glimrrs Association. Reart Courier News Want Ads. Birthday Party Given For Buddy VanHooser Because Buddy Vanlloosler was ten years old Wednesday, his mother, Mrs. Robert Van Hooser, invited the neighborhood children for a birttiday party. ' All contest prizes went to Eugene Still.- After the games, Mrs. Vai Hooser, assisted by Barbara and Ellza.'beth, her daughters, served ice cream and cake to the guests. Birthday Parly Honors Margaret Tann Wroten Margaret Tann Wroten .daughter of Mrs. Cecil Wroten, who was three years old yesterday, entertained 14 .of her friends at her home on East Main Street with a birthday party Going fishing was the main attraction of the afternoon becaus" cacr| of the little girls caught several fish which were various girts in the make believe pond. And there wcr« favors of balloons for them. Mrs J A Wroten assisted Margaret Tann's mother when she served ice cream and cake to the 14 little girls and nine mothers. Mrs. Copeland Hostess To CBC Members, Guest Mrs. Wertz Presents Recital at PEQ Meet OSCEOLA. Ark., Feb. 22—Chapter O of (he P. K. o. Sisterhood met with Mrs. Godfrey White Wednesday afternoon, when Mrs. Donald Werlz gave -<\ piano recital for the 12 members and sdvcn guests prcs A dessert plate was served at (he close of the meeting. Mrs. R. A. Copclaim was hostess !o (he c. B. C. Club Friday niter- noon when Mrs. j. j. Cooks ton was a guest. In the games Mrs. Copelnnd won high score. Mrs. Lendennlc Fowler second high and Mrs. Cornelius Shearer Rooko. Refreshment!! of salad and coffee were served. \ ' ' • Mrs. Searcy Meats Hostess To Bridge Club OSCEOLA. Ark.. Feb. 22—Mrs Ed Quinii and Mrs. Roy Ware 'were guests when Mrs. Searcy Mcars en-' tertanicd her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. High score prize went to Mrs. Quinn and second (o Mr> Palmer Stantoi). A George Washington motif was carried out in the tallies and also on the salad plates. Mrs Mi served after the bridge gamss. Singing Convention To Be Held Tomorrow The monthly pemlscoi County Singing Convention will be held la- morrow in (he high .school gymnasium at Braggadocio. Beginning at 10:30 o'clock, the program will feature the Maiden Quartette. The public Is invited, it was announced by R. E. L Smith president. ATTENTION VETERANS! If you served overseas, you should join (he V.F.W. now! Meetings every Wednesday nielli, 1:M nl the Wclcnknnip" C'oiton Office. Bring a veteran with y, lu . VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS Karris McCalla, Commander NEW TYPEWRITERS We arc now tnkinpc orders for Roynl Typewriters (or delivery anywhere in Mississippi County. Call or write us. SAMUEL F. NORRIS U. S. Verified' Oklahoma Alfalfa Seed And I'lenly of Otjtlen Soybean Seed L. R. Matthews Gin Co. YAKliKO, AUK. Phone 727 PHr«j f>rjRmntK<rl j Kirby Drug Stores KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 "The Old Reliable" I kr~ 3&UA-wl~to X G. O. POETZ • *r PETROLEUM ne . •»«*»€. PRODUCTS RB at Chen, TURKISH BATHS Warm, invigorating nnd really n wonder worker, that's whnt you'll say about these wonderful lurk- Ish baths at Artie's Beauty Shop. You will feel better instantly nnd lose poundage so easily and so fast—you'll be amazed as will your friendsl It's a turkish bath at Attic's for real rcsultsl ARTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 313 No. Second Phone 3303 Let Us do Ihe job for You V/o'll clean your— UPHOLSTERY DRAPERIES SOFAS We arc oucc aK«i» prepared lo resume (iiis service which \vc were forced lo discontinue during the war. Avoid (he Spring rush .... Send votir cleaning to us NOW! We Specialize In RUG CLEANING Laundry - Dry Cleaners 270 South Second St. CHURCH NEWS PILGRIM LUTHERAN C1ICRUH Kofoert Jaeger, pastor , Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship service, 11 a.m. Sermon: "Jesus in Oethsemane." TUESDAY Adult confirmation instruction, a p.m. Adult B!Me class, 1:45 p.m. WEDNESDAY •Lenten service, T:45 p.m. Sermon; "Juttas, the Apostle Who Hctrayed Je.sus," FRIDAY Sunday School Teachers' inee'.- ing, 7:15 p.m. FKESm'THHTAN C1IUKCU Harvey T. Kldil, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Junior Choir, (5 p.m. Supper for young people, 0:40 p.m. Evening Service, 7:39 p.m. WEDNESDAY Prayer meeting, 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal, 8:10 p.m. FLAT LAKE Glenn Bunch. superlnlenitcnt Sunday School, 10 a.m. ST. MATTHEWS CHURCH Osccoki Rev. 15. Francis McDevHt, pastor Rev. Paul Uujarski, assistant pastor Sunday Masses, 9 a. m. YARRHO METHODIST CHURCH (ts.y L. Mi-Lester, pastor Church School, 10 a.m. Worship and Preaching Services, 11 a.m. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Allen 1). Stewart, pastor Church School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Senior Youth Fellowship, 0:30 p.m. Intermediate Youth Fellowship, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I'. C. Brown, pastor Sunday school, 9:40 a.m. Mornitis; Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union, C:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Prayer Service, 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal, 8:10 p.m. I,IU,Y STREET BAPTIST CHURCH 1). B. Bledsoc, pastor Sunday School. 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship, io:55 a.m. Training Union, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. IMMAN'UEL BAPTIST CHURCH A. nl. Houston, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Service, 7:srj p.m. Wednesday night prayer service, 7 p.m. GATEWAY TABERNACLE Houurd Street Rev. I,. G. Borah, pastor Church Service, 9:45 a.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 a.m. Church Service, Wednesday and Friday, 7:20 p.'n. 1'II.CiRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH 6ih and Walnut Robert Jaeger, p:is(or Resilience: 513 North Fltth Phone 2704 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, 11 a.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH It. S. liiilrd, pastor Bible School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Evening Training for all age groups, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. PROMISE!) LAND MimiomsT CHURCH Hay I,. McljSSli'r, pastor Chinch school, 10 a.m. Worship and Preaching Service, 7 p.m. , ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH L.C. Ramsey, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. -Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador services, G:30 p.m. Children's church, 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p.m. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE F. W. Nash, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young People's meeting, 7:15 p.m. Evening Worship, B o'clock. .m. Wednesday prayer services, 7:30 LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Rev. II. H. Ktevins, pastor Church School, H:50 a.m. Morning Worship,- 10:50 a.m. Evening Worihlp. 7:30 p.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship,. .m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, .m. TEMPLE 1BKAEL lir. Alfred Vise. Rablii Woirian's Club Sunday School. 1:30 p.m. Worship Service 3 p.m. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE D. R. Harmon, pastor S'jnday School, fl:i5 a.m. Morning Worship, n a.m. Young People, 6'<H pr;i. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OP THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Rev. n. Francis McDcvltl, pastor Rev. Paul liujiirski, assistant pastoi Sunday Masses 7:30 nnd 10:30 p.m. Weekday Masses, 8 p.m. Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any SIM T. L. 423 MISSOURI ST. PH. 3SH Complete Beauty Service from head to foot! The Kevlun Line including the new "CERTAINLY RED" —AUDKIIA IJUVAI/— COUNTOtIRE'— DEUMETICS Suave for men. and women THE BEAUTY BAR GLENCOE HOTEL Fliouc 3'!02 Boys' and Girls' New Spring Clothes on display at THF a I 3 li* 105 S. 2nd. Phono 2308 CHURCH OF CHRIST E. W. Stovall, pastor Sundav School. 9:50 a.m. Worship Service, 10:50 li.m. Evening Service, 8 p.m. NUMBER NINE BAPTIST CHURCH Howard II. Kinsr. pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m . Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship, a p.m. Wednesday, prayer meeting, p.m. Continuous Shews Kvcry l)ay Box Office Opens 1 :-la Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:15 4:30 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse, 141G W. Main "Minrt' is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be react in all Churches and Societies of the Church oi Christ. Sricntist Sunday. Sun helmets lined with aluminum foil are 20 degrees cooler than ordinary ones, according to an cm- iinent London doctor. Read Courier News Want Ads. v Representing THE FARMERS and BANKERS L1FK INSURANCE CO. W. 0. GEURIN. Goii. Afidit John F. Holmes W. O. Gcurm Jr. Office Douglas Bldg. 215 W. Walnut Phone 238 BRING US YOUR .POULTRYI We Pay Highest Prices for all Hens, Roosters, Ducks and Geese Save That Middleman's Profit. Our Prices Governed by Market Value W T DAVIS Highway <H North Phone 3702 As a Natural Aid for HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE High blood pressure associated with kidney disease may be reduced by keeping kidneys functioning properly. For 50 yc»rs doctors have prescribed this mineral water from Hot Springs, Ark. Pure tasting . not a laxative. Phone or write today for free booklet CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main anil Division Blyllicvillc, Ark. Saturday Don't Fence Me In with Roy Kojers ami Dali: Evans Serial "Hop Harridan" Nn. 15 and Sliort Ccnt'd Shows Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday End Monday Paramount News Also Shorts Continuous Showing S'in. 1:15 tn 1) Coming fo the Rifz Walt Disney's 'MAKE MINK MUSIC" Tel). 25-2G "THE BIG SI.EKP" with Ilnmiih- rey Bo^arl and Lauren Hacall— Feb. 27-28. "UNDERCURRENT" wilh Kallicr- inc Hepburn and Robert Taylnr— March 13-11. "SISTER KENNY" wilh Rosalind Uusscll A- Alexander Knox—March and 21. WHERE DO YOU GO ... * FOR HOUSEHOLD NEEDS * FOR AUTO ACCESSORIES * FOR GIFT ARTICLES You'll Rnd that a quick trip to Blan Heath Auto & Home Supply will give you the inside on loads & loads of good merchandise you need at giveaway prices! SPECIALS THIS WEEK This week inaugurates our weekly specials ... all going lo you as advertised at absolute cost. Look at these and then buy at our wholesale price! Klcrtrlc SPACK IfEATKUS $5.35 up TABLK LAMPS S2.GO up LUGGAGE $15.9.1 up MAKE-UP KITS $3.65 up SERVING TRAYS $1.50 lip Any and all toys will be sold at absolute cost! Tricycles, wagons, scooters, dolls, table & chair sets and r^iany other toys for young and old! FLOOR LAMPS S17.50 up BLAN HEATH AUTO & HOME SUPPLY 421 W. Main St. Phone 828 Box Office Opens 6:-15 Opens Sundiiy 1:00; Starts 1:13 Continuous Shows Sal. and Sun. Bargain NiRht Every Niglit Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the lloxy. Saturday Fiqhtinq vJ? *-* Frontiersman with Charles Slarretl Serial "Mysterious Mr. M No. 2" and Short Conl'd Shows Sat. 11:30 to 11:30 Sunday utid Monday Fox News and Selected Short Continuous Show Sun. 1:1.1-11:00

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