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/ PAGE TWO BLYTHEVIU-E (ARK.) COUIUER NEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER S, 1949 Jane Shelton, Society Editor J'lione 4461 Mrs. Whitis Revie\vs Book For Chapter "N" of PEO Mrs. Harry Newton Whitis reviewed the book, "Happy K\'ei - After" by Harsell Spcncc. at the meeting yesterday of Chapter "N" °< the PEO sisterhood when Mrs. Hnrry W. Haines and Mrs. C. E. digger were hostesses to 15 members and one guest at the Crleger home. This review wns in complement to the Chapter's program tor the year which is a study o! the contemporary literature In the regions of America. A short business meelinr was conducted by the president. Mrs. J. W. Adams, following the review. A 1 o'clock luncheon wns given In compliment to the group at the Country Cluh with the Christ mas theme repeated throughout the decorations of the entertaining room. Each ol the glass lowed tables at which the guests were sratert was centered with a slender pine fra?- ranced candle. Completely enclrcl- ' ing the base were pine needles and nandina berries. Tiny white plare cards In which were placed minature red felt potn- settas held In streamers of red ribbons marked each guest's place for the three-course luncheon. Hotel Noble Selling > For D.A.C. Meeting .Members of the Co!. John Martin Chapter of the Daughters of the American Colonists met yesterrtaj noon at Hotel Noble for luncheon and a brief business session. Presiding was Mrs. H. W. Wylie chapter regent. A secretary's report of the previous meeting was read by Mrs. Roland Green, and Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr., treasurer presented her report, Members voted to make a donation of the national projects of the organization, and carried out other routine . business. Committee chairman appointee by Mrs. Wylie to serve during the coming year include Mrs. Ellis, national defense; Mrs. Marion Will- lams, patriotic education; Mrs. A M. R. Branson, correct use of the flag; Mrs. James B. Clark, oloniza- tion an dlocating and marking his torle spots; Mrs. E. M. McCall, rehabilitation and veteran's hospit als; Mrs. E. R. Mason, publicity ljuncheon was served In the mail dining room of the hotel. • i • "Afternoon At The Movie Theme of Birthday Party A trip to the movies complct with nn Ice cream cone afterward complimented the 50 young guest, who attended the fifth birthda party yesterday of Gcan Brook At kinsbn, .son of Dr. and Mrs. Gea - AUrJnson. The guests gathered In the Mirro Room of Hotel Noble, which bedecked in yellow and red -stream ers and balloons for the occasioi A Christmas story, Mickey^ Molts and other comedies were among tl movies .shown the group. As each guest left the "movie" h passed by a red and yellow -cream bar which was g\mrded "sheriff" Harry Frltizus, Jr., wit a yellow and red bedecked clow portrayed by Jimmy Cassldy rii trlbutlng the balloons find tiny fa\ ors. Ice cream cones and individu cakes were presented from the yr low and red bar. The birthday cake which ccnten the main serving table wa.s placi on a musical placque which playc "Happy Birthday." During,the afternoon photoRrn snd moving pictures were taken the group. Out-of-town guests attending were Susan and Anne Osborne and Nancy McKLnnon of Manila. Mrs. Copcland Honors C. B. C. Club, Guest Bits of News M AUK 1 AGE AXNOUVn I) Mrs 3i;nc Williams of Caruthcisville wns pfrjre her marriage October 15 in otl, Ark.. Miss Jacfiuehno Wat- Ins. She Is the daughter of Mr. Mrs, W. C. Watkins uf Caruih- rsvitlc. \nnual Program Presented or Supper Club, Guests As has been the custom for sev- ral years during the Christmas sca- on, Noble GL!1 compliinentpd mem- er.s and guests of the Dei] Supper Club with a musical program. ThU ear he presented the program at he meeting of the group Thursday light at the Legion Hut. HLs program included four songs vhich represented the people's fco- lomic and personal life moods for he year. The selections were, "But- OILS and Bows", "Riders in The "Why Don't ou Maul Oli and Love Me" and "That Lucky Old .un". Following dinner Mr. GUI led the group in singing Christmas .-onys He was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Charles Kennett. In complement to the-Yule season i large tinsel and brightly colored :lecorated tree WHS placed In the nain ball room with a miniature .ree placed on the, mantel. Supper was served from the "U" shaped arranged tables which were overlaid with white cloths and looped In garlands of greenery and nan- dina berries. Crystal candlesticks holding lighted red tapers lightec the scene. Approximately 100 members : guests attended the affair. Mr. and Mrs. Max Graham daughter, Connie, left Thursday fo Temple, Texas, where they will vl.si Sgt, and Mrs. Tommy Tinker anc family. They plan to remain, tsvi weeks, M r. a n d M rs. Ray Beck a n i daughter, Davriij will arrive tod a from Detroit, Mich,, to spend I davs as guests of Mr. Beck's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Heck sisters, Miss I^elia Beck and Mrs "rank Kdrington of Condition of Mrs. Agnes Lane vho suffered a heart attack las ht at her home on Ash Streei s critical. Mrs. Lane is in Blythe •illfi Hospital. i.".s VK'ian Taylor and Miss Jan Vil.son left Friday for Dyersburj, I'emi,, xvliore they will spend th veekcnd as guests of MJH.S Taylor' iiint, Mrs. C. C. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Meyers, aiv on E. A. of Memphis, Mr. and Mr. 1 iarl Buss of Lepanto and Mr. anc Mrs. Edward Lcuye mid son, Jerri if West, Helena arrived today )e with Mrs. Agnes Lane who i n critical condition at BlythevIH ifospitfil following a heart at lac ast night. Mrs. Meyers, Mrs. B:is- ind Mrs. Leuye arc all sisters Mrs. Lane. Mr.und Mrs. H. L Traut of Mem ;>hls arrived today to be the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. L rone and family. Mr. and Mrs, Everett Eubank ami Mrs. Muble Smith will !ea\ ,n the morning for Lit lie Roc rt visit Mr. and Mrs. Enbanks' sot James Tucker, who is a patient a tbe Crippled children's home. The an to return Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs, Haydcn Cortl and family o! Springfield. Mo., will be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. a. G. Throntnn and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cord are former Blytheville resident. 1 ?. CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By Joiin Douglass Uhlhiliy Clnl> Mccfs t- The member.? of the Friendly Birthday Club were entortained Frilay of last week at the home of, Mrs. Thomas Culdwell. All members] were present, j As there were no birthdays this nonth the group drew for the prize. It was won by Mivs. Lily Tinder, •amas and conte.st-s were enjoyed. In Raines ,priw?.s, went to ^^rA. John Scott, Mr.s. Woodrow Green, Mr.s. John Allen, nnd Mrs. Tinder. Rule. 1 ; and regulations for the coming year were discussed and plans were made for a Christmas party to be held on December 16, at the home of Mr.s, Tinder. Mrs. Culdwell served refreshments after the program. MrthoilTst Clrch: .Mccls Circle One of the Woman's Society of Christian Service met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs, Ti.stadt. Twenty-four members attended, MM. Fi'Cd Young was In charge of the devotional. She recited her favorite Christmas sUiry taken from Mike. Mrs, R, L. Ward presented the program on "nu.slnp.^ and 1'ro- fe^^iotifll Womr.n of the B'blc 1 " A routinp business merlins? was i conducted. The ^ioup voU'd to do- j nate loys for "cheer .ba.skrus" tc be | presented to children :it Clui^tnius. , They al.so rilFcu-sed plans for their Christmas party. The ho-stess. a.wlstert by Mr. 1 *. J. Half Moon News Mr, and Mrs. Jfarold Mynurd am. daughter, Raydell, spent the weekend in Crystal Springs, Miss.. tests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Clark St. Louis, Mo., Miss Mary Ellei Deason of Black Water, and Mrs Mildred ChFipmnn of West Ridgi visited Mrs, T, Alexandera the pas week. J-eon Cobb of Shawnce. Okla spent* the week with his uncl Hir.schel Alexandra. Mrs. B. F. Gay, Si., who has beei visiting her son, B. P. Gay. Jr., I Memphis has returned home, Mr. and Mrs, Lois Hawkins an family, Mr. anri Mrs. T. C. Hawkln and family and Mr. anil Mrs. Arth ur Pentcr and family were the Sun rlay guests of Mr. am! Mrs. R. Hawkins when Mr. and Mrs. Hawk ins entertained with a birthday din ner for F.oi.s Hawkins, Tows Senior Hioh School Honor Roll Coming Events Civic Calendar Monday Wesleyan WSCS meets at Church t 2:30 p.m. Circle Two of Calvary Baptist ,ieots at church at 2 p.m. Missionary .Study Group of Wonen's Council of First Christian nocls with Mrs, A- R. Wctenkamp A'ith Mrs. Bernard Graham co- Women of the First Baptist ;iiurcl) meet 'At church for Lottie .loon program at 10 o'clock and lotluck dinner, Miss Jcttye Huffman entertains GKO Club, ' Lake Street W.S.C.3. meets at Church at P,:30 [Mil. First Methodist Wesley an Guild meets with Miss Mary Hubler at 30 p.in, Tuesday Mr.s. Doyle Henderson hostess to Lic.sd.ay Bridge. Club Eight meets with Mrs, Gra- liarn Sudbury. 42 Blytheville Girls Become Scouts In Ceremonies in Methodist Church Nuevc entertained by Clarence We'jb. Mrs. W. D. Tom ines'. principal r B!ytlH". r il!e Srninr High Sirhoo!. U: day aniinum'ed the honor roll an honorable mention for the .second six weok.s of the first semester. Honor Roll — Charles Prchard. John Wilks. Murray Kmart. Vivian Jonrs. Bom 110 N T ell McCormlck. Mona Gaines. Laura Hemby. Marpie Hale. Jo Alice McOure, Melba. Hill. Shirley Kins. Jnhnny Mis R. M. Lot-ail hastens to Town and Country. Thursday .Irs. P. D. Foster entertains Thursday Club. TN club meets with Mrs. George Ford. Avulon Bunco Club entertained bj Mrs. Bill Gilbfiw. Thursday Night Club meets \vltl Mr.s, Burks Barker. Friday Mr.s. A. R. Weienkamp hosier to the Friday Club. Mrs, C. S. Dowdy compliment. C. B. C. Club. Friday Contract meets with Mrs Dovle Homtcrson. H. Parkinson, served fruitcake with whipped cream and coffee. 1/nals Jack Allen, a sophomore at, Southwestern College In Memphis. Tenn., spent, (lie Thank-giving holidays with his parent*, Mr. and Mrs. George I. Allen. Jack had n.s his guest for the weekend, Christy Morgan who is also a .student at Southwestern. FLovd Btrnhart i.s spending a few; - ••-,. , ,,,,-, r, r rtavs in St. Louis. Mo., tins WCCK on ! R " !h "«'•<•• ""» Borowsky. Irene at the new homr of Mr=. C. S. Lorn- busine's McCnok, Shirley Lovelace, Marilyn i <>ns on Country Club Drive. Dru'gherty, Vivian Patterson. Vir- The meeting W:IA opened with the pinia I'epnrr. Betsy Hell. C^rol Bull- devotional, "God's Unspeakable ev. Mnx Hill, Peg(:v Gtlmcr, Albert j Gift" which was presented by Mrs. Forty-two Blythevlllc girls are Girl Scouts today after having received Scouting pins at Investiture ceremonies last night at the First Methodist chinch. In connection with the ceremonies the Scouts with their leaders were shown a lilm, "World Friendship," by Dob Jamison and Dick Watson, of Arkansas-Missouri Power Company. In the flag ceremonies that fol- owed Sara Strickland, Emily Sue Damon, and Carolyn Crafton were o!or guards; and 10 other scouts )articipated in candle-lighting ser- ces where Scout taws were reveal- After the Scout Promise the group sang the Star Spangled Banner and the leaders presented pins the VI yirls having met the requirments. From the Central Troop, led by Mrs. W. Campbell, 18 girls received pins. Thye were: George Ann Byrd, Anlce Chandler, Beth Johnson, Anita Wroten, Carol Pillow, Wanda Wren, Gail Urogdon, Sally McCutchon, Paula Palmer, Pat Willam, Dartene Feinbcrg. Melbrv Jones Elsie Webster, Omega Alexander, Mary Louise Turnage, Dorothy Eagan, Mary Josephine White nnd Joyce Squires. Eleven of those receiving Girl Scout pins, indication the passing of tenderfoot requirements, were from the Lange Troop, led bv Mrs. Fred Stoadman, They include; Gail Cra'vford. Patricia Davis, Barbara Gravc=. Sherry Kay Hudson, Patricia John son. Donna Sue King Toby Ann Long, Nan Miller. Eiipha Mullins, Ann Sisler and Louelleh Zcller. From Sudbury Troop I led by Mrs. Coady Eaton, 13 g| r l s received Scout pins They were: Kay La Forney, Ruthie Cooper, Beulah Davis, Linda Kettinger, Billie Sue Gee, Martha Ann While, Jlmmie Ann Goff, Mary Lou Garnett Linda chamblln, Linda Fowler Gwendolyn Golden, Janet Betty Joyce Crocker. Martin and Dorcas Class Feted At Christmas Party The annual Christmas parly of the Dorcas Class of the First- Baptist Church was held yesterday afternoon, when the 19 members met Mrs. John Mcdlin of Maiden. Mo., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W<xxl- row Green. Jane and Jot 1 Aquino, children oF Dr. and Mrs. P. J. Aquino, .spent the holidays visiting in Jackson. Tenn., in the home of their Ejrand- morher, Mi\s. J. F. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Milton and Miss Evelyn June Milton motored Fairfield, Kdward Pipkin, Mary Sue c. S. Stevens. Watkins. Maxlne Hipp. Graham J Mrs. C. L McWaters led hi pray- Suclbury Clovls Gtmictt. Delfino e r alter which Mr.s Stevens told the McMillen. Harold Daniels, Nancy story, -why The Chimes Rang" Hamilton. So mini LOUR. Ann Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Rill Roydep and j to Carbonriale. 111.. laM weekend to daughter. Miss Donncll Royden of visit their prents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cnpcland was hostess to members of the C. B. C. Club Christmas Party Fetes Thursday Night Cluh Mrs, George Slllwell wns hostess to members of the Thursday Night Club at her home last night for a Christ mas party. A large Christmas tree gaily decorated In lights, snow, and varicolored baubles was placed in the main entertaining room In which the members were seated. Arranged among the snow-covered cotton were the miscellaneous gifts. Centering the dining table wns a minature replica of the tree. In the evening rook games Mrs Raleigh Sylvester won high nnd Mrs. J. A. Snliba rooko. Following the exchange of gifts. Mrs. Stilwell served refreshments which were in complement to tho Christmas colors, red nnd green. Friday Club, Guests Feted By Mrs. Taylor Mrs. Max Logan and Mrs, Albert Taylor met with members of the Friday Club when Mrs. Harmon T.ilor* entertained the gorup at her home. Bridge was played during the afternoon m the entertaining rooms which y ere decora toil in ivy and Dycrsburg arrived last night to be the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs A. L Haynes and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wilson of Wilmington, Ohio. Mr. anrl Mrs. R. N. Falge and Mr. and Mrs. L, V. Larson of Anderson, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Rnlph Hanna of Pcr\i, Ind.. arrived today to spend the week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire. Miss Sue Bovdon of Slkeston, Mo.. s the weekend guest of Miss Cleo Ingram and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Ingram. Condition of Aubrey Con way who been confined to his home for several days with a severe cold improved today. -G. Milton. Mis-i Jacqueline Roland, who Is j attending Southwestern College at | Memphis, spent the week end in the i home o[ her mother Mr.s. Paphon Roland. Jim Ed Reeves visited with Ills parents during the holidays. He is a law student nt Missouri University iti Columbia, Mo. Joe Bartholomew, ^-lio is In Jackson. Miss., spent the holidays with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Smith were here last week visiting hi the home of their respective parents'. Mr. and Women fo Lear/ Services n Church and one guest yesterday Mrs J D °'" cr greenery for t.he affair. Sm'.lh wns the club's only pupst Ml ' H Logan won high, and Assorted fall nnwcrs " brimmed! Taylor second and brictgo. from the pottery vnses which \vprel I*'ri"S the afternoon Mrs. Taylor placed in the room i:: which thn j -"t'rved a dessert cour.se. members and guests were seated for I * . the rook g a mp s ! Friday Contract, Gucsls Mrs. C. S. Dr.v.riy won Inch. .Mrs. j Alvin Hardy srcnnd hi<;h and Mrs. Moot Paul Bynim rooko. Following the pamp Mrs. Coprl;md | Mrs. l.lnyrt WhiUaker served a pie and cnflre. ! members r»f the Friday itli Mrs. Wliitlakci Mrs. Smith and Mrs. J. M. McFall. Mr, Smith is attending college In Carbondale. 111. = r j,,^ Mr. and Mrs. Carol Bennett oft Memphis,'Tenn., spent several days lust week with their respective parents. Mr. and Mv.s. J. R. Pierce and Mr. and Mrs. Bennett. Miss Sue coker. a student at the the WomrnV University of Missouri, sprnt'thn " ' holidays vlnUns her parents, ^fr. anrl Mrs. Obye Coker. . Dr. and Mr.s. D. D. Pinion are spending several wc"ks visiting relatives in Cnrydon. Ky With them Mrs. Pinion's cousin. M-SJ; Daisy [n observance of Day, women of the First Christian Church will he in full charge of the evening services there tomorrow nhht, Mrs. Lester D. Slrubhar will rend the scripture, Mrs. J. C. Ellis will end In prayer, Mrs. Harry Bradlev McC alnster",""o'f Memphis, Tenn. nil present the program of special j Mrs Mnry Qranthnm of San Ail- Jlhimie Weld man. Dick Reid, Howard Higeinson. Sally Trieschmann, Bobbv Orsburn. Sur Orsburn. Stanley Zellner. Larry Baker. Tommy Dowdy. Linda Bunch, Aleda. Freeman, Betty Lovelace, Fruma Borowsky, Lula Wayne Liston. Bonlta Slankard, Patty Bartholomew, Martha Nichols. Patsy Pope, Dixie Sut- ion, Dallas May, Rosemary Monaghan. Dona Sue Gore. Nancy Shiv>ley. BilJy Craftnn, Jnvce Ingram. Frances riobin?on, Charles . Kln- nin'ghnin. Merry Nett Lane unit Shannon Langley. Honorable Mention ----- Winnibeth Buckley, Pat Burks. Mary Jo Eaton, Dolores Parker. J. B. Rit'^. Mary Ann Robcson, Emadel Swcarengt-n, Bob Blorleetl, DIanna Zeller. Allen Bush, Warren McClure, Juanlta Han.'iLoSs Cruse, Emma Blancharrt, Pegsy Freeman, Nancy Damon. Millie Ann Mallory, Mftrjnrle Par- Miuy Sue Simj-oon. Winnie Good.son, Patsy Calvcrt, Billy Dean Jackson, Ted Vance. Pat Hearn Barbara Ann Johnson. Cliarline Cameron. Shirley White. Tommy Harrison, How el I Boyd. Nfona Goori- tlwendolyn Uhoads. Shirley The group 'exchanged Christmas pift.s after which the hoste. ; s, Mrs. Lemons f and the co-hostesses, Mr.s. W. M. Lewis and Mrs. C. F Tucker served refreshments A hand painted tray was presented Mrs Lemons from the group in appreciation for her work as teach- r of the group. Nandina berrle.s in profusion were used to decorate the home. At 1 he Hospitals Ulvllu-vilh-. UosiiUiEl Dismissed: Don Brooks, City. Leathan Mcdlin. City. Walls UospHal Dlsniissrtl: Barney Cochran. City. Mrs. Rkhnrd Hayne.s, Rt. 3. Madge Vastbinder. City. Mr.s. Raymond Palmer. City. Herbert Covey, Hornbeak, Tenn, Sharp. Louise Sullivan, Carolyn Litiizench, Jerry Jo Lewis. Patty Pi-Svett, Grnnville Cooley, Peggy Lynn Smith. Jgne Wilson, Lavernc Bail. Bobbie Jean Seymore, Patsy Bartholomew. Betty Knlpple. BopfisJrs InQunch S"3e-*"ial Proaram At Chnnc! Mission The • Baptisi Training Union the chapel Mission on Lilly Street will bunch an enlargement cr pai?n with a study course and visitation program this week, the Rev David .Smith, pastor, announced today. The campaign will begin at 5 pni tomorrow when four groups being ] the .study of department manuals The .study courses will be completed Tuesday night, after two 45 Minute sessions are conducted for hree lays. The classes will begin at p.m. tomorrow and last until 7:45. with a break between the two class- for the Training Union Mipper. On Monday and Tuesday nights the classes will begin at 7 p.m. and close at ft:-15 p.m. The adult manuals will be taught by the Rev. Mr. smith, and the Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor of the First Baptist. Church; the young people by Miss Hazel Brannan, and the 1 Intermediate and junior department manuals by Miss Ruby Brown; and the story hour manual by John Mays. The union at the Chapel Miss was organized, on November 20 of i this year, and now has an enroll- 1 mcnt of 47 members. \ A visitation program will be launched in connection with the. study courses- to incren.se >.he e»- rollment. Shmv Starts 7:(X) Mox Office Opens 6:45 Bargain Ntghl Kvery Night Kxce[)l Saturday NI> parses hoJiorcd on Sunday The 11OXX Sntnrrlay Gun Law Justice uitli -limtny \Vnkcly il ".hunes llrnthers" Xo, < anil Sliorl I. .Sliuiv'mg Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday * Monday DOUBLE FEATURE I Shot Jesse James with Preston Foster a Britton Kox Net's Cont. Showing Sunday 1:30-11:M Wade Bettv Frances Arnev, Charlie i Thomas Holder, Jerry Berry. Belkn'ap. Nita Rose Hall, Vehna > Bailey nnd Betty Ann Mullins. music and Mrs. Rouse Harp will serve as organist. I Mrs. W. D. Cobh will lead the' =ervice. i A book review of the current best seller, "The Cry of the Beloved Lnnd." 1 will bo presented by Mrs. tonio, Texas, returned, home Mon- dav ofter visiting in the home of , • ncsd °? > for chr | 5lian | c(t W ed.„.,,. \ tr , n(r .,, Ij °" Lv " °' " " i.s faking nur.^e'.s training: at Barnes I Ho-spito! In St. LouK | Mr. and Mr?. R. M. Wicks had a.- jl their guests this week their rtanirli- ter and .son-in-law. Mr. and Mr.s Gene Wingricld, of Cooler. Mn, of a linv's rrfonnalory In Smith Africa \vho tells of a particular case oc- i:tiring there. The bncik wns written in Norway while the author there studying reformatory methods. The be ok is now appearing in - - , . ., play form on Broadway and will Mr. anri Mr.s. Ralph Vtck and chil- soon be seen as a movie. idren of Dccring. Mo., were in town Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dean . | Virk and other relatives. Miss Billie Lnmb spent the holidays at home visiting her parent-. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Limb. MJ.S.S Lamb is employed at STeeleville. Mo. Jimmy McFall vi.sited with his mother, Mr.s. J M. MrFall. during Club and two guests at the weekly meeting. The guests attending were Mrs. Jesse Taylor and Mrs. Neal Go.iell. During the games Mrs. Gcscll won 111' Mrs. George D. Pollock. and Mrs. Taylor briclgo. During the afternoon Mrs. Whittaker .served refreshments. j the holidays. He is attending inn University of Missouri at Cnlumbin Mo use 25 mg. AHTIHISTAMINIC Now for Sale Without Prescription in the Interest of Public Health! BOTTLE OF 25 TABLETS WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main % DISCOUNT On All Present Stocks of General Electric and Kitchen Kraft METAL WALL & BASE CABINETS W* or* closing out these Cabinet Lines. HUBBARD & HOKE Appliance Co. Our Crowds Compel Two Morning Services at the OF Main & 61 Highway ; KAIU.Y SF-HVICK S.45 i mm.K S'l'UDY «:5() > SKCONI1 SKIIVICB 10:5(1 Where Christ and Christians Meet Sunday Morning "What Are You V/orth?" TAXI J-Tjumin'^:' 'inl n M Sunday Night 7:30 "Operation of Holy Spirit" RADIO PROGRAM H.-F. Sharp, Evangelist Call Ask for cither while or colored driver. Kifihl cnbs at your service. Continuous Shows liox Office Opens 1 :-15 Show Starts 2:00 10:00 a.m. ri:4S p.m. 4:30 p.m. LISTEN TO KLCN Saturday Return of Wildlife with Richard Arlcn and Psilricia Morrtsim Serial "Wild Bill Hickok" No. 10 and Short Conl. Showinj Sal. 12:30-11:39 Sunday and Monday TOOCMCT PITCHES ITCH BANK LEVELING 1RRIVATE ROADS OR vA.NY , KEEP RUNNING ^FOREVER... \ aboflet can travel faster thai you can j run! t S.J.COHEN Contractor ;-^LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. •S:, ? Qtote 36460^2525 .,» John Ireland • Btulah Sondi • Percy Kilbri* Ictwr.tfSjOroI^-jt . tt.ftitat, M^sriOIH **4&^&W &XW Pio&xri by MIUON HOLMES ,• : ''-T^.T^^";:r^r!r*^H. -fie**.:: TT • • -T Continunus Showing Sun. 1:15-11:00 Paramount News & Selected Shorts RECTAL Ol'SEASES A SPECIALTY DRS. NIES & NIES

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