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PAGE-TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Auxiliary, St. Stephen's # Episcopal church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. E. R. Mason. Woman's Society of 'Christian Service, First Methodist church, meeting -2:30 o'clock at church. Missionary Union, First •Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Mission Study group, Woman's Council, 'First' Christian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. JR. C. Rose. Woman's Auxiliary, First .Presbyterian church, having mission study .program at church, 2:30 o'clock, .preceded by executive ; board meeting at 2:00 o'clock. Ladies' Missionary Council. As- .5embly..of God Church, meeting 7:30 o'clock at parsonage. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian .Fine Arts group meeting -9:30 o'clock at public library. Mrs. Jack Bishop and Mrs. Algie Bishop entertaining Wesleyan Guild, First Methodist church, 7:30 o'clock at church. business . Women's Circle, Firs: Baptist church, meeting 7:30 o'clock with 'Dr. .Edna Nies. Chapter N, iP, E. O. Sisterhood, -meeting 7:30 o'clock .with Mrs L.. E. Old. .Miss .Margaret Shaver -entertaining Double G Bridge 'Club. Mrs. '-Joe G. Trieschmann having Tuesday Club. -City Contract Club meeting with Mrs. George D. Pollock. .-Mrs. J.--Nick Thomas entertaining Tuesday Bridge -Club. Mrs. J. -N. .Dillon having Tuesday Bunco Club. Tuesday Afternoon Club reeling •with;Mrs. J. E. Beasley. ;WEDNESDA.Y'S EVENTS -Lpy Welch entertain his -Delta- .Contract Club. ;:Mr5. O. W. McCutchen having •Town ••• and Country Club. : ADC Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. James Terry. - -Mrs.- G. A. -Cunningham onter- taining.• "Wednesday Bridge Club. V; ; THURSDAY'S EVENTS Joint -meeting vof Woman's For- wgri .Missionary Society and Young Woman's -Foreign Missionary Society . of the First Church of the .Nazarene, 1:30 o'clock, nt the church. Woman's Missionary Society, Pilgrim .^Holiness Tabernacle, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Muriel Payne at Burdette. •Mrs. /Byron morse entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club. .Mid-Week Bridge Ciuo meeting Mrs. B. A. Lynch: ;:Mrs.; iC- ; W. Garngan having Thursday Afternoon Cmb. .Mrs. J. L. .Nabers entertaining Thursday Bridge Club. "Cee-Que -Bridge Club 'meeting with JMiss, 'Frances Mcliancy. •.Mrs: Frank'Clark having ^ day ^uessert Clbu. Thursday Contract Club .meeting -with ..Mrs. Carroll Blakemorc. ..Mrs. Ed, Cook' entertaining Boucie Four Bridge Club. Airs. Bena'rd McFarland having Y. M. B. Club. ;• .FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs:. Arch Lindsey ''entertaining C. ;B. -C. Club.. Friday ^Contract Club .-meeting with Mrs. K S. Benish. house to 40 members and friends of the department. Mrs.' Stcphan, former concert/ violinist and teacher of the violin in t)as city, gave an account of the violin, parting; with -its origin and relating the history aip to, our !7joclern instrument of precision. Facts concerning the. old masters .such us Guarneri, Arnati, Stradivari as and the French bow-maker, Tourtc, were pointed out, as well as the construction of the old and modern violins. Following the lecture, Mrs, Stephan played "The Scene of the Ballet," Charles Deberiot, a condensed concerto. For encores she played "Cradle Song," Ackerlyn, and "Sylvia." Spc-akes. Mrs. Ralph Berryman was the accompanist throughout the program. During the social hour the hostesses, Mrs. R. E. Blaylock, Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and Mrs. Russell ~'ar- ham, .served coffee and cookies. Valentine motif was carried out in the decorations. * • • Party Given For ^ Kcv. Boyd A party was given Thursday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hocott for the Rev. Boyd Eldredge by .members of his for^- mer pastorate, the Second Baptist church. The Rev. Mr. Eldredge has been succeeded by the Rev. Hayden Graham, of Centralia. Forty two guests were present at the. party to present to the guest; of honor a chest of silver. After games had 'been played, the group popped popcorn and other refreshments were served. W. F. M. S. Meets Ten members of the Woman's Foreign .Missionary Society of the Church of the Nazarene and two visitors met for a business session Thursday afternoon at the : church. Visitors were Mrs. Lillie Franks and the Rev. -Fletcher Spruce, pastor of the church. Mrs. Dixie Hicks gave the devotional and prayers were offered by O. A. Dunivant, of Steele. and the Rev. Mr. .Spruce. Plays With Club Mrs. James B. Clark played cards with members of the Friday Contract Club Friday afternoon when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. R. C. Allen. Refreshments were served after the games in which Mrs. H. G. Partlow was .high and Mrs. Jesse M. White, second high scorer. For Bible Study A Bible, sl.iidy was' conducted at the meeting of 11 members of the Young Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Church of the Nazarene and four visitors Thursday night at the home of "Mrs. Roy White. Visitors were Mrs. Dun Roberts and Mrs. Capitola Ball, both of Csceola. Mrs. Luther Tyrone and [. C. Hooper. After Mrs. Fletcher Spruce talked on '"Why I Believe in SaneUfica- tion", seven excerpts from the Bible were read and commented on by the. members. Mrs. Roberts and Miss Dorothy Rylec offered prayers. During the social hour which followed, sandwiches and iced drinks were served. Have Luncheon .Meeting: Fourteen members of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Pilgrim Holiness Tabernacle were Bits of News Mostly Personals ____ ' • j. _ Mrs. Cluu-lc.s Oplesby j« resting; well today after having been relieved Friday from Memphis Baptist hospital she recently underwent a .major operation. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Berryman and family aro spending the 'week end in Caruthersvillc with their mothers, Mrs. Aubrey Elliott and Mrs. S. A. .Berryman. Mrs. Rex White, of .Stuttgart, will return home today after .having .spent several days here with' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elklns' and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reedy. J. J. Pickren is able to be out after having been ill for a few weeks. Mrs. Rodney L. Banister spent Thursday find Friday in Dexter with Mrs. Fred Smith Sr. and family. She was accompanied home by Mrs. Smith Sr. and Mrs. Smith Jr.. ntfd daughter. Ann, who will spend a lew days here .before going 10 Memphis where they will reside. They will join Mr. 'Smith Jr., who is connected with .the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company there. John F. Reinmiller. who is ill of pneumonia, continues to improve after having been removed to his home Friday afternoon from Blytheville hospital. Miss Billie Leg&ett. a student, at the University of Mississippi at Oxford, is spending the week end -here with her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. W. C. Leggctt. She has as her guests her roommate at the University, Miss Vivion Reed, of Dyersburg, and also Miss June Leggett, of Memphis. CHURCH NEWS Mrs. -RAV Hnll removed to rt. attack. 'The condition of Mrs. Hall, who has been ill for several weeks, is quite serious. A sister. Miss Mabel Pittman, of Holly Springs, Miss., came last night 'to be with her for the week end. Entertains Club . Mrs. . Harvey Morris .entertained members "of the Duo-Quad'Bridge club and four guests for a party at-her home Friday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Raymond , Schmuck, 'Mrs. George A. Hamil- i entertained at: a Dutch luncheon 'ton, Mrs. Jess Horncr and Mrs. i Thursday at. the Burdetto home of s Menu FIKSI" BAPTIST CIITIKCII Walnut at Eighth Alfred Carpenter, x 9:30 a, m. Bible" school. 10:45 a. m. Morning worship. Anthem and special music. Sermon Rev. C. B. .Welsh of the Central Baptist Church 'of Memphis preaching In the -absence, of The Rev. Alfred Carpenter. 6:30 p. m. Training Union—General Assembly in the auditorium. 7:30 p. in. evening preaching hour. -Special music. Sermon—Rev C. E. Welsh. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH 1700 West Main street H. Graham, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Proaching, 11:00 'a. m. Preaching, 7:30 p. m. . B. T. U.. 6:30 p. m. Wednesday prayer service, 7:30 p. m. Sunday school officers wij meet Friday, 7:30 p. m. BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street 8:30 a. m. Bible School—Nat, H Brittain" will bring a clevo'tiona message. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth Geo. W. Patterson. Minister '9:45 a. m.. Bible School, -Russel Baiham, superintendent. 11:00 a. m., worship, communion and preaching. "A Universal Need will be the sermon theme. 7:30 p. m., worship and preaching. "Just One Word—'Come'" wil be the sermon theme. Wo most cordially invite the public. Strangers in our city especially invited. We'll try to make you glad you came our way. TEMPLE ISRAEL Herman Pollack, rabbi 1:30 p. m. Sunday school classes will meet. 3 p. m. Weekly services. Sermon will be based on Louis Adamic's "Prom Many Lands." William Borowsky will lead a Town .Half;' discussion on the subject of "The Synagogue and Good Will." Everyone, is welcome to attend. George Muir. In "the games, club prize went to Mrs. T. .L. Heaton, guest prize to 'Mrs. Raymond Schmuck and bridgo to Mrs. Homer, [Mrs. T. McKay. A quilt begun at, a lonner meeting was -completed. Plans were made to do sewing for vmcierpriv- Foaowing the games, the host-: ni £- eleged children *it the next meot- Mrs. -Bessip Criner gave the de- jvotional. The group was dismiss- t ed with prayer by the iwstov, Mrs. ess served cake and coffee. i * « Uses Valentine Motif The Valentine motif was Carries j °- w out -in decorations for ihe 6T B. C. ! * club party given Friday afternoon S !?as kS «P?>cr For by Mrs. O. O. Elkins." who often i - Tl ^'«r High Stair. plays with that group. ] Members of the junior lugh .Other guests besides mp mem--i -chool faculty and their husbancts bers were Mrs. Rex White of Stint- i anfl wives werp rntcrtsiincd at an •gart, houseguest of Mr. unti Mrs. I ^formol party given Thursday Joe Eikins and Mr. tuui Mr.>,! ni " nt b y Miss Monia Huc-he.s »t Charles Reedy. Mrs. Jack Alexander \ npr home. BY MRS. GAYNOR MADDOX NKA Service Staff Writer Pish and shell fish have about the same food value as meat an'd are usually cheaper than meat. 1 Salt water fish and shell fish are particularly important because they are rich in iodine. Today you can get salt water fish either "fresh or quick-frozen in practically every city or town in the United'states. Broiled fish steaks, served with butter, lemon and parsley or a tart sauce, arc always successful. To broil « fish steak, use your broiling rack. Grea.se ii lightly to prevent fish from sticking. Place steak on rack and broil about six inches under medium flame. Turn and broil on other side. When fish begins to fnll away from bone, the steak is done. Season with salt and. pepper, dot liberally with butter and garnish with lemon slices and parsley or watrecrcss. Serve very hot. Here's a seasonal fish sauce: CRANBERRY CATSUP Ci quarts) Four pounds fresh cranberries. 2 cups vinegar. 'J cups water, 5 cups brown sugar. 2 teaspoons cinnamon. 1 teaspoon cloves. 1 teaspoon allspice, 1 teaspoon salt. Cook cranberries, vinegar, and water together until all the skins pop open. Put through sieve. Combine with remaining- ingredients and cook together for 5 minutes. Seal in hot sterilized jars. Makes 2 quarts catsup. For a slightly dressed up party 1 dish, try this rielicioiLs combina- j Uon: BAKED FILLETS WITH OYSTER STUFFING (Serves -I to fil Ono pound haddock fillers, wilt, -1st, and 'Christian Science .Societies on Sunday, Teb. 2, The Golden Text is "The Lord iiath appeared of old unto me, say- ' ing, Yea, I have loved thee with on everlasting love: therefore with loving kindness have I drawn thee." Jeremiah 31:3 •> Among the citations which comprise .the LessonvSermon is the following from the .Bible: "m this was manifested the love of God toward us, because that God sent Ills only begotten Son into the world, that we might live through ^ him." 1 John '4:9 j 1 / The Lesson-Sermon also includes j" the following passages from the Christian Science God is -universal' eternal, divine Love, which chang- eth not and causeth no'evil, disease, nor death." p. KQ CHURCH OF CHRIST W. Main off Highway 61 Dciiton M. Ncal, evangelist lord's Day services: Bible classes, 9:50 a.m. Preaching, H;00 a.m. Communion; i'a:50 a.m. Young 'People's Bible class, 6:45 p.m. Preaching, 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week services: Wednesday, 7:45 p.m., Bible study and song practice. Thusday, 2:30 p.m., Ladies' Bible class. Daily broadcasts. KLCN. week days, .12:15-12:30 o'clock., Sunday, 2:30-3:15 o'clock. You arc invited to each of our services. You will always find hearty welcome with us. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh and Ash Streets S. A. Merrill, pastor 8:30 a.m. .Radio program. 9:45 a.m. -Sunday school. John Davis, superintendent. 11:00 -a.m. Children's church. 7:45 p.m. Evangelistic service. Tuesday, 7:45 p.m. Young People's meeting. Friday, 7:45 .p.m.. Bible study. The public is cordially invited" to ihese 'services. and flower-shower embroidery is being used for entire summer !• dresses, not just for lingerie trims. ' ' in the expensive cotton fabrics. there are some Mexican "imports cf thin, soft 'cottons, hem-stitched an'd with drawn- work bands done in bright blues and reds. But if these are too bright, your ".French" dress needn't be more elaborate :than a white handkerchief linen with Venetian-blind tucks from top to hem. Hollywood Reclis co ve -r s That Certain For Air In New Modes .. MlSS , Engaged T \/ r> nr n lo Van C Llll0tt BV LUCIE NEVlLi: NTiA Service Staff Corrc.spondeni HOLLYWOOD. — In the spring 'collections there is a type of frock that has been almost forgotten since tailored sports clothes : ami gaudy peasant skirts became popular, and since embroidery -hoops went out of circulation. We used to call them "French" dresses (even though they weren't imported), and they were -m-'acle of handkerchief linen in pastel shades, with fine handwork trims that set them apart from our fveryday, machine-made dr-ssses. Wo wore them on blazing hot Cobina Wright, Jr., popular socialite signed by 20th Century- Fox, wears a bib front dress of cobalt blue and white linen, joined with hand embroidery or white and blue vine leaves. PllbGRTIVI LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets H. JT. Kleindienst, Paslor Divine service, 10 a. m. Subject: "The Light of the Gospel'". Sunday school. 11 a. m. 'The Lutheran Hour each Sunday' 12:30 p. m. over WMPS and 3:30 over KLCN. Religious classes resumed Monday through Friday. A cordial welcome to all. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE First and Sycamore Streets Fletcher Spruce, Pastor Sunday School opening exercises. 9:45 a. in. Bob Tyrone, superintendent. Special music and singing, -10:45 a.' m. "The Kind of Revival Blvihcvlllc , GOSPEL TABERNACLL Lilly and Vine Streets Clifford L. Thacker, >pastor • Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. The Rev. Roy Handley/ superintendent. Worship, 11:00 'a.m. P. Y. p. A., 6:45 p.m. Lestei Gray, president. Evangelistic service, 7:30 p.m. P. Y. -P. A..-Tuesday night, 7:30 Prayer meeting, Friday night 7:30 p.m. METHODIST CHURCHES Varbro-Promised Land Circuit A. L. Rig^s, paslor Promised Land : Church school. 10:00 a.m. Marcus 'Game's, superintendent. . > '-Preaching at 11:00 a.m. by pastor?:.' Stewards" meeting at * church, 2:00 p.m. Young People's League meeting. 6:30 .p.m. * W. S. C. S... Monday. 2:00 p.m. Yarbro: ' -Church school. 1:00 a.m. T. R. Ivy, superintendent. : -Young People's League meeting, B130 .p.m. Preaching, 7:00 p.m., by pastor. "Stewards' meeting after the) preaching service. -W. S. C. S.. Wednesday. 2:00 o'clock, at church. :<- Needs." 'sermon by pastor. 11 a. m. I CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE Radio broadcast. KLCN. 3:15 p. | m. N. Y. P. S. meeting. 6:45 p. m. Evangelistic service, sermon by pastor, 7:30 p. m. Topic: "How To Have The Kind Of Revival Blythc- ville Needs." Monday, Juniors" church, 3:30 p. m. meeting, at find Mrs. W. Ov;en Blue. A i:\vo course hamburger supper Scout News Prizes went to Mrs. G. J. Little' ^ a: ' served buffet style to the lor high and Mrs. Tern Turner tor ' ~" second high score. A combination salad and :•;;>,r.u- vrich plate with coffee \va.s .-.crved after the games. * • * Plan School of Missions Plans .lor a school of v.vi^iom to be conducted in March v.vve discus^ at a mectltui oi ;he executive board. "Woman's Mi^Knv ary tTnioa, ..First Baptist church. Friday afternoon at- the home oi Dr. Ecina .Nics.. Twelve members and i.wn vtsj. Monday night, sermon by The Rev. Enpha D. -Beastey. 7:30 p. m. Tuesday night, our revival conducted by Evangelist C. C. Knippers of Lawrenceburg, Tenn.. ^111 begin sennces each night, 7:30 o'clock. Thursday, prayer and fasting, 12:30 p. m. We welcome you to these regular .services, and the revival. PILGRIM T/VBKRNACU: UO Cherry Street Airs. O. W. Doss, pastor H:4. r » a.m. Sunday school. tl:00 a.m. Worship .service. Sermon topic: "Let Us Go Forth CONCEPTION J. J. Thompson, pastor "B. T. McDevitt^ assistant pastor 'First Mass nt Huffman at 8:00 o'clock. Second Mass at -BiytUeviHc at 10:00 -o'clock. .Monday. 2:00 o'clock, Radio tali: over KLCN. The Rr.v. B. P. McDevitt will giv^ Ihc third in a scries 'of radio instructions on "The Truth About the Catholic. Church.'- Our Sorrowful summer days, to church and af- terncon bridge parties and club meetings. You won't see very many of them, not more than a couple in each collection, .because tire if handwork puts them in a price bracket that's high for cotton dresses. But if you can take time off from knitting, you might -consider making .one for yourself, for ycur very special summer -day dress. Hemstitching, embroidery, designs in braid, •cut-work—any of! these will make your "French" dress. MAKES PLAIN DRESS PRETTY A vine-leaf embroidery -of white on blue and blue on white gives on unusual touch to the linen bib frock worn by Cobina Wright, Jr. —a frock .that would.be pretty, bin too plain without, this handwork. 'In another model by the same -designer. Marjorie. there's no bib front but just a dee]), wide white shoulder yoke set onto the linen with the vine leaves. Ancther variation that I've seen is a harlequin dress—one side white, the other dark color—with •its vertical, front and back seams joined with the leaf embroidery. The frock worn by Ida Lupino is from Louella Ballerino. who uses a lot of embroidery on her designs, though usually in peasant banding or woo! flowers. This cne. of sun yellow linen with a front, panel of white, has graduated squares of yellow inset on the bodice. They're outlined in very narrow white braid, and the designs in the/ "tiles" -or squares are flowers .made of the coiled and stitched-down braid. A narrow white kid belt and white linen un-' der-cuffs are light touches. EMBROIDERY USED FOR MORE THA\N TRIM Soutache braid is a hand-trim that RKQ's designer. Renee, likes for a number of outfits. She has almost, covered a white linen blouse, topper to linen slacks, with navy blue braid, and I Blytheville and now in Osccola. Also cartoon & serial "Green Ar- ; cher.'.' Continuous show till 11:30 .p.m. SUNDAY-MONDAY ...... . . with Jonn Harry more & Virginia 'Bruce Also Fox News & Comedy rararnount News & Comedy Phone Ritz 224 Phone Jloxy 3Z2 ROXY """" SATURDAY 'ONE MAN'S LAW with Don (Red.) Barry & Janet Waldo use.s .magenta braid mazes on the i Also uartoon & serial "Junior -G- tight cuffs and collar of a full-! Men". Continuous show till UrW sleeved olive green silk frock. i ' .m. More and more, eyelet-punched j HARRISON'S AUTO PARTS & GARAGE SERVICE STATION General Repairing. Welding; Across from Red Top Gin SUNDAY & MONDAY with .Ice Penner .& Linda Hayes Continuous show Sunday ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH OSCKOLA J. J. Thompson, psislor Mass each Sunday at 8:OQ o'clock. popper. 3 tablespoons butter. 1 ia-{ Bearing His Reproach." blcspoon chopped onion. 1 tablespoon parsley. 2 cups soft- bread crumbs. 8 oysters. '- cup milk. * for serving. Boys Girls Tnto add chopped onion and saute 5 minutes. Add bread crumbs and cut. oysters. Season with .salt, and pepper. Toss together and form in little mounds on top of li.sh. Place in baking pan. Pour milk around fillets and t'.akv in slow oven CjOO degrees F.) for 3f> to 40 minutes, depending on thickness of fillets. With 28.000 .students. New York ~:30 p.m. Evangelistic .service. "Who Could It. Be?" 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. mid-\vcck prayer service. Darius Wilson fonndnd the Royal Arcanum, a fralenia! society, in Boston in 1877. Thirty-eight, thousand persons: vise England's indoor ice skating rink-s each winter in normal times. «,M T hi'.rviSC. A Everyone is invited to attend I i AlHlOUJ)Oem.e.ntS graduated squares of yellow inset with a flower design in white soutache Irraid. 1 The machine gun first was patented in 1862 by R. j. Gatling. IncUanalopis. Tnd. the.se services. "They say we're frjemllv." DAfiOE KVERY SAT. NIGHT Blue Room HOTEL NOBLE The Courier News has been or»- thorized to make formal announce- CHRISTIAN SC1BNCK SKflVlCES ' men A of tnc following candidates j ^" I /"—.«. Vh1«t*.1l « +*.( (\ *. ^ I 1 » _ _ _ _• ^ ' 1 "* ** »**V*»Jl •-**•.•* \J <£l.*4\l i . iV V. 1 » 1 S ] •- ' tTT f~* - I T '•» ' > 1 tors. Mrs. Marv Philliber of -h-' '• ," 1r , Scout tvc ^ of Lanuc! un » rsity '"'^ lnc ^-°^ largest byyille. ..Mo., .houscgucst of " the ^ , has bccn divltj ed into r.\voj cnvcUmCJU in Lhe u "'^d States. | hostess, and the Rev. Alfred Dir-i nm!« r ^ ! D H ,-" penter. .were present :T Ofriccr - s ° r ^aivol One AIT: Bettv ! _ Read ^^rier News want % 'Mrs. W...J. Rodgcrs read * the \ Gwiu^vL prCKicicm = ^u Win, „ 67tb Psalm after "which 'Dr. Ni^-i T "i": ICC P rc »wcnt; Martha | F acd in praycn.-Reports.from Various l tr P a«;vvl° 1S '' 11> s:ccrctal ">" : E »i'l.v Crmi.jr uranche, of lowed. - , •••..* ;••* St»dy "The Violin At Electing: 'of Club . . After a : 'brief business ,.1 ' 1 r- , ! I'v, . J ' V. II (I7fl ll^(j *hich fol-iJy. Grade Jennings Omccrs of Patrol Two arc: Rath! Virginia Scay, pvesidcnt: Helen 1 Frances Buchanan, vice nresid^ • S Vannye Whit ley. Layson. treasurer. Be y Jta" Hriaaajmooi. at -the HR S. Broadway "Love" is the subject ot the. Lesson-Sermon which will be road in all Churches of Christ. .Srieu- ^•MMHMMMMW^XMBM^^ WANTED 194041 Loan Cotton LOUIS APPLEBAUM for' public office at the municipal election April i. l''or flavor . TOM A. LITTLP; Wert Optometrist "HE MAKKvS 'KM Ovnr Joe fs;i:vfs' Phone 5'10 'ANT-ADS .LE. ARK. Phonr 1<>7—U) in KIT 80. I'aid SI. NEEBED-fit A!! Times Good Beauty Operators! START YOl*K TRAINING NOW AT OUU BARGAIN RATK DURING FEBRUARY— CAHH Usual S(>5 Rate If Paid in Installments! ONLY (i MONTHS TO FINISH COURSE KKQUJUKMKNTS: Minimum 18 Years of A^c.I'lus 2 years -School or Completion of Nelson Test. Eagle School of Beauty "\Valnut IT'S EASY CHECK YOUK SAVINGS figure every thing in cost of hand ' and life of yonr . the trmc and Jahor. w j, cn you 1 figure all of Inis you'll send your clothes tj> (he Blytlievillr'Laundry. We'll return your clothes looking like and free you of washday troubles. For Better Laundry and Dry Cleaning KEISER, Feb. l.—Mr. and Mr> B. R,. Moore announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Helen Carolyn Moore, to Van C. Elliott, 'son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Elliott of Water Valley, Miss. The wedding will be solemnized l| by the Rev. J. w. Watson Feb. 1G at the Reiser Methodist church, 'Miss Moore was 'graduated 'from Kfiiser High School and attended , State Teachers College at 'Conway. Mr. Elliott was graduated froiii Water Valley High School. For the past several years, he has been with Anderson Clayton 'Cotton Company, headquartered -first in

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