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M iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiuiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiitiiiiHiiiiiini«ii»iii"ii"«i Weds At First Baptist Church MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I I I I I S I I I I I I I I M M I M l i m n l h l i i i l l l i l l l i l l l l l i l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l M l l l l l l l l l l l l s l i · Daily Calendar of Events · Monday . . . HI Si Club, Clubroom, 7 B. P. W. C., Civic Clubrnnm, 7:30 Washington LodRe One, Masonic Hall, 7:Hn University Senior Weds iWilson-Coleman Vows Said In Candlelight Service In a candlelight ceremony per-* formed last evening at H o'clock Mis mrmen jasi cvcnuiR ni o U C I U L - K - · Miss Dmin;i Culcman, daughter of i M f C If ArnQliar 1 Mr. ;mrl Mrs. P n u l E. C n l r m a n , ' I T I | 3. I w U I C V Q l · been ni o llic bride of _ William ' _ f . . Entertained At Informal Tea Hromo · Wilson, son of Mr. . .. Mrs. L. P. Wilson of Camdcn. The ncv. A. L. Lcnkc officiated at the double riny service, held in the First Baptist Church, before an a l l a r decora ted with baskets of while flowers and /cm with candelabra holding b u r n i n g tapers. Cnnrllelighlcr-? w e r e Carolyn Rhodes and Mary Huntin.^ton. Thc t r a d i t i o n a l \vcddin;: marches were slaved bv Mrs. E. H. Sonncman at !he or nnd Mrs. John H i l l o n and Mrs. Max McAllister cnlcrtainerl Wednesday afternoon with an informal tea at I he home of Mrs. Hilton, in honor of .Mrs. John H. Kochcvar who w i l l leave .-oon to join her Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stockton Wedding Of Miss Hickey Performed In Newport i lit' 1)1 iiilll t i l ii i Jiuiuii "i w j i in 11- . . i-;c Me" and "Because" were :;ung! husband in J a p a n , by John Morchnd of Springdalc.i Mrs. Gcuryo Appleby and Mrs. Paula .lo Cnlcman, niece of. t h e ! Emil Sonncman presided al the (able during the first and .second bririe, K flower jlh' , . The bride, .qivcn in lymrriaKe by hours. Assisting in the iier father, wore a .t^ov/n of white i-nom were Mrs. Roy Adams, Mrs. fashioned with irnportert IHCC j |.-.,,.| rjj, CSSj M,. S . Mnujiin r '""' fashioned wiin irnponen IHCC K .,,.| rjycss Mrs. Mnujiin hodicc nnd slipper satin i^irl J.ill-1 mings Mrs. Duncan Eav inn inlo a f u l l train. Her veil of | M Pr( ,. n , m Woodruff, illusion was attached to a -rown I _ . . , . ,, n m n n i . .,,,,,, Cum- ind Tbc \veddine of Miss Marsarct Ann Hiclioy. University .senior, to Harold Stockton of Blythevillc, was performed in the First Baptist Church at Newport, December 23. by the Rev. Charles Wil- tons. The double vins ceremony was performed before an altar banked with silvered holly and red rliscus with candelabra holding red tapers. The bride is the .daughter of Mrs. W i l l i a m H. Brooks of Newport, and H. K. Hickey of Oxford, Miss. Stockton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Stockton of Dallas, Texas. Mrs. Gus Jowcrs of Newport, plavcd a prograMi of wedding music including the traditional marches, and furnished accompaniment for Paul Brown, Newport, who was soloist. Thp bride, piven in marriage by her father, wore a ballerina length gown of white satin, fashioned with Chantilly lace yoke. Her veil of illusion was fingertip length and caught to a .Juliet cop of lace. She carrier! a w h i l e orchid on white satin prayer bonk- Matron oC honor, Mrs. Bailey of San Antonio, Texas, : a ballerina length strapless Floral arrangements were placed 'w'lis^Hicth She carried a bnu- j throughout the home, i n c l u d i n g j q u c t of white rose buds encircled" t"c centerpiece for the table. I w i l h "nrtlcnin.s and rosebud j Among the friends of the host- Jack '·· streamer?. Her only ornament wais | esses and honnrec who failed dur- a double strand o't pearls, a gift j ing the a f t e r n o o n was one mit-ot'- of thc bridegroom. · (own puest. Mrs. Joe Mitchell of Mrs. James Younkin, sister of|stii w o || j oh la. thc I) ride, was ma Iron of honor. She wore a winter blue satin gown nylon net, the skirt of which was fashioned w i t h layers of white and red. About her shoulders! she wore a matching stoJe. Bridesmaids, Miss Virginia Hows of .,,,. -- .._. . North Little Hock, and Miss Max- man and ushers were Jamie Cole- inc Atkinson of Newport, wore' man, Sprinwlalr, brother of thc identical dresses. i '"''dc. -Tim Younkin. Johnny Watts and carried n bouquet of talisman rosebuds w i t h matching halo. Mr, Wilson served his son as best Lt. ! of Camdcn, and Billy Strange of Jack E. F.ailcy of San An- Camclcn. ' Mrs. Colcman chose fur ho . . tonio, served the bride-groom Dr. Sure Is Appointed To Advisory Board Dr. Hcnnclt Sure, head of the a g r i c u l t u r a l chemistry department , | purple crepe bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. soric5 , ancl an orchid corsage. A little more than he expected , . . and that's what ye try to give our customers. North Side Drug Store 930 N. Colltge Ave. bcsl man. Ushers were Joe Dugan daughter's wedding a two piece of St. Louis, Mo., and Billy Hall j brown crepe dross w i t h matching |°. Clark of Wynn, Ark. j accessories and a corsage of bronze of thc University College of Agriculture, has been named in thc Aclvistory Board of the "Journal ·nl Nuiriiion," a new publication scheduled b i - m o n t h l y r. Tea Honors 'Mrs. Hall, Icccnt Bride Mrs. J. B. Hall and Mrs. ,1. F. .'aimer entertained wMi a tea ! v hurscl3' a f t e r n o o n at t h r horn · ,.f Dr. and Mrs. Hall, 20G West Maple Slrrct. Thc tea, given from II to 5 o'Hock, was in honor of Mrs. ,lames Sidney Hall. Ihc form. or Miss Rosemary McCttll of ; Nneona, Texas. ! Colors of while and yellow were used as color srhcmc with llic renlerpiecr formed of w h i t e and yellow cnrnations and w h i l e ! randies in holders. Covcrlns the I tea table was a while Chinese j grass linen cloth. I Approximately 80 guests called j during the a f t e r n o o n . '95th Birthday Observed By I. E. Johnson I. E. Johnson nf FaycUevillc observed his 95lh birthday yesterday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Minnie Kitchell, ion West .Third Street. Other members of | the f a m i l y who were w i t h him at this time were two Krandchildron, Mrs. -nichnrd L. Holt and Charles Kitchcl, five great cranrichilrirai, Wesley, Wayne, Mary and Melvin, crcat Rreat jjrandchild, Mrs. Jack Hocan. Mr. Johnson was horn J a n u a r y 25. 1847. in Wooster, Ohio, and mnvcd tu Fayetteville in J u n e of 1!)28. Mrs. Brownficld Is Guest Of Baptist Ford Club Fifteen members, three children nnd one visitor attended I h e meeting of Ihe Baptixt Ford Cluh, held Wednesday at lhc home of Elsie Chase. Thc visitor was Mrs. Waller Burr-is of Greenland. Mrs. Marnarct Q r n w n f l c l d , Home Demonstration agent, ( a u g h t group thc economy ii nylon hose in tcl If gently, "l.nok for Rage and denier numbers on the labcli 1 ,' 1 she slated. ."Gajre means thc number of stitches per inch, denier is size of thread-used. Proper reinforcing at poinls of wear, as well as snug fil and right length, Rives better value for the money," she explained. Holl ual] was answered by requests for recipes and brought forth m a n y sunficstiuiiE. Mrs. L. S. Tcrhunc gave a cookie icdpc, Mrs. .1. C. Mace gave a formula for removing tarnish from .silver, and Mrs. O. T, W i l l i a m s made a suggestion for m a k i n g a party cake from a plain cake recipe. The rummacc sale which will be held al Ecllin's Shoe Shop, February fl and 0, is in the hands of a committee and transportation fur goods will be furnished if Miv. Terhunc is notified in time, it was announced. Mrs. Clyde Jones of West Fork will he hostess for thc next meeting, February 27. Engagement Announced Past Matrons Club Initiates New Member Tho l'a:.t MJItroti's C l u b ' o f thc O. K. S. n i r t T n u m l a y evening at (ho hcmc "f Mn. BSr-nnio Floift Honbcr.1, '·'· f'.h Mrs. V i t i a n Can- P r r - i r i i r u r ;it Ihr businrnj; meet- in-; war, M i " . M m n l c Long, prel- HciU. w i l h 11 mrrnbrrs present. Mrs. h-:ih M f j r r p was i n l l l a l n d j n - ' tn Ihr ijioiip itrid was presented a con.a-T bv I h c prcisdrni, Nc:t meeting of Ihc jrim.n will he at llic hosier u( r^lr 1 :. M i n n i e Ead3, it (;;i,in '.vrrr plnyrrl d u r i n g ths social hmii 1 nn*\ pri/.cx wrr* won Mrs, Morris nnd Mrs. Johnnie Births Mr. nml .Mn. r.uthrr Smllhrc | Mr. a n d Mr-. L u t h e r Smithce nf Spnns.lale a n n n u n r e the birth of a .«.nn J a n u a r y 'JO, at the City Hospital. The U n i t e d Stale*- average yield nf lint rotum per acre for 1DM is estimated at -74..") pounds. Miss Catherine Coward Genuine. I t a l i a n Spasjlictti. The bc.'.l .vnu ever ate and all you want. i Scried at St. Joseph's Catholic Church bar.rment. Tuc.'tday, J a n - uary 20th, starling .1:30 p. m. 23-28-28-c ire employed in the Capitol IHiildinp. Two Art Exhibits Displayed At University Center Following the wedding, a recep- lion was held at the home of the accessores an a corsage o ronze on-hJds. Mrs. Wilson, mother of | Philadelphia. Jt will be devoted to i the bridegroom, worn a frock of \ the practical application of newer wilh nj-cliid A r t h u r Snow, in Newport. Mi.ss Virginia Swcarcngen of Ely the- , the wedding a rcccp- knowledge of human n u t r i t i o n , according to its editor. Dr. S. O. Waife. Other nuimbcrs of the ?d...^ *- --. --- wns held in the Educational v ^ nrv ' board arc Dr. 1. S. Havriin, ville, was in charge of the bride's'! Building of thc church. In thc re- rt -J-, P n l .i nvnrcv both of tho ,.»;· ;irr l i , i n iiirM'n 11m 1-ii'irln nnrl " 11 - 1 '" · ·* "«' ·-'-' '· *.' t ccivinR " l i n e were the bride and book. The couple left on a wedding trip to Memphis. Tenn., a n d , 1VMS , Dallas. For travel thc bride chose | Williams served during the first brown suit with beige a c r e s - j hour; Mr.s Hugh Slubbloficld, Mrs. Robert Smilh and Mrs. C. H. bridegroom and their parents, Mrs. ] Y o u n j i n am , p. i u l a j 0 Colcman. Mrs. Walter Gray and IVlrs. J. A. where he is coach of the Blythc- j ville .Junior High School. Mr. . Stocklon is also a graduate of U.A. ___ Plans Complete For | Benlonville Benefit Plans h n v e been complcled and tickets arc on sale for a benefit I bridge and canasta p a r t y lo be held on Thursday night nt fi o'clock, at the Legion H u t in Bcn- lonvilic. Thc Bcntonville Chapter of Bcla Sigma Phi is sponsoring thc pnr- ly. AH proceed. 1 will go to thc March of Dimes. Table prizes, door prizes, and a fashion show arc planned. Mrs. Eugene Coffclt is in charge The d i n i n g table was ... ·with a doth of imported white linen culwork with n cluster of candles nested in rosebuds nnri Greenery arranged in the center. The four tiered wedding cake was topped w i t h rosebuds and en- i-irclcd with rosebuds, mingled v:ith greenery. Miss Betty .To Melton was in charge of the guest book. For tiavel thc bride wore a navy gabardine cape suit with while accessories and thc corsage from her bridal bouquet. . A f t e r a wedding t r i p the couple [ will he at home in Panama City. Kin., where Mr. Wilson is stationed al Tyndali Air Force Base. . Out of town guests included Mrs. Gcncvicvo Gosc, Springfield, University of Pennsylvania Medical School. Dr. Sure has also been invited lo d e l i v e r . a lecture before thc medical staff of the United States Veterans Administration here on J a n u a r y 30. His subject will be "B Vitamins in Medicine." Crider Named President Of Area Riding Club Sheriff Bruce Crider was named president of thc Northwest Arkansas Riding Club in a meeting at thc Mt. Inn dining room last night. He will succeed Mrs. M a r i u s J. Undloff, who was elected secretary. . Other new officers arc Donald Tackctt, vice president; Miss Lorraine Williams, second vice president; and Herbert Thomas, trcas- irer. During the meeting the 75 members present saw motion pictures of a ride to- thc Roy Williams' homo la.it fall. First Baptist Thursday evening thc L. L. L. Class of the First Baptist Church will meet with Mrs. Emil Sonnc- man at 7:30 p. r,i. Mrs. Frank Sut- tlc and Miss. Zetta.Denver will be co-hostesses. W. M. U. w i l l hold- a Day of Prayer Program for C o m m u n i t y Missions, Monday al 10 a. m. in . of ticket sales and can be contacted for information in securing tickets. Tickets will also be available from all members of the sorority. R E V I V A L at the FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Highway 62 West EVERY NIGHT of 7:45 Good Singing Spirit Annointid Preaching Evtryont Wtlcomi Rev. Den Montgomery Rev. Tommy Gibbs Poitor , Mo.; Mrs. Dcwey Stevens of I Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Tom j Chandler. Teeumseh. Mo.; Mrs. W. L. G u l p and children, Tommy and Susie, of Camdcn; Mr. nnd Mrs. T. C. HCUW, Harrison; Mrs. John McAllister and daughter, Jcanoltc, and son, John Heuer, of Camdcn; Mr. and Mrs. Doug GJ'HVCS and family, Mountain View, M o.; M r. a nd M rx. Bob j Aliens, Salem. Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. ! E. H. Tcmpleton. Scott. A r k . ; Mr. ,, j a n d Mrs. Denver M u r r a y , Rogers; w ji| Announcements «u-. »rfsin Coward, R3fl West Maple Street, nnm.um-e* the ensaar- · Not while, not whn.il, not rye. mcnt of her d a u g h t e r , C a t h e r i n e , t o . John S. Mrl.cc.snf Little Rock. Tho j but a f l a v o r blend of a l j [ t h r e e -wedding w i l l be an event of Friday, in W a s h i n g t o n n. C.. v line imth 1| Jungc's Roman Meal Bread. _ ll'linlo hy MrC.'lurp's) ! 11-19-tf Two art exhibits on display in Ihc Arts Center gallery at the Unl- vcrsily. may be FROU by thc public free of charge through February 20. On view Is a collection of 10 ngin.il color linoleum block prints by Enrique Climcnt, contemporary Mexican nrtist. The collection was loaned to thc University by Frnd fic-bsnmcn. University graduate student, who purchased I h n prints d u r i n g a recent t r i p lo Mexico. Also displayed is an e x h i b i t of student d r a w i n g s from the nnivcrpllloes of Missir.- sippi, Oklahoma, Colorado, Texas, Kentucky, Arkansas, and Oklahoma A. and M., S n ut h r. r n Methodist University, Louisiana Slate University, and t h n Univer- ...y of Louisville, Ky. Organized and sponsored by the local Art Guild, the show was designed lo promote interest In student work and to show by eompnrisnn and contrast the work going on in schools of the Middle West. Art Guild Committee members in charge of thc exhibit arc Melon Turner, SOligman, Mo»: Jo Bradley. T'nycUuvillc; Maude Wntkins, Little Bock; Richarrl Leonard,-Ul- ile Rock; Sally Polorsnn. Tulsn, Okla.; Suzanne Bryan, Van Huron, . and Alice Perle McCray. Malvcrn. University student?, both -past Area Craftsmen . Will Meet At The University Sprfnctliilc-(Special)"Thu Council of Oznrk Arlipls ;mrt Craftsmen w i l l meet Monday nt 7;,'10 P. M. in the lecture ro»m nf the Arl Center nt th« Uni'-erslly in Fa.vctlovin«. The Wccvcrs G u i l d of NorUiuust Ark, ( ins;i.s will prc- MMit tho )ro(ir;nn. Ilobcrl Harnw, ;i member ;ind |)ast president of the Guild will l* in, charge nf the proRrnm. 'l1u i W r a v n s will have H tlispliiy of t h e i r v/ork and , lpo have a urnoU loom on \ display. j Arllsts find Crflftsni*?n nnd ; Guild members arc invited ,,s' well tin o i l who arc interested in : the ('oiincil. Tnc Guild is part o f ; the Council. · i Marty To Be Guest' Conductor In Idaho E. .f. Marly, a^sociafc j)rofciisnr nf music and director of bund:* il tho University, will bo Kucst conductor of the Idaho All-Stale Hand of !200 pieces «t the n n n u n l % GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland Rrov Locker Plant HOT TAMALES TO GO Doz. Did you know Ihut you can buy 6 cans of Premium Bttr for SI. 25 or Kon Pumlum (or $1.20? DELUXE EAT SHOP 306 W. Dickton Phoni MS and present, v/hosn work ,* v.%- hibited include Alice Bridges, j j " Helen Turnpr. David Ring. Bob ( M Hallcy nnd M a u r i n c Edmistun. 20, a n d ! he m a d e . the Kducalion church. Building at the St. Paul's Episcopal Church SI. David's Chapter will meet Monday at fi;30 p. m. for dinner in the Parish House. Thc Board nf Woman's (General A u x i l i a r y of St. Paul's will meet Wednesday at 10:30 a. m. in thc Guild Room of Ihc church. Vtrrlnn Memorial Method! Church W. S. C. S. of Wljfirlns Memorial Dinner Given For Visiting Ministers Rogers.-(Special)-A g; ^0 Methodist ministers f r o m ; for Jloi.sc Louisiana, Oklahoma mid southern Arkansas were given a d i n n e r at Central Methodist church in Rogers as a special courtesy, Friday al noon. Thc ministers are those who havo been holding evangelistic services In churches in thn Northwest Arkansas area Ihc past week. I Special g i f t s a'nd souvenir.'; from j Chamber of Commerce in Rogers, | Springdalr. Faycttoville, Btnlon- villc and Pea Ridge were present- | cd to the visitors along with fold- i p.rs and information concerning the Ozarks. Thc ministers of the three-state: area will close Ihc scries of s r r - · vices sponsored b* Ui3 United ; igelistic Advance tomorrow. I d a h o Music Educators meeting Boise February 2fl, 20, i c h L Tho band will 1 up of musicians selected f r o m ; the high school bands nf the slate ; of Idaho. M a r t y formerly was di- = icctor nf bands find instructor of brass instruments nl thc U n i v r r - . . siiy of I d a h o . .Mr. and Mrs. M a r l y ' of I w i l l leave Sunday, February 2-1, Hear ind Answer THE GALL A movemtnt iponsorld by Ihf U.C.Y.M. la itfk 1,000,000 younj ptoplt to d*die! lhf!r livtl Id JHUI Chrlit. All young pwplt in North- well Arkaniii »· urgtd lo ·niwer THE CALL in »htlt reipectir* location!. THE CALL In r«yoile»ltlt will b l Ih» First Christian Church SUN., Feb. 3, 7:30 p.m. Methodist Church have thc first lesson on thc Rook of Acts. Wednesday nt 2 p. tn, Mrs. Karl Cole will he in charge of thc Ics- Stfdf Community Revival Hcviv.il services will be held al Ihe Stccle Community School house, two miles south of Tontitown. hofiinniiiK Monday cvcnins at 7:15 o'clock. Lnwrcncc L n y m n n , Sprin^dalc, Is to he the Kong lender n n H Jack Taylor of Fayetteville. w i l l he I h o evangelist. Special - i s i " K i n ( t w i l 1 hr 3 f p - a l"r« of each Albin To Take Parl In Florida A r t Festival fc^rVIr.hTnnlTM^ i ^p «*i«"-wii, -..openV the will participate in the a n n u a l A r t ] ' "· 10-k 'lie will' b c ' a member of | »«lnnln^ the first of this tancl on "Art Today." A l b i n 1 TMTM u ; ; ^^^ ·cmain over another day lo ? n \ .inn mi.-, i-n-im.i m u l l . . . . , n.i^i.i, Kviil remain over anoincr nay 10 ---· · -- , · , · * · ,, . · · ; , , Dr. ami Mrs Frank; nissjjl. P r a i - 1 r n n t r r v , ilh l h c c ,, n , mm , c f n r student, l.nlh of Sprmijdalc. have - - p l n n n i n R a symposium in cnntcm- ''«» ^»K TM educational and rip Grove; Mr. nnd Mrs. Fed Wil hams. Pnlla, Mo.; Mr. nnd Mrs. Rill Warren, P.-iri?. Ark. Personals porary a r t . musir. and l i t o r a - 1 ' - ' " I r 'I'rcelors of the SecondIBap- turc. which will be conducted a t | " B t Churcn. The ncv. N. V. Drake, Stetson this summer w i t h Aihln j TM 3lnr nf t h c church, extends an as one of three iiancl inenihers. I I n v i t n l l n n to the public lo attend Other lectures scheduled to b e ! l h 1 services. ' R i v e n by A i b i n rinriiiK 11.c spring! i ··-- .-· Women "f FayeUcvillo will licj i m . l u ,) 0 ' tlv . n ..Hid.osscs al i h e c ' - · " " » ' AMftnhly of (!od Church . o f Colter, a (riicsls of tho Women's Civic ('lulu Memphis, Tenn., Academy of A r t : The Sunday morning service Tuesday nficrnoon from 2 to 'llf,,, ^p,-j| B, m roiinccti'on w i t h ! 1 1 a. m. in Ihe Central Assembly Mr. anri Mrs. J. K. Prince arc in Dallas, Texas, In a t t e n d the f u - noral nf their sistcr-in-inv. 1 , Mrs. M. C. Thomas. --- · Guests in the home nf Dr. and Mrs. Garland Melton for the past two. days have bocn their brother- in-law ami ncphcv:, J. A. Cole and von, William Cole, o' i'rcr,- colt, A r k . Cpl. Avfry B. Smith of fty- ctlcvillr. was recently awarded the Combat I n f a n t r y m a n f'adcc for oxccilent performance of duly in combat with the Seventh In- f a n t r y Division in Korea. Dr. Garl.-md Mellon will leave tomorrow to attend the i n t e r i m moctina of 'llic Council on Edii- e.ltion and Professional G u i d a n c e of Inn American Oplcrnethc As- Fayetteville Women Invited To Attend Tea sociation, being held at the Pea body Hold In Memphis. Tenn., M o n d a y through V/cdnc^lay. Dr. Melton plans to i c l u i n Thur.sday. Tuesday nficrnoon from 2 to 'llf,,, ^p,-j| R, m roiinccti'on w i t h ! 1 1 a. m. in Ihe Central Assembly o'clock in Ihe clubronmr, for a lea. the opcninR of an A f r i c a n .;ciilplurc| of God Church w i l l be conduct- T1..1....U U\i\ I^.T i . ill hn t f i v r - n K t l - : u : i I I I . . . I I . - [.-...... r V n l l x . . . . nfl liv P n \ r . II H n . t l l n r f l nf M o t ThoiiKh Ihe lea v.ill he Bivrn l» Ihe Women's Civic Cliih, it wil he open fnr all who wish lo nl- tond. e x h i b i t loaned by thc KW G a l l e r y ;·! h . v ncv - u - R - PiiHard of Hot of New York, which will be on Sprinw. Mr. Ballard Is district view durinfi April at Ihe lirooks f u p e r i n l c n d c n t of Sunday Schools Memorial Gallery In Memphis, of Ihe Arkansas District. i , A l b i n will R i v e two lectures i n ' | Plan now lo cat a real spnslielli i t h c U l l l o Rock Public- Library C«1v»ry B»ptl»l (,'hnrrh d i n n e r at St. Joseph's Catholic rprles on March I'O a n d . M i u h 27. Church, Tnc.-'lay, J a n u a r y S e r v i n u M a r l s al .V'.fl p. m. n y o u r friends. 25-iJ- !:eries on March JO a n d . M a r c h 27.! Klder Clyde I.esjic. one of I h r ( ? h n i r i n a i i nf t h e l i b r a r y series I Slnle napti.it Missionaries, will fill is Miss Calhenno Chtw, c h i e f ' I h e pulpit al Ihf Calvary R n p H M l i b r a r i a n . I Church on V.'cjt Maple, tomorrow. Kc't-ond l.icut. Dorothy Wat'.ull ialc uf Ihe llni- versily, u'ho received her dis- clwrcr from Ihe WAC in i n n a. a serKeanl, has heen called liack inlo service and w i l l v i s i t Kayetlev ville Monday, llefore BOIIU cm duly with the WAC. she \;a a cane worker for the d e p a r t m e n t s of public wclfore in · Oklahoma and V l r K i n i a . .She w i l l be panlcd to r'ayellevillr l.icut . M u r j n r i c W l g h l m a n . They will he hcrr in Ihe lnlcrc.il of thc WAC rrcrulllnj program "( the Army. 'neath the NEW G-E Automatic Blanket Deluxe W;dc up refreshed, relaxed, completely rested after 7 niglH bcncalli a Icalhcr-lijbl C3-H Automatic Blanket. 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