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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 23, 1940
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PACE TWC BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVP.NTS Woman's Council, First Chrls- iian church, meeting three o'clock with!Mrs. J. Norris Moon, preceded by executive board meeting at two o'clock. .' . Woman's Division for, Christian Servica, First Methodist cliurcli, meeting 2:BO o'clock at church. Woman's • Division for Cmlstian Service, • Lake Street Mettioiibt church, having all day msetins;, 10 j o'clock at church. Officers of Woinan's Auxiliary, First' Presbyterian church, luvlng luncheon and irjininy class, one ociOCH; atchurch; Circle ;.O£e, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baph', m:et- , Jng 2:33 o'clock with Mrs. Hoy,' Head; Circle Two, Mrs. I. G. Igle- j heart;. Circle, .Tnree, Mrs. J. J. ' CooJislon; Circle Four, at church; Circle Five, Mrs. Howard Dazier, Circle Six, Mrs. W, W, Watson. ' TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A. G. Hall entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Double G chip meeting will; Miss Sari Jo Little. Airs.' Roscoe Crafton having' City Contract, club, Airs. T. K. Mahnn entertaining Tuesday Afternoon club. Tuesday club meeting with Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Mrs. Harry Kirby having Tuesday Bridge club, Country club baring Bister dance, 10 o'clock at club house. Study group, American Association of University Women, meeting 7:30'o'clock, ivith Miss Ruth Hutt. Order of Eastern Star having stated meeting, 7:30 o'clock at Hnll. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. C. Ellis entsrtalniuj Town and Country club at Hotel Noble. ADC Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Toby Long. Mrs, Ja'ms^ u. Bell having Wednesday Bridge ciui). THURSDAY'S EVENTS Ladies' Aid, Temple Israel, sniin- soiing book review, eijiit o'clock at Temple FLAPPER FANNY — COPS. U<0 BY M« slSYltf, we. r. M. BCO, V. S. PAT. Off.- Bits of News Mostly Perspnali- CHURCH NEWS FIRST I''. H. Williams, paslor G:r>0 a.m. Sunrise Easter service. Hits service Is sponsored nnnunlly by the Ministerial association It tlie weather permits the service will ho held In the stadium at the inyli t'ClicoI. If it, L, tou cow m . railing, (lie wrvlce will be hski ill the Nnzarcne churcli on 3cc- oiu! imd Sycamore. a.m. Church school, s. K. earth, where moth and rust doll)' corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal." Matthew 8:18. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-sennon Is the following from the Bible: "Open Ihou mine eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of thy law." Psalms 119:18. The Lesson-Sermon also includes (he following passages from the Tlie choir will present an, E<IS- icr rnnlnta. Mrs, ri. A. Taylor entertaining Delta Contract club. Thursday Luncncou club meeting with Mrs. C. W. Affllck. Mrs. Raymond Scbmurk having Thursday Bridge club. Double Four Bridge club meeting wljii Mrs. Howard Frisby. Sirs. Richard Dickinson entertaining. Thursday Dessert club. v PlllUAY'S FV'KNTS Mrs. O. O. HardaxvRy enteriaiu- iiiE Friday Bridge club. Sunday. Yellow Compliments Bride-Elect Miss Helen Grimes entertained 20 guests at a lingerie shower in compliment to Miss Geneva Graves, fomierly of here and no-.v of Wilson, who will become the bride of 9ob2rt Graves, of Wilson, Easter jonquils were arranged about the entertaining rooms in which an leister decorative scheme was carrier! mil. The dessert course which was sijrved IMS of ice cream and individual heart shaped cakes. The guests played hearts before Miss Graves opened her gifts. Miss Glenola MoLeod was the winner of the games. Number ot Out of Town Guests to Attend Dance A large number of out of town people are expected to attend the dance to be given by the Blythe- vllle country club Tuesday night al the club. Jack Stauloup and his orchestra, favorites of other dances In this city, will play for tho affair. They feature the newest style in malooy with featured vocalists. The Easter dance is to be in the form of an "open house" beginuinj at ten o'clock and continuing until two o'clock. # » » Rod Peppers Have Two Socjal Affairs Members of tlie Hed Pepper club ol the city high school have had two social affairs during the past week, one « 'treasure hunt, other an afternoon party. Red Peppers acd their :lates met at the home of Miss n.iry j,, al Afflick Thursday nijht for tin treasure hunt. After Dick White and Betty Dorison had received prizes In the hunt, hamburgers an- drinks were served the 40 people in the play room U i t i lc Afflick home. Out ol to™ guests at Die aftai- were :Mimzi e . Dodson, of Mcmuhis. houseguest of Coolacy Ur,ci s on Vc, Murray Lezgett, of Memphis houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. w c 1 ?•> gelt. ' ' ° The otter parly was an informa' meeting Tuisday aftancon ,,-hen new members enteriaiuK! th« club Miss Betty Dodson, Miss " Vfri Elizabeth C-oodrich; Miss Kelt- •=,' liba and Mi-,s Mnxii.e R;id ,, v Vthc tieiv members. Sandwiches, cakes mid iced dnnki of the "°]^vr?fL e r s r!" (l . 0 f 8 n't mean much to hw-she'd rather ""' c a'ot ol hard-boiled .egg? than a new spring outfit." Stalner's "Crucifixion" by Mrs.' altering patterns nnd fitting a ewe opened the program. dress Miss Virginia Durham rend Uie -ft L, csscnWn , (lwt , pi>Uerns h scrlpt.u-e lesson from 12th chapter altered to fit If sntlsfaclo'-y R ar- o Romans after which the leader me.Us are to ba mn<kv< said Miss ollered player to which (he nudi- Marshall ence responded with the soft IniS of "Break 'niou the Bread 61 Sis renders from the nudlence conducted responsive readings. They ivcrc Mrs. James Terry, MK. U. W. Uose. Mrs, Norwood Hedge, Mrs. J. c. Ellis, Mr.s. Hurry Brown ant) Mrs. M, T. Moon. Miss Lclln Beck gave a rending, "Th'a Spirit ot Giving" which was, fol- l --Ml with' the reading of "God Loved the World," also from the "Crucifixion" by Georue W. Patterson, pastor of the church. The period of voluntary sentenc Home economics students observed the demonstration and showed the clothing leaders the new silk and rayon dresses they have just completed in class. Miss and Mrs. w. J. Po|lart| spent yes- tmlny In Memphis. • Mrs. L. J. UiRue, of Wynne, cwne Thursday for n. visit W'itli llcr daughter, Mrs. P. E. Fox, nnd Mr. Fox. J. W. Shoiuie, a student at Our- lington School for Boys, Rome, On., game home yesterday to spend ten tfays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shousc, who met him in Memphis. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson of C'cn- traliji, ill., came Monday to spend two weeks lierc with her parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Emerl Gtllcsple. MIS. A. u. ttunieui aiict son, Albert, came yesterday afternoon from Nashville, Teiui,, to spend the Easter vacation hero will) Mrs. Fall-field's parents, Mr. antl Mrs V«. 1. Dcnton. H. P. Kciscy Jr., is recovering from nil illness which has connncd him to his home for a few days. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. p. friend, 'Jirvine Friend and Mrs. Esther Richardson were in Memphis Thursday. J. v. Friend, wno recently hart, a (Issue tumor removed from his limb, returned to a Memphis clinic, for treatment. Ervme Friend went from Memphis to LlUlc Rock where he will attend to business for a few days. I Miss Mary Jean Afflick has left | for Tallulah, La., to he the wqek end Biiest of Mr. and, Mr.s. R. N. Ware and family. While there, she will attend the Pilgrimage in Natchez, Miss. Mrs. J. D. Uarksdale nnd son, You hre Invltsd to worship hero. "Come with us and we win do thee MUST CI'UKCn OF THE NA/AKKN'F, J. U Woolirmii, paslor 6:CO a.m. Clly wide Easter services nt football stadium. 0:45 a.m. Sunday school. Bob Tyrone, .superintendent. 1I:CO a.m. Morning worship. ti;30 p.m. N. Y. p. s. Mrs. Noble MrCullar, president 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service. We invite all who will to worship with us. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Matthew A. Curry, rector Churcli school, 10:00 a.m. • Hcty communion and sermon, 11:00 a.m. Text: "Victory." CAl.VAUY EPISCOPAL CIIUIICII Osceola .Matthew A. Curry, r;rlcsl-m-i'lv.irfic Holy communion and sermon nt 0.30 a.m. Text,: "Victory." The memorial flowers for Easter day should be on the Altar as early before (he service us possible. Those who are dedicating such memorials will please give the Rev. Mr. Curry the names of those whom they wish to commemorate so thai he can read the names during the service. «!co nml Health with Key to the Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: "Every law of matter or the body .suppcEcd to govern man, is rendered null mid void by the law ol life, God." Page 380. ITLOItlM TAJJKUNACLE lit) Cherry tlrcct 0. \V. Doss, pas(or 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. Mrs. O. W. Doss, superintendent. • Easier 'program at 10:00 a.m. 11:CO a.m. Morning worship jintl communion service. 7:15 p.m. Young People's service. 0:0(1 Evangelistic service. ':30 p.m. Wednesday, missionary service. FIRST BAPTIST CHUItCll Walnut ami Kightli Alfred Carpenter, I'astnr Sunday: 3:30 n. m. Sunilny .school. 10:'IO a. rn. Worship service. Tho choir will give their annual Easter musical program. 0:30 p. m. Training union. T:30 p. m. Evening service. Sermon by the Rev. Mhlcomb Qridln of Dell. Tuesday: 7:00 p. m. The regular monthly workers' coL-ncil. Wednesday: 1:30 p. m. Departmental meetings. 7:20 p. m. Mid-week services. 8:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal. IJAI'TIST C'HAI'EI, I/illy Street 9:30 n. in. Sunday school. "tar this yenr. lA.shion leaders W S (both year are woven striped nnn plaU) , an\y ami seersucker (onbrojdcrcd nnrt printed > "It's patriotic us well ns fashion- «ble to wear cotton this year!'' she • here. „. to spend a few months They plan to return in the said. "An excellent mnke the ,. — „_ , v ..... ,„. j w^.. v -..^w i tl i, i.^^i.-in.-tiL wuv ic> mnKp tiic prayers was opened by Mr. Put- j clothing money for" the family KO terso | siuiuncr. I Mr. and Mrs. Claude P. Scoggin , Jr. and Mrs. Louise Strackc ,,... i spend tomorrow in Memphis with Sir. Scoggiu's parents. Mr. aud Mrs. Scoggin sr. II. J. Kleiiidiensl, , 5:45 a.m. Special Easter Sunrise broadcast over KPUO, St. . ey or e family KO terson and closed by Mm. Lowe. | rurlher, Ls by sewing at home", 1 * * 61> y s Miss Mnrslmll. In tin's way none ot the. money Is spent, for ™ ! C ''"" bCUcr ilwlerl ° ls O. 'M, T- Club Sleets. ' Members of (lie O. M. T. club , tlle 1110nCJ ' were entertained Thursday night.f", ".:„, ,£,, ™ Ille 1110 cU,^'"' 1 ^ Geraliline rveemnn. Miss Mai-y Lois Anderson and Miss fauline Roush won the prizes in the rummy gnmes which were played. f>. committee was appointed by lis Jean Berrymnn, social chairman, to make plans for a picnic to be given early in April. The hostess served refreshments in which «n Easter motif was carried out. Tho following clubs were represented by lenders at the school- Dogwood, Promised Land, Box Elder, Dcel, Reeco, Lost Cane and CiosiiDll, In nddltlon to the home economics classes nnd Mrs. Prec- miin Robinson, home economics instructor, and Miss Corn Lee Cole- mnn, county home demonstration isent. the yotw Professor Quiz progran by those in charge. Young People Hnvc grille. Forty young people of this city mid several out of town guests hud a picnic lost night on the banks cf the Mississippi river. Included in the out of town guests were: Mi;s June Leggetl snii Murray Leggett, both ol Memphis, housesuests ot Miss Billie Lcnectt; Miss Vivian Reed of Dy- cisburg, Tenn., nnd her thvea hcuseiuests, Miss Louise Spearman of Washington, D. C.; George McLoiijlilin of Guifport, Miss., nnd Charlie Dietz. of Memphis; Mim- zie Dodson, of Memphis, liouscgucsi of Dodson. The gioup went dancing following the picnic. * * * IIns Club I'arty Mrs. Rupert Crnfton had » party fcr members of the Friday Bridge club yesterday afternoon when she entertained them nnd five guests tit her home. Ir.5. L. lj. Iliibcuer, Mrs, Cade- ton Smith Jr.. Mrs. Dixie Crawford, Mrs. T. W. Je/frlrs and Mrs. Frank Tomlinson ol Nr»- Orleans, housegurst of Mrs. S, 1>. Crafton, p'.nypd cards with the club members. Yellow was the predominant color ir, (lie dscoralious, bcins emphasised In the bourmets of jonrtuils and in the tallies for the bridge games. I jPerni$cQt Singers Will Meet Sunday CARUTHERSVfLLE, Mo., Mmh 23.—The Pcmiscot/ County Singing • •vtvi 110 IVgVJIllI monthly slujlnj at. the Nnzarene Church in this city Sunday, March 24. according to p.. E, L. Smith ol Stcele, presttou nt the organization The meeting will begin at ten o'clock. Officers of (he organization are- It. E. L. Smith, stcele, president; J. A. Works. Stcele. vice president; Judge S. L. Robinson, ateetc secretary; awl Mrs. S. H. Hill. Hayti. Iiinuist. Convention hold Its t Junior High Iu Who's Who List Constance Oci;ton was nnined • Miss Junior High and Harry Huincs Jr., Mr. Jtmlor High in a recent Who's Who contest conducted in the school. Runners up for [ the honors were Jessie Nell Victory iiuri Dicky Stacy. First and second, place results In the other contests were as follows: Most Popular: Girls— Constance Dcnton, Kay Thomas; Boys—picky Stacy, Harry Haines 'jr. Best student: Qii'ls^-Shirlcy J5ar- hnm, Becky McCall; Boys — John Smith, Phillip Re|d. Best Athlete: Girls—Margie Wallace, R(\th Anderson; Boys—Norman Stone, Hugh Dozicr. Best All Around; CMrls—Shirley Barlmni, Kny 'flioiims; Boys—Jim Smart.. John Smith. Best Musician: Clirls—Ann Dcrn, Jnne Cnslllo; Boys—Hany liny Brooks, Jimmy Hudson. j Li.uis. 550 fell., broadcast from Mc- In niorial Pla/a in St. Louis. Dr. W. A. Maier will speak. C:30 a.m. Easter Communion service. Sermon topic: "The Stone la Rolled Away," ICMo a.m. Sunday school session. 2:15 p.m. Advanced class on Christian Instruction. 3 pjn. Easter egg hunt for children of coth schools. 3:30 p.m. and at 4 p.m. the Iiii- theiati Hour over KLCN and WREC respectively. Hear the wonderful Easter message of the risen Christ. LAKE STUKKT METHODIST CliimCH 0:^5 a.m. Church school. Iver- soi] Morris, supcriiitctideiil. )0;45 a.m. Baptizing of infants and preaching service. 6:30 p.m. young People's meetings. 7:30 p.m. An Easter cantata, "The Disciple." Wednesday, 7:?.o p.m.. Mission study book. ASSEMBLY OF GOO CHl'UCH Seventh and Afh .Streets S. A. Merrill, pastor 8:30 ii.iu. Ilatlio program. 0:JS a.m. Sunday school. H:00 a.m. Morning worship. 11:00 a.m. Children's church. 3:00 p.m. Men's prayer mcotirg 6:30 p.m. Christ Ambassador's; class. 7:30 p.m. Evangellslic service. Tuesday, 7:30 o'clock. Young Caruthersville Plans Egg Rolling For 600 CARUTHEBSVltAE, Mo., March 23.—A crowd of COO children ten years of n?e and under arc p.\- ptrteil to take pnrt in an Easier <"K',' hunt nt the fairgrounds here Sunday afternoon, it W.IR announced ll{lrc yesterday by Jerry Schaumami. in charge of ntramc'- mt-nts. The affair Is being sponsored by (lie Rotary club, and prizes will vj given to tho uoy and girl finding the most cjgs. The hunt will start nt 2:30. ai:d grownups the gamr.s In which -Mrs. J. W. Adams was hiah scorer an,-) Mrs. Louis Applcbaum. second Imli sro- rev among the members. Gucsi prize j was presented Mrs. Jeffries. * * * Son Horn A ;•";> w:vs born to Mr. and Mrs lutes Davis this mornirtu at I'.IS o'ciork al tho home of Mis. Davis' mother. Mrs. Ruby Brown at 205 W. Chcny sticet. The baby, who weighed seven RII;| on? half pounds. 115s not yd been named. Mrs. Davis i? the former MJss Geneva Brown. . Vle 5', lh « and. Schauuiaun I'rc-Kaster I'raytr Sen-Ices Concluded. The jjrc-Eastcr wed: of prayer wrvlccs being conducted this week uy [he Woman's Council ol tlv Flnl Christian chtitch -^crc concluded yesterday aftenioon whenl Mrs. J. Cecil Loue led the prc- Ei-am at the church icadc«""«" "h It Nothing 1o You, Ml W cZmic^ JlUin' Wio Pass By?' was the. topic o: in AM i i> \ Br nh^i 1 ?*^ pr S 8ral "- ^ hich '^-.Mmliall, Ex-leiwoi,'Snrehli phasized "Our Personal Respond-;n 0 (rij,.., ,,H \u I . lc< -'' 1 ' 1 'L-Concregetjonal smsin^ nnd v»,^i... ., . . misl 'hcW Arts, -'•fl'tiiiT (tt ai Instructs Leaders In Sewing Groups t A Irainins mcctiiiB was held for '• tiemonstution club clothing from >l In At The Hospitals le Hospital Rondel Ktanton. Steele. arin\itle,l Ernest Johnson. Annorel, admitted. O. U. Carpenter. Tcxarkana. Tex,, odmitlcd. M. L,. Ccanc. city, dismissed. Ixynzo V/illiams, Manila, dismissed Walls Hospital Homer Lucius, f.osncll. ndniitlrd Mrs. Maisin Umiulon. city ( |i.s- niissed. R. L. Morrison, Litbouni. dis- Horarc llryanl Jr., I dismissed, Mr.-,, o. C. Henlcv and bnby, citv dismissed. Mrs. Op:il I'icifr. Hcnnandalr. dismissed. Memphis Methodist HuMiitnl W. D. Pierce, city, admitted. Read Ccurler News u'nnl ads. Steele Ruled Today •> i urn-liny, DV ScOUt Groups pp °P lc 's meeting. Friday. 7:30 p.m. Bible study, STEELE. Mo.. March 23. — Hoy ~^ Scouts from steelc. cooler and CHl'ltCH OF OHKIST Holland "ruled" Stecie tod;iv' !•• Ilcntnn BJ. Ncal, minister an annual event staged to obtain Cord's Day services: money for a vacation trip nmi ;. a ' A ^ n - m Uiblc study, the same tlmo to Icarri procpiiure 11;0t> a - m - PfMchlng. of a town's operation by law en- Hi-lS n.m. Communion, forcement officials. C:30 p.m. I'reafhing. T|io 253 "nrvesls" amouniod to Midweek .services: $63.50 n(th "offendciV payin;trc im 7:-l5 !>•'"• Wednesday. Bible study 25 cents to two dollars (al least am ' ?O "S 1'iiicllcc. there «ns one of these) for viola- 2::w I'-" 1 Tlmrsrtay, Ladies' Bible lion .of traffic rules. class. This money will be ti..r.; ^ Radio sprvn-p^. KLC.V. daily from usual, for a vac.Uion I rip «t r i ; ]'12:15 to 12:30 n'clori; except 6u;i- thc Scouts take each summer i day fr °>n '.':30 t.r> 3:15 o'clock. J. W. Bonier was mayor; Huh.',] 1 You f rc cordially invited to each Jon;s, chief of police; Lyn,!Vau;iin i of our stl| ' vi cc:s. You will find n police judge: Tom Ray frp'sf, ; - c » r| y welcome v.ilh ns . city clctk: Mitchell Cassidy, trm."] • urer; Tlionms Albritton, llolj-rt ; ••n:l I FIRST CIIKISTIAN C1IUUC1I Slain at Sixth Gco. W. Pittersnn, minister 5:CO a. in. Sunrise meeting at the stadium. . n.-'!5 n. rn. Bible school, Russell Barham. superintcncfcHt. 11:00 a." m. worship, communion and preaching. Sermon llieine, "The Glory of the Risen Christ". 7:30 p. m. worship and preach- Iny. Sermon theme, "The Measure of the Stature of the Fullness of Christ." Miss Margaret Shaver will read. We most cordially invite the public. Strcnseis in our city especially invited. We'll try to'make ,ou glad you came our way. FIRST 1'KESBYTEKIAN CHURCH James A. Ovcrlinter, minister Sunrise Easter service, 6:00 a. m. .it the High school stadium. Church school 5:45 n. in. Morning worship 11:00 a. m. 5er- .uon theme. "Tile Resurrection find Christian nope." Young People's meeting at 6'30 ,1. in. Evening worship 7:30 p. ni. Theme, "The Risen Life in coii- Jnct." Midweek service Wednesday 7:30 .3. 111. Choir practice Wednesday 8'15 ,). m. Everyone is welcome at all of (lie services of this church. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1940 Breezy For Spring been thinking (hat calots are loo informal, too casual for all except the ' college girl? Well, this cabt proves that ygtj have been wrong in your thinking Of 'ros\ dy reel' 1 pelting, braided Jn a lacy pattern .wilh the crown open to springtime breezes. Hoistein Cow, 29, Gets Special Social Security BATH. N. Y. <UP)~Mlss Mali M. w. Vim Houscn's Holsteln cow, Victorin. |s 2C years old, but has nge security. Miss Van Housen, who believes Victoria )iaa set a record for bovine longevity, made (lie cow's: recent birth anniversary the occa- "'" '- announce that she 'has for the anintal In her Victoria outlive me,' sion to provided will. '•Should she said, - Jtiucteci to insure her a home and tho same care to which she ha; been neciistonied on my farm." , executors are iti- Yarbr'o News Have Program Meeting • "Creative Living" was the subject of the program led -by Airs. Mary Stone for members 5 blithe. Woman's Society of Christian sir-' vice of Yarhro. Methadjs^ cjnirch Wednesday afternoon at "the L Ho'rnc of Mrs. Ernest French. :. i, ..",..• '•• The meeting WHS opened with a hymn sung by the 25 members and SPECIAL! 1/3 More for the same money Johnson's Wax and G!o-Coat SHOUSE-HENRY IIARDWARE CO. Phone 35 Wells Jr.. Harold Crocker Avery Riirlon, aldermen, with remainder of the scouts lervns police, Al Jordan is scout master • James Cassidy r.s assistant ! Tho French t-'ovci?n Logu.n i.- ; i I'P oi-.c of its mnsl rom.rn.r,:^ fi*lu,s nt ,Ioya. Mexico. N:v • l\ad sent the lesion to Mcxv, Mii.\tnnl|-iin and, on April so fio legionnaires suc'cv-fullv off a cav.tlry. killii: oral ilioiksind men. TKMl'I.l; 1SUAKI. Herman 1'olhrk, nMn I P.m. Siimi.iy school witl meet. '•! p.m. Annual rurim proyvam. JA pageant will be presented by the >!ij members (if the Sunday school. . C p.m. l.,<i(Jioy Aid will serve a ! supper in the American Lesion Hut, Although tlie Orctcnlaml •,.:,. lias ;\ mouth 15 feet in IIT,.:' ; . throat Is only Pi innhrf ;,,.,.' Try One of Our nrlicloBi PIG SANDWICHES Q!e Hickory \\\\\ Arrnss From Hlcl> Srli^nl CIIUISTIAN SCIKNCK SEUVICK5 H(> S, llro^tlwi\y .,, "Matter" is ;!ip Mibjccl of tho i.. i: • ' LsMon-SMinon winch will h« read l-.,i|in nil Churches and Societies of ;, ; the Chvm-ii of Chrkt, Hcloutist, on l . . ; S!in<lay. lisrch 21. 1040. Tltr Cioldcn Tc.xt is: "Lay not up lor yw»vhcs treasures upon EXl'KHT HUAUTY \\'OKK CALL 106 v **' __BEAUTY SHOP REI1UCE "SENSIBT,Y Swcdisli Massage, Van. liatbs Mrs. ,Bu;h: r^wlion the fame of "GONE W1THTHE WIND" lias spread throughout the nation. You will see it here exactly as shown in its famed Atlanta premiere. Then you will understand why it is the nipst exciting topic of the day, w(iy it took three years to produce, an unprecedented fortune to make. All that you ever hoped for i{- has come true, all the beauty is revealed in full color, the heart-stabbingdraina, the powerful love story are here for you to live over again on the screen. While this engagement Is limited this pro- Unction will not be shown anywhere except si advanced least until 1941. W!!H THE WIN0 Starts Tuesday Morning At 10 O'Clpck THE WI5BKDAY MATINUKS WILL HE USUAL continuous performances with no reserved seats. You may come anytime froni 10:00 a, m. up (o 2:30 p. m. and see a complete performance. For night shows and Sunday malinep all seals qre reserved. Tickets are now on sale. BUY RESERVED SCATS NOW ON SALE ROXY THEATRE OFFICE \ifilit SFinns IS p.m.) All Scats llrscrvcil Sl.U Incl. Ta Sumfciy Mat. ('. ri.irU All Scats Krscrvril 51.13 Incl. Ta Weekday Mal.s. Conliniicms—Xol Krscncd two visitors present, Mrs. Ross Moore presided over the session Prayer by Mrs. C. B. Elchenson followed the devotional by Mrs J. W. Butner, A talk on the "Creator of Our Ideals" was given by Mrs. Cieorce Bunch. Mrs. Stone's program was taken from the World Cnillook. Mrs W. A. Hollingsworth tiuilit the study lesson on the "Teachings of Jesus". The hostess, assisted by Mrs Aufcra chapman, served sandwiches with cake, Easter candies and iced drinks. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. E, B. Lloyd Wcdnes- . , . day afternoon at two o'clock. Sign the New Register at the Ritz -Saturday, Mar. 2,Jrd Also Comedy •& Serial "The Orecn Horntt." Continuous shoH . Sa( . Jjun.-Mon. Mar. 2-1-25 TWO'S COMPANY!'THREE'S A CRIME . . . hut such » gaj- one it's a crime if Mso Cainedy ft. News Coming Tuestlay, March 26fh For a Week's Run 1GQNE \\mi THf; \YIND" ROX.Y TODAY "VttSTBQUND STAGE A|so Comedy & Serial Kit Carson \o. 13 Mar. 21-.25 JACK HOLT in . "Ov\tside the 3 Mile limit" Also Fos Xeivs & \ovf|iy r>Iar, :;r> , Pal Nighf 2 admitted for th ? pr i tc of , Also Selected Shorts LISTEN :TfKKLCN' .'" 11:00 a.m. —18)45 p.m. — 4:3t) 'p.m. '»..* KHz Hi rtione'Roij 333 L

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