The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE BLYTHBVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS CIOOJ Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Royal Neighbors meeting 7:30 o'clock will]Mrs. G. G.'iSallba. ' Business 'Women's, Circle, Wb- rnan's Society of Christian Service, First, Methodist church, sponsoring book" review" and silver tea, 1:30 1 o'clock al church. Executive Board, Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at ciiurcn. Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, nieeling 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's. Missionary Union, First, 1 Baptist church, .meeting 2:3(1 o'clock at church.' Mission study group, Woman's Council, First Christian church, nieeling with Mrs. B .0. Kosc, 2:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Union, Sec- j ond Baptist,.church, 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Missionary society, First' Methodist church, mettlng 2:30 o'clock at church. " ' ' TUESDAY'S' EVENTS Delphian Fine Arts meeting 3'30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. ~ Mrs.' J. C. Ellis entertaining Tttesday Contract club, ''Tuesday club""meeting with Mrs. • Riley' B. Jones. Mrs. W. D. Chamblln entertaining Tuesday Bridge club. ~ Mrs. L. G. Nash having city Contract club. Chapter N, P. B. O. sisterhood, meeting with Mrs. L. B. Old, 7:30 o'clock. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. William, Young entcrtnln- liig'ADC Bridge club. ' Town and Country club meeting with Mrs. Fred V. Kuthcriord. THURSDAY'S EVENT'S Mrs. M. Fitzsimmoiis cjnertuln- ing Elliott Fletcher chapter o! the United Daughters pi the Confederacy, 2:30 6'cjock at her home. Mrs. LaGrone Whittle a.rirt Mrs. Marshall Black si rd "entertaining Y. M. B. club with party at Whittle home. - Mrs. Chester Nabers having TlYursdny Bridge club. ThursdayLuncheon club meeting with Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs. Htiiry Humphrey entertaining Thursday Contract chtb. Mrs. C. W. G.arrlgan having Thursday Afternoon club. Bridge club nieeling with Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia COPR. !>W$VNCA$fRYICE. INC. f.W PEO.LJ S PAT. Off Mrs. Roland Green entertaining Delta Contract club. "Oh, you've calcn my potato salad before! Don't you remember, I took some to thiit school picnic where everybody got ptomaine ?" " son, Mrs. J. A. Anderson, Mrs. n. A. Hades and Miss Mildred Gni- ther of BJylheville. In the contest, prizes were won by Miss Lntirii Hale and Mrs. W. L. Smith nnd presented lo the bride. Tulips nnd splrca decorated Iho rooms where Ihe guests were entertained. A salad plnle mid Iced drinks were served the guests. NiMncd To Dean's Lisl Jerry Colien, son ol Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Cohen, has lieen,named jl/l' ''' lb ? l . Tn i 10 Miss Catherine Harwell Weds Philip Bin-ks Today OHCEOLA, Ark., May 4.—In a srltiiiK of stalely beauty, Catherine Pilllsim Harwell, only <iauf;ii- ler of Ur. and Mrs. Carl Mallory lliirwell. will become the brltle of Philip Parks nurks, older son o[ Mr. and Mrs. Harry a!'Hulks ol Bedford. Va., ut 4:30 o'clock this The ceremony will bt; solemnlv. at the Methodist pliiirch'i;y'(hc Kcv. Piinl Galloway, pastor, before £ Inryc ijatlierlng of relatives, 01 I of-lown guesls, nitd friends. The ceremony will be sp|cmnlzeci [at the Mcthoilisl church by ' the i Rev. Paul Galloway, pastor,' I . /ore n large gathering ot njlai lives, on I-of-town guests, 'nnd friends. The entire cliurch will bo draped with Southern smllax and the altar b;mkc(l with palms nnd ferns to form the background for the- calin lilies, which will ho combine^ With white statice to make lAvq'lrces at either side of the altar. White- ribbon ami Olla'lilies will iiia'rk the aisle and ends ol the pe-ws. Floor baskcts of liie lilies will be used tit the sides nnd n lower arrangement on top of Ihe piano. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. S). S. Driver will play a group of nuptial selections including two numbers from Debussy, "Claire de Ltmc" nnd "The Maid With the Flaxen Hair", McDowell's "Idyll", "May Night" by I'almgrccn, "Noor ilmne" from Grcif, stud '"Thais" by f Massenet. Sliumnn's "Trnurneii" -Iwill be played softly during i-lio exchange of vows. The ' Bikini } Chorus from "Lohengrin" by Wag- Tenn,, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.'Kcalh-' ey, Jr., ot Jackson, Tenn,, Mrs. Bruce Smith and Miss Peggy i Wliite of Helena, Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Merrill and Miss Clinr- lotte Holt of Salem. 111., Mr. and Mrs, II. G. Puitsli and Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W, Warren, of Tyrouza, Dr. and Mrs. J. Paul mini of Dycr.iburg, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Garner, Mrs. Jesse Armstrong, Miss Louise Mercer, and Miss Lucy Garner of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. John E. U/zclle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Friend, Mr, and Mrs. R. W. Friend, and Miss Jane Friend ot Pecan Point; Dr. and Mrs. T, F. Hudson and Mr, ami Mrs, C. Ii. Wood of Luxorn; Dr. and Mrs, J. T. I'olk, Mr. and Mm. H. P. Dtnm- vnnt, nnd Mi 1 , and Mm, Orls O'hilfls of Kclser; Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Grcsham and Mrs. Dora Merrill ol Wilson. Wed Earl Powell, Jr. : ^J ra > dc " la ' vc "- for "" GYUJUTHERSVILLE, Mo., May '1. —Announcement was mafic here yesterday by MV. mill Mrs, Harry V. LiUcifclner, Sr., ol Ihe engage- mcnt and approaching miirrlngc ot their daughter, Miss Virginia Nell, lo Mr. Earl Powell. Jr., of Little liock, Ark., the ceremony to be solemnized here Saturday evening, Mny 25, at, eight o'clock at the ihe Wedding March from "A Midsummer Night/a Dream" by Mendelssohn, for the recession; 1 .!. Mrs. Driver will also accompany Miss Cliiirlottc Holt, of Salem, ill., lormcr classmate of Iho bride, as on the Dean's list, of Ihe Engineer- ,;' csbytc ™"' °^;. thc Rcv ' Hie college al Cornell University,' W "f lc W-Gray olllclat ng Ithaca. N. Y., which 'Is made t.|» ' he „ n"''"™ 6 , "T 1 lnlcnlc(l ol students who have achieved an ,T« br ( 'l ^ J" B !' ei1 '" nml " Kay Johnson Wfcl to Bos Ion Girl Wednesday. The wcdtlir.g of Miss Hannah Fiances Emrnons of Boston and Lawrence, Mass,, and Ray Eugene Johnson of Snrasota, Fla., ton ot Mr. ar.d Mrs. Sam Pickens Johnson of Blylhevillc, was announced today.' The ceremony was solemnized Wednesday at liijjh noon iu at, Episcopal cliurch at Sarasota. Tne bridegroom's brother, S. P. Johnson Jr., and Mrs. Johnson, also ol that city, were the only nlteadanls. A wending breakfast preceded the sen'icc. Tne bridegroom's parents visited the bride and her parents on a trip East last summer. After Brad-\ uating from a Boston finishing school, Mrs: Johr.son traveled abroad extensively. Mr. Johnson attended Arkansas State college at, Jonesboro, and finished his college work al Harvard. Cambridge, Mass. They will make their home In Sarasota where Mr. Johnso.i is f. representative of the I3ce Hltlgt Product, company which is ownet- by his brother. Executive Hoard Meets Fifteen members of the executive board, Woman's Missionary Union First Baptist church, and ore visitor, Mrs. pit? Shepherd, met ye.s- terday afternoon at the home ol Mrs, Theodore Logan. ~ devotional on "Our Walch- average of 85 per cent or belter ! •" ! > c . during the academic year. ' The HO students were rccognlv.ed tit tlhc animal Honors' Day exercises of (lie college. Mr. Cohen of the class of '«, is in the civil engineering department. hcr fnlhcr ' wl ">' s cles i will this city attended ,,. Olid political Clf- and nrca. She by Miss Mary Grcl . .,, ch Licb Djc)) ,. ..,;„„„„„.; Toujmi . Sj amour" by Frhnl, and "O Perfect Love" by Hui'leigh. The bride, who will be given in niarrlaga by her father, will wear a wedding goivii of white monscllnc de soie jasbioJicd in b^tlice effect with square neck, short puff sleeves and bouffant skirl ending in a graceful train edged in lace. The Blackwater Baptist Services Announced . The Rev. A. B. Jordan, pastor <jf the ninckwatcr Baptist church, announced services for lib church following his return yesterday from a stale Baptist, Training Union convention In Hot Springs. Preaching "services' will be eitcli first nnd third Sunday and Hun- day nights. A singing convention Is conducted the first Sunday Icrnoon of each month, The pastor also nnnoimceil thai a lotiil ot 2fiO attended the B. T. U. rally al the Dlackwater church Friday night. Seven churches were represented. Students Tie For Bits of News Mostly Personals bridegroom will be attended by Harry V. Lllzclfclncr, Jr., ns best man, brother ol the bride. Mr. Luther Hollamon. of Hope. Ark. 1 , cousin of (he Broom, will be organist during (he ceremony, and Miss Marjorlc Ashcraft of Ibis city will b6 vocal soloist. The young brlde-lo-bc. a lar member of Ilic youngci Mrs. Venn.. She C. C. Lee of Dyersburg, returned home yesterday after having visited her sister, Mrs. \V. Dlllalmnty, for several days. s Accompanied by her oilier, Mrs. J. M. Gillespte. and illiam Wayne Taylor, who will sit her there. Mrs. Milton Siivcrberg, of Memphis, is the suest of her cousin. B. It. Levy, and r>n Levy, jr. Mrs. Sllvcrbcrg and Mr. Levy, Jr. re.- lurneri here niglil' from Ht- Louis where they had spent.« week. will be motored ho me tomor- uouble .'cil of French illusion will full from the lace crown lit halo She wili carry a shower bouquet of gardenias and valley lilies. Her only ornament will be a necklace of pearls, it gift, from her father, and pearl clips al the corners of the neckline. Miss Kcbckah Burks, only sister of the bridegroom, will b c Miss Harwell's mnid of lionor nnrf only a ptipn- j attendant. She will wear yellow 1 ;r .sot. is! mo tissclluc de soie with larw pic- v Scholastic Honors CARUT'HEHSVILLE, Mo.. May •). —Supt. fi- M. Pierce of the local schools systems, yeslerday stated the Senior Class this year would have the unusual distinction ol laving two valedictorians, and also two sahttalorians. There were lies in eaeli department for the Mi ''ns scholastic honore, nnd ia- ilniclors and faculty memlJers were astonished when the discovery was first made, nnd spent, some time shocking and rechccking records. Uilly Rhodes, son of Mr. ntui Mrs. A. B. fihortes. and Miss Julia Mtirgnrcl t'helps, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Billie Phelps, are tie: with rankings of 04 for the valedictorian honor, and Mike Wilsoi son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wilson Sr.. and Miss Marjorie McOawley daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M McCawley, are lied for saliif.Uor- ian with a ranking of 82. Ties for valedictorian or salu- talorian have occurred before, but this is the first time in Ihe history of the school. Supt. Pierce iaid. that ties have occurred for both top-ranking class honors. known here and elsewhere i lllr! , hnt am , bouquet ot over the S l«(c_ and section. While ] njllk cavn!itions , ^ [smm ^\^ { bltie delphitiium. Harry G. Burks, in high school she attained outstanding prominence for her vocal talents, and since graduation bus . Jr., of liliz.ibe.lh, N. J., will his brother serve best man. Calclwcll nlcipal opera, company for To Present Plays At Flat Lake School A group of one act plays will be presented Monday night, til 7::il) o'clock ni, the Flul Luke school, according lo announcement, mndo today. The upper grades of the school lnll ";bc ring bearer and 'Dr.' Mnllorv o |lc Harwell and Joe W. Uliodes, brother and cousin of tne bride, will i lie ushers. ! Following the ceremony, Dr. aurt Mrs. Harwell will entertain with a reception at their home for tint brutal party, ont-of-lown guesls anrt the immediate relatives and friends. Receiving with the britinl couple and her parents will be, Mv. and Mrs. H. p. Burks, parents of the bridegroom! and Miss Burks. The bride's table In (he dining row by Mr. Levy Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lcc ol Oaytona Beach. Fin., arc spending fho week end hern, with Mr nut] - - - - > .-...v..^ v ..... v ... , ... .. Mrs. Hortiiey I,. Banister and Mrs " w ' } • wl)) 8'vo n. skit. "Little Nell". | thrce-llered wcdrling cnke garlancl- "" " " and n. play, "Tiie Blue Teapot". l etl wilh . Vnll(l y I'Hcs and fern and \!ary Little. Mrs. Lcc Is a niece Mrs. Liltle. • ^ IllH 11 - 1 {il.HlVO Ul U1C! SCHOOL ' V*.%.^0 l.t.JJ^ HI lilt; UlLllllg present "A Mock Examma- ''""in will be draped with a Vrnc- tion" and the home rictnoiistrattpn " n " ' acc cloth mid centered, by (f Ui Mrs. Thad Nicol unit daughter. .. ........ s ..^ i Jane Annis. arc vlsllin 8 ~Mrfi."Nlcoi : s wreiits. m. nnd Mrs o W Hen- rtricks. in Little Rock Mr, nnd Mrs. o. G.' A.slilev and two children mid Mrs J •[- Asliiev ' word" was given by Mrs. Walter " . Bishop. Mrs. "Logan and Mrs. Lloyc Stlckmon offered prayers. After Die business r.cssion presided over by Mr.s. w, .1. Ko.-iarrs, the hostess served refreshments. Ate Guests of Club Mrs. James H. Hill and Mrs. ,1 S. Homer of Bloomfielrt. Mo., wen guests of Mrs. M. 0. Usrey Thursday afternoon when sh,» was hostess to members of Ihr Mlti-Wcel; Bridge club lor a party at hprhcme A three course luncheon wa: served al the dining table whu:l. and had a cer.lerpicce of tulip:, valley lilies, In tire bridge games which followed, Mrs. C A.. Cunningham received l_iigh More prk? anion? the club members and Mrs. Homer among Ihe guests. Jr.. and two children, mi . gould, arc spending the week end of here as guests of Mr.'ami Mrs W W. McNelll and Mr. an,l Mrs. J.' Proceeds from the plays will go into the demonstration club fund. To Hold Graduation At Flat Srhrml OCnOOl Graduation exercises for eighth grndr.s of lopped with a miniature bride and White Inpcrs will burn in crystal holders. Floor baskels pf splrea and roses, combined with smilax will decorate the lower floor. Mrs. D. !!. Wort* will plav during the reception. Assisting in serving will be Mrs. Chnrlc.s Lowrnncc, Mrs. D. S3. I CHURCH NEWS HKST METHODIST C1IUKCI! K. B. Williams, |, as(oi . . IKISI... a.m. Church ^school, S. K. arrctt, superintendent. We are cseivltifr Church School Day with •i sprcinl program at this hour We have a cla.s.f for every age. 10:C5 a.m. Hc^ulnr preaching •crvtcc, The iiastor'fi message 'will jo: "God's Signals." Tiie choil will render nn A Ca|)eliu chorus •God Who Touches! Earth Will' Beiiuly." 6:45 p.m. The Young 1'eople wii: meet in ihelr respective depart- ncnts. T:M p.m. The Evening service flic pastor will give the second ii a series of inestage.s on the Hook of Revelation, If you are not wor sliipiiig elsewhere, you are invitee lo worship with us. Monday 7:30 p.m. The Business and Professional Women's Circle will sponsor a book review at tin' Church lo be followed with a sil ver tea. Mrs. Eugene W. Potter o Jonesboro will review "Lost Pnra disc" Uy Robert Peter Tristan Coffin, Tiio public Is cordially in vitcd. 'Ollack will be out of lown to peak to the Hlllcl Society of (ho University of Arkansas. Regular schedule of Sunday sr-f'nil and services will be resumed on Sunday, May 12.' Mother's Day gram will he sponsored lliat afternoon by the Sisterhood. I'JHST C'JHUSTiAN CHUItCH Main at Sixth Ceo. W. Patterson, miiiisler 9H5 a.m.. Bible school. Russell Barham, .suiierlntendenl. 11:00 a.m., worship, communion mid preaching. "Salvation from Sin" will be the sermon subject 7:30 p.m. worship and preaching, "Restoring the Joy of Life" will be the sennou (.heme. We most, cordially Invite (lie jmljlic. Strangers iu pur city espe- fiully Invited. We'll Uy lo yon glad you came our way. SATURDAY, MAY : 4, 19<10 Willi Style QJI the Side CAI.VAKV KriSCOl'A!- CHUHDU OSCKOLA Matthew A. Curry, pricst-fn-rliargc Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30 p.m. ST. STKI'IIEN'S EPISCOPAL CIIUKCII "- Mulllicw A. CnriT, rector Church school at 10 am. Holy communion and sertnon at II a.m. Text: "The end of all tilings is at hand." 1 Peter 1V:7. 1'lLCiRlM LUTHERAN t'JIUKCJJ II. ,5. klclndieiist, ii.istor Divine worship 0:45 run. Scrmoi subject: "A God-pleasing 'Chris linn Song Service." Special music "t tie played and sung during this service In view of National Music \Vcck. Sunday school, 10:45 a.m. Advanced class on Christian Instruction 2:15 p.m. Final Lutheran Hour transcribed program over KLCN at 3:30 p.m. If you have listened In and Ocsirc to hear next year's Lutheran Hour locally, why not write in .mil tell us? A cordial welcome always. "Next to theology I give to imislc the highest place and honor."—miller. SiTKEKT MKTHOUIST VIUST UAl'TIST C1H1KCI1 Wtiliuit and eighth I'aslur: Hcv. Alfred Carpenter Sunday: !/::>0 a.m. Bible school. 10:40 am. Morning worship, An- tVictn. "Wonderful Grace for JOBUS." Sermon. "A Personal Matter." Broadcast over KLCN. G:30 p.m. Training Union. 7:30 p.m. Evening worship. Sermon. "God's Supreme Command." 1 Wednesday: j 7:CO, p.m. Departmental meetings. 7:30 p.m. Mid-week services. This is regular monthly business meeting of the church. 6:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. l.'aplist Chapel, Lily Street !):30 a.m. Bible school. F. M. Sweet, p:i*l<>r 0:-I5 a.m. Church school. Iversbn Morris, superintendent. 10:45 a.m. Prcapliing service. 6:30 p.m. Young People's service. 7:30 p.m. Preaching service . 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, prayer si-iv- ice. LVXOllA BAPTIST Kalpli L. houglas, pastor 10:00 Sunday school. Mrs. S. J. Smith, superintendent, 11:00 a.m. Worship service. Sermon topic: "He that tnketh not his cross and follow alter me is not worthy ol me." I!:30' p.m.' B. T. U. 7:30 p.m. "Worship service. Sermon topic: "Oh, Lord, Ihou hast searched me and known me." Our Sunday school is continuing to aiow, and we had a aooil attendance at the organization meeting of the B. T. u. • .school . /uirv emdc.s of the Flat Lake Mrs. J. Paul Bnirrt of nyersbuv' will be conducted Tlmrsdny Tenn.. Mrs. O. Fred. Taylor jr" Arbyrd Students , Have Banquel Here The days ol the Wild West were brought, back vividly to 50 members of the junior and senior classes of Arbyrd high school who used 'l^jat theme for (heir annual ban- ijuct 'given at the Hotel Noble Friday night. Their theme was carried out in their program and in the dishes on their menu to which they attached Western names, such as firewater, wild game, hard tack, fodder, and Java. The colors of blue and gold dominated the spring bouquets and other decorations of the table. Rudy P. Thomas, sponsor of the, group, gave (he iiAocalion. A rcn<i- ihg was given by Knth .Stafford, the class prophecy by Krlinc Hen- ririxsoi) and Ihr- class will by Tht'iia Hopkins. Musical numbers were "Leaning on lh<* old Top Rail" and "Home, on the J?an?c." Class officers are.: Bruce Pulp, president; Evia! McCorninck, vice president; and Tliecfa Hopkins, secretary and treasurer. FH1ST PKKSIIVTEKIAN* CHURCH- James A. OverhoJser, minister 'Church school, 0:45 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 a.m. Ser- mcn"by the Rev. W. O. Shcwriiak- er, Ph. n. Younp: People's meeting ti:30p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Sermon hy (lie pastor, on II CDiitvth- lans 12:9, "My Grace Is Sufficient for Thee." Midweek prayer service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Choir practice Wednesday 8:15 P.m. Everyone is cordially invited to attend the services. ASSEMIiLV OF CiO!) Seventh anJ Ash Streets S. A. Merrill, nastor S:30 a.m. Radio program. 0:45 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. 11:00 a.m. Children's church. 3:00 p.m. Men's prayer meeting. fi:30 p.m. Christ. Ambassador's class. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic services. Tuesday. 7:30 o'clock, Young People's meeting. Friday, 7:30 o'clock, Bible study. I N strong competition with the widely touted bloused-bodice silhouette is this, sjdc-faslcncd coat. Of a lightweight, virgin wool fabric with granular surface in a handsome shade of light gray, it is trimmed with crisp white |)h|Me, a jeweled lapel ornament ' and buttons or solf-malevial. Ladies' Bible class. Thursday. 3:00 p.m. Radio services: daily (except Sunday), 13:15 o'clock. Sunday, 2:30 o'clock. LUXOK.V ME'i'HOIHST CHIJKCII K. K. L. Beanlen Jr., pastor Sunday school at 10 a.m. Mrs. Bite Brown, general superintendent Morning worship at 11 ;i.m. The pastor will use lor his sermon subject -The Thoughts We Think." Junior League at 5:30 o'clo-k. fipiiior League at 8:30 o'clock. Evening services at 7:30 o'clock. CHURCH OK CHRIST, West iUain and Highway :0t . llentun M. Ncal, evangelist Lord's Dny services: Bible study classes, 9:50 a.m. Preaching. 11:00 a.m. Communion, 11:50 aan. Voting People's Bible class. 7:CO p.m. Preaching, 7:45 p.m. Mid-week services: Bible study and song practice, Wednesday, 7:45 p.m. The Spot Highway lil, 1 miles 1 north of O.sceola. Dining and Dancing KVBKV KVKNING HIGH GLASS „ CATERING .\. DKIVCK Owner and Slaiu e week lie is ' on me federal peii!. jury . Mr. ami Mrs. Edwin Jones o N Kawkms lim i I heir lum.sccuW Miss Audrey Hawkins, of SI. Louis'. spent Ihursdny in Jonr,\buro witli -\it\ Hawkins' .sister, M,-, S . K L "Lost Paradise" To Be Reviewed Matthews, and family. Mrs. Harinan Taylor A review of the hook. " t'arnrtlse". by Robert Peter Coilin j ' lf iv<-ling will be prcbculcd Monthly nijihl Following (he rcccplieai th c iiiifl britlegrooix will leave tor -i [W<M lour Iliroitgh (he cast, by . 1 "^"" »rier wincii ihey «-in i,. r .-,> i ihe home in Iledfcnd. Va.. Hin. tllr *"'• l! »''ks is an nllonu'y For Mrs. Burks will wc;u :, Tippler (.iets 3fl-MinuU> Slart CHEYENNE, Wyo. cUI'i—E. Lee Tollver. 30-ysar-nld Larnmie. Wyo.. negro, admit led before Police Judge Philip White that he was guilty of charges of dnmkcnnrs.s 1 and disturbance, but wanted "just 30 minutes head start, and I'll leave towix" Judge White .suspended a no-day i fine niul acrrpleil Ihe siu^estlon. | TEMPLI-; ISltAEL tteriuan rolliick, rabbi iiay school ajicl services will lw held this Sunday. Rabbi NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Service STANDARD TIRES You Can't get HURT doing this •son. John Miny.ifd i moved to their homo at alter h ' Mrs. T ami lnfniit(tlic First MclhotliM church by Mrs. avc been j Eugene Potter, of Joncstioro. Sin-ins; xnlt in K old cnln- with mntchiiit: hat and Imw cin.snyc will bf " «' Uif lion nly. for a few clays. At The Hospitals IllYlUrvillc l.anra Robinnon, Ccrtiplimciil Bride. J.frs. Harold. Anderson. Ihe !or- mer Miss Alba Grccnway. daueh- ter-of Mr. and Mrs. HIMCII Gtecu- way, of Dell, was complimented at a miscellaneous shower given Wc<i- „ v „„„„„„„ c( rwday afternoon at Ihr home oiled. Mrs. W. O. AnclCKwi at Arinorcl.t Mis. Robert Win-, Included in (lie -15 guests present vlilr. diMtilsscd wrrc Ihe following from out of I Kallic TH(C citv to*«: MIR; Spencer Andrrsmi and' Fluvii T-itc Jr "rti- daughlcrs of Oiccola, Mrs. H. A. I ' 'Vails "llon'ii Glctnway, . Mrs. \y.. D. Howard. Mrs. A. W.' Sprnc' Holly under Ihe auspices of the I!nsine« I 'W'dcr orchid, of Women's Circle of the Woman's i Out-o!-town •met ,V. I Society of ChTlstlaii Service, of Uie I nroull<1 5(1 - ''"^ lw irliuroh. iinchicle Dr. and Mrs. W. R. llanvrU ! A silver ten will be givun iu con- ""tl'chiltircn. Louise and William tni-ction wiih the review which will ° r s lircvp|)orl. l.-i., Mr. iiiui Mr- ! b'gitt cit 7:30 o'clock. Special music., A - Harwell ol I'.irkin, Mr. ,- m ii [ (is bring arranged by .Mr. and Mrs.I <\ trSi w - "- Kcathlpy nnd childrn, ; Wilson llrnry and Miss Namno' ''raiiKHn and admuifd. Nannie' Clnikc Smith. ] Mrs. Potter Is (he wile of Hie j Milierititendenl ot Methodistl i-lMnrHes In thb district. i M^rs. Cora O'[ecnway of Dell; Mrs. O. B. Abbott. Mrs. Robert Tliomp- £u)>, Mrs. Waller Barnes, Airs. Zoa 'lliompsciii, Mrs. Cie'jio McG.ulrc o( Yaibro;.^. Bi : c'..Aii'd'ci'Eon. Mrs. C^corgc J)l,U'ugcr', Mre;' Tci^t Turn' er, Miss Martha Finklpai Miss Mary admitted. C. T. Wicker, city, admitted Memphis Uaptisl H, )sn it a i Mrs. .Jc.wc Goin.s, Bji-Actt a<ln- led. IxJis Anderson, Miss ''touis'e Aritlti: mittcd: Kreddie SI, Martin, Wilson,' ad- EXl'KUT HBAUTX WORK fill IflR f' or ^ALL 1UU Appointment Margaret's Beauty Shop TaXcs yMi» otr your ai<|iMi»iico - adds ycats to your lite. VAPOR BATHS Xvcilitt Massage Salt Glow aim Stiovccr Mrs. Hiilh I,awhoil fried CHARCOAL Broiled Slrak;, r Trnilrr njili r/ir loo and >l.iu '"' -I«)\K IUTICl, \0\\\ !. OTHER i SIZES , ?ROPQRTJONATELY LOW /.' ; At To day's LOW PRICES! | ; As JJftc I'er Week; i Low As OU On Our 1 BUDGET PLAN \ PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Mil AVahuii i'iienc 31U . . . u». imlting clothes in a liunulr.v bag can )>o rc- partled as a pretty safe octupalinn . . . you can't lid vo»r arm catitrhl in a wrinifcr . . . yoii won't fill! nith the rkilhc.x ba.skel. . . you «on'l ralrh cold from Hie dam!), l-'se (he Ulyllif- v ille l.aiindry fur safety's sake. ST£AM BTZ Sign the New Register at the Ritz SATURDAY ,.<t<ro Comedy ,fc Serial C'nnllta'ouji s:lio«- Salurrlny SUNDAY-MONDAY $&y> ?fm FORTY LITTLE l-'irsl News I'iclurfs . of Nonvcgla" \V."ir Actual Scenes uf Heal Fighting Also News and Sliods. ROXY I.AS'l' TlMKSv TODAY. also 4'omrdy :<"rt titrial SUNDAY^IONDAV .C'uiiicdy * . News UOO «.ni. '~ LISTEN TO KI.CN- p.m. — X:3 p.m. Phone H1U 211 rhone ROXT 333

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