(AM£.) COUBJKR .NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1934 A Big Day for the Tunneys 934 \/T| Social Calendar MONDAY'S BVBN'IB Woman's auxiliary meeting at church for business session, 2:30 p. m Woman's missionary First Methodist church meeting »t church, 2:30 p. in. St. Stephen Episcopal Guild meeting 2:30 p. in. with Mis. J. W. Blylhc. Hegular business meeting of lh« D P. W. club at the Hotel Noble. TUESDAY'S EVENTS City Council P. T. A. meeting, 9:30 a.: m. nt high school auditorium. Young Matrons Bridge club meeting with Mis. \V. C. Hlgstnson. Mrs W. D Clmrablin linving Tuesday Bridge club. .THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. ; Russell Phillips having .Thursday. Luncheon club. Mid-Week club meeting with Mrs. Cecil •Shane. ''•' Mrs H A Taylor entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Miss Marjorle SUwarl Announce!, Wrddlnj Flans '&?ifs".' Marjoric Slewart, - wiios6 marriage to Mr. Frank Allen Dan it-Is of Carulhersvlllc, Mo., and : Mayflcld, Ky., wlllbc an inlcrest- ing social event of October, has announced plans for her wedding. The ceremony will be |>erformed October Fifth at the Church of . the Immaculate Conception with the Rev. J. J. Thompson 'rending the service. Thc bride's only attendant will he hci twin Fister, Mrs. Waller Cox jr.,~of Osccola. Mr. B. Ward, of Carulhcrsville, will be best man. Arthur Brickey jr., of Osccola, . and ' Bruce Fisher, of Carulhers- ville. will be.ushers. The ;brfdc will be given In mnr- riiigc by her b,rothcr-ln-law, Mr. Walter Cox ji , of Osceola. Preceding Ihe exchanging of the \rn\s there Kill lie B program of nuptial music with Mrs. J. I 4 . Daniels, mother of.the bridegroom, at the organ Miss Betty Ferguson of Caiuthersvllle, will, play the violin, and Bnl Haydeii,-of Car- ulhersvile, is to be soloist. The ^ bride is the daughter of Mrs. Pearl Stewart, nnrf the late Mr 1 B Slewart, of this city. Mr. Daniels Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. I* Daniels of Caruthcrsville. Pl«Jte» 'Kappa Delia Miss Virginia Nunn, daughter of Mr. apd Mrs Marvin Nunn, the University of Mississippi, oxford has hem pledged to the Kappa Delta soronty following rush week. Is School Editor of in '^ofcdkDV DAN THOMAS — GEORGE SCARBO FoUB Per TWUES 1 WHICH HE TOOK WM HIM AND HOLi-YSWOD OOi&iMAL POGO-PoSOGIRLOF THE 21EG-FELD FOLLIES, • WHENEVER. HE GOES TRAVELING PAV1O MANNRW USE j HIS REAL NAME, DAVtOACKLOM day for Louisville, Kj'., where she will atlcnd the national convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.., Miss Woodburn Is dele- sate-al-largo for the slate and will be In Louisville for a week. Glub Women of District Outline 1934 Program (he A. P. W. C. Mrs. W. J. Driver of Osccoln; also was a guest.- Ollicrs present, who comprise the olllcia Ifamily were Mrs. Herbert Proctor, Wynne, first vice-president; Mrs. W. E. Hunt, Osccola, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Charles Overholl, Brlnklcy, treasurer; Mrs. W. L. Rogers, JSarle, piirllamcn- larian; Mrs. R. S. Dudley, Jonesboro, chairman of the division of OSOEOLA. Ark. — Twenty-live Eastern Arkansas, club women, comprising the Forrest City District Federation's official family, were Bue'sls of Hie .president, ^Mrs. J. W. -Edringtoiy. at luncheon at Thiirsday' at . her Osccola home noon tincl spent in at Southeast Missouri Teacher? college fit Cape Glrardetui, Mo She is a sophomore. • * * * To Haic Opportunity,'School. The Business and Professions Woman's club Is sponsoring m FERA Oppoiluntty ' School, ii .which typing, shorthand, and bookkeeping arc to be taught free of charge; undsr the direction of Mrs L. M. Burnette All who arc Interested in receiving this Instruction are requested to call 82-1-W. * * * Attend Bo»t nance Among those from Blythevillc who atlcndcd tho boat rlnncc at Caruthcrsville last night were- Mr and Mrs Fied Snndefur, Mr and Mrs Bill Wimderlich, p. D. Joiner Mike Simon Morris" Moon Miss Martha Robinson Mark Smith nnd Mrs. Frances Carpenter, Fred Flec- man and Miss Hulh Matthews Mr and Mrs. Carrol Blakcmorc Mr and Mrs. Robert Grimes. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell, Mr anc Mrs Llojd Wise Miss Ruth Blylhc and Bill Mahlln Miss Ruby Ncnl nnd J Brjant, Dr. and Mrs grams of library extension and juvenile jMolcctlon during the eur- icnt club year. A public library in every town and a juvenile court officer in every county nrc goals of (he federation, which will also put forth an unprecedented drive for new ncinbeis and the reinstatement cl old ones. As n special Inducement to clubs which have dropped out of Iccl- eialcd work, the organization ex- lends the privilege of reinstatement with only the payment, of Ihc current year's dues and as an added incentive Mrs. Edrington is offering a prize lo the county federation which brings in the greatest number of clubs i\nd to the club In Ihe district which enrolls tho largest number of new members. Mrs. Edrinston is also offering an award to il-.e county establishing and operating the largest number of public libraries. The board at Thursday's meeting fixed the last week In April as thc time tor the 1935 council meellni. which will be held at Wilson witn the Mississippi county federation law obsciv^icc; Mrs. Albert !Ior- ner, Wynne, chnirmnii of Hie American home; Miss Alma Fulrall, iMnrlanna, chairman ol cducalion; Mi-s. L. c. Colo. Birdcye, chairman of the division of Illiteracy; Mrs. F. P. Jacobs, Grlder, chairman of Pine arts; Mrs. Smtlh Johnson, Marlon, chairman of I tic division of'arl; Mrs. R. E. Robertson, Jonesboro, chairman of international relations; Mrs. E. M. Pipkin,' Helena, chairman of legislation; Miss 'Jciinette Blount, Marlanna, chairman of press and 'publicity; Mrs Z. H. Halfc, cherry Valley, chairman of child welfare; and the following committee chairmen: Mrs. H, M. Rhcubiish, Osccola, program; Mrs. Howard Proclor, llly- thcvlllc, federation extension; Mn S. M. Hodges. Osceola, club institute; Mrs. John 1. Jones, Fornat City, speakers' bureau; Mrs. W. L Blann, Marion, historian; Mrs. J O. Met*, Ilanisbnrg, motion pic- lures; Mrs. L. S. Mitchell, Osccola, scholarship and loan; l!r.i. D M, Biggs, Proclor, .Club Womar circulation. EXPECT II III DlCJEETl Elaborate Program Plan- .nccl for Stale Convention Here October 23 to 25 When the United Daughters of Ihe Confederacy hold their annual stale meeting here October 23. 24 and 25, 100 debates from the 60 chapters in Arkansas ure expected to attend. A feature of ihe three-day con- vtntion will be the unveiling of two boulders, recently erected nt B!y- Ihevlilc and Osccota, In memory of the Confederate dead In Mississippi county. : j According to Mrs. James B Clark of this city, state program chairman nnd former president of Ihe local chapter, 'an elaborate program Is being arranged. Sessions will no held at the Hotel Noble and city auditorium and a number of Blytlieville civic organ- isations are planning to entertain he visitors, other members of the ommllice arranging the program ''ilh Mrs. Clark arc: Mrs. Clntrlcs '. Ilayncs, of Hope, Mrs. L. M udson, of Turrell. and Miss Aur- cllc Burnsldc, of El Dorado. -• Officers of the Arkansas Divls- on are: Mrs. C, S. Lowthorp, of lope, president; Mrs. Earl Gun lingham, of Prairie Drove nrs 'ice president; Mrs. Paul Hccriva jcn, of Fayctlcville. second vlccircsldenl: Mrs. J. p. Bowcn, 'of Little Rock, third vice-president; Mrs. John Primiski. North Llttlt iock, recording secretary; Mrs JCOI-BC Sprngglus, of Hope, cor- •espondlng secretary; Mrs. James B Clark, of Blythevillc, treasurer virs. Jess Marlin, of Rnssellvlllc nstorlan; Mrs. Prank Gerig ol Ukmlclphln. registrar;. Mrs. John Carter, of El Dorado, recorder of CIOMCS; Mrs. R. J. Rice, of Little Rock, custodian of nags; Mrs w B. Mnssey. of Hot Springs, pariia- nentarum. -*••-•>, — «. U1U( l\Hi!, '•!•• -vi.n^I *vhm.llLUII Fred childs and Mr. and Mrs J ^ hostess. The exact dale for t Hasson the meeting will be arranged later * * * - r~ -' — - tnlcrtnin for Mrr. llurrcy. The o-d-r of Eastern star cn- Ici tallied for Mrs. Emma Burncv cliupla)!), with surprise - ' roast at the home of Mrs. W W Hollln»Cer Thursday , night. There were twenty members present, aucl following the picnic supper thev were cntertalred with rook and dart ball Mrs Burn=y Is tcavinj M s cavnj Monday for California, for an In- meet the convenience of Mrs W. Vclvin, of Louisville, A I-' W. c. president, who will V on the, program. For the purpose of club institutes the district was divided into tince zones with Randolph, Clay Lawrence, Green and Uefmllc visit , relatives. . Mostly, Personal Isa Miesnsr, of St. Louis, attended to business here this week. Mr. and Mr* J. ;Erne>(, Hasson attended the boat dance at Car uthersville last ejenlng. Mrs Elton ijv* Kirhy was In Memphis; jesUrday accompanying her. mother-ln-l»»' who visited Mr and Mrs Harry Kirby and Mr and Mrs. Elton W. Kirby before going to Mississippi " Jack 'Homer* Jr has gone to Whcatley,' Ark., for a visit with his grandparents He «as accoin- 'pani*<i to Memphis by A\s molhci UTS. W. Leon Smith was in 'Mrs., Emma Burnt j will leave Monday for', Mtynood, near Los ' '»; .'CaUfomta,. .where she m "»ift. S ?^.«< «* W™? 1 Burton time..;- , . . of Mrs; Norma for u indefinite Cwtf.Woodtuni lejt Frl- " THE KIT! A picture said to be unexcelled or idyllic romance and gay, youlh- ul appeal, the Fox Film produc- loi), "Love Time," Is to be shown '. the Hitz Sunday and Monday. The new film, which features the xquislte English beauty, "Pat" Pateison, and Nils Asthcr as the rincipals of Us romantic story, cals with the youth of the worlrt- amcd composer, • Franz Schubert, The entire Tunney family passes before the camera's eye. Occasion Ihe christening of John Varrick Tunney, whom you see at cxtrenK [ight with his fumed father Gene, following church services in (itnmlord, Conn. In Ihe foreground: Mrs. Tunney; Genu Tunney, Jr. oged 2; anil Bernard F. Gimbcl, noted merchant and godfather o: the Tuuney's second child. , the following services for Sunday, September 30: Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Classes for HES CHimcil Of THE NAZARENK fuiih.v D. Bcnsley, Psstnr Sunday school, 0:45 a.m. E „ Evans, superihlcndent. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Scriuon subject, "The Highway of Holiness." N. Y. p. s., e:45 p.m. Evening worship, 7:45 p.m. Sermon subject, "The Rich World- ling." • I.AKK STREET METHODIST CItUItCH IV. .1. I.cUoy, I'uslor Sunday school, D:45 a.m. Preaching. 10:50 a.m.,' Subjcel •'Seeing (lie Wort—Hearing the Word." Epworili leajuo, 1m p.m. Evening worship, 8:00 p.m. Subject, "Arc You Losing Heaven by One Mistake?" The pastor will call on nil members of the congregation durlnp the coming week. FIHST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH S. II. Salmon,' Pastor Sunday school, 3:45 a. in, Church service, 11:00 a. m Sermon subjecl, ••Counting thc Cost" Young Peoples' Meeting, 6:30 p m.. Miss Mary Virginia Culler' ages. Preaching service, 11 a. 'm. Special lo Christians! junior Christ Ambassadors, <!:I5 p. m. 5 to 15 years. Senior Christ Ambassadors, 0:45 li, m. All Young People. Evangelistic services, 7:'I5 p. m. Special singing. Everyone is cordially invited to attend these services "nnd hear this Hevorcnd Bert Webb of St. Cloud, .Minnesota. Lesson-Sermon which will be rea. n all churches of Christ, Scientist Sunday morning.at n o'clock! The Golden lext is: Philippiaiii 4:8. Among the citations whici comprise the Lesson-Sermon i Lamentations 5:10 and page 472 o the ChriF^lan Science textbook, i Christian Science broadcast is glv en each Wednesday ut 10:30 a.n over KLCN. I'lLGRIM LUTHERAN CIIUKCH . H. ,1, KleimJien-si, Pa.slor i Sunday school, o a. in. Morning worship, 10 a. in. Sernon HVciric: "The Crown of Life the Christian's Goal." Special Reorganization Young People's meeting Wednesday, 7:30 Democratic Women Will Meet at Augusta, Oct. 1 District One of the Arkansa. Democratic Women's club will hok its annual meeting at Augusta, Oc toiler 12, it was announced today by Mrs. Jnmcs I). Clark, chairman At this time the election will be held. 'II.. iV "Changing Standards" Is to be ! °ader. the theme of the program which 1 Evening service. 7:30 p. m, Thc deal with women In changing world. Officers of the group besides Mrs. Clark are: Mrs. j. Schoen- the Rcv - J- O. Renvis, D. D., will preach in Ihc absence of the pas- Instruction class to begin Mon- is extended to all day 7 p. in. An invitation to visit our services. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH ' E. K. Latimcr, I'aslur Church School, 9:45 a. m. Church Service, 11:00 a. in,, the Rev. Lalimcr's Last Sermon here. There will be no vesper service. FIKST METHODIST CHURCH \V. V. Wonuck, r;islor Chinch School, 9:45 n. n] . Morning Worship, 10:55 a.' m. League Services, 6:45 p. m Evening Worship, 7:30 p. in. NEXT WEEK at -Blytheyilles Theatres Constance Gumming stance Ihe "Ilhiimba Exotic" with specially composed music. "Glamour" was adapted for (he screen from the story by Edna Fcrbor and directed bv SVilllam Wyler. ' , , nd the first • great love *of Ills [fc. Set cars in Austria In the early of the nineteenth century, .Time" follows Schubert roni his remote village home to he court of the Emperor at VI- nna. Many of Schubert's Immortal oinirositioiis arc said tci have keen vomen into the story of "Love rime." The musical climax of the ilctiirc is achieved when Schubert appears before the Empez'or and ils court and directs a huge orchestra 'in- a 'rendition of his own n iislc. The drama of this situation is iclghtened by the fact that the compose rbelicves hc t is to lose he girlsjjje' loves' at the conclusion of fife concert. She has been •evealedjas a daughter of royalty; he is but a lowly musician. "Glamour," Edna Fcrber's Intriguing -.exposition of the eternal triangle, vijll be the screen fea- Ritz Tuesday and .Constance Cumniings find Pan Luka's play the featured roles in this Universal drama of wandering hearts, with its colorful background of theatrical folk in New York and London. Musical romance Is supplied by Phillip Reed who sings several numbers. He am tifr'e at tile Wednesday. Rome and Egypl live aaaln in all their monumental splendor in Cecil B. DeMllle's newest Paramount production, "Cleopatra," which will be shown at 'Ihc.nlUs '" Thursday nnd Friday. Thc film, a modern screen tl'cal^'. ncnl of one of (lie world's great- 1 " est love slories, has ClaudclU; Col- ; berl, Warren William nnd Henry Wilcoxon in the principal parts. Wilcoxon is the young Englishman • OeMillc brought to Hollywood for Ihc role of Marc Antny, the noble Roman who gave up his life for love of Ihe Egyptian queen while empires tottered about, him. '/ Thc picture has a notable sup- -i porting cast including Ian Keith, '"'~'* Joseph Schlklkrnul, c. Aubrey Smltli, Gertrude Michael, Irving Pichel, Robert Warwick, William Farnum, Edwin Maxwell and Harry Bercsford. One of the most beautiful spots in Southern California was used in thc filming of Ihc new Universal picture, "Embarrassing Moments," which stain Chester Morris, nt the Ritz Salurdny. ; Members of the cast in this new Universal comedy, the fust Chester Morri shas played ir; two years, includes Marion Nixon, Walter Woolf, John Wray, Alan Mow- ' bray, George E. Slone, Gny Sea- ' brook, Jane Darwcll, Henry Ar- metla, Christian Frank, Herman Bin gaud many others well known to both stage and screen. THE RCXT More thrills and chills than performance should EOOII cam have been packed into a single [them stardom. They are, Margo, long day are the Spanish-American dancer, and picture in many promised in Die First National Whitney Bourne, social rcgistrlte and stage actress. mystery drama "Return of the Terror" as the feature attraction at the Roxy Sunday and Monday.[ "Rawhide Mail" is the title of There is'not just one mysteryi tllc fcat " re "I the Ro.xy Saturday, a series Thel ' c wi " also ^ a serial and Steele-Cooter Society — Personal ut many, beginning ; with a series f arsenic poisonings; nt'a private aru'tariuin fp'r which the sirpcrln- en'denl Is .convicted and sent .-. to n insane asyluih and culminating vith three more' killings and two tempted murders at.thc same san- tarium in a night of terror after superintendent 1ms escaped David M. Goodrich, son of Mr. iiitl Mrs. D. W. Goodrich, left Friday lor Memphis to enter the Memphis . School ,of Commerce. The birthday anniversary of Mrs. C. P. Howard was observed with a dinner at the Howard home Tuesday. The jjifcsts were Mrs. Ricco Grilli, Memphis, Mrs. Muschell Hamra and children, Blythevillc, Mrs. C. T. Lewis jr., nnd children, vividly exciting film, p a ra- niount's "Crime Without Passion," jitiju, ni.iiy /ii.iL.v ami nuicii ivn,- s the feature show at the Roxy Cann, Cooler, and Miss Imogenc Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- ar n ,...:..n 04 ....i.. rial, produce! and directed Hnyli, Mary , and Helen Mc- Manning, Slcclc. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albrittoti and sons nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. T. A. Davis spent Tuesday in Memphis, where Mrs. vAlbritlon consulled an eye specialist. Mr. and Mrs. Ollic Barnes entertained the O. E. s. with a party at their home Tuesday evening. Willie Kay Spence^of Savannah, lay. Written. ._ .„. by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur at the Eastern Service Studios in Astoria, Long Island, the film features Claude Rains, and wo glHs new to pictures whose • '' - " i'- "'• winie n.ay opence 01 savannah, in need of a church home iTcnn., was ^crc Friday visiting his vitorl In \rnrclii,* ...ui. .._ . . __ - _ ° tor, who will be in Newport. Prayer meeting. Wednesday cvc- are invited to worship with us. SK(.'OXI) IUITI.ST CHURCH W. Alain at 18th -Street i- 'I', licnfro, r.istor Taster's Kcs. 110 S. 18th. Bible School, 9:!5 a. m. Thos ""o. ^KUK are: Mrs. J. Schoen- . * ' " lu *-imB. Wednesday cvc- bergcr, Marked Tree, vice prcsi- nms ' 7:3 ° I'- m. which is the src- dent; Mrs. W. Oimmcrson. Augw- °" d slll(lj ' ln thc "Through the l:i, second vice president; Mrs l> ' Blblc " c ™rsc, using Ocnesls ia-50. M. Lntonrcttc, Jonesboro, rccord- iiig secretary; Mrs. F. c. McGuirc, Augusta, corresponding secretary Mrs. Rolph Smith, Crawfordsvlllc', trca-Nurer. This group, which embraces elc- Began, Supt. > r , nm, v Bt | V °" "I " "' ' mon by the pastor on EVANGELISTIC CHURCH. cial music. nary, meeting having been from l;uil October. Hospital Notes Admitted to the Hlylhevillc hospital; Mrs. Karl Hataway. Cooler, Mo.; Mi-s. Amos Hatky, Cooler, Mo.; Mrs. It. Floyd, Route 2; Catherine Thomas, Yarbro; Miss Ruby Ncal. city. MOONLIGHT DANCE A Sight-Seeing Excursion On Beautiful „, ^..tvn aim vyiHiyiican '•"*> (,*""!'• wmtii ctiioraccs elc- couniiM In the first zone; MissU- vcn counties In northeast Arkan- apl«, Polnsctl, Crittcndcn, Cross ™s, had-its last election in Jan- and St. Francis comities In tnc scccnrt zone and Woodruff, jack- son, Monroe, I.cc and Phillips counties In the third Bone. Mrs S M. Hodges of Osccola. chairman of ciub Institutes, will designate zone chairmen. Thc board adopted as a motto for thc federation, "Vim, vigor. Victory," and decided upon purple nun gold as federation colors Three past presidents, Mrs. s L Gladish. of Osceola, Mrs. Frank Hixon, of Turrell, and MIT;, w, H McCain, of cotton Plant, were among the guests. Mrs. Gladis'n is iu present chairman of American citizenship for the district and Mrs. McCain is second vice-president of Ghe Us Your OrrUr fiir COAL now while delivery cost Ls . the .o*esl..Wc handle Red Ash. Monla- valio, Ark. Smokeless,' New River, Manchester, Zelgler, Kenliicky arid Dcdusted 'Buckwheat for stokeis. GAY$ BILLINGS ' .:phoi»e-?6 KIRST IIAPTIST . CHURCH Rev. Alfri-d C'arpcnlcr, I'aslor Sunday school. 9:45 a. m. Sermon, moo a. m. Subject: , . The First Essential." „-!!, T ' U ' fi:3 ° \Vilhplni, Ulicctor Mlss . Evening service. 7:30. Subject: "Mysteries of thc Crucifixion." Teachers' meeting. Wednesday 7:00 p. m. Mid-Week service. 7:30. Choir Rehearsal, 8;M. Mrs. Paul Tipton. Director. sisters, Mrs. Elwood Brown and Mrs. Aimer Ashcroft. Miss Mary Myrtle McArthur is visiting relatives in Memphis. . Mr. and Mrs. Allen Austin arc the parents of a'7-pound daughter, born at their home near here September i. Scr- former Mi! "THE'Slcclc. 1 Spc- _ Allen Is Ihc lay Young, of . Young people's meeting, 6:30 pin Evening worship, 7:30. Sermon By the pastor on "THE MAN WHO WENT TO THE DOGS THEN CAME HACK. Miss Elizabeth Hester will sing. All people welcome. CIIKISTIAN SC1KNCK SOCIliTV "Reality" is the subject of the Read Courier News Want Ads. MORSE & KIRSHNER ABSTRACTS Cily <t Farm Properties. Special Tittc Service ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHOKCH Tho Assembly of Ood Church, 7th and Ash streets, announces Island Queen MONDAV NITK, (Krr. 1st... AusiikesT-^slcTn Slur Leaving CAKU r niK»SVU,l,K :ii; 8:«0 O'clwk Dance lo the Music nf,BOB S1UKI.US 10-l'IKCK OKCHKSTKA >njoy B delightful boat ride on Ihc paintial Island Queen. Glass •eii»<Mi-<timc(!',salpii,'SMCloiis decks. An 'stternoolv or evenln" of .genuine entertainment on this beautiful river'steamer. ADULTS 60c . . ' Dancing Free CHILDREN 25c Try Our Delicious 40c Sunday Dinner • - I'resli Oyster Cocktail or Cream of Celery Soup oholc cot Meals: Fried Spring Chicken. A La Maryland Swiss Steak, Boston Brown Potatoes Baked Young Hen, Dressing, Chanbcrry Sauce VEGETABLES Fresh Slrlnj Beans Fried Egg Plant Boston Brown Potaloes Escalloped Corn ' Banana Friltcr Chilled Vegetable Salad While Fruit Salad with Whipped 'Cream' Koiitlicrn Cora Bread Hot Biscuits Tra Coffee Milk MOORE'S CAFE OH'OSITK CITY HALL cartoon. he rom the asylum. Mary Astor heads the all ast iis the owner of the sani- arium where the mysterious poi- onings take place, witli John Haliday playing opposite her as the uperintenilent, - and her swcet- icart, who is convicted of thc ar- enic crimes. Woman's 'Exchange Will Hold Sales Saturdays The Woman's Exchange, which opened two weeks ago witli Thurs- star diiy of each week as the selling day, will be open Saturdays in tin, future at -the Singer Sewing Machine company building instead of Belt's studio. This week all fcini.'s of hiintlcraft, foods, doughnuts, cakes and cookies will be for sale from 9 until 5 o clock. For REAI, protection Phone 101 CLARK-WILSON AGENCY General Insurance 'We Pay All Losses With a Smile" nes B. Clark - Bilker Wilson Read Courier News Want, AO.I. Dr. Floyd D. Howlon, Dentist Announces ihe open- of an office for dental practice in the Lynch building on South Broadway. Delicious Table.d'Hole Sunday Dinner 75c Rlytheville HCTIiL NCBLE Crepes suzcUes at a sidewalk table or a two-inch- thick sirloin at Hotel Noble —under any nag, fine reputations depend on quality. There's something slimulat- ing about a dinner at. Hotel Noble. The, menu i.s fulj of delightful surprises you'd never think of having at home. N e w surroundings make lively conversation flow. The service is deft, quiet, iin- noticeable. See you soon?
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