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COURIER NEWS * Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS ",Cu?ks of Roman's Auxiliary In First Presbyterian church meeting •t 3'30 p. m 1, Mrs Ross Slev- :cris; 2,-Mrs.-W. C. Catcs; 3, Mrs. B R Allen at J19 B Kentucky. No - 4 'inc'els with Mrs. Alice Wo- riiaci, 7:30 p, m. .Woman's Missionary society First Christian church meeting, will) Mrs. L. L. WaVd. W. M S. First Methodist church meeting at church 2 30 p, in. W, j M, U. First Baptist church circle meetings: 1, Jilrs. T. R. Shepherd on Lake St.; 2, Mrs. R. -E..; Blaylock. on West As; 3, ut church. > ,. j :. ' Business and Professional '* Women's club meeting jit Hotel Noble, 7'M p m THURSDAY'S EVENTS ' U. p. .'C.: meeting with Mrs. J. W. Bader, 2:30 p. m. Johnnye Belle Danehower and Mr. E. S. Skinner Wed Announcement has been liuide of the marr!»gc of Miss Johtmye Belle Danehouer, ai Osceoja. to Mr. B. S Sfilnner, of Fllnl, Mich. The wedding was solemnized June 18 at Arkansas City at the iioiiie of Mr and Mrs David S Warn 1 ,. sister and bro(her-ln-mw ; of (lie bride. ( :1 The bride, who fs me daughter of Mr. and Mrs D L 'Ownltncy, of Osceola, aHctidqd Aiknnsns Slate college al Jours 1 010 nnd Tennessee State Teachers college at Memphis For ten years she has been a tn«mb?r of the Manila school" faculty. , Mi. Skinner H.IS Manila but for clglil jenrs lias resided In Flint, vihcrc Ills bride will join him shoitly He Is connected with Ih eBulclt Motor Co. , Announcement, of the' wedding was made at a party jjkeji by Mrs W W Shd\«r, Mrs. Eddie B David, and Miss Lillian . Shaver last evening at the shaver homo., The 30 guests ncre united to ll'io shower part) in honor of Hie ''bride-elect" and the marriage wns then disclosed Pink roses Decorated llic living and dining rooms nnd the dining table, with its laco cover, had u centerpiece of a miniature wcd- 'ding scene. This was flanked with candelabra and surrounded with ferns and lose? which circled the r , table Above Ihls hung a large .pink umbrella, flHed-wllh. gifts. which were pulled clown by iiink ribbons / Tfie refreshments of a salad, t E8iuUIches, Ices, Individual cakes and coffee were in the same shades Miss Wmnte Virgil Turner won ,uie high score award, hosiery, Miss Cfanec Kennedy received' handkerchiefs for low score, and fhe cut prize ,an ivy bowl, went to Mrs Verne Miller Mrs. Skinner nas presented n silver bread < tray Out of lown picsls were: Mrs. R J MeKlnnon, Miss Georgia Lee Stuart, Miss Martha Mntlliews, Mrs A T Pierce and Miss Orine Hulcntns, of Manila, Mrs OtJel! Argo, of Wynne, Art ; Miss Emma cox nnd Mrs D L Gwallney, O f Osceola. Mrs o -f Enochs and daughter, Mls s Ophelm, of Horse- Bfl « Lake, <wd Mrs Larnar Rogers and Miss Lorena Norman, of Seyppel. Ark , . .... ,., ., Metkodist Group ,To Hive "Guest Oaj " New members of tlie Woman's ' 1 ™" ««iety of ti, e Firat church and women, who f>«» BUeste of theorganiza- during the past year will b ts of honor at a 'special J°m ay aftc>no °"' 2:3 ° «•k, at the cnurch winV?" 1 "T Mf5 c °- Rc(t1 "^ i will te m chai-ge of the proaram meeting a ,,d social l'™»ram * * * Sfecled Clnh President Fred W bchalz, formerly of this .fj' h f "*«> elected president of the Hei ena country club Doth.Mr ancV Mrs Schatz are widely know here where they frcnucnUy .vLfi B. P. W. Chib To Study chirm the study by Marjorie i , y arjorie Wi d authority on personality ----- —_.„..y „„ iJcrama uy development, will be studied by the Bustaess wid Professional Women ac wett regular meekly meeting at the Noble* Hotel,-Monday evening »ts7 w p. m. .Mrs JHarre -Morgan will be ii charge of the course. All members 'are urged to attend.' remDet3 ^ T * • T« H»ve Birthday Party • The Sfch birthday of the wo majs missionary' society In Chris lian churches will be' observed by «ie locaf group »t a meeting Monday »fternoon ( .2.30 o'clock, at the born* of Mrs, IN' Upward., >«r.-'wM Mrs. Uflfc Ape Eatertabring ct«b A o. Little wil entertain members of lhe : Thursday Luncheon club and their - inis- f»pde with a dinner party thi evening, to jneet>Mr. and Mrs Junes 'W.' McGrath, of Limolii, •./!.«>. Wh6 ,Bive arrived to spend several cteys rt'-* Littles' country INSOMNIA • By Helen Welshimer IT'S <lark and I'm lonely, And I dun'l know wh'v. H's over n 'ycjir .siuc'u 1 lold you goodbye. A NO why I sliotild lie hcic , And ;uld up wliilc sheep, Sfill lliinkiiij^ tihniil yon, And trying lo sleep ' JCURPASSK.S my knowledge, Unless il can be. Thiil restlessly soincwhevc You're di'diming of me! •>,t ', ,, Bib oj News Mostly Personal nnd quite ill. " «>. me mijii school here, Iws re- irs. B. A. Lynch and son, Louis, sl ?' lc(I n " tl ''iis accepted a position daiiRhtci-, Miss Mnrthn Ann. 1. ... ' llll!l1 £cl '°ol »t Fonifclt, ind daughter, Miss Ann, cut ughlcr, , Pally, and Mnry Spain Irs. , . Osrey arc in Mcinplils today. Mrs. Hurvey H. Haley and two children, of Hot Springs, are pending the weekend here with relatives. Mr. Hnley was supcrln- endcnt of the Blythcvillc schools or a number of years. Mrs. R. L. pcdinnn nnd cliiltlrcn vlll BO to M,emi)his Monday to oln .Mr... Dcdmnn who is now cm- )loycd:Jin .tiie'.rnrita dcpnrtment of Scars RoobucK and Co. Judge a. E.. Keck nnd his 'court .tcnographer, ;H. G. Pnrtlow, who have been In "court at Hnrrlsuurg, arc home for tlic weekend. They vill return there Monday. L. E. Old Jr., of Memphis, is spending (lie weekend with Mrs Old. Shirley June Barbara Is ill at ler home on Hcarn street, Mr. mid sirs. Roland Oreuii hud as their guests yesterday, B. G , . Orecii nnd duiigliterT Jtiss Virginia of Memphis, and Mr. nnd Mrs BCD 11. Green ivlio have recently returned to. Osceola after an ex- ended sluy m Seattle, Wash Hayti Society-Personal Mrs. Alvin Cunningham has goiv 1st hospital f 0 r treatment. . Jessie M. Miles attended H onnkcrs meeling ut Pcrryvlllc Mo Tuesday. Miss Battle Galthcr Is quite ill n ^ r -""1 "'».. *• H- «'tan<lcr . . . aner and daughter Alice. Mr. and Mrs ' », cjiuitcji of CIIKISY X S, Taylor, 'Minister Court House Simduy school, 10 a. m. fccimon, 11 a. m. "Prepare to Mut 'riiy Gort." Communion, 11:45 a. in. Cientng sermon, 7:3o n Clnisl and AUam.." To everyone Is extended ,in invitation U> attend these services. C1IUHC1I OF THE NA/ARENE Emilia U. Beasley, Pastor Sunday school; 9:45 a in E L Linns, supl. ' Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sub JMil: "The Great Essential" M- V-. V. a.. 0:45 p. m. Evening .service, 7;4 5 p . , n . Sul> 'f Id" ai ' ratcsl/ Mnn ln tjlc We shall have with us in tlie Sunday evening service, a • special evangelistic worker of wide renu- cation. -There will be. also special nnisic rendered by the choir A cordial invitation is extended to all who care lo worship with LAKE ST. METHODIST CHURCH U'. J. IxRoy, Pas lor Sunday school, S-A5 u. m '• Preaching, 10:45 a. in. Subject,: 1 Counting the Cost." I'rcachlng, i:3o p . ,„. yi]0 j €ct . Consecration and Installation" nils will be n special,sermon for young people. A 15 minutes talk _, -Prize Winners and Prices Paid" The Mississippi county Epworth son Julius, the latter being league union meets at Osceola 111 ' Smidny afternoon, 2:30 o'clock "."• "'• sMinnny anernoon, 2:30 o'clock Jesse Miles lias purchtuicd the wllc » the new officers will be In- D. McDDrinott. liojiie nml moved stalled by th« Rev. W. J. LcRov tu it Wprinostlnv ufter fnMsr/'ruHnM ™,...^.,-' ulu H Wednesday. Miss Mnrgnret Hill, who Jins icen teaching English mid Speech in the high school here, Iws re- Mo. The vacancy is filled by Wnurliic McNall. who has been teaching in th c gr m ic school. MISs McNnil is a graduate of Central College at Payettc and specialized in English. T. R. Cole of Pascola has purchased the Lcc Spencer home and moved 'In Monday. Library Kepori. t SJiows Increased Call For Books m ,r T,r •" ra: ° ln fc r ™» high in Blylhcvllle (hiring the past four nioiilhs, nccoi-dintf (o (he report of he librarian, Mrs, Ira Gray, who Issued 0,738 books in that period A number of new books for tlie rent shelf nnrt for thc regu|llr |1() J'nry. hnvc been purchased and 117 wrc donated. bnnks ^" tuu. uumus Iiotn •-. '' Rome," Alexander; "Tnc Air Men- ' !S '!' »|K1'«OI)IST CIIUKCH after consecration services. SECOND HAFTIST CHURCH W. Main at 181h Street .1. T. Rciifro, Pastor Bible Scliool, 0:45 n. m. B. T. S., 6:30 p. m . Evening service, 7:30. Sermon by the pastor on "RAHAB'S REDEMPTION." W. M. s. Monday, a':30 p in Mid-week service Wednesday, 7:30 p. m, Under a new arrangement, the pastor will preach every Sunday night at 7:30. There will be jio morning preaching services as the pastor will preach ul Leaclwllle every Sunday morning.. FIRST BAPTIST CHUHCH Alfrtil Carpenter, Pastor We iu the Auditorium for a special Kally Day program which will continue iiito thc Morning Worship )ioui- until about n:30, making ii combined service of unusual Interest. Following. Oils service there will brj a very important Congregational Meeting. At tlic Evening Worship at 7:30 p. m., tile sermon on "The Tragedy of Judas" will be fo'llowert by llic regular quarterly Communion. "Draw nigh to me and I will draw nigh lo you, salth your God." Sermon, 11:00 a. m., Dr. Ben L Bridges, Secretary O r Arkinwi Baptist Convention Mt *»™ On the alcove shelf new Include: "On the. Roads ace and the Atmvciv Fl , lt , k j n: ine Romance of Labrador" Crcn- fcll; "The Saga of Fridtjof Nansen," Sorciicn ... New' books purchased recently oi the rent shelf incliido: "So Rod Ihc Rose," Young; "Stars Fell on Alabama," Cnrmer; "Cnpliiln Nicholas," Walpole; "Lninb in ids Bosom," Miller; "The Crooked L«ne." Hart; "Jinx ship" „,„! n",ie Miip Without a Crew," Pease tccinlly for boys from 12 lo is" >iio Day With Jambi."" Sperry'- ine Treasure In the Isle of Wist" specially for Bir i s from ,, (() 1Q Books ordered for adnlls to be Placed on the rent "shelf include"Dusk at the Grave," Samuel Bog' "«• "Light Ship," Archie - Sr^" "• m - Dr - BC " u ^'rcachcrs Meeting Wcdnesdny, 7 Mut-Wcek Service, 7:30 p. m. «, , .' > aslor We begin our new Church school eai LomoiTow. New classes, new courses, new enrollment. This Ls a nio tune for those who have been out to get tack, nnrt for new ones to begin. The. lime Is 9:45 a m Morning vvorshlp at 10:55 a.'b. = ibject: "Envoys of Christ." Thc Church school officers and teneh- „, installed /ollowlng the Epworth worship service for 'ill S'oung people at 6:45 p tn . Exiling worship 7:30 p. in. Subjcct: -God's Hidden Forces" The Communion service will follow the sermon. The board of stewards will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Abe" Hoover—"Twenty Years in • he White House." FIRST I'tlESIlYTERlAN CHURCH A mmirirM- r*r >,„-.!._ r. .... s; it u,,i »*. _i . Rankin. , •-~ " ' , " fSt! condition" ^ wri " 0 r° l " C W " k ^ T6"eMssir» " Far, * rent: 'Nic«ly FURNISHED BEDROOM. -1045 W. Walnut. '<Ml 117,-' v , s . c . tf '""• f oc K <*n and.,S6nny are in Charleston visiting Mrs. KohtVs parents Mr anrt W M. Our Delicious 40c Sunday Dinner i Choice oi Meals: l-Ticrt Sjiiiiij; Clilckcn. A La Maryland Broiled Minute Steak Bated Young Hen. Celery Diesslng VEGETABLES Fresh Lima Beans C(ln . oU e|) Crc , |m KnowDake Polalocj Corn on Cob Marshmaliow Sweet Potatow Stuffed Celery Salad Cherry Tarts with Whipped Cream Southern Corn Bread Hol Biicu |. s Tca MOORE'S CAFE Ol'I'OSITK CITY HALL Slayer of Mate To Die in Chair Dluuders ruined ibo "(icrfect crtrac" lliat Afrs. Gertrude 1'ulise, 42, Granite City, ill., alwvc, and lier Invar. Thoiilas Lehno, planned in staying tlie. woman's Imstaiid, so they will illo In the electric chair at Men- aril. 111., prison, Oct. 12. Mrs. 1'ulise la Ilia llrst woauiii sentenced lo electrocution sinco [lUnois aioBted tbat nenalty. THE CITZ "Dames," Warner Si-'ts.' latest mnmmoili musical comedy romance with spectacular ensembles by Busby iSerkclcy and an all star cast headed by Joun Blondell, Dick Powell and Ruby Kccler, is scheduled as Hie feature attraction al he nitz. theater Sunday and Monday. ; The story is said to be hilarious coincdy tinged with n glamorous •oninuce. It treats of a some- lmt hypocritical and Jiighly ec- enti'ic niultimillionali-c whose chief oncern in life is other people's norals, but who eventually gets Irunk on cough medicine and is aken for a sleigh ride by a gold gglne chorus girl. In addition to the all star cast here are 300 of Hollywood's nost beautiful chorus gii'ls who dance. vl I'lUiKIM lUTHERAN CHUHCH II. J. Kleinaie'nsl, Pastor Sunday school, 9 a. m. Morning Worship, lo a. m. Ser mon theme: "The Conversion of Nineveh." A Mission Discnss'ion, 0:30 p m Even Worship, 7:30 p. m. Topic- "Tlic Proper Appraisal of a Man's Life." This will be the first of a new series of sermons on "The Ten Commandments"-to be deliv- etCtl at the evening services which will ngsiin be held commencing tomorrow night. . , Tlic Instruction Class for yonn" people will bo held each Monday and ThiirsdAy at 3:30 p. m. The Pilgrim Guild will have n spccful meeting immediately after the morning service. A new class on Bible Fundamentals will begin Friday evening at 7 o'clock. . , A hcurty invitation is extended lo^ ail to visit, these services. ''Enter ito His gates with thanksgiving and Into His courts with pi-nlsc." Ps. 100, 4. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOC1ET\ "UNRE,VUTY" is the subject of (lie Lesson-Sermon which will be lend In nil Churches of Christ Scientist. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The Golden Text is: 'All that is m the world, the lust, of the flesh and the lust ot the eyes, and tlic pride of life, is not of tlic Father, but Is of the world. And the world posscth away, and the lust thereof; but he that doctli tlio will of Got! abideth forever" (I Jol Among the citiUions which cm lirlse the Lesson-Sermon is t following from the Bible: "I hj seen all the works (hat arc done under the sun; and, behold, all is vanity and vexntion of (Eccleseastes 1 :]<!). Tlic Lesson-Sermon will also include the following citation from the Christian Science textbook 'Science and Health with Key the Scriptures." by Mary Bii t . Eddy. "The only fact conccrnim; any material concept is, that It is neither "scientiric nor eternal, but subject to change imrt dissolution (page 207). A Christian Science message i, broadcast each Wednesday a 10:30 a. m. over KLCN. spirit' Heavily weighted silk is apt tu crack and will not wear as well as other silks. . . SATURDAY, OCTOBER NEXT at BlytheDille's Theatres Madcap romance, enacted against the lavish and colorful back- Ii'ound of life in the vineyards of Surope, to the haunting, tantaiiz- ng strains of native melodies! Briefly, It Is reported, this describes "Caravan,"' Erik CharelVs Irst American-made picture for Fox Film, which is coming to the Rltz theater Tuesday and Wednesday: Boasting settings of vivid 'bcaii- ty, a story centering about the romance of a devll.-may-carc n'o- madic song-maker and a lovely young Countess, a notable cast and exquisite music, "Caravan" promises lo reveal itself as something eminently distinguished in the Held of film entertainment Charles Boycr, idol of movie fnns on the Continent, makes his starring debut before American audiences, as a captivatiiig song- maker who loves nml is .laved by a beautiful and capricious Countess. In the latter role wil! ba seen the dazzling Lorctta" young; while the raven-haired Jean 'Parker appears as Tinka, tlie other girl. Phillips Holmes, iu the role Of a dashing young lieutenant, completes the foursome of principal players. With a east A>f unusual merit headed by Artolphe Menjou and Doris Kenyon and featuring Charlotte Henry, famed as "Alice in Wonderland," and Betty Lawford Hollywood's most distinguished "other woman," "Tlio Human Side," Universal':; comedy drama of American family life, will be shown for the first lime ut tlie Rita theater Thursday and Friday. "The* Human Side," is the story of a theatrical producer, his temperamental star and his understanding former wife and four children. Some of the most riotous scenes pictured on the screen occur between Menjou and Miss Lawford because Menjou insists n being in love with his ex-wife. With this comedy (rianglc'as a basis, Miss Kenyon Is thc focal point of another triangle in which Reginald Owen, delightful English comedian enacting the role of a wealthy though somewhat stupirt playboy, wants her to marry him. Merry and mad, talking faster' than ever, Lee Tracy is returning to the screen. The blond and resilient Tnicy will be seen in Universal^ thrilling "I'll Tell the World" at the Ritz theater Saturday. In the scrcenpay, one of Hie fastest-moving yet selected for Tracy, he plays thc part of a star correspondent of a world-wide news gathering agency who scoops the world on 1 a big news story and wins for his bride a royal princess. Supporting Ti-aov are Gloria Stuart, starred with Join] Bolrs ill "Beloved." Roger Pryor, of "Moonlight and Pretzels" fame, Onslow Stevens, Alec B. Francis, Lawrence Grant, Herman Bing, Willard Robertson, Hiigh Enfield, Dorothy Granger, Leon WaycofT, William Von Brinken and many other well known screen player" \ .Gallant Actor, / Chester O'Brien lost bl3 Job Inia Broadway show because fie took Marilyn Miller's part in a batk- utago row with an nctor. Jlfa'r/- lyn (above) resigned. Now Broadway learns the blonde bea'ii- ty uud O'Brien were, secretly married in Harrison, N. Y,, 'ijeveriil days ago. . . Europe in continual hot wafer.. The fact that the .prince Is a notorious philanderer only serves to increase the difficulties of th emasquerad- Ing pair. "Midnight Alibi," First National's picturizalion of Damon Runyon's thrilling romance of metropolitan New York of the present day, is scheduled to open at the Rosy Sunday and 'Monday, with Richard Bnrthclmess in the stellar role and Helen Lowell, famous New York stage favorite, in an outstanding characterization. : Much in the same tempo as his 'Lady for n Day," Riinymi has drawn gangster clinracteriaations In whimsical vein, in a story that carric • san unusual roaiance nnd many thrills. Bartliclmess has tlie role ot the gangster, and also appears in a short episode as the sweetheart of the aristocratic spinster when she wns iv young givl foily-fiva years before. It is the resemblance of the two youths lliut draws . the spinster to the gangster. iUiss Lowell appears as the elderly Abigail Ardstcy. Ann Dvorak plays the role ol the present day sweetheart aiid sister of a rival gangster, enacted by Robert Barrat. It is this love affair that eventually leads to the murder of the brother with BarUiclmcss accused of the crime, nlthoiig hlnnoccnt. For the friendship of the spinster has changed him to a gentleman at heart. That gay, sophisticated Universal screenplay, "By Candlelight," nas been Iwokcd into llic floxy theater Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Elissa Lancli and Paul Lukas, co-slurring in this clever story ol high life among the Dobilily of Continental Europe, head a cast, which also Includes Nils Asther, Es- HOTEI, NOIU.K Is Now Agent For American Airlines, Inc. Call 83S For Information and Reservations WAIT Before Buying Your COAL for (he opening of thc _ ._ _ Superior Coal Go? in (heir nevy location. II will pay you. Phone 700 (her Ralslon, Lawrence Grant, Dorothy' 'Revler and other popular favorites. . Miss Lamli, maid to-an\Austrlan countess,. and Lukas. butler',lo.l<a prince, meet on a iraiu bound'for Monte -Carlo and- convince each other that lliey themselves are members of the nobility, and ths complications' which ensue are enough to keep air that section of. Bill, Cody! in a rip-roaring wes- crncr, will be featured Friday and Saturday. Army large and small caliber tjuns to keep them from rusting. MORSE & K1RSHNER ABSTRACTS . ' City & Farm Properties. Special TiUc Service Dr. Floyd D. Howtori, Dentist Announces the of an olhce for practice' in ',tKe building, on Broadway. ficH Ly South J. A. O 4 LIB A, M. D., M. E., I'H. U. ! \KYE, EAH, NOSE ami. THIIOAT :', ' GLASSES FITTED',;'! Room 210, Ingram Kldg. Corner Main & First Residence l'hcm c 410 office Phone .[IS Now Localcrt at Southeast Corner Walnut and Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, Proprietor All iimkcs of rebuilt Typewriters, Adding Machines and Cafcbhtore Repairing—Farts—Ribbons ' Phonj 71 Table d'Hole Sunday Dinner'. 75c You may prefer Sherry's or Moore's when you viait Manhattan. But when New- Yorkers come to Biythc!- villo the choice is unanimous; The Noble! It may bo our clam chowder or our coffee—we don't know. But, we think it's because we've never been stumped yet on a reasonable order. And because : we serve it, up in such;style. See you soon? •' '. ' • - " '" -•• HOTEL NCCLE

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