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PAGE'TWff BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1938 fBS 'Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS ' Woman's Missionary Society ot the lirst Methodiit clmrah Imvln.: circle meeting at '2:30 p.m, at the church. Woman's Mts'taiM-y Union of First Bi'otist church meeting ,n\ 2:30. p.m.. r.t church for Royal Scr i vie* projism. i WonjiuVs Council fu the Firs'.: Christian' church a:eelina Monday at ' Hall for luncheon 'at 12:33 o'clock. ' \ JeAUh. Ladies' Aid having li'igo' party at Progressive club cum:, ' fca?ezi!ftit of Cscsola court l-oue. j Woman's Auxiliary of Firuu Presbyterian church 1 having in~,p:-j rational mestir.j at 2:30 p.m. at church. j Business Women's Civcle o; v.'o-l men's Auxiliary cf First Ptciby- tirlsii' church mcelhij with M:.':3 Grace Lowrv at 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY'S EVENTS , Mrs. Mai: B. Held rn'.crialnini' the Young Matvo-.i':-, Bridge ckib. Tuesday Bridge club' mce'.ing with Mrs. Elton W. Kirby. U. D. 'C. having bent fit party at Woman's club 2:30 p.m. • WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. James K. Be!! ii:wlng Wednesday Bridge club. Mrs. Fred Rutherford entertaining Wednesday Contract club at Rustic Inii. "D" chapter of P. E, O. meeting with Mrs. A. Coinvny. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Kid-Week Bridge club mcelinj v,ifh Mrs. W. L. Horaer.. Mrs. Edgar Borum cntcrtniiiina i Thursday Contract club. | Mrs. Max Wcoten havinj Thiirs-j FLAPPER FANNY Bits of News Mostly Personal cijd churi h together. Recognition' pecialiy Invited. We'll try 'o make olid grade room Friday on account ^ vlll be fiivcii the largest, family you glad that you came our way. o[ the illness of Mrs. Bollew. • FIRST. FHKSBVTKKIAN CHURCH S. II. Salman, 1'astor The Rev. Charles E. Dlchl, D. D. of Southwestern Univcr- 's. will preach in worship service promptly at 1 o'clock. The pastor will be lining (lie pulpit of Westminster Pros liytcrian church in Memphis. There will bo no evening wor ship service, and our people ai llllti opportunity to -M.y tn Memphis, will preach in Ihc morning which begins iresent and an award will be giv- n at, the livening hour. Our Bible School is growing and Mrs. E. R. Bogan will leave Mon- thc interest in all departments is j^y for 'fcxarkana, beginning tier Special music in tiic form of u' increasing. Let's keep up the food official visits as Worthy Grand I'io will be given by Mrs. Russell work. Tlic victory can lie- won if Matron of the Order of the, East- Fair, Mrs. Paul L. Tipton and we work together with Him. Wo cm star of Arkansas, for a week's Mrs. Oeorgc M. Lee and a. solo are counting on YOU to do your v | 5 jt ; n n le chapters of the Sev- Lord L-> My Light" by Mrs. Marvin Graves at the morning hour which will be broadcast over SLCN. Special music til the evening hour will be a duet "Twilight" by Mrs. D. C. Sutherland •nd Mrs. liihvin Jones. A very BEST. cordial invitation always ex- the week end In Cape Olrardenu. navp llleir iegu i nl , TCS1)e rs at i;:-l5 Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Baujjh, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Rhodes and Miss Virginia Wood arc in Farmlnglon, Mo., for the week end. Mrs. Jo T. Trice, of Jonesfaoro, and Madame Berthay, of New York. p. in. as usual. LUTHERAN CUURt:H Sixth and Walnut Streets If. J. Kkindjcnsl, Pastor "'many school. 9:CO a. m. Morning worship, 10:00 a.m. Se.'- w!?0 for the past year has been nion subject: "The Treasure of traveling In Honolulu and Calif- Treasures," The Lutheran Hour oriila, will be the guests of Mrs. w national hook-up. Try KLON Trice's sisters, Miss Belle and Miss at 3:3 ° P- m Alice Whltllt. for the week end. I E «»i n g worship 1:30 p. ccndtd to the public and lo our members: TK.MI'LE ISUAKI, Kerinun Pollack, 1:3C p.m. Suiida.v school claise.s will meet foi 1 " rehearsal of the Purlin program. 3:CO p.m. Brotherhood Day .;ci- vlccs will Ijc held with the Usv George W. I'attcrsou. pastor o t!ic First Christian Church, speaking en "The Fine Art, of Living Together." Brotherhood day 'viw launched 10 years aeo by the national conference of Jews Luxora Society — Personal p. T. A. Observes s Day enth district. While in Texarkana, she will Isc the guest of tits. Addie Aaron, Deputy Grand lecturer of that district. Dog Travels Back To Vacated Home CNEIOA, N. Y. (UP)— Pooch, a shepherd doj. did not like its new he me and traveled 400 miles to get The Luxora Parent Teachers As- j back tn its old haunts In New ociation observed "Founders Day"; York state. Wednesday afternoon at the rcg-j The dog jr. owned by Mr. au<?\ uler meeting held in the sthcol auditor.um. ' Mrs. Frank ington. Mrs. Harry MacDDUgall, of Denlon, leader, the Rev. James and was assisted by An a T, Randh in n re- that .tin An exchange of letters revealed e dog had arrived at the 'lew of "Schools Then and Now." o 01 MacDougaU's former ilrs. Dcuton presented an unusual j neighbor in Oneida, several days exemplifying imamies thcj after he was last reported in the M kit Parent Teacher association strives | nation's capital. "He says lie's iijinicd Clarence; but lie preltrs to be called Cl;mc\ —On J'uiicli Chncv," mothcr. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Taut, of Charleston, Mo., will arrive tojnor-' row to be the guests of Mrs. Tint's parents. Mr. and Mrs, George; W. Bnrham. Mr. Tnnt will be here for the day only but Mrs. Taut will remain for a longer visit. Frank Orear Is spending the week end In Memphis. Among the Blytheville people who attended the concert oi Rub- noft' at the Ellis auditorium in Memphis last night were: Miss Christ i iur :i ^iiuiiKiug woriu. YOU arc invited to hear this message. ASSEMBLY OF GOD -CHURCH Stvcnth and Ash Streets D:45 a in. Sunday school. ll:liO a.m. Morning service. 4:30 p.m. Jail service. f-:3C p.m, Junior Christ Ambas- day Afternoon club. lifted Goodrich and Miss Mary Trnmmcil nnd Mr. and Mrs. Dean Woman's Foreign Missionary So- Grace Kill at the monthly meet- Vick was considernbly damaged by ciety of First Church of the Naza- p* of the linsincss and'Prof's- fire about 8:30 Wednesday morn- re-ne meeting with Mrs. J. L. TV- i 0J , ia i women's Circle of the First ing. The fire started from an over' Methodist church Thursday night heated laundry stove mid had ••t i)H' hcmr of Mrs. H. Lynn gained considerable headway when Vadc when Miss Umra rir.lt and discovered. The house is how bcinu Miss Pauline Lee wove hostesses., irpiilrcd and will be ready [or Tn-enty one were present, in-! occupancy in 11 few dtiys. -HidinE t'.vo nc-,7 members. Miss Miss Beth Galbiaith of Little Mnry Evelyn Fcalherslon nnd irtisi Rock. Ark., Is here for a few weeks Marital-el Harris, otid one visitor, visit with her sister, Mrs. thigh Mrs." P. E. Fox. | Moblcy. Miss Monlti Hughes conduced 1 Mv. and Mrs. H. W. Allen linve •ho devotional and reported on as their guest, Mr. Allen's mother the v,-ork of the Spiritual Life Mrs. N. H. Allen of Morrilton, roun . Ark., fpr n few days visit. rone. FRIDAY'S ISVENTS ' Gcncmi Woman's club meeting i>t 2:SO p.m. following an executive beard luncheon. Miss Jusiula liniley To Wed L?im.:m r,il!c-sr,ie. L'iiraian Giikspie, .who lived !;cre b;foro he went to Los An- sclcs, Cafif,, more than three years Bgo, \7iil be married tonight to Miss JuauU?. Bailey, nlso of tluu city. Miss Bailey was reared in E-piinsOcid, Mo., where she received her education. She ilso v.'ent to the California city several years ago. Mrs. J. M. Giilespie ot this city, is widely known throughout this section. He was a popular mern- tcr of ^oci;il circles fcoth her" and in Coceola before he moved ic Lcs Angeles. For the past thre' years he has, teen connected with a Chevrolet agency there, where Mi. c s Eailey is ali:o employed. The vEddinsr \vill b? soUmnizod at eight o'clock, at t!io home of Mrs. E. J. Hammond, sister of th bridegroom, who also foinvar'y lived in Blytheville. A dessert course wa ha hostesses. sewed fcy ti for the purpose of pro-| (o i n&lM jj, ils mcnl bcrs by tho mctinr; cooperation between the j m - ly , mi , O f S i, c i, abstract ingredients rariau:; religious groups in this | ns (ovc. faith, optimism, and hou- oation. This year. Brotherhood day | c .,t y . -i-} lc C3s i wns selected from is sponsored fcy the president sind the governors of the various states. liome Economics students. Mrs. B. O. Wilkins gave a musical reading. "Salute to Trees', FIRST BAPTIST C1IUKCI5 | n, 1( | M,- s . Lem Stanford. Mrs. Hil- Walmit at lii;;hth . 10 n Stephenson, anil Mrs. Wilkins Alfred Carpenter. I'ustor I Eall g Bach's and Kilmer's ulo nr- Eundny !J:30. Bible schcol—A1 nuigcmeul of the song "Trees."] Real School. I Both numbers were accompanied | 1,0:35. Worship service. Speciality Miss Farrar. • messages in anthem and solo. Scr- The regular silver offering was taken to send as a birthday gift to the National Parent Teachers l.iqulel-'l'abli'l'j iiulvc-Nose Dtops price Klc & 25c mon tcpie "The Gospel." Shaver, Jack O'Keefe, Rouse Harp, ind James Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, who arc making their, home in. St. 6:30 p.m. Senior Christ Ambassador class. 7:45 P.m. Evangelistic service. The public is cordially invited lo attend these services. David Burris, superintendent, of the Arkansas district for the Assembly of God movement, will be speaking at the services over the week-en:!. 0:30, Training Unions drill-ground. A Wilson Boys —— Girl; University this year, arrived yesterday to visit thcli- parents, Judge an.1 Mrs. G. E. Keck and Dr. and .ire. P. D. Smith for the week end. .Miss Jesslyn Blomcyer is in! Memphis visiting Mrs. Wilson Kead and Mr. Head nnd Miss f.a- vcrnii flynn. She plans lo return Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. T. R. Johnson re> turned this morning from San An- onlo, Texas, because of the death 3f Ur. Johnson's cousin, Dr. Gu- •CP.C. Johnson, of Memphis. They >rc now In Memphis. We in nnd t Clcrt. every Organization. 1:30 p.m.. Preaching service, ahc dollar for the most moliiers Special mestago in sons. Sermon topic, "If Christ Had Not Been Sruciiied," Monday, 2:30, Woman's Missionary Society. 7:30. Study Course Enrollmen:. present went, lor the third consecutive time, to Mrs. Ballcw's room, teacher of second grade. Eick Club Meets Mrs. Hilton Stephenson Everything for your enter tainmcnt and comfort. Admission Matinee lie & 2Gc Admission Night ICc & 36c r x Bii'tliilny S'arty. j June Buchanan, daughter oi Mr. •nd Mrs. W. E. Buchanan, cele- -:rp.ted her eighth birthday with -., party Friday afternoon at her -.cine olV.HIgmvny 6).- ' Games were played during *ho •ftuiioc.li, following which ice .-ream and birthday cake ycio .rved to the 18 guests. "a; Luncheon. Mrs. Murray Smart and Mrs lovd Ellckiv.on \verc hostesses to program commemorating Founders ••••-"- - "Philosophy of Movement" by R«v. E. W. Faulkner, "Origin, Ob- I'. T. A. Meeting , The Wilson Parent Teacher association held its regular monthly meeting Thursday afternoon In tlw ' high school auditorium, with thirty •c present. The following lias Dinner Pirly. i Mrs. W. R. Adams entertained at a dinner Tnursday ni^ht i: honor of her dandier, Mrs. Mute! Watts, who celebrated hsi birthday. Jicncuils and other spring flo'vv- er5 \VEre ujied in l:ie csritcriii^co of the casing tabio and were alsc arranged thiougho:;! liie hcu$e. Michigan was played after din- ! nsr ty the gutsts. irstle up c neishhorhcod friends. Alias Aiu:c F^ber, Miis T.ela Blyllio r.nd I,I;s: Jarcie Niche's. * • * Mi ; lliclma Jatlin: To Wed Frank JV.cy .Mr. and Mrs. Fjb'jrt Jarboc r.n- r.C'JFcc the ens^emcnt, auti np- prcaciing riiarriise of th?ir daiii'n- tfr. Wiss Tlisitna Jarboc. fornn'-rl 1 . . of here, but now of South Be'.ui 7r.d., to Frank J. Fo'.ey of that ciir. The wedding -,vi!l be sol:mniz.'ij at nine o'clock Wednosdny SHOT- tos. Frtruary 23. bv tiin Kev. j \v McGuirc. pactor cf tiie St. fat- rick chuvch in Eo'ulh Ben.-l ~}\; hride n-ijl t ;c jivs:i i :) in?.:v: : -«i by her brother." r^tjrt J-ivfcV"' ! The bric5;-r:lejt :"sc:ivrd hrr'cd-' wallcn at the Imsiiicufcte Conception Fel-.col here and later at- ttnucd the 5{r,ly Aner.':; A:3deinv In Jc;:coi;cro. fir. roley vv,->:, "ar'ad- i;aU;d fro:n Kr.ire Dan-.c Univn- Eity. <n fiot:th Eer.d. lut';. Fc.'Iovdajj the ccreinonv, M V j,\.- ley _;nc! his briilc v.ill !,-;i V ,> nn a lie "N" chapter of the P. E. O. Day was given: t a funchcon today at, Mrs. parent Teacher mart's home. Following the "loele's too!;, . . luncheon. Mrs. jestives and Progress of P. T. A. "The Turning round table, led by Mrs. Apple, ixte Crawford reviewed Stewart "Tribute Founder of P. T. A." by j Ruth Orr, two selections by the | Junior Glee club mid an acrobatic i dnnce. by June Turner. After a /hce!.'' * r * eve Foslcr I'mgrnm. The music of Stephen Fosier ,:.ort business session, the Hos- n.i heard by 25 members of the pltality Committee served snnd- iusic Cev.nrtmcnt of Hie WoniAiv's wu.lies and coffee in the Home lub who attended the meeting at Economics Building, which lias 10 club house Friday afternoon, j^t recently been completed. Girl Scouts To Appear On B. & P. W. Program /V tyrosrain on "International Rc,- lattons" will be presented Monday light at the meeting of^Uc Business and Professional Women's 1 club, at the 7:30 o'clock at the ;!ame Beauty Shop. Mrs! William Berryman. who will be iu charge ol the program, will assisted by the Girl Scouts of ,h.e Cherokee patrol of troop sev- n. Nadra Berrymnn will talk, on 'International lielati.ons," and other members of the patrol will ive the history of different countries \yhece the Business and rrofessipnal Women arc rcpresent- 2d", Each will dcess In the native •istume of the country she will LAKE STREET .MKTHOUIST CHUKCIi I 1 '. M. Sweet, Pastor 9:S& a.m. Sunday school. 1C:40 a.m. Morning worship. C:30 p.m. Kpvrorth League. 7:30 p.m. Evening worship. Monday. 2:30 p.m.. Missionary Society will meet at l-he church. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Mid-Week services. Those who are not in any worship services arc extended :i cor- dinl welcome to come and worship Kith us. Wednesday, Is all church night. |, 0 V(Vss to'the" Luxora'Litcrary ami 1 - t Book club Thursday night In the FIRST CIIUKCIi OI' T11K I homo of Mrs. R. C. Langston. NAZARENE | Mrs. B. O. Wilkins presided, and Eupha l>. Keasley, I'aslur , beck reviews were given of "Dnims fl:45 n. m. Sunday school. Noble | Along the Mohawk". Walter U. Ed- McCuller. superintendent. I wards, by Miss Margaret iloflitt,, 11:00 a. m. Sermon by district an;| "Around Ihe World In Ele- superintendent the Rev. Holland iven Years", Pulicnce, Richard, and London. Special music by Mr. and! John Abbs, by Mrs. Julian Owen. Mrs, Ben Sutton of Kansas Cily, 1 Each guest wore a ColoniaJ CDS- MO. \ tume. and brought her own spoon, Mr;. F. B. Jcyncr, who was Mrs. W. A. Williams and small Hargc oi the program, told the! ton returned Sunday from a week 1 . r e of Stephen Poster Ijefore •imbcv cf lilr, compositions '.ayed and sans. with her mother, Mrs, H. C Matthews in Cape Qirardeau. Mo. Mcsdame:; W. F. Wilson, John The stege was a replica of the Williams, N. B. Thompson, Barda itclicn of Ihc Old Kentucky home j Anderson. V. O. Mann. Cliamp ith spinning wheels, cane bottom j Cannon, and D. D. Seger attend- :hnirr. o'.ri fashioned poti nnd led an n;sociatiOHal W. M. U. '.r~, r.rcund the firtpiacc and ol'.i- r ULsloric toucliCo providing nc.^phcrc for th; 1 pra^r.trn. Before this i-ctting. ^!rs, Rive: meeting in Blytheville Wednesday The Rev. E, W. Faulkner spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Mark- eel Tree attending a. retreat. Members of the patrol are: Miss Eerrymau, Jacqne fimith. Mary Reichel, Mnrjorle Steplietis. Jean Baxter, Eloise Barnes, Ann Dean .no. Mar.Jor.lc SiniU). The group will celebrate the 14th iiniiiversary of their existence at tills meeting, and a history of the organization will be given Mostcsses for the meeting will be Mrs. C. J. Cos, MIS.S Marie Harnish. and Mrs. J. B. Ncwsom. 7:15 p. m. N. Y. P. a, 7.--1S m.. Evening service. Ser- mcn by pastor. Subject. "The Pierced Hands." We invite you to hear these talented workers who will be with us at tlic eleven o'clock i:our. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SESlVlUiS 708 W. Main "Mind" is the subject of the Lessoii-Seririon .which ;will be h all Churcheb''of .Christ, Sclen- ist. on Sunday, February 20, 1038 Tlic Golden Text is "O Lord, low great are thy works! and thy thoughts arc very deep." Psalm's 32:5. Among tiir. citations which com- l>risc the Lreson-Ecvmon is tlic following from the Bible: "O the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! how unsearchable aic his Judgments, and Ills ways past finding out!" Romans 11:33. The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Lcriptures" l:y Mary Baker Eddy: "There can be but one Wind, because there is bill one God; •• •• •> If mortals claimed r-o other Mind Did accepted no oth.T. sin woykl be unknown." Page •ICO. A Christian Science program is broadcast, each Wednesday at It: 15 a.m. over KLCN. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUltCil Main at Sixth ticol W. Patterson, Minister 0:45 a. in.. Bible school, W. O. (Tense, Timely Drama! 1 Guerltf, superintendent, • .- VU-.tfya;" m., worship, cornmunbn and preachlni. "When Christ Seems Indifferent" will be the sermon theme. 2:CO p. m., Fidelis society meeting. 3:00 [>. m., the pa.slor will :;|>eak at Temple Israel on "Trc Fine Art nf l/ivint; Together." The public is invited. C:I5 p. m.. Youth council meeting nt Die church.' 7:30 p. m., worship unci preaching. "Neither Cold Nor Hot" will be the theme of t':;e eermon. Monday, 12:30 p. m., the Wo-' men's council will met at Christian hall. A luncheon will be scrv- _<i. About 15 guests will attend from Kenned. Mo. All members arc urged lo be present. Wednesday. 7:30 p. m., singing and program at the hall. Members and friends invited We most cordially invite the public. Strangers in our citv cup. p.nd faucer, to bf used at the refreshment hour. At tile end of the program, each one gave the History- of her costume. This telling emphasized tlic George Wash- ngton niatif carried out in the refreshment plate. Dr. T. F. Hudson spent Thursday^ and Friday in Memphis attending the Ivtid-South Post Graduate Medical Assembly. * Mrs.. J. -Ivan : MiiIlin substitutec for Mrs. H. T. Ballew in ' Make Your Fhms lu have SUNDAY DINNER SIMPSOJVS STATE LINE TAVERN Try our L a s I y Saiul- wiches and Ijarbectie. Open day and night. Cigarettes 2 pkgs 25c or SI..15 per carton. Also cartoon & -serial "Mysterious rilot" wllli Captain Frank Hawk:;. Continuous shoeing. Admission till 5:00 p.m. Iflc and 2Gc mteiOH after 5 n.m. 16c &' 3!e Sunday - Monday^ iurncane with John Hull and Dorothy Lamour ,? Thrilling Roiiinnre of Souiii Seas. Also Paramount News and Selected Shorts. Continuous showing- Sunday. Admission Sunday Matinee anil N'.TlH I6c & 3Sv Admission Mon. Matinee lOc * 2(>i: Admission JIoii. Niffbt ICc & 3Gu Ilcn played "MKRS.I'!; in Ue Coin,! Tli3 liciine of Mr. and Mrs. Jack ;o!<! Grcnnd" niui "Ol - Bine!; Joe ' "V/eltley'r. Aidersgatc Experience" n ll-.o 'c;r.c" violin. "My Old Kentucky | at the church. and Old Folk.; at Home"! Mr. and Mrs. J. IT. Wf.tts went. jonesboro Lions Hear CL»I A u 11 mcrnlnt? hour will h Shyster Lawyers Attacked jcct -Honor TH.V Fa FIRST .METHODIST CHUKC'U H. 1,5-1111 Wade, Pastor First- Methodist Church is ob- Ecrvfng family <lay Sunday. Feb. 20. The pastor's theme at the hour will he on the siib- •ere runj by Mrs. Marvin Orav.M. ln pontotoc. Miss.. Tucrday because 3',!o-ine v.-liich Mrs. I'aul U Tli)-!(, f lllc iUucss o( j T . K,',^,,, r n . ou .'air: "Come Whcro My Lov,: ;(bor c[ Ml . 3 . Wn i|:;. who Is scrioiir,- .ion nrcaming" and rtie and Mrsii y ,„. Mr W al(s rclurntd but JSrs. I-arr nan. ;iVR!rrr." 'Dim the "Beautiful: \v a u, remained. lively "Oh.; j. D. Hlghloivcr spent Sumlnv ranna" v;ns si;n B by Mrs. Grav-s|| n gardis. Mia. with his brother Mother." IL \; the first, coniman'1- JONF3BORO. Ark.. Feb. 19.—At- incut, with n jiromi.se. Icrncy A. P. Palton addresser! " At the evening hour his subject members of the Jonesboro Lions will be "The Home." The o'oserv- :'.i!b hero yesterday, attacking snce co;itinurs both through ll'.o ''ambulance chasing lawyers." irornins and the evening service. Mr. Patton told of what he ;:ud Request in made that families at- «cro fraudulent and imclhlcnl methods i:scd by seme hwycre in the concluding number on th?. ic;:rain. Accompnnlots lor the ai- L ,:-moon were Mrs. .Toyner. Miw Tatriryn Grcav and Mrs. Farr. hiif., H. J. Kleiiuiirnst and ,\Tr.s. ice Tric::chmann. who were hos- bridrl tcyr which vill t:ih: Them' --•"•"*". strvcd ;> desicrt pl;ite. dcc to !.'e»- I'or;; city. Kiaaara f-'aii.s.i rated in the Gcorgr WashingMil and Moorshcad, ' Ireland. Alton-i ''icme. Blue stars with while ::on- hcad is His ;uice:;!ral Jiome of Mr ! t?rs were ti-cd lor the renters of rc.'cy f.na . v.-hih tlicrc. tte ;oii- :ho plates and upon (licm we pio wiji visit with his aunt, | -hcrty tarts v;liich wove :,crv-:d On their return, Ihcv will muk:' vith coffee, their home in Boston. M-M -*ncre Mr. Foicv lived l-t-fore ' ing to EoUtBend. Ifave WnsliiiiEton Dinner. Miss Minnie BITCH and Alfred Car'pcntpr vsre host to members of Urn three 14-;^ 0:c !' 0 ' =k . girls classes in the InUrm:-' The United U.iviglilcr. o! the Confederacy arr 'sponsoring 'jciicflt party ;:t the Woman's :hti:, Tuesday Riternoon at 2:30 ,»„>» n. i , '•'• - i Proceeds from this partv wtii ro s&t^ri ?A F iS to ihc fui - d for uc "^^ «»• day. night, at the church. The dinner was a George Wasii- JiiEtOn . BtTair with small flats far Ihc table decorations and rod. white and blyc hatchets filled \vii,i:'| >;uts" and candy for favors. 'j Following dinner, games wore played by nit grcup and their BiylhevlUe hospital. Keiser News I" nd family. B. B. Jours client (lie week end ith his mother in Grenada, Miss. Mrs. Fred Crockett, and Mrs. V.iltrr Kottuer entertained three oi hridcc at. their home orth of Kei.-jr Tuc.sdny afternoon. \mong the sucsls were Mr?. Jolin iuilivaa. Mr,-.. U. n. Hobcrtscn jr.. nd Mrs. Spen:c Williams hc:ildr; he two club members. High score ,rizc was \von by Mrs. W. C. Walln, cut prize by Mrs. . 'Die George Wasl.ingtoiv notif was carried out in the doc- :raUoiv>. Ur. J. T. Volk went to the Mid- South Post Graduate Association n Memphis Wednesday nii.d Thursday. instituting, damage sulU agaiu.stl itisiooeiit parlies. A committee of the club was appointed by the club to work ts'ith Mir; bar association to combat such practices. Read Courier News Wain Ads. NEW SPRING YARNS AND FASHIONS I!y Bcrnnf FKKK INSTRUCTIONS Mrs. Leslie Hooper UOD Chichasawba 1'honc 73'J GLE in an IIRUiB -SUiNDAY'S 1 the absence of the leadci Frrd Crockett led the Mti y program "World Commuu i American City" ;it tli the Rev. Alfred Carpsnler.l re2c!l »S held at the church Mm Ruby Brown and MLa Bev- ^°y af.lcri3Con.Mre. W. W. Watson] crly- Moi-gan. ..'.-• ir., led a talk on "The, Welsley I ' ' * . j Homes in tlie -Southern' Cities." AJ StsPiiwlKi Circle HecLs jlslk, _"Who Are Our Seighbors" was i A-discussion of mission work inlBlveri by Mrs. Spencs Williams, j the homsiand . and - ctnnniuiiSyj : The Rev. James T. Randall gave l.ourc* ROS picsented py Mtss Wi:i---il-i'Ui«c night's^Study course On, Read Courier News Wftnl Ads. QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We i>ay highest prices on, poultry al all times. C SAVE (t «j? MO;\EY AT GAMES MXT. US W. Main rboiie »3 I L L Uitnicr .......................... ............ G'Jinicc Of: Cl:ickcn Ccod;!- fc'-mj, or Toniaio .luico Ccckt.iil. Candle £ai;iit with every l>imv:r. MEATS: l-ricd Chicken. )jali:>l)uvg Broiled Virginia ssujar Cured Ham with whipped Banams Ror-st POK wllli Uie.winr; VEGETABLES: Kicc \vifn Ero«n Cravy l'e?..s and Carrots Sen Hoped Egg Plant Baked Apple's DKSSERT: f-.Trawbrrry Khc-u-afcc wltli Whipped Crrum Pl.'.lc luncli ......................... ................. Sic fame Menu Vojclablcs and, l)eM.cri us Alx>vc 2nd ri Asli SUs. --TKOIW.U!; -MONEY YOl'K CLOT TO THE },A\:M)KV It's till! cji.sit'si and rttosl .satislftc- lory Hi ii)},' Ui d". Our scii'iilii' 1 methods nicit'i iHul your clolhcx will !><• rotlintccl .spotlessly rlcan ami |)i'i'- ft-ctly linislictl. VIHI save money ln 1 .- causc professional Uuindcnni; saves clothes! Admission Always lOo & Show every night. Matinees day, Saturday & Sunii.iy Only. Friday & Sunday Slatinccs start 12:15 p.m. Saturday Co itinuoua shonln» from 1 (o ll:(0 p.m. Night shows start 6:15 p.m. as! Times Today RULE THE WEST AGAIN—! LIGHTNING- FAST ACTION f...WlTH THE JACK Of HEARTS AND JACK, „. OF THRILLS? j>*» ' Also carloon & serial "Tim Tyler's Luck." Sunday - Monday with WILL UOGKKS Abu I'ox News & Comedy {^

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