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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 9, 1936
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TWO BLY/f 11IJJV1L.LE, (AKK.) COUJUEH .NEWS '' SATURDAY, ' MAY 9, '1938 Social Calendar SUNDAY'S EVENTS junior Hndu&saii Having Molh- cVs Daj leii at Uio hut, 3 p nl 'MONDAY'S EVENTS ' Choii of v First Baptist chvrch ha\lng siipVer party al chinch, 7 PM 't < . Circles of \Vonians Alixlllaiy ot First I'rcsbylerian chinch meeting al 2 30 pm. 1 Mrs C M Oral, 2 Mrs A COUKI^. 3 Mrs rtoss Stevens; i at 0 45 pm, nt Ihe chinch Woman's Misslonniy fcoclctj, First McihoM church meeting at church, 2 30 p'lti > Circles W M U ) Irsl BarHlsl church 1, Mis Nev lluH, 2 Ms Thccdoic Login, 1 Mis &<P Hardlni 4, Mis Hairj Fiilzlus 5,' at ohuifh Junioi O As meeting Fhsl Baptist chinch, 4 pin Council ot Flist Chiisllan chi'rch meeting nl social, hall, 2:30 p.ln: TUESDAY'S KVKNTS Mrs r L- Fntlci hailng bildgc partj nt courtlij club Mrs. Dixie 'Crawford- having (lie Young Mitrons Clul) Tuesday Bridge club mcellns' \i Uli Mrf W n chambltn Mi's. W. A. AITIIck Imvluj the Youngei Set Bridge club 'junior R. A.'s meeting First Baptist church, 4 p.m. I * *" " * ' r I iiDccorativcToitch] Stxiburj p-T A Holds Meeting Offkcis of Ihe Suclbihy I'airht Teacher association foi next >hii \vele Installed In lilt Illial meeting of Ihe yc.ti HUs week They arc Mis W M Williams piCil- denl Harold Schnce, vice pics- Ident; Mis J A Clinptn rCcoJcl- IIIR sccictarj, Mrs Ravmdnd Smith, coriespondlnt! sctrelnij Miss Rilh MAtlhcKS (icusmei Mrs W A COW, historian The coinmlttee chnlrinen ..for next \car aie project, Mrs W Leon Smith, hospltnlltj Mis Harioj Mouls, finance, Mrs T H ^Biriles! publicity, tilts \Y< »J_ "Rogers, child '^elfrtr'e Mis O 'J Rogers, niogrnni Mrs Nclll need, music, Mrs, Charles li. Bilthl mcmbershiu Mrs tl P Pndcltsmi Mrs Jirighl Iho rctiilhg picsi dent, installed the now officers A pi-ogmm of u plnno solo hj Ansil Reed a health song bj sin denls of Mrs J H Webslci c ; loom, a vilaslcl King of Good , Teeth,' by pupils of Miss ' Knblcr's room, ahd Ihe presidciit's 1 lAessagc by Mis Cole was ch< ' *Ith Mrs. Williams In charge. Miss Hnbler's room won the dollar prize. , nefreslimehls of cookies and or• angeide were sermi bv members 1 of the executive board ' * » » i D A R His a ' ' Linichroic Meeting i His C C Langston and daughter,'Miss Adele, entertained inCm- i bers of the Charievolx chapter of the National Society of the Daugh- i ters' of the American Revolution with an Al Fresco luncheon Fri[ day it Ihcir country home at Number Nine Lunch '.vns served the 1G present al cue table, arranged nuclei the large trees at the side of'their new pool. Old fashioned flowers , made Ihe several centerpieces. The business session which followed was featured -wild the lii- Evcry' Day iMollicr One; more (tiiy pns-setl into lilsluiy, A wonderful Mt|0ier's d;iy. When Children gathered with (jllls alld ItowcVfi To the lr;vr their hearts wanted tn .say. Now candy boxes lie yaivnlni; and c'niply. Oceans of flowers \vilhcrcd :ii'!l ., dry; Molher fillll fondly cherishes them, Waiches lliein fade wllh n slsh. Oh, so much love for one clny, And .so IllUe all the year lliroiiuh. Why not spread li over nil the days As mothers would have v.s do" i/ovlng her n Illlle every day, Help tighten her Imrdi'ii loinnr- Vow, SVould smooth many rough placer, awny t Alid llfihlcn H clay n( sorrow. So inake every clay .Mother's d;iv And fill her life ivtlh love. I .Then there'will be no vnlu rei;rcl8 When God calls her to her home ElllOVC. • —Mrs. James I", iimllli -... . Kciselnr.ko, Miss. She'll Lead Band HES '! with active or spectator sports costumes me tile hew monogram necklaces. This oiie, shown wilh n brown swetit cr iind a swagger coat .of hoinc- spiih, consists of three block 1(51 lers iii litllc circles whicli arc at i laclied to n Pule gold cluin. (Necklace .fronl Monocrntt, New York) Bits of News,, -.t <«v *£-» f ' -'.Mostly Peisonal Miss Nell Cnnhcll. of Miss, Mill nirl\e Mmichj tospelic a week or len dnys \vltli Mr. ant Mrs. C. S. Stevens and Mr. am Mrs. C. H. Hall and son, Shel don. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. llollnnc have indvccl lo an ApuvliiiiMit h Ihc former Lollln house ill Mil \V. Main. W. C, lliggln.soii is pelting alonp fairly well following an opera Uoh for itppcmllclls peirorniccl n «cck ago at the KrLinulib Mclh crilst licspllnl Mrs Htgglnsgn ) «llh him toih\ ' i Mi nhd Mrs James Illll tino Mis Olllhiie Kliig were In Mem phis yesterday, ' Miss Jcssalyn Tilmiieyer went lo Cnrulhersvllle today lo spcnc the iveckcnd wllh Dr. and Mrs P. C. Bishop. Mis Cllltcid ,J6siiei will re luvn to her home hi Union City .Tcnn., lomorrow after spending ;1C days wllh her piircnls, Mr. and Mrs.'J. E. Whilworth. Mr. Joy her Is'cominj over today and wll Baccalaureate Service at Steele High Sunday STrrLF Mo—The l!c\ M A Maiscy, nasldr of Steele Mellinil- 1st church, will deliver Hie bac enlaiircale sermon to the graduating class of-alcclc high .school in:'the high school auditorium Sunday moiiilngv The clnss of 1030 has-only 1 '-13 members, (he smallest mmibu In \rius Minnie I" InMoi Is \alcdlcloilin and Vivian Kay Cecil Is salutalormn, Iho graduation exuclHs will held Ihuisdili 'light Mnj 11 lAticlses foi Slcelc dish lets "Ighth gride [i-ulunllni, class nlll )e held In the high school niull oiliihV Wcdit«S<lai| Mhj 13 llai aid S Jones, v.oimtj MipninUncI ;nl of uchoots, will deliver ill |i to- mns to CO graduale.s of Uirj schaol's at Sleelc, Mlcoln, MaiJie\vbod, Denfb'u and Gibson. The class is mmsually sinall. H \isuully luini- icrs over 100. FIHST CHRISTIAN CHUKCII <'arroll H. Cloyil, Pastor Hlblc school, 0:45. I. o. Wcst- hrcnk, sii|>erlnlciidcnt. lei's libn- orr mothcls by iMlng wllh lliem In Ihc Church services ol (oilay. : , MonilnR vvorshl]) 10:50. Scfmoh "Ills Mother and Mine." Evening worship, 7:30. Scrmdil' "The' Riieoeh of Jesus." Monday afternoon at 2:30 mccl- injs of the Council. Study 01 South AnU-llcji, Mcctlilg of -lix- eeullve committee, Voung I'eoplc^s incelln" al 0:30 All young people'- wclcoriib, Mid-week sti-vlcc • :Wc[incsda> zoning at V:3t). 'riils week llier will be a study of the Temple. .CliUKCII America's Quitds Set Out to See Canada's Quins Miss Louise Cole, dnilglUcr : of ludgt. and Mrb 1 n Col6 of llayd.'.Mo:, who will'lend Illythc- ville's blind Iii the Cotton Carnival .... puncles >t Memphis next week In NIi^s Cole Is a mimbci of this jcai s giadimling ilas. of Hajtl nigh school. Last year she led.the i band in the cainlitil pir acles aiid, wns selected as "Miss Iliull lo icpicient thi. Mlisourl (own In the beuitj pageant a! Ihc C/iiks Mucll Ciiai it, Popln Uluff. TlltST MKTII01HST Scvciitti and W.' V. Woriiack, i'astor . A .speclnl service will be ren Icrcd at Ihc 10:55 hour Bunch moinlng, parllciimlcd ' in by a iges. from the nursery chlldre cli vp. Special spngs, readings an talks will bs given. The who: family Is urged to atleiul. : Cluircli school, 0:45 a.m. Leagues. 0:45 p.m. Kvenlng worship 7:30. 'Hie pa: lor will use for his sermon sub jccl, "The Llghl .or the World." The men's chorus will sins. let everyone wear n flower in licnnr of Mother. . - CILOKIM, I.llTIIKRAN CHURCH II. .1. Klfindlemt, Pastor Sunday school, 6 a.m. Morning worship, Id a.m. Scr- mcn si'bJCcl: "Elizabeth—a Model .lothcr." Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. Ser- 11011 theme: "The Merciful Heart." Sunday School Teachers' mcel- MI; 6:15 p.m. • You arc Invited to worship with is. Jesus'says: "He that Is ol God heareth God's words. . . —Jolm 8, 41. Double'Arrives to Visit Shirley Ofceola Society — P I'lllST ISAl'TIST CHUitClI \Valmil and Kichth Alfred C'arpenfcrj l';istor E5imday seliool, Q:3d a.m. Worship service, 10:35 a.m. Ser- nicii topic, "Whnl Type Chrlslinv Arc You?" Baptismal service foi women. Baptist Training Union, G:30 P m. Worship service, 7:30 p.m. Molh cr's irviy service. Sermon Ionic God's Second Best." Special liiu siu by the choir. accompany her Mr.s. Jim visiting relativ John Essary home. anil son arc in DecnVuc,- Ala. soil of Mr. and stallation 'of p officers,' the hn- no'unccmcnt of corfi'mlttces and a program. Officers installed were: Mrs. James B. Clark, regent.; Mrs. p. C. Caudill, vice decent;, Mrs. F. B. JOyner, recording secretary i Mrs. J. \v.. Parker, corresponding secetady; Mrs. James Hill, registrar; Mrs. A. M. R. Branson, chaplain; Miss Laiigston. treasurer; Miss Cordelia Wilhite, parliamentarian; Mrs. W. A. Alllick, rcporler. ( Tliese committees were announced: Americanism, Mrs. Laiig- ston; Manual and good citizenship, Mrs. Caudill; correct use of flag. Mrs. Gulhric King; national defense and .patriotic education, .Mrs. Joyncf; b.A.B. magazine and ^ncrap book,: Mrs. C. P. Tucker ami Mrs. H. H. VVhitelaw; conservation and thrift, Mrs. C. H.-Hall; Ellis and Angel Islands, Mrs. A. :Conway; geological rc-search, Mrs. Hill; historical , research. Mrs. M. O. Usrey; press relations. Mrs.j Afflirt:; approved schools, Mrs. W. <T. Oberst; finding and lending hfcranes \trs George M Lee, Better films, Mrc. O. W. McCutcli ,en; program .and : year booki Mines. Parker, R. G. Ro?c and Tucker. For the program, Mrs. l,ongsttm Mrs. Raymond Essary, is ill from chicken po\ Mrs. Ted Lewis of Milwaukee, Wis., has V-cl'i-rlied home after siieiiding two weeks wilh her sister, Mrs. .1. Ij. Gimrd, and family. Mr.s. Guard, Mrs. La\vls, Mr.s Terry Guard, ot Cnnilliersvtlle mid Mrs. Rives Allen were i" Memphis Tuesday Mr. and Mr.s. Marlon Smith ahd'Henry Smith-left today for their home in Houston, Tex., after spending- several days .herr bccalisc of Ihe death of Ilicir fa- tlicr. J. F. Smith. Robert ' rVirmer'has l>een taken to the Mcmiihls Baptist hor.pllal. Mrs. F. B. Jovher and Mi's. R. L. Bradley spent veslcrclay In'Lit- tle Rock. Billie rinl;in, of Wilson, Is li»hl nl the Melnphlr,- Baptist hospital. Mrs. Ray- Jackson will spend the weekend hi Memphis with ' Mr. Jackson, who «|11 attend lo bus- Incis there Until Wednesday. He is on an.eight weeks business trip through a miinber'of siaics.- Mrs. Charles PCrrv rclurhed to Melnplii;-, today after .spending several days wilh her parents, Mr and Mrs. J, .!. Fiflcl,' Mr. • and Mr.s. Perry, - who lormcrly lived Thomnson-Ciivlngtou. Mi and Mis ohude W Thorn i Til nnnoi 'ice llu eiigigement' of Ihcir daughter, Alllda, -lo-:H, t H. Covlngton of Gndei ihe \icd- dlnB Mill take place on luesdaj c\Cnhit Ma\ U U tight o clock at Hit. Hist Melhodlst chia'ch wllh the Rev. .R.. C. Morthea!! pcrfcriiUhg Hie ceremony Miss Tnomiison, who \v»s rejiv. cd in Osceolu, is a graduatcj-bf Central hi^h school in Memphis and inilll. recently was.. cmplo^'O'd bj lajloi Tiirt Tijlor iliornLjs Mr. CoUiiglon. who is comidct- ctl with -I- 1 . P. Jacobs and Co,-at Gridcr. Is the son of Mr. .And Mrs. G. M. Covington of Kcht- wood. La They will go to Mew Orleans and Kcntwood for a brief visit nfler which they will be at home at Gridcr, Poinsett Organizes for Centennial Celebration LtTANTO. Ark.—B. E. Wliit- mcre. .superintendent ot Marked schoolE. was chosi'u chair Tree \ read "The Deslh Bed of diet Arnold" ahd Mrs. Ohcrsl spoke on "Tic National.. Youth Administration Conjunction with Ihe D.A.U. * • » Foilnishlly Club Mccls Mrs. W. tl. jiolcomb cntertoln .cd the Fortnightly club Thursday aflcrridoh. Mrs. Irby Bar cV won a crystal centerpiece for 'the high score prize in the card games. The hosAc&s served a frozen fruit ralad with "diUfc canapes and an iced drink. litre, now reside in :Mcmplds. C. A. Guard, of Equality, III. I: Ihc Rucsl ot the J. '!•. Guard and the E. J,. Hcalon lamilics for a tew days. The Rov. and 1 Mrs. Arthur Klcindlenst of Bradford.. I'ii,, have been the guests of the Rev. n. J Klcindiensl. and family. Then left Hits afternoon for SI. I.oui.s. Mrs. J. Klicndienst of Midland Park, ^f. J., is spending several weeks with her son. Ihc tfcv. il J. KIclndienst, and family. F. 13. Joyiier has relumed from business Irlj) -to New Orleans. man of the Polnsclt County Centennial committee and Mrs.-c. E. Hyler was named sccrclary-lrcas- urer nt a county-wide mcoUng al Havrisbiirg Friday, presided over by II. 11. Thorn, speaker of the house. A. li. Rogers, ccntenhlnl director, was the principal speaker. ' Vice-chairmen chasm weic: Mrs, Pearl Marcom, Lcpunto; Mrs. E. A. East. Tyronza; Mrs. Harry Mills. Harrisburg; W. R.. Melton. 1'ri iiiann: J. I). Ilnhcr. Wt-incr; Mn.vnr J. T. Fox, Marked Tree; Miss Mr-Cork lc, Fisher, and .1. M. Thoniiwon. Waldcnbun. Finahu: ecmmiitcc: W. R. Mellon, rlnvir- man; Mrs. C. E. Bylcr and Mra, Harry. Mills. - r A Foinsett . ctounty clelesaflon will atlcnd a stale-wide mrcilnj to be held in Llllle Rock on Ma> IG. ASSKSIIliA' 01^ GOl) CHURCH Till X; Ash Sts. Sunday school, 3:45 a.Vn. Morning service, it a.m. Jail service, 4:30 p.m. Jr. C. A. Class. 5:30 p.iii. ,: . Sr. C. A... Class. .(i;30, p.m. , Evangcllsllc - s'crinoii, 7:45' p.m. The Rev. K. ti. Rhodes, paslo will preach a special message "I [he mothers oil SiHiday mornlh and every mother is urged lo prcs'enl. Mi^. Rhodes will brir lilc evangclislic .sern'ioii In Ihc eve nlng. The Rev. and Mrs. Rhodes wl go lo SU Louis MO'nday to cbi duct a revival campaign. Th public is invited lo all of tl services at Iliis church. LAKE STKF.ET METltODIST CHllKCH Vlincn U. Chalfanl, I'.-Cslbr Molhcr's Day will be feature in Ihc services of lire day. .Eve eilbrt will lie made lo make li riay cue of joy ahd : gratitude. Sc moil subjects: morning, "What D Jesus Believe About Mother Evening, "Is Heaven Real?" Sp iial music, offering, ahd favors iiolhcrs will contribute [b U pirit of the occasion. Church school, 9:45 a.m. Church worship, 10:50 a.lil. Young people's-league, 6:45'p.' Church. 7:M p.m. Jonesboro Histrict Conference Lake Street. Wednesday ai Thursday. Wayne Cooper Is Cooler School's Valedictorian Marino Ajc Antiques Sold EYLVANIA, O (UP)—C O Mil- .lef,-*.former''ClUcaeo .c<>urt' 1-ciwrler. makes his living selling "aiWques," which he says are 60 million jeus oM The "fnt'.ques" ate trilobUes >J;Vgs frtSrfi the Maflni- Age Itrtou- tatids of them have become fos- Joe Louis Tcntlcifool Seoul DETROIT . UiP'l—Joe Loiiis, leadiiig contender for heavyweight hohoi-s. Is a tenderfoot tie ' received the tide Ironi E'.llzsd In a stone cjuatVy neat here mony. boxin .scout, the Detroit council of .scouts after taking the scoul oath About 11,066 persons witnessed the ccfc- What! Another Shirley Temple picture? Well, almost. Trial's Ginette Marboeut-Hovcl, picked in Paris as the tiny; film star's double. Ginette registers enjoyment (of that plate ot ice cream she's holding) on her.arrival at New York to visit Shirley. Compare her with the real Shirley, -".Diclursd below,. •• •' COOTKt), Mo. s valedictorian — Vv.v/w CoopC of Km year's Center, high schrtol i;rinliialing class niul Frances Vnru:!m is salu- talorian. Olhi-r mninlx-i:; of 'th j.s. .llic smallest, in :, niiniUe of years, nrc I'anl strcnis: AJvli BhwsiiiB. Allhrrah Watsnn, Dais' | Cooper, lli'lcn in-own. Ilelci Uaines. I.orcnc I'oinul:.. Vii-glnla Vtre-lcr. Kvclyn Ctaik and Katie Morgan. ;i to sec! the babies of whom they have heard ao much, Ihc 21-year-old Keys nuadrnpleU of Hollis, kla., are Bholvii Rbovc as they eaily set out, fro IK Waco, Tex., to visit Canada's fam^d "quins," the lonncs. Eager lo sec the babies and get an nppr cxhnatc Idea of how they themselves appeared, ick In 1518, when they were renowned as Okla homa's celebrated "Uunch of Keys," Mona, Mary, obcrta, and Lcota, left to right, fire shown wllh President I'at M. Neil, leaving Baylor University, where they arc cb-cds. They will-greet the Dl3lines as reprcsenlativca of the Texas Centennial. ivinc healing includes a perfect rlnclplc and , idea,—perfect God nil perfect man,—at the basis of loughl and dcmolistratioii." (page 59; G). IKST i'llESRVT.KIlIAN CHUIICII S. H. Salmon, 1'aslor , Mother's • Day will be littingly bscrvctl In this Church lomoV- dw in Ihe. morning "worship serv- ce, as the Choir brings us two ppropriate selections,' "I'ailh of Cur Motliers," by ' Lorenz, and Honour Thy .Father and ,Mothr" by Benedict, mid the • jnistor lellvcrs a tncssagc on "A Quccii if Mothers ah"d Her 1 Son.'? There will be no Evening: Wor- ihlp service as Ihc pastor and , a number of young people, nncl adults will-tic in Joncnboro at Young. People's Rally, which ih- cliidcs all.the Chilrclics in northeast Arkansas. FdV thfc same reason there will be no Vesper 'as iisiinl. Sunday Church School ivlth adeejiiatc facilities -for all, open's prohiptly at 9:45 a.m. New Liberty The Rev. Vamer, of Cordova, rcnn., filled his appointment here Saturday iilght a'ncl Sunday, lie ind Ills daughter were gk'e.sls of Mi', and Mrs. C. C. Cobb and riimily. Airs. J. M. Aycock, wlio has been quile ill from InDuciua, is Jlow able lo be up. . Mr. and Mrs. : Logan Perkins an- iioimcc the birth of a daughter May 4. She lins not yet been iramcd. : ;•' Mr. nhd Mrs. : J.' W. Epperson illid son. Jlihtny, Were weekenr atiesls of relatives heie. They now live '• at Lbaclivillc. Inez Thompson, of Blythevillc, were greets 01 Alissc.s Mildre<l iiul Helener Jarratt Sunday. The skull ol an lion w;ls uncnrtlied 1935. African type in Alaska in Everything for Your Eiilcrlulniiiciit . and Comfort COOLEST SI'OT IN TOWN! CHUKCit OF THE . NA'/AUKNK Viiic and Zlirt Sis. ; Sunday school, 9:46 a.m. Henry lihylce, supl. Preaching service, 11 a.m. The Rev. John Cochrtin, of Jonesboro, will preach. N. . P. S., 6:45 p.m. Mrs. J. C. Criiler, president. Church, 8 p.m. The Rev. Harmon Holt will prencli. Subject: "Behold Thy - Mother." Special Mother's Day songs will be sung by the Rhylcc quartet. • 'VHoracc Stevenson .and Car Chinip wciit .'to'-points of Mississippi Salur'day ; for a visit will relatives. .Miss Betty Ebeidt spent, Sim- clay,with Miss dial-line McLcod at Blythcvilic. Mrs. Pearl Hill • S!icrtl*.*lfrielay night -with her sister,' Mrs. Waller Hit], and Mr. Hill,, at .Bassott. Misses Alice Fisk, of the''Arkan- sas-Missouri •'state line, : ' nii'd'' lit'iss TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Saturday Only CltKISTIAN SCIKNCK SKIlVlCES 708 \V. niSIH Si. "Adain ami Fallen Man" is the subject, ot the Lesson-Sermon which will be read In all churches of Christ. Scientist, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The 'Golden Text is: "Cense yn frcin hian. whose hrcnlh Is In his nostril's: • fcr wherein Is he to be accounted ol?" (Isaiah 2:22). Ainon? the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following from the Bible: "For the grace of God that brlngcth salvation hath appeared to all men." rriliis 2: in. The Lesson-Sermon also Inclucics Ihc' following passage from the Christian Science textbook. "Science and Health with key lo the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: "In divine Science, man Is the (rue image of God. The divine nature, was best expressed in Christ Jesus, who threw upon mcrtals the Irvor reflection of God and llfled their lives hiajhcr than their poor thought-model!! would allow.—thoughts which presented man ar, fallen, .sick, and sinning, and dyinj. The Christllkc understanding of scientific being and MJXORA BAPTIST CIIUUCH I... 1*. Flemmingr, 1'astor Sunday school. 0:40 a.m. J. M. Majors, superintendent. \ Sermon, 11 a.m. The pastor will speak oh "Mothers.". Special mn- slc. "The Sweetest story Ever Told." Tiie B. T. U.'s will nicet at 6:30 p.m. with Colfnsclors. ' Prayer meeting Wednesday night 7:30. Evening worship, 7:30. LtixbiiA MKTHOblST CHURCH J. T. handle, P.tstcr Molh'ei's Day will ' be observo'.l at the Methodist church Sunday, Niay 10, with the Rev. Sain U. Wiggins present. A special feature of the hour will be the singing of Mrs.' B. O. Wilklns' colnposlllon, "Mother Mine" sulig by the pastor, J. T. Handle. Baptismal .service will be held for the son of the Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Ralldle wilh Ihci ilcv. and Mrs'. Coolcy, of Joiner, actiii!; as godfather aiid godmother, Sunday school. 10 a.m. Mrs. Stie Brown, superintendent. Senior and Intermediate leagues, G:30 p.m. We Guarantee to Save You Money on Screen Work of All Kinds. Barksdale Mfg. Co. Phone 19 DR. SALIBA Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat Clinic | GFiASSES FITTED Room 210 - Ingram Bldg. OfTice Phone 418 - Res. FOR DISTINCTIVE BEAUTY SERVICE Call 108 MARGARKTS BEAUTY S1I01* Ingrain Bldg. PICKARD'S GROCERY OUR MEATS ARE AS GOOD AS THE BEST THEY MUST SATISFY Staple & Fancy Groceries 1041i Chickasawba Phone 613 CARD OF The family of THANKS the laic J. DANCE TONIGHT WILLIAM BOYD JIMMY ELLISON ONS5.0W STEtfSHJ Muilal EvAni • Ccoi^f DiiecKd by Howaid Brfl "Artaiiy Stinrmcn Pr»d Ciirloon don" and Serial— "Flash (Jor-SI ivitli. Busier Crabbc Atlm.— Jla'lincc &'Nigh(— ID IVilli lc Tax — Continuous Showing— ZSsl'l F. . . Smith is deeply grateful lor all I the kindness shown during its recent bereavement. Mother's Day Si>cci:il 8x10 Ftamcci 1'ortrait 50 Anfl This Coupon Groups 50c Extra Offer Good Only Until May 10 BELT'S AliT STUDIO Courier News Clansillwl Ad.-i t'ay. KVI-I5Y 1>AV I'lllCKN Kixlak linlshln-;—ji.tiv :.(i:c 8x roll, finislicd complelf:, ^V- Post cald' phot03i-3p!i5. '.! [or 25c nr si per dozen, stamps, 6 (or i»c Wylie Picture Shop ' Across Fiom Roxy Theatre FLOWERS FOR MOTHER Remember Your Mother wilh tflowdrs Nc.xl Sunday riio One Appropriate Gift Sec oiii- beautiful blooming plants and cut (lowers •Wear a Flower For Mother Ro-os, Gardenias, Carnations or <i Corsage Honor Her with FloweVs from BEATON'S HOME OF FLOWERS Per Couple Iii Uio Beautiful /!//• Conditioned BLUE ROOM j\Iusic by BOJ3BY GREEK AND IUS HAND Ol' 1 ROMANCE HOTEL NOBLE Sunday - Monday I'animnnnl News anil Major riowes' Alnalcur theatre of Air Artni.— Mallnce &- Nifhl— 10 ,fc Wilh Ir. Tax —Continuous Showing— 35c TUESDAY, MAY 12— HANK MGHT!

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