PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS COUBIEE NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET Thfc Tickft WU1 Admit Jo« KtvWr and. friend Pride Subdivision RITZ THEATER ^-to see— "NO TIME 'TO MAKRV" Social Calendar , , TUESDAY'S EVENTS • Voung M»tron's Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Murroy Smart, Mrs. Hunter O.'Sims entertaining the Tuesday Bridge club. U. D. C.. having benefit party at Woman's club at 2:00 p.m.. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. FarnsworlU Blac> having the Wednesday Bridge club. Wednesday Contract club meeting with Mrs.. H. A. Taylor. Ladies' Bible Study ot Church of Christ meeting with Mm. Howard Gill at 2:30.o'clock. 6udbury Parent Twhcr M soci alton meeting at 3:00 o'clock at the school, prccede-i by an executive board meeting at 2:30 p. m. •iETJESDAY'5 EVENTS Mrs. H. H, Houchlns entertain teg Mid-Week Bridge club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. J. E, Hasson. Mrs. ; Everett B. Gee having Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Alternoon club meeting with Mrs. Louis Anpletjaum. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertaining ; .the ..Tuesday Night Supper club Jewish Ladies' Aid meeting at home of Mrs. Max: Borowsky In Manila at 8:00 o'clock. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's club having luncheon at 1;M o'clock at the club house. [" *•— FLAPPER FANNY Bits of News Mostly Personal 'Yes, My Darling Daughter' Due In Memphis March 4-5 MEMPHIS, Twin., Feb. 28— From architecture to playwrlllng is a Jong stride, but Mr. Reed, author of "Yes, My Darling Daughter," has managed to dessert his first pro- fesslon-that of building houses— and come out with flying colors. | fashioning plays for the modern | theatre. His current tuccesa b> still an outstanding hit after eleven months in New York. Featurine Florence Reed (no relation to au- Joc Isaac*, who lias been 1)1 at thor) it in on a cross country tour ils homo for some time, Is slow- and will come to Ellis Auditorium ly improving. • • for three (>erfoniiaiices, . Friday ' Mr;. King U. Matthews will go'»l6ht, March 4, Saturday matinee (o Hot springs Saturday to take "nd Saturday night, March a. a course of baths and la altendl Besides providing Ihcatrc-lovcrs the races for Ihrce weeks. with a rollicking entertainment, Mr. nnil MIS. Ike Miller have Mr. Heed lias, by way of dialogue "" J •' ------ '~ J ' MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1938 Spring femininity Plus ned from Hot Kiuiucu ironi noi> springs where and character-development, crys- |thcy have spent several wetXs. •-•<—<• - -•• - •• •• Mr, and Mif. J. Morris/ Moon wlio recently went to Forrest City to make Ihcir home, were (lie neck rnd guests of Mr. Moon'.i Although "Yes, My Darling parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T, Moon.' Uaughlsr" has wealthy and solidly Mr. nn:l Mrs. Frank Grljsby an<l respectable setting, and Is not at Mr. autl Mra. Alfred Thomason I all ccncerned with ambitious and sr;nt Sunday In Cape Girardcau. artistic youth, tiierc Is a nostalgic :"Have you anything new in B Plat thnt isn't about lovu?" Osceola Society — Personal Son Born 'A son has.been.borii lo Mr. nnd ..Mts. Roy Henry. Mrs. Henry Is the jsljjpormer Miss Mettic Mae Payne. "jThe bib> has been named Nor- L<e Roy for his grandmother, Irs, Lula Norman Payne, * * » iclety Me<ts Mrs. J. L. Tyrone'led. the devo- pnal from the fifth chapter of atllie*s when members ol tho bman's Foreign Missionary Society jet with Mrs J. M. Taylor Thurs- nlght for a business meeting, lesson',from the study book, he Challenge W China," was |yen by Mrs. Dixie Hicks. Prayer as offered by Mrs. Taylor. This society will meet al the church Friday for a day of prayer in obS5rvance of- a vorld wide prayer movement.- The Rev. Eupha D Bcaslty will give a message on prayer at 10 39 am, and Mrs. Taylor- will tpealc on the same topic at 2:3» p.m. An Invitation to the public to attend tills meeting lias toe en extended by members of the organization, • * « Benefit Party Will Be Given The United Daughters ol the Confederacy are iponsoring a benefit : party at the Woman's cluU, Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. An invitation to Uie public is extended, and any group desiring lo reserve a table for bridge or rook may do so by calling Mrs. J. W. Mrs. Kdrington to Lead Program A most intetesUntr program on American Citizenship in keeping with the nationwide observance of , a picture of the old heinian days tliat belonged to Greenwich Village before and during the war. Mrs. 0. R. Reclford Elected Head,Of Coiuily Council Mrs. O. R. Rcdford. of Ekron, was elected iircsidenl of the county home 'demonstration council nt Its monthly meetiiiB Saturday at the Woman's club bouse. Other clticers elected al the \VHII me muuNiwiue ouscrvancc 01 i WUIL-I cuiccis ciecieu al llu the serqiii-ceiitemilal of. the coii-1 meeting were: Mi5. Walter Wood. stitullon will be h'eard In the re;u- of Liixora. first vice-president; lar program of Ihc Progressive Club Mrs. E. A. Craig, of Dogwood, sec- tomorrow. The program has been 6ml vice-president; Mrs. B..A. air.inscd nurt will be led by Mrs. Orccnwny, of De'l, secretary; Mrs, Jefui Edringtoti, chairman of HIP Carl Dcnn, Number 9, reporter; American Citl/.cnshlp department nnd Mrs. M. w. Lewis, of Dell, c fthe club, nnd will Include the | treasurer. Fiesident's proclamation read by] During the morning session, (tie.Rev. E. L, Cole; pledge of ftllc- sroiip singing was led by Mrs. ginncc by Ihe Cub Scouts; talks (Wood, nnd Mrs. Oreenway rend by Bruce Ivy and Joe Ehe-fe, dls- "" - '-- - trlet attorney and city attorney, slid musical numbers by the Rainbow Trio composed ol Doris Counts. Jean Chiles and Mario Mayo, nm) Mrs, E. \V. Packard. Judge B. li the ,.^,... Ihc devotional was (n charge' of Mrs. W. W. Cox, of L«aehville. At the afternoon secsion. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home demon- straliou agent, explained Ihe plan Mr. and Mis, A. H. Wallace. Mrs. Eunice Ycung, and Miss Era Wright visited In Tennessee yesterday. Mrs. Ycung spent llic day with her mother in Newbcrn, while the oth- cir. visile:! relatives In Trimble. Dr. and Mrs. 3. I>. Martin and family were in oxford Sunday as (lie aucst;, of their daughter, Miss Vlrfihva, wlio is n student al the University of Mississippi. J. C. Buchanan spint Sunday in Ravenden Springs, Ark. , Mrs. jicrbert Hughes. Miss Elizabeth Blythe and Miss Eunice Brog- dc-:i spjnt die week end in Charleston, Mo., iis Ihc guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ingrain and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Johnson of East St. Louis. III., left Sunday for a visit with' relatives In Newborn. Term, Mrs." Johnson had been the guest cf Mr, and Mrs. Jamie Fox for n week nn.-| Mr. Jchnson Joined her hero Friday. Dr. and Mrs. I. H. Johnson returned yesterday from Memphis where they have been since Ihc critical illness and death of Dr. Johnson's cousin, Dr. Eugene Joliu- jon. Waller Logan, who is now sla.- ticnccl in Nashville as a member of the Untied Press slnfr, spent Sunday with liis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan. Miss Pauline Hires, who entered llic Memphis Methodist hospilal last Thursday for an examination, and her mother, Mrs, c. G. Hires, who has been with iier, returned home .yesterday. Mr. and Mrs.-Cecil Lowe and sou. Jimmy, drove down fcr them, While at the liosplta Ihc Lowes visited (heir nephew, Ronald Snrgpant, who has been JH far some lime. Miss Hives, who is III from nervousness and complications, is to take a monih's rest Ola-:lish 'will discuss the convention for gelling loans for purebred cure cl 1787. The historical background .-tonby chicks. She also presented Mrc fcsic Uavi: ami rim cf the Constitution will be given j Ihc yearbook which Had teen com- Miss Pally June 'returned vestpr by American Legionnaire J. A, Pigg, p!=l«l by Ihe committee for the day from' Memphis where they Others having a. part on Ihc pro- approval of the council. This was have been with Miss Davis uncle . gram nro Mayor A. S. Rogers. (Urs. D. R. Wcrtz, In costume as Betty Proceeds from this parly will go to the fund for the Memorial room the Blytheville hospital. • * * * DMS Albert Thompson ded T« Mississippi Girl Interest here Is the onnounce- "inent ot the mairiaje of Miss Mildred Thomas, daughler of Mrs. Maude Thomas ot Bentonla. Miss,, to James Albert Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson, formerly of here but now of Mem- his. 'The nuptials were solemniied day, Fcbruan- 20. at the home the bride's mother, with the Rev. bert, I. Martin of Benlonia pcr- Uir ceremoiiy; ilrs. Thompson voro ». brown ,opl costume iviui triimnings of satin and narrow fur. Her accessories «erc brown and her corsage was of gardenias. ;• ' Her only attendajA was her sister,. Miss lAicille Thoinas, who was escorted by her brother, Phillip Thomas Miss Tiiomas was attire-5 in blask crepe with-skiin trimmings and .black accessories. Mrs Thompson, who'is a graduate of Beriton high school, has been'Ejnployed in Memphis for some time, she is a member cf a \vell known Mississippi family. '. Mr.Thompson is'a'gradualc of the ElythOYlUe high schiol and is a senior In the University ol Ten- .ncsiee Dental College. Memphis where they will reside. Bolh Mr and .Mis. Thompson iurte visited here recently tu> guesls of Air. aud Mrs. . Hujh Vt\a>n Thoiripson and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. TJiompson, Jr. corrected nnd approved by the local presidents. The programs for *j. I-.. iTt^itj, i LI i.isJkuiiii; 110 JUWVj »' t * 1 i«»-o*wt|iu>. 4 IIU (II Ua rUlUS IOT W3shiugt:n and Mrs. w. B. Hunt, the ensuing year were built around who will conduct a questionnaire I Hie Llvc-at-Home program and en (he Constitution. An attractive ] will include: gardening, food prcs- featurc of the progrnm will be the . ervaUon, food preparation, clath- l»rtrayal of early American wo- l"g, yurd improvement, poultry, ncn Ijy the Junior Progressive Club n Ccionial costumes. The grcuj) will be introduced by Mrs. c. M. H ; ir- KcSl, 'chaplain of tho William Strong chapter, D. A. R.. and will nclude Rtilh Edrlngton as Priscilla Mulliirs; Dixie Lee Qutnn, pocahon- :as; Marie Mayo, Mailha Wash- ngton; Pearl Cartwrlghl, Bstsy Ross; Barbara Banks, Dclwroii Rend, The special objective cf Ihe club during Ink. week will be the planting of trees In Ihe town. usiiiCM; Men Flay Vollry Ball A largo group o( business men have organised team; fcr volley 6cill iinn are playing regularly cash Thui-sday night at (he high school gymnasium. Leaders in [Jie venlure ate Uob Kendrick. C. W. WaUon. E. \V. Packard. B. L i>re«oti, Die Rev. John Sclmecii. E. H, Smith jr., Punk Riley. G. Hartsill Banks and employes ol the Ralslcm-Purinn mill. All Lhc men of the town are invilotl lo lake iwrl. and home inanageiuenl. Plans were discussed for making money tor the council. This group decided to .sponsor a county wide play tournament and the members ulso voted lo increase the membership in tlicir local clubs by 100 per cenl. , At noon, n dutch luncheon was served. ' Wilson Society—Personal Mrs. A. R. Sherron has been at day, but his condition is reported fls unchanged. Miss Mildred Moore and Miss Margaret Shaver spent, llic \veck end In Oxford, Miss., RS the guesU cf Miss Mary Spain Usrey, who is n student, at (he University there. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Usrey, who has been visiting her sister.' Mrs. Brooks Flowers, and family In Birmingham, Ala- and her daughter, Miss Usrcy at the University for (lie past three Hold Funeral Services For Mrs. Martha Jennings Funeral services were held yes- tciduy nfternoon for Mrs. Martha Jane JeuuingF, who died Into Saturday afternoon al Ihe home of J»Ir. nnd Mrs. J. s. Murdocfc 627 South Lilly street. Hcnlh came (o (lie 82-year-old resident, atler r,lir liad been il) lor ten days. Mrs. Jennings, «-|io ti : «l lived here for 15 years, made hpr home with her daughter. Mrs. Murdock. She is alr.o survived by three sons. C. E. Jennings, of Memphis. Orov- tr Jennings of San Diego, Calif, md W. VV> Jennings, ol Little Rock. The Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the First Baptist church conducted the services at the Hoi' Funeral home and burial was made al North Sawba cemcterv. Wlls Davis, in a critical Background of Uie old days lower New" York (hat dellghu all wlio .'.ee the play. To some it is reminiscent. To others, who never knew the "Village" it Is also in- fcnnative. Much of the development of Ihc American theatre sprung from activity of "Villagci's" before llic wnr. A highly efficient cast will support Mte Recrt. Lawrence Gross- mlth. the noleri English itctor. is as well known on Broadway as he Is In London; The "Darling Daughter" will be played by Agnes Doyle, the rising ingenue from Australia; Ihc young liaiice will }>c enacle.1 by Owen Davis, Ji-.. who is rated as one of the top flight juveniles of present day theatre. Mntl orders for (his attraction are now being received nt the Auditorium. -- „'. Surviving abo are thirty- nine grandchildren, and thirty-three "icat grandchildren. A member of llic Methodist church, Mrs. Champion was well known as one of (lie early settlers In this section, and was beloved by many friends. Attend Final Ritej For Mrs. J. W. Woolen Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wcldnwi), MIE. Bob Cliiles and Miss Jamie Nichols, accompanied by Mrs. c. L. Nichols, of Kelser. returned last night from Cuino. Miss., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Nich- ch' mother, Mis. J. W. Woolen, who died at. the Memphis Melho:lLsl hcsplla! Saturday morning-. 'llicy went to Memphis Friday, night to he with Mrs. Wooteu. who was taken thei'c from her home ;vt Ccmo alter she was stricken with r-aralpi.s Iliat Might. Nil's. Woolen, who ra; 80 years cf iijc. was tlie grandmother of Mrs. Weidmnn. Mrs. Chiles and Miss Nichols, she is also survive;! by lier husband, and three sons. J. W. and W. A. Wooien of Mem- Phis, and Walier Wooteu of Co:no, who formerly lived In lilytlieville, and Mrs. Nichols, who was her only daughter. •I he rites were held at the Methodist church of Coiiio Sunday ;if- terncon, Head Courier News Want Ads. To Compete In State ' U. D. C. Essay Contest Students of this city arc .expected to compete in tiie state essay contest, sponsored by the United Daughters of the Confederacy, it has been announced. Rules and subjects for llic contest have been announced by (lie state committee. Twelfth grade students whu enter this cuntesl will write on -Confederate Seal", while the lllh grade subject will be "flattie of Antietam or Shnrnsburg." The "Hamilton RoaJs Conference" will te the thcnie-for the idlh grade ''The junior'-htgh-,subjects ; ,re concerned with historic figures of "War Between Uie Stales with the nljilli grade writing- on "Jefferson Davis, The Man"; the eighth grade, "General istoncwall) Thomas Jau- athan Jackson, The Man"; and tlic seventh grade, "Robert Edward Lee, Tlic Man." The essays must contain at - - .„ ... ^ ^,^ a , tensl SdOwords and not more Ulan condition at the Melhcdisl |) 0 s- lcco lln<i niust reach Essay chnir- pital. Mr. Davis underwent a blood ma "' Mrs - Henry P. Bell, ot transfusion last night and one to- "'"" ""'' ""'' ' " Mrs. Tom A. Little and daughters, Mis:; Sara Jo and Miss Virginia, ami son, Tom, spent yesterday in Memphis with Mr. Little who win, returned to t!ie Methodist hospital last, week for an examination. lie is expected to be removed to his home, the latter pan of this week. Mr. nrj Mrs. Clarence H. Wilson and ion. Billy, and daughter. Miss Elizabeth Ann. spent Sunday in Lula. Miss., ivitn Mr. Wilson's father who is,!!! at his home there. Virgil Greene has returned from Ultlc Rorlt where he a (tended l^ business. Private Tommy o. Krascr. cl Hie U. S, Army, who ha.s been stationed At Fort Davis. Canal Zone wilt :lr _ ive on the U. S. A. T. Chateau rhferry about March 12, after -in xtendcd tour of foreign servic-- in ' will ant) . The boat -harlcstoii. 3. c . . , Jrascr will come here for :>2 bedside of her mother, \vho Is nt> I Uf TL eriouEly ill at a daughter's home "'<*'• J. »<• IDOmpSOn, I/,, near Blythcville, all this \ve«fc. Mrs. W. O. Johnson returned On Un . . . Tuesday after visiting her son, T. ,, J. Johnson and family in Chaflrr. I ,( , ., Iio5a b - Thompson, 12-ye-»r Mo. cld wlle of J. W. Thompson, died ^:rk nt Private --• a ixhort /isit with relatives before his. rc- usljumcnt on Uie cast coast Mr;. Chrencc H. Wilson ,,,d iaujhter. Miss Elizabeth Ann. M rs . Umlstt Stracke and daughlrr Mi« ^Anita. and Mrs. E. E. stanlcv'sUi'it Saturday In Memphis ' ..Dyer Infant Dies At Family Home Sunday KJliateth Am\ ; v pj-er, .daughter of Sir, and Mrs Leon D>cr, died shortly after birth SuiKlay morning nl Ihe home'of her paifiiiffi, 015-tot Cherry streVt >. . EiutU wfc, lujdi- (Ins inuriiin:-,' „"»! Baryer ceiael(J7 ulUi If anna : Fuo*ra3 Ixnue In dmrgc.of iiiiici-al «neiit», biby was ah only child nt her home 011 Nortli 21 'street Mo. Miss Sarah f/cwis Greene ant! MIES Coulter spent InM. week rmi ,, -. — In Memphis visiting their parents. ' ,. :(vltlc boc " !li ( " r several An eight pound son was'born lo " loml1s Mr. anil Mra. • Byron Hoblnson^. l-'uneint scrvk-cs were held «l Tuesday ni s l:|, The fcnby has Jiot I ""•' Hatina Fuuci-al home Sunday yet been named. j nftemoon with Ihe Rev. H. Lynn The home of Mi. niui Mrs. Jack Tramincll'and Mr. and Mrs. Demi Vlck. which was dnumgcd by lire .ast week, is now ready for occupancy. Mr. and Mi-s. Cass Brandon jr., and small daughter, moved to Memphis this week, where they recently purchased a home. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ludwig aud children f.jx-nt Saturday ntid Sunday in Cran,, Mn, wiili (heir i>:ir- iiil Mi anil Miu. F. it. l.niiwli'. •Tire Baltic Sea Is the, sixth largest oca'in the world,'Arid has an average depth of 122 feet. Wucic. in-slov of the Fiat Methodist, church, ofticiatins. Burial was made this morning ut Maple. Grove cemetery following the arrival of a daughter from Minnesota. Mrs. 'Ihompson, who wa? a native of Evansville. Ind.. had resided In Dlylhevllle for many years. Besides her husband and the daughter from Minnesota, .she is nt.M> survived by another dn\igh- ti i', who liven at. Widcuer. Ark., nnd our son. Elbrrl Iliompsoti, of[ VHlle Rock. j Ofeenwooil. Ark.," before At the Hospitals Miss Jane Hollipelcr underwent a major operallcii al Uic Blylhe- Villc hospital yesterday. Her con- aliicn tcjay is good. itay Beck underwent an operation for • appendicitis yesterday al Ihc Blylheville hospilal. Miss Mildred Jolly, wlio has been at the BlyUicvlllc hospital was removed lo (lie home of Mrs. John Cowan at Double- Bridge* csinmA- nity. yislcrdny in n cobb ambii- lancc. Mrs. stcrluig Krcnch was removed from the Blylheville hospital lo her home at Yarbi'o yesterday in ;i Cebb ambulance. Betty J 0 Welkins, ol Carnthsrs- villc, is u patient at the Memphis Eye. Ear. No:e and Throat hospital. Allen Greenwny. of C'Lirulhci.s- ville. was admitted to (be ,st. Joseph's hospital. Memphis. Saturday. Mrs. Jclm Hoberl«. of Holland !••> a iwtient nt (he ^fcltlpl1i s Methodist hospital. ' Mrs. Angelinc Clark, ol Luxora has been admitted to (he Memphis Baptist hospital. Wood row Mustek, nf Basselt, in -,, patient at th: Memphis Baptist hoipital. *,>; A shining example of.the feminine mood which is affecting spring taillciii'S is Lanvin's utterly lovely ensemble of navy blue wool. It includes n figure-hugging dress with low neckline and slide instencr closing and a brief inckct with baroque decoration in broad, nil- standing braid. The flower-trimmed pillbox with romantic, flowing \eil. u double-strand of pearls and clover colored n;iil lacquer carry out the picture of femininity pins. Baj)list Suudav School Clinic T 1 I > * r l^ I lo .Begin, .loilay First Baplisl clmrch of Blytlieville, will lead the inspirational period, and Mv. Williamson will lulk on "Building a -Standard Sunday School." A comity-wide Euuujiv sviiODl clinic, (he lirst ct itr, kind in Mis- sisLi):pi county, will be held at tlic New Liberty B:iptLsl cluirch b;gin- ning kJay and continuing (Iir.iugli March 4, i,t has l>een announced l>y the Rev. Howard II. Km?, assoiin- tional Sunday E:hoc-l superintendent and/pastor of the" New Libcrly Baptiat-'cln'irch. A large allendnnre from Baptist churches all over the county is expectc:!. Among llic guest xpenkcrs who will api'ear on the program arc Edj.ir WJlllalwon of IJttlc Rock, state Sunday school secretary, and ' the Rev. C. L. Randall, aiso of Little ! Reck, northeast dislrict missionary. There will be no cesFicni; today, but tlic monthly )v;rkcrs' conference Tuesday will follow Ihe opening church service,'A complete program of the Sunday school clinic • follows., Beginning "at ten o'clock Wednesday morning, the Rev. Mr. Randall will lent! Ihe evangelistic conference, which will be followed by a period of song «n:l praise conducted by the Rev. D. D. Sescr, pastor of the First Baptist cluirch at Wilscn. "The morning session will be concluded wllh a sermon by Uie Rev. Mr. Randiill. Following the luncheon which will I be served at the church, (lie Rev. P. A. Wliltelcy of Manila. Afosis- }iip;]i county misslonnry. will be In Wiargc of the devotional. Tlic iiftfnioon will be a [jcric:! of visiting. At six o'clock aupprr will be served at the church. During the night session, the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, puslor cf Ihc NEW SPRING YARNS AND FASHIONS By Bcriiat VRKK INSTRUCTION'S Mrs. Leslie Hooper H09 Chlckiisawba Phone Final Rites Held For Mrs. Syntha Champion, 84 CAHUTIIERSV1LLE. Mo., f-'eb. 28 —Funeral services for Mrs. Synlha I'rei'ilia Champion, 84, were held here Sunday uftcnioan at- three o'clock at- Mic'Sniilh j^meral chapel, the Rev. W. L. Meyer, •locarMelho- <l!st iiiiiifater, rondiictliig the services. Interment was in Little Prairie cemetery. Mrs. Champion wa-; barn Ln Gibson county. Tcnu.. May if], 1853, and died February 2S. tg.m at (he home of a relative at Brasjadocio. She came lo I'emiscol county when a young sin of »bout fifteen, having resided in (his county for seventy .vc:ir;. c\fi'j;t « fen-' years when, wilii lici family, she lived just across tlic river at Hathaway. Term •She liir-t married n Mr." Austin, ami upon his death, was married to James champion, who died about eighteen years ago. She retm'iicd U this comity from Hathaway about fix yent's y^o. Surviving are four tons and three daughters, George Austin and Robert Champion. Ripley, Term.; Lu- Ihei- and Will champion. St. Louis; Mrs. Fanntc Whitwell. Braggadocio: Mrs. Ollic GoDclrum. Caruthersville; and Mrs. Maude Morgan, Everything for your enter taimnehl and comfort. Admission Matinee lOc & 26c Admission Night ISc & 36c Last Times Today .)u;m Hemii'U & Henry Fomla in 1 Met My Love in 7 Also 1'araTiiouni News, "India's Millions" j,, technicolor :uul musical iliorl "Clyde Lucas." \ Admission Matinee- lOc ,t 26c Admission Nighl 16c jfc 36f SPECIAL, Regular S5.00 TKRAIANENTS $3.50 JACKSON'S BEAUTY 55f!OI> In 1835, (here were only 801000! a&Tlcultural workers Jn 'Enghimi as compared to SlDS.Mfl in 1923. PO YOU Suffer from Nerves? Sculh Carolina used whisk, measure of value in the bartor tem which sprung up Mf lapse of Die continental currency in i i«fi Liquid-Tablets Salve-Nose Drops price lOc & 25c ,V"i. , 1 '**^ lmtii-1 or ii Read Courier News Want Ads. GLENCOE BARBER SHOP Kail K. 1'aiktr, Crop. (!lciicDe.lIi>1rI Wilj. Hand o,- Electric Manicuring meats and At A Savings Shop and Save Here We pay Iliylic-il Trices on I'ouliry al all Times. GAMES MKT. !;118 W. Main SI. ' Vliaiic; ' a TO THE LAUNDRY THEY ' CAN GO! \VHEN your rag rugs be-" O'n to look a little shabby, 1 d °"'t discard them —they Can bo sent here for, clc.insing as well as your. °^>-' soiled articles. WE launder rag rugs, com." fortables, blankets or cur. : tains so that they.really look like now. 'SEND then"in Ih Phone 181) TUESDAY (attciul uiaiiiicc ov nigljt) A S T 0 R Uooel STANDER •&s* <^*^:.: A COtUHBIA PICTURE H's a Hide-SFlilline, shnck-a-scc "d i-oincily romance-. Adn issicn Maiinre JOc & gHu Admission Night I(jc & ;!«c Weds. - Thurs. The Buccaneer' with Kredric March & 1'nm- t'iska Gaa) Suon: SVoodcn ta/nliell ?ciu«<i g. Tw jn Brother Yank at Oxforil R:idi<J City Rerels ROXY Admission always I0r * Jgr. Matinees Salurd;iy & Sunday Only Last Times Today 'Daredevil Drivers 7 with Dick I'urt'cl] ami Hqi.k crly Roberts \ 7 Albo I-'o.v News & Comedy fue.-Wed.-Thur. PAL NIGHTS! S Adulls Admitted for Price of 1 IN THE SPOTIIGHTI Killed ,.OM terrr- M> Wn«tt.. dcswl fuse. "I" t- 1 ""' * COLUMBIA PI CTuTt Murrlcr in (h c Spodishl. A hoi . M'tl beauty dies \iilh a. song on V '"r hps . . . j,,,| inirtniglii mail- It nt« ringing l n her cars. .T >xlcc|c:l sliurts. Also selected shor(s.
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