The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 16, 1936
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JAGE tWO BLWMBV1LLB, (ARK.) COURIEll NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 1C,- 1930 • Social Calendar *'" >10NDAV'S EVENTS , W. M. S,, -Sseoiul Baptist church, jncetiiiff with Mi's. Thomas Eojjnn, )!,30' p. in. . -\V. M^ U. mcethiB First Baptist clnircli, 2:30 p. in. ' Junior O.'. A.'s mt'Clliid First iiaptlst cluirch, i p.' m, '. Woman's- -Auxiliary. First Pres- 'byterlan church, mcctliiR ilinreli, ^:30 p. in. • .Circles W.-M. S. First Meltuxl- ist' cliurcli, met'tlntf ^:30 P. M. I, '.Mrs, W. V Hrtwcr; 'J. Mrs. R. Gainw; 3, at the church; 4, Mis. Clunk's t. Wylle. Council',- I'lrst Christian church* ir.eoliiig with Mrs. Uotmld fJelch- br iit- Jollier', 1 p. in. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mr& Hairy Klrby linvlni! Tiies- dav Bridge club. Mrs. )3lx!e Crawford enterlaln- Sii(! Young Malroas club. • Mrs. W. A. Afdlck .YouiiBcr Set liridue club. Junior H. A.'s mccllng Baptist church, 4 p. in. Intermediate O. A.'s incctini; First Baptist church. 4 p. in. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS DcliJlitan Pine Arts club meet- in« Hotel Noble, !):30 n. m. .. Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard having Wednesday Bridge club. Snnbe.iins incelmg First Balisl ciwrcli, .4 p. m. Enviable Ensemble ImvinB Flrel Dance at country club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Crowdcr-icini; wccMini; at home ci Mr. p. in. and Mrs. Max Parks. Miss Marian Ccolcy To Wed Elsincr BcaH Mr. aud Mrs. Paul E. Ccole) announc- the enjri'^cmenl of llieir only daii'ililcr. Marian, to lilstnci Ecall, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H ' -Heall, of Wilson. The \\eddin .-will take place Tuesday,-June 0 '"at- the- Iioiile of the bride's parents The bride, who is a member • a pioneer family cf Blylhevillc yraduaU'd from tho city til;;] school Lefore gohiR to Ihe Unlver- ' sity of Tennessee Junior ct'll at Martin, and Inter i^ritdna . from the University of Trmwsscc . nt. Knoxville. She is a uieiubc cf ihe fiigma Knppa sorority ant of the. Phi Kappa Phi. lumorar; scrorlly. For the past ycnr slv has been home economics (cache \ r.t the Wilr^iii hish stlirml, ', Mr. Bcall, who is a enuluate o Hie University of Arkansas. Fay clterllle. i.s widely known for hi nccoiupli:;lniiciiis in farming' acli; ilies. havir.; miule nationnl rec crtis in amiiielilive 4-II work, H • is new instructor of vocation 1 . nericulliirc at Wilson liiijli schoo ; •> " V Has Club ; Mrs. Edgar Boruin enlertaine ' the Thursday Contract, club till week when her only guest wn Mrs. Luin Stub'js, She used pin 'icses to decorate her living room. . Mrs. F. H. Joyner won the prizi -» bath set, and Mrs. Sl«bjis w.i given a powder ami' perfume sc '. The liostcss served a sala ccttrsc. <* * * 'Tn Have Hirlhilay .ricfiam Jloiulay : The Woman's Auxiliary of (hi' Firet Presbyterian cliurcli will .have a sptcial program Monday -in the form of a birthday parly -for Montreat. N. C.. "the church '.home." The meeting will begin ill .2:30 o'clock, at. the church. •Circle Mcclhii; Tiacc Changed •" . Circle 3 V,r the Woman's Mis- sionaiy Society of Ihe First. Melh- ;odist cliurcli, scheduled to meet with Mrs. M. G. Goodwin. M<m- ciay iiltciucnn, will meet at Ihe •cliurcli ns Mrs. Gocilwln was call- .ed to Halls. Temi., because of illnss-i in her family. Best Summer Desserts Are Quick and Easy to Make Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. T. M. Caldwell, of .CaYulh- Svllle, Is u patient at Ihe Memphis Methodist, hospital. • " Mrs. n. O. Harkey, of Homers" vlllc, Mo., hiis been admitted to '.ho Memphis Methodist hospital, l.ce Stain, of Leachvllle, J B a pnllciH ill tlie Memphis Mcthodlsl hospital. Mrs. C. B. Treartway, of .Cock- nun, Miss.. Ims arrived for a visit with relatives, Mrs. L. 3. Brlscce .returned Thursday from Wilson where she hud been visiting her parents. She Is now reeling belter after having been ill following :m automobile accident In which she was severely shocked. G. G. Tucker and ..daughter, Urs. 11. Morris King,, or Pace, Miss., where here yesterday at- .ending to lliclr Interests. They ire In Memphis lor the Cotton I.iiKciniisly seasonal^ a layered strawberry pie is a.deliffht to lirlns to Ihe tublc. It combines fresh lierrirs uitli whipped gelatin flavored with fruit juice. IIY MARY E. DAGUE NBA Service Staff Writer Tile Ideal warm -weather dessert ;arnival as Mary Milxeppa King,. |. s easy and tnilck to make. If It laughter of Mr. unuV Mrs. King, follows n. substantial main course will participate in Ihe parade today as a. representative of Pace- Mr, ami' Mrs. Oliver W..,Cop- dKe and John Aliearh, of Car- uthersviltc, were In Memphis yesterday. Mtss Gladys Smothernian lias returned from Memphis . - where He attended the Cottons Oarnlval for two days. While there'.she,was the guest of Miss Mary Alec .McAfee. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. ShelV wore In Kclser Thursday night for. tlie tUiUluitllon exercises of tile' Bchoo! there. Mrs. Shell's brother, Ben Moore, was valcdlctoriiiii ' of the class'. They were accompanied ~'\>r small luncheon wear, a while silk whipcord jacket worn over i navy silk dress with a printed • while silk talfeln scarf knotted hroiiah the Iroul will attract envious comment. This one is worn with a sailor In navy and whlt2. Sleele-C.oolcr Society — Pci'sonal Teachers' Pet . Mr. am! Mrs. Ira Wohanuiiu: anncuiicc (he marriage of 'their daughter, Mildred Lee Norman tn Cscat- McFall. The wedding tool: place at Caruthersville, Tuesday May 12. Justice Aubry Elliott i;cr- loimed the ceremony. ; Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Murll accompanied the bride aud bridegroom. Mrs. McF^ll h a graduate of the 1Kb class oi the city high t shoal', out! ha.- been connected with the Scutiuvcftcrn Hell Telephone Com- j Jnlin Elmer Workman, elm-si i-on of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Workman, will rcc.'-ivc his diploma frnni j tlu- Missouri Sclinol lor ihe Deal in exercises lo be held nt Fulton i:oi p t Tuesday morning. His p;u'- uils and brother, Jtnu°s Henry, and o miniuel 1 of friends plan to attend. 'Mr;. Jack Hushing anil Mrs. K. \V. MeCann here haslesses to a j .-•>ui;mc party for Mrs. H. lllcrs. ivho is moving avvay from Cuoter. I rwcnty friends went lo lliu thca- ' .cr in BlylhevllU'. and later, when I Mrs. McCann and Mrs. Rushing Invited Mrs. lllcrs into liornm's' Dviig Eton' uflcv the show, she uas (treatly surprised to llml- n sally lighted and decorated table .vith all hrv trinjrts Irom Cooler ealhercil around. Mrs. Dmolhy Hamrn presenled Ihe guest of honcr wllh handkerchiefs given ty her friends. Mrs. John R. Morgan who has teen dangerously ill Ihe past ' month with double piicuinciiln, Is ,-ery mucli Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Lcnurd Unssldy of Moriey, Mo., arrived in Hteele Friday to .Mic-ml .several days here n-; ijnest:; of the laller's parents, Mr. and Mr;;. A. J. Oveiturf. and otlirr relative:; ami Uiciuls, Tlu>y r;ime especially lo iitlcnri the fu- ::er;;I n( Charles York. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. A\r-\;mder t";ou of have rtiltinuxl from a visit wilh | tin- Cooler their dauphii-r. Mi 1 ;. James Wood-'ni^ht. I'm. a! MurlrccsboTO, Term. | Mr. Scahangh, teacher oi Mor- Kormer .'iii|it. II. L. lllert, and' Icy, altcntled to business in Coot- Moore;, who mnc by Miss Helen '111 be their guest iiys. Jolnv Eir Reynold Is convalbfc- ig rollmvllig- a tonsilectbmy per- ormcd 1 nt the Memphis- D'aptibt losptfai; several days ago: Moss Bryan will: have as Ills nests- for the weekend;. Altom H; Dnugan- and 1 Edward Martin/ of illtle 1 Rock. II should be light. But- after vegetable plate, the dessert should furnish actual, nourishment with milk and eggs. The dessert that can be prepared in Iho morning- and: luckcd ; into .',ie ice box'Until- wanted for dinner is popular witlr the cook and its chilled npiietl/.ing smoothness makes it all hunky-dory with the family. It's a good idea to use meat once a day during tlie summer months— •rod I think veal'Is one of the best summer meats; only, remember that It must be thoroughly cooked, never left rare or under-done, probably careless cooking is responsible for cheesecloth. Tic securely-and dro| Into water. Bring to the boiling point and add meat. Cook 'hare for ten minutes. : Then reduce lica •And simmer vmtil .tender, i\bou three hews. Cool ill the walei Remove meat from- stock and cu in neat pieces for. serving. Rcmov cheesecloth bag of seasonings fron stock. Roll meat- in Hour brown quickly 3 tablespoons lion 'in frying pan- in which meat wa browned, adding more, fat if nee Dream of Tahiti Idyll Shattered Hnrr.y Lampkin. of Holland, Is pending (tin weekend' witlv- his uinC, Mrs. Gcnrgc Carney, ami MY Carney. Mrs. Fred' ehlld is In Memphis .crtay. Miss Nannie Cliirk SmitlV, of Wlieallcy nnd Forrest City;, is Hie west of her sister, lifts, W. L. llcrncr, and family; for the wcek- lill.; . • f; Miss Sum- Sislrunk. of Forrdst -Ity, Ark., Is speudj^:; tlie weekend' with Miss Kntnryn Grear, Samuel P. NoiTls, who had -mmips and' tonsilltts sevcra .vceks ago, Is again til from these llscascs nt his home. Mi-s. M. G .Goodwtiv nnd her mother, Mrs. A. n. Fowler, were -ailed to Kails, Tenn.. toiliiy -because of the illness of Mrs. "Fowler's oldest son. Milton Fowler, vlicv hus pneumonia. Among" the out of' ;ou'iv people here yesterday for the funeral', of Howard B. Proctor were: Mrs. O. L. Bodeuhamcr of El Dorado, nrcs- ulcut cf the state American Lc- Auxiliary; Mrs. E. E. stan- for "sever,|l tllc tradttlon ln thls country "- 11 101. several ,,, n( |( . dtmcllll to d , g( , st Veal fricassee runs a closo second to chicken fricassee. All the preliminary cooking can be done I'iie day before so that it makes n good Simdny dinner dish or for any dinner tlint you want to • prepare short order. Veal- Fricassee Two pounds foreleg of veal. 4 cups water, 1 small onion. 1 blade of celery. I small carrot, bit of bayleaf, 1-2 teaspoon peppercorns, teaspoons salt, (lour; Peel but do not slice onion. Scrape carrot.and cut in quarters. Gut celery in half Inch pieces ami put these vegetables with bayleaf ami i>3J>percorns Into a sqnafe of cssary to make- 3 Uiblcsnoonful. Stir in stock in:.which meat was cooked and cook and stir until gravy boils 7 . , Pour over meat, garnish" with . parsley : and points of toast and .serve. Layered ' Strawberry 1'lc' One packase.'s(ra.wbcrry flavored [gelatin, 1 piht'.warm wate'r, 4 tablc- j spoons sngiir, • 1, cup", sliced strawberries, 1 baked 'a-inch pie shell. Dissolve gelatin • in warm water. Add sugar to strawberries and coni- bine with half,'of gelatin mixture. Chill until slightly thickened and turn into cold pie shell. Chill until firm. Chill remaining gelatin mixture until cold-'and syrupy, place bowl in pan ofjcrrtcked'ice. or water and beat with a rolnry boater until fluffy and thick like cream Pour over firm gelatin in pic sliell: Chill until firm. Garnish with cluster of whole strawberries. Serve broad noodles with the veal fricassee instead of Bnt- Icreu asparagus makes a petted second vegetable and a salad o sliced tomatoes garnished with balls of cottage cheese mixed wilh minced chives is perfect, too. ASSEMBLY OF GOT) CIUIIICH 7lh anil Ash Sis. Sunday schcol, 9:45 a.m. Morning service, 11, Jail service. 4:30 p.m. Jr. C. A. class, 5:30 p.m. Sr. C. A. class; C:3l) p.m. Evening service, 8 p.m. The Rev. and Mrs. Rhodes, pas- ors, are in a revival campaign in it. Louis. Willie they arc away, Jlss Ollle Hums, who is piisloi- 1:3 a church at Asliport, Tcnn vill lie In charge of the services everyone is Invited to attend oil; Cervices and especially hivited to Sunday school. \Vc have a line Sunday school with Mr. Johnnie Davis as superintendent. F1KST METHODIST CIIUKCIi Seventh ami Miiin W. V. WnmacU, Vaster Church school, 0:45- a.m. Churcli worship, 10:55 a.m. "Can .1 Regenerate Believer Be Sxist? will be the pastor's subject. Leagues. 0:45 p.m. Church worship, 1:30 p.m. ''The Flist Miracle" will be the sermon subject. Mid-week devotional servic" Wednesday evening at 1:30 o'clocl 1 AKK 8TKEET Bir.TIIODlST CHUKUH Vernnn E. Cbnlfaiit, jiaslor Church school. 9:45 a.m. Church worship, 10:50 a.m. Ser men by pastor. Youn<! People's League. CMS Churcli service, 7:3t p.m. Sermon subject, "What Kid Jesus Believe About tlie FrlureV" • Training class- in "Christiai Living," beginning Wcdncsda 7:30 p.m. The designation of "teachers' i pel" usually is anathema to slu- I ilenls, but vvlicn applied to Lilia i Argucdas of New York Univcr- | sity it i " . \ selected by processors of tlia' ! School of Commerce as their fay-j ! orito pupil. She's Iho daughter] of J. Arluco Arstiedas, Bolivian vice consul, ofjjji Paz, Bolivia.^ Atlherah Watson nt High school Friday; . . bcrg and Claude Brown, of Little Sock. Mrs. L. Sowcli: of JoneSccro: Mrs. Mercer Wayne, Mra. \. B. Bindllrsky, Mrs. A. C. Ward, of Lepnnto; Mrs. Joe Proc- lor ami son. Joe jr.. and Mrs. Premier's mother, of Parkin, AvK: Mr. and MVs. GlOud Proctor and inn. Jimmle. of Kansas city. Joe Burnett, Bill Ernest Bt\v- licit and Mr. and Mrs. liny Gra- LogrRdling And Inangirradon Will .Show Pioneer Days -.The third, episode of the Arkansas CentcnntaV pageant, to be' jresented at ' Haley Field the night of May 21, is devoted to ,hc' pioneer period of Arkansas listory. It consists of two scenes,lie first an old-time log rolling, the second (he inauguration of James B. Conway as the first ;overnor of the state. Fifty-live pupils or the Lange school will take part in the episode. Gregory Atkins will play the iiart of Governor Conway. His ut- tcndfiiits will be Ronald Brogden, Jack Dclk. Will Gwyn Stanton, Earl Walker and Buck Sanders. Others who will participate are: Bobbie Peterson. Mary Alyce Seay Sara Warrington, Marjorie Rimer Pauline Heath, Ernestine Halsell licsc Hollis. an honor, for she \yasj tcr. cousins and' uncles, ot ity. III. Mr. and Mrs, Proctor f;iiuH.v. wl!') have lived in Cooler '<-r 'ihnisday. [or live yi'iirs, m'overt In a [arm ' M,- s . G. C!. israr Illrv:; thai h v.'ork. ,1. B. Cape Giiardcan Friday. health hail become :n> he had to pivc up Mr. i have returned Travis and after several sons days ISunne anil l»«l [ visit with Mrs. Travis' mother, .school > Mrs. 1'carl Slew-nil of BlyUievllle, ' J. E. Cicrmnn. who recently nn- (icorgc \V. ; tin went an operation for removal will' remain afternoon. Clone until tomoc- Demonstration Club News Notes Characters Hiieh Atkins, Burks, Koush, ^foore, Wilbur Finis Shirley In Virginia reel: Bryce Layson, Guy Charles Imojean riarham, Cai-olyn Evrard, Hardy, Shady Ijanc Club. The Shady time Home .Ucmoi slration club met'at the home--o Mrs. W. A. Scott.Wednesday wil the 19 present including two ne members and 1 one visitor. After the business session, "Who's Who' 1 'contest was held wit thesfe i-esnlls: best club worker, Mr J. T. Hipp; best housekeeper. Mr I. Jumper; 'best .cook. Mrs. F. ' Dixon; best seaufstrcss. Mrs. i Gon;,bcsl gardener, Mrs. W. « Scott and Mrs. A, Sell; best poll try'raiser, Mrs. P. T. Dlxon; 1 rjjrsi with prettiest yard. Mrs. T. Campbell; happiest person,'MM. M-. Scott; wittiest p;r.von. M Chester Burks; neatest person. Mi .Peterson, Genildinc Henson, Jewel j I.orclta Foster; most FIUST CHRISTIAN C1IUUCU Carrell H. Cloyil, I'aslor niblc schcol. U:45 a.m. I. O. r estbrcok, superintendent. Morniny wcrshij:. 10:53. Sevinon What Are You Doing Here?" Evening worship. 1:50. Sermon, Moral Demands of the Machine <2e." l un^ people's meeting, C:30. Alt oung- people welcome. Council meethiif with Mrs. Don 'letcher at" Joinsr. All members re urged to- attend this mcctiii'j. Mid-week service Wednesday vcniug. 1:30. Subject "Why Go 0 Church?'.'.' Daily Vacation- Bible School be- ins Jim:; 1st. Two Methodist hnreheS; Presbyterian, and Chris- chnrches cooticrating. All hiklrcn from four to fourteen ,re invited to atlend. 'ILCilUill. LUTHERAN CIIUKCII H. Ji Rleindiensl', I'aslor Sunday school, 9 a. m. Morning worship. 10 a. m. Sernon theme: "The Triumphant Ihrist" .':,. ., .,,. Evening worship, 7:30 p. in, Sermon topic: "Purity of Heart." Sunday ' school teachers' meet- p|^n."'G'mld meets Thur V-.'JC y>: m. We ])i-cach« Christ and Him crucified. You' arc invited to hear this message'. . ' Tnhili. Iheir wonderful land ol dreams, becumt a land ol disil-j lusionmcnt to and Mrs. A. D. Hogan. shown hen- as llicy arrived in San Francisco on their way bad; to Pontiac, Mieti j The Hoguns. with Blr. and Mi-s.; Merrill D Walls, were principals in n double wedding, Uu- four then leaving tor the South Seas. "It was a paradise, tiul cash is necessary even in H paradise." explained the Hogaiis>, Teaches About Hell." Oilier regular services of the day arc the Sunday cliurcli scnool at, D-.'IS a. m:, and the Young People's and Intermediates' societies i\t G:-15 p. in. "Who FIHST K.H'TIST CIIUKCI! AValnut anil Hij;]ith Alfred Carpenter, 1'astor 9:SO' a.m. Sunday school. 10:35 a.m.. Worship service. Dr. Dow H. Heard, visit-ing pi-cacher. 6:30 p.m. Baptist Training Unions. CHURCH Or Till-: NA7/AHENE Vine & Second Sis. Sunday school, 0:45 a. m. Henry Rhylee, supt. Churcli. 11 n, in. Topic: Should Do Personal Work." N.Y.P.S.. 6:45 p in. Mrs. Criner r supt. ' ' Eva-iigbiislic '" servtce, -''8 Subject: "What Will Be the Basis of Percentage for Passing on the .Judgment Day?", by the Rev. Harmon Holt. ST. STEPH1-.N KPISCOr/lL CHliKCII C. K. Burke, pastor Holy Communion, II a. in. "He Ts Risen Alleluia." All are invited. France nnd Mexico now professional women jockeys. 7:30 p.m.. Worship service. Cow H. Heard, preacher. Dr. i Mr. McFal!, who is the -on of " Cccl: have returned to their home ; cf his lonsils at the Mlythcvlllc i:i T»sc;ilco:n. Ala., alter r-pcndiiiR } hr.spital, is iminwing rapidly. frvcviil ikiy.% In Slccle on bus!- 1 Mrs. George Burnett i-s visiting . tv:-^. | her parent.s in Bloomfield for sev- Klmi-r Wlicelcr o! tho arrival ot ;ui Mr: and Mrs. Joe Mcftll.'te nv| wwk - T!lc tnl> > Dialed wilh his lather hi the l!l p "Ji'V 'i'' grocery business. h "• II(lr rcll. To Have. Parly Knox Lyiton Webb jr. will cclc- fcfaic liis fifth birthday with i parly Monday alterncoii. 3-;ti o'ckck. at the home of his cms on Davis Avenue. J. Morris Moon Wins Mr. and Airs. Tyin- announce tf-i:o;md sun at their home last wick. The tnb'y has been given cr jr. merchant of Ty- h:is hccn in Ihe tilytheville liosv-ilal tor a week, undergoing fpcmlinu Ircalmriit. His condition ts \ory gur;>t of her much impioved and he i.s rxrjor.l- ! Tucker, and weeks. Mrs. Ed dice will leave soon to visit her parents In Detroit. Mich. Her father has been in b;id health for several months. Mrs. Ed Ashcrafl has returned t" her home in Ola. Ark., alter Home Economics Classes Observe Cotton Week Slntlenls of the home croumnic. classes <>[ the city high scMonl O b served National cotton \Vo"k ijj Riving a revue or dre.sscs made Iron coltoi, materials in a.^mbl <ia>. feevcoly girls took part in the program, \\caiing dresses aunle in class. j included in the revue were uniforms. dresses suitable for -scho}!. for active and spectator sjwrls weari street wear, afternoon auct evening! The materials were crash, prrcal"' pimie, linen, shanlunc!. rtlmlty. Hollis and Margaret Jean. Itinerant preacher: Bob "Mc- Lcori. Pioneers: Jewel Shook, Stella Southard. M. H. Anderson, Eddie U. FIRST 1'ItESF.YTBRIAN CHURCH Stuart H. Salmon, I'.-i-slor The Rev. J. P. Snipes, D. D., of Earle, will preach from the pnl- m't of this church In the morning worship service tomorrow in the absence of the Pastor at Earle for the Earlc High School Baccalaureate service. Dr. Snipes' topic is "The Man Who Reached Per Two Worlds and Lost Both." Or. Snipes is an able pulpiteer, Anderson, Leon Sloncr, ' ficd person, Mrs. Helen Windham and Miss Lorctln FosU.r; most popular person.. Mrs. J. T. Hipp; best L. I dressed person. Mrs. T. T. Camp- Rcvcll, JOG Stanfleld. ' Maxinc ! ^ s ^; best iiostcss, Mrs. Charles: Mi- Wnldrup, Maxine Wilder. Gerald; chad. Lambert, Edsel Harlior. Lcc Ora | Refreshments of sandwiches, cake McLcod, Mclba Lynn Walker, J, I !lll d iced tea were served with Mr.i. B-. Elder, Hnywood Ilaitly. Lillian i El(a Scott - Akcrs, Mary nunn, Mary Ellen Fri-J'Crawfprd, Prentis Holder. Glee "'.n McLc.od. . Indians: Thomas Watkins, Caret Seal; Olive Jones. Homer Seal,' lessie- rtevcll. Square dance: Lcroy nof.s. \\HI-i lam ArriniHbn. Uillie. Jarret Gil-i 'Drt Cowsert, Freeman Ccnowclh ' •-•»"-» -«-"-•. i""-"- »;••« - 1'-*" ur sn ,p(, 5 is an nblc pulpier, a Mrs. F 1 Dixon; prettiest p-ron. fonnc[ . Mo(icrator of both Prcsby- Mrs. Charles Michael; m o,t digni- Wrv antl Svno(( Rwj ° ',^ ^ t:card here before with pleasure ind profit. The Pastor will return in time for the evening worship service, at . 7:30. at which time he will bring | a message on "What The Bible KEROSENE W IN BARREL /C LOTS GAS 8c ^ MARTIN OIL CO, Sleek-, Mo. 2-i Ilnnr Service KVKUV DAY PRICKS Kodak nnishiirj—any size 8x vol', nnisiicd complete. 38c Post caul photographs, 2 for 25c or SI per dozen. Stair,;-,:;, (i for IQc. Wylie Picture Shop Acras.s From floxy Theatre J . ; , voile, organdy, batiste, tiw S i,, 8 . . - - - ••"• .^uiu- nam and j--,iocr seersucker. Cost of the garments ranged from B2 c"nts to $2.70. $2.70. The oil home over par-1 Ihe weekend. His him Fiiday alter- " Cooter. Miss Kubye liiis weekend of tomato .vote, w i u -n several days here as extracted, us used -in mam liicuiro sister, Mi's. John j ot line soaps, other relatives In' r* trUISC •liK-.vt I If well oi Wilson, Ark.. I. A. Hcpp'.'r 01 tills place altcndrcl to bLi.siness Mo.. 'IluivMila.v. !'; Cpn! Taylnr has returned . • ! alter several day;: visit with •I. Son-Is Moon, who is mMiior.ils :>nd relatives in Trancj-ser. charpc ol the radio elcparlmcnl' Mr:, uc.y Uurrciuchs of Parma ci Hiubard Furniture Co., has n vir-itint; her parents, Mr. and tccn awarded a. 12 day cruise Iran, Mrs. Jack Neil, and family New Vork clly lo Havana. CiibnJ tcvcral days. While here she and return. He wa.s one ol lcn ; Icing hnuared with a number of EclccieJ in the southern district by social evcnt.s. Before her recent Ihe Pinlco comaiiy for tliis trip. | nwri-inge she wa.s Miss Vernell He '.will leave .iiext Friday for Nell. Now York city,' where he" will- Mrs. Alt Wntson and children' 1 'spend a day or two before going ol Upanto, Ark., arrived in Coot-: en tlie'cruise. , - cr Friday to attend the gradua-:Courier Darker is siKnding In Caruthcrsvillc \vrth Mis. nussen Turnatie of Tallulah. La., who Is visiting her iu Jackson, iMunl.s, Mr. and Mrs. O. 15. Holly. Unices Krep Up Friendship nUBUO, N. S. W. (UP)—A shop- V,-cj)er here uses a p.'.V oi braces eveiy year to keep up somoUHns more than a pair ol trousers—a lor Iriciidship. Fifty-one years ago he oprncd Mis shop and his first- customer bought a pair of braces. Esch year thereafter another pair of braces was sent to the clerk and. when the shopkeeper died, hi; son continued the custom. Nc'.vs classified Ads Pay. Drs. Wcrl & Wcrt Over Joe Isaacs' Stors "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone 5*0 Knitting Classes Tuesdays &. Fridays 2:.10 P: M. ' ' linn ChickaKiHl),i IN'STRUCTtONS Vnvn? ORDERS TAKEN' TOR "HERNAT" YARN Mrs. Leslie H«r>tr Mrs. A. C. H.i!cy Phone 792 FOR DISTINCTIVB Jffi'AtlTY vSERVICK • Call 106 .•MARGiiRtTS . HEAlify SHOP Tngrani Bldg. MOONLIGHT EXCURSION Novelties— Fun—and Good Music TONIGHT ONLY GOLIESTOLTZ . . THE SHOW BAND OF DIXIE DANCE IN COMFORT IN THE AIR CONDITIONED BLUE ROOM HOTEL NOBLE

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