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Blytheville, Arkansas
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>/ < * »• • v PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) .COURIER'.NEWS. SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1930 COWER NEWS - -" TICKET 1 Admit E-.-E Rid'ngs Companion FLAPPER FANNY v • COPR.lH7BmASl«vlt[.lfe. T.M.IIK. . If. S FM.Qlt. RITZ, THEATER LINCOLN" —i J-= Social Calendar ' 'MONDAY'S EVENTS Wcman's Missionary society,--,- MeflfixJlst'church, meeting 2 JO o'clock at church Clr'cle' One, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meet mg 2 30 o'clock with Mis Flojd Simpson, Circle Two, Mrs E L Hale at Armorel, Circle Three, at church, Circle Four, Mrs Herboit Whftehead, Circle Fhc, at church, Circle Six, Mrs H L Chambers Woman's Council Fust Chi Mian church, meeting 2 30 o'clock with Mrs. M Fftzslmmcns Worrian's Auxiliary, First Pfcsln- terian church, ha\1n§ Bible study lliree o'cl&k at church TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs Don Smith entertaining Tuesday Afternoon club Tuesday Contact club mcelln with Mrs B F Potter WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs O W McCutchen enter taming Town and Country club THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mr and Mrs Maurice Luttie and Mr and Mrs A H Wallai entertaining Club Informal, nh o'clock at Woman's club Mrs Ivy W Ciawford haul I Double Four Bridge club I FRIDAYS LVENTS Exccuthc boaid, Woman's MIs- I sionarj Union First BaptVst chinch, i meeting 2 30 o'clock \\lth Mrs Leslie Moore 1 [oners Bride -tied • At Luncheon in Memphis Miss Marjorle Warren cnlerlalncd with a luncheon at the Hotel Pea body In Memphis jesterda.y in honor of hei cousin, Mtbs Mildred Wnr- rcn of Halls, Tenn, bride-elect el Da\id Nunn, of Halls Guests at Iho lunchebn were members of the bridal pnrlv who will attend Miss Warren at the ceremony Thuisday Mlsi Marjone Warren is to be maid of honor • • * College S Indents and Bits of News Mostly Personal* Deceives Degree From VaudcibUt Jackie and Jane HanccCk, chl drbn of Mr. and Mi's. J. L. Han cc'ck underwent tonsllcclonilcs to day at the Walls hospital. The conditloix Is very good. - The Rev. Eupha D, Beasley, pa lor of the First Church of t Na-/afcne, will return Monday ffi Tuscalcbsa, Ala., where she • )>' been conduct'ln'g an jfevant'cjls'tlc service . Mrs. Cornelius G. Shcrcr spent Wednesday hi Memphis. ... Mrs. J. F. Mntth'c'ivs and Miss Helen Louise Wicker of Stpblle, Ala,, arc visiting Mrs. T. B. Harris. Miss Betty. Kiatthews will n'ec'om- l)'nny them home. , . , Thomas PntCer'spn left last night for Loiig Beach, Calif., vtflcfc he is stationed with Ilic United States navy. He lind spent, 10 days here with his parents, Mr. arid Mrs. •George W. Patterscn, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandefur returned last night from Columbia, io., where they visited Mr. Sande' CHURCH KEWS RS'j' I'RESBVt BRIAN' CHURCH James A. Ovcrhblser, minister Sunday school, '9:45 a.m. Morning worship", ,11 .Ser on topic: "Seeing Through Otlftr yes." joiner, ad- „ from Ihe Bible: "Not cv- admitted. ry one that sallh unlo me, Lord, Mrs. w. r. ^voVa, 'shall filter Into the king-1 milted. ;om of heaven; but he that rioeth he will of my Father which Is n heaven.' 1 Matthew 7:21. The Lesson-Sermon also Includes Hie following" passages fom the minnows. Day and night. Christian Science textbook, "Bel- uu ' u "° K lth 411 No 6l u. 24pkl cnce and Health with Key to the B. L. KCiin, ?u TOO LATB TO CLASSIFY Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: ristians art under" as direct .For Safe 4 rooms with Pc'ople's meeting, 6 p.m. t the home of the Rev. an'd Mrs nines A. Ovc'rliotscv, 115 East Ken- uclly 'avenue. Max Harrison, lead Evening worship, 8 p.m. Sermon pplc: "Phlllppi, the Joyful Church." Mid-week service, Wednesday, :30 p'.riT. . Choir practice, Wednesday 8:15 .m. Vacation church school closing exercises, Friday 10 B.ih. Sunday school picnic Friday, 4 rin'. at Walker Park. i^iUiLQiicuia n» v vnt\n,t «\«j •-•-• i orders now, as they were then, to 213 E. Kentucky. . —----,, be Christlikc, 16'possess the Christ bath. Newly papered and naini- splVl't. to follow the Chrlst-exain, cd .'$2<X) down paynitfn . remalndci ,16, aiVd to heal tlVc sick' as well to include principal, in erest, '.. .... « ,/>o I .....i lav,™: itivablc nioinnty mciuuu |iiinv*i/>* siirance and taxes, payable monthly like rent, Harvey Morris, plKne 128 or 50C. '-- its the sinning." Page 133. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh and Ash Streets S ; . A.-MerrHf, fcistor 8:30 a.m. Radio program. 0:45 a.rii. Sunday schcbl. - . Vl;00 a.ill. King's Musical Messengers frb'ni London,- Brig., will mZXSSto&Z*- W "' 1 ^rythfr* for yom tainrnent and comfort. ., iir's parent's. "Hey! Cluistcn it easy! Qliis boat's gotlri kisl u's.All summer. Osceola Teacliers Attending 4 Summer School Or Traveling OSCEOLA, Ark lime 24—The emnflcs and Latin instriiclor, ,,„ U1 Osccu'la teachers will doing graduate study at jne Un ("he degiee, in colleges and ^Cl<a> of Missouri, while Mi Urns S Mimmei ftltli the Louise PressbU. Is allendlng West Hussell.f Whft,- Like father and grandfather b ore Him L. E. Cooper Jr., sou and Mrs. L. E. Cooper of Cooi- « Mo graduated from Vamier- biit University nt Nashville, Tenn,, on .June' 14 with a B. A. degree. Young Cooper is a member ol Ihc Phi kdppi Psi social fraternity and life Phi Chi medical fra- icinHy and intends to .complete .1 medical course at Vanderbllt. His Grandfather, Dr. T. S. Cooper FlilST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at SiiitVi Ceo. W. Tadcrsoii, minister 9:45 a.m. Bible school. W. O Geurln, superiiUenderit. 11:00 a.m., worship, commnhlbi and preaching. "Tlie New testa lent church—Philippi" will lie tli ci-inoii theme. 7:45 p.m., worship and preaching. An Enemy for Telling the Truth" vlll .be the Iheme of the" serihon. We most cordially invite the niblic. Strangers in our city cspe . She was en route to Mfllden, j nation.. '' . ..Mrs. G'ordoh Lee^ and SoYi, S(u- ai't, of nayUiia Bench, Fla v . who mve spent 10 day's hero with. Mr. and Mrs. Rodnoy L. Banister, left ycslcro'a'y Wi' Pittsb'lifgh where lliey will visit friends fcr two weeks' Stuart will then cfiler Camp Kon .O icwee near •Pittsburgh. Mrs. Lee wilt go' lo New York City to mee Mr. Leo on his arrival lr:m x Cape Town, (South Africa, wjic're U has spent tlie piist year. They wll spend six weeks In' the 'North; ant Knsl before returning to' Dayton Beach-. . ' • Mr. and Mrs. L/C. Brady, hav c,ty son, Ujtn-c^ I— economics rue'membeis of Ihe faoultj ^111 parents In Rws*BvUIo, Ark do gradnale work at Peabody Col Andeiscnvvas given U.e la Icje, Nashville. They E W montlu, 'leave of absence from the Graduates lied ranoaies ^omi,...^...... College students and high school of uie graduates *ho are members of tnc minor in music, first Methodist chirch were com- high school pri: pllmentcd at a paits given last his luclor Mis night at the church by inemoi^ nflh grade ^t a r\o»i,o«ric.*c, ^ = fa^ to complete her dlrecloicf the glee club who will MA degree at Hie Umversll./ 01 icccUehisMA degree at Ihe end icmiesscc, , or ! e first summei tenn svilh his' Miss Dorothy Starr i»»'°'' E»S- maor In Industrial ar.s and « lish Instructor, .and Miss Hto he J - - f. r ^.__^^ /~il«inm : nvirtiarv lpnt>llPr. Will \l iCEEE :inlly invited. We'll try •on glad you can'ic our way. o Knoxvlilc, Tenn., ts spend a fe\ ccks wiili -her father, F. C. Simp Mrs Fred Han n'a and son. Fred f have returned frcm a western rip. They .-wcnt-lo California by lie southern route going into Old Mexico and other prints of interest and returning the northern a , Mo orc, Clee.c, primary teacher, .will vlsl English the New York World's Fair and M £ nnlU clhcl :, )0 int s of ^ interest in U e, , 'cU 5tol EBS [ Jliss CntHerlhe Harwell,' mil- night at the church by n emuU, ntlti gmd ' tmc »« "^ ^ slc l(>I , clVor , plnfts a wcs tern tour. JVM . nim ,»».". *-*• "• ------ * . . , as their guests over .the weekcn Mrs. Brady's aunts, Miss * Rut Dressier, Miss Kale Dres.sler j\n< Miss Phyllis Dressier of \Ve Plain's, 'Mo. Miss Rose Lc'e qayle also of West Plains and sister of Mrs. Brady, accompanied them licre, but she will remain' to spend the 'summer. The party had been vacationing In St. Louis, but stop- pcd licfe 'lor a visit before rflurn- ing lionie. , . -Jnmc's Bridges, of Walnut Ridge, came last night to spend the weekend here wlih Prestoii Ramey." He is to be best man in, Mr. Ranicy's wc'iWlno- to Miss Hob'erlh Cloycs in Paragould tcniorrow. Mf. Rrimey and his two slst'Crs, Miss Sue Ra- rente through Salt 'Lake City and places in Utah where they wenl through the Mormon' temple. In California they spent a week at Santa Monica Beach .in Los Angeles b'etcre going to San Francisco where they attended the exposition. They -vvcrc accompanied by Mrs. Hnmia's mother, Mrs. W. C. W hit- field, and sister, Miss. Louise Wnit- fielrt, arid brother, Marshall Whitfield nil ot Lonoke. Patricia Orr, of College Stathn Tex., has arrived to- spend FiiiST MEi'aonisT CHUiicii Corner Main and 1th E. B. Williams, minister Church school—9:45 a.m. S. K Garrctl, superintendent. Morning worship 10:55 o'clocl Service broadcast over KLCN. An them,' "Praise the Name, of tli Lord."—Feafis. liless'agb, "Will Va lies Return'?'" . . . Evening worship, "7:30 b'clqck : Message—"Tlie .Glamor of Chrl tianit'y"—the last of a series of se riion's from the Lord's Prayer. Cbrtio and bring the whole fai "v. The Young people will meet Jllll" I" 1IC II1VI ll»»'t) "^* ..»—... • 2':30 p'.m. Men's prayer" meeting. 0:30 p:m. Junior Ch'f 1st Afnba'ssadors: . ' • L 6:30 p.m. Senior Christ Ambassadors. ' . . 8-00 p.rti. Evangelistic' scYvicc. The public is invitdd to attend cur services. LAKE STREET METlWtolST ' CHUKCil F. M. Sweet, pastor fl:45 a.m. Church' schcol. 10:45 a.m. Preaching service. 7:00 p.m. Young People's meeting 8:00 p.m, .preaching service. : 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, prayer scr- ice. . . Children of the Vacation Bible chool will have charge of the de- ;ollonal serace at the Sunday school hour. Witch Society Pa f * (M CoHri«r Newi t f « Free Show Go«t» CHURCH" OF CHRIST Dcnton M. Neal. minister Lord's Day service's: 10:00 a.m. Bible stiidy. l-i;00 a.m. Morning worship. U-.45 a.m. Communion. 8::00 p.m. Preaching.; Wednesday's services': 8:00 p.m. Song service and buil'y broadcast' over Monday and Saturday from. to 12-30 o'clock and Sunday icir 45 p.m. Fellowship hours at the church •om 5:00 to 6;30 p.m. and from :30 to 9:30 p:m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible study. Thui-sday 7:30 p.m. Choir prac- summer hero her grandparents,''Mr', and'Mrs. R. I. Hales arid her grandmother, Mrs. W. P Orr, 'arid families. of the church in brightly colored vases u . ,,«^.n pottery, and cloths nnd napkins in vivid Mexican <je slim emphasized the foreign moiu c,f the parti Refreshments ol punch and cooies were served irence and will attend crs Coilcj'e Rhode/ faculty last year Is spend! Te aummer a minsus oiui^ Atnv,,- •, ........ — -- - •- . for the sec'iid term ca-le, Tenn. Mr. Reiser is an er Collce or e se , . . tc Innin July 4 Miss Maiy Alice j I em phoUeraphcr and has set up Stephens *li: is a member of tlui n studio at the cauip and will do West Ridge high school faculty, is cllstom developing and Illustrative imch and cooirs were SMV*" Wc ,i rtiuje uign scnoui muuuj, •= custom developing and musir Members of the coannlttec «nol a t conway for the first half of the u v |,,.; U i on i ng i n M r school . « or K a affnn weie M r ? summer te.m in the same schoopl White Miss Pauline Lee, IclTaepberd, Ml-* VM^ Taylor and Miss Dorolhy Goodrich Miss Ruth Williams To Wed Di. J. R. Pmio n OEOFOLA, Ark, June 21 -Anil uncement cf the marriage or Miss- Euth Williams, DrKei. to Di John Robert Pinion of CariUh- crs\ Hie and New Madrid, Mo, w.i s , ' immer teim in inc same sunuuui ..,-.., Miss ChrHine P liidexlcr ninth-1 Cmnberlands. mcy nnd Miss Eloise Hartley,. and Mr. Bridges will go" Ci Parngdulil tonight for a wedding rehearsal. The Misses Ra'tney \VI1V remain tor the night as the guests of Miss Hope Wade, who formerly lived here. ' . i)r. and MIT,. Paul L. Tiptou and son, Dick,- returned .yesterday from San Antetrib. Tex., where they had spent a few weeks. En route home, they stopped for a week in Hot Sleele-Cooler Society—Peisonal Hnstrs.s (c ISrlilgc Mrs cielus Bnllcj and Mis Ncc'lIcVvork IIcipB flier MARTINEZ, Cal. (UP)-Hafr think t'oimg people will meet .,.„' t 3 . 15 O ' c i oc k. •ospectlvp departments atj'- •_._ ST STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH ,ce. , Slicrman tj.f Portlainl. Ore,, thAt staiuiard aviation cquipmen should .include a sewing kit, H made nn emergency landing her owing lo a ripped wing, but mai aged' lo borrow a needle an thread frcm a housewife, sewed up the damaged wing and hopped off again. " ; Bible Travels 11 Years LOS ANGELES (UP)— When the famous "traveling Bible" sent out ' FIRST BAPTIST ClftJHCH Wiilfi'nt- at Eightli Rev. AlfrcB Carpenter, pastor Sunday: £1:30 a.m. Sunday school. ; 'V ;, ci ' lv 10:40 a.m. Graduation exercise- Special music: Duet—Mrs. Russell Farr, T. H, Hayncs; Solo^-MIss Clco Ganier. Commencement, scr- mon—Dr.- N. R. Driirimiohd of Nashville, Tcmy 1 -.'. ' ' : "i>:30 p.m., training Union. '' 7:30 p.m., Preaching service— Special music. Sermon—"Eternity, What It Is and Where Will You Spend It?" Baptismal service. Matthew A. Curry, prkst-m-diarg 10:00 a.m. Sunday scho:!. 11 -00' a.m. Morning service. W W. Prcwllt, of.Osceola, lay leadei FILGHIM, LUtHEEAN CHirftCH II. J. kleindlcnsl, pastor 10-45 a.m. Sunday school. There will be no preaching sen - tomorrow as'.the past:-r is out Saturday INCU SAWS »ll *SIS... AGAINST Cede of the TttY'M UNCU SAWS »!«*>»« OF DEFINSY...AGAINST C*IMII « mi • i n hr t r IU •«€!.'.» RONALD REAGAN , DD ii »ov, '' Iso cartoon * serial "Buck Kag' ConiinnVms sh'bw. Admission till 5:00 p.m. lOc & 26c After 5:00 p.m. 16c Si Sic Sunday * Monday At The Hostftal* -: - ' - "Jati Blythevillc Hospital ";..: Mrs T-nf Boyctte,-city, dismissed Miss-Hazel Gurlcy, city, dismissed Miss Virgmia Johnson,- city, ad- Vednesday: All-church night. 7:00 p.m. Departmental meet- by 'the R, made Uus week. b> Mr and Mrs R( ,i ph Hall were guests of Mis A <a nnrt cUlcrs tuok j on n A F Williams of Drhcr, pirenli H arb"rl """Bens « llc " sl ]^. c " te :Sf om " Wednesday and visited her In n large variety of cut nowcrs. The • high score prize went to Mrs. James L. Cassidy. bunco to Mis Sidney Miller Jr., traveling jimco to Mrs. Tom .-Lewis and lo » tcofc lo Mrs. Bill Russell. The hostess served chocolate sundaes and nngol food cake. * * * Llitl'c Miss Joan Ar.bill of Wardell sfieiH' the first "of tills week here as giicsl of i her cousin, Miss Belli Thoinasoh. .Mis. Thelriia and others took Joan ey Springs. Willie there,' Mrs. Tiptcn and Dick . motored to Pine Bluff -lor a few days. Spurgcon Patters:n of Jackson, Miss., cam'e yesterday lo visit Mrs. Patterson and daughter. Vivian, who are tlie guests of Mrs. W. T. Obcrst.. He will visit other relatives iiere before returning home lo- of the bride The ceremony was talned her ': performed December 11 1838 |hcr home on B'th the bride nnd gr om arc we ek prominent in sochl circles in rhc high score pn?e Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Mrs Robert Stecle Jr and Missouri score went to Mis Hall — I The iiostess served i levels New York Cltv ICTli the list yi.uc vith the most laxlcabs of an> cltj | ... in the v,orld with 12,131 London rfins second with 1811 Wa,r 8 Ave Ull \ms ^en.s."^ and Mr, John T. KliiJ Chapter, No. 310 ••Eastern Slar of Columbus, O., on Alls. M, 1025, reached here, t: •visit'the local cliapler," It had traveled m:re than 108,000 miles It'il's valued at $20,000. From here tli6 Bible was sent on to Idaho. 'Election day Is not a nallona holiday in the United States. went to' low Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Cooper and son, L. K. Jr., will leave Monday , oil a month's vacation which will ! be spent In the West. They will j go by Dallas. Fort Worth. Grand Canyon to California, where a vis- c it to the World's fair In "-'" iss nicviuit; Hostess at liiinco 11 ranclscO will be made, Ihe home Miss Margaret McClure was ho. via Oregon. Yellowstone Park and Miss Ul 1VM> • Dr. A. M.. Washburn relurne: yesterday tD Little Rock after li Ing attended to business here several days. He Is director of Ihc communicable disease division of the Arkansas State Health dcpart- MIES Winifred Crawford, who is employed In Lltilc Reck, is spending Ihe weekend here with her pi rents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ivy W. Cm» ford. Mrs. Rupert Cratton, who has been ill of a sinus Infection for a week, is now home. Bullitt : Paris Bound ngs 7:30 'p.m., Mid-week service. 8:30 p.m., Choir rehearsal. BAPTIST CHAPEI/, tilly St. 8:30 a.m., Sunday school. t JvILSS iVlRIgu i ct, I>IL^>IUH; i^ «.i *>" • The average'cost' of an autnmo less lo he. Jollv Fight Bunco club Deliver, 1938 was 5.183. as com ' of Cootei at the home of Mrs. Miss jiii^- . Helen Frances Buchanan, Bar- dur,ng 1914 IVoo \\Ho ?><oj, ao \tw »'• uviu.i.- — • tverage cost of $1115 Tom lewis Thursriav exenmg Hie home was attractively decorated Four Enleis Summer Camp . i • i in w r**rrr_*s&w?-W!~v?i. ._ ' \ Rushing, who has Uara Monaghan and 1 i been attending summer session cf A & M. college at Jonesboro. arrived Wednesday for a,visit with her mother. Mrs. C.iisy Rushing. Mrs. Buddy Anderson of Blythe- villc was hero the latter pnrt oE tlie week visiting her mother. Mrs. Lhuiie Brooks. Haljih Jcnes and Lynn Vaughn will go to suud..y to nttend the wedding of the ler's sister, Miss Clco Vaughn of lor itnw iuin v»v,.. who is an associate land apprn'.er for the Interstate Comniorcb mission and ,wllo bcrn sUilioncd In . several days ago lo visit Mrs ^"f ney before going to Ncv where he lias beeii Mrs. Pheeney and Mrs will return in two weeks. Mrs Homer waitus nuu ^"«', Mr, and Mrs. P. ^- obbie. and Mrs! 1-. 13. Waters Mrs . M. T. Moon were in Mempos relatives In Caruthcrsville jyeslerday to be with MI«. \\ i , ,_.. „.!.A le h\ Inn i Memphis, who will be married lo Hugh West, also of Memphis, tit the home of her parents. Mr. and rs. Albert Vnuglin. They arc .ill rmcrly of-cooler. Mrs. Homer Waters and son, , Soil "Baptism" t\t\i BKRL1N (UP) — A pastor of the Nazificd GCnnaiii Christian church I a baptism dropped a pinch ol oil on • Ihc baby's head. Other lit Farm leaders ^ot the future, four rcprcwntallvcs of 4-H clubs wal I"'-"through jxirWs* of annual 4-11 «immir <iimp .it I'llomu, W.isl I*** ington, D.' ! b.^ Delegates were chcsen in lecogmllou ol outstandu r,.'" l > ' '',,v\ l vj5fi4rIcaHural records In their states cslerday afternoon. rasters cf the church arc ising soil at "baptisms." also Hostel's Grow in I'-isl BOSTON (UP)—There ate now „,,,„„ „ 75 Youth Hostels in New Knglaud. • Hone. Fort Smith and lC:uis^s Cilv. extending as far notlh as Jeffer- I MO. Vocational agricivltiirc tcaclicrs son, Vt.. and Portland, Me. FIRST CHDKCH OF i'HE NA7ARENE Enpha D. Beasley, piistnr 0:45 a.m. Sunday school. Noble llcCullar, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning" worship. Scr- mcn by the Rev. Harold Thompson: 1:00 p.m. N. Y. P. £. Mrs. Mildred Mayo, spinsor. 7:45 p.m Evening worshsip. The Rev. Harold Thompson will preach CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES 116 S. Broadway "Christian Science" is Ihe subject of Ihe Lesson-Sermon which Will be rend in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday,. June _5, 1030. ' The Golden Text is "Sing, O licavcns; and be joyful, o earth; and break forth into singing, O mountains: for the Lord hath comforted -his people, and will have mercy upon his afflicted." Isaiah •19:13. Among" tlie citations, which comprise the Lcsson-Scrinon is the .«.Jolmsc'i,city, admitledV Mrs. Hefschel Ballard, city, -admitted. . . . Walls Hospital A T Earls, Lilbou'rii. .admitted. Bobby Chiles,' city, admitted. Jackie Hancock, city, admitted. jane Hancock, city, admitted. Mrs, C. W. Glenn, city,, admil- C Jessie Merle Richardson, Luxora, a( Mr Annie Ci,mpl:n, dismissed. Volllc- Edward Pascbia, , ,. Patterson, cltj, lucmpnis' Baptist Hospital! • Eugene Johnson, Luxora, admil- Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs. W- F. Welch, Cahithersvillc Complete Line of WESTlriGHOUSE ELECTRIC Ranges and Water-Heaters WALPOLE'S ELECtRIC SHOP 110 S. Second ' Phone 31-1 Also Paramount News & Comedy Continuous show Sunday \dm bunda> All Daj 16c & i&r Mm. Monday Mat. lOc. & -26c Admis Siondiy Nijhi 16c 4 36e »»»»$»! FRIDAY. JUNE 30 200 GOOD REASONS Why y'piv sKnulfl attend ttie show Siatince or Night went lo Hardy enter Kamp mote red over Malt Moniiglian Jr - . „. Mr and Mrs. John A. Riceni-y and Mrs. Phccncy's mother. Mr, j 0 woodbufn, left today nom for New York city. Mr. Pliccn.v Coolcy who Is .in the Mcthodis hospital there. She is rcslin? well following a Umsilceloiny performed yesterday morning. Freeman Robinson, vocational *?,- riculturc teacher in trie city hi?h school, will leave Monday for Fay- eltcvlile where he will enter the University ot Arkansas to work on his master's degrte. He^wlll enroll in a three weeks' marketing tour which will lake him to MoivUccllo. | over the state are chartering I bus for the tour. . — I UU^ 1VJI IJ 111 " w>" Scheduled airlines In the 'United Misa Anna L. Hardesty of Tro,-. ,„.., much a >OUHB 'ady now ond vei\ nuuh a \voild liavelor, A'nVi'b UulliU, daughter of ,u. 5. ^m..» - ------ i j , , •"","•,•,'", ,j Ambassador to France, William Slates had 345 airplanes hi opera- Mo'., arrived lasl night to sucnrt Bullill, again turns eyes to tlon during 1938, using 45,310,19:! Icn days here as . the guest of r ns s , lc S;li , s abortr (i Queen fiallons ot gnsollne and 829,870 gal- i Mrs. Charles Eubanks. 1 ^ „ iollowing American "visit ions of oil during that period. Ms Virginia Simpson has gone la •*. . • •• • • •'I,«hking for the best in town to have cloihts Iain- dtrcrt? J recommend BLY- THEVVl.LK STBAM l,\VK- ft-RY—the place for Salisfctc- 'foVy work. THcir prices are reasonable, to"o." Jorning :Sooii: jnly Angels Have Wmsts jOrifcssions of a Nazi Spy Stagecoach On Borrowed Time Subinnali of Mountics Sun Never Sels Invitation to Happiness ' Jua'f e'z' .. . .... . ROXY Artmlnslnn always • M»Unee« rri.-S . * 2Rc Friday - Saturday For Better Laundry and Dry Gleaning STEAM LAUNDRY Alsd cartoon-&•serial "fx>rie Saoj- cr Klrles Again." Continuous show Saturday. Sunday-Monday Doctor' with John Carfol • KVish. Also.Fox Ncffs & Comedy

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