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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 5, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ABK.) COURIER NEWS foT ^v* ^HES A Happy Family, This'Royal TlirccsMnc, COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Admil Mrs. K. M. Woods and companion, 400 NorlU Fifth St. —10 t;i&— HITH THEATER —lo see— "THE BARONESS AND THE THE BUTLEK' 1 [ F • FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia -—corR. wiBXwCASrBviet.we. i.w m. en.- iT Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Executive Board ol Woman's Auxiliary of (he First Presbyterian church meeting at 2:36 o'clock nt I church. Woman's Missionary Union of i First Baptist church meeting at j 2:30 at church for business and i social meeting. j Mrs. P. L. Engler entertaining the St. Stephen's Episcopal Guil.1 j at 2:30 o'clock. . I Mrs. John C. McHpney having' the Mission study group of First Christian Church at her home all 2:30 o'clock. ' f ' Woman's Missionary society of tile First Methodist church meeting at 2:30 o'clock nl church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. W. Leon'Smith. ! Mrs Jesse Taylor entertaining Hie Young Matroii's cliib. D. A. B. having luncheon m'et- ine with Mrs. P. D, Joyner al 1:00 o'clock. '•'.'.**.•• WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Ladies' ' Bible; Study of , Church of Christ meeting.with Mrs. Ben- nle Cook. , Delphian Fine Arts meeting al 0:30 a. m. at /lotel Noble. Wednesday Bridge ciub meeting with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mis. B., A.. Lynch entertaining the Mid-Week Bridge club. Thursday Lvineheoii ciub m;ct- ing with Mrs. Ross D. Hughes. Business Girl's Circle of the Woman's Missionary Union of ^h'sl Baptist church meeting nl 'church at 7:30 p. in. Mrs. A. T. Cloar entertaining Thursday Afternoon club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. G. G>Caudill. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. BUI II. Secoy, formerly ol hrre but now of Jones- toro, were licrc last nlghl to al- nd (he wedding ol Miss Virginia na "«: vnj-wmi: UIUICH mmus. -inc 5;jre Smilli of Jonesboro, and Al workers will lunch together at Warncke, of Pine Bluff, which wa.s solemnized ut'the First Meth- (ilst churcli by (he Rev. a. Lynn Warnekc, ulster of the groom Miss liiilh Cherry of Jonesboro and Harold Schnec. Mrs. Paul Brown went lo Ken- iclt yesterday for a brief visit with her mother, Mrs. c, R, ^lumley. ' Mra. James B. Chirk has re '- .urncd from Little Hock where "I don't like licr very much—she acts so affected." "You wouldn't like her at nil'if you'd ever seen her act' natural." bro ve women hc ch " rcl1 by " ie ™" Masons' To Have Supper Meeting Thursday Night Churclies rciircscnlcd in Zone Three were: First Methodist •hurch of Blythcville, Lake Street, church, Ynrbro, Promised Land, A sujiper meclliiB at .wliteh,work M. R. Branson as co-hostess. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Literary Department of Womnn's , club meeting.iat club-house at 3:00 o'clock. • >'-..-.}, ; -, ,• • • * Churches Observe World's Day of Prayer.' muni], isuuru, i roimscd Lanci, rl ™ — — Cell, Manila, Leachville, St. John ' m tllc Meters Degree will be glvci. Luxcm Osceolu. Reiser, and Lone ^ l )asl "lasters of Blythevllle nnd (other lodges In this section Is tlie proBram planned by tho .Chlcka- ::awba Lodge No. 134. F. As A. Marcus for Thursday night. The sup- prr will, lie cnvcd nt the linll nl 7:30 o'clock. The Most Worshipful Gran:! Master cf the Stale of Arkansas along wit'i other Grand Lodge of- ficcrr, and repicr.enlntlvcs from CiCcola, Wilson, Maniln,, Leach- vlllD, Huffman and Citnithersvllle are expected to be present. The meeting tins been Arranged for the bnfit of R cllcgntlan from the Murlon, 111.. Masonic Lodge, which hall expressed a desire lo Oak churches. This group will meet ut Prom- i.«d Land In June. • * * Hcvc Cla-s Meeting Mrs. W. A. Slicknlmi gave part cf the 139tli Psalm us the de- \::io»ai when the Ladies' Bible of Die First Methodist church „, .. ---- . ----- tiuhi uj un.' rust IMCIJIOUISL cntircn United Daughters of Confederacy i mct , i ns t n i Bhl nl tho ho:11e 0[ e at : 2:30 p. m. at home of I Mrs. V..M. Brlsler with Mrj. Dan tt ^ C L C ] ark w . lth Mrs A -iDunl(i!i as co-hostess. Mrs. Sallic Hublcr presided over ).'?o business meeting nncl prayers were offered by Mrs. T. J. Cromter ' . . . aud Mrs. I,'ee Armstrong. 1 HKST METHODIST CHURCH H t Lynn Wade, raster March is "Go to church" month. We Invite all our members and frleniis lo join In the procession lhat is going lo chinch during the I.-jiitcn perbd, from now until Faster. Uo not wait until Easter to malcc your annual pilgrimage to church, tut march to church in! .\farcli this year. Al the 11 o'clo:kj hour there will IK special inii.'jlc and brief Communion message by the pulor and Holy Communion; { dismissing i)romptly al 12 o'clock ^o thai our people may engage In the tlly-wldc church census. 12:45 o'clock. At (he evening hour we observe Ycimg People's day. The YOIIIVJ ' dlwellon of Hubcncr, will have charge of s to )« their guest speaker. FIKST Oilmen OF TIIK NA'MKENK Kupha f). Bcislty, pastor V 8:4S a.m. Sunday school. Noble McCullar. superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. Ser- subiect, "How Cornelius JJc- V -%.~ 'vuk.a ITlltiV IIJVJII ouk/JC^L', A1UVV ^Ul she attended a. mccllng of the colved the Holy Spiiit." tncmorlnl chapter and the T j 'Ilnirclilll chapter of the United of the of thb y Couch At Sylvester Ludwig, general secretary of Nazarene Young People's society, will-bring the message. He will be assisted in this service by District 1 F Brewer Mrs Ben Ell nerintendent Holland London, of ie nev. and Mrs n'xvnn Lt "' e Rock ' Arkl We e "^nd n cor- ' dial invitation to all to attend Ihese services. he Industrially." Mrs. W. ..„, ., Hamia, Ihe nev. and Mrs. Wado, and Mrs. Wade's sister, Mrs. H. E. Curcton. of Conway', were in Dycss colony yesterday afternoon for the purpose of organizing a Woman's Iviisslonoi-y Society nt the Methodist church there. Mrs. Brewer, ns zone lead tr. was In charge of the organization of ' the society of which there we iv i.-lmrter members Paul Brown, who came here from Penney store, will leave Wednesday or Thursday tor. i'aducah, Ky'.. where he become assistant manager of the store there. The new position is a promotion for Mr. Brown, who will be joined by his family in Iwo weeks. Ho yill be replaced here by W. L. Boyd of Snrlnglicld. Mo., who will arrive Eimday, ncconipnniecl by Mrs Boyd. Miss Fra Wright and brothel- Ira, of Csceoln, were called to ' Ihclr grandmother. Mra " Mollls Reed. Mr. find Mrs. T. J. Burke have returned from a brief visit" ii Shaw,; Miss,, where they were Kiicets' of ' Mrs. Burkc's -mother j •- «Durlng" the social hour'wliicli followed, the hostesses served a de.s- "- 1 - l "^ '» ii "> ij > ii «> *\mp. inn un. iiii:!i>ii3. u. \_». \joiuer. 'iney were nc- r,ert course to tho 17 nicmbiys nnd 'Marlon lodge was organized iihnost coni]innled home by Mrs Collier, three visitors who wrs present. The »'>""''"•"'"»•"•'•-"~ - - — - -••' »•'•••= n ' < •- •- rec " tc Arknnsns work put on. The, MH. 1 J. G. Collier. They were nc- iiindrcd years t!:e n ;;liitc. is church with several churches In the cily participating. 1 Mrs. Marlon Williams was lead-1 cr of the.* program which was opened with the Doxology. This was followed by n talk on Dulce. New Mexico, by the R«v. Eupha D. Beasley, pastor ot the First Church of the Nazarcne. .Tlie next number, "The Church's Charter of Fellowship." was presented by the first' Christian church, ifrs. I. O. Westbrook jr. was the leader, and the response was made by members of the • chiirch. Vocal music was provided by Mrs. Paul L. Tiplon and Mrs. George M. Lee, who were accompanied by Mrs. Murray Smart at the orgin. Mrs. B. R. Allen was leader of Hie number presented by the First Presbyterian church. The response to "Fellowship in Prayer nnd Service" was made by members of the Presbylcrian group. the Lake Street Methodist church prevailed "Season o[ Intercessory Prayer" in which Mrs. Iversoa Morris, Mrs. P. M. Sweet Mrs. George Shamclln, Mrs. O J Rodgers, and Mrs. Biriy Orcene took part. A poem given by Mrs. Harry Brooks, president of (he Baptist woman's Missionary .Union, preceded the First Methodist church's "Presentation of •Missionary Projects" with Mrs. A. C. Hriiev a' leader. . . • • Between Mrs. .Gus Ebcrdfs talk on "Union Christian College and Indian Work" and Mrs, Fred Hanna's on "Christian Literature and Migrant Work" the groups Steelo-Cooter Society—Personal ul courier News Wnnt Ads.' spending Miss Baron Will Be No. 5 for Kay and Is one of I Mrs. C. L. WyHc today lit Memphis. Mm. W. j. wimtiertlcli, Ruth Butt, Mrs. Baker Wilson Mrs. Meyer Grata-, anil Mrs Farnnworth Black arc In Memphis for Iho day. ' , •.'.Miss Winifred Goodrich hi) spending toilny In Memphis. Aiinoiuicc 'Marriiigr. Announcement bus been received here of tho mnrringo of Miss Helen Vick. formerly ol I his city end nov: cf Wilson, t» Jack Tnun- mrl ol" Wilson nnd Driver, which' cscurral in Wilson on February tenth by the'pastor ol Ihe Bui>- lisl church. Their attendants wore the: bride's brother and wife.. The wedding had been ki'pl :\ :rcret until this lime. The bride Is the daughter nl Mrs. J. P. Vlek nnd the Intc Mr. Vick, rautc-nis of this plncr for several years. Slic is n graduate cf Slcelc high school and :\l the time of her mania30 «as cm- Dloycd in n .slorc al" Wilson. The bridegroom is of a well known lamily of Driver, lie is tcok-kecper of a store nl Wilson nlierc they will make their home. Slory to Tell to Bang "We've the Nation." ' Blessed Be the Tie That „„„., was sung before Ihe benediction v Is said by^ Mrs. \yilliam.v. Have fiance. ; Approximately 7.V juesls' attended the dance at the Woman'? club last night which was given Ivy Gene Sykcs and Barnes Crook for the younger groups of the city. Among Ihe out of town guests who attended were; Miss I'cnrl Cartwrlghl, Miss Clementine Bowen. Miss Mary Virginia Crouwr and 'Bill DIckson, all of Osccola « ' * ' * I'avc Xoiie Meeting. Seventy-elgiit mtmbers ot Mr. and Ralph Rushing. Mr. and Mrs. Abie Uushiu|- and Mrs. A. n. Bcc!;tiniu were In Memphis Thursday. Dr. and' Mrs. L. E. Cooper iiiul Mr. anil Mrs. p. H. Cooper wcr? in Memphis Thursday with Mrs. T. S. Cooper who underwent nn optralion at Ihe Methodist Iwpi- tnl. She is slowly rccfiveriim. Mrs. L. A Cliarles. nnd Donald, of Hie Melhodkt church Missionary .societies of Zone Number Three mel in an all dny session al Yarbro Thursday afternoon when the district, secretary, Mrs. A. p. Patton of ..Jpnesboro, was gticst of honor Tlie morning session was spcni in the tidnsaction of business and during the alternoon a r'oguai on "The Aldersgati: Kelreal" was presented with the Rev. James T ' f Kandlc ,of Luxora, as (ho spcak=r. l/~ . Mrs R p, Paddieon and Mrs Har\ v«y Morri* gave a Vocal numbsr ^^ »ccompanlcd by Mrs. PaMoa ~.\V' Thtt meetings were held at the vununiHco 'wiin Mrs. w, D. H it ^School auditcilum and Junch ^as derwn and Miss Eula Waldran, McCanu and son. I Mrs. C;irnmck Mc- Miilthcws, were visi- tcrs in Cdotor yesterday unrl wrr. arrmnpniiied home l:y Mrs. Mc- Cann'r, daiiRhtrr, Rrva. n sli'dcnt )f Cooler high school nud Mr, Ilmcr Wright .intl :,oire. l,iuaM\ and DiuUly, who will IK- their' 61'C-sts over Iho week end. Jlrs. J. w. Bobbins and daughter. Marlhn, r.pent Wednesday In M(.mplhs ar, guest ot tiirir 'hus- kand and-father. Or. .!. W. Jioti- :i pnllcnt In Ihc Methodist hospital. Buck Miller IK ictwnln- from n week's illness cf influenza. Mrs, jioliman Lepanlo Church Society Leader LEl'ANTO,. Ark., March -t-Mrs. . S. Holiman was elected president of the Young Women's Missionary Society of the First Methodist church here at n iiirclini: held this week. Other officers named were: Miss Myr.l Seymour, vice Woman's Club Obtain., $30 Through Style Show Approximately $30 was netted by ,. •• "'-' rw ""^ UftlX'U uv the Woman's cliib from the style »4 th llic Ril7. then- club ,-itid eo- slioiv presented . tor last night by „,. cpcratlng merchants This money will be n sc rt for expenses of the meeting of tj, 0 Sr'to 0 ' 15 ' U ' StriCl ot Women's April T) aiui G. n,« IrS ' QcorRe M ' ^ lras dialr- -'I'\£' ^° ! ' r '"""'' i '' ''-^"f'Vie'nd Ushers for the si vie rcuic which was given between the two performances of Hie motion uic- ture fcstiirc "Slnrl Cheering" "re: Mrs. Lee. Mrs. Shclboiirnc Brcivci-.' Afrs. Rcnkert Wetenkamp Mrs. L. L. Hubc'ner. Miss Knth- ryn Grcar. Miss Jessnlvn Blomcv- cr. and Mrs. B. F. Bloiiieyer. president of the club. Borcn Infant Dies At Dell On Friday Night •Tcss? James Borcn. son ot Mr and Mrs. Henry Uoieii. (lied o.t (lie family home al Dell at 10 n'ckrlf last night, live bours allc,- H H "Mb. lie was nn only child. Funeral services were hcjrl it the Mnnlla cemetery this itto'f neon with Cobb Funeral home in charge of funeral nrrangemniu. At Ihe Hospitals Mrs. Tina Merrill, of Armarol unilciY'cnt an operation ,11 die Blylhevillc' hospilnl yesterday Rudy Mundcrloli. of Vancrn.t Neb., underwent nn operation veV Irrday at the Blythcville hosptial K M. .LaiiglejOof Burdetlo uii- dcrwcnt. n major oporation toriiv at the Blythcville hospital A dain?litcr wns born to MIS llerllm Unsby. o! Carol, Thiir day- night al the lllythovllle lU- Roy Howell, nf lx>st Cnne, »•«, AVIicn beautiful Kny Francis'of Ihe movies, lop pholo, announced in Hollywood lhal she would lake BaroVi Hm-en Krlk Bainckow, young German nobleman, as her fifth husband, slie said lie is "lallisli, hlondish, „ ij I .; J ' ^^•>"™ 1 "- >'»•"- MK sain no is "lainsii, Dionaish, president; Mrs Jlmmie Wilson, sec-1 youngish." You can sec how retsry-trcasurcr; Mrs. Falon Fra- well she described hiiv. from his ley. social secretary; Mrs. R. A. picture above: Kay's othar KHtcheUt chslrman of piogram husbands were William Gaston commlttco win Mrs. \V, D. Hen- . John-Mecftan, F. Dwight Francis .aml.JSennelh " " Frank Big gs \ V as dism l "e Blyllicviiln hnspilnl Alls. J. W. Cliiyton, of .unnoi- a patlcnl. al n,c Garlly-n",,. hospital. Memphis. J " s Mrs. Bryant Pale, of ; do. has been admitted to --i eerh's hospital. Memphis "" Miss Jessie Jones, of stecle to the Mcmuhis i; odist hospital yoslerday. 7:30 p.m. N. Y. P. S. At the evening service, the !iev. FIRST BAPTIST CHUItCH Alfred Carpfnier, Pastor SUNDAY— 9:20 a.m. Bible school, Frltzius, superintendent. ; 'G,:_1938- , ' N Uog Kighl I'aUl lo Onlooker j ! fj SAN FRANCISCO (UP)—Causes ^ of two deaths In California were as follows: first, excitement, from watching a dog fight; second, shock from dealing a tad "card hand. CCA SAME W* COIDS price Liquid-Tablets Salve-Nose Drops Klc & 25(1 NUW SPRING YAUNS AND FASHIONS Uy ISernat VRKK INSTRUCTIONS Mrs. Leslie Hooper HOa Cbickasawba 1'li^iic Harry 10:35 a.m. Morning worship. Sermon. "Ear Marks of a Christian." :30 p.m. preaching service. Scr- i»i, 'If Christ Should Not Return." Special messages In son* by by Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Heury. WEDNESDAY— 7:00 p.m. s. s. department meetings 7:30 p.m. Mia week church service ;8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SEKVICK! 7C8 W. Main '"Man" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be rear 1 in all Churches of Christ., Scieiit 1st. On Sunday, March 6, 1938 Adoration for tlieir first-born Is the keynote cf this intimate family study of Princess Juliana ,of the Netherlands, her consort, Prinre Berhhard. and their 3-wcek-okl daughter, the Princess BeauUix. This is the first photo of Juliana since the event that brought the Netherlands un addition to the royal line. The picture was made at .the Socstdijk Pnlaco, where ihe baby princess mas torn • T Z Everything for .your .enter (uinment itnd comfort. Admission Matinee lOc & ZGc Admission Night lt>c & 3Gc •Watch Society Page Of Courier News For :Free Show Guests SATURDAY scripture reading will b5 Exodus' 38, dealing with the construction' of the Tabernacle in the desert; followed by' selected readings from rabbinic ilcralurc. Theme of the sermon: "How J»- , tlalimi Began," continuation of the | -> topic of inter-denominational cooperation and joint venture. FlUST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH '11 Wed of Lady Astor as are led by the Spirit of god. they arc the sons of God" Romans 8114. Among the"ellati6hs' ! whJc'h coin- prlse the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "So God created mnn In his own image, in the Image of God created lie him: male and female created he them " Genesis 1:27. The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages Irom (lie Christian Science "textbook. "Bci- .EIJ'CD and Health with Key lo the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: -'The Scriptures inform us that man l s made In the image and likeness of Clod. Matter Is not lhat HkuiCEs, Tlie. likeness of Spirit cannot be so imlike Spirit." Page 475. •A Christian ScieUcc program is broadcast cnch Wed. at 11:15 a over KLCN. S. H. Salmon, pastor 0:45 a.m. Eumlay school i 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. Scr- J I men subject, '"life Baj or the Box? 1 ; (!:43 p.m. Y;unj People's meeting.' 7:30,. p.m. Evening service. Ser- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Six(h Ono. W. Patterson, minister 8:15 a.m., Bible school, W. O Otierin. superintendent, . 11:00 a.m., worship, communion and preaching. Sermon by the pastor. 2:00 p.m., Fidells society will meet at the church. 6:15 p.m.. Youth council will meet at the church. 7:30 p.m.. worsh.p nnd preaching. Scrmcn by (he pastor. We most cordially invite the public. Slrangers in our city especially Invited. We'll try to maicc you glad that you came our way. FltXilUM l.imiKKAN CHURCH H. .1. KIciniliciiEl, I'aslor Sunday r.rtiool. a a. in. Divine srrvice. 10:00 a. in. Sor- mon thrinr: "Christ's Zeal for God's Temple." The Liilhnan hour 3:30 p. in. over coasl-to-cnast network. The midweek Lenten service will inks the pl«ce nf the Sunday evening service. Topic of sermon: "A Holy Tribunal." Special Lcuteu service Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.- KLCN Lenten mediation Weri- ticsdny. 3:30 p. m. Sundny sclionl teachers meet Wednesday alter the evening service. You arc invited t o attend our services If you have no church home 1 ol your own. 'CH11KII OF £11111.31' I0:t,,l a.m. Sunday school 11:0!) a.m. Communion 2:30 p.m. Radio program over KLCN-rponsorcd by the Churches of Christ ol Norllicast Arkansas and soutlicast Missouri, The Rev. Morris HoKcll. of Manila, will conduct the services over the radio. An Invilnlion l s extended lo the «n IIKIIIIIIUII IK exicnnen 10 tue • •• "" •' mmioer ot WCCKS ai- publlc lo attend the services of this "wmli nilrs of the conlcst mnv h rK '"'- > ' nini'iKlr.l- ,„ ,,, low , hosc ,. om p c - uns Temple fsraci Herman Pollack, R' ,. . - mon subject, "Thy kingdom come." Urge Participation In Arbor Day Planting .Mower rovers, digging In their gardens today arc asked lo remember Arbor nay. to be observe:! for Walker park next Friday, by the Blylhevillc Garden club, which is sixnsoring the planting of Ihe pnrk tills year. It is the club's aim to have every student in all the schools of Blytheville to take at least one plant to fchcol that morning and these will be lakcn 1 0 Ihe park.. In addilion to this, men an:] women arc asked lo share in the bKiutlflcalion program by (aking extra plants to ihe park. The club will send for those that cannot be delivered. .Thousands of evergreens, bloam- in.; shrubs, nnd perennials arc needed and it is planned to have them nil planted next Friday. 'Ihc city engineering department will have a corps of workers (here lo assist J. Louis Cherry an;! other members • of Ihe committee in charje. All members will act as agents in obtaining plauU. Any one caring to help in (lie project who has no plants to contribute may send a casli donation, which will be used for the purchase o( such plants. Miss Monti Hughes Is Courier Contest Winner Miss Munta HiiBheii. 701 Chivk- nsawlia Avc.. was l!:e winning contestant in the -Who Is H? 1 "' contest published for the first time in yesterdays .issue of (he Courier News. She will receive ns an award $2.50 book of theater tickets. Under ttrins of (he contest the fust correct answer received ;il (he Courier News office pointing nut misE|irl|p(t words iu Ihc ads O n tho contest imijc n m i nlil kjng proper identification ot Ir.c perron whose lillwiin-lln appoaiTrt on Ihc page wouh! i ;( . ii:ljiidgefl (lie wiiumr. Mis? i r piy Wlls lnc r , r ,. l rocc i v . cd. arrivini; -,(, |.) ls courier News ctiicc by special delivery at 6 p. m. yesterday. ' • Rrninn,!- | 0 tr.e contest was wWefpiTitri. am | n i , loon lot |. xy mor;- than i.i,, corrcct naswprs |,;i(i been rrcrtvrd. The silhouette was •H i ° ! VilKil nr °ene, well known Jlyll-cvil!.. .itinincy. Words Intcn ttonally inis>peii P( | ln the various aclverllsrmenis wcre . gossamer, phonp. iun K ram. vacuum, benefit, acquainted, bnilery and beautifn]. rnc conust will be repeated each -rm.iy f or „ miln i cl . O f A lilling bride for nny man. no mailer how impressive his litlcd lineage, is vivacious Barbara Chase, nbove, wlio soon will many George Nairnc, son of l.ndy Violet Aslor of England, The r wedding, one of Ihe most important events of tlie spring ' social season, will hike place ill Hope Riinch. home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chase. ;il Santa Barbara, Calif. '• Cartoon & serial "INJj'stcrihus I'i- lol" with Captain Frank llawkes. Continuous sliowiiii r . ALinissioii lilt 5 p.m. 10c & iilic Admission after 5 p.m. ISn i 31c Sunday - Monday Paramount News' & Cojnedy AdnilsLinii Simii.iy 'Malincc and 3Gc i\dii)istion jjiin. ftJalinee lOc 4- 'Mi; Admission Mon. Night 1G C & 36c Read Courier News Want Ads. ,...,.,,, ti,^,.^, k.umj nicretimo U1 w])ich (0 rcp , y ci-s will attend the luncheon at the Methodist church audltorivmi. 1:30 p.m. Final rehearsal Of, Piirim program for next Sunday. 1 3:SO p.m. Services jjostixmcd lirom the usual hour for the ben-; Read The rminnr »,„ ~ Irom ll 'e usual hour for the ben- «eaa me courier Mews want ads. eflt of die census takers. Weekly COTTON SEED .. »• f. I,. No. U lr M r- rom jinc BRAXTON GILL Hell, Ark. GOOD FOOD— I'OI'UI.AH I'HICKS srinuhiy. Merchants Lunch -lie Choice: t fried Chicken v.ilh Cream Gravy Baked Youn^ Hen witli Celery Drcssins: tuillcd Hamburger Slcak Kcnst 1'nr.k ...... Apple Sauce lion.'il Beef— Natural Gravy Vcccisible-'i: Snow I-'lnkc potatoes IV.'is Ar Carrots In Orrui'.' BuUcrcd Aspnra-;ns Tip., l'iiu;i])ple & Cotlacc chcrsr- Snlacl Mixed rniil Cup or Choitc r,[ Tie Coffee cr Milk !fot K'J.'h Ho! Chicken Rnnrlwich with Pc- tnt'.i^ and Clravy .......... 25r. SI.MI'.S<» 1 \'K K'l'ATK MNK Highway fil I.'IMC ROXY. Adniistiinii always lOc & • 26c. j Matinees 'Satin-day ft Sunday Only K Last Times Today ^j^ 10 ^, i Oirlcon A Ncrial "Tim Tyler's " Luck" Continuous ^lio«lns Halurtfaj- 1st Winner Sunday - Monday w : —~' • ••••••••-. -r^j ,79 ll same. Miss Monla Hughes Jliss Hughns will receive a 82.50 Rook of Thealci- Ticket,'* nt the "Glcnco'3 Grill." te^*fe A SOBiV « % «*»R Jom lone N*«a*ttr OUMONT '.» C K « » R 5 o N PlClUlt 'ricttdbrtdwcrjClir.t • Prvl ac , fcr £«a Worcuj -Sere on plo/t, B«., n .ttiibla. Sal Grand, Bm,a X'o/ga Fox- Ncire & t'oittcdv

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