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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 20, 1936
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tWO BLYTHEVILLE, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS WKDNKSOAV, MAY 20, 193(5 Closing Episode of Pageant Will Show State's Progress v • • Social Calendar j THURSDAY'S EVENTS £ Mrs. J. Ernest Hassou havln;! i-Tiwrsday Contract clnl). : ; Mrc, R. P. Klrslmer having the ^Thursday Luncheon clul). Xi: Mrs. J, Ernest HasEon having ^Thursday. Contract club. 2:30 I'. M. £' Jewish • Aid having meeting nt iTeniple Israel. » FctiOAY-5 EVENTS * Dance ill counlry clul). ' Ji Baccalaureate choir practice, •'city auditorium, 7:30 p.m. •g Stated meeting, O. E, S., 7:30, » JetineUa Jean ( Scabaui!li having Tjriiiclng party at hut, 8 p. in. .ii- Royal Neighbors meeting with iMrs. C, G. Hires, B P.. M. * SATURDAY'S RVENTS ' Crowdcr-King wedding at home ..of Mr. and Mrs. Max Turks. 8:30 •p. in. 7nai:lisls Have A ^lloyal Service Program, *f-.'Mre. Kendiil! Berry \ras lender .tcf 'he iirognun cf Ihe Woman's ^Missionary uiilon of Ihe First Bap- Jtist church In n meeting Mon-day afternoon, ill Hie church, "when the program was taken from Illie ' Royal Service. "The youth "Mcvcmchl" wiis the subject. £' ; She spoke on "The Ynulli Move- ^nient In Germany", Mrs. Paul I*- t-Tip'ton san? "Jusl For a Day" •;>'lth Mrs. Murray Smart at Ihc fptiwo, Mrs. Halite Hecce spake : on "The. Youth of Italy", Mrs ;E. F. Blomcyer on "Tlic Youlli id Russia" and Mrs. H. L. Rceder ?cn "The Ypt'lli of Atuericii". Mrs i'riiecdorc Logan and Mrs. 1/wlic 4 ; Moprc offered prayers. A posler fhY.kceping with the youth theme ;!was presented by 'Mrs'. Lloy:! fStlckmon. Circle 5 was hi charge |'bf (he program. * For Ihe 'devotional Mrs. John STyronc rend-'from (he 18lh cliap- Jler of Matthew. * There wtu 15 picsenl. * • » •'Style Sliniv Given TA( The I inge School r- : Members of the Home Economics •'class of (hs city lilRh .school ^ga\e i st>lc show nt the Langc school Tucsdaj afternoon. Tlui j display wns of drosses, made from cotton materials, by members of "ithc class wtlli llic cost ranging J -from 42 cents lo $2.70 each. Var- ;iciis kiiids of cotlon materials were ^used mil the rcsulls were alt lrncthe dresses slack. 1 ! and shorlt- *ifor various occasions, -f The same thoiv wa- presented at-a high school Assembly scv- TJicir Grand fathers Made U. S. Histoi:v TJis Arkansas Centennial 1'ag- ciHit, lo he presented a[. Haley I'ield tomorrow night at f) o'clock, will ix'iieh It's climax in the fifth crlfjxlo. depleting in symbolic lorin the forces which Imve built up (ho state. 'Ihls eplfioda will he presented liy (he .Senior High school, under (he .Censorship of the American Union and the American Legion Auxiliary. The turn of the twentieth century uaw an Arkansas changed from Ihe Klnte whlcji had' Ixicn ravaged by (he Civil War and Reconstruction. The pageant Interprets. Ihrouch the media of mi'sic nnrt the dance the progress of 'agriculture, .industry, .science a lid'.art.' .There arc glimpses, of snowy' cotton which cpvcrs ', fertile : lowlands;, of I upj:!e blossoms which blanket the j .slopes of the d/arks,, and ol the 1 lush urecniicss of fields of \vnv- ini! corn. Indii.slry Is shown to Imv2 attained a mighty growth, founded the inexhaustible treasures of Allhoiish their i-mndfalhcrs were frequently at swords' points our political matters, these three yijuir women lijnore onccstial animosities in activities nt llryn Mawr College, Itryn' Mawr Pn wiicie they „,.• sludcnts. Pictured as U, cy Uiuk part in a eam::u s festivity are. left -to. rlsht, ' K leauor Tafi of Cincinnati, K niml daughter of former 1'resldeut Wlllhim H. Taft: Eil/.aue(li B; iVryan, grand da'iigh- ler of William Joniiliins Bryan, and Eleanor. Snyrc of Washin.ilon, 13. GV grniid dai'js'htcr of former President Wilson. . ! ' Thc finale presents various or- gaimallons of the comminitiy in paiade before (he symbolic figures, (lie Splrils of Arkansas, Agriculture, Industry, Transporliition and Education, and will be c< cli'dsd by conimunlly singing of the stale song. "Arkansas'". The diameters: The Spirit of Arkansas. Mat.'.ha Ann Lynch; (lie Spirit of Agriculture, Mildred J.DII IlnL'lwrd; the Spirit of Industry, Frances Little; Ihe Spirit of Transporliilion, Polly Ann Buck; Ihe Spirit of Education, Jane Branson. The announcer: Daniel licon The heralds: John Harp, Dob Derrick, Billy llrown and Bill) Jonl*. Collon bullet: fiara Ixm Me- Culchen. Evelyn 1 Jordan, Mary Lynn Jackson, I,a Folra M a y Olive Wahl, Salllc Matllicws 'anc 'Mary llabcock. Apjilc blossom . dance, Ruth Rbciies. Dance of the Irees: Ruby Nelle Ogle. Pauline Ulm, Mary Frances Hill Farm News Mr. and Mrs. c. II. Yates, Mr. and Mrs, Homer Mosley and Mrs, J. V. Westbrook attended to business in lilyUicvllle last Thursday Miss Geraldlne Holt has l<:en taken to St. Joseph's hospital, Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. John Rhodes liaci son, family, ol and family "niut as their guests 1'YI- day Mr. Richardson's niece and her husband, Mr. and -Mrs. Vcrnon Dodson, of St. Louis. Courier News Classified Ads Pay. as their guests Sunday their Johnnie Rhodes, " " near Manila. A large number attended thel school program and picnic Friday | at Carson. Mrs. Richard Hodge is ill lliis week. I Many from here attended the' singing convention at New Liberty Sunday. W.I x,,»- l,.^rt..ll,,.Tlll,JU LIUllaUIL^ 111 ,, • ... I I c. i j earlh, the mighty wcaltli of for- C""''™.. Virginia Scott, Peggy rs(s , Long. Wynette Shcpard, Bctte Transportation presents the prnijiTsii from the.ox cart to Ihe swift planes and cars of today. Kdi-'jalidii marshals the wliicli liave labored for pence, for prosperity nncl for civic, unity. Helen Hood. the carlh-treasnrcs: 'rector and D;incc of Huliy Nclle ( The dances arc directed by Ruth Rhodes, pupil cf Miss Margaret Moffill Half-Moon Miss lidua Uec Williams and Kc- nest Koonlx were married Monday night at file bride's Ijomc by Justice of the Peace J. w, Richardson. The bride wore a frock of blue rough crepe with white accesso- les. Mr. and Mrs.•Koontz. arc llv- ' ng for the present with Mrs, Coonlz's aunt. . , I The Rev. Percy Ray,' of Walnut, I .llss., will nil his regular appoint-1 nent at-Emmanuel Baptist church i Saturday night and • Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. o. Richardsoi Dine ai the BLUE ROOM ' Marriage Licenses Issued These : marriage licenses have ^recently - ; bccri issued from the i-BIjtiievillc office of Ihe 'county ^court clerk Van Dai Is and Miss f Argie Lee Rogers bolh of Annorel; ,Bai field Hubbard and Miss Elvira ^Haycs, both of Osceola; James ' Hatcher aiid .Miss Bessie Pccry [.tooth' of Huffman, by Jnslicc C fO. Marrs; Clarence Brown and |.Miss ArYgelene Vancely, both of jLeaclrUlle b\ Justice J L, Nabers; f Wesson McGhec and Miss Jewel t -Mixs\cll belli of heie; Vcrnon Bollmgei of Manlh and Miss .Edith Lemons, : of - Memphis, bs -th6 Rev. T. R. Shepherd; Wiliian TE. Wicker of here, and Miss Carollyn McFarlanrt, of Marked Tree..Robert C Hillhrd Ji and Miss -Rosa.-Sanders, bolh of here. b\ IJustice C. C. Dauchower; Bom iBilcy Shanks, of Silvcrrinle, Mo. .f,and Miss Frances Speaks, o: 23ragg Cilj Mo Virgil H. P .Baldwin ;and Miss Inez May Me ^-Ncelex bo h of Miislon, Mo., b' rihe Rev W V Womack; R. F r-Easley and Miss 'Jewel Loriui <T'riar, both of here, by Ihe Rci ~«J. :L. Newscm, Jewish Aid To ^Elcct Officers. ~i Members of the Jewish -ciely will elect ofllo- Aid peeling . lo be held Thursday St " <l! night at the Temple Israel, 8 Calling", Miss Martha Wlnbiirn with Mrs. Harry Is'irby aceom- panlsl; a reading. "Preparing lor Madium; lli'l(.erlly", Miss Mill'.- > jnrle Warren. .' - Ccrrapsls and rugged robins predominated in llic gimleti fluwuri; which deeoratcd llic lioiuic. Ltmrh was .served llic l:l members nt tine o'clock. '••'. roilt'i'll Has A . .. . i ^Icelinif Al .Inincr, - The Woman's Council of tlir First Cliristlan ehi'rcli v.'as en- tcrtaliH'd by Mrs. Uoiiald I'lelcher ill h?r luune lit jDinei' on Monday for a liniclicon inecllni;. Mrs. Fletcher formerly lived here anil is a fremienl visitor at meetings f Ibis orgiiniznllon. • • Besides the 20 niemncrs \vlio lotoivcl down from here, Mrs. Ictcher also had as her niiesi.s ,lrs. \'f. !•'. Ccoley. Mis. L. p. lowden, Mrs. Joe Miller and Mrs. 'red Collar, of-Joiner, nnd Mrs. Dick Dwlmiin, nf Memphis, her uiusi^iic.s[. r •.-• ^ , Gaiiics.,.and cojuests'umused (lie >ui'.-it.s:,'ft(ti>r lulicli was served ill ablcs dccorati-;! 'ividi pretty .giu- :lcn flowers. : * * * Mrllic'iilsl Cinlos alert;. Circles of the Woman's Mls- ctiniy society tif the First Mcth- cdist cluirrli held incclings Mdii- "ay afternooti. The flrat group, which had nino nctnbcni present, was ontcrlaincrt at the home of Mrs. W. F. Urew- Mrs. Rilcy I). Jones, prcsl- lenl, was a guest. The fi:nd was collcctrd in the busl- SL'sslon and llic hostess served an ice COUI-SL- during the sccial hour. Circle 3. which met with Mrs. S. L. Claincs and Mrs. W. D. McCiinkin jil Ihe Gaines houu.\ lad 15 mcinbcr.i and two guests present. Mrs. A. O. Hudson isnve the Bible .sludy. The calendar fund was collrclcd. Coca Colas ind candies were sc-ucd allcr the business .session. The third circle met nt the church when Mrs. Lee Armstrcir: snvc- tlic study lesson. Mis. A. C. Ha:vy opeiil-d the mfVlhiiT by reiulhii.' n and prayer. The calendar fund war. collected. Circle 4 met with Mrs. Chnrlc:; Wylli 1 . The ten present incliidrd cue CHCSI. Mrs. WyliiVs 'mother. Mr:;. C:illav,ay. of Arkadclphia. Mrs. N. H. Mcntird gave lh<: h'anihviche.'i and cnoklcr> .scrvrcl during tlic Bils of-News Moslly Personal Bntnin's f Fashion Crown School lo i Centennial Willi Graduation Mrs, John W. Eilrltiaton, of Os- (icola, was here yeslcrdny as Ihe finest of Mrs. Howard n. Proctor. .Mrs. Emma Lou Holers is ; i;o- hiS to CoiHvay, Ark., where 'slits will spend a .\yeck ,witli her dtuieh- tcr, Miss;, Dorothea, who is gr Hilling from 'the Arkansas Htale Teaehere collegt 1 . Miss Rogers will receive her 1J. S. E. degree Mon- dny following Ihc baccalaiireale service Sunday. She has received a number of- honors in the four years she, has been (here, iniuing wliicli was belni! choiien as one cf Iho bna.uly iiiiet'nti Isisl .year, bring a member of the college debating loam for lluee years and being a-'mumbcr of (he Alpha Phi, a ncholasllc honor fralernll) for .slfdonls-excelling in grades She lias bp.en leaclilng English in lire Coifsvhy Ijlgh school this year for her practice work. Mrs, S. S. 1 Hlernberg and .son Harcld. have returned from several days spent In Memphis. Mr.s. Kay Wnrllilnglun has gone to Hot Springs to spemt several weeks. - '' Mrs. O. T. Enoch and daujh- tcr. Miss Phnebe, of norseshoo Lake, were gucsl.s of Mr. .null Mrs. Elberi Hullimin yesterday j si ncu her marriage to Hip with Miss Enoch remaining lor n ten day slay. Mrs. Charles Criggcr and Toiu ami Murray Phillips, who recently moved hrrc from Chicago, are In Memphis today. Other members of the J. T. Phillips family will' nrrive Juno 1. J. D. Fauectt tins gone to CiivenvIlK-, Miss., where he is lo l:c ernploycd. liernard Oooch, who has been HI from hiflueiizit and cdmpllcii- lions. was taken to the Memphis Vrtcrnns hospital today. Mr. and Mrs. John I). Ijine, nf Lrncra. N. C.. lire in Ihc city tor n bi'lrf visit with Mr. ami .Mrs. AriliiT Rushing. Mr. and Mrs. I.i-.ue. who lived hern for .several years \vhcn Mr. I.-anc was JOINER, Ark. — Commencement | tumes of the period, mul negro exercises of the Shawnec Con- ' singers. solidated school here will he' In Ihe final episode, prcpai'ci combined with a community ob- 1 under the direction of Mrs. Clark fcrvancc of the Arkansas Cenlen- ! Miss Bradley and Mrs. J. W. Mil nlal on tile Shawnec campus from ! ler, the resources and progress :):30 lo (i:30 Friday afternoon. (of the state will be portrayed ii ' More than 200 men, women and j children, Including members ol Ihe senior clii5_s and of the school faculty, school patrons and others w-ill participate, in the exercises, | to which the public Is Invited, j The program will open with a i concert by. the DC Molay band, of. Memphis, which- will .be follow cd by the presentation of a cant depicting Ihe hi-slory il *<-''' l< -'- s of symbolic dunces. Realty Transfers ufKcht, the former Princess ^fa- rinapf Greece lias'become onent Great Britain's, forcniosl style sutlers.' Wliiph is why this Ipw crowned j.lini %Hh .wido plqajeil brim llial-siie,WEars:has ueconiu a ftishion sciisption abroad. i 1 Holland News') 't. 'I'lie marriage of Mis.-, Gladys J Southard ^nd Vnnon Esirl Po'nl ; was solemnized Svmby iiiBlil n( -.the home of tho Rev. J. O' r -Vance. J«ho - asl:cd (he vows. Hi Club l' 1r lj . Mrs. I>i:<ie Crawford had llic ^Young Matrons Bridce club TUPN- "(lay aflcrncon at the homo or pOre. Riloy B. Jones. >:' Tl:c prize, hosiery, .went lo Mrs. •-.Dcylc Henderson, frozen \ Th; hostess serve tl a ifrult i.i'j.J course with sand- Riches, cnkc .and iced tea. were liorr. dlrcctcr of religious education at the First Uaplist clinvch, will loavc tomcirow for llieir home. They hava been attending the Baptist coiivrtittoii in St. Louis. Mrs. Kuscnc Still lefl today for iciiil i hrr home in I'lymoilth, N. C., af-1 or spending four weeks hercj Osccola Soeicly — Pcvsoiuil v\llh tin- parents. Mr. and Mrs. | fg ^ ' I'iiikslon-Bmikoiil. ' Miss Naomi Joyc rinkslon, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. .1. L. Pinkslon, and Marvin Bookbilt soti of Mivaiid Mrs. Silas Doiikput, cf Ucctor, Ark,, were married Sunday. April 2G. by file Rev. Mr. Meyers, pastor of Ihc CariilliiTsyiik Mi'll;odist church. Tlic ceremony was performed in the parsonage at Caruthcrsvllle. Mrs. Bookoiit wore a .smartly tailored sliit of powder blue with accessories In navy. Her corsage was pink rosebuds. She attended by Verna Jo Illc'nard. The bride, a gradual* of Holland high school In the class of 1031, "atcr attended Joueslioro n.iptist In recent months she has The .senior.; of Oscsola high school, with their sisonsor, Mrs. C. L Moore, are enjoying a picnic today at Bins Lake, in Crltlcnd?n comity. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Glascoc won business visitors in Lilllc Rock Mmxlav. •Enlcrl.iins Club. • Mrs. Hariy Kirby had .bcrs of Ihe Tuesday Bridge r.'iib as her guests this week" when ;Mrs. .Chester R. Babcock won llrsl and Mrs. Hutilcr C. Kims, second high. •'Talisman roses decorated the living room where two : small tables were arranged for lunch. . L , -- • '*.*.-*• I'. E. O. Chapter Has Luncheon Meeting. 1 Mrs. B. A. Lynch, state preji- dcnl of Ihc P. E. O. Sisterhood, war. :ihc sjxaker of Llic program e^'Jn at Ihe li'iiciicon mcclini; cf ;chapter-. "N" ol her home .Then-Mrs.-.George M. Hunt ami Miss Alia Mae Garlington hpstesses. Oilier numbcn on the projram were: a piano solo. '••tkbtttraM.mV.LlMl. Mrs. Murray Smr.rt;-voice numbers, "I Pass .By Your Window"-.ana "I,Hear You YtanuT. iu-^i MI-. Yotmg. Mrs. Filrvens :uui Mrs. Yotin^ accom- panieci hn- to Memphis, from whcrr ;,h,- \\rnl lo Tupelo, lUlss.. where s\\ K will be joined by Mr. Rli!l's proilx. Mr. and Mrs. 'J. .A. Still, and his'• sister, Mrs. R. D. Kirk, who any motoring lo Ply- mr.nlh for a ,visit.- Wliilo here nnii in Csceola she was cnler- I aincd by a number of people amen? whom were Mr. and Mrs. ficn nutler, who had her ,'ns Biles', of honor for dinner lar.l Nathan Weitibcrg and B. M. Jaf-! nialn at Ihcir Osccola home, fe are in SJ. I/>i:is purclmsinsj r>oo:ls | Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Cunningham lor ll;cir stores this week. j \vrrr- in Memphis yr-slcrdav. Bofii circles of the Mcthotii?t i W. 1. Osbornc allctirted to busi- eiii-j.Missionary socicly met in llu^hrs., in Memphis today. church parlors Monday iiftornooii' Mi;.. We: for their regular missionary pro-: yrMerday Gay. of Wilson. st»nt here with her nephew. gam, led by Mrs. L. w. Walter:, and j I.ehon Cit.elwin, who imelcnvcnl .. Mrs. Roy walers. Tli!> .spirilnal life, tuiMkc'.uiiy at Ihclilylhevilluhoj- messagc was given by Mrs. c. M.: pital. IJarwell. A personal message i Atnrar: thow frcm here inanknig tl.e society for courtesies j r.tlemicd (lie boai ctancc at extended was read from Mrs. Clautb 'IhouuiEoii. who Mas been il! for several weeks. Mrs. o. B. Srgraves and Mrs. s.. M. Hodges cuU'rtnined Hi: s;mor I cation classes nt Slecle. Mr. Hook- out also ntteiideel Joncsboro Bap- lisl college. He'Ls at 'present engaged in business with his fattier. " * * Holland high school rommnica- mcnt. exercises will he lidd a|. .8 o'clock Tlnirsdny night, May 2C th; bijh school auditorium. Those who will receive degrees arc: Ber- ntce Barber, nnlh- Camion. Mary Virginia Cnprtiarl, Joe Coin ion, Jack Edwards jr., Hal I-'lelchcr jr.. Finis E. Holmes, Alton Kenlcy, Thflina Mnxine Kenley. Prarl Lvnti McCormick. Andrew Jackson N'or- riri. Charles A. Reave.;, Knnicc Chin-line firid. Royal K Panders. Aifniir .Slaylon. James 11 S;i;vld- ing, Evelyn Whitcfiar. William r^a- Payeile Wilson and IU:bv slayton. levclopmcnl of Arkansas from the irrival of llie first white man to he present, time. :. Following ' the , iiagcant . Wils Davis, Memphis attorney, a former resident of Blytllcvillo, will deliver the commencement address. Leading roles in the pageant will be taken by the 11 members of the graduating class. The graduate.-; and (he pnrUs Ihey - ""' In the pageant arc: Ja Clarrily. Indian princess; 'Kath- eritie Long, Spirit or Spain;-Virginia Elrod, Spirit of'/America; Syble Gnrrcl, Spirit of Frniice; Ruby Harrison, Spirit-of .the Pioneers; Evelyn Ncal, Spirit .of the Confederacy, Velna Clark, Spirit of Arkansas; Donald Benedict, old Indian chief; Jack Brbwni' Wil-j Ham Woodruff; Cecil King. Al-' berl Pike; Bob Smith, de Tonti; Julius Ralph, priest; Alex Saliba, do Solo; Robert Johnson, medicine man; Albert Owen, -Gbv. James 3, Conway; Herschel Gbrdy, A. II. Scvler; Maurice Little, Judge Edward Cross. The first episode of Ihe pageant, dealing with the coming of de Solo, has been prepared under the supervision of Miss Lois Hurley, Mrs. Ralph Bowdcn and Mrs. Ben Campbell. Mrs. W. B. Burkctt is in charge of the second episode, which will show- the establishment of tlie first while settlement in Arkansas by Ihc French explorer, tie Tonti. The third episode,- directed by Ihe Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Coolcy and Superintendent Burnclt and Miss Moseley, is divided into two scenes. The first will show an old-fashioncil log-rolling and the second the iinntgiiralion of James S. Conway as the first governor cf Arkansas. •The episode portraying the most colorful period in Arkansas hls- lory. that of the Confederacy, has been prepared by Miss Charley Joiie.i. It will present plantation scenes, with players in llie cos- Wananty Deeds Lcm K - Lowrcy, Ercie L. Green nl "l Uessie M. Green .to Thomas -"• Clare, southeast quarter of pag- i "oittieast quarter of section 20, and township 15 north, ranjje 8 east, KVEHV DAY THICKS Kodak finishing—any Bine 8>: roll, finished complete. 3Bc Post caul photographs, 2 for 25r. or St per dozen. Stamps, G for lOc. Wylie Picture Shop _, ' Across Fi'om Roxy Thealrc wlio Car- uthrrsvillf lust night were: Mr. p and Mrs. Elbert Huffman and I Ihnr !>.>>.'12iiq(| Phoebe | fc'ncoh. of Horseshoe Like. Miss Clara Louise Davis. Gene lirad- Mlke Simon. ;1 two chll- * OI1S > Allen rinn will i>» to Itta Bcna. Miss,, Sam, wno are^ members of llie trmm-rov,- for a visit .with relatives. They will be accompanied ty Miss Mabel Plllman. sister of Mis. Hall, who has been hero for a month. Mrs y, c. Crittendeu and dau- Ark., HICAUTY SEKVICK Call IK lll:,.\(!TV Ingram Bids rhs* with a biilfet suppsr Monday i lev. Max Usrey ami M night at-Ihe hornr of llic (oruur.! Mrs, Hay liall and the complimenting Ihcir and Sam, w'n o are m class.'• Lsiter in the evening enjoyed ihc boal excursion on the Steamer J. s. The oxy-acetylc-ne name .,,.,. , . , . prcauce tcmparatures of npproxi-; B hter have tone to Collins, mately COW degrees Fahrenheit, fcr a. iv.-o we"ks visit Knitting Classes Tuesdays & Fridays 2:30 P. M HOD Chickasawra INSTRUCTIONS HiKR ORDERS TAKEN FOR "HEHNAT" YARN Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley- Phone 792 !•/ Everything for Your Entertainment and Comfort COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN Weds. - Thurs. The screen's nurqber one society »!euth in a crime riddle dark uilh myslciy. brilliant with wit, dangerous \vithl he wilcsol an ex- wife determined to get him back. SOMEDAY, DAISY-WHEN I'M A MILLIONAIRE = CiOINO TO LIVE INTHE LAND MILK AND HONEV/ OUST SO IT'S MILK FROM CRAIG'S DAIRY AND IT'LL SUIT ME.'; WHOI.KSOMI; MU:SH CUAKVS MII.K will keep ynn in hi s i, S |iirils for the liXlilMiy COXTKOT anil rUKITY makes il Slll'l-uioil in every way. H>if. JAMES CIEASON, ERIC BLORE, ROBERT ARMSTRONG, Lila Lee, Grant Mitchell, Erin O'Brien. Moore, : Rglph Morgan V.ilaifj.ono nillbonrrl. ar, I "March of Time" Scries — Admission — Matinee— 10 >t 2i>c— With Ir 'i.\ Niglit— 10 <t 35c— With Ic'Tav. • —OftMlNG SOON— "SHOWHOSt" with Irene' lluuii and Allan Jones. "SONS O' GUNS" with ,!nc H. nroivn. "GOLDEN rtUIIOW" with Gcm;e Jlrcnt nnrl iiclle Davis. TUESDAY, MAY 26— 5100.00 UANK NIGHT! I.isl nlgbl H. G. r.irllon of lliis city «-as called for llic S75.0C—He was nol prcsenl—Making HANK DEPOSIT May 26lli SICO.Ot). Sorry Mr. I'nrllcw that ymi were nol present last nijlbt. Danc Wednesday Nighl $1 por |)!;i(o Dinner served 6:.'IO 'til 9 Slay and dance as IOIIR as you Dlease ... No cover charge lo dinner uucsts. Cover cliat-gu aflor !) 1'. M. 75}; per couple; GIL WILSON AND HIS HOTEL NOBLF, OUCHESTKA For Graduation Gifts CEDAR CHESTS An' uiiu.siiiil assort- nient' of llic inol 111! i n if diesis with I v ;i y il rawer;Priced from ARKANSAS CTCNTKNNIAL ANNIVICUSAKY Showing some .'Arkansas Products-in BED - KOOM SUITES especially.' See otii- Show Window:-:, .and ask to see am! - price; these well-made and mo'tlenitcly priced piece:;. EXCLUSIVE THE "PERFECT"SLEEPER nftnfl E S S IKO ^ You cannot know what lent ilccpirig comfort is until you 'come'our bedJing,department tomorrow and let us show you ihc Ten'Points of Superiority'built into Pcr/cct Slcc/jcr. Munmscs. No obligation. Box Spring to match, same price, 1 The Perfect Sleeper Inner Spring Mattress has no tufts — a feature which makes it smooth and-comfortable. It is cleaner because it has no crevices. There can be no bunched up padding because it is tH/tjess. No Hills and Valleys or sagging edges with Sleeper's.patented inner spring that' will • not • nib or become noisy. Home Furnishings Moderately 1'ricc:!

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