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P^GETWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK-) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1942 MONDAY'S EVENTS Mission Study Group, Woman's Council, First Christian , Church, meeting 2^30 /o'clock *ith Mrs. Josephine Brown. Delta Delta Delta Club meeting 8 o'clock with Mrs. J. Farris McCalla. , . Mrs. Turner Kissell entertaining. Three Quads Club. Executive Board, Woman's Auxil; iary, First Presbyterian Church, meeting 3 'o'clock, at Church. Woman's Missionary Union, .First Baptist Church, meeting 2:30'o'clock at church. .. .... TUESDAY'S EVENTS , Miss Virginia Martin entertaining Double G Bridge Club., Chatterbox • Club/meeting with Mrs. J. T. Hickman. Mrs. Hiley B. Jones having Tuesday Club. . WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS • Mrs. Elbert Huffman enter taininE ADC Bridge Club". . Mrs. A. G. Hall having Wednesday Contract Club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Club. 28 having dance at Woman's Club, 9 o'clock. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Miss Jane Me Adams 'entertaining Cee-Que Bridge Club. Elmwood Cemetery Association meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. C. E. Johnson. Mrs. Ross Moore entertaining C. B. C. Club. Miss Saliba Is Bride Mr. and Mrs. G. G. SaUba announce the marriage of 'their daughter, Dina May Saliba, to James R. Meade "of Joplin, Mo. son of Mrs. "C. G. Henderson o: that city, which was solemnized Friday afternoon at the famih home on First Street. The Rev. O. J.. Ohastain, pasto of First Baptist Church, read th ceremony before members of th immediate family. Attending the. bride as rnatrqi of honor was Mrs. Ed Emrick, o Memphis. Sergt. Jack Salib'a wa Mr. Meade's best man. For the ceremony, th'e brld \vore a Sumrtier . 'model Jof whit' jersey with a shoulder cprsag'e o \vhite 'carhations. Her 'attend an was dressed lii a yfafte linen 'costume with a 'Similar corsage. • Mr. Meade -arid h'is bride left on a brief wedding trip and upon their return will niake th'elr home neve.' 'Mrs. Meade .was graduated from Blytheville High 'School. She now is owner and manager of Dina's Beauty Shop which she will continue to operate for the present. • Mr.-Meade was educated.at University of Missouri, Columbia. He is stationed here as a civil, engineer at the Ail 1 Base which is under construction. fe. Mothers Give Dance dance honoring the She's Crystal Gazin; E wartime bride may forego the traditional wedding gown to ; be married in "a simple afternoon dress, as above, but she holds to'tradition in selecting fine china, silver and- glass. Modern American •. crystal, as .shown, is an ideal choice because its .simplicity of design •fnake.s it adaptable to any decorative scheme Bite of News Moftly Personal She Strikes A New Note Commencement Speaker Uses War Theme Here Last Night Know what the war is all about, keep mouths shul in matters national and international, cooperate in 'every 'effort, and pray is the advice given graduates and tlve American public as a whole by Dr. John L. Hill of Nashville, Term., book editor of the Baptist Sunday School Board, as a means xrf aiding in the present conflict. Dr. Hill spoke last night at the commencement 'exercises at the high school stadium. bers of the Fuse Club was i last night 'by the ihbthers fe ' ' the 'American Region Hut immediately following the commencement : eiercises tit the high school sta'diurh. • Guests included members 'of the younger sets of the city, college students home for Summer vacations and tru'e"e out of 'town guests, Misss Beth Reding and Miss -Jean Whittington, '-or Memphis, house•] guests of N Miss Jean . Higgirison, and Miss Martha Site Billirigs, of Kennett, Mo., ' libtiseguest of Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore. Throughout their high school years, the 10 boys who makeup the club have had social affairs. At last night's dance, "they : made plans to again have ••annual 'Christmas dance . this year as : all of the group wilV probably be 'at homo for the holidays. Members of the club .are: Bobb'y McHaney, president, G'eorge HuV- The speaker, who was intvo- * ducfed Joy Dr. W. D. McClurkin, superintendent of city schools, addressed 'the capacity crowd : on the subject, "What Can •! Do?" His address preceded the presentation of diplomas to the 92 graduates by C. M. Buck. Says AH Must Help The former college professor accounted for his unusual commencement address because of the unusual, times, Present graduating classes and the people of today have witnessed history making, events, in the face of the facts that the United States forces have riot won a single major engagement and that enemy forces seem to be in the ascendancy eveii now, Ariterican people must ask' themselves what they • can do to -aid in this crisis, according to Dr.-Hill. He pointed out that individuals should know why the United State- Is at war and" what issues arc involved and should recognize the strength of the enemy. "Everything we .hold dear was attacked" when Japan pulled off her treacherous stunt -at Pearl Harbor while her diplomats were in the midst of : a peace conference in this country. "That's why we're in this war," Dr. Hill said. Rights threatened The blessings of a peaceful home, schools, churches, individual initiative, and the right to speak, think and worship as one pleases, all these fundamental things are now threatened, according to the speaker. "We can know that our enemy is strong and challenges the very best of A. Overholser, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, offered the benediction after which the class recessed to the strains .of the march from "Aida" by Verdi. HONOR MRS. SANDERS AT PARTY LAST NIGHT A farewell party was given for Mrs. James Sanders last night at the home of Mrs. Byron Nail by Mrs. Nail and Mrs. James Swigg'art. Mrs. Sanders will leave Saturday for Little Rock where she will make her home while Pvt. Sanders is in service. He is at Jefferson Barracks. The eight guests present for the party included one from out of town, Mrs. John Tyrone, of Jonesboro. In the rummy games, high prize went to Mrs. George Clay Hudson Jr.,' and low prize 'went to Mrs. Tyrone. ,The guest of honor was showered with handkerchiefs and dusting powder. Following the games, the hostesses served a sandwich plate with an iced drink. Major C. J. Little is ill at his home on Highway 01 North of the city, Miss Vera Elizabeth Goodrich, who has been attending Hendrix College, Mon way, is spending her Summer vacation here with her mother, Mrs. E. A. Goodrich. Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Burton are spending this week end in St. Luuis with Miss Lucille Russell, who is in training at city hospital at St. Louis. They will join Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Russell of Peach Orchard, Mo., who have been vacationing in points of Illinois and St. Louis. Mrs. R. F. Parks, of Memphis, returned home yesterday aftet having spent .several days here with Mrs. C. E. Parks. She was accompanied home by Miss Eloise Parks, who will spend the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Alton Thomas ,and family and her brothers, R. F. and R. C. Parks, and families. Mrs. J. D. McGill was called to Somerville, Tenn., this morning because of the critical illness of her uncle, Frank W. Day. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reichel of Oxford, Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Turner of Cullman, Ala., will come today to spend the week end with Mr. Reichel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Reichel, and •family. Miss Joyce Gill, who was a student at State Teachers College, Conway, this past year, is -spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. B. G. Gill, and family, before returning to school for the Summer session. Miss LaFetra Maye and Miss June Reinmiller, students at Missouri State. .Teachers College, Cape Girardeau. have returned home to spend the Summer vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F Maye and Mr. and Mrs. John F. Reinmiller. Miss Margaret Taschner arrived ast night from .Washington, to spend two weeks with her sisters, Mrs. Joe Keuter and Mrs. J. T Lane. Another sister, Mrs. John Wagon of Pryor, Okla., is also visiting here. Miss Charlotte 'McDermitt, of Chicago and Beaumont, Texas, came last night to be the guest of Mrs. Betty McCutchen Scanlon for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pierce of T OUISE LESCH1N, who, with *-'her sister, Joana, comprises America's youngest piano team wears veal full blown pink anc yellow roses atop her black silk petal calot. Pale blue veiling, falling gracefully under the chin adds the final feminine touch. SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON LAKK STREET ME1HOD1ST CHURCH Sturdy, pastor Church School, 9:50 a.m. Iversbn VLorrls, superintendent. Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m. The Rich Righteous," pastors sub- ect. Junior League, 6:15 p.m. Intermediate League, 7p.m. Senior League, 7 p.m. Evening Worship, "Why Paul was a Great Christian," pastor's ubject. You are Welcome to all of oui .ervices. Strangers in town are cordially invited to worship with us. Pipe of War PILGRIM LUTHERAN Sixth and Walnut Streets Robert Blel, pastor At 10 a.m. divine services. The sermon topic for this service will ae: AThe Everlasting Grace of the Triune God." Our doors are open to everyone. At 11 a.m., Sunday school. Thursday at 7:30 oclbck, the Sunday school 'teachers meet in the school. mon by the pastor. A • quartet will sing "Praise Ye the Lord" composed by Miss Agnes Weeks, Minister of music, in memory of her fat:ier. Members of the 'quartet will be Mrs. D. C. Sutherland, Mrs. George M. Lee, Cleve Gillispie, and W. Paul Pi-yor. 7 p.m. Youth Fellowship meeting. "China" will be the subject of a mission emphasis program given by the combined Youth Fellowship groups to which the public is invited. 8 p.m. Worship Service. Sermon y the pastor. Vocal solo by Miss Jola Brown. Our doors are always open to ewcomers and visitors in our city, ou are cordially invited to wor- ivp with us in all of our services. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE Led Marines in Philippines barcl. Jack Chamblin, David Btibne. Johnny White, John MdGlll, Bill Morse, BiUy Joritz, Joe • Evrard, arid "Warren Clark. l> Balloons and Spring flowers de- 1 corated the ballroom lor -the" formal affair. Confetti was distributed among the group. Intermission was at midnight. * * • HAS FAREWELL PARTY FOR 7VIRS. j. B. MRS. EYRUM HAS CBC CLUB PARTY Mrs. Paul Bvrum 'entertained Mrs. c. 'G. Hires entertained 10 members of the senior class for a farewell .party in honor of her daughter, Mrs. -J. B. Husbands, who WDS one of this year's graduates, Mrs. Husbands, the former Miss Betty Jo Hargett, left on the early morning train for St. Ijonis to Join Mr. Husbands, who is employed HI there. They will make 'their home at 8331 North Broadway, St. Louis. The party began immediately after the commencement exercises. '} Mrs. Hires served sherbet and cake before the group escorted Mrs. Husbands to the train. Makes Own Lixne-Spreader HINESBURte, Bt. (UP)— Roy , ley, 4s, -gathered spare machine ! parts and junk found around the barnyard and fastened it into a lime -spreader tJrat will cover the ground at the rate of 10 tons an li 1 hour. our ability." The American public must keep its mouth shut by curbing its opinions, suppressing its fears and perhaps by doing a little whistling in the dark", and by choking its criticism. Faith in the country's leaders was expressed by Dr. Hill •who emphasized that regardless of the individual feeling about the President, all must remember that he is the Commander. Th'e public can give up sugar, give up tires, do anything the government asks, buy defense bonds and cooperate with all groups in war endeavors. That is the least "we can do when ur finest are risking their all." Speaker Urges Prayer Last, the speaker emphasized he fact that the public can pray. Men have gradually transferred their dependence on God to their dependence on man." It's high ime, he added, that man acknowledges his dependence on God by prayer. In reply to the question, "what to pray for'?", he said, "Pray for our American people the rank and file, the plain people . . . . pray for bur leaders in their "tremendous responsibilities and obli- members of the C. B, C. Club and four guests for a party at her home yesterday afternoon. She u.sed roses, snapdragons and lilies to decorate her entertaining rooms. Guests were Mrs. R. L. Jacfcsoh, Mrs. A. A. Hardy, Mrs. D. C. Freeman, am! Mrs. J. J. Cooks ton. Mrs. Ross. Moore received high score prize. Mrs. J. D. Smith, second high prize, Mrs. Cookston, guest and Mrs. R. A. Copeland, bridge. A salad course with iced drinks was served after the games. Ce'ntralia, 111., are spending this week end here with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Purvis. They came down especially for the 'graduation of the Purvis' daughter,''Bobbie Ann, last night. Mrs. D. C. Neal left at noon today for Huntvngton, Ark., where she will make her home with her mother for the duration. 'Mr. Neal who is already in Huntington will leave from there for ah Officers' Training School. Mrs. Pizer Jacobs has... returned from Hot Springs where she underwent treatment for nine weeks. John Caldwell is spending this Week end in Memphis with Mrs. Caldwell. ! ' Mrs. Johnny Lippitt, of Memphis, is spending this week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Huntley. She will be accompanied home by her son, Buddy Lippitt, who has been attending school here this year. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wooten and son, Billy, and daughter, Betty Jean, and Mrs. Luna Dooley and daughter, Imogene, have been called to Little Rock by the death of Mrs. Wooten and Mrs. Dooley's sister, Mrs. Tom Lindsey. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday. Cadets Ross Dillon Hughes. Charles Afflick and Harris Hunt The Rev. J. J.. Thompson, pastor The Rev. A. S. Matfehiano, assistant Mass at 8 and '10 a.m., Sunday. Sunday night, 7:30-8:30 o'clock Holy Hour for men in our armed 'forces. Weekdays, mass at 6:30 and t o'clock. No vena to Our Sorrowful Mother 8 o'clock, Friday. "* ST. MATTHEWS CHURCH, OSCEOLA The Rev. J- J- Thompson, pasto Mass at 8 a.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST West Main off Highway 6L Oscar L. Hays, minister Bible study, 9:50 a.m. A class fo young and old. ... Preaching at 11 a.m. Subject 'The Church of Lavodicea." Young People's class, 7:30 p.m Preaching, 8 p.m. Subject, "Mai Shall Not Live By Bread Alone Ladies' Bible Class, Wednesday 2:30 p.m. Bible study and song practice 8 p.m., Wednesday. All are invited to attend these services. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth O. J- Chastain, pastor Sunday: „ g-.30 a.m. Bible School, Russell Baugh, superintendent. 10-40 a.m. Morning Worshihp. Duet "I Waited For The Lord" Mrs ' Paul L. Tipton and Mrs. Russell Farr, Sermon by the pastor. Fred CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE iVon-an's Clubhouse 1416 W. Main Ancient and Modern Necromancy lias Mesmerism and Hypnotism, denounced is the subject of the Wesson-'Sermon which will be read n all Churches and Societies of h Church of Christ, .Scientist, on Sunday, May 31, 1942. The Golden Text is: "The idols lave spoken vanity, and the di- iners have seen a lie, and have told false dreams; they comfort n vain." Zecharhih 10:2. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol- owing from the Bible: "The great dragon was cast out. that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan which deceiveth the whole world:And they overcame him by the. blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony." 'Revelation 12:9, 11. The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: "The Revelator Jifts the veil from this embodiment of all evil, and beholds its awful character; but he also sees the nothingness of evil and the allncss of God." p. 5S3. Wartime demands for oil in eastern U. S. rushed construction of Pbnlaiion Pipeline to •carry gasoline from Louisiana to North Carolina. Piece of pipeline is shown being lowered into three-foot trench thai hides it from air attack. Plan Expansion Of War Work For Blind Col. William P. Clement, U. S. Marine Corps officer who led leathernecks on Bataan, arrives at San Francisco from Australia with tales of heroism of the Philippine defenders. CHURCH OF THE XAZARENE First aiftl Sycamore Streets Fletcher Spruce, pustor Sunday School opening exercises, 9:45 a.m. Morning sermon, 10:45 a.m. N. Y. IP. S. meeting, 7:15 p.m. Evangelistic service, 8 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m. Missionary meetings Thursday. You are invited to worship with us in these services. SACRAMENTO. Cal. (UP)— Workshops for the blind may be expanded in California to produce goods ior war purposes. Dr. Aaron J. Ro.sanoff, state director of institutions, announced that 12 new workshops would be established and two others would be enlarged if a legislative appropriation is obtained and the Federal Security agency approves. Quantities of defense materials aw? produced now at the existing state blind shops in Los Angeles and San Diego. High Test Fuel Costs To Be Reduced By War TULSA, Okla. (UP)—A reduction from 18 cents to approxi- Ohio Bunkers Go to War COLUMBUS, O. i UP) — More than 700 men from Ohio banks are now in the armed -services of the United States, a survey made by the Ohio Bankers Association has disclosed. This averages mere than one man from every bank in the state. director. A Cordial Welcome Awaits Y<m it The Beauty gatlpns •. . . pray for the last boy in uniform and the last nurse in Service, all who are offering their all in the conflict pray for victory." He added that he, him- EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETS Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon and Mrs. Murray Smart were hostesses to 11 members of the executive board. Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, for a meeting yesterday afternoon at the Stickmon home. Mrs. Charles Newcomb gave the devotional after which a brief business session was conducted. Mrs. Harry Brooks opened the meeting and 'Mrs. O. J. Chnstain closed the meeting with prayer. Ihe hostesses served during the social hour which lowed the biisiness session. GREARS TO HAVE FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Grear's home will be the scene of a family reunion this xveek end as the Grears' son. Lieut. George Grear. late of Fort Bcnning, Ga.. and his cousin, Pvt, Ed Johnson of Scott Field, 111., are both here for a visit. MIND YOUR MANNERS T. M. «t«. V. 9. PAT. 7-45 p.m. Evening Worship. Special Music. 'Sermon by the pastor. Baptismal Service. Monday: 7:30 p.m. Baptist Training Umon Council. 7:30 p-m. Deacons' Meeting. Wednesday: . 7 p.m. Officers and Teachers meeting. . ,. 7-30 pm. Business Meeting oi tne church. The pastor will give _ a brief report of his visit to Mexico in connection with the prayer meeting He will discuss the industrial, 'historical, civic and relgious attitudes of the people. r '8:15 p.m. Choir rehearsal. ier gallon for 100 ;he kind used in America's war planes—was forecast here by Dr. W. L. Nelson of the University of Tulsa. Nelson said the high-test • gasoline was a major factor in American warplane performance. The cost of producing the gasoline now is 18 cents a gallon, but Nelson believes that plants now. being built or -planned will reduce that figure nearly 50 per cent. Geologists recognize four great eras of world evolution—the Pro- terozoic (about 1,335.000,000 years ago), the Paleozoic 'about 317,000000 years ago), the Mesozoic (about 105.000,000 years ago), and the Cenozoic. which st,arte<l 53,000,000 years ago, and continues. came this morning to spend their Summer vacations here with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. C, F. Afflick and Mr and Mrs Ney Hunt. They are all students at Kemper Military Academy, Boonville, Mo. Miss Lela Ely the left last night for Detroit to be with her brother. Joe T. Blythe who is critically ill at his home. He has been in ill health for several months, but his condition became quite serious last night when Miss Blythe was notified. Promised Land News WSCS To Meet The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at Prom- ise'd Land Methodist Church for j solution—(b). the monthly program. Mrs. S. B. Wilford and Miss Virginia Echols, of Blytheville, will be guest speakers. Mrs. Wilford will give a report on Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the f'ol- lowing questions, then checking against the authoritative answers oelow : 1. When a man takes a woman in to dinner, does he offer her his right or left arm? 2. When one man comes up to say good evening to another who is .seated, does the man who is seated rise and shake hands? 3. Is it good manners to spend all your time at a dinner party talking to the person on one side of you? 4. At a formal dinner, does the hostess enter the dining room first or last? 5. Is it good policy to correct the grammar used by one's friends? What would you do if— You meet a person with a new job and you knew the person who held it before — < a) Keep talking about how good the other person was at the job? <b> If you discuss the job, talk about it from the new person's point of view? Answers L His right. 2. Yes. 3. No. Divide your time between 'hose on either side of you. 4. Last. 5. No. Better "What Would You Do" BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street Sunday: Taste 'o fLife for Seniors VINITA, Okla. (UP)—To acquaint Vihita high school seniors wiih responsibilities, business men have arranged a "Senior Work Day." They have agre'ed to hire at least one senior on Work Day to demonstrate present day problems. At The Hospitals a general assembly meeting at Columbus, Ohio which she recently attended. Blytheville Hospital One *t tht £»«*, *•** mot- em slMpi to Ntrtheai AT- self, was not praying for peace, ( Pvt. Johnson's sister, Mrs. T. L. only victory, as he could see no "~ peace short of victory for the Allies. In conclusion. Dr. Hill said, "I can give my best and God help me, -I will." The graduates filed in as the band played the march from "Athalia" by Mendelssohn. The Rev. O. J. Cha&tain, pastor of First Baptist Church, asked the invocation after which the high school . band played Romberg's ".The Student Prince." Following the y principal address, the high school glee club sang Ayrton' .anthem,. "An Evening's " 'and Mr. Buck present- Winters, and children of Birmingham. Ala., are expected to come today to spend a week here, although Pvt. Johnson will return to camp tomorrow. Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Samuel of Hickman. Ky., will come over to "be with the family tomorrow. Lieut. Grear's sister, Mrs. J. H. Oxman, and son, David, of Union, N. J., are already here. Admitted: Hazel Patterson, Tier, Mo. Dismissed: Mrs, Dyer Gamer, Armorel. Walls Hospital Admitted: '.^ \ Mrs. Marvin Lane, city. Nelson Hamilton. Manila. Memphis Baptist Mrs. Cecil Lusk. Keiser. Mrs. C. G Morehead. Blytheville. Gospel Girls To Speak The Gospel Girls, a unit of evan- gelist.s ,wiH be guest speakers ai the morning and evening services at. Full Gospel TaV>ernacle Sunday. The unit, en route to a national convention, will be present one: Elimination of brass in shoe eye- day cnly. There will be special -, i ots saves enough brass to make music and singing, the Rev. Clif- ; ] 000 000 snel i casings. ford L. Thicker, pastor, has an- 9:30 a.m. Bible School, G. T->. Abbott, superintendent. 6:30 p.m. Baptist Training Union, George Ingram, director. sBYTERIAN Jatnfes A. Ovcrhclser, Minister 'Church School 9-45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 ^a.m. Theme, "Following Afar Off." Young People's Meeting 7 p.m. Evening Worship 8 pm. Sermon subject- '"Christian Perseverance," from the text. Galatians 6:9, "And let us hot be weary in well doing." Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 PJ Choir Practice Wednesday 8:15 p.m. You are cordially invited to at- , tend the services of this church. Visitors in the city are especially welhome. Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God." Matthew 4:4. FULL-GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lilly and Vine Streets Clifford -L. Thacker, Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Roy" Handley. supertindent. Preaching, 11 a.m. by Gospel Girls. Jr. P. Y. tp. A, 6:30 p.m. Sr. P. Y. P. A., 7 p.m. Wilma Wright, president. Evangelistic Service, 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Monday night, 8 p.m. Young peoples service Tuesday Nieht, 8 p.m. Wednesday night revival, H. A Chan'ey. FIRST METKOblST CHiTRCH Main and Seventh S. B. Wilford, pastor 9:45 a.m. Church School, S. K Garrett. superintendent. 10:45 a.m. Worship Service. Ser- Old Bike Still in Service WESTFIELD, Mass. (UP)—Henry 'A. Stillman isn't worrying about the automobile tire rationing problem. A Columbia bicycle which he bought in 189G and winch has been in continuous service for 45 years is still being ridden by its owner. MINOR cuts BURNS iiilNEi Read Courier Rews waul ads. Sunday Special PALACE CAFE Now Located at 207 W. Main St. (Air Conditioned) with Currant Dressing Desert—FRESH STRAWBERRY SHORT CAKE WITH WHIPPED CREAM FRIED a la Maryland SPECIAL DINNER REGULAR LUNCH .40c Try one of our New Elcctrk "^Grilled Steaks, They Sir/.le. Thompson and Lindsay Islands were removed frbm maps of the South Atlantic this . year because both have vanished. Th%y had been ed' the diplimas, The Rev. James listed since 1825. ncnmmi. Before they can be elected to the Hall of Fame at New York ! University, men and women must be dead for 25 years. In two Tennessee counties re- \ cently the monthly new tire quota totaled just one tire «iach. OLD FASHIONED REVIVAL Charles K. Fuller, Director Old Hymns and Gospel Pro&ching KLCN 5:00 p.m. Sundays 1320 Kilocycles. Continuous International Gospel Broadest * for all occasions Persohalized Service THE FLOWER SHOP pheme 491 Glciicoe Hoiel fildg. Phone 418 ... Let Us— Store Your FURS and WINTER GARMENTS in Our Certified Cold Storage Vaults THIS LOCK AND SEAL IS YOUR GUARANTEE— It can be attached only to articles actually stored in certified cold storage vaults, which have been fnsjTCrlod by onirinfccrs representing- (he Amrican Institute of Refrigeration and approved. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTER DRY CLEANING STEAM lAt/NDKY

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