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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 23, 1936
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BLYTHEVILLE, <AitK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 23, i93(5 Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Circles of W.M.U. First -Bapllst church: 1, Mrs. C. W. Afflick; 2, Mrs. E. W. Simmons; 'J, Mrs. R. E. Blaylock; 4, Mrs. J. H. Smart; 5, Mis. Kendall Berry. junior G. A.'s First Baptist church niecfing 4 p. in. at church. Business • and Professional Women's cliib cmterlalntnfi graduates with ;\vatcr. carnival, 8 p. m, al Whlslle pool. . W.M.S., First Methodist church, meeting at churcli, 2:30 p. in. Woman's Council, First Christian church, meeting al social hall, 3:30 p. in. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Junior II. A.'s meeting First Baptist church, 4 p. m. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs having Tuesday Bridge club. , Young Matrons club meeting •wilh Mrs. Doyle Henderson. . WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Whit, Goodman having Wednesday Bridge club. Sunbeams meeting First Baptist church, 4 p. in. .THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. F. B. Joyner having Thursday Contract club. . Mid-Week Bridge club mi'cllug with Mi's. W. L, Horncr. Kiiilcs Given Showers Mrs. Dick WalEon. who was formerly Miss Lncilc Bourlnncl, and Mi's. Oscar McFull, who was before her recent marriage, Miss Mildred Lee Norman, were gucsls of honor at n .bunco party given by other employes of Ihc Southwestern Bell Telephone Company Thursday night at ilic home of Mr. and Mi's. Paul Damon. Miss Rosalie Russell won both the 'high score and tnivi'llni! award and the low score prize went to Miss Marie .Umnuulaski. The -brides were showered wilh assortments of gifts, Ice cream and cookies were served. '> «: * . Country Club Hasva'Dance. •:.;;•,: ~B6buV Gre'cr ' and his Band ol moving lo I'Yirt Smith June 1, had a dancing p-.irly last night lit the. hut for 135 guests. I She roculvcd ivlili Douglas Hani-' niock, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C V. Scbaiign, .. and Mr. and Mrs. Guorjje W. Barliam. Sliirlcy Juno Barham also assistc:!. Hojes.aiul coreapsis dcc.tialed the lint where I lie bny.s nnd (>lrli danced for several hours, Pmu'li and csakjfs wer? served. Included Jn ilia guests ware I'ctu Siitton, or Osceola. Patsy KLiiiuLiMi- maycr, of Lcai'livllle, JUKI Marshall Aubrey Jacksnn, of Hardy, Ark.,' liou.scgu?st of nil] chnniblln. ; | Kiis of News Mostly Personal Mrs. W. I), nurke. of Cirron- wrtnl, Mi;..s,, who hn:i lircn si)t-iul- 111!! n week with Mr. and Mrs. T. J -limki', left today for a visit In Fulton, Ky.. Ivfoie relnrning home. .Irssc While Is altcmllol; lo l»":'li)C£s In Konnett, Mo., toiltiy. He was accompanied by his Kon, John Charlra, who Is the guesl of his cousin, Marilyn Morris. . Mrs. Samuel C. Owens is ill at her home on Kentucky Ave. Pat O'liiyanl, who has been at Hie Memphis Volcrims hospital J for (lie pa-it six weeks, returned home today. Dr. Paul 1.. Tlpton motored down for him. Mr. ami Mrs. Raymond llsairy have been in Memphis for a few days. W. l-\ Hall, of Stcclc, Is a pn- licnl at the Memphis Hapllst hos- „ - - , . , . , ,, v Romance lurnlshed music for the cJarrigan of Tallulah', w dance at file country club lasl ilight. S. J. Cohen wa.s muster of ceremonies for the cleverly nrrnng- cfi affair. 'Mr. and Mrs.•• Charles, Crlgscr were hosl and hosless'-si Ihe incm- btrs and these guests: Mr. and Mrs. . Ralph Uowdcn and Mr. and Mi's Bob Bo'.vclen, of Joiner, John Miles Miller ot Meinp'ms, with Mrs. Mil; lei, O. C. Harliert, of Memphis, mth Mr., and Mrs. 1> O. Nash, and Max D. Miller, of Helena. '•Su'celpc-as, coreopsis. daLsics and ther gar ballroom. •*••'* EnlcrLiins Club.' iMrs. Qcorgn W. Barliam w:vs hostess to the Fortnightly Club Thursday afternoon iVhBn Mrs. \V. II Hplcomb won the prize, a lace dr?s- EDT set. Th2 hostess used lovely flowers from her garden to decorate her living, dining and, sun rooms. She served a chaEse to.if with cooki?s and an iced drink after the card games. • . * * • j Has Club Tarty. >Irs. Jcsss M. while was Siostrsi to the Thursday Afternoon Bridw club when Mrs. Earl Buckley aiit! ili£s Marguerite Maltheirs substituted. Nfrs. white had the party at the home of 'iisr sUter Mrs Rives Alten: Mrs. Allen won the pri?.;, hosiery. . , An ice course was served. * * * Gives Farewell J/ancrii£ Party. •Jcanetta Jean Scbaugh, who i£ Dnvid Brown jr., of Bassclt, was taken lo the Memphis Jiapllst hniiillnl Friday. Mrs. Aubrey Jackson and son. of Hards', and Mrs. Llinsford Vales of DiMin, Mo., nrc BUMls of- Mr and Mrs. W. n, Ctmmblin, Mrs. John O'Slica. of 'Tallulah, La.-, is Ihe guest of her parent iMr: and-Mrs,.,W. A. Edwards, sha was accompanied bv Mrs. C. W. ,vho will visit lier parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Gay for P. month, and by Ml.« Mary Blanche Goy. who returned liome after spending a wcnk with "ncr sister. Mrs. Garrigan. and Mr. Clarrigan. Mi's. Joe I). Ilalback. formerly of here and now of Tnlluluh. ^..'underwent an operation for gtiller a woek ago at n Vicksburj, Miss., V.ospltal. Her condition is very Over tlie Bridge Table By 'R*?n Settles Down 1 as Air Hostess We'd been waiting until June to get excited over Ihc prospects cf weddings and with severs weeks yet to go we find ourselves In the midst of them. And at the same lime wc/hcar^cr several un- lleliig knoU-ot at least thlhklm, atout it, Laura Crowdcr »nd Randolph King will be married amli flowers and music Saturday nigh —tlicy will live at Jackson, Tenn., _ which Laura already loves, she from Osceola and surround"-! <lcc ' iires ' Mirlim Cooley found • • • ' romance as well as work al Wilson and so Is engaged to thai nice ELstncr licall who excels In anything lie undertakes. They will become "Mr. and Mrs." June ninth In another home wedding. Lucllc Boiirland married Dick Watson Misses Clementine liowen, ' Pearl' '"I 11 " 5 " le ^Ig wedding andxSays Marguerite Pope Is "Miss Osceola 1 OSCEOLA, Ark. ; May 23.—Jvilss Marguerite rope was chosen "Mis? Oiccola" last night In a contest at the Ocm theater in which about 5( slrh from Osceola and surrounding territory were entered, sh'e will go to Little Ro:k In Jims lo compete In the slate contest for the selection of "Miss Arkansas," queen of t'.ie state centennial celebration. Miss Pope's closest rivals were dciignatcd ns her maids. They arc: Misses Clementine liowen, ~ : '•' Ciirtwrlglil, Marlon Croiner, Tavlor, Virginia Crooner, -Lurllm j WeBf-it surprise was King Mat- Wilson, Jcanctlc Montague, Dohfni 'lie* 1 *' marriage to attractive Mrs. W. 'P. Oglesby, of Foil Smith. Thurman demons and • his new bride arc living at Wynne. Illythcvlllc did her biggest, and De Vcrlon Clayton, Wilson; Fran- >csl at the Centennial pageant llkcs living on the farm, Rac Driver, Martha Jane Cartwright and Frances Comvay, all of Osceola; Billto HlRgs and Mary Lo- rlne Cox, of Leachvlllc; MS Taylor and Ruth Chllds, Kclssr. W. C. Fielding, WMQ radio n"- ! noi'neer, was master of •ceremonies In the contest last night. In.fnJ' preliminary Judging, Clarence Wll- ton, of Blythevlllc, and W. P. (Hy) Wilson, of Wilson, were judges, and Ilia linn! selection of the mice n was made by Harry Martin, theatrical critic and'columnist of the Commercial Appeal. ' - : Tallowing tlie contest, Ihc girls were gucsis of Miss Emma Cox at a reception and dance at the Community i House. Harry Martin,. w.. C. Fielding, curly Brimcr, 'start photographer of the coiiirrierdlii) Appeal, and Ben Blucstchi whrc dinner guests of Miss Cox preceding the contest, S MAKT foi iji^nmei is tlin print cd fiock winch Mis H C Pliipps wears to the races at New fi'ork. Roman numerals, In while, show ;ip effectively against the navy blue background. Thp neckline is faced'with while silk lo jiKitcli Ihc collar. A sports coal of camel's hair and a white straw Honibui'K with veil and navy blue (jrosgram band complete Hie ensemble. , Max R. Rckl js Icavinj (relay for St. Paul. Minn., when 1 hi: is lo appear before the federal circuit court of appeals. I Two-County Epworth Rally 'Planned at Hayti June 21 CAHUT1IERSVILLE. Mo.— Pol- hvltijf a iiu'cllng of Ep'worth League olliclals of Pemlscol and Dunklin counties, It was announced Hint a Arcadia Rally would be held iti North Park at Hayll, Sunday, June The rally will bo held In the afternoon. Tile Rsv. Fred Stallcr of Dexter, director of young people's work in t'ne I'onlnr Bind district and (lie Rev. F. V. Bower or Maiden, will nariicipatc In His program. A basket dinner will be served in Die evening. Luxora Society — Personal Mrs. Sue Brown and Mrs. E. H. Uo»an were Memphis visitors Friday. Miss Sara Morchcad, of Osceolrt, was I'iie guest Friday of Mrs. Louise McHcnry. Mr, and Mrs. s. J. smith arc leaving Sunday for Columbia, Tennessee, to attend the commencement exercises of Columbia MIH- 'ary Institute. Their grandson which brings to our mind that vc heard "some one" say In her nosl critical manner, '"isn't It .crriblc they don't have, places for us lo sit?"—forgetting, we sup- XBC. that Blythcvlltc's programs are oftentimes not supported by local citizens and lhat they prc- >arecl for 2000 against the advice of many who declared 1000 wouldn't conic. But more than 3000 came and many went back home after they couldn't gel, scats or parking places within many blocks. That airplane was really big town stuff. When the oxen appeared • two boys became : quite heated in an argument over them, one declaring they were Oxen and Ihc oilier that they "were bulls! We .';mn lo have unlimited talents in Alia Mac Darlington and Martha Wlnbuvn, who did much of the work in the >*>how. Everything cither of tlicm attempts is always perfectly done. Another home ' town girl made good when Margaret Keck led the annual senior ball of Notre Dame as tiviccn. William J. Schmuhl, the nencral chairman, who invited her, apparcnlly knows how lo pick 'em. We can't wait to sec that favor of & pendant set with Ihc Notre Dame crest in mother of pearl and gold. When Margaret J'nd her date were dining at the Black Hawk in Chicago recently the orchestra dedicated a number HES I'lLGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH II. J. KldnJIrml, 1'aslor Sunday school, 9 .a. m. Morning worship, -1C a, m. Subject: "What Kind of Wltness- Bearcrs docs Christ Desire?" Evening worship, 1:30 p. m. Subject: "The Pure In Heart." Teachers' meeting after the eve- ulnq service. Yen are Invited to our services. —John 8,41. ] once and Health with Key to the I Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: ' "Sight, hearing, all the spiritual senses of man, arc eternal. They cannot be lost. Their reality and Immortality are In Spirit and understanding, not In matter,—hence their permanence. If this were not so, man would be speedily annl- illaled." (Page 486: 23-37). Traveling only 2500 miles a week a.s stewardess on a Chicago-New York airline, .Mary E. Musscn, above, has "pracli- cally settled. down." She was born in Cliingkiang, China; educated In Shanghai, London, Onl., and Whcaton, III.; nnd completed her • nurse's training in Toronto and Chicago. Clarence Crawford Jr., is a student ln "Miss Margaret Keck, of Bly- in the academic department. , thevlllc, Ark., the queen of the The teachers in Luxora schools I Notre Dame ball." iSlie's Pretty Eve 'Of Britain's Eden iCachville Chamber Entertains Ladies I EACHVILL-I3. Ark .-The ladies )f Ihc Ea;lem Et;ir. Uiimc Dcmon- •tralicn club. Civic League and Ucthodist and liaptisi missionary Tactics were entertained with a '"h slimier at Johnson Park, south if Lcachvillc, Thursday evening '"•y U'r Lcachvilln Cliambcr of Commerce. .The ladies -have been civing the chamber of commerce unciirm each Thursday noon for 'wo years and President F. P. T lshrr wiuilcd to 'show I linn his 'icanl^.alion could really eulnr- '.a'm. Vii'Kil Greene and County Judni- '.al B. Harmon, both 'of Blythc- illc, were I lie principal speakers. Mr?. C. C. Cc.unce spoke in behalf i t'ne ladies of Hie several or- An invilalion had been extend-* cd to the Commercial Appeal j M. in the Masonic Hall "at the vagabond. Gi-crgo Mori-land, but irmilar meeting of Ihc Carnlhcrs- hc was confined lo a hospital and ville Chapter. who,will spend the summer src^.MIss Tennyson, In Arkadclphli', wltlij her father nnd In Smackpve^. with her two brothers; Miss BOD Williams, wilh her sister in OWcns-' boro. Ky., later going to San Dic-i BO. Cal.; Jlmmlc slack, at his home in . .Gunion, Ark., and Coach "Soak" Sanderson, at Stuttgart^ Ark. Mrs. Lem Stanford will leave Monday for Arkansas Stale college, Jonesboro. accompanied by Miss Ids Hill and Miss Maxinc Halstead, ot Blythevillc, for Ilic first 's weeks term of summer school. The friends of Mr. and Mrs Will install. Grand Chaplain Monday Night CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. May 23.-The Rev. W. L. Meyer, pastor cf Ihc local Methodist church, who was elected Grand Chaplain of the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons at a recent slate mcclliig, will be installed into the offtrc hci-c Mondav evening. May mable lo attend. There were more • Ulan \tlcndonce. Frank P. UriRRS, of Macon, Mo. 200 inlOr.incl Hlpli Priest of the Grand | Chapter, will be hero to inslal Rev. Meyer. Briggs will also address Ihc nu'inbcrs of the Chapter and members of the Lodge. Accompanying Grand Higl Priest Ilrlccs will be George C Mnrqiils. of Independence, Mo Grand Lecturer of the Grand Chapter. C. V, Scbaugh Will Take Position at Fort Smitl Rur;,l Sociology Students Make Slut'y in Pemiscot fJARUTHFRSVll.IE. M".. Mny i" t\ [jioi'ii of Missouri Univev- tiy sUKlnils. stiidvini; ruriil SOB- 'r!oiy nntlrr Iho direction of 'Dr. £.. I... Morenn. ;ire .studyinf: condi-. tlrur, in rcml«:nt county. '| The grotii). inidrr Ihc direction, of Mir,-, Alice Taylor. Held si peril cr. is mskini Hs hradnuartere al Stcclc. 'Ilicy will m;ct and! ... 1-lk with residents of Holland,' nas ' ;£=n connected wilh the Ar Ccctcr. Brasp.iriocio. Organ and I knnsas-Missonrl 1 Power companj Biulrr lowmhips. and Stecle. Hol-j' las rrslcmM his position as dis l"!iti. Ilaywnrd. Wdrdcll. Brasij! lrifl manager. He and his fam City nnd IMsccl.i. Towns havin? I i! - v <v ill mcvc to Fort Smith Jim a |icnublir,n of 2.503 and nndcr)'• whrre he will have - his head TIC cla-ssiftcd as rural by the do-1 waiters as ::or.c manager of th , irlmenl. ] Itivcslius Syndtcato company fo The group cxp?cts lo r.pendi lliro<1 slates. atom. ^ mcnth tfkiiif! Ihc strvcv! rllc Srl>aii|;h family come here in this county. Those making the! fcvrn Vo.irs aao from Irontoi . who,for 14 year Hilly are Miss Edna Ruth Davis. j cf Hincr.iulwio; Crracc Unit. Kclrn Vl-iuiV'ihoiiilr-.'. fnfiiccT Jcllrlcs. Alien II. Taylor, field supervisor: 'din Flct^ and Louis lirowiiins, the latter all of Colvmbla. Me. Mr. Rcbaugh has been I public utilities work for 1C year Viobalily the smallo-st college in. Anirrira i s Uro)>sie College, In Philadslpbla. It 'nas about 25 Ktu- 'dcnls and six teachers. Drs. Wcrt & Wcrt OPTOMKTRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Stort, "\\K MAKE 'EiH SEE" Phone 540 j fe) Has/.Wriglilson, London. Of all the wives of world-famous inch, tliis most charming young woman probably is the least known to Hie public—Mrs. Anthony Eden, \vife or Great Britain's 39->ear-old foreign secre» toy*, sliown'm a new and excellent studio portrait, AJ1 Now Located al 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, Proprietor Ailain E Macnlncn fepafrlns— fiVls—Blbbon*''''' i! menus ol Mr. and Mrs funk Lewis'.'will regret to Icaril lat their condition Is very little, nny, improved. Their daughter; rs. Willie Turner, of Texas, is exacted to arrive soon. Little Anne Claire Wilkins is home with a case of lumps. Miss Mildred Galyoan, of Mcin- his. is the guest for several days f Miss victoria Layle. Mr. and Mrs. Anccl Montgomery, f Keiser, are announcing the birth f a son on. May H. HC has been nmcct James Travis Montgomery nd tips the scales at nine pounds, lother and son arc doing nicely. Irs. Montgomery Is better known s Mildred Majors, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. J. M. Majors, Luxora. The Baptist Woman's Missionary ocicty met in the church audlto- 'um Tuesday afternoon for the irogram on "Yotil'n Movement in he Kingdom." taken from tlie Roy- U Service, and led by Mrs. s. Smith. Tlie devotional was giv rom Matthew 18:1-6. Mrs. John rinvcatt Rave a resume of tbo t'outh Movements in Germany Itnly. Russia, and America, song four R. A. boys. "Give of Your Best I o the Master." As fills year marks tlie flftlclr anniversary of the organlzntion of he Siml)?ani Band movement. Mrs Smith gave the hislory relating to Ihe organization of the movement traced it through its fidy years of growth. A jong, "J»sns The places we've been lalcly include outside Mat Scruggs' back Hollls) is now living in. Memphis —that the nice; Harberls (who hail from Hie- oilier Centennial state) like to . go places: and do things—that Weymouth- Jones lost 'wo pounds doing'thC;May 'breakfast, much lo Inc.,anger of .some of our friends ^ who are spending dollar to lake .treatments hi Mom- phis for reducing'— that Hazel Kirby's culc little niece, Joan Wilburn, has returned to her home In Paiagoilld—that Gladys Moss will be home from New York June I—that C. M. Buck - couldn't, find his way around 'the house for a week while Mrs. Buck did sprln; cleaning—that Nell Council, guest- ing ' with Ihe C. S. Stevens am C. H. Halls, is much like her sister, Sadie Clark—that the Jack Homers had an attractive.-visitor, their sister, Nannie Clark Smith, last weekend—that the- -Englers 1 guests, •'Mr. and:'Mrs. M. I. Hell- niulh, have been fishing' HS- well as going to parties—that Virginia Walton and FULL GOSl'IJL CHURCH Corner Lily & Vino Sts. 9:45 a. m., Sunday school, N. W. Trantham, Siipt. U a. m., worship hour. Sermon, "Sunshine in Ihc Clouds," by Ihc pastor. 0:45 p. m., Jr. & Sr. P.Y.P.A. 1:45 p. m., evangelistic service. Sermon, "Baptism With the Holy Qhosl," by (he pastor. A community singing conducted by Mr. R. E. Smllii of Holland will be held at this church at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The purpose of this gathering will be to prepare for the Bl-County Annual Singing Convention of MIs- sissiirpi and Pemiscot Counties to be held here tlie 4th Sunday, ii icxt month. We urge thai al iiiige'rs and Ihose who arc Inter islcd in singing' lo atlend thl: id-vice Sunday afternoon. Th' 'ublic Is cordially Invited, - ' FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Seventh and Main W. V. Womack, Pastor Church school, 9:45 a. m. The school will ^closc in lime for all who desire' to attend the commencement sendee to do - 50. leagues, 6:45 p. in. Evening Church .worship, 1:30 o'clock. The ixistor will use for Ills subject, "Spiritual Equipment." The men's chorus will sing. •There will be no morning Church worship service on account of the high school service at Ihe City [enec'.lp ' longingly at his red roses .(and whence told him we didn't take any because he was no! at home lie rejoined "that is •jlrlsht that you didn't") Hall. LAKE; STREET METHODIST . cinmcii Vcrnon E. Chalfiuit, Pastor Cmirch .school, 9:45 a. m. Iver- Eon Morris, Geh'l. Snpt. No churcli service, to attend commencement service. Young People's League, 6:45 p. m .Church service, 7:30 p. m. Sermon subject, "Jesus, the Rcvcalcr of God." Christian -Worker's Training class Monday, 7:45 p. m. Subject "Christian Living.'' CHURCH OF .THE NAZARENE Vine and Second Sis. her • husband, - Berry | .Sunday school,, 9:45 a.m: Henry .vljttie.'-Virginia.. ..left Rhylee,.supt." . '. down Main Street Brook's^ v su\A:,. Ijtt Memphis'this-'Aveek' for .the summer In California — that Aubrey Oonway took Connie'• to • Menrphis .o visit an old • sweetheart who is ?cod looking. ''. ' . ; spied Nell Harris. Marjoi-ic Martin Lltzelfelner (Washington, D. C.,) and Oscar Bailey horsrf back riding - (we hope that will soon be an ordinary event hero with Ihc new. stable lo be al the park! i. . . at home the night of the boat dance but we hear the music was goo<l and hasten to announce lhat the President will be 'at Osccola June 1 to the Blue room 'lolhcr night where we saw Clara Louise Davis . in an angel dress, Dorothy Evans with Anne Stevens roller and two nice men. The Pilgrcens of Memphis \vho lire a most swanky couple (they were guests of the Hassons) to .see , Louis Cherry's roses but we came away with a lovely peony peony . lo the dance last night at the country club where Jlmmlc Cohen made himself fam- cus as a master fo ceremonies and Bobby Grccr and his orchestra played their best music. ' ; Somo of the tilings we've heard V'liich we can repeat^that Eliza- hclli. Rivers. Ruth Butt's guest frcm Elgin, Texas. Is the cutest person—that Dill Chamblln (the younger one) was on the elevator at the Pcabody with Mary Carlisle EO they became friends — lhat Judge Doyle Henderson had some ofV lls friends In to cat chicken with him Ihe other night and no women were allowed—that Henry Smith, who now hails Irom Houston, Texas, tells us Sue SarUiln Barnctt U Ihe same old Sue auci still reporting . . . lhat Ida Sue ] Johnson Hollis (formerly Mrs.Pete' Baccalaureate Service at Manila Tomorrow MANILA — Baccalaureate service for Manila high school • graduates will be 'ncld at the Methodist church at,8 o'clock toaiorrow night. Tile Rev. M. F. Galhright will deliver Hie sermon. The Rev. John M. Harrison will'give Ihc invocation and tile benediction. '.Commcnccihent exercises will be held Thursday,. May 28, at the ' meeting. ' ' ,'MOrningLwprship, 11 a. N. Y. F. S:, 6:45 p. in. Mrs. J C. Crlher, snpt. • Tbe Rev Holland London, distric superintendent of Ihc Arkansa group, will prcac'a at both service and will advise, as io the pasto for the reinaini-r of Special music will be rendcr<\ by the Rhylr-c quartet. FIRST rUESnVTERIAN CHURCI Stu.irl H. Salmon, Pastor .Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. ; There will be no church scrv ices because of the baccalaurcat service in the morning and th night service is being omitted be cause the pastor is in Augusta j Ga., for Ihc general assembl FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Waliiul and Kiglilli Alfred Carpenter, Pastor 9:30 A. M., Sunday school. 11:00 A. M., Baccalaureate service at clly hall. I .CO I". M., liaiilist Training Unic ..•;. 1:3(i P. M., Worship service. Sermon .subject: "Will a Lov- lug Gcd Permit Anyone lo -La Eternally Lost?" Bapllsinal service to follow sermon. Wednesday night. Prayer services will be held in Hie auditorium of the church during Ihe simmer months. The pastor will bring special messages in these services. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUItCH Carroll R. Cloyd, I'astor Bible school. D:45 A. M., I, O. Wcstbrook, superintendent. Morning worship, 10:50 A. M. Sermon: "The Challenge of (he Unutlalncd." Evening worship, 7:30 P. M. Sermon: "The Hearers." Christian Endeavor. fi:30 P. M. Council meeting Monday afternoon at 2:30 at the hall. Mid-week .service Wednesday ivcning al 7:30. Did you ever :sk yourself just why you go lo hiirch? Well, sec it you can mswcr the qresllon and bring •our answer lo Ihc meeting Wcd- icsday evening. Daily Vacation Churcli school at Methodist church June 1st lo June 12th. All children between ices of 4 and 14 may atlend this school. '.UXOIIA MKTHOniST CHURCH .las. T. Rniullc, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Mrs. Sue Brown, superintendent. There \vill be no morning or evening service. Pastor will fill regular appointment on the Dyess-Kci- uer circuit. Auxiliaries at 0:30 p. in. LUXORA BAPTIST CHURCH U P. Ficmming, Pastor Sunday .sbTinol, 9: 45 am. J. M. Majors, superintendent. Morning worship, u a. m. Wednesday night pravcr service 1:30. Junior and Intermcdiato B. T. U. Counsellors, Mrs. W. L. Clark, and Mrs. Louise McHcnry. Evening worship, 7:,io p. m. : Tnc ordinance of baptism will be administered to two .young ladies Jane Wise and Li|cl.ll(j Gallop, and three young boys, Lc'xic ana Bcr!' Corkran and Leon Smith. . Methodist church at 8 o'clock The salutatory. address- will be given by Macie -Davis and Max Isaacs will give the valedictory. 1 The Rev. iir. Harrison will deliver the commencement .address. fl'hose In '• the ' graduating class arc: Macie Davis; - Mclba Davis Max Isaacs, odelt .Holsclaw, Jack Berry. Eriicst Giles; Har\fcy,.Sul- FOR DISTINCTIVE HBAUTY SERVICE Call IOC MARGARET'S KEA1JTY SHOP Ingram Bldg. • I /1 COOI.EST SPOT IN TOWN! CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE: 708 W. Main "BODY AND SOUL" is the subject ot the Lesson-Sermon which will bs read in. all Churches ot Christ, Scientist, Sunday morning at .11 o'clock. . The Golden, Text is: "Dearly beloved, I beseech you as si: ""!^JS"^V OWCn ' :noy Moorc |ind pilgrims, abstain from fleshly ' ; ! lusts, w'liich war against soul." (I and'Edwin Hudson. | I'clcr 2:1». Among the citations which Bombs for Sharks Urjcd SANTA CRUZ. Cal. lUP) -City ' prlsc'Tte ^^.-o^utu,, is M ,v .„,-authorities, are. considering a silg- lowing passage from the Bible- "So. Bcstion that aviation be utilize:! | Jesus had compassion on them, and for ridding Monterey Bay of'sharks touched their eyes: and immediatc- by having airplanes 'drop depth i y taDir cycs rec5u , Cci si ht , bombs.on the infcsUxl regions. Tnc presence of the sharks is keeping Ihc salmon fishers from tftklnj their annual haul. , they followed him.' 1 (Malt. 20:34). Tlie Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passage, from the , Christian Science textbook, "Sci- Wants for a Sunbeam" sung by four lltlle Simbca m ctils Mrs. J. I. was preHmCl1 gold Sunbeam pin for bcin<. llll; oldest Sunbeam of the Luxor,i"na p . . tist church. • EVERY l)AV PRICKS Kotisk finishing—any size 8x roll, finished complete, 38c Post caitl photographs. 2 for 25a or SI per dozen. Stamps, 6 for ICic. Wylie Picture Shop Across From Roxy Theatre DANCE TONIGHT ' In Ihc Souifi's Mo*( Rcatilifnl Rendezvous BLUE ROOM AW CONDITIONED Admission JUo 1'cr Couple WILSON HIS HOTEI, NOBLE ORCHESTRA MOONLIGHT EXCURSION . Silrt Ssuel LlntJinj '". .'.,'... (On'XAin ' CHAS. 8:W pm —Ticlils JSc Milii Bekw Oiceoli) .'"* FATE' ' MARABLE "COTTON PICKERS" HAND • '..:'...; Fn .; l4il * v ,,* ( * .vcirar.'UKfiwr. n.vm .u'o s cwiVx/f jrfEi - - : ttlSXISSJrt'l r^S3E\GfcR STSAMf, R LAST EXCURSION THIS SPUING S.S. PRESIDENT Saturday Only 'Yellow Dust' Wilh Richard Dix and I.cihi Hyatns In a story cf Ihc great Nevada gold rusli. Cartoon anrt Serial—"FTnMi Gordon" with Busier CrabbR Adm.—Matinee Si Night—10 & 25c With lc Tax —Continuous Showing— • Sunday - Monday Carole Lnmlmrrli nnd l-'rcd MacMurray in • 'The Princess Comes Across' With Douglas Dumhrillo, Alison Skipworth, William Frawlcy and George Barlricr The jay young stars of 'Hands Across Ihc Table" romp through an even more rollicking rondure with Carole as a princess (from Brooklyn) wilh a yen for Hollywood and f'red as a young lad with a yen for Carole. Paramount Ncivs and Filipulrick Travcllalk in Technicolor Adm,—Matinee & Night—lo & 33c With 1 C Tax —Continuous Showing— —COMING'SOON— "SHOWBOAT" with Irene Dunn and Allan Jones. "SONS O' GUN'S" wilh .loe 1-. Rromi. "GOI-DEN AtsnoW" with (icor s c Brcnl and Belle Davis. TUESDAY, MAY 2G— $100,00 HANK NIG1ITI-

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