The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 1, 1939
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PACE BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER 'NEWS , »s l , COURIER NEWS ' COMPLIMENTARY TICKET ,> ThJ* Ticket' Will "Admit < W. S,' G«ntry ' * Companion '<-> '* Blrthoille ' ' UTZ THEATER f _fe MO- Anftb H»rs * ! > MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Missionary Union, First Bapilst church, meeting 2-30 o'clock Et,church, , ' Womto's Missionary society, Firsts Methodist* church, meeting three o'clock at church < i. Executive* board^ Woman's Au*- ,illary, First Presbyterian church, 'meeting (hft* 1 o'clock at church Mission Study pro'Mp, Woman's '•Council, -First Christian church, meeting with Mrs J Cecil Lowe , at 2.30 o'clock Woman's Mi&ionafy society, lake Street' Methoflht church meeting 2.30 'o'clock at church Btchelors' club sponsoring dance atlo o'clock / TUESDAYS EVENTS , Mrs. John P. Remmillcr enter' talnfo g Tuesdiy Contract club \ WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs J. I; Holland entertaining Bl-Monthly Luncheon club Town, and Country club meeting witK'Mrs i W Barter Mrs Otis Shepherd entertaining Double Four Blrdgt club , THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs G E Keck having Thuis day<. Contract club Miss Clara Mac Ftttman Announces Bridal P.lars Miss Clara Mae Pittman, (laugh terror Mrs William A Biantoi of Avon, Miss, hm announcei plans lor her wedding 't6 Benja mm Franklin Brogdon; Eon of MrS B 'F Brogdon, which will be sol emnized Monday morning, July i af ;the Avon church The bride will bo given In mai rlage by her biothei, Thonia Pitt man, of Greenville. The'Rev r A T Mclhvaln, pastoi of ll) Greenville Methodist clntrch, wll perform tlie ceremony, Mrs Percy Tucker, Jr, of M6m phis, will be matron of honor, iiiv Miss Thyrza Branton, of Avon, vvll l/e maid of honor J W. Carte, of CarulhcrsvlIU will be best man, and Leon Lognr of Greenwood, nnd BUI Mauctox of A\cn, will be ushers ' Mrs. Freda Bisher Weds AHcii Rushing The marriage of Mrs FreJa Bisn er, daughter of Mrs Mary Bncj, and Allen B/ Rushing, son of Mi and Mrs Arthur Rushing, vv Us per- Iorme4 last Anight * - ,'£• '<, ',The Rev if. H Jernfgan pastoi of the Seo.rid Baptist churth rend the service in his studj nt 1 30 o'clock Mr and Mis Burks Barker were the couple's only attendants Mr and Mrs Rushing will reside FLAPPER FANNY I3it8 of News Mostly Personal* "Better take (his along, Chuck, I hear you'ie Expected to diess for diimei' at that camp." !n .'Flint rind .is now connected nlth the A C pirk Plug co npiuy Ihcre, where the >oung couple will make their liohie. Tliey have been visiting hi Market! Tree «•> tile guests of Mi Lll- lard's uncle, A. J. Rhoadc's, and Mrs Rhoadcs They came hcie toil ay to be the guests of Mr. Lll- lard's grandmother, Mrs. Lcttlc Lillard cf Menton, Mo, who Is ylsltlng here and his aunt, Mrs John Murray, and Mi Mm lay They will retuin home Monday Demonstration Club News Notes Flnn Dutch 1 uncheon A Dutch lulichcon nt which Miss Cora ( Lee Cqleman, counts home demonstration agent, will gi\c u :aimtng dcm nstratlon, was planned (cr Tuesday, June 27, at {ho neeilng of nine membeis nnd foul visitors of the Lost Cane Home Demonstration club Thnridaj The foods chaiimcn will prepare the inndi dish ct meat nnd vegetables as a cooking demonstration At Thursday's meeting, (he members imsvvcicd Ihc roll rail bv jiving rcpoils on amount of fruit /cgetablcs unri mtnts they 1m 1 aimed (his jenr ' A icijoit on gardens was given 'iy Mrs. Leslie SitiUer. There flowed n .round table'discussion en canning find Jell} triaklng Mis dress contest Wednesday when 2 people Including three new Members and four, visitors ntlcnd- d [lie meeting at the home of Mrs Miss Kalhryn Green, of Si Louis, has arrlycd to spend scveia days here with •' her cousin, Mrs Edgar Borum, - and family. Mr. a lid Mrs. George W. Bav hairi attended to business In Par ogould last night. J. 13. Husbands, who attends Ar Kansas State college at Jonesboio will spend i the fourth bt Jul; weekend here with his parent 1 Dr. and Mrs F L Husbands H was accompanied home by his col legc roommate, 1 - Ira Morrison, wh will be his guest over the week end Dies plnn lo rctum Wctlnes dav The Rev H J Klelndlen-t ic liirned todny from St. Louis'wher he visited relatives for two weckE Mrs. Klcliidlenst and family re inalned In St. \JDU\S iind he wi join them there In another week Dr. and Mrs. George M. l{owe and soil, George Keck Powell, lef Thursday for their home in Was! iiigtoh, ,D. • O,, lifter''having bee Hie guests of Mrs Powells par enls, Judge and Mrs. G. E. Kec Mrs Powell nnd son spent ".' weeks here. Dr. Powell, .who is captain in the United States nr- mi Joined them here several weens ago and they went to Colorado, Thes "topped here for a tlnce days visit before icturning to Washington. C. G. Smith, who uhdervvcnt an appcndcctpfny at the . Memphis Baptist hospital tv week ago, is now able lo be out. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Carllon Smith, Jr., motored Revival BeginiiiVig Sunday Ihi Rt\ A T, Willis Ihc Rev A T Willis of Foi SATURDAY, JUL).' I r 1939 fl Catherine. Harwell ami Miss Nell' lie. Eiraiigefs In our city especially lliodcs on an extensive western Invited. We'll Iry to make you »lad rip In July to Include a visit to you came our way he San Francisco World Fair. CHURCH NEWS •IKST I'RESBYtKHiAN cilURCH J nines'A. Ovcrholscr, minister Sunday school, 0:45 a.m. Morning worship 11 00 am 'he ^cinmtmion seivicc The theme Is In Remembrance of Christ.' Young People's meeting 7:00 p. n Evening vvoiihlp, «oo oclock Sci mon topic Rome the He- nowncd Church.' Midweek service 130 pm Wad- Weil./ PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH _ II. J. Klelfiaierisi, pastor . Divine service, 0:45 a.m. Sermon topic: '"The: Prodigal Son." Sunday school, 10:45 a.m. Choir practice 8:15 p.m ncsday. lilt Hftfet CHUKGII 01 NA/ARfctvfc I ttflii n Bcaslej jmfor 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. Noble Worth, Tex, Bill Wgm a two McCullai supeilntcndcnt wecl-s evangelistic meeting at the Second Baptist chinch Simdo} when he preaches at the 11 o'clock tour, the Rev P II Jcinlcan, pus- tor bl the local church, said lo- 1 he evangelist Is well known In Baptist chcles of 'Icimoibcc Texas fliid Arkansas where he has con : ducted.' meetings. Ho was graduated frpm Jo'hcjboro Baptist • college, Union University at Jackson, Ir-nn and Soulhweslern eeiulmry at Fort Worth. While attending school at Joncs- boro, he served as field secretary for the college. He vvak pastor of tin;-North Royal Baptist church at Jackson while a student at Union. He made his home here fov a year while In" high school. 'bhri Burks. Among the ll dresses 'judged were, awarded to the follow Ing hbusc dress division—Mrs 5 . B. JarrCtt, tlrst, Mrs. Ira Kaincc, itcciul, Mrs E A Craig third Street dress division—Mrs. Charlie Lvitcs, .first;.Mrs:-' Karl Grci'n, second, Mis G r Scrape, thlril In the bflel business session', Mrs; Charles Basgctt \\as appointed di- reclor of the minstrel to be given soon. TlnTvcst ctiinp t: lie hold »t Waicotd was discussed Mrs Payne Presented the ricvoltohnl. Miss' Cora Lee Colenraii, county home demonstration ngcnl, (lein n- slratcd the canning of vegclables and explained the general rules to be' followed. Games nnd ccntesls were played during the social.hour* The hosl- esscs, Mrs Burks and Mrs Payne served refreshment!, The nciit meeting will tie nt the hcmc of Mrs. P. B. Jarrett on July 12. FIRST MKTIlODiST CHURCH Corner Main and Seventh K. B. Williams,'minister . Church school, 9:45 a.m. S. K. Gnrrett, superintendent. Morning .worship, 10:55 o'clock. Message— Increasing Our Usefulness." Communion. Evening worship, 7:30 O'clock' Message—' God s Salesmen " The young people will meet in their respective G 45 p m departments - at Kcll-\vshlp hours at the church fioth 5:00 to 6:30 o'clock stid fro'in 8 30 to 9 30 p m Monday 7:30 p.m. Regular meet ing of Board of Stewtirds at the 11 DO am Morning worship bci- liioii subject, , "Why We Preach Holiness.' B:30 p.m. N. Y. P. S. 7:30 p.m.. Evening service. Sei'iiion subject, "A Quest for Eternal Ufe.' We cordially Imiic you to attend these services. A. Evans neetlng. presided over Ihc Mrs r L Bourlnpd and Mrs jDitrude Bonrland served plait unch and .punch at ihfc conciiision 3t the business session. Vrc Hostesses lo Club Mrs, John dome and Mrs. Paul ^okes entertained 13 members of he Promised Land Hoine Dcihoh- ;lratlon club WeduesHay nltc'rnooii it the ClciisC hime. The meeting was opened wllh Sroup sinking of "America" and [i ievotional by Mrs. Emmit Wilson. Mrs. Felix Hill read a poem, "The Man Who Wins". Plans were made a .attend the county rest camp. Mrs. Thcmas West was presented v number, cf gilts at the shower ;lven for her during the social lour. Refreshments o[ santl.vichcs, :(ioh!es nnd Iced drinks w'Crc served )> the hostesses, Tlie next mcel- ig of Uie group will be nt the >:me or Mrs. Nixch sulvely on Vugust 2. at 900 West Walnut street Mr • Rushing is connected with tin Central Coffee C'mpanj To Have Jft>ns«iurty t Fwe girls mil be entertained at a'houseparty this weekend at the hcme of Mr and Mrs Tom Bradsher on the soufh hlghwsj Miss Evelyn Bradsher, who has been visiting in Marked Tree, will be accompanied h me by Miss Margaret Lee Yaiicov, Miss Madeline Echrum and Miss Mary Eller Sloan, all of Marked Tree Thcv w.ll be Inet here by Miss Jeanne Bradsher, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Bradsher, who attends Grad vvohl Scho 1 of Technology in SL L; uls _ _ , Several men from Marked Tru will come up Saturday night fo an Informal dancing party betn given at the Bradsher home ir< honor of members cf the house rarty Monday, the gr.up will go tc Memphis from where the MarXcc Tree girls will return home Boll the Misses Bradsher will rcmalr here until after the fourth wher Miss Jeanne Bradsher \vlll icturr b^ school and Miss ivelyn Brndshci will leave on a trip * • » i Install Officers Miss* Loulizzla Thomp; n was in stalled as president of the Yount Woman's Auxiliary of the Firs Baptist church at a mee'fng hell ^Monday night at the home of Mis Odie Rice 'oilier ffncers installed were Jilss Virginia Scott, first ^ Ice pres,!. dent, Miss DTIS Deft second vice l»res',dent, M/ss Mabel Bracfcm secretary-treasurer, Miss Klce, re porter^ Miss Nedra Berrym"n, m! £ion study chairman; Miss Jear Carle:* and ML>s Pearl Gra'mtn spclaV committee, Miss Mary Jo * Buchanan, personal STvrce eJiair- nian, Miss Elolse rarks slewarrt- * snip chairman The next meeting it I fie group will be" Monday, July 10 * * * 'foiSKt Local Boj Is Wed in Indiana. * v Mr and Mrs, Waller Johnson Ltllard, of Flint, Md, who were re- Travelogue ot cities of Arkansas cenUy married In Auburn, Ind,j The & Honing fair comnvUlce was appointed: Mrs. Garner, chairman;-Mrs. W. A. Anderson. Mrs. Bert Ross, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Blackwell. During ,tlie business session, It was announced that the club had bought 12 dozen fruit jnrs to be. used in the club booth at the fair, .Club" members will be entertained with a theater parly Mondaj nllor- \VJpn. Mrs. Ross will be hostess to the club Saturday, July 8. Steele-Cooler Society—Peisonal Mis W N Holly, Lester, Mrs liases Mis. Lewis Sriiith and daughter, Hazel, and little Shirley Tvvette of Caruthcrsvillc spent yesterday In Meiiipliis. Mrs. Rdel Asher, Mrs, Linmc Duke, Mrs. Dick Mlchle. Kfrs. Tom Lewis,' Misses Ellrnbeth Hiiey and Miirgnret McChire were Visiting friends In Blythevlllc yesterday nf- Icrnoori. Miss Hiiey of Detroit, Mich., who has spent all Ihis week here with friends nnd relatives, Is leaving Icmrorrow lor her home. Joe Russell returned yesterday after two clays visit in Jackson nnd other pomls of Tennessee. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arclilc Edwards and children returned the latter part of this week after several days visit In Teiniessce where they were called to be nl the bedside of Mr. Edwards' mother, Mrs. Lou Edwards, who was seriously 111 but is Improving now, Mrs. Grace nsher and daughter, Jackie, arc expected to arrive home this weekend alter two .weeks visit In Cannallon, Ind., with Mr. and Mrs. Llge Badger. down for him jesterdaj Jack G'Kcefe will leave Tuesday lo spend his, two weeks vicallon with his mother, Mrs. Lily O'Kcefe, at Forrest City, Shirley Julie Barlmm, Dorothy Crawford and Kay Thomas imve gone to Hardy where they entered Kamp Klwani to spend L\vo weeks Ann Dcen has gone to Wilson to spend two weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. A. L. Rcagiin. Mr. and Mis. Fred Brndslicr and Tom . Bradsher • returned today froni Little Rock where they spent IH'O dnjs Mrs. Sterling Wood has relumed to Walnut Ridge riftcf having v."i- Itcrt her parents Mr and Mrs C P. Blofney'er, for a week: She was accompanied by lici daughter IJattj Wood who has spent n month 'here vvilli her gnndpai- cnls. • f and * Mis Aubicv have returned from Halls Icnn wiiere they attended the funeral of H. J. Shields, formerly 61 here, who died Tuesday nt Outvvood, Ky Mr and Mis E W Abrey nnd children, Emily Jane and Nancy Call left this mornln" for their home Hi Boston after having spent two weeks here with Mrs. Abrey's, inofhei, Mrs J S biilaluiutj n"d family nnd in Osceola with Mr Abrcs s father, Ocoigc Abrei ind Mr and Mrs C E Sullcngcr Thej \verr accompanied home bv Mrs SullengLr who Is an aunt ol Mr Abrey. Oh the return trip, llicy will slop at Niagara Falls unit paints of Canada which will include n visit lo the Dionne fuin Osceola Society — Peisonal UKbT BAI'XISl UIURUI Walnut al Hghlh I!c\ Alfred irjjenfer, jiistor Sunday 9:30 Sunday school. 1040 am Morning KOr&lilp—spe- cial music—Anthem, "All Hall the Powei duct Sermon b> pastor 6:EO p.m. Training Union. 7 30 p m Preaching -service An hem 'Master, the lempesl Is {aging,' violin solo. Miss Bonnie Jean Buchanan. Sermon by the Rev idge, Leachville. .Vednesday;..All-church nighl: 1 10 p m Departmental meeting 7 30 pm MM Week seiutc 6:30 p.m., cliolr rehearsal. Wednesday 7 30 pm Bible study Thursday 7:30 p.m. Cnolr prac tice. I.AKE S'i'REET METHODIST CHURCH F M Sweet, paslo^ 9:45 a.m. Church school. 1045 am Pleaching seiviee 7 00 p in Young Peoples meeting 8 <KI p m Pleaching by the Itcv Don Thomas, of Manila. 8 00 p m Wednesday prayer ber UCL o come and let us wcrshlp to- etlicr. N . • • !,',;.: '•.•'... Teh Yeaf$ Ago Today . . • St. J : •' • July : 1, 192S Mrs. S. A. Walker left Saturday light for P,:iitlac,''Mlcli., where she Join Mr. Walker and make her ionic. - - • ) Ml 1 , and Mi's. C. G. Rhodes re- urned today from a tno'nth's vaca- Ion In pueblo and other poiiiU In G:lorado. ) Miss Margaret! Complcn Camp «)!,• formerly of/this, city and late of Memphis, was married on Saturday, June 29,i8t Chicago, to Mr. Lewis Holincs Mahonc'y of Beards- t \\n III The bride Is the daugh ter or Mrs Joljn S Campbell of Harrlsburg Miss, and was a member ol the local public school faculty several jears ago Mrs Ethel Wilson and Miss Mabel Hogau returned Sundas from W1H n Springs Mo where they attended the funeral of their brotiier, Pfeslciii Hogan. JSiss Carlivriglit Hostess Miss Pearl CafUvrlght was hosl- KS to a pnrly of six lor dinner ami dancing at the Penbody IIclcl in Memphis Wednesday night honoring Clark Shatighne.ssy ol Chicago and Miss Zonla Nuun of Am arillo. Tex.,' who arc houscgucsts Of" Miss Madeline Ellen Edringlon Addllioinl guesis \veic Ti ink Edflngtoii and William Burd Ed rlngton. * * • Adciid I'uncnir Mrs. Maggie Barbters and Mrs J. Boyd Eld- THK P1IGRIM lAhllKNACLK 110 Cherry sreet 0. W, Doss,- past»r 9 45 arn Sunday school 11:00 a.m. Worship service. 1:15 p.m. YounE People's service. 7:45 p.m. Evangelistic services. The Rev. Dale G. Zcils will bring both morning and evening messages. The revival meeting will continue throughout this week. Baptist Cliajicl Lilly Slreel 0:30 a.m.. Sunday school. Sf STEPHEN b EPISCOPAL CHURCH Million A turrj, priest m-charge 10 00 a m Sunday school 11:00 a.m. Morning service.-W. W. PrcwiU, til o.sceola, lay leader. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES 116 S Bniidn ly 'God" is the subject of the Lcs- von-Sermon which will be .read in all churches bl Christ, Scientist. oh Sunday, July 2, 1939. The Gofden Text is Unto the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only wise God, be honour and glory foi ever and ever I llmo Ui5 1 17 Among tl\e citations-which com prise . the LtESon-Sermon is the lollowing from thi Bible Gicat L Cilnscoe are in Memphis to is oni Loid and of great powei daj foi the funeral of Mil, Hems ' His nnderstanding is infinite iLewlii aC the National Funeral ;p£alms-T47:5. tlomc Mrs Lcwm v\lio died *vl| Tut * Lesson Sermon qlso m- ier. home yesterday morning, -form -------- ...... crly lived in Osceola. Born In Swe- Mr nnd Mis Cl>de B Nicholson will go to Tupelo, Miss., for a wo weeks' visit .with feialivcs. Hei hlldrcn.- H.'.M. and Jane', who .rnvfe been visiting there for two vceks. will remain for the rest of he summer, .Mrs. L. C. Potts' of Uiwrence- jurg Term who has been visit ng.licr daughter, Mrs. L. M. Bur fare Floivcr Display Arrangements of flowers were Usptayed at a meeting of the \rmorel Horns Demonsltatlon ch:b Monday afterncon at Hie Ivme if Mrs. Leonard Smith. Mrs. George ',*'. Bsrliam," of Blythevllle. who i.;-.-ad .Uic arrangnmcnts, also dis- <i>;>?d floral arrangemeiik; and vmtcr bouquets 1c- be exhibilecl at he lair. Twelve insmbeiiS and t7?clve vlr- tcrs attended tlie meeting. Games *ere ployed betore lunch arier which the: bouquets were Judged, Mrs. Durmon received first place, Mrs. Smith, second, and Mrs, D. R. Garner, ahird. Mrs. Cozinc Blackwell was winner in the are, spending their honeymoon In this < section where they are veiling relatives of Mr. Lillard They were accompanied by Ml. Lillard s mother, Airs Gee Lilian! The wedding was performed Sun. da} 5 , June 18, at the home' of Mr, Lfflard's father. Mrs Lillard Is the former Miss riazer^LHmlap, of « to, Lillard, who formerly ina^e i home here, is a member\)t on\ At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Jerry Max Meadons, cltv. admitted. . . .V." Gray West, Manila, admitted. Frances Irene Clark, Hayll, dismissed. John Hrtwell Gentry, city, • dismissed. r.ljlhcvillc Ilosiillal Mrs. J. C. Barley, Hayti, admitted. Juanita Brown, cilv. dismissed Memiilils Baptist Hospit.i1 Dr. I 1 ,' J. Aquino. Caruthersville, admitted. Vader Morris. Keiscr. adfnittcd. The Rev. J. L. Ncwa:m. city, admitted. Mrs. H. L. Williams. Luxora. admitted. ' McinpliU Mctbodlst Hospital Mrs. C. «. I'aiiter, cilr, admitted Memphis SI > Joseph's Hcsiiital Wilmer Shclton, Holland, ad- thi families of BUJho- viUe. He is tlie great grandson oT Have Dress Contest ^ the, flrst justice of the pease the Members of the Dogwood Home wjfe cUy h*3 He finished high school Demonstration club participated in milled. Mrs. Tliurmnn Nelson, Caruth- crsvillc, admitted. I\iitir!c Stops Tasl Freight FRANKLIN, Pel. (OP)— A Sunday school parade strppcd a through freight of the New York Ccnlral Railroad the other day. As the swung down Liberty Street, FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh arid Ash Streets b A Merrill, paster 8:30 a.m. Radio program over KLCN. 9;45 ajn. Sunday school. U 00 am Morning vorslnp •! 00 pm Jail service 5 30 p m Jumoi Christ Ainbassi- dor class. G 30 pm Semoi Christ Ambassa dor class. 1 45 pm Evangelistic service 1 45 pm Tuesdaj and Fridaj mid week services This is a church with a wela:me Head Courier News want ads. DANCE BLYTHEVILLE BACHELOR CLUB Presents JACK STAULCUP AND HIS ORCHEStRA City Hall Won,, Jlly 3rd * FANS WILL KEEP YOU COOL * Sinpt ?1 00 1'lus Tav 10:00 'til den, Mrs. Lcwin was fl2 years of age on Monday of this week. + * * Mrs. G.,13. Segraves and daughter, Mary Virginia, accompanied Betly Driver to lier honie in Holly Springs; Miss., yesterday following a vyecks visit here In the Scgraves Jioiiie. Mrs. Alum Morrisson left Thursday for .Tiickson, Miss., where she will vUit her sisters. Mrs. W. L. Lowe and Mrs. H. O: Ferguson. | •Mr. and Mrs.' Gilbert Mastln | went to Tulsa, Okla., Friday for a I llnec (lavs bnsinps-s trip lhe\ , w ; crc - accompanied by Mrs. C. L. Grlg^by, wlio will be the guost ol her sisters. Mrs. Charles Fox and Mrs. Joe Lindsey, in the same Clt} eludes the following passages fiom Hie' Christian Science textbook.] Science and Heallh with Key iOj the Scriptures", by : Mary Baker Eddy: "Principle nnd. Us idea is one, and this one is God omnipotent omniscient, and omnipresent Being, and His reflection is man ind Hie universe." Page 4C5. A Chilstian Science pio'ram is broadcast next Wednesday at 11:15 a.m. over KLCN. CHURCH OF CHRIST Bnhlori M. Nea'l, pis(br Lord's Day services: 10:00 a.m. Bible study. 11:00 a.m. .Morning worship. 11:45 a.m. C:mmuriib'n. 8:00 Preaching. Wednesday's servcies: 8:00 pm. Song service ati:l study Daily broadcast over KLCN. Mon day and "Saturday from 12:15 to ittlc, for the past two weeks, left or Kennctt Wednesday to visit mother 'daughter, Mrs. H. Rf.-T»um. She was accompanied by icr granddrtughler, Miss Marilyn Burnelle. who returned yesterday. Mrs. Potts will return here next Wednesday lo spend a lew days leforc going to Colter to visit her soil,- Louis Ml Totts. ' The Rev. Mnttlicw A. Curry left yesterday for New York City where t ic will do graduate work nt Co- umbla University this summer.'He rctiirhcd Tlnnsday night from Pistil Jean where he had been a director In Ihe Diocesan Camp for the stale ol Arkansas for ten Jays. Before returning here from New York, he will visit friends in roronlo, Toledo and Philadelphia: lie plans to bc : away two months. Miss Lois Davis has returned from Chicago where she spent several days. While 'there, she was a Isllor at Ihc Moody Bible Institute. Mrs. C. B. I'antcr was taken Id the" Memphis Methodist hcspital yesterday In R local ambulance for an 'operation which Is to be performed today, she was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Verne Rimer, of Chicago. . : Ann Srmnies Baibicis who is n ' 12 JO t clock jnd Sundas from 2 30 technician nl the Charily Hospital I lo 3:15 'o'ctck. in New Orleans, arrived home Fii- dayi to spend (lie Fourth of July holidays with her mother, Mrs, Maggie Barbiers and mother. Mrs. P. J. Seinmes. She was accompanied by Mrs. P. J. Sehimcs and FIRST CHRISTIAN. CHURCH Main at Sixth Gco. W. F.ittefsoil,. minister 9:'15 a.m. Uiblc school, W. O Geurin, superintendent. daughter, Betty, of Baton Rouge,] ll:CO a.m. Worship',' ohnmunion La., vvho will visit in the Scmmes and preaching. ''The Ne,v Tesia- hoinc. Betty will remain Tor the' remainder of the summer with her grandmother and family. Dr. Mallory Harwell came home liiis week from Memphis, where he lias completed a year of internship at the -Methodist hospital. He will a'C'compans' his parents, Dr. C. M. Harwell and Mrs. Harwell, Miss incut. Church—.Thcssalonica" wil be the sci-mon (hcmc. T:45 p.m. Worship and preaching. "A Courageous Preacher and a Vicious Woman" will be the scr- inon thetnc. Wednesday, 7:45 p.m.. .singing at (Ire church. We mist cordially invite the pub- Engineer C. U. Hendcrshol halted Driver Grooc /Veutt Mr. and Mrs. Ross CalUvell. ot near Dycss, spent Sunday with Mrs. Callwcll's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rcagnns. I Christine Springer, who has been 111 of colitis. Is much Improved. L Lee Mosley attended to business In Osccolii Tuesday. Among' those who attended the singing convention at the fairgrounds in Blythcvllle Sunday were Lee nnd Martin Rc.igans. The consumption of all kinds of motor fuel Increased I per cent the train aiid watched the boys 'for the year 1938 over the year snd march by.' 1037. .., "I'm lurd in\ nlolbcs! Uut Mom says it doesn't matter how dirly I gel Ihcm^IiLY- TIIKVILlli STEAM l-.\t!N- Dlii" will rtmovc the ilirt— iirl chcaii;" •For Belter Laundry and Dry Cleaning STEAM lAi/NDM 25d C on Hosiery Purchases Monday * Clip Entire Ad * lo introduce tlie ncn DO\tI)OWN Hosiery iliii M is. worfh Zoc to sou nc\l Mnndas cut the ad otii, sign joar name and buy ans of (he hose below it 25c less than priie quoted (Limit 1 til a customer). pep Amazing HEAR The most unusual value in any'stock- ings you have ever worn—you vviit declare — as sodii as you have put Dovcdowris to the test. Smart women appreciate the fine silk and craftstnah> ship embodied iri Dovedowhs—the exquisitely sheer stockings that give such aiiiazirigly long >Vcai - . Sf.vle 210— 2-lhread crepe Iwisf.'..... 1.... .81 Style 310—3-lhrcad crcpc Iwist Si. Style 251—2-thrcad crepe Iwist ...ljl.25 Dcducl 25c from sis 16 itanfcd—lax extra ' . FB.OVD A. S M O <• I • » • STORE CLOSED ALL DAY JULY 4th '^

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