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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TWff BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS COURIER; NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET XbU Ticket Will Adult Mr. and Mrs. Tony Clements 1413 W. Main —to uis^~ R1TZ THEATER . —to Social Calendar Woman's Missionary society ol Ihe First Methodist church meeting for program and social hour at 2:30 p. ni, at churel), Circles One of Woman's Auxili- ar>* of First Presbyterian rhiircti meeting with Mrs-. P. B. Joyner at 2 30 p m; Clfcle Two, with Mrs. K. !f. Houchins for luncheon at 1:00 o'clock; Clr.cle. Three, with Mi's. C. M. Gray at 2:30 p. in.; Circle Four, with Mrs. Jesse White at 7:36 p, m. Sudburyi Lange and Central Parent Teacher associations having, study course In Home Economics cottage at 7:30 p. IIL*' j Mrs, Roscoe. Graf ton, Miss Zoln Crafton, nnd Mrs. Fred Gopelnnd entertaining Ihe Y. M. B. C. of First:Baptist church at 7:30 p. m, at Mrs. Crafton's homo,, 1123 Hearn. Circle One of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First fiaptist church meeting with Mrs. E. B. Woddson; Circle Two, with Mrs. C. W. Afflick; Circle Four, with Mrs, Kendall Berry; Circle Five, with Mrs. Ted King. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mr. nnd Mrs Harry W. Haincs COfS.tttJCVNMttOTlCC.lHC. • " -r T IT" T' >«3S Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Cecil l.cwc has been In Memphis for (lie past two days coiifultlng specialists. i Mr. am! Mis. Adolph Myci's and Mr. and Mrs, LouLs Lanslcy have returned from New Orleans. They also visited in Biioxj, Miss,, while Lake city, (.'UUKCII anil Vine Sltccls n. Sunday school. Hoy I'andly, sii|ierlntcnden(-. 11:CO a.m. Morning worship. 6:30 p.m. P. Y. P. A. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service. The Rev. L. A. Drown, of phoenix. Arte,, who is conducting a In all Churches of Christ, sclen-' (1st, on Sunday, March 13, 1938, The Golden Text Is "My God shall supply all your need according to his Hclies In glory by Christ Jesus." Philipplaiis 4:19. ' Among (lie citations which comprise Ihe Lesson-Sermon is the fcllowins from the Bible: "Through faith we understand that (he worlds were framed Ijy Ihe word of God, so that things that arc scon wcrtf not made of things which do appeal-." Hebrews 11:3 The Lesson-Sermon also includes SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1938 , ... ** i - -•- .u bw>w* i -1^*. i HIV ti iuau zjii'iuut;;) revival campaign, will speak at the following passages from the both morning and evening scr-; Christian Science textbook, "Science vices, lie will also speak each am , ,, e , iUll ,„, R ( t , c scrp- evcnme next wock. U,,es" hy Mavy l4er Eddy: "Sub- slance Is that which is eternal and 1'ILCiKlill I.UTIIGKAN (.'HtJKC'll; ilicapa-bic of discord and decay — Sixth and Walnut .Slrccls Spirit. l))o synonym of Mind, soul, H. J. Klcindicnst, t'asloi- "" ""•' '- " ' • • • Sunday school 9 a.m. Mcrning worship 10 a.m. .Subject of sermon: ".Sign-SeDkci-s" The Lutheran Hour 3:30p.m. over coast-to-coast network. Try KLCN on their trip. AITS. J* 1 , L, Mill, (ji tjHKC tJltV vu«ifli"i*j~«-u«»aij UITLW is visiting rclntives here, having <"' WSM, Nashville, cone over to ho with her slettivt I.5nleft KLCN meditation Wcd- Mfcs Evelyn Phillips, who la ill nesday. 3:30 p.m. Subject of sermon- In the Blytnevllie hospital. -. "A Son. Who Remembered." Mrs. Kenneth QuacleenbusJ)' re-~ Sunday school teachers' meeting turned Wednesday from Sfelcmarh after midweek service. fc nm ??* vislted rela «ves. Pilgrim Guild meets Thursday . Mr L. Bi !i,. C ^ ro1 ;' «•*>«*»- 7i*> p.m. "Blessed are they that hear Ilic or Ciotl. is tho only real subslan:e." Page 468. A Christiance Science program is broadcast-each \Vc:lnc«l.iy at 11:15 a.m. over KLCN. can't remember when there were silent movies, Fan." "Neither can I—I always sat in front of a woman who talked." entertaining Tuesday Night Simper J- l ! linn Ferguson, of Mcrnnndo, T'l-asd'ny. The/)>nby has not club. i Miss., daughter of Mr. and Mrs., been named. Mrs. Burns was, club Maple Qiove Cemelcry assocla- snl - yot Russell J fore, ho- man-Inge, winch was soloimtod'^' Marto! Ark., the lattCT part of February. The couple will make their home ill Memphis whero Mr. Trendwny, Ml fs /™-oll Mat will be connected with an (iiilo-, £p0nt " ICS(l »y "JS'il ,*,A\.II.. A.--.. DIIPRl. rf Ml- .an-) Mrc mobile • agency. Mi. Trcatlwny is well her<>, having worked liere three years in connection with Hie R D. Hughes Gin Co. He Is the bro- ••"»• <•- n«n.oi/ Iher cf Mrs. T. P. Martin, of Dell, man Martin. „.,_, „__ . yuence Davis is Mrs. Joe G. Trleschmcimi having Young Matron's Bridge club. "^Mrs..-J. Nick Thomas entertaining, the. Tuesday Brtdgo club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS .with Mrs. Harry Kirby. . Mrs. ii. H. Moore entertaining the Wednesday Contract club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs; Cecil Shane entertaining „..„ _. .- „ . • — Midweek Bridge club. - '• n " d E<M T ™ (I «"<y- Thursday Contract club meeting with Mis, F. B. Joyner, j Mrs. Ross p. Hughes having Thursday luncheon 4luV>. I Thursday. Afternoon club meet-! ing with Mrs. Roscoe Crafton. M^rs^L' -K Hfirwarg,' of Osccolfl, entertaining Jewish Ladies'.AM society's;, 8.00 p. in. • , tittle Theater having old-fnsli- Mrs. Raymond Perry vvus hostess laned drop-in at 8:30 p.m. at Wo- to a surprise birthday unity in ronnscmo 'honor of her husband' Wednesday Miss Jewell I'"* "**? > , M mUCh u llt , lhls ,, lln l°- ,. Miss •' ewo11 M;lrtlu of No - » sister, Miss Jane Cunninehatn nt thiit city. ^'"imngnam, of, FIKST METIf0msT CHURCH Mrs. Brown Sanderson, of Ma-1 "' l ' y "" W: "' e ' 1>as '<"' iln. Is Ihe week' iW ,af,t At' Mi"-h is "Go fo chiirch" month. nun, is tne week end guest of »»-».-n is no 10 unnrcn monin. Mr, and Mrs. Edgai- Skin'ner -i s V nd<l5r scll ° o1 al 9:45 a.m. 'S. K. J'rank Grcef , will spend tlio Gilrrc(( - supariiUcmteni. New scliol- wcek cud in Memphis. • j nrs are beinj enrolled ovei-y Sun. Paul Brcvvii left Thursday for <la " y °" wi " '»'d n welcome in the Paducah, Ky., where he *ill be- Sunday school, com'e assistant manager 'of tllio The preaching service begins at C. Penney store. Mi-s. Brown 1C ;55 o'clock it) Ibe morning?. The ill.join him later. . 1 pastor's theme will be-'"Lets Go Mies. Carolyn Haley, of Manila, a'Fishing," c ™" '"" tho week end with Thtf Young People's Lsague meets and Mrs.-A. c. Ha- at,(i:15 o'olook in the evening 'the • IpTstof's theme at 7:30 p.m. will lie of- Mr,; the seventh Commandment—"Thou ivill_ joirt him later. Is parents, ley. been the , has past week fi-'oifi Mr. and. Mrs. Denny' LaGa&w, of New Grleans, are the giiesfs of •Mrs, taOasse's parels, wtr. and 'Mrs. Hersehel Bobo, They nlan to oc liere for a Veck. Mrs. Paul Bi'own and her mother, Mrs. Plumley, of Kennett, Mo, spent ycstertliiy Ih Memphis with in Commit Adultery." FIRST CHURCH OF Till! NAZARENE Euphu D. Beasfey. irastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday school, NoWe McCullar, superintcnrtenl.. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. Sermon subject, "The Church's Fti- tiue." 7:15 p.m. N. V. P. 3. 7:45 i:-.m. Evening service. Scr- Mrs. Brown's sister,. whiTls" ili - , m Cooler us a hospital (here ,,,!. cf Mr. ; a,,d Mrs, W. J. Evans, j Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Martin and'' "'on subject, ~The"?heo'ioVy 1 'of .... known- Ml - nml Ml ' s - Raymond Jenkins, Susie and Biiraie Crafloii were in'Thief" and Mrs. Floyd McCfoy of Car- Momphis yesterday to see the mo-1 We'thicsday night, 7-30 o'clo-; we .spent last week MMI lion liicture. "Snenv whif« ^^^ *»,„ win ntt/>»^ n.,, ir,-n ,,.- ^-.'. ; ._ • c? «..>• ».». i-myu Mcuroy 01 uar- mu-ui.-iiis yesterday to see the mo-1 we'thicsday night, 7'30 o'clo-; we H. uthw-svilb .spent, last week end "on .picture, "SIIOK- white and the will attend the Fellowship service •o- here n« Rural of Mr. nnd Mrs. Slier- • -- ev »n Dwarfs." They wore ac- at the First Presbyterian church ill. man Martin. ' I companied home bv u 1 e PH/IO,, ,,i™i,t „.-,* _,..•„.,.„. Steele-Cboter Society—Personal FRIDAY'S EVENTS Music' department, of • Woman's club meeting at 3:00 o'clock at junior high auditorium. .ha\e organized a which is to meet Class Organized. A group of ii' year old. girls sewing club each Friday afternoon. This week, the fir-l meeting was held at the homo of Kobertn. Florman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 8ai)i Florman. Members of the group are: Jo Evelyn Dysinger, Betty Ferguson, Betty Rogers, Amelia Salibn. Jean Morris and Roberta Jlorman. Alter' the girls sewed, Amelia and Roberta' sangr solos and rc- ireshmenls of sandwiches cookies and bottled drinks : were served. her sister Miss Sue Neil of Mem Mrs. Carl Williams of 'crS'^ '° n \ C b l Ml " 5 ' *•'*•' ™«>ay nlgK 7:30 o'clock. Dr! A l ' isiUng Crawfor I "I I" 5 bC ° n WltlV Mr ' Le ' L = na °". of Kansas Cilv. Mo.. Mem -:n™ W Sj mcc U'«. rwa ? ta .^» to rational Sunday sohool iectnrc, Memphis^BaptisC hospital. , wi n s p«'«k on the subject of "Youth i" i «??" Evan 2° lisi n-" We coi-dialty invite ""' hear (his outstanding Sun- IXft's. J. B. GVockett is visiting her daughter, Mrs. LesEcv Lutes of Memphis. Mrs. Albert Kellcy Is visiting |,er daughter' Mis. S. P. Leo Jr. ol Memphis. TKMPI.15 KKAKL lliumnn I' Kabbi At 2/ p.m. I'urim will \is observed .Students of Hie religious school will present livo skits,, nnisbal program, and cntei taimnent. After the prograin. refreshments will be served by members of the Ladies' Aid, l-'IKST 1>KEBBYTEKIAX HURCJI K. II. Salmon, raslur Sunday church school. 9:^S a.m Accomodations for all ages. Morning worship. ii:CO a.m. Sermon topic. "Jesus' Glimpses of Hell." Intermediates' and juniors' vesper meetings. ti:45 o'clock. Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. Ser" mon topic. . will Be. Done," Fcnrlh in a series en "Tlie Lord's Prayer." mention the chagrin, of Pro- Let everyone remember tlie big: duccr Samuel Goldwyn when tally o all Christian people m the Hollywood divorce court records Cltv at this rniii-oVi \u/i'ln(ic/i-ii- . _ __i_ » ^. . . . IT 7 C ™ l ' Ch 'i ^ csda V revealed" that his- glamorous at 7.30 oclock. Special "importation" from Norway, night, She had tnvec laules of liitch players. Among (lie men high score went to Tom Lewis nnd low to Lewis Lester. AmoiiR Ito ladies the high score went to Mrs. Lewis Lester and low score to Mrs. Person Hudson, j Ml;ses Mildred and Sue Deweesc of Hayli were the guests of Mis-i Mnble Alexarlilei' Monaay. Miss Wanda Dean Shirley of Hayti spent last week end here us (he guost of Barbara Aim Lewis. h«r home, 117 Vine str'eet;"b able to retui'n lo school. • Mr. and Mrs. James A. BarUett and daughters, Mrs. Lee Waterman and Mrs. George Mnore, cf Chi- arrived this afternoon to be FlllSt CHRISTIAN CIUJRCH , . Main at, Sixth • Geu. W. Padersoii, Minister Pi'fS a.m., Bible .school, W. O. Oeurin. superintendent. city at evenin . music. An out-of-tlie-city inspirational speaker of note and exceptional ability. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOO Seventh and Ash Slrccls 11:00 a. m. Morning services will lie in ohaigo of the Rev. Mr. Murrell. of Harrisbtirg. Ai-k., who is beginning a revival meeting ut. our church. 7:45 p. m. -Evening sen-ices with Uie Rev. Mr. Miirrell in charge. To Free Balloon Before Revival Service Touiglil will be a balloon "ascpn- toiiight. from thp Lange grounds just before the Imagine the surprise. Hot to There sicn" • school evening services at the Second Baptist church, 18th and Main streets, where Iho Rev. C. U Ran- I which Sigrid Curie,- above, is actually the estranged wife of aii American business man, Thomas W. Stuart. Married in 1935, exotic Sigrid sought divorce on grounds of. cruelty. The records showed she came to Hollywood, not from Oslo, but from, the little town of Cueamonga, Calif. She did meet Goldivyn in London, , however. Succeed' George' H. Deer As Superintendent Next Fall OSCEOLA, Ark., March 12.—Roy E. Dawson, superintendent of .schools at Clarendon, Arkansas, for the past, six years, was elected superintendent of the city schools of O.sccola for the 1938-39 term at Ihe anmiai election of leachen he-Id here, II has been announced by C. c. Bowen, school board president. Mr; baweon succeeds George Jl Beer, superintendent of the Osce- oln schools since 1933, who announced his resignation, effective at the end of Uie,present term. Mi- Deer resigned lo enter George Pea- cdy College at Nashville lo begin wok toward ills Doctor's degree in Sducation, where he has been granted an aEsisUmtship for next (•ear, He received his Master's dc- Sree in 1935. He will move to Nashville in Uie summer. Mr. Dawson was reared at Aika- dclpliiu. and received his college education at Henderson Sta(u Teachers College and- Hendrix College,- and was superintendent ol :chools at Murfreesboro four years After finishing i,j s Masters Degree at Peabody College he was for four years head of Iho Mathematics department and assistant principal m the Peabody Demonstration School, Nashville. From there he went to Lambuth College, Jackson, renn., as Mathematics teacher and assistant coach. He will move to Osceola with his wife and sixteen- year-okl daughter in July; At yesterdny's board meeting the entire faculty was reelected for next year. They are Mrs. Marie N. Moore, high sohool principal and senior English: E. w. Packard, shop; James Ahlf, science and athletic coach; Gladys Estcs, commercial department; Christine Poiiidcxtcr, mathematics and Latin; Dorothy Starr, junior English- Frances Campbell, Home Economics; Bernard L. Presson, sixth thc Night? ..... Hie Judgment of|> . resson, sixth the Great White Throne" will be grade a nd elementary principal- rii^i.«<iri K,,^^ n ,, ,,i«i,t Hat Sunday night. Gem f Demonstration Clnb News Notes the juests of Mrs. Bartlett's brother ,, ™ Jnmcs B. Clark, and Mrs Clark' , "' m " worsh| P. communion. Mr. find Mrs, Bai-tlett will 'b- e.c ;'" !! ' Jle f chi "^ Tllc G"'' Scouts will '- fcr im indcfliiitc stay. buC their bc °" V " onorett S'"-' s! « a"d will at- rtan»htsvs will return Monday. Dogwood Oiuh Tn-elve' members of the Dogwood Home Demonstration club nnd one guest. Mrs. Junmie Hipp, president of the Lane club, met ™™f n « .. . ane ci. me »v spent, the first of tho week here , tlic Home of Mrs. jdin Burks Wed, ncsday nf tcvnoon for (tie monthly business. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Spcucc and children Herbert and Bertie Mc- Bridn spent liisl weekend in Mem- business mealing. During the business session con- .'htctcu b'/ tlio nresideut. the mill- -«--- —— ..--..„,,,, ... ,,. u .,,- .,,n, t m up int.- »;ii.-;»uii.iji. inu iniii- phis as guest of Mrs. Spcnce's |ntcs of (he previous meeting were Miss llarlha Lee Hall, who is leaching in fientcn. Mo., arrived liome last higiit ( o spcn ,, (hc wec[ . end. with her parents; Mr. antl Mrs A. G. Hall, and family. Mrs. J. Noal Gcsell, who went t: Memphis Thursday with Mrs B. J. Browne, who is .seriously ill at the Metliodist hospital, rcturn- c:l todny. Mr. Brawns and uvo sons. Denl and Waj-jie. arc still with Mrs. BVowne, who Is slighllv improved. Mr. nnd »rrs. Sheldon Hall re- lumed Thursday night from a wedding trip to'cuba and Flor' . mother Mrs. J. P. LePate, read and the roll was called by „, _. .. . . •- •• "• '•• • iurtii aim UIQ ron was caned by H^s Birthday Dinner. Mrs. J. H, Workman. Mrs. Leyon I Mrs. G. F. Scrape. Mis. Carl Greene - J f;:? ry , I ? nn ' , J ? ck ?o" entertained Earls. Mra. T. A. Haggard and I ERVB the Ircnsuvcr's rcoort. eight of her friends with a dln . ner and theater party at her home last birthday. night on her Htli Mrs. Sam Hnmra were in Mem- ihis last Saturday. Spring flowers were used as the centerpiece of the dining table where the guesls were served A birthday cake with lighted caudles ires brought in for Hie dessert course. Following the dinner. Miss Jack..son took her guests to the theater. t t 4 Have BOuco Party. Members of . the Golden Rule Sunday school class cf Ihe First Christian church and three guests the Rev and Mrs. George W Patterson and- daughter, Miss ' Mary Nelie, were entertained -with* a bunco party at the home of Mr. a ™ Mrs A. H. Welenkamp last Mi<s Patterson, received a potted plant for high score union? the women, and Cecil Lo We , dga- retles for men's high. The trav- n\ng pnzs *ent lo Miss Virginia At the conclusion of the games. a, frozen^ fruit salat! was served. Have B6ok Review.- Mrs G. G. Caudill reviewed The Annoinled" by > Clyde Brian Davis for the Delphian Fine Arts , group when it met, Wednesday JBorning at the Hotel Noble Questions and answers on national legislation and congress A. Haggard and | save the treasurer's report. licporls wen: made to Mrs. p. B. Jarretl. Ihe canning chairman, by .—., ,..,.,,^ Sweet wictenvfiil, an various members of the group ve- cpeiatimi at live Blylhcvillp hos-; eavdlng certain things they had pltal tho first oKthis week for ap- cnnntd. Mrs. Engeno Dick«nson pendicitis and is recovering us well 'Jcmonstratwl n child's thrift lop- as can bc expected. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blown nl near Cooler announce the nriivnt - ....... ,. _ ........ „. „„„„„ bla is visiting her parents Mr and ' onu) lo bc turned in .Mrs. Bob Tii Cum. ' Homes chairman who = f.v. ,,.-.. ,,.„- ..... .. in llio ea b feature of. the roll call Dr Edna Nies presided over the biisi ' ne&S Session;' Three new"' members were welcomed into' the group ^ ;his (inie They tfere Mrs,' R, 1 C. Kose sr. Mrs B. It. Engler and Mrs Rod- ^iey, L. Banister. • • * • Son Born' j* A son"«as bom [o Mr ,uul Mi's, ' 4< jCayce JchijstO". of RoteiaiKl, Mon^ day. The baby, v ,ao relghcd l0' 2 pounds at birth has been named * Willis Ted S s- te cent following which (here was H rouml lable discussion of social and business activities. of r. baby girl at then- home Men- i ' i>ile Ilext - meeting; of the group day; Mr and Mrs. H. E Doerncr ipent Sunday at Reel Foot Lake Icnn. Mrs. Hodnoy Brasher of Colum- Miss Alice McDaniel left Sundiiy for Green Day. Wis, ulicro she has accepted n jrasilion with the Dellin Memorial Hospital. She is the daughter of Dr. J. R. MC- Danirt Sr. of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Elvis PWv.cll an.1 Raymond Onkcs or Sikcslon ana- Mr, and Mrs. Earnest Robertson were dinner guesU of Dr antl Mrs. J. R. McDaniel and daughter Ruth Sunday. Mrs. Maude Miller and «m n n Miller of Chicago nre 5»ri;:lin K ;i few days here this week with another son C. E. Miller and wife, en route to their home aucr attending Ihe of Mra. Millers father in Kentucky Ihe first of the week. Mi-, and Mr,'. Earnest Robertson. Mrs. J. R. McDaniel and Miss Ruth McDaniel spent Thursday In Sikeston with friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Pally O i No. Nine have moved into the house vacated by Mr. and Mrs 1 G. Ennis of Cooler. Mr, and Mrs. Ben Burns announce Ihe arrival of a 7\-uouml son at the BlyUieville hospital last will be March 23 at the home of Mrs. W. R. Dycss. At this time all club members arc expected to bring a list of tlio improvements made this year in aiid-aroimd their ' onu) lo bc turned in to the Bolter will use them in llio year book. The' hostess, assisted by her (laughter. Miss Until, scrvc-j fruit salatli wafers and coffee, to (he guests. ^ At the Hospitals Mrs. Uiimcr Slcelr. 623 Lnfec street, underwent an v,,^.,, t;on yesterday at Ihe Blylhcvllle llcy Wednesday in ,*' esay n Memphis where Mrs. frail formerly lived. Before her marriage she was Miss Mary Virginia Arnold Wilson Society—Personal tlie Sunday School study tend in a uall and' Iho Rev. p. A. Slockton revival meeting. — (he subject tonight Is, "Well. What Ts a Chris- arc: conductin Thr sermon for tian Anyway?" ™L .S« '''; S: ^ "X '"younf UT S Religions Census Of City Is Completed The MiniElci'ial Alliance has announced that the city wide religious census which was - taken last Sunday is now complete. This group has requested that -" .churches, includihg, * those did riot participate in the census taking, come to the"' First Baptiit church and get the cards of people who belong to (heir denomination or have expressed a preference for it. served. "The Emancipation and the Core nation of Woman" will be the sermon theme. ,->,2:CO p.m., iridclis society meeting. 6:15 p.m., Youth Council meeting at the chiirch. 7:30 p.m., worship and preaching. "Preparation for. Converting Men" will be (ho pastor's sermon theme. Wednesd.i.v. 7.-.10 p.m.. the chiirch-, cs that participated in the recent religious census will hold a rally nl the Presbyterian church. All memoirs of these churches as well as the general public urged to be In line vvilh the other cooperating churches we hugin o\ir revival meeting .Sunday. April 3rd. Our minister will do the prcachinz and he and Mrs. p.iller.scn will Icail ihe singing, if you are ;\ member of the Christbn Church in some other city or town ami you are now making Blylhcvillc your home. l)c mire to identify yourself with the Jocal church that ethers may be encouraged to enlist and serve with us in our efforts toward extending the Master's kingdom. We need you; you need us. CcViVw hW'hoirt in' K S ". U H' Wc mo^ cordially invite the pub« ^ ^ enro me f"^ 1^,,^^ '» f Clt ^ C ^» reached nearly one hundred )'?r i'."'iUd. we II try lo make you s l«l ;-"t or the ("nrliers and officers. Wi-s.. W. A, Williams is (cachm» book_by J. N. Barnelle cntitlrd "" Using Us Simdav "The Church School." Miss Lavonia Carter of Dublin. Miss., is here for a week's visit 'n the hcine of her aunt. Mrs c C. Crockett. Mr. ami Mrs. W. I-'. Wilson Ji;ul is thctr week end RUC-U-S vn c u.,- mer's mother, Mrs. W. R. Wii- sou. and Mrs. W. M. Siddon rid SoiUhpon. Uarry Sidtlon. of Mcmnlii> opera-jaiut Mfe Mary Elizabeth ' (hat yen came our way. CHHI.STIAN SCIENCE SERVICES "IB W. Main ",?ubstanrc" is the subject ol tlie Le.sscn-Scriiiou which will be read 'filer Lost 3 Vc.irs •STAMFORD. Tex. HJPi—Harold ]''itz»ernld received a letter throe years after it was mailed at, Abilene. 50 miles away. The letter was mailed in Abilene when Fitzgerald was a resident (here. It had been misplaced and never left tlic post- office until it was forwarded to Fitzgerald here eight hours before he received it. ^*«"«*ii f^Biiy^ rciftmiHt. ( F$ Arthoan«ni«it has been recciv- • berel^f- the »arri»ge of Miss ^%i.:. !l NEW SPRING YARNS AND FASHIONS Ity Bcniut FREE" INSTRUCTIONS Mrs. Leslie Hooper 1109 CMckax»wba Pioiic 792 and Groceries At A Savings Shop and Save Here We pay Highest 1'riccs o» Poultry :it all Times. GfllNES MKT. 118 \V._ Main St. Phone iH hcv of Cnllioim Citv, MIS.S. Mr. and Mrs. Clelirs White aro moving lo Blytheville. where tiiev will reiide temporarily. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Tinner and daughter. June, spent the week end in Memphis with relatives ! Mrs. Turner and June remaining over indefinitely, as the laltcr Dr Edwin N. . J4"<"5' [/to)rJLj- y| winch Ihcre were a largo number present -to hear tlic evangelist sr.cnk o;i Uie subject, of "Gold Bricks." At this .service, ihe Rev. Mr. Stockton and the Rev. Mr Randall rang n duel and the Hev. C. L. Bi.sho)). of Aruiorel. and the Hrv. Mr. Hunt, of Ccotcr, Mo., offered prayers. The loken of appreciation for the largest family present was given to Mr. ami Mrs. L. H. Cribbs and their six children of 117 North IGth street. Tlie Rev. Mr. Randall said. "Young people are buying gold bricks these clays, in the .shape -f false philosophies. Behaviour- ism, humanism, hedonism and a lot of other rotten ideas that were hatched In the .slime-pits of urged upon Following (lie (his hell, are young people." statement, the evangelist presented some cf Jesus' paradoxes as using the true philosophy that people ought to accept for loday or any other tlav. The subject "lor Uie Sunday Read Courier News. Want Ads. SALVE for COLDS Liquid-Tablc-is ; Salve-Nose P lOc & 25c COTTON SEED D. P. L. No. 11 First Year From Breeder Custom Ginned BRAXTON GILL 1*11, Ark. Hattic D. McCants, fifth grade; Mrs. Louise Presson, fifth and sixth grade; Mrs. Grace Dallas, fourth grade; Mrs. Corimie Rhodes, third and fourth grades; Mrs. Bess Grigsby, third grade; Mrs. Ethel Miller, second gade; Miss Blanche Cleere, first grade. Important duties in Cuba favor importation of American .goods, whbh receive a redue'tion .of 40' pei^ cent in the ad valorem rates. GOOD FOOD— I'Oi'ULAR 1'IUCES Sunday, Merchants i.uuch 45c Choice of Meats: Baked Chicken and Dressing Fried Chicken & Cream Gravy Lamb Chops in. Tartar Sauce Tavern Club Steak Choice of Vegetables: Creamed Potatoes Mixed Vegetables Celery Cabbage in Creme Choice of Salad": Lettuce W 1CCO Island Dressing Sliced Tomatoes, Shrimp Salad Choice of Dessert: Ho Made Pies, Jello & Bananas Ice Cream Coffee Tea Milk Hot Rolls Butter SIMPSON'S STATE LIME TAVERN Highway Bl Aikan^s-ftlibsouri Slate Line incrning services at 11:01) o'clock will be -HOW Uo I Know t Am Saved?" and Sunday aflcriioon at 3:00 o'clock, the Rev. Mr. Randall ""' en "Watchman. What of LET US H'URGEON-CHIROI'ODIST Little Rock Will Ire in olir Store Tuesday, Mar 15. Phone 13!) for nppoiiUntcnl. Floyd A. White ck &,Hosiery AND BEAUTIFY Your Home With OUNAMKNTAL IRON WINDOW GUARDS All Klcctric ^ycl(lcd In One Piece A!w> 0 run mental Hand liailincs of All Kinds ' <>K KSTIMATK ' <'AM, 80S it'V. .MACHINE SHOl' DUD CASON POST 24 BIRTHDAY PARTY Tuesday, March 15th, 7 P. M. SPECIAL PROGRAM All Ex-Service Men Are Invited Keep nu your iUcmbcrsUjp in (Uc American f.vgiun. -TIME -TROUBLE -MONEY SEiNI) YOUR CLOTHES TO THE LAUNDRY IL'.s the easiest antl most satisfiic- lory lln'mj to do. Our stit'iitiric nicthoilN moan t'iial your clotlies will lie returned spotlessly clean and perfectly finished. You suve money lj«- cause professionsil laundei-ing saves clothes! \ BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY PHONE 327 &&*&*

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