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BMTHEVJLLK. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Crete, MONDAY'S EVENTS \V. M. S. meeting First Methodist, church, 3 p. m. W. M. U. meeting First Bapllst .church, 2:30 p. in. -- 'Junior G. A,'s meeting First '-BBaptist, church. 4 p. m. Council Missionary Study Group, First Christian church, meeting with Mrs. I. O. Wcjstbrook. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Elton W. Kilty having Tuesday Bridge club. •' • ;•/ Younqcr Set Bridge club ))ipct- 1 ing with Mrs. .W,,A, Affj!6k. , : * >Mfs, nlley .•B^vJo.'fes - having •rVctin?, Mjirc^Hiifeo club.; : " •( Mrs FrwPiWirrcn, Mrs, E. M. • Teiiy nnd 1 Mrs/ E., : D.'Ferguson complimenting Miss Marian Cool- -ey at Terry home, 3 p. in. Junior R. A.'s meeting Flret ,,J3nptist chuvch, 4 p. in. Intermediate G. A.'s meeting First Baptist church, -1 p. m. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W/J. Pollard having Wcd- .lif.sday Bridge club. Sunbeams meeting First Baptist church, 4 p. in. D. A. Fi, meeting Hotel Noble, 3 ,p. in. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, H. II. Houchlns entertaining 1 Mid-Week Bridge club. . Mrs. Hiram Wyllc cntertntnlni; Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Contract club meeting with ;MI-S. O. W. McCutchen. FRIDAY'S EVENTS , Democratic .Women's club meeting Hotel Noble, 9:30 a. m. Fine/Model For Stai -lias Lawn I'arly Miss Laiiclys McLcod entertained 20 of her friends with ti lawn parly Friday night nt her home. V. Games nntl contests were cn- ' Joyed until 10 o'clock when Mrs. McLeod, assisted by Mrs. Charles Dozier, served punch ami cookies. » » * «j\IisN Nina -Harnrs Weds Otto Scrape . .Announcement was made today <of the marriage, of : Miss Nina Uamcs, daughter of Mr.s. Oc:ili S. .Sanies mid the late Mr. Barnes, t;> Otlo Scrape, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Scrape. A civil ceremony was performed at Hernando. Miss., April 14. and a Catholic ceremony was performed yesterday ,aftcnioon at Ihe rectory of the Church of (lie linnmculntc .Conception. The Rev. J. J. Thompson «iid the riles, • Miss Anita Strnckc served us the maid of honor and George pillahuntjh \vas7Mv. ..Scrape's best W 1 - " .''-' i fc- |. - n OBoth Mr. immirs. Scraps are well knbit'ri as members of the • high school set. having resided '•here for n number of years. - . ' 9 * * Executive! Hoard Meets ' Mrs. E. D. Woodson and Mrs, R. E. Blaylock entertained members ci the executive board of the Wo- .jinan's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church and the Rev _and Mrs. Alfred Carpenter, nt -meeting Friday, afternoon at the and- Motids Club -of Hollywood to Bits of News Mostly Personal , ^_, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. 'Irhy O t natcsvlllc. MI SS ., Mi. and Mrs a W. Onrth, of Ilnzlchuru Miss' nnd Mr. and Mrs. G. S, Calchlngs" S'ATUUUAY, MAY 30, . . , s of Georgetown, Miss., have returned to their homes after 1 spending several days at Armorcl ns guests of Uiclr mother, Mrs liiii Catcnlnus. nnd their sister, ' Mrl w, N. Williams, nml Mr. Williams, H. Smothcrman and •" — - • Mrs. J. daughter, Miss Clliuly'6. s pc m Wednesday^ In Hlckmnn, Ky., ac"""""• ~ " Smothermaii's Moore, home. she will be al Ptabody college this summer working on the state curriculum lo be set up for elementary schools in Arkansas this year. WUIle she Is away her secretary, Mrs. Thomas R. Ivy, will be in charge of the office, Mrs. R. J, Watson and baby, of Cairo, III., are visiting relatives litre. William Tausch is rapidly improving after having broken 'nls (oot a week ago when he attempted to stop a runaway truck at the Clilcago Mill yards. The Rev, v. E. 'ch'altiutt. pastor of the Lake Street Methodist ttiurcli, will go to Conway, Ark. Monday where he is to spend a week touching at the young people's assembly at liendrix college He will return Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Harry Brooks and sou, Hurry Ray, nnd Mrs. C. G. Hires were in Osceola yesterday visiting relatives and attending the Centennial celebration. Mis. L. A. Cothren has returned frpm several days visit In Dy- orsburg and Friendship, Tenn. When -the movie moguls prepared to film career, they sol the Artists a queen of its most putchrUudiiKMs posers, cnnnnnying Mrs. s'rtcr, Mlfs Lldn Miss Moore hod been visiting thorn for the past two weeks Larry Ashley, young son of Mr and Mrs. drover Ashley. Is grcal- v Improved following several davs Iness. Mr.s. Jesse fiidcnour nnd (laugher, MUs Anna, are spending the /ceKcnd in Kelscr, the guests of Irs. Ridcnour's sister, Mrs. R H lobiiiscn, and Mr. Robhison. Duke D. Garner returned this ;cek from Monroe, Ln,, where he as been u student at Louisiana 3l"'n Junior College this year Miss Rubye Garner left Friday or Monroe. Ln., where she- will' pond the summer ns the guest >- her brother, Cecil V. Garner, iml Mrs. Garner. Mr. datiicr Is malinger-or the Cudahy Packing Company of Louisiana. . The Hcv. Stuart H. Salmon has •elurned from Augusta. , Ga.. where he attended the general nssembly meeting of Uie Southern E'l-csbylcrian chiireh. The Rev. and Mrs. W. v. Womack had, as tlieir guests Friday the Rev. nnd Mrs. J. A. Womack, of Marked Tree, and their son, the Rev. Carlos P. Womack'.nnd family, of Parkton, N. C. Miss Jeanne Harrison, who lias been attending Mississippi Syiipil- cal college at Holly Springs, 'has returned home following her graduation. Mr. and Mrs. Zal B. 'Harrison, her parents, and Mrs, 'Arthur Webb, of Osceola, went down for tbe commencement exercises. Airs. B. p. potter 'has returned HES LAKH STRKET . METHODIST CHURCH Vrrnon K. Clialfant, Pastor 9:45 a. in. church school. 10:50 a. in. worship. Sern subject,. "Who wants ResponslblH- 6:45 p. in, young people's league. 7:30 p. m. church service. Sermon, "Jesus and Brotherhood." 8:30 a. m, Monday. Vacation Bible School, First Methodist church, June 1-12. 7:30 p. n).. Wednesday, board of stewards. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. E. Old have gone lo Elizabeth City, N. O., and Norfolk, Va., lo spend a month's vacation. Haix>ld Sudbury arrived home this morning from Tuscaloosa, Ala., where he has been attending the University of Alabama. He was accompanied home by Don Smith, Huliry Davis and J. T. Sudbury, who motored down for him. and will be here for several r.ecks before his dance orchestra opens summer engagements at Vlcksburg and Gul.fport, Miss. I • .— Osceola Society — Personal ril.GItIM LUTHERAN CHURCH II. J. Klcindlensl, Castor Sunday school, fl a. in. Morning worship, 10 a, Theme of sermon: "The Message of the Christian's Pent'ecost" Day mid Sunday school picnic after the morning services. No evening services tomorrow night. Keinbl)'." n message direct from Hie Genera! Assembly of our Church, meeting in Augusta, Georgia, May 21-26, celebrating Hie church's Diamond Jubilee, will be. brought by the Pastor in [lie Morning Worship hour tomorrow at 11 o'clock. Every Prcs- bjierlan in ( tho city ought certainly to hear this message, and friends of the Church nnd other visitors will be profited by it. In Ihe evening worship hour, the sermon will be on the subject, "What the Bible Teaches About Heaven." Young people of the church are urged to be present at the .Vesper meeting at 0:45 p. in. for the consideration of matters (>crtahiing to their trip to the Summer Conference at Ferncllffe. Sunday church .school meets at 9:45 a. in., with ample facilities for all ages. Let's try hard lo reach our attendance and offcr- Inrr onfilc Thic 4c t\*n Ind G.... wise the Lesson- Sermon is tlio following from the Dible "Thou shalt have no other gods before- ne. Thou shalt not lake tile name of the Lord thy God In vain; for lie Lord will not hold him guilt- ess that takcth his name in vein." (Exodus 20: 3, 7). 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 "You will also learn that in Science there Is no transfer of evil suggestions from one mortal to another, for there Is but one Mind, and this ever-present omnipotent itfiml ts reflected by inai and scvcrns the • entire universe You will learn that In Christ Inn Science the first duty Is to' obcj God. to have one Mind, and to love another as yourself. tPagi 450' 1) UJXOIU MKTIIOUIST CI1UKCJ FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Seventh and Main W. V. Womack, Pastor Church school. 9:45 a. m. Church worship, 10:55 a. in. Pastor's sermon subect, "Our Desires." Leagues, 6:45 a. m. Evening worship 7:30 p. in. "Meeting , Our Goliaths" will be the sermon subject. Vacation Day Bible School Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock. lull and dark haired, won the mr.vn and a unrl In the producticn home'from a'ten<lays visit In V ',-«.. -1 r > * • > i r> • . OOCl Luxora ely — Personal - J . , r - , -....-. the home of Mrs. Edward Plgg Tuesday , afternoon. Two new members were added. de a . busi-i iii), OkUi./'tlic !(_ IV !?.'• Dun(ynnl ma' ': ri'c.vT"frl))" 16 Miaihl, j: ness "Trip ! first of till.' week. .\Vocdson home. There were H -. present. "•„ Mrs. M. C. Outlaw gave the de- .•votional on "Prayer." the Rev. Mr Carpenter offered prayer nnd tin ..closing prayer was said by Mrs Carpenter. Mrs. Leslie Moore prc sided over the business session. Refreshments were served dur- -ing the social hour. •-., * » » Compliments ISridc. ., Mrs. King H. Matthews v.-as guest of honor at a bridge parly given •by Mrs. Geraldlue Matthews Greene Thursday night at her home on park street. Before her recent marriage Mrs. Matthews was Mrs. w. T. Oglesby, of Fort Smith. Ark. - Tlic 16 guests played bridge in "Ihe living room, which was deco' rated in pink radiance roses and bouquets of old fashioned garden flowers. Mrs. Mary Phillips Robinson won hosiery for tile high score award second high , prize, guest towels went to Mrs. Fred Rutherford, and .Mrs. Matthews was given handker- - chiefs. • . • Ghnrjes McDaiiicls jr. entered tils Baptist hospital Friday. R. W. Butler left Saturday morning for Pine Bluff, Art., to attend the Junior Bankers meeting of Arkansas. Mr. Butler represents the Mississippi County Bank of Oscc- ola-Lnxorn. Bob Owen is still confined to his bed suffering from u heart condition. Dr. E. R. uogan made an official visit to Marion Monday nljht and to Earle Thursday night. Crilten- den county has recently been added lo his Masonic itinerary. Mrs. Bogan accompanied him to E.irlc Babe Hires sang in the Leo Knlni audition contest over \VMC Sunday afternoon. She also sang over ( WREC lltgilt. The two table bridge clnb met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. T. Polk. There was an extra table ol guests. Among the guests were Mis. M, T. Grcshniii of Wilson, Mrs. Merrill Polk. Mrs. W. Kcltucr, Mr.s. Oris Cliilds, and, Miss Sue Woods. High score prize went to Mrs. Ed Plgg. the guest p.wnrd to Mrs. Walter Keltncr and consolation prize to Mrs. Oris Chllds. llomersvillc Society — Personal Lloyd Gaincs is spending this sis""guestYrtlsl~ Momia'v 1 wct ' k visiting relatives in Daxtcr. j Marvin Terry, who 'has bsen Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Nichols have I serving in the U. S. army at Fort returned from a visit in Union i Sam Houston, Tex., is here for a City. Teun. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas D. few days slay with his parents, Mr and Mre. W. A. Perry. He will •k for service in the kins have gone to Arkndelphin and I ll ' aVB " cxt weck Atkins. Ark., for a visit with home f"i»l)p"ies. folk. Mrs. Wilklns 1 brotlier. Per- Miss itcm McCalcb, Miss Ruth rin Broach, vrtio has been vlsitiii" i lc ™nett. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Par- ill the Wilklns home for .vvcrn'l! tons '' Miss T ! 1(!l ' n Parsons, W. A. days this \veek. retmncd to Atkins Itail!s nml Jliss Kat'nryn Ancicr- willi them. • I fon. trucl'.ers In the schools of this Robert Lucas, who has been in I (ii strict. left Monday lor Joncsboro Stephens, Ark., for t.ie past four' 10 nUell(l Hie summer session at iiicnths with his brother, E^ Lu-1 Arkansas State college. Bhiff. Edtlie B. David motored her " ver. ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Eddie B. David have as their guest for the weekend Miss Freddie Biliheimcr, of M-m- ilils. • f. . Mrs. Mike Hullman, of Brag(j»- docio, Mo., is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Miss Cecilc Stanford of Rnssell- ville, state director of girls work of the National Youth Administration, wns the guest o f her uncle Dr. Floyd Webb, nnd family yesterday nnd today, she Is here, on oftlcial business concerning a r 'ec- rcntional project. Miss Stanford was formerly director of physical education for women at Arkansas Polytcclnncal College before she re- Eignwl January 1 to take tip her new work. Miss Mabel Wilson i s ill f rbm i n attack of appendicitis. Henry Hudson returned to hi* home In nussellville, Ark., today after spending several days here as the guest of Mr. nnrt Mrs w D McClurkin. He came ,,p especially for the graduation exorcises of the city nigh school, having been tlio guest speaker. w'w'i A ', C ' Blll i' lock a M daughter. Miss Bobbyc Jeanne, were called to Dixon. Tenn., today becmisa 01 the serious Illness of a sister of Mrs. Blaylock. '" 1 eSnihi"r%ni r8 " ^""^ C °'" 1 " inn., today to visit relatives before ""B to Nashville, Tcni Mr. and Mrs. R. c. Symonds and children will leave tomorrow for a month's vacation at Mr. Symonds' old home near Rutland, vt. Miss Elizabeth Ermen returned Thursday from Mississippi Synodi- ral college, Holly Springs. Miss.. where she graduated this term. The families of S. M. Hodges, R. M. Stovall and John w. Eclrlnglon will spend Sunday, ns the guests of Mr. und Mrs. L/G. Byerly and Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Robinson at Lcachvillc. The entire group will nave luncheon at Dr. Robinson's lome, "West Acres." Miss Virginia Blackwood is cx- iccted home tomorrow from Wasli- ngton where she has been specializing in dramatics at the King- Smith Studio school. Miss Louise Hale, who is taking a, secretarial course in the same school, will go :o New York for a few days before returning home. Mrs, J. W. Bader, Mrs. H... L. Reynolds and Miss corn Lee Coleman of Blythcville visited . friends here yesterday. •.•-•;• ens, has returned hon Mr. oncl Mrs. Jesse Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Russsll Bnwcn. Mr. and Miss Clco Krnpf. assistant book- kccrur nt lha Portls Mercantile Co., Lcpanto. Ark., spent the week end •Celebrates Kirlliday. - June Catherine Tausch celcbr.it- tcd her ninth birthday Thursday .afternoon with a party attended by ;12 guests. Joan Bombolaski anc) .Frances Sue Bright won prlzss in 'contests. • Ice cream and birthday cake was served by the hostess 1 mother. Mrs »william Tausch late in the aitcr- noon. * e * Entcrfains Club. ; Mrs. F. B. Joyncr had the Thursday Contract club this week when Mrs, R. L. Bradley, who is moving .lo Liltle Rock, was complimented with a handkerchief shower. Mrs Bradby lias teen a number of this club fcr several years. .- Nasturtiums, sweet peas and other flowers decorated the hostess' nottij. in the bridge games Mrs Edgar Borum won the prize, an iced lea set. Refreshments of tomato and creese salad, macaroon cake, wafers and a fruit drink were served lh3 tao tables of players which included one guest, Mrs. George Pol.. * • • Has "Drop:In." Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard, a member of the graduating class of t'ne city high school, had a "Drop In' at the hut last night after the commencement exercises. The graduates and a number of their friend-- •»ers guests. Mrs. Snm Bowcii. and Mr. ami Mrs. ''""'' wlth h " Psrenls, Mr. and Mrs. Jce Hires nllcndcd the meetm« of J - Bailey Walker and little returned to their home al , the O3ceola-Luxor;i-Blyuicvilleclufc • NI|S when Mr. and Mrs. DKight Bluck- ''"ush wood, of Osccoh. wsre liosls Tuos- '•'•'"miti'jtuii Sunday after spending day night. In (lie awarding of high | ln '° weeks liere visiting Mrs. Walk- tcore prizps. a fernery wcii to Mr- ! ™" s I larc »'- s , Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Sam Bowcn. and ;, ti : > to Jo- Hires' u " ra '>- Mrs. Walker's niece. Miss TONITE Thief Under 14 Flags 'TOLEDO tUP) - Somebody Toledo must be an internationalist. A thief with such leanings removed Hags of 14 nations from the automobile of Max R. Herz- bcrg, who had used them for parade and pageant display. 1 Vaudeville was introduced in the United States by Benjamin Franklin Keith, a former circus employe, who opened a small museum and show in Boston in 1883. FIRST CHRISTIAN CIIUIICII Carrol] Cloyd, Pastor Bible school, 0:45, I. O. Westbrook, Sup't. Watch that, summer slump and kill it by being on hnnd every Sunday. Morning worship, 10:50, sermon, "The Challenge of the Onatlain- :d." ; Evening worship, 8:00. sermon, "Thos. Campbell and Union." Council meeting Monday afternoon, 2:30, with Mrs. I. O. Westbrook on Ash street. Monthly Missionary meeting. New officers installed. Mid week service Wednesday evening at 3:00. An introduction to the local church. Everyone, urged to come. You'll be surprised. -Daily vaca'Uon church school starts Monday . morning at the First, Methodist church. The pastor and several leaders from our church are hclm'ng to promote the school. All children from 4 to H are urged lo enroll. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth Alfred Carpenter, Pastor 9:30 a. in., Sunday school. 10:35 a. m., worship service. Pastor's .sermon topic: "Attacking (h'e'New Paganism." C:30 p. m. Baptist Training Unions, 1:30 p. m. Dr. Clay I. Hudson of the Baptist Sunday School Board will bring the address to those in the training unions who have completed study courses this spring. Wednesday, 1:00 o'clock, weekly teachers meeting. 1:30, prayer service. FIRST rnESBYTERIAN CHURCH Stuart II. Salmon, Pastor "The Spirit of the Jubilee As- day In the month, our last chance. Remember the union Vacation Church school beginning at, 8:30 Monday morning at the Flrsi Metlindlst church. "Enough work to make it worth while; enough fun to make it a vacation." Ages, 4-14. Expense, none.. Free to all. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh aim Ash Streets Sunday school, 9:45 n. in. Morning sermon, 11:00 a. in. Jail service, 4:30 p. in. Jr. C. A. Class, 5:30 p. m. : Sr. C. A. Class. 0:30 p. m. Evangelistic sermon, 1:45 p. in. The Rev. N. H. Rhodes will jring the morning message nnd Mrs. Rhodes will bring the evening sermon. The Rev. Mr. Rhodes announces that June 1 will be All. Saints Day and every ncmber of the church Is urged to be present. The Young people will study the Slh chapter of Revelations Ibis Sunday and all young people Irani 15 to 35 arc invited to the class. Jas. T. Handle, 1'aslor Sunday school. 9:45 a. in. Mrs. Sue Brown, superintendent. The Rev. Jns. T. Rnndle will preach at Dyess Colony Center Sunday morning, Young people's meeting. 7 p. in. Evening worship. 7:45, by the pastor at Luxora, who will deliver i the second sermon of the series : of sermons on the memorial win- dews of the church. Ili.s subject will be "The Ascended Christ." 1 The Ascension is pictured in the memorial window to Mary J. Lynch and Malissa Corkran. CHURCH OF THE NAZAKL'NE Vine £ Second Sis. Harmon Holt, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Hcn- V Rhylce, sup'U Church, 11 a. m. subject: "Soldiers of the Cross." The N.Y.P.S. has taken on new strength and will have a special prcgram at 7:30 o'clock. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. The LUXOR A BAPTIST CHURCH L. !', Fleming, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. in., J. M. Majors, sup't. Morning worship, 11 a. m. B.Y.U.'s, G:30 p. m. W.M.u. meeting, Tuesday afternoon, 2:30, church auditorium. Evening worship, 1:30 p. m. choir will use the Convention book new Vaughn with special numbers rendered by the Riiylee quartet. Everyone is cordially invited. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE 708 W. Main "Ancient and Modern Necromancy. Alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism, Denounced" is the ^subject of the Les5on-Sermori''Wblch will be read in all churches,-, ol Christ, Scientist, Sunday "ii^ning at 11 o'clock.' The Golden Text Is: "They that, observe lying vanities forsake their own mercy." (Jonah 2: 8). Among the citations which com- P!LII Ail-Day Meeting at New Baptist Church LEPANTO, Ark.—The new Firsil Baptist church uf Lcpanto will be formally opened Sunday. Rev. J. I. Owens, announced that members and. guests will participate in nn all-day meeting nnd picnic dinner. The new stone structure, modernly equipped, is one of the prettiest churches in northeast Arkansas, and is valued at approximately 520,000. A new anti-aircraft gun which' will throw shells four miles high'; !•: said to have been invented in; England. FULL UELICATESSEN LINE Cheeses for all tastes Cold Meats of any kind Fruit Juice & Ginger Ale FRESH YARD EGOS DAILY PICKARD'S GRO. & MEAT MARKET Phone 673 —We Deliver 1044 Chickiisawba tertalned , Luxora T.mrKiay i F «™ington for a visit. - . night clnl) this week. Higiv scores i E - s Langrton and son, Edwin, were given lo Nfr.v joe°Hiros, a! 0 ' Amarillo, Tex., 'arc spending u vas?. and W. L. Walters, n double '• fcw llai ' 5 hcre on business. . deck of car-Is. I\Jr>,».. i\CWS Courier-'Kews. Classified Ads Pay Max Hii'scli or Mnlvcrn. Commcnccmcnl exercises lor 33 i graduates uf the local high stYiool i were held Thursday night at the j Methodist chnrrii. The Rsv. Peter 1 B. Kinsolving. of Jackson, spofe on Ail:..("The Uiist of the lioad." UoiMrl w. Klllian. Manila, for- accepted n bookkeeper's job the Kelscr Supply Co. Dick mcr tjachcr I iitli™ scifools here, ds- V/at;,on will ;,Url lo work June 1 j hvcred the graduation address to in clerk in (lie jrorr-ry dcpail-1 t'ac 51 members of the eighth grade mem. I cljs-i. Mi.« Sue Won:!-,. Ulc home cc- j — icmics teacher, who will remain > Sranonn Foiled by Poison G:« in Kelscr Hue June, went to! LONDON iUP)—The seaworm, Marked Tree Wednesday. ; or Teredo, which has been a W. M. Taylor and Kirk Childs •, scourge to seamen and shlpbulld- ittemicd Uic dog races in West' "in since tiie time of Columbus, Memphis, Tuesday night. jhas been cutwillcd by science. \ MiM Anna Ridcnour of Armorer poison gas used during (he \«n i« visiiing her aunt. Mr.s. B. R. lias been found, when dissolved in Robinson this week. . , roc.sctc, to be a safeguard agniiisl Work is progressing nicely on the depredations ot the seaworm. the new Methodist church in the -—- i-lir East end of town. There will he;' an opening program there the 1 second Sunday in June, conduct-1 ea by Rev. Sam Wiggins;, of Jcncsbcro. The services will start nt 2 in the afternoon. j The ladies of the Methodist Mis- j sionary society met in a social at! FOR WISTINCT1VB KKAUTY SERVICE Call JOG MARGARET'S J5KAUTY SHOP Ingram Bldg, AT THK BLUE ROOM A 111 CONDlTIOMiU ' L SIM)AY NOON- '» Our .Main Diniiij,' Uooiu ••'^ii' ('omlitionni Mi.VOAY NI'I'K IN TI1K KI.UK UOOA1 •^ii' (loiulilionnl HOTEL NOBLE " Get Acquainted Week" Se-Ling Hosiery Starting Today an outstanding HOSIERY EVENT \Vi> want every lady lo attend lliis Miilc iintl liccoinc uc(|Uiiinlcii \filli America's most beautiful stockings. 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