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PAGE fWQ BLYTHEVILLE, (AWL)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 19, COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Tlcktt Will Admit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perm 112S H'. Ask —TO tnc— FITZ THEATER —lo see— ..aiuuxo iv MNVA v,, Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Council of First Christian church having htnihcon nt •home of Mrs. J. C. Ellis nl 1:00 o'clock. ' Woman's Missionary Union of First Baptist church meeting church lor Royai Service program at 2:30 o'clock. Circle One of Woman's Missionary Society of First Methodist church meeting with Mrs. C. A Cunningham witli Mrs. W. C. Ilig- ginson as co-lwsless; Circle Two •With Mrs. H. P. Paddlson with Mrs. George Hamillou as co-hos- tea; Circle Three with Mrs. Ellon Kirby with Mrs. L. E. Old ns co-hostess; Circle Four at church with Mrs. b. E. Baker mill Mrs II. G. Parllow as hostesses. Executive board of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbylerlar church meeting at Mrs. O. F. Babcock's at 1:00 o'clock tor luncheon. Mrs. J. O. Barnes having Business and Professional Woman's club at 7:30 p.m. lor social meeting. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Dixie Crawford entertaining the Young Matrons' Bridge club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Royd While. Mrs. A. M. Butt entertaining hct bridge club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Chapter "N" and "D" of the P E. O. Sisterhood haying a Colics college lea Tor the senior girls, and their molhcrs nl the C. W Afllick home from 4 until fi:00 o'clock. Wednesday Bridge club meeting with J,tos. W. H. Minyard. Mrs. J. H. Elkins entertaining the Wednesday Contract, club ii honor of Mrs. C. H. Willey. Delphians meeting at 0:30 a.m at Hotel Noble. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mid-Week Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Cecil Shane. Mrs. R. F. Kirshner having the -.. Thursday Luncheon club. . Mrs. Charles Crigger jr., enter- •mmif the Thursday Afternoon : 5 FRIDAY'S EVENTS ftccuitive board of Woman's V having luncheon preceding a Sy'al club meeting at 3:30 pin :trd Has Luncheon. fon«nils and lilacs which formed .:: centerpiece of the dining ta/,e carried cut the orchid and FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Bits of New Mostly "I don't care if it IS contempt o' court! I'm not gonna sei've 90 days and wash the dishes, too." Mrs. Herman Dimci- nnd Miss Hublt-r. Tlic hostesses served a frozen salfid platu to the 25 guests present. The next meeting of this group will be April 21 nt the home •. of Mia Hill. To I'rtfcnt Play A play •'This Thing Called Love" will be presented by the young people of the Oosnell Methodist church nt the Gosnell high school Thursday night nt, 7:30 o'clock, it was announced at the meeting of t!ie Ladies' Aid of the Gosnell Methodist church Thursday afternoon al l!;e home of Mrs. Liunlc Grimes; The Aid is sponsoring Ihis production. Eleven members of the Aid spent th; afternoon (milling. The next _ ..-ytiiow cole-r scheme ' wlien Steele-Cooter Society—Personal The Slcele Rotary club was entertained in the homc economics rcom of the Cooler high school Wednesday evening. There were 25 members and one visitor, P. H. Cooper, present. Two new -ineni- tcrs, H. L. Casey of Cooler and Dr. r, F. McOutchcn of Stcele, were also present. A musical program was given under the direction of Airs. Jack Wimp by the high school girts of Cooler which was-very much enjoyed. The Stcele club Is lo be meeting of flic group will be- nt S |lcst of tllc Criruthorsvillc Ro- Ihc church .Thursday afternoon all 181 ? Club next Tuesday night. 2:30 o'clock'." ... Mrs. T. E Tale., reccnlly elecled president of the Mississippi County Woman's Missionary Union, entertained the tj-.ecutive boart; of _ that organization witli a luncheon .at the bcmo of Mrs. E. VV. Simmons yesterday. .The derjtkmal. taken from fust Corinthians, was led by Miss Margaret Priritt, of Armorei, following which prayer war offered by Mrs. D. D. SefSir, tf Wilson. Among ihe out of town guests •were: Mir.; Segar. Mrs. John Williams of Wilson, Mrs. Walter Lewis, of Del:, j.'ifE Helen Shaw, of Dycss, and MASS Fruit!. Othci members who have recently bcen'l elected to the board arc Mrs. Theodore Logan. Mrs. Harry Brooks and Mrs. Simmons. The county W. M. U. rally will to held al Dycss April 15 -when the theme of the program will be '"Seeing the Multitudes," which tleals with the enlistment and missionary education ol young people. Compliment Mrs. Hall Mrs. Walker H. Baker, Mrs. L. C. B. Young, of Osceola. and Mrs. C. S. Stevens complimented Mrs. Sheldon Hall, who was before her recent marriage Miss Mary Virginia Arnold of Memphis, willi a bridge luncheon at the home of Mrs. elevens Thursday. Peach blossoms, irises and jonquils decorated Uie home and carried cut the spring scheme. Centerpieces of these flowers were used on the small tables and the dining table which was lighted by pink tapers. Ths tallies and placecards were in the pastel spring shades. Si Uie bridge games, Mrs. Har- maii iTaylo!\ received a comtort protector for 'high, and Mrs. Anne Stevens Potter received linen guest towels for second high. The guest of honor was presented with mono- giammed sheets and pillowcases which were handmade. Included In the 21 gucsls were: ' Mrs. Hale Jackson, Mis. Wcluy Young. Mrs. Godfrey White, Mrs. E. L. Tallaierro. Mrs, Fred Taylor, jr.. Mrs. Charles Lowrance. Mrs. C. B. Driver and Mrs. Nathan Welnberg. all or Osceola. * • • Have Program Mcc.ln.ig. Mrs. p. E. Quclmalz. and Mrs. Fred Flee man were hostesses to the Business and Professional Girls' circle of the First Methodist church for a program meeting Thursday night al the home ol Mrs. Quclmalz. .Miss Mary Grace .Hill led the devotional-which'followed a business meeting presided over by Mhs Mary Hubler. -Mis? Winifred Oobdrlch was leader of the pro- 1 gniiri on "Christian Sodal Relations," She. was assisted in -presentation >y MUs Monta Hughes, Have lirirlgc Party Lilacs, red buds, spirea and jonquils were used to decorate Ihe Woman's club when Mrs. J. W. Adams, si-,, Mrs, J. W-. Adams, jr., Mrs. Carlclon Smith, and Mrs. W. D. McCltirkin entertained 08 ol their friends with a bridge party yesterday afternoon. Mrs. A. B. Fairfield, who held high score, was presented n supper pJnle. Mrs. Cbnrles Peiin received a white card table for second high and Mrs. C. W. Aflllck, sheets and pillow cases lor third high. An eight piece starched luncheon set went to Mrs. Bernard Gooch lor low score. An Easier scheme was carried out, in the decorations. The table coven, napkins, and tallies all cmpha- .izcd Ihe approaching holiday when the rabbit comes ;nlo his jira. Minis in Ihe form of Enslcr avors were on Ihe salad plate which was served. » » » Missionary Sucicly Meets Twenty two members ol (lie Yar•bro Woman's Missionary society net Thursday afternoon at the .ionic of Mrs. Ernest French wilh Mrc. sterling French as co-hostess. In addition lo the regular pro;ram, a dialogue on '"Mctliodist Women Building Their Own Com- nunities" was given by Mrs. George Bunch. Mrs. W. R. Moore and Mrs. 3. B. Etchicson. During the business session, quar- •:erly reports were made out and a illvcr offering of S3.25 was given. 'J'he hostesses served a s-.indwich plale. « « * Have Social Meeting Fourteen members ol the U. A. U. of Ihe First Baptist church mid three visitors met Thursday nl Hie church for a monthly social meeting. .! " I' lcus v ™"' "" d G ' P ' Lcyon Earls. There were eleven mcmters and one .visitor, Mrs. ; Johnnie Rhodes, present, Mrs. T:' , >1 , ' ' A. Haggard gave lw,o plays "High ™ ck S P CI ' 1 , "'«"a.v and We-incs- Tor" and "Yes My Darling Daugh- , *' '" Lltllc Rock wllt '™ tliey alter" which were very interesting. lc " dcd lo business. The iiiimiics nnd history of the tia y Beck . who recently imder- club were given by the president, wcul "" appcndecloiny al. the Bly"- "' "-' ...... — tnevllle hospital, is now able lo be out, W. H. flight, of Louisville. Miss., Mrs. Bryan Smith, of Lillle Miss Ncdrn Bcrryman. Miss Bll- lic fvcggetl, Miss Belly Kbcrdt Thomas Seay, Jerry Cohen, How nrd Frisby nnd C, N. Gulce returned loddy from Little Rock where they attended tile Nationu tJcnor society convention. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tull Johnson Jr. and Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Arnolc will go tomorrow to Rives, Tenu where Ihey will visit Mr. and Mrs Tull Johnson si 1 . Mrs. Max Parks spent lasi nigh Jn Leachville with Mr. and Mrs P. M. Nelson. Jack OTCeefc Is spending th week end in Memphis witli hi mother, Mrs. L,. O'Keefe. W. P. Jones of Kenton, Tenj) visited Miss &a Wright here yes terdny. Miss Fnmce.s LJtUc, who attends Christian college at C'oJuin-' 1 tin, Mo., arrived home today to spend her spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Litllc. Mrs. W. W. McGoy of Lake City lias returned, home alter having been the guest, ol her daughter, Mrs. Hurry Taylor, and family for a few days. Mrs. P. E. House, Mrs. Alice Long and Mrs. Rice, of Paragould were guests of Miss Belle Whitsitt nnd Miss Alice Whitsitt Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvesler Hopkins, of Jackson, Mo., and Miss Mattie Schrock, of cape Gtrardeau, Mo,, arc speiidnig the week end will' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stovnll. Mrs. John Sawyer pi-, 'am. daughter, Ann Miller, of Caruth- crsville. are the guests of Mrs. C, S. Stevens nnd family loi- a Jew days. Mrs. E. J. Browne, who has been critically ill nt the Memphis Meth- cdist hospital for some time, is •Improved today. E. M. Holt, C. B. Holt nnd Mi's. V. C. Smith arc expected to return this afternoon from Newport, Teiin., where they were called Wednesday night because of Uie illness of their father. Mrs. C. B. Holl nnd Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Holt, -of Little Rock, accompanied them Bruce Holt, is also 11 son. Mrs. Minnie Lee McGregor am ivfrs. Mattie E. Shepherd will spenc tomorrow in Marlnnnn and Forest City visiting friends. Mrs. Earl West, of Arkadclphin, Ark., Is visiting her mother, Mrs. CHURCHES FIRST IIAI'TJST CHUKCII Walnut and eighth Itcv. Alfred Carpenter, I'astor 9:M a. m. Sunday school. !0:40 a, in. Morning worship, \lusic—"He Caret!) for Us All,"— ilioir. Offertory solo. Sermon t)y lii~ pastor. fi;30 p. m. Training unions. 7:30 p. in. Evening - evangelistic service. Music—"II Pays to Serve Jesus"—choir. Offertory solo. Sermon by the pastor. All-Church night, Wednesday. 1:00 p. m. Departmental mcel- Infis, 7:30 |>. in. Mid-week service. 8:30 p. in. Choir rehearsal. l 'lS 1V)l ' Ch '" Cl ", <lcs '" substance and is Life! church eteniul." l j a(;e 4CS. nl Ihe Baptist A Christian Science program is broadcast each Wed. at U'15 a in over KLCN, FULL UOSTKJ, CHUICCII Lilly and Vine Streets 8:45 n. m. Sunday school. 11:GO a. in. Morning service. V-.'M p. in. P. Y. P. A. 7:30 |>. m. Evangelistic service. The public is invited lo attend tliete services. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh w. Allen left Wednesday morning (o spend the rest of the week in Hot At the Hospitals Mrs. A. Ij. Woods was removed from Ihe Blyllicvillc hospital to Springs attending Ihe races On ller llome yesterday '» « (heir return they will visit rela- lives in Pine Bluff and Little Rock. Mrs. Jack Wood was removed Irom the Dlythevillc hospital to Mf .ami'Mrs. J E Mor°an ni-ei hcl ' homc at Leachvillc yesler- IH Hot Springs all (Ms week, va- dny '" n Col)b ambulance. caticning and attending the races. Mrs. J. A. Ar-pic, Mrs. W. J. Ludwl;> and Miss Josephine Balls: were Memphis visitors Monday. FIRST METHODIST OHUIlOll II. l.ynn Wade, Vaster The services will be broadcast over KLCN from 11 lo 12 o'clock. Sunday school at 3:45 a.m. S. K. Garret, superintendent. The pastor will preach at bolh morning and evening services. LAKE ST. CHUKCII F. M. Sweet, I'astor Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Morning worship 10:00 a.m. Y. p. Meeting 6:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Woman's Missionary society at the church Monday 2:'M p.m. Midweek Prayer service Wednesday night 7:30 o'clock. We oxlciid lo everybody a cordial welcome lo come and worship with aiuitcn OF CIIIUST Sunday morning services at Court House auditorium at 10:00 o'clock. 2:30 p. in. Radio program over KI.CN sponsored by the Churches or Christ o( Northeast Arkansas mil Soulhoa.sl Missouri. The Rev. C. W. ISianiion, of Monctle, Ark.., will conduct the service, f'aragould chorus will <iinu. An invitation is extended to everyone to attend or listen in. The Book dub observed its third B . M. Mondigo. and sister Mrs F' uiniversury Wednesday afternoon D . Aycock . Mrs . w ° t „„,; bLrc entertaining; m_lie homc of Mrs. hcr vcceut mn ™ »"«« T °£ 1'. T. A. Meeting Thursday. About thirty-five members . _ rs attended tlie meeting of the Wilson Parent-Teachers Association at Ihe lush school auditorium Thursday afternoon. The following pro- train was given: "liural Electricity" by Carl Wnldrpp. "The Need for Success" by Mrs. vv. J. I.ud- wic. piailo solo by Mary Frances Rcgcnold, "Education for Spiritual Values" by Mrs. W. A. Williams 'I lie annual study course will b«' conducted next Wednesday ant HIX.KIM UJTHKKAN CHUHCH ] Thursday afleinoons at 2-10 at 6lxt.li ami Walnut Streets II. J. Kleindiensl, Pastor I Sunday school D a.m. Mcrning worship 10 a.m. Sermon ' subject: "liie Bread of Life." The 'Lutheran Hour over coasl- lo-coast network. Try KLCN 3:iiO p.m. Lenten midweek radio broadcast Wednesday 'J:30 p.m. Subject: "Underestimating Christ." Lenten service Wednesday 7:3(1 p.m. Subject of sermon: "The Undefeated Christ," Ihe school auditorium by the Rei 1 D. O. Segar. Mrs. Maude Belle Bradford was removed lo the Blytheviile hospital last night in a Holt ambulance. • Mrs. Clarence Utlcy, of Sleele, has been admitted to the Memphis Baptist hospital. M=st people call moths "Inillcr- flip.s." yet (here nro aboul nine limes us many moth families uii butterfly families. Following the dutch supper, ths juests played games. * • « Have Treasure Hunt Eighteen members of Ihc young- :r set of the Fir.«l Presbyleriau hurch and their friends left the Manse last night at 8:</o o'cloctt •earching for clues scattered .round town which Indicate! Ihc- )lace of B treasure. The eighth clue iirected them back lo the manse vhcre they discovered the treasure, nade up ol theater and soda fountain tickets, in the chimney. The favors on Uie dessert'plates served by Mrs. S. H. Salmon were aimiature treasure chesls filled with jewels and coins which turned out to be colored candy and randies wrapped In silver nape Rev. Collins To Speak At Full Gospel Church The Rev. Mr. o'oUins ot Kansas Git, who Is 'moderate" of Ihj Cbttvch of God of America. ,wll peak, tonight at ths Full Gospel church. AH members are ur^ed and the public Is invited to be present al Ihe service. Mrs. , W. Colenmii. Mrs. Earls hud a large white cake with three candles on it. This was served with cheese orocker sandwiches and coffee. They will have thoir next meeting March 29th with Mrs. Sam Hnnira. * * * L. E. Cooper jr.. who is at- tunrtiua VnnderbUl University at Nasiiville, Tcnn.. arrived Wedncs- lor several days visit witli his parents. Dr. and Mrs. L. It Cooper sr. Dr. Cooper went after his son Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Odis Fowler of Uell was 'Visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kowtcr Tuesday night. Mrs. W. N. Holly of Cooler visited Mrs. T. S. Cooper nl Ihc Methodist hospilal in Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Johnson nnd dauphlcr Christine and Miss Louise Dorris of Kennel I were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Limbaiigh Sunday. Miss Kubye Tucker is s,ick wilh (he mumps. Mrs, Elmer Wright nnd Mrs. Ellis limit were visitors in Blylhc- ville yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Mac Shepherd and Mrs. Emma Allen of JJayti were guests of Mrs. Lena Hudson yesterday nfternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Abie Rushing vis- !cd Mrs. T. S. Cooper a|. Uie Methodist hospital in Memphis Tuesday. Miss Dorothy Han-is and daughter Miss Jerry Miles spent the week end in Hayti with relatives Rev. c. E. Hunt, pnslor of the Cooler Baptist cliurch. is attending the convention for the Baptist churches at. Kuoxvillc, Tcnn. Mrs. Lawson returned U> her homc in Paragould. Ark., yesterday after an extended visit here witli tier daughter, Mrs. V. W. Hock, arrived yesterday lo be the gucsU; of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Flight for a few days. Miss Mary Spain Usrcy, who at- leuds the University of Mississippi ysrey ' ' Miss Virginia Bell Eastwood, of C'arulhcvsvillc, Mo. was the guest of her aunl. Mrs. Charles F. Wood last night, she returned home today. Mm. Emma Hcnitlon and daughter. Miss Mamie, of Camlhcrsvillc are the weekend guests of Mrs Harold Meek. John Mnhan of Princeton Ky arrivcd yesterday lo .spend a frw days witli his mother. Mrs T j I Mohan, and family. ' '' Dr. mid Mrs. J. E. Bcuslcy Mi, yesterday afternoon, for Laurel Miss,, to be with Dr. Ben: brother-in-law, John Anderson, who is ill al his home there. n. A. Friend, who has been it] at his home from measles for the past Iwo weeks, is now much improved, bul will probably be confined to lil.s home for another week. Miss Mable Jo Wilson. Mi 5s Aiid- ley Blylhc, Miss Thelma W-lls Mts Eunice Brogdon and Miss Ruth Lindscy were in Memphis lasl nigl-.t. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUKCII Main at Sixth Geor;e W. Fallerson, MinislsT 9:45 a.m., Bible school, W, O Cicurin, supeiinlet)dcnt. 11:00 a.m., wordiip, coimnunion nnd -preaching. "We Would See Jesus" will be our pnslcr's sermon theme. 6:15 p.m., Youth Council meeting. All young people of the Church most urgently requested to be present and on .time. 7:30 p.m., worship and prcnchins. "Yes, Dead!" will he the llieuic of the sermon. •: Monday, 1:50 p.m.. Ihe Women's, finuncH will : me,et at the. home of Mrs. J. c. Ellis. All members cx- l:eoted to .come. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.. singing and fellowship at .Christian Hall. Everybody come, one hour which ycu'Jl enjoy. Come, and bring some- tody with you. Make up your mind right now. if you have not already done so, to atloncl church, nnd Bible School Sunday. Remember, our evangelistic meeting begins April 3rd and ive \vanl the prayers and enthusiastic support of all members ol (he church, with the co-operative spirit, we cannot full; without Ihe spirit of co-opcj-alion, we cannot, succeed. Working together with Him, the victory will surely come. FIRST CHUKCH OF THE NAZAKENK Kupliu D. Bcaslcy, paslor !):45 a.m. Sunday school. Ncble McCnllar, .superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. Ser- niaii .subject. "Princi|ilcs of the Ovor Coming Life." • 7:15 p.m. N.'Y. P. S. 7:45 p.m. Evening service, Scr- mcn subject, "The Approach of Judgment," We extend a cordial hmlalion lo all «'ho will worship with us. CIIKIS'l'IAN SCIENCE SOCIETY 70S W. Main "Mailer" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read In nil Churches of Christ. Scientist, on Sunday, Mnrch 20, 1938. The Golden Text is "Tremble, thou cnrlh. «L Ihe presence of the Lord, nl Ihi? presence of the God of Jacob." Psalm.s 114:7. Among (lie citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following from the Bible: "What profit hath he that workelh in thai wherein he lauoreth?" Ecclesi- asles a.-9. Ths Lesson-Sermon also includes (he following passages from Uie Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key lo the Scripliires". by Mary Enter Eddy: "Whnl is termed matter is un- Sunday school (caclicro meet Wednesday 8:M p.m. We preach Chrisl and Him crucified. You are welcome to our services. TEMPLE ISRAEL Herman Pollack, Rabbi Religious school classes and services dismissed so congregation can. attend the dedication of the Synagogue in cape Girardeau. Mo., Sunday oftternoon nt two o'clock. ARMOKEL BAPTIST CHUKCII C. I,. Hishop, I'aslor 10:00 a. m. Sunday school. 11:00-a. m. Morning worship. C'oserviiiicc of the Lord's supper. A religious survey of the conv uiiity;wilt be ' conducted Sunday afternoon. Workers will meet at the-'church for instructions at 2:00 . in. 6:30 p. m. B. T. U. 7:30 p. m. Evening service. Woman's Missionary Union wil! meet Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Jessie Riclonous. B. T. U. study course will be conducted al the church beginning SALVE COLDS Uquld-T'iililcls Salve-Nose • Drops 25c 4-H Club News Notes ROXY Admission always Iflc & 2Ce. j Maiiutcs Kalurday & Sunday Only Last Times Today folc Itidgc The Cole Ridcc •!-}! Club met riuirsdity with Mildred l/.inc ine- slding. There were 21 members and one leader present, Mrs. Lane led (lie group in singinj "Arkansas" anc'f Uie «ollc,wing club caplnins made reports: Imogcnc Ford, cook- cry; Helen Franks, giirdening an:l canning: CCv'il Ray, clothing: Ocr- aldine singelton, poultry; and lino- gene Ford, room improvement. Miss Cora Lee Coleman. home demonstration agent, and D. ,S. Lantrip, county agent, were present and discussed organization and plans foi Uie club year. This 4-H club has only recently been organized. Mr. and .Mrs. O. D. Finley nml Mrs. L:iue are sponsors. Carlnon & "Tim Tyler's l.m-lv" iicrial. Continuous showing Hulur- Dcinonstration Club Ncvfs Notes Monday night and continuing Ihrough Friday. Classes will be ollcrcd for adults, seniors, inter- niertlatcs ant! juniors. The. teachers are: A'dtilt,s. the Rev. C. L. Bishop; Seniors, Iliimnaii; fnter- mediaies, Miss Luna B. Wilhclm; Juniors, Miss Clara Bell Kinton. tUXOKA METHODIST CHURCH JIIIHCS 'J'. Raiidlc, Pastor 1U a. m. Bunday Scliool, Mrs. Sue Brown. superiiHciulent. 11 a. m. Morning woreliij), subject, "What is a Methodist?" 7:30 ix in. Evening worship, subject, "it Happened at Aldersgalc." Wilson Society—Personal The Rev. IJ. D. Segcr, Mr;. Sc- ;er and Mrs. N. B. Thompson attended services at the Second iiuptisl church in Biythcviile Mon- iay nitrht. The Rev. D. D. Scgcr. pnslor of (he Bnplisl, church, has charge ji the program over Slalion KL- CN. •Bly.theville. FriAay nflcmoo:i I'rom 3:15 to 3:45 o'clock. I The Rev. Phil Hamcr ef Atlanta Ga., will be the guest speaker at (.lie regular II o'clock service Uell St. Patrick provided Ihe motif for the silver tea given by Mrs. M. W. Lewis at her Dell home yesterday afternoon when she entertained 25 guests from 3 until 5 o'clock. - A. bouquet of spring flowers .made the centerpiece cf the lace'^u^'peti table at which Mrs. E-.irl Magnrs presided. The cookies and sandwiches on the tea table were in the color and shape of shamrocks. Shamrock favors were given lo the guests. The proceeds of thi:; lea will go lo the Dell Home Demonstration SIMPSON'S STATIC ],1\E 1 TAVEKN Highway lit Arkansas-Missouri Slsiic Line Sunday, Mcrcluinls Lunch -15c Cluiice uf MC;I!K: Slewed Chicken & Dumplings Lamb Chops on Toast Fish Cutlets in Tartar Sauce Tavern Club Steak Choice of Vegetables-. Wliipix-d Polfltocs French Fried Potatoes Creamed Peas Buttered Carrots Choice of Salad: Sliced Tomatoes Pineapple Salad • Lettuce & French Dressing Choice of DOS.SCI I : Ho Made Pies Ice Cream Sliced Peaches & Whipped Cream , Colemaii nnd family. Men Egg Weighs G'/- Ounces 1 SPRING MILL, Pa. (UP I-Abo I Mcls, a local farmer, has a Rhode Island Red hen that laid on egs weighing 6'4 ounces nnd measuring more lhan 8 inches by nearly B Inches. 24 HOUR FRIGIDAIRK SERVICE Only Aullierued Service In Mississippi County Commercial or Residence Jobs P/M>«€ 67 E, B. Gee Sales Co. E. B. Gee, Mgr. 100 S. Second S(. F«r Tomorrow We S "DINNER AT THE NOBLE" llcnw.tf <,m fa'iinriay dinner., ;uc jwiticularly drli!>hilul. we suggest Hint you hring your laniily lo cur dining room tumorio.v, or any Kuuriay. Tlic rombin.-ltinn of Kiiprr;) [owl, faultless .service ami plra.'-ant surroiimlinss will make it a remembered occasion. HOTEL NOBLE "Where »(»s|n'(alily is a Reality" Protect Your LINENS! ; " '' really know how to ! Uilic (•;].)•(• of your lin- j ens. Hmv ki KCl them crispy clean ;UK ] w l)ite | • • • how to launder ' l l'('!!i gently, m ak i ng them last longer. Protect your linens wilh our provt> ( | luundrv HCI- vicc. I'lione 327 For Service LAUNDRY Sunday - Monday (.> with Anna flfctc Wong ;iiul Akini Tamiiotf. NC it's C o nuul v Everything f or your enter. tainmcnt and comfort. Admission Malinec IQc & 26o Admission Night Hie & 36c Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests SATURDAY | VSVR FAVORITE FAMIIV; I B . lot," l'"in;i| Episode. Contmu Admission Oil 5 p.m. 10,. & 2Si-. AihuissiDii aflcr r> p.m. irjc & 3Ic Sunday - Monday O raramouut News & Comply ('Diitinuims vhowinir. Sunday Admission Sunilny Mntinrc and Nighl ICc * 3Cr. Ailmission Monday Mat. 10c 4- J(jr, Admission Monday Xiglil jsc * 5C C

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