PA 4 <3E TWO :) TOURR. NE\Vs , ' COURIER NEWS - i/l'UMENT^Ry TICKET i'. Ticket Will Admit * H. A. Koonfi & Companion ' Osceola* —to • the— HITZ THEATER "Susannah pf the Mountains" FLAPPER FANNY; (j :'. '-V ;s > , .BySytvia . v • ' .: ' • ' • Social Laiendai ' MONDAY' EVENTS j. Circle One', Woman's Mlsslonaiy society, First Methodist chuicli. meeting three o'clock with Mrs S. P. Martin; Circle -Two with Mis Riley B..Jones; Circle Three with Mrs.'Jesse Taylor; circle Tom, Mrs."Fred:,Wfirreri. • ' Woman's Auxiliary, First Pres- bytcrlah chuich, meeting three o'clock at church preceded by afternoon circle - 'meeting at 2:30 o'clock. ; Womarv's Missionary society, Lake Street Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Missionary U n I on, First Baptist church, meeting 2-30 o'clock -at'chuicli. ' TUESDAY'S KVENTS Mis. A. G. Hall having Tuesday Contract club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. T. K. Malum entertaining Bl-Monthly Luncheon cluu. , Town and Country club meeting with Mrs. Hugh Harlwrt. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, O.. W. _ McCiitchcn entertaining Thursday Contract club Vera Le'e,I'ick'etl. Weds. Lewis Frecm'ah Mrs. fierlha.Jarrett Plckclt announces the marriage of hei daughter, Miss Vera Lee Pickctt, to l*wls Freeman',, tt Dell. ftlw ccicniony was pciformed Tuesday, afternoon nt six o'clock In the First Methodist, cluirch at Carutliersvlllc by the Rev. Daniel Rlch?,rdson, pastor of the first Methodlsf, .church of Poitngevlllc. Th'c bride \voie n cornflower blue sport ensemble ivlili white accessories for the ceremony. . Mrs. Freeman .-was a member of this year's graduating class of the city high schorl Mr. Freeman was also educated in the city schools. Mr. and Mrs Freemnn nre residing at Dell where Mr. Freeman . is associated with his father, Taylor Freeman, In extensive farming interests. . ' .. +.' * * Son Is Born .A son nns bom to Mi. ah'cl Mrs Bubert Wade, Tuesday nt their home on East Sycnmoie sheet. The babj, who weighed, eight and one half pounds. lias been nnined Hubert l™1rl Wade Jr. Mis. Witfle Wai -formerly Misi Evelyn James. Postpone Meeting . The meeting of the Maple Drove Cemetery, association which was scheduled 'for Wednesday nt (he Promised Land church, has been postponed because of the conflict with the test camp at the Clowley .Rlrise State park at Walcott, it was announced todaj. The ( dale for the meeting will be announced later, officers said. * * * Association iVIcels Six members 'and one visitor of the Elmvvood Cemetery association met at the h:me of Mrs Charlie Johnson on North Trankltn stiect yesterday afternoon. . During the business session, U V,BS reported that $32 was made Irom the benefit bingo party spon- s:ied by the association recently The hostess served a , dessert course .of ice cream and cake during the social hour. I Bits of News naiSi Mr.- and Mrs;-Russell F»rr and son, Harry Carter;' returned last night from St. Louis and 'Astoria III,,: where the'y'-vlEHed Mr Fair's i mother; Mrs.^'Ella Fa'rr, and oWri relatives, .They were .away a week. en route to his home fronvpplnts ~ "That's tlic one Hint insulted j oil'—wild you weie a sap to gotocnmpan'JemcR lovely htlle thiiiB like me all alone" TODAY'S PATTERN BY CAKOL DAY. Using this one easy design, Pal- tern 8522,--you can make yourself a lot of vacation Inshic-n lor very little work and money. The pattern Is perforated fnr a slevcless style, so (lint you can make- it -that way for tennis ami outdoor 'activities. But it's so pretty-with the flaring, brief sleeves, Hint you'll undoubtedly want It both ways Add the bolero, nnd you're all set for street and'business. It's a uiianntntj: style, darted In to a slim waistline with veiy Wide circular skirt, youthful square neckline and guy trimming contrast — 'carefree, practical, becoming. Gingham, pique, sharkskin and linen .are smart materials for this design Hi'vvltl be c'pcclalls prot ty in whlte,.wlih bright,)contrast. Pattern 85U2 Is designed for sizes 13, M. IB, 18, and 20. Size H requires -1.1-3 yards of 35-Inch material for dress and 11-3 yards for lioleio; 2 3-1 yards of bias fold or binding. The new SPRING AND SUMMER PATTERN BOOK, 32 pages 'of attractive designs foi even we and .every occasion, Is now rcadv Photographs show dresses made from these patterns being worn a feature yon will cnjov Let the charming designs In this "now book help you L ln your sewing. One pattern nnti,' the now Spring and Summer Pattern Book—25 ceiits. Pattern or book nlone—16 cents. For a PATTERN of this attinc the model send 15c In COIN, your NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER and SIZE to COURIER NEWS TODAY'S-.PATTERN BUREAU, lOB SEVENTH AVENUE NEW YORK, N. Y. To Conduct At Cluirch Of Christ Have Class Party Mrs. Charles Newcomb and Mrs S J McDearman v\ere hostesses to 18 members of the Dorcas Sunday scho:l class of the First Baptist church last night at the Newcomb home for a social affair. . Mrs Frank Simmons presented the devotional fium the 20th chapter of Psalms and prajcrs were offered by Mrs. The:dore Logan and Mrs. H. B Burnett. Mrs. Allen Rushing presided over the business session. ,. A sandwich plate \\ith an iced drink was served by the hostesses Is Hostess to Club Mrs J. W. Adams Jr was hostess to members of her bridge dub at a parly at her h'drtV \eslcrday , Evangelist H. A. Dlxon, minister of the National Avenue Church of Christ In' Spiingfteld, Mo., will ccnduct services . at. the local Church of Christ beginning 'lues- nay night, at eight o'clock. The stucs of meetings, however, will begin Sunday with Dcnton M. Nt.il. paster of (he local church • speaking at bolh services Summy ohd at the Monday night service. Services will be held each .night al eight o'clock through Sunday nieht. July 30, at the'-church .on I West Main ctrcot at Highway, fit i>nrt on radio station KLCN each nay from 12:15 to 13:30 p'cloi:k. j A HE congregational singing for-the I series of meetings will be In charge of Mr "Meal. Mr. Dlxon. for a number of Demonstration Club News Notes The Gosnell Home Dcinanstratkti club met In the home of Mrs. O. C. Wadley July II. The meeting opened by . reading the collect.. A ...song. "America," was sung by the 'group. Mrs. A. C. Duclos, president, presided. .'.".-, Mrs. L. Doris, canning .chairman, gave n dcmcnstratlon on pickles. The -glass jars were ' jivdn to the members to be filled for.the crunty fair. A plate lunch was '• served. Each chairman gave reports .-and timely suggestions for 'their group All were urged to get ' riady for who wilt ..accompany them, will spend the' remuliVder of the' summer In Colorado Springs'with :her son, Goi'don Hcrrlck,' aha Mrs llerrlck. Before going to Colorado Springs, (hey plan to 'visit in Long Beach/ Callfr,'. San Francisco and Salt Lake' City.:.'::, , ,,.,-. •..,=:...,• •Mrs. Lelantl Mitchell .anil daughter, Ruth Amv>'of Memphis, 'will arrive tonight" (o >spend','a 'week here ,wlth,;..Mr. "niul Mrs) C;.-J, Browne and Mr. and Mrs Russell Karr. •' ':>• >..:.:. , Mi and Mrs J W Adams Jr nnd son Dranc and Mrs J i\v Maim Si v,lll siwiid tomorrow In Wilson as the guests of Mr and Mis J c Klrkpatrlck * Mr and Mrs Sidney *Shinn and dau"htci, of Murfrccsboi o, Tehn left yeslcidtiy after ha\lnj visited Mr. and MfsMt. E.'Blaylock' and fanilly here since Tuesday. \frs Lai I ONCal ind daughter Pcggj Ann of Momoe La, came riitntdij' for a visit with her ^r' cut5 Mr itid Mis C M Buck ,iiid famllj ' Mi ind Mrs J W Hirvey of JneKsoinllli; I h returned Home llimsdaj nfler !iR\inf visited their dnushlci Mrs Willlaiu Haliburton •mil 5!i Ilillbiirlon here for t few ' tlnj'i rhey nere aocompanlcel homo bj Mr? Hallbmlon Kho will visli llicni Mr nnd Mrs • J. WrShou'sl? nnrt son, J. w. Jr., and daughter, 'Frali- | ccs will leive lonnrrow' toti n I necks iicnlicn to be spent In the inouiilfllns of North Carolina nnd on the toi't of South Carolina t I Mr and Mrs G N Haliburton of Nashville, lenn stopped ehrc Monday for a days visit with their son William Haliburton and Mrs tlaliburton They nere en route to Califoinla i •• l >Mr and Mrs Robert Haftk nii8 daughter of Wjnne nrrlvtd W tlai to make their home in this cltj Mr Hawk will be connected with Arkansas Grocer companj Mr and Mis W Ml Hodgson nnd Mr.' and Mrs, Arnold --F.,;SieK- iniinn of New Oi leans nre spending the viceknd here with Mr Hodgson s slstei MIS 0 Modlnger nnd lamllj •Mrs J P Friend and son R A returned \cslerdaj from a visit m Lufkln lex Pleasant Hill and Shreveport, La In Lufkln they were the i guests of Mrs friends mother Mrs W R Blown ant) sis ler Mrs M E Gibbs while > in Pleasant Hill thej \lslteci Mrs Friend's aunt, .Mrs. Av J. Barren, and family, and In Shreveport were .(he ,guests of C.:iW.- Friend., and famllj Mrs Friend was awaj for more than two weeks, while H.- A', iniu spuht-flve weeks In the various points. Miss Patricia: Anderson .'and Miss Virginia Bicking-. of' ; Tulsa.-'Who have been 'visiting th Monette, spent yesterday with sMr. and "Mrs. Bob Chiles.-Mrs. -Chiles, motored them to Osceola last night: Today, (hey went to Memphis with Miss (Jean Chiles who snn'g over• W.M.O. , at 11:30 o'clock this morning. They' I will return here Monday to spend a : week. • Mrs. Chiles will • accom- (pany them back to Tulsa for a •.visit, .. . 1; I Mrs. Augustua Sanders ot Flint; Mien,, arrived in BIytheville today having come down especially .to take treatment for cancer. While here-shc will also visit at Hayli and ;:Mrs.. Fred Goldner nnd dnughr tcrs,.-N6rma Louise and Rcta. of •NAshvlllc, arc the gue'sls of Mrs. Ooldricr's sister,'Mrs. Walter Ros- cnthal, and family.' They, rame Friday and will be here for a week. KIRST'CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Eup)u D. B*a«ley, pastor ..Sunday schcol, 9 45 am Noble MCCullar, superlnletident Morning worship, u 00 a in Subject, "Distinctions Between Hegen eratlon and Sanctlflcatlon ' HYPS—Mis MJldred Mayo, sponsor—S 30 p m Evangelistic service, 7 45 p m sub- u, ct ',," rlie Oreatest Sin in the World " pur special singers, Professor and Mrs Fkjd Hawkins, are attracting ereat crouds to the revival with their EpccHl music We cordially Invite everyone to attend these ..... .. Mitchell, of Little R-ck, will conduct communion services. CHURCH; OF CHRIST Dcnton M. Ncal/ j»skr Lord's Day services 1UOO am Bible i,tii(l> H 00 am Moinini: worship U 45 am Communion 8 00 pm Preaching Wednesday's services 8 CO pm Song teivice and slutlj Daily broadcast over KLCN, Monday and &,ilurda> irom t^.ia to 12'30 o'clock and Sunday froiii 2 30 to 3 15 o clock LAKE STREET MKTIIOUIST CHURCH F. M. Svvccl, pastor 0:45. a.m. Church school. 10:45 a.m. Preaching service. T:00 p.m. YoiniK People's incet- iusa. 8:00 p.m.- Preaching by. Dr. E. W. Potter, nnd business session of the third .(luarlerly conference. 8:00 p.m. Wednesday,-Prayer scr i I —^ PHRISTIAN..SOIENOE .SKRVICKS 'Lifc'fiis thet subject. 01 the Les- soti-Scunoii which.:vvlir be-.reaii in all Churches'of.'Christ, Scientist, on ^utidnvi Julj 16, 19JO I he Golden lexl is Seek toocl and not evil tint ve may live and so (lie L id the God of hosts slnli be with 5011 ns vt line spoken ••Amos'6:14-. 'Among the citations''which comprise the. Lcsson-Sernio'n • is the lol- loiuig fr<.m the Bihle fn (he ivny. pf righleoushess Is life: .unu In the pillmay theicof thcic Is no death." "Proverb's 12:^9 The Lesson Sermon al-o Includes the fDlIonirtg- passives fi m the ChrlsfisQ Science textbook, Science and Henllh with Kev lo the icnp tiirli , bj Mflrj Biker rdrty As adherents of Truth \ic lake the inspired vvoid cf the Bible ns our sufficient guide to eternal life. Page"497 A Christian Science program is broadcast next Wednesdij it II 15 a.m. over KLCN. y fed Maty Are Back JBATURDAy. JULY i 5/ 19ag Baptist Meeting At Dell Well Attended .-"Grossing Boundary - - lhc subject: of -.the program , n ttBl ~ P Buddy Rogm and his nife, nho itiled the Ameucan movie sqeue for mniiy years- as. Mary P.ickford. ; •''America's Sweetheart, 1 '. Razed "y at one anothci as they icturncd on the Noriinndle fiom a longjEiiropcan jaunt. family, Tuesday 7 30 p in Fellowship liouis il the cluirch foi our joiing people. Wednesday, 7:30 p. in, Bible study Wednesdjj 8 15 p \\\ Thud Qimteily conference Ilimsdij 7 JO |) m choir pinc- tlce faundu 6 -15 p m Young Fco pies meetings 4-H Club News Notes Artist Colony Proposed At Reid Hollow, Vt. HAIIFAX Vt (UP)-Phns aie under v,a\ to estibhsh an irtisls , go lie Mississippi county Woman's Missionary Union association of Baptist churches : -at Dell •••-•( Mrs,; Walter Bishop , 'conducted the devotional at th e morning service before the ."following topics were given:: "Beginning the . Journey With the Local W; M u- by Mrs. D. R. Garner of ArmoreC 'Across th« Line .To the Assocla- tlonnl VV.,M. U.",.iMrs:.W'p Hale of Cteccola; "Pausing 'Midway with 'Jhe District W. M. O.", Mrs. T. K Tale pf Armorel;. "Enchanting Vistas '61 ,lhe State W. M U" Mrs. Rtnfro --of Dell;' "Through South Wide Missionary- Union to 1 a World Wide View", Mrs. R ![ Jones of Osceola. • . '. ... "A .-group of - young people 'from Blyllievllle;.: presented --a . playjeli "Long--Distaiice." Those : who took part were; Misses Doris Delk, Odle nice, -Irene. Johnson," Odessa : McGhee, Jewel Rice, Loulizzla Tlionip- sbn,- .Elizabeth .. Booth,: Carllynn Hood, if Eunice AiUeii; Betty Foster and. Frances Shouse , : and-"'.Fred Fowler .and .Harry Ray Brooks. Special inusio at the ntornlng 'J . . us n- solo by Miss Wynelte Shepherd who was accompanied by-. Miss jSveiyn ; Smart. -, •, rtitci nmcii, which -was served by the Dell W. M.S.. Mrs. Theodore L-Ofian, •chairman, presided over the business session.. A report of- the Southern W.--M. U. meeting • at Oklahoma City .- I n M fly wa.s (jiviih by^lts. Jones, who also told 'of 'her visit to;: the 'Indian ^sslon -field. '•'A 'dialogue was presented .by Mrs. W..J.,Rodgers and .Mrs Tqd King.. Prayers' were offered by Mrs Bishop,. Mrs. H. L. chambers, Miss Hood, Mrs. M. W. Lewis, of Dell and Mrs. T. R, shepherd. '.•''•; colom in ROW HollW unto '££. L ^SewaiPof' ^ ' '"iT uc would act is nssocnle dntx Unemployed, he built the troctoi tor of the school when, p tinting to pay a debt drawing music and theater nits ^r. would be taught An o!cl church would be used ^ a gnls doinn toi>, while the \ouns, men would be housed In i fir in house Appli cations have been received from 25 potential students. I FIRST PHESBYTEUIAN C11UKC1I James A Oi^rholser mlnlstei Sunda) school 9 45 a in Morning \\orshlp 11 00 T ni Theme, "I, will Lift Up mine Eyes unto the Hills. YoUng Peoples meeting 1 00 p m Miss Billie Leggett Is the leader ,lnra:-.'p'rbgra"m ; on ."Youth In the Community Fvenmg worship 8 00 p in Theine, • "Leaders Not 'Enough. Midweek service Wednesday, T.30 p. m. •j .Choir "practice .Wednesday, 8:15 P. ni.. of Mrs. A. M. Butt and family, guests' of the .club, received high and second high store pri/es Refreshment^ wete served at the conclusion of the bridge g4mes A new gasoline" tank filler cap lock which opens upon the pressing of a dash-m:unted button U now being Installed en cars a!, a slight e A tra cost. and the Christ in Memphis. He later worked the Church of Christ in Martin. Tenn., before going to sprlri«- 1 field He hrvs recently been in sn'c- , ie,"3lul evangelistic "work in Martin and Jackson, Ttnn. ---s urged -Mrs: I,. T. Karncs (.0 get her reports hit: the paper. All were reminded that the annual Home Demonstration Club County Rest camp will be held.at Walcoll State Park July 18-20. AH were urge;! to make preparations to attend. revue ^est dress wll! te given a' FIRST ' CHRISTIAN CHURCH .Main at Sixth • Gco. W. Patterson, minister ' "9:45 a. m,, Bible school, W. O. 'Geiirln, superintendent. .'• •• _. 11:00 a. m,, worship,, communion and 'preaching. "The New Testament Church—Rome" will be the sermon theme. • -, .7:45 p. m., worship and preaching. -'"Hell" will be the sermon th'einc. Tills theme may be a Hills bit- old fashioned but it should be interesting. " -•.. : Wednesday. 7:45 p. m., singing at the church. •'-.'<••. ":\Ve. most cordially Inv'ile "the 'public.' Strangers in our -city ^especially invited. We'll try "to .'make you glad you came our way. At The Hospitals .- Walk.'Hospital ,' Julius Bishop, city, admitted, Clyde -Hicks, 'Manila, rii.smi.wed.' v...-;. Blylheville Hospital •, . -} Wilihm Ferguson, rbrtajevllle, admitted. - .' . .. j • Mary. Evelyn Crleman. steele, admitted. '. . • - , ,.••,_.'• Dickie Crawfud. city, dismissed. . Alcmphls Baptist Hospital ! Mrs. H. E Stanford. Luxora ad-' milled. •' ' .,..,.• . '•; Mrs. Ellis Williams. ^Dycs5, nrtV, FIRST" METHODIST CHURCH. Cnnkr M.iln nml ScveuUi ."•''' E. II. .-Williams, minister. •(Church school 9M5 n. m. S. K. Garrett, ,snpcrint«nricnl. :-.:.Moniing worship -10:55. a.', in. Message—"Cnu Religion Be lifade Attractive?" • • • '<,EVcriing "worship, 7:30.'p. in. Messagc^'All for the Kingdom of God." Come and bring the whole '*!•*'•>! •'• .Wr^gfrr/rT^i^jVy.'*. TERMINATES TERMITES BRUCE-MEMPIS Loreiiti was- elected ptes'- Iricht. of: ,thc Lost .Cane '1-H Club and Husscl Lawson, .vice president at: j a . meeting yesterday. ; In the absence of the.reporter Hie secretory, Lorenc Murray was -asked to make the report Miss Coleman hcme demonstration,', .agent, gave a fdcmoiistriition ion; judging''caiinecl .goods, and R. W. Schrdedcr, assistant county agent, told • of -tit? cciinty fair. Mrs. J. S. Morris was asked to. serve -as sponsor of the club. She and a.- representative of the Lost Caue'4-H Club will-attend the 4-H County Council at Blythe- I'ille Saturday,: July 15r:whem rules and plans ! f or .the county softb'all 4-H tc.urnnmentvvill.be made. Also the;stnte.-caiup whlcli:-wlll be ; -)ield at Fayettcville the,-first: week in August -will be discussed 'The :eliib boys, and: girls-..have been helping, .wlUiLimldfsummer house and yard.cleaning. .'Die walls ha%e been washed and are now being, painted. :The new lawn-mower has. been In constant use. This may be known :by-the 'neatly cut lawn on 'the. frxnt and'bn'ck: campus. Mr. 'Lewis:called attention t? the county.: ofBce that the..Lost .Cane club won n contest this spring by having.the inost club ..uniforms at the county rally. The girls have net •;recelved their prize It was 'ordered," Miss Orleman said, .','and maybe it Is In the office. Ask about it - Saturday." The newly elected--.officers will preside at the next meeting. . Scotland consumes more choco- I Coolest Spot in Town late per caplUi tlnn docs am other irartioii of the United Kingdom Beer was strictly a Jady's drink at one liirie. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our, many friends and relatives lor their sympathy and kindness during 'the sudden death of-our husband and father. Kioyd Snyder, alss for the beautiful: .floral ,offerings.- We especially wish to thank the ladies for the nico,dinner, and the Rev. Alfred . Carpenter, Rev. Eupha D. Beaslcy and Mr. Blovall for the services rendered. Mrs. Floyd Snyder, wife Gerald Ray Snyder, baby son Mr. and Mrs..Lee Richardson WHY PAY MORE? Keep Summer Clothes, CocI, Fresh at f.css Cost to Yourself. Dresses -Cleaned (>5c Suits Cleaned 65c PHONE 162 pfeERLESS CLEANERS & FrnnUlin "^ r ROXY Admualon alwaj! Mte** 26c MutlneM Frt -Sst.-S«n. » Last Times Today Of Courier Newi F«r Free Show Cneiti Zone Grey'r or THI .. t BIA PICTURE Also.cartoon. & serial.,"Hawk of tho tt'ilflcrness." Continuous show Saturday, Sunday - Monday Alsn Cartoon & Serial. "Buck Rogers." Continuous shew. Atfml«ion till 5 00 pm 10c & 26o After a 00 p m ISc jL,31o. Sunday-Monday SHIRLEY . TEMPLE in He famous slaty ' of lhe old No!'"''"' *J: $U$AHNAH OF THE BOUNTIES A KH CwvtY-Fot fktj |/llS9. v Parnmoiint News &. Cpnieily, aiKl IJcunlcl Duch. Coniinuuus '• ^Parainoinit NMTS -Special''" "KaUins and Sinking .pf the Suii' n>arine Sqiiali-s." Admission,Sun. Al.l :l>ay 16c & 36c AclnnV Mnmlay Matinee .50c & 26o Ailmis. . itSomlay. Night 16c ,% .litic Mdiv! Mil 75 GOOD REAB6NS Why 'Yoii Shuui'ti Attend Malincc or Night Admission IQcandSSc NO 'LYTtiEVlLLE MUNICIPAL POOL Open Until 11 P. M.
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