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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 6, 1936
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I3K3G TWO BL\THEVILl.K, (ARK.) COUMHIl NEWS . Social Calendar MONDAY'S 1 EVENTS ,W M U. Second Baptist church meeting Rt chuv'ch 2'30 >ni- Circles c[ \V M U meeting: 1, Airs." Lloyd Stickmon; 2, Mrs. A. T. Clpar'; 3, Mrs. Odis Shepherd; 4;. Mrs. Joe" S.' Dlllahunly; 0. at church. Junior G A's meeting First Bnptlbt cliiirch 4 pm W. M S meeting First Mctli- odi^t clmrch lining piogiam,' at church, i pm Circles Woman's Auslllaiy, First Presbjteiiau chvrch; 1, Mrs R. C. rook. 2, Mrs Cniiol Blakcmorc; 3, Mrs Joe P Prjdc, 4, Miss Grace Lowery, 1 1 HEYDAY'S EVENTS Mrs llunloi C Sims having Tuesday Bridjc. clul). Younger Set Bridge dub meei- lilg vulh Miss Mary Catherine Martin Coolcy-Bcall ucddlng to be solemnized 5 1''". nt Coolcy home. Junior R A's meeting Firs Baptist chlirch, 4 p..m. u WEDNESDAY'S KVENTS Mrs. Estellc Cooke Vollmer having Wednesday Bridge club Sunbeams meeting Firsl Bap- tlst church. 4 p, in. • THURSDAY'S EVENTS Country cluh having .linmburncr suoper, 1pm, Mrs N B. Meiiaid entertaining Thiirtdaj Bridge club, Thursday Luncheon club meet- Ing with Mrs. By ran. Morse. Thursday Contract club meet- in e with Mrs G O Cauillll. he affair at which refreshments vere served In a novel manner. In n brief devotional ' period iraycr.s were offered by Miss Lui'in B.: Wllhelm and Mrs. J. II. Smart. The 3d present Included several former members. * * + Cemiilliueiil Miss i'jliui MLss LnVcrgnc Fllun, who Is moving to Holly Springs, Miss., was' guest of honor at a bunco parly given Friday afternoon nt the home of Miss Jessalyn ' Btp- lueycr when Misses lilomeyer, Annabel Slacy and Marilyn Bur- ncttc \- hostesses, There: were . . . •Miss ,1'aulinc ,Fow)er ; ''won h score ^p'rluc, ..loWoS^Qre award went to; MlsS .Kalhryri,";Wnin'ole • iin< Mlks .Virginia : B]oinoyer .received Hit; 'traveling prW. ! Chocolate sundaes wera served. Bits of-Nc^vs Mostly/Personal it>e; who graduated from the city] Ugh school, anil by their son, Maurice, who has lioen employed «t the Robinson Drux store. Mr.'uiul Mrs. Ktildds Kdwnrds and Miss FJIuibclh Edwards have returned from Ttillulah, !«•>., where llicy accompanied llielr sister, Mrs. John I!. O'Sliwi. home afU'r a brief slay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kdwnrds. II. IllghllU U ill nt tlie Hotel Noble whore he nmkcK bis home. Mr, find Mrs. II. L-, Bradley and family went lo I.ttllc Rock yesterday where Hie family Is make its home after having lived hero for (be past four years. They came here from l.illlc Rock. Mrs. Champ •Klinbcrlnln, of Plains', Mo., is Ihr jji'csl of rela- llvc.s here while her sister. Mm, E|lloll B. Sarlnlii, Is ill following mi operalkin nt Ihe Hlylhcvlllc hospital. .Blylhcvillc liovs Graduate ul U, of. A. .Two Blylhcvillc boys. Charles Joseph ancT Freeman Robinson, will gradualc from the.. University of Arkansas Monday night. Tom "ecoy, formerly of here nnd now of'Joncsboro, will-also receive his diploma In business administration; Charles,- who Li finishing at the school of engineering,' and. his bro- Iher, Simon, who Is a ;fr(vsliinrin, will return' homo with their -mother, Mrs, S Joseph, and Iheir uncle, Millon Steinberg, who motored over today' for commencement / Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry, un- ,cle and aunt of Freeman, and lib mother, Mrs. Edwin Robinson, will: motor over Monday. He yylll accompany them home, following Ihc receiving of his diploma from lhe.,|cl]99l of, agriculUne Hc 4 .\vjl\ visit y herc until June 15 whcn"lie" Epes lo Tcxarkana as assistant county agriculture agent. '> " , • « * Daughter Forn. 'A daughter was bora Saturday njorning lo Mr. and Mrs. Enloc Buchanan at their homo on High\\ ; ay 18. The baby, who weighed trtveu pounds, has been named Shirley Ann. Mr. 'aiid Mrs, Clarc : Clark ol Hot Springs will spend Ihb week end here , as guests of Mr, L und Mrs. Jcsscc Stilt, .Mr. Clark Is niinmgcr of the I'ark'liolel in"not Springs. Roy Slit), fatlie'r of Mr. Slllt, will accompany them here. Mrs. Welch Foster went to Memphis yeslerday where she met Mr. Foster and returned home with him after a Irip lo Little Rock, ...... .. • Dr. Lee I'cttit Ony'of St. Lolili was here •Thursday as the guest ot Mr. und Mis. Welch Foster. Byrpn, Bill and Charles -llar- tholomcw, of- Memphi.'i, sous of Mr. and Mrs, Byron Bartholomew, are visiting Mr. and Mrs,- Welch Poster. Mrs. Bartholomew IH : Ihe former MLss: Cleo Ijinigdon of Mils Mrs. John Miles :MIHer Ims ,re- iurned, from; a brief slay '.In St, LOIliS. . . , • , .... ; ,.,,,. . : -, Mr,..and Mrs. j..'A. PuckclL ami daughter left this afternoon . foi Faycllpvlllc,. where. Mr., ,.1,'iiekett will (itlend .lli'e ..state ...ujilycrsjl; summer, school for six weeks. ',' Mrs. R,. W.'st.aiitleid, of, Lus- orij, has .been admlltcd lo ', tin H-x\e r-irt) Mary Helen , Moore, daughter-, of Br and Mis Ij H Moore, and Patricia Wisa, dai'ghtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd V.- Wise, entertained 100 <jucsU-. with a dancing p'arty. last night at: the country Opccola Socicly — Persona The, colorful frc:c(;s of Ihe cliib ncmbcrs and (jrcslii logcllier with the profitslon of sweclpc'iis and lnrks])iir used hi decorations added to the setting of tlio bridge paity and dinner given by Miss limtin Cox at her country home l;itc Tlnnsdiiy nftevnoon. High score uli-b prl/e was won by Mrs. Joe ijlrcs of Luxora. Hrsl and;-'secdnd •jij'uesl prizes were awarded Mis. liarry Driver ami Mrs.' Q; F. 'Ihyant L and Mrs. W. B lU-nt; cut consolation prize. In addition to the club members the following guests were present: Mines. Hurry Drivel-, W W. I'rewlll, W. E. Hunt,. C,.. L. Drake, Ucn Green, G. F. Bryant, L.'.W. Wnllei-s.-aiid Gcor-jla 'wll- llamson of Mcinpliis. Miss Juliii I.tllanl Craig anil Mrs. D. S. Lancy were guests ol Mr.s, A. W.: BOWCLI when she en- tcrtiilneil .her bridge dull Thurs- \-S I'H.CItlM - I,l)THi:itAN II. .!. Klclmlleiisl, ja.stn Sunday .sehool, 0 a.m. Morning worship with Communion 10 a.m. Sermon tsplc: "Jewels In Clod's Crown of Glory.' Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. Sermon topic: "A Pure Heart, 1 Sunday school teachers meet, 8:10 p.m. You arc Invllcd lo Ihose services. "He Mint Is of God hcarclh God's words. . ." John 8, 47. ASSEMBLY OK «(>]) CHDitCH 1th & Ash Slroels Sniday school, 9:45 a.m.' Morning service, II a.m. Jail service. 1:30 p.m. Sr. C. A. Class, (J:45 p.m. ,lr. C. A. Class, 5:30 p.m. Evangclls-liu service, R p.m. Because this is the first, Suntla; .11 the month, the Communion wii lie observed and the missionary cITcrlng taken, and Ihc services lie broadcast from Ihe church from 11 lo n. The Young People of this:church will conduct a street service-down town Saturday night al K p.m. Mr. Jack Woods, a yoi'tig man from Bible school at Springfield,' Mo., Is working with the young people and nil young people In Ihc city arc Invited to attend our -services, especially the one oti .Sunday evening at 0:45. c|ub. Larkspur, coreopsis, swcetpcas Memphis • Baptist. L.._,....„. , G. E. Thornton, of Osccola, Is a patienl at the Memphis liospltal.' ,' ' . : ].' O. W. McCutch'e'n Is'aUciuiliiB to IJrisiticSs -::i|i J.pharleslon,- .Mp,i? -to- 'dft}'. - "I *'IV"k'- 1 ' •'•••• •-: .'.si'...-.' Bernard tiooch, who tins been nuile ill for about six weeks from midulant fever, is now convalescing. Mrs. O. W. McCiilclien and daughters, Mtees Belly Lee and Sara Lou, went to Hot Springs yesterday to spend two or throe weeks. They may also visit tho Centennial nt Dallas before returning home. Blythcvlllp women who attended, the picnic al;,Odder park-yesterday, given by the William Strong chapter of the Daughters of the . American Revolution, were: Mrs. Jaincs IB. Clark, Mrs. James Hill, Mrs. F. -B. Joyner Mrs. J. Wi Pnrkcr, Mrs. R. II. ahd other garden flowers decorated the ball room where dauciivg was cnjojcn Ic. seveial hours. Punch and cakes were served throughout the affair. ^Patricia received with Joe Evrard and Mary Helen with James Pbi'nds and they were also assisted by their parents. Included In Ihc guests was Palsy Staudenmayer, of Manila. » • » Bride Klcci Complimented Miss Marian Coolcy, whose marriage to Eislner Beall will be solemnized Tuesday, was guesl ol honor at a • linen shower and bridge party given "Friday night by; Mrs. Roland Green. Swnetpcas and larkspur predominated in Ihc bouquets arranged in. colorful vases in the living and sun rooms. In carrying out the pink and white color scheme rc- fieshmcnts of Ice cream and Individual pink hcart v shaped cakes, decorated In valley' lilies . were served. The gifts werp 'presented the bride elect by liltlo Evelyn Jean Pigg. of Osceola, wearing a taffeta Irock. who pulled in the pink and white decorated wagon. In the bridge games Miss Carolyn Haley won lingerie for 'high score award,. Miss Mary Grace Htil received: a handkerchief for low score prize and. Miss Cooley was presented Maderla pillow cas- , . . . Whitclaw, Mrs. O. C. Tucker, Mrs. C C. Langston and daughter, Miss Adelc, Mrs. W. T. Obcrst, Mrs R. C. Rose, Mtss Cora Leu Coleman, Mrs: C. E. Crlgge'r, Mis. J. W. Badcr, and Mrs. J. A, Barllett ol Chicago, housegucst of Mr. and Mrst Jaiues B. Clark, and Vivian Patterson of Jackson, Miss., grand daughter of Mrs. Obcrst. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Green were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roland day night. First - and second lirlzes were won by Miss Cniic and Mrs. E. R. Smith Jr. Mrs. George Adams and daughter. Jane White, o( UUIe Hock, are guests of Mr.s. Adams'.. mollicr. Mrs. John White. Mrs. Hugh Hughcy and (laugh- tor. .Sue; piny, of Atliuitiij'-Ga., urr arriving toilay fni-'n ; 'visl|."V6"Mrii' Hughey's parents, Mr anil Mrs. J !:. Lovewcll. Sue Clay will re- 'main for the summer with hoi 3nimlparcnl,s, antl Mrs. Hughcy aller spending three weeks here, will go lo her new homo In Jacksonville, Pin. B. L. Prccson. superintendent, nl tin; grammar sclinol, and his wlfi have gons to Milan. Tonn., feu a few weeks with-their pnrculs after .which they will be in Pea- bosly.. College. _;Naslu'llic. Othei Osccola teachers who expccl to be In .school ttils summer arc: Mlsr Grace Leech. University of Oklahoma. Norman. Okla.; Miss Co rlnnc Slbley. State Tcaclicrs Col lege, Comvay. Ark.: Miss Glady Kslcs, llrnclcrsoii State Teachers Arka<leUihi;i: Frank Sanders, Pea body College, Nashville, Tcim. Miss Hob Williams, of Armorel a member of (ho Luxora schoo faculty, is (be guesl of Mrs. !•'. .1 fsotn this week. Mrs. Aldon Baker enlcrlalncd 3 Ittlle folks yesterday aftcrnooi with a "Bubble party" in hono of Ihc seventh birthday of he younger daughter, Jon mi. She wa Orccn before leaving today for! assisted In 'entertaining by he Seattle. Wash., to spend the sum-! daughter. Jean Lylc. Miss Dori Mrs. O. E. Qucllmalz and Miss Ruth Matthews will leave lonlght for Tuscaloosn. Ala., where-, they will clo graduate work »t the University of Alabama for .six weeks. Mr. Qucllnialz and Fred Flceman will motor them to Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lcc Webb as Iheir dinner guests Thura- had Democratic Women Have a. Meeting Members of the Democralic Women's club were urged lo pay their poll taxes before June 15, In a meeting Friday, morning at the Hotel Noble. It was also voted to sell donkey pins to raise the quota assigned this group for: the national democratic committee. The chairman, Mrs. James B. Clark, -appointed Mrs.': Lloyd V. Wise • as hospitality chairman for (his month and Mrs. Bryant Slewart, finance chairman for the month. Miss Cora Lc« ColemnrUwill be hi charge of Hie nc.xt piogram. » • * FMclis Class Entertained The carnival ' Idea was carried outsat the-party Mrs. William Bcrryman had Friday night for the • Fidclis Sunday school class of the First Baptist chuich at her beauty 'shop. ''She., was assisted by , Mrs. Chester ;Nabers ; andi the em- ployes of the Jhop in arranging day night at Ihcir home near Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Green of Cfeccola. antl Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green. Billy Wilson, son of Mr. nnd Mr.s. Baker Wilson, has gone to Memphis to visit relatives. John Miles Miller, of 'Memphis' will spend the weekend wltti Mrs. Miller. , . . ^'Mr. and Mrs.'J, • A.' Pigg" and daughter, Evelyn Jean, of Osceola, have.been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green. Mr. and Mrs Pigs have already returned houie anci Evelyn Jean will go tomorrow. Steve Brooks Jr.. Jintmic and Ann Crook have gone lo Riplcy Tciui., to visit relatives. Miss' Allyce Nelson has gone to Oxford, Miss., In attend'summer j Counts and Arlelle Hook. Mrs. W. W. Prewltl. was hosles o two tables of bridge ye.stcrda,\ complimenting Mrs. Ann Craft r Holly Springs. Miss., who is tli of tier daughter. Mrs. J. 1 Driver. IIlRli score club prize, sil liosr-, was won by Mrs. Ed Qulu anil Mr.s. Crnll was given ham kerchiefs for a gift. Miss Emm Cox was ;tlso a guest. Mr.s. K. L. Richards has rcluri cd homo after four weeks in 11 Baptist liospiUil. Memphis. lor major oiHTnlirm. . Mrs. R, H. Cromer and Mrs. Jc school nt (he stale university. Cromcr their daughter Mrs. Ruth Crawford and children, Raymond Martin nnd Dorothy Dean. Mrs. Crawford's moth- tt. Mrs. W. S. Barber, of Holland „„.,., „,„, b ,.,., ,.„,.. .... , ,?;, D »'n°" Mcl.eod Irave high schools of northeast Arkan- Misses Virginia'and Marian, n in Nashville where the Miss Cicmer are the gwsls ot the cousin. Richard Cromcr. a stu dent, al Vanderbilt. for the fin dances and commencement acttv ties. They will return tomorro Mrs. F. A. White- vyns'hostess her bricino club yesterday aftc noon, club prize was awordc Mrs. o. E. Masscnglll and a gi was presented the honorcc, Mr Geonn Adams, of Little Rock. 'Hi: final meeting of the Wi Ham StiouK chapter. D. A. 1 wns a picnic at Grider park yc terdny afternoon at which' delcg tlcus from other chapters In A hnnsas and Tennessee were pre enl. Boys and girls from the MUST IIAI'TIST C1IUKCII •Walnut-mid Kighlh Alfred Carpenter, -Pastor 0:30 a. in., Sunday sehool. IO:;!Ti n. m., preaching service. fi::tt p. in., Baptist training un- l-S. r :30 p, in., preaching service. Monday morning, 8:00 o'clock cation Bible School. Wednesday night, 7:00 o'clock nchers 1 ceting. meeting. 7:30, .prayer lain maws Parents Will Share In Freddie's Wealtli ,.. _ f *^* £ s AH. ,j£ s- s s/ & ™\ !,,„ ^i. '"n'.t #/ >^ ^ .Aty;*. SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1930 "5 ' College Honors To Be Awarded to J. E. Hoover rho family fight which.has .raged for months ovci Ihe head of Froddie Bartholomew, 12-year-old Etig- isti lx>y who has risen to stardom in Hollywood, was settled yesterday. Freddie will be left in the usiocly of his aunt, Miss.Millccnt Mary Bartholomew, credited with- griding him In his rise lo fain - „ n pictures, with whom he Is pictured at, right. His 'mother, left, who came lo Hollywood from En- ™' l lrobl cms and make visitors to and with the announced determination of taking nim home with her, has accepted an agreement under *Mr?"H < V' f rf I "'; "°'" C '" S " C vlilcli:she ami his father will receive a share ol his earnings. He is reported to receive S1.5CO per week, former ScnSor SlScla*JJ r °V B ' £ CHESTER, Pa. <UP)~John Edgar Hoover, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, will be awarded the degree of Doctor of Laws June 9 at the ll'th annual commencement exercises of Pennsylvania Military College. Honored with Hoover will be Major Gen. Leon Cromer, chief of United Stales Cavalry, and Nornan E. McClure, 'head of the de- lailment of English at Ursimis Col- ege, according to an announcement by C3l. Frank K. Hyatt, P. M. C.'s ircsldent and commandant. Hoover will be accorded full nilltary honors when the degree s conlcrred upon him by Bishop •"Yancls M. Taitt. president of tilt- school's boiird of trustees. He will cad the academic procession and vill review I'ne cadet batiilllon. file head "G-man" will conduct mock, inspection of the annual ihuniii drill, eomedy fealure of P. M. C.'s commencement. General Cromcr, who was Gen. John J. I'ershins's quartermaster n (lie Philippines and Mexico, will be awarded the degree of Doctor of Military Science Toe degree originated in 1021- when the military colicge conferred it upon General Pcrs»ilng. and 1ms bccnf / awarded only lo Ihe highest oil!-' ' ? cers in the army. McClure will receive the degree of Dactor of Literature. He j s ° lu , aufnorily on Old English. Canada Appoints llustcss OTTAWA, Out, (UP)—The Canadian Government has appointed a "social hostess" to help members of Parliament solve tin LAKH STKKKT MKTHODIST CIIIIKOH Vcnion E. Cbnlfmit, I'a'jlor IMS a. in., church school. ' 10:SQ a. in., worship service irmon by pastor. I1M5 p. m.. young people's league 7:30 p. in., church service. Ser- nn subject "Redcumtloii." Services al Lone Oak, 3:00 ']> . .ne'xt Sunday. • •lltST MUTHODIST C1IUKCH Seventh and Main >V. V. Womack, I'astnr Church school, B:45 n. in. Morning worship, 10:55 a. m. he communion service will (ol- w a brief message by the pastor i "How.To Have a Revival." Leagues. MS p. ,,,. ,.l Evening worship, 1:30 p. ( m. The aslor will use :for : hls subject, Friendship." '. ; The Vacation Bible. School work or the second week will begin at :30 Monday morning. Board of Stewards will meet londay night at 1:30 o'clock. •eutcccst, Church ol God ot America, will be with us through next, Tuesday night. Services each riijht. The Rev. Mr. Llndblado' lias a natlon-wld: ministry and is a very able speaker. Ills spirit filled messages arc bringing coy. viction lo tho hearts of all who hear him. Don't fail to hear him while he is In our city. His subject tonight, "When the Fire Fell," He will conclude' his >«crlei cf services in our church with a two day : 'fellowship-meeting for Ihc Penlccostal people pf Blytheville anil vicinity. Three' services daily, Monday and Tuesday/ Back In U. S. With TOE.Secret known as assistant secretary ol the Scrgeant-at-Arms. FIRST CIIK1STIAN CHUKCH Carroll Cloyd, V.xslor Ulble sehool. OM5. I. O. Wesf- wcnk. sniicrinlcndent. Your elnss iiiccccds in proportion (o your loyally and interest. Morning worship, 10:50. Ser uou, "Looking Ahead." Evening worship, 8. Sermon. •Today's Church versus the Je- •I'salrm Church." Wednesday evening fl. Program if interest to church members es- icclally. Try to come. Sunday evening 7. Christian En- Icavnr. Our young iicople 'seeping Ihc service going iplcndld way. New plaiis will l,e llscussed Sunday nigh Ifor the iummcr work. arc CHURCH OF CHRIST Court Huuso Auditorium Blbtc .school, 10 a. m. Scroinu, H 'a. .111.: Evangelist J. Norris Taylor :will delivci'i.thc-sei- mon using .as his subject, "Tlie Resurrection" or "After Death, What?" There will be a class 'for cvciy igc: ;'. '•• •' \ . The public U cordially 'invited FIRST PKKSBYTF.KIAN CHURCH Stuarl II. Salmon, pastor Snulay school, 0:45 a.m. Church, 11 n.m. Rev. Rudolph Miller, of Memphis, will preach. : Young People meeting. G-.45 p.m. ' There will be no evening church service. I.UXOKA METHODIST CHURCH . .las. T. Itaiulle, Pastor ; Sunday School, 10 a. m., Mrs. Sue Brown, superintendent. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Young People's League, 7 p. in. Evening worship, 7:45 p. in. LUXORA BAPTIST CHURCH L. P. FEcnuuiug, 1'astor Sunday school, 9.50 a. m., J. M. Majors, superintendent. Morning worship, H a. m. B. T. U.'s. 1 p. m., Mrs. W. U Clark and Mrs. Louise McIIenry, counsellors. Evening worship, observance of Lord's Slipper, 8 p. m. The famous cross of snow in the Holy cross National Forest of Colorado, is formed by two snovv- fillcd crevasses on the side of the mountain. The eross is visible for President John Adams, and his son. President John Quincy Adams, both were born at Quincy, Mass., . both : lived Ihcre when elected, and both are buried that cllv. in been visiting f,i r . and MR. Fr a ,,ic Smith jr.. at Cape Gir.udcau and Mr. and Mrs. John Shole at Sikestcn. Mr.s. Smith Is a sister of Mrs. Crawford and Mr. Shoak> is a brother ot Mrs. McLeod. Tlr.-y have relumed home, eN'rept Dorothy Dean, who will remain at Cape Glrardeau for a longer slay. Miss Virginia Martin will go lo Fayetleville Monday where she is to Attend svnuner school at llw stpto- university. Mr. and Mrs. p. N. LuUrell, of SI. Lm-is, h'a\e relurind thcrc-af- tcr visiting here. They were accompanied by their daughter, ton- who won citizenship medals offered by Ihe chapter were also special guests. Mrs. Homer Sloan, of Marked Tree, who was recently elected state regent, was the principal guest. Mallcry Harwell, who Is a mcdi- cal studcM nt. Ti'lane University. NCR- Orleans, will arrive'home tonight for a week's visit with IrU parents. Dr. and Mrs. O. M. Harwell. He plans lo return In a Ic,v days for further summer work In a New Orleans hospital. CIHllUm 01- THE NAZAIIKNE Vine ami Scebiul Sts. Harmon Holt, Pastor Sunday school. 9:-l5 n. in. Emerson Evens, sup!. A children's day program will be. ponsorcd by Mrs. Eddie McGregor after Sunday school period. Morning worship, 11 n. m. Sermon topic: "Rcluni ot the Angels." N. Y. P. S. program, 7:30 p. n\. Mrs, .1. c. Criuer, president; Noble Mr.Cullnr. leader. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Singing by trained choir. Sermon topic: "Fools Make n Mock of Sin." Henry Hhylec's quartet will sing special numbers. Tlie church board will have ite regular mrctins Monday night. M'd-Week prayer meeting, Wednesday nicht. Sermon by the pastor. "Isaiah's Sanctmcallon." Special stnpiHjr class, trained by John Huley. Noble McCuller nud Henry RhyUv. Thursday night, i All are invitee! to these services. "'II. COSI'KI. CHUUOH Corner lily & vine Streets ''Mr Belln. 1'astor 0-Aa a.m. school. N. W. rrnnlham. Mipermlendciil. «\v ,T'•'•"" Cm "' cl1 llour - Subject. Vvccns" i>\ K CV Llndblade 2-M p.m., h ,, ccia i mccljng fo! . 7 P-in.. .If and Sr. P. Y. P A P.m.. Kvanecllsllc service, sub- The Ainajon river Is the wld- csl In Ihe world. jccl. the Unsaved Go Wednesday 2;3o p.m., P. W A mrcthifl. Jhe U ev . F . Liutiblanc of Kansas city, MO,, who is t | lc natlol ,. al secretarj- and treasurer of Ihc Its' ALWAYS COOL KKCAUSE IT'S AIH-COND1TIONED Knjoy Sunday DINNER IN OUR MAIN DINING ROOM , 75c 11 p Music, by (ill Wilson's Orchestra noon and evening. DANCE TONIGHT In Uic AJr-Oomlilioncri BLUK I{QOM MUSIC MY CI1. WILSON AND HIS OUCIIKSTRA I ADM. 7r)crKR COUPLE Courier News Classified Ads I'ay. I'UI.I, DEMCATfSSEN LINE Cheeses for all taste.s Cold Meats of any kind Fruit Juice & Ginger Ale FRESH YARD EGGS DAILY I'lCKAIUVS «K<>. & MEAT BIAKKET Phone 673 —We Deliver 104-1 Chickasawba nn M F:OGKA t-nuw BUSINESS & POLlTiCAL- .LI5TTERS A SPECIALTY Work neal, cheap & quick Veterans Service Work . , All Kinds I31ai4..Punns " Curtis J. Little: '-i r ' 'Hale Bldg. " •' HOT COFFEE SERVEII WIIKRE IT'S COOL Have your mid-morning cup in the AIR CONDITIONED Coffee Shop at HOTEL NOBLE The mystery ,tliat accompanied Charlie Chaplin antl Paillette Goct- dard on their trip to Ihc Orient, recently still lurks behind vhc smiles which they had for welcomers on their return to San Francisco. They were willing (o do anything for the cameramen who received them on shipboard, cv:n to giving their own version, of leg display, as is the ci"tom among arriving shcivfolk. But about their rumcrcd ir.arriage? Well . the <$j2f2Qinttneni Armorel Trailer Coach Co. A n novel, Arlt. HOTEL .NOBLE • Come in and see the new streamline Covered Wa^oa Auto Coaches now on display. Completely appointed — •mlh large Pullman berth oml fay bed to sleep four or six; perfectly equipped kitchen with ice box, enamel sink, pantry, cltina cabinet, cooking tov;, heatiug slove, etc.; spacious dining compartment. Ruggedly built for cross continent travel—• ideal for camping, hunting,' fishing und touring. Travel now for cost than staying at home. THREE MODELS All iior of 5785 model complete, rt^iii \Mih.itnrci, min and il») H bed, etc. A tutn mcr hone wilh every lii in^ ronxforl. "Travel by Covered. Wagon ;;. and Save!" FOR DISTINCTIVE UEAUTY SERVICE Call 10G MARGARET'S BK.UITV SHOP Ingram BIdg. U ll/E COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN! Saturday Only 'BUCK" IS BACK![ ' > R 0 C H £ I I E ^HUDSON ! iPAUl KELLY « I'; AlAN HAtE | ^ancTBUCK'. | Carlocn and Serial—"Hash Gordon" wilh Blister Crahbe Adm.—Malincc & Night—10 & 2 With Ic Tax —Continuous Showing— 5 Sunday - Monday THESE THREE Wilh ftliriam Hophins, Merle Obcron ;nitl Joel McCrca W<rc they the innocent rirlims cf ;v Mhisnrrin.ij eaiupaign?. . .ivick- cd ':crj'.ics «:i!;^cd...pDi K )iKrt minds festered. ..and Ibrcc (rrf. rculs K.-I.V and brave... slonil oii Ihc blink of ilisasler. IVraiiiourt \e«s ami Major Howes Amateur Tlicalrc of the Air Adm.— Malincft .t Ni-lii— 10 ,t 33c With Ic Tax — Continuous Showing _ TUESDAY, JUNK 9- '• S150.00 BANK NIGHT! ! !

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