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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 26, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE (AUK.) COURIER NUWS COCfttBR XEWS COMPLMlENTAhY TICKET This TiekM H'Ul Admit T. P. Florida and Companion —lo tnr— 'KfTZ THEATER —lo see— Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Circle One ot the Woman's Missionary Union ol the First Bap- list church 'meeting at 2:30 i>.m. with Mrs. Marion Williams; Circle Two with Mrs.' Murray Smart; Circle Three with Mis. Clarence KcUvyck; Circle Four with Mrs. Raymond Smith; Circle Five with Mrs. J. W. Meyer. Woman's Missionary Boclcly of First MctliGdisl church mAtin? Monday at church nt 2:30 o'clJck. Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian cliurcli having final program meeting of year at 2:30 p.m. nt church. , Woman's Missionary society o( the Lake Street Methodist church meeting at" 2:30 o'clock al, church. • WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. U. Mlnj-nM enlertainiha Wednesday Bridge Club. Yoilns Matron's club meeting Wlh Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mrs. E. M. Huffman entertaining the Ladies' Bible Study of the Church of Christ, THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. G. E. Keck cuterUlnlnj 'nitirsday contract club. llnirtday Afternoon club meeting \vlih Mrs. C. W. Garrigan. Jewish Ladies' Aid meeting in Temple Israel at 8:00 p.m. Altar Society of the cliui'ch of llie Immaculate conception sponsoring n bingo party at 8:00 o'clock at Catholic Hall with Mis. Walter Cox jr., aild Mrs. John P. Lenli "as hostesses. .FRIDAY'S EVENTS. Junior Woman's club meeting at club house. FLAPPER FANNY By Syl "Awright, plant things in yo m> hhlf. Bui when fishin 1 •starts, don't come trj.j,,' Lo trade ttdishtA for my worms." for students who participated . iu ' nccompany her home lomouw uf- tcrncon ' the affair and other friends. .iv.uuui Fifty couples attended the af-1 MSB „,„„„„ Mue <j* fair which was capcroncd by Dr.. Jmd as her guests for ih nnd Mis. L: L. Hubcner. , : "- • -• ~ ..... — • ..... a e oimrumllv Club House Among the out of town guests Thursday nigiu, p a , u.U'is, Ji,who aUcmec were Misses Jean |l n n Barry, Jlmnilc Smithwick and niln .Iniifv W(l Hn iii *• mi rwi «••«•• -,,,1, ~. . . __ _ • •••" and Jane Williams, or Driver. Ccmniittcc to at llnh'l ,^i r .. llll:> WLTK jus aun Plans for Ilio meeting of the Bunks ?r Meniphis i Yin-net /^(+l. I~\lr.lvinl TT !__.. il_«. _f _ . . . ' J ' Fromiscd Land Society SIccts V! o in c n Bmlcliii*; Forrest city District Federation of [ Women's clubs iicre April 5 ami C will be completed tomorrow afternoon when Mrs. o. L. Robinson, ot Earle, district, president, will mccl nifiuiuiiisi women 11111101113 mine, nisuict urcsmenu win meet -Their Own Comimmlties" was the with the convention committee subject of Ihe program Icrl by Mi-s.' members at HID Hotel Noble at A. W. Harris at the meethiT of the 2:30 o'clock. A. W. Harris at the meetinj "of the Woman's Missionary-.Society of Ilic Promised Land Met'hqdjst cliurch at the home of Kirs. J.'li. Hardiiii'., 'the spiritual life message was 1 itart by Mrs. J. W. While, Oilier I topics on Ihe program were given by Mrs. \V. W. Wall!, Mrs. Kur- dius, and Mrs Jarretl. A social hciir followed the pro- (rtam at which lirrie refreshments- mre served by Hie hostess. •. * # '" Stewards Have Buffet Supper Marjpi;ic C,'ro\vnecl -Miss Mnrjoric Warren, daughter of Mr. an<l Mrs. Ffe-d Warren, was crowned quaen of Vac annual ,Sc- Plans for concreting the base-1 " iov Memorial Follies at Ihc cil) merit and redecorating the T,ikc '"s' 1 school last night. Todd Harri- ..Strect Methodist church were mads I son ' President of this year's senior Thursday night when tl\c Board of | las -' i ' crowned her. Stewards and .their families met I ' rl11 ' identity of the nircen was at the church lor a buffet sujipei-. lloS revealed until the coronation A. S. Dean was |n charge of !he! lvllicl! was llle '«st number on a business meeting. Mrs. Tyrone Chosen President Mrs. Bob Tyrone was elected president of the Young Woman's .Missionary society of the First Clmrch of the Nazarene to succeed Mrs. Harold .Thompson, who recently moved to, Bethany, o'kla, at H meeting of this group Thursday night at the home of Mrs Georac Shambn. Miss Pearl Baker became a new member of this group)at the meeting which > was attended by Mrs. O. A. Dvjnavant, the sponsor, nine members and two visitors, Mrs. John Tyrone and Miss Ola Hoskins. ------ .. u ... i,,,. mini unujucr Tiinolhy following, an opening prayer by Mrs. Eddie McGregor Mrs. Dunavanl ako offered prayer During [he social hour which followed the business session, the IIOSICES served a desert course. Beauty Contestants Chosen Two Mississippi county girls and i«ro girh, «ho formerly Uved In Blythcville have been Earned a" wauty contestants at Arkansas btate college. Jojiesboro, n-liere they attend school, r-fe Neva Rae Hiidson, of Manila, Miss Kathrvn GUI, of Dili, and Miss Dixie Mack, now of Jcnesboro, were circled by the freshmen and Miss Lorraine s j c< ?S'. now of Jonesboro, was elected by tht sbphomotcs 16 be among he 21 girls who will participate in he beauty revue Tuesday night in the college auditorium. Pictures of the contestants have been sent lo Miss Helen Hayes *-|ID x appearing in Memphis Monday and Tuesday In the play "Victoria Ke?ina From these pictures, she 8irls wh » •*»' be . "' llcr stlcclloii will be public at the i-cvuc Postpone The boj. «-hl=h was schcd- . -= was sccd- 11 cc lor 7,50 o'clock Tuesday nlghl - the Osccola has been by VtlnmliA,.* Aid House alll -° lmccd Wave Dance i« Is spcuisotlng Uie affair • • program made up of two one-act. lilays ami a •number of choruses and specialties. The queen was ut- tciulcd by Miss Marian Tomnkins, Miss Sue Ramcy. Miss Winifred Crawford. Miss Martha Frances Stevens, Miss Virglc Mac Abbott. Miss Earlinc Damon. Miss SaVa Ev- rm-d and Miss Allriam Smith. Escorts for the attendants were: E. M. 'ttriy, Coleman Stevens, John Harp. Leon Stafford. Jack Owen . Alfred Mcredth. and Kobert Joiitr,. Modineer ,. Miss Warren has received many honors dimnij her four years in high school. She hits served as president of the Red Pepper club and was elected lo trie National Honor society (his year. In the recent, -' courteous" were upon her Sho was also chosen "Citizenship Rirl" by Ilir- local chapter of the Daughters of' Ihc Ameriran Revolution. Proceeds of the Follies were approximately $85. whirl) will go into the memorial fiuul. The class Ins not definitely decided on their memorial but it -RID be , :. ""• " »'" i»vimutv oi additional draperies for the audl torhim stage. Osceola Society —- Personal the Lt~ (['linn Hostess aitwright -- . „ ..... hc rtnnco at the Coimrumllv Club House Hill Porlpi', all of Mempliis. O. Harlsill Banks fmcl Mrs Hunks have ns (heir hoiiseguest, week his aunt, Mrs. UcUj Robert ck-.y D'flVer. son 6t Mr. liospllnl . wick. in Memphis, where he ail iipp^ndcctomy lust Ml£> Fniina Cox '.mo. her fnlher, ,'liram Cox, \vltcsc l-.cnie was destroyed by fire two weeks ago have rented the home of fvfrs Betty Nell Starr until their : new homo can be constn;6t«l. • : Ben Butler and sorts Hen 'r- aiid Gene, and Mrs. W. J. siicd:lan and daiiRhtcr, Billie Faiu, nccom- tnnicd n group of the younger tCi.-n nge t.i live rtalVce given liisi inght a> Pilisct park. Eafsv.t i .^llco W/. inns of Privet- Mr. nlirl Mrs. K. J. Hale III Mrs. Ida Tucker V.-cre in M >. :.;!liis Thursday to \lstt Slicrift Hale Jackson, who is a pAlient in t)-.e Willis Campbell Clinic ij r ten commercial soybean The Rev. and Mrs. 11. c. Morehead will leave Tuostlay morning for Sbrcveporl, In., for a visit, of several days with the limiily of their sen, DV. S. D. Moi-chead. O. Hnrlsill H.iliks will drive 'to Joiicfiboi-o IciHorrow where lie \vill siieak at 3:30 over radio station KBTM on production. Scout News Boys — Girls Miller was clioscn scoutmaster of the new Boy Scout Iroop 3D being organized here al a m'cet- hig last, ulghl of Ilic troon c-minlt- lee vvlilch is made up of Ncill Ueed Harvey Morris. Jack Finlcy Robinson and J. Wilson Henry. The [fcv H. Lynn Wade will acl as executive head of the sponsorhw com- mlltcc «f this Ircop. , The first nlectin» of this Iroop will bo Tuesday niglil at 7:03 o'clock »V the First Methodist clmrch. All toys . are interested in sront work are InvUed lo altcnrt Mil meeting.* At the Hospitah James Edwards was taken lo the EKthcville hospiUi! in a Holt ambulance this morning, where -in cmo-gcncy opcvalion for appctidt- citis wfls pfrformcd. | Tlic condition of Mrs. !f. L. Ha | sell, who is critically ill »•*• t-r today. ---•"=•- [•".^11,. -Ji tin.. fcWU table club. High score was made by Mrs. Jot: Crcmor. Mrs. u c Biyan and Mrs. J. L. Driver were lite Kov. anil Mrs. .E. ;,. cole were Mcinphls visitors Kii(lax- Mrs. W. U. nycss has itniriicil home after several weeks nx-nl in Baptist hbSiiitai in j jivi.^,, ~.— 1 .. t ,.-i, HUVTJJIHII in nl(*nij)lll5 on IndTi- fcl.lowiiig n major operatton Her —•' '-' sci*. Billlc Dyess, and N. «. cart- wi-ight, «ho ane students in st John's MHUavy Academy it Dela- neld, Wls., arc B-peridine the spring "•""-"••-.'•ere. They will leave for pninrtnth»r»,"('r """-. <v '" 1 '"' Jomz Mls ^»hie Itobinson of M-m- !!«• program at the high schoo! phk, ^11 com^up tTnlght and" al- tonsilcctomy Ibis morning nl the Blylheville hospital. Mi.w Evelyn Phillips was removed from the Ulylhcvillc hospital to her home a(. Varbro yc.<stcr.1ny iu a Cobb ambulance. Mrs. Maurtic Bradford was removed from the Blyllicville hospital lo her home yesterday In a Holt alnbiilaiice. "Waller Williamson, .of Senath, was dismissed from the Blylheville hospital, j-cslerday. Marvin Townsend was admitted lo Uie Blythcville hotpiial yesterday. Orovcr Goldman jr.. of Keiser, is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Nesebe Jolms is a patient at tlic Memphis Baptist hospiul. J. O. smith has been admitted to the Memphis Baptist hospital. Bits of News Mostly Pertonl HES Mrs. C. L. Daniels, Mr, and Mr*. W. \\. Uenry, of Corning, Ark., and tlicjr daughter, Mrs. Tommy Rahul, of Boulder, Colo,, were the guests of Mrs. Daniels' sister, Mrs. T: J. Crowder, and family yesterday. Mrs. Earnest J. Roberta, ot Yazoo City, Miss., Is the gubtt ot her parcnUi, Mr. and Mrs. E. a. Woodard. She plalis to be liere for two or three \vccks. Mrs. N. fj. Wenard and son, Don returned yesterday frcm Monfoe' La., where they hav6 been visltlni Mrs. Menard's in6Uier, Mrs. Hale Mrs. Jollh F. Utttl. Mrs. \V. tt Olcvei, and Mrs. G. H. Great spciil yesterday ih Memphis. Hflss Elizabeth Abraham, who attends a business college in Mein- phls. Is spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mis. c Abraham. Miss Elizabeth Buniettc, Miss Marilyn fcurnetlc, and Miss Jessa- Jyli Blomcyer ore the guests of Miss mvi'rnnc Flynn of Olive. Branch, Miss., for the weekend. Gay GarriBun. daughter of Mr and Mrs. c. \V. Gavrlgan, is m from measles at her home. H. Hlghilll Ls spending the week end hi Hot Springs. • Miss Dorothy Tankcrslcy, who is n student at Arkansas state collage in Jciicsboro, is spending the week curt .with her parent's, Mr. mid Mrs S. J. Tankerslcy. , Kir. and Mrs. Loy Welch went to Hazlehurst, Miss., today for a 10 days' visit,- with Mr. Welch's relative. 1 ;. Mr. and Mrs. Whit Goo:lfqan ar.d daughter, Lee, cf Memphis have returned to their home after having I-BCII the guests ot Mrs. Goodman's parents, Dr. and Mis',' F. D. Smith, for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Thud Nico! arc spending the week end In Little Rock \vilh Airs. Nicol's parents, Mr and Mrs. G. W. Kendricks. Miss Frances Mctjnliey, who '»£ lends Arkansas Stntc College at Jcnosborc-, Is spending the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John c. McHancy, and family. v: Mr. mid Mrs. A. G. Little arc expected' to return tomorrow from a visit iti points of Virginia and South Carolina. *.: ••Mrs.'.Farmer Engltmd is syjendlni the n-eckcnd at Arkadclphin,' Ark I as guest of relatives. She went to Uttlc Rock with Mr. and Mrs Thad Nicol. Berry B. Brooks, of Memphis, arrived last night lo lie the guest of Mrs. Allan Walton for the week end. Mrs. Brooks and itaiiKh- fcr, Virginia, who have visited Mrs. Brooks' mother, Mrs. Walton, for the ywst. WC ck, will ai>- .tompnn.v him home tomorrow. Mrs. J, Nick Thomas mid Mrs. Louise Chapman went to Memphis yesterday to spend a Ic\v days. I'lI.UKlM I.UTUKKAN CHUHCll Sixth and v Walnut Streets H. J. Kliendlehsl, pastor Sunday school 0:00 a.m. Mcrnlng worship 10:00 a.m. Sermon thcine: "How the Son of Man Is Glorified." 'Ihc Lutheran Hour 'J:30 p.m. over 6'3 stattohs. Try KLCtf. Lclilcl) medltallons over KLCN Wednesday 3:30 p.m. Topic of address: "OVGivslImftllhg prfpular Opinion." Midweek Lenten services Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Subject, of sermon: "Tile Fifth Word: 'I Thirst', 1 ' fcMiulay school teachers inecl after this service. We invite yon to hear, the messages of the crucified Christ each Sunday ami Wednesday during Lent. L. L. Hubcner w|ll give the Aldcrs- :ate play entitled "The Warm leart." The last time these young )eople presented B play they de- ElUed a large audience. The board of Stewards arc called to meet, Monday night at 1:30 o'clock, The Wolnbn's Missionary society will meet Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock al the church. Prayer and fellowship meeting Wednesday night at 1:30 o'clock. Presbyterian Groups Meet Here Tomorrow Vcung ]>ccplc of the Presbyterian cliuichcs of .fonesboro. Kennel I Ciiriilhcrsville, I'aragoiild. Osccola' Bassctt, and Blylheville Will meet for a rally at the First Prcsbytcron church here tomorrow night when Miss Irene Hopn Hudson, field secretary of Christian education and ministerial relief «i!h hcadcpiartcrs in Louisville. Ky.. will lie the in- sprallonal sjieakcr. • The entire group will meet to- SCthcr in the church basement al fi:C3 oclock for supper and a brief period of fellowship. The main service, which will bo held upstairs begins at 1:30 o'clock. Rev. Salmon To Speak At West Memphis Church The Rev. 5. 11. Salmon will be a gtiosl speaker at Ihc cv.-mgeli.slic meeting al (lie new Prcsbyterhin church In West Memphis tomorrow night, Tliis service is part of ,an it day revival being conducted In- Dr. W. Moore Scott, evangelist of Little Uock. and the Rev. .Inij.m B. Orccn, singer, from Walnut Ridge. 'Me Hcv. Mr. Salmon nill lie accomiKinic-d to WMl Memphis by I Mrs. Salmon. Mrs. Charles Bright and Mrs. F. 13. Joyner. Mrs. Salmon and Mi-s. Bright win appear as soloists on the program, with Mrs. Jovncr as SMN1 STEMIKN S KIMSCJOI'Al, CHI/RCH C. C. burke, hector j\folherlng Sunday Holy Communion 11:00 a.m. "Watch, Pray, alul Past." vnuncu Main at Siiih Oco. W. Patterson, Minister . 9:45 a.m. IJihlc school, w. O. Cir-iirln, snperlntcndcnl. 11:00 a.m. worship, communion and preaching. "Towering O'er the Wrecks of Time" will be the pas- lor's sermon tlicme. 0:30 p.m., Youth Council meeting at (he church. 1:30 p.ln. Worship and preaching. "Man's Best Gift to God" wlil IK Ihb sermon Itienie. Wednesday. 1:3<1 p.m. singing nnd fellowship — one hour — nt Christian Hnll. come on time and be dismissed on time. The public is most cordially Invited. Strangers In our city especially invlted./We'll try to make ;ou glad that you came our way. We want to lie known as n "friendly church." Remember! Our mcctino begins April 3rd. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF 001) CHURCH Seventh anil Ash Streets 9:45 a.m. SuiVday school 11:00 a.m. litirnlng worship 4:30 p.m. Jail service 5:M; Junior Christ Amb.issa- dor class 6:20 p.m. Senior Christ Ambassador class 1:45 p.m. Evangelistic service The public is invited to attend .these services. 'Iherc has been a revival goin» on for the past two weeks with tlic Rev. Alvin Merrill of Harrison. Ark,, .conducting, the services. Everyone is invtlcrt to come and hear him. ••••... V. FJIIST BAPTIST CHURCH Kight and Walnut Alfred Carpenter, Pastor 9:30 a. in. Sunday school. 10:40 a. m. Morning worship. Miisic—"Fear -Not, O Israel"—choir. Offertory solo, Miss Dolores Psai- fttonrls. Sermon—" One Thing All .Christians Can Do"—pastor. fi.'M p. in. Training unions. 1:30 p. m. Evening worship. Mn- sic—"Lead Me Home." Ecrmon— "Life's Supreme Disappointment"— pastor. All-church night, Wednesday. I'M p. m. Departmental meetings. 7:30 n. m. Mid-week service. 8:30 p. m. .Choir rehearsal. GOSPEI, TABERNACLE; Corhel- of Lilly and Vine Slrcets Sunday school 0:45 a. m. A class for all, where the old time Bible is taught. Beginning Sunday a yrcal faith ciiling revival conducted by the Rev. and. Mrs. E. W. Crozicr. All are welcome. Bring your sick i Tuesday and Friday nights. niere will l;e meetings every nigiu, MUST 1'HKSBV'f'ERIAN CHURCH S. H. Salmon, rinsfor Sunday church school, 9:45 a.m. Mcriiinj worship, 11:00 a.m. .Sermon topic. "What jcsus Meant". Anthem, "Who Shall stand in His Holy place?", Wilson. Young People's rally. 6:00 p.m. Miss Irene Hope Hudson, field secretary of Christian education and ministerial relief with headquarters In Lonlsvllc, Ky., wll lie Ihc speaker. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES 70S H'. Main "Reality" is th.e .subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will lie re-ad Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, March 27, 1938. The aoldeii Text is "They Hint trust in the Lord shall lie .as mount Zion, wlilcli caimnl ]>e removed, lint abideth for ever." Psalms fas-.l] Among the citations which comprise the Lesson -Sermon is the' following from the Bible: "And lie answered, Pear not: for they that DC with us are more than they that be with them." II Kings 0:18. 'Hie Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures", by Mary BakcrEddy: v "Ood is Infinite, therefore ever present, and there is no other power or. presence." Page 411. A Christian Science program is broadcast each Wed. at U'15 a m over KLCN. FIRST CHURCH OF TilE—' iVAZARENK i^uplia i>. Bcaslcy, pastor S:*5 a, m. Sunday school. Noble McCullar. siiiicrinlcndenU U :00 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon subject, "Goiiig to Heaven lit Any Cost," . . • * ''15 p. m. N. Y. p. s. 7:45 p. m. Evening service. Sermon sitbjccl, "Facts Concerning Sin.'' • . FJK8T i«KT*IOUIST CliC/Kt'H H. Lynn Wartc, Pastitr Simdny scliool bcginni,i n at n:45 >i. m. s. K. Oarrelt, superintendent. Preaching service at H):53 a. m. broadcast over KLCN. The pastor will bring nn evangelistic mcssa*>e. At the evening hour the youiiu people under Ihe direction of Mr.v 21 ho snowy owl is 1,1.,,-ic whr]1 ; yotmg. Owls Hint are si'rtikled and barred at maturity usually begin life In sTiow-whito mats. An astronomical rtwrvatorv lin-; Wen tttlll ftt Saft S j,,badcn abom 10 miles from Sloi-Wiolm. Sweden. 21 HOUR FRIGIDAIRK SERVICE Only Authorized Servke In Mississippi County Commercial or ~ ''Phone 67 E, 3. Gee Sales Co. K. B. Ore, Mgr. 109 s. Stcoud St. AGAIN TIUS Y.BAR WK WILL BE HEADQUARTERS FOR AUTO SKAT COVKRS * MOW 1-ATTKKNS * i\K\V STYLUS •A- NKW I'RICKS To make room for nnr new "'•"<* of «al fTHTrs we :<r« closinj; mil oMr presfnl itork a' below tost imccs. COMt* IX TODAY. . SAVE 5«% IVlHlE THEY LAST. TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. 301 Walnut phone, SATURDAY, MARCH;2<V 1988' 4-H Cluhs Compete Today For Awards For Best P Jays Despite tlic heavy rains this morning throughout the northern district of Mississippi, 14 of the 15 Boys and Girls 4-H clubs entered in the second annual play lom-namo-it, registered al Yarbro tooay. The Ekron group was the only one which was unable to nil its engagement. The morning session opened at 8:30 o'clock with 250 present. The Half Moon group presejitcd "Who's Crazy Now?" for the first play, others on tile morning program were: New Liberty, with "Educatin' Mary"; fiufTman, with "Orville's Bie Dale"; Boynton, with "Moon SigiiE'; Brown, with "Susie's nebut", and GosneJJ, wllli "Tlic Catalogue." The afternoon session began at one o'clock. Ynrbro presented Whose Cruise?" for tlic first number. Others to be given were: Armorel, with "The Roar of a Twist"' Forty and Eight, with "AH Baba and the/Dirty Thieves" (original) • Siiarty Drove, with "Snow White White" (original adaptatlonl; Recce, with "Jumbo Jinn"; Promised Land, with "Swamp Spirit"; Biackwatcr. with "Now Don't Laugh", and Lost Cane, with "That Rascal Pat." The three best plays from this group will be presented again at ilic finals tonight, which will begin at 7:30 o'clock. Several niem- Bers of the Blyheville Little Tile ater will judge for the first second and third awards. Trophies will be presented the winning clubs and for the best individual iwr- fonnance. Everything for your enlei* Uinment and comfort. Admission Matinee lOe & 26« Admission Might 16c * 36o TEMi'LE ISKAKL Herman Pollatk, Rabbi Religious school classes and services will be held in Kcriiictt, Mo., at the Masonic Lodje Hall at 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. respectively. Theme or the sermon: "Frankenstein Monster of Today," A cordial invitation is extended to nil. To Hold Play Tourney At Dyess Next Friday DYESS. Ark.3^~ . Dms Comi . cil or 4-H clubs, Harold Humble PrcEklei't, will be host to the South Mississippi. 4-11 club pl*j tournament, to be held Friday, April i HI the community building Eleven Plays will be entered; Dyess having lour, ih c j udecs W1H plck the Uvo best plays, which will then be rehearsed again and presented that evening. The club receiving. First place will be presented 'with a silver loving cup. - •'.'* Miss Jimmic Bass is'coach of the Center 4-H cliib players. Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests SATURDAY Cat loon & new serial "Secrets of Treasure Island." Continuous showing. Admission till 5 p.m.. 10r & '?Uc Adrabfion after 5 p.m. Ific & 36c Sunday - Monday 'Money's Worth" Study JPJaniied By Local Club "What We 'Ocl For''Our Money 1 "'' vviil be- the subject of (lie <lisc\is- sion nt the meeting of the Business and professional Woman's club Monday night. 7:30 o'clock, at the Hotel 'Ncblo. This program is one in a scries which deals with "Our 'town's Business". Miss Marie Harnish is leader of the program. Meats and Groceries At A Savings Shop and Save Here We pay Highest Prices on Poultry al all Times. GAINES MKT. 118 W. Main St. riionc 'M 666 • Liquid- Tablets Salve-Nose SALVE for COLDS Drops 'Oe 288- SIMPSON'S STATE LINE TAVEHN Highway Gl Arkansas-AIissvuri Stalf: Line Sunday, March 27, ISM Merchant's Plate KK Choice of Meats: Baktd Chicken & Dressing Brcacieci Pork Cho)>s Swiss Steak Lamb Chops on Toast Choice of Vegetables: Creamed Potatoes , -Whole Kernel corn tircen Beans—German Style Choice of Salad: Sliced Tomatoes, Ovangj Salad Combination Salad Choice of Dosscrt,- Ho Made Pics. Ic? Crcom Fruit Jello with Nuts Coffee Ten Milk Hot Rolls Butter "H's WONDERFUL ... simply MARVELOUS!" -TROUBLE -MONEY SEND YOUR CLOTHES TO THE LAUNDRY Il's Ihc easiest and most satisfao- . lovy thing to do. Our scientific methods mean that your clothes will be rotiii'iictl s])0tiessly v clean and perfectly finished. You .save money because professional foundering saves clothes! • BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY PHONE 327 0( Paramount Ne« s A Comcrty. Continuous showing Sunday Admission. Sunday Matinrt and JViBtit 16c & .**6 C Aclmissicn Man. Matinee 10c A 2(!r. Admission Mon. Nighl 16c & WK ROXY Admission always lOc & 26c. Matinees Saturiay & Sunday Only Friday - Saturday Code of the Rangers with Tim McCoy, U c \ Lease anrl Judiiri Ford Tim starts his own private war! lie's wearing a Rangrr badge now • . . anrt that means gun-trouble for desperadoes' Vso cartoon &-serial "Tim Tyler's ,«•*.•* tpntiniMus showing Salur- day. Sunday - Monday WAYNE MORRIS PRISCILLA LANE •tm Win UM. nwn* WtcM r,ftyUEin. 4 »« Ctt-rcnlt flinty ind S'O'tl i - Ifl

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