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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 22, 1939
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, PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE,(ARK.) .COURIER NEWS COUKIFK NEVyS 1'ICKtr ' Tills ,Tjckfl ill Admt F. B 'Jo^fjcr S- Cfli Bbihciijlc -io'lljc- ' BITZ THKAlFlt i —to we— "Jnrjlaligij jo l{apf>i(iesi" FLAPPER FANNY —-COPR.IWBYXCAetBWC. INC, 7.M.«C.U.'$. pfil, Ofr- Social Calendar MONDAYS EVENTS Circle One, Woman's Missl-imrj Union, First Baptist church meeting 2 30 p'clocX. >l|0t Mr? Kemtell Berry; Cifcie T|i(), Mis C p flires, Cirelj; Three, Mrs 'led King Circle Fo\lf, at church. Circle File, at church, Circle SK, Mrs Charles New comb Wpman's Auxiliary, First 1'rcs- bjlcrlan church, mcclin, three o'clock at cl\unh Fenian's Mlsslonar> socleh.Lake Street Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock .it church TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. W. Shaycr entertaining TUcjday Contract club. Order of Eistern 'Slat having stated meeting 7 30 o'clock sit Hall WKDNESDAY'3 EVENTS Mrs James B. Clark entertaining Town and Country chib. ADC Club meeting \\M\\ Miss Mildred Lou JJubbard THURSDAY'S EVENTS Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard, entertaining her bridge club Mr smd Mrs J J Brjsnt and Mr. and Mrs T H Chapman entertaining Club Inrarmnl at nine o clock at Woman's Club ' Mrs:: O.; W. MeCutchcu entertaining Thursday Contract club, '- FRIDAY'S' EVENTS Mrs Hupert Cmftan entertaining her bridge club Cotillion club having informal dancing party, nine o'clock, American Legion Hut Bachelors! Club Has 'Dancing 1 Part) ' Thnty Iw'o coupies attended the dancing party gi\en ln*-,t night al the'-Amcrlcan Leghn Ilul b} members of the BachelPis' club Music lor the Intorma,! nllair was provided b> nickelodeon Van Ll- Hott o,nd Leo LliHzcmch Jr made up the committee In charge ct ar- ran^emeiits tcr the alfnh Among the out of town guests present at the affair were Miss Charlotte Gee of Fauna, Mo hc^useguest cf Mr and Mrs E\crett B dee, Miss EJna Ayres of Osce- cla, and Miss Margaret Myrlck and Mhs Hetlle Lois Randolpli, both 01 Haytl S. gamcs Coxeis fm the small Inblcs ,vnen rcfioshmeiits weic scived sere also in lh,e Uo cclors ' I Mis W D Wood received high' : coic piize In (lie biidgo gnmes Tlie guest, of honor was also pic- 1 iciilcd n gift, hosiery. ' After 1 bridge,. "Die eight guests played crcmiet. Robert Tharpes Of Holly Grove Married" 50 . In' connection wilh a project being earned out In the Woman s Missionary soclelj ol the I.nke Sheet Methodist thurcli, Mrs George Shanks, Mrs A M VanWinkle and Mrs Daisy Marler en teriamed with a silver tea Thurs day afternoon nt the VanWlnkle home; Eighteen guests were eiilcrtalncl at the affah Mrs r M Sweet directed the games which wire pl.ij ed Arrangements of summer flowers decorated (he enteifaimtig rooms The. hostesses; served iced' drinks with cakes * * * Ate Giicsls of Hub Miss Ruth Bufl and her hoii e- guest, Mrs W M Robinson of St Louis, and Miss Muj Ilosenthal ol Faragoulij, housegucsl ol Mi and Mrs Nathan Wclnberg of OM.C- ola, played cards at the home o! Mrs Louis Applebaum jcslcrdiy afternoon when she entertained members of her club. Mrs. Wcinberg was a tea guest. •Refreshments' were served nt the conclusion of the bridge games played on the porch. High score prize went to Mis? Butt, and second hirh score prize to Mrs'. J. P. Holland. The hostess presented Miss Kosenlhnl with a gift » * • New Bridge Club OrjamtH Thursdii Miss Jane Brars<-n was he k.> to the fir t meeting of the hitd»e club recentl/ organized b\ mini bets cf the younger married set end the college group Sh" eiit r t a hied Thursdai afternoon at liei home. Besides Miss Branson. memb°n of the group ire MU Mars Sp-iiti Usrev. Mrs. John' Thomas Scan- Ion Mi's Martha Ann Ljnch Ml Virgmh Maitm daughter of Mr and Mrs Tom F Martin Jin Al bert 1C Taylor Miss Patt> &ha«" lur-s Mildred L'u Himbard -UK Mr Mir y Eii,.abeiU Borurn Cue Is at tl o parl7 tx id •, th" member «ere Mu 3 Maunnc iinn sen and wUSo, Virginia M?itn d/mrhtet 1 of Di oud l& S P Martin Refreshments were strved at th( coriclij Ion of the brid*e game lr rhlch ! !)<« lynch v as high s o er, and Miss Mauriiie Bransa second high ' * : •• .'• » Have Play Tarty A play party was gwsn ye l^td afternoon by firs John F Retn- mllier and Mr Richard Dicktas i in coirpilnent tc- Miss 'Mary n<z\ beth Pace of Part Atk , houa°»ucs oJ Dr and Mrs L L !n«>ner The affaii v.a<i gucn il Mrs Pelnmi'ier liomi vlilcli «a p > iI«Y Orated »ltli I)i)ii(iue5 of gladiol phl-x lu wlikh B pjnk di i t I ,i The pink and. grwn wlicnn* ttho carried o\it in the brni lies and score pads while glass\yare nas uwd In servln "J guess all gootf tilings have tp end, (nit maybe \\c can go on it uprain on our honevmnnn " , gam cm ouv honeymopn "~~ Newest Siqr loday is the lltllelh \veddlng an ihersaiy of Mr and Mrs, Robert lhaipe ot Holly C,rc\c, Ark, who are 'visiting their sou, Franklin Tiiwpc, und A[rs Tliarpo, and daughter, Mrs c, W Smith, and Mr. Smith here. Although an anniversary dinner l! be ghcn for them today, the (rue celebration ulll be held at the 'Iharpat h me tit 131G West Ash sticetlomoraH i\Jicn sll Jl\e of the children niid iMIi fninlllei are cvpcctcd to lie here Iji adui- Uon, a few of Iheir rrlcnd'; will drop in to wish them 'Many mppy returns" Besides, Mr niaipe and Mrs Smith cf here, their children are Benjamin . 'Thnrpo of Jonesbbrb, S'cwton Thnrvic of Trutimtiii, George haip9 nt Holh,\e They \mc ernn'dcliirdren. Although he's' 72 «in( she's 01 vears cf ngc, they remember tliclr vcddlng as If it were jcstcrdaj She wus Miss Ella Hamilton and they were marrjcil nt. ilie home of liei fnther, IV iu Hnniilton, it llrlenn The Jicv B K Jjlvinncr, of luinci performed the tcicnioiii All cf their married life lias been -pent in Phillips county where Mr. Ih.irpc engaged m fanning Since heir "courtship" ; days when the Krsc ran away with them white hey were riding in u buggy (thalj vas one of the most exciting Ilihigs Imt has' happened to them), they iaye led a miict lite at their ionic \vorking in their church and :n tlielr (arm. W. J. Pp.llnjd ;| S §Re|i(ilng tlic weekend li» Mopmjils.. • Mrs. J. A/Qrr', ajid son, Jpp cf College station, T^,, aff -Bppndlnp a wccfi l|erc \vl(h ^ fs . Orr's pnr- cnls, Mr. nnd, Mrs. f^. I. Haley and family and,. Mr. Orr's molher, Mr.s. W. P. Orr, mi(| fanilly/Tlicy Joined Mrs. oil's daiiglKcr, Patricia, who lias beejj visiting her grandpafciits here for a mo'iilli'. ' ' . *"' The Rev. and Mrs, E. B. Williams niid fninlly Hill leave Tuesday af- Icrnoiii .for Mount Sequoia- near Kfiyctlcvtlle where the -Westeiii Mctliodist A.sserabjy grpuuds me located..' Tlicy will spend Ifi 'dnys ill the grounds where a crimp, r'ccreji- U:nftl and educational program is carried on. 'llic lief. : and Mrs. Williams will attend the leadership Uainlng school, while the children will take part in the recrcji- llonal program. Mr. and Ulrs. R. L. Sanders und son, Rov^l, and daughter, Uernice and n M Mood) wUI leave Mon da- Lr a month's vacation In the West The\ plan lo ilslt relatives In Los Angeles and f orrence, Calif and In Macy Arii as well as \lsil othei interestine sites of the west ern slates Mr Tiie Louis Spann family, of Luxorn, had a family reunion Sunday in honor of the birthday of Mr. Spann's fnlhcr, J. W. Spann. Scaled arc Louis Spann, J. w. Sjpnmi with Ihe cake, and Mrs. Louli Spann holding her granddaughter, (Jiadys Lee Cox ol Bobp, Miss. Standing are n. L. Cox of Bobo. Mrs. Co.x, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Sparin, Bliss Yancey of Hughi-s, &*"'Mr s - Yancey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Spaim. R. o. Kberdt of Baton Rouge, La., Mrs. Eberdt, Jnughter of Sir. and Mrs. Spann, and Marvin Cox ol Luxora, son of Mrs. Cox. " Mrs Samuel r Morris BiencH Jojce was just a llollj- vvoori co ed thiec months ago with blond hail, nice features, .incl lots, of personality. Now she's a star, but she slill lakes' good actuce fioni her collegialc bos -friend. Ordination Service Planned At Luxorq . i, Ark., .illy 22.—An ordination service will be held al the Luxora Bnptlst church Sunday afternoon, July 23, al' 2:30 o'clock iu which time P. O. Anders will he ordained to Ihc full'work of Ihc ministry the church^ with the Rev. L. P. Hemming paslor, will carry cut the following program assisted by three ministers of Manila! Ark.: Tlic R ? v. \\. H. Horn will^preach the ordination scrmcn; the 1 . Rev. A. C. Butler will deliver'the Bible; (ho Rev. K A: Whltlcy.will deliver (T . ^ . "iq «ev. K A. Whltlcy will deliver It ensure III tarlhcn Hie Charge to the csnd'ld«tc; the Vessels" DKon's Topic 'The Treasure in Earthen Vns- 1 will b- the Miblcct used to- ighl by EvaiiKelist 11. A.' Dlxpn t Springfield. Mo., who' is con- inulng the eviingcllslic lueetln;; •inch began al the Chinch of ,'lirUt Tuesday night. Denton M. 'tat local ml lister, is directing! he congregational singing,' Clhcr' subjects to be discussed! y Mr. Dixon over the wesUend .re "Chiistlan Recrrstlcn"";il the .unday morning service and "Ood's over to Rave" at the Sunday Dlght service. The meeting will continue hrcujhout next week, with Hev. L. P. Flemmlng ivill qiiesticn the candidate, nnd ,!. M. Majors, dracoii, will deliver the Charge lo the' Church. ' The laying on or hands' will be done i>y tlie prcsbytory, ufciirtns from the Osceola IJaptist church will be present. : Denionstration Club News Notes and daughter, Rcen and Mrs '\ J Pollard left tpda> for th'e Gull coast where thc\ will spend their mention Tlicy will headquailer al Blloxl Miss,, and will also \Isit, In Mobile nnd New Orleans while Mr and Mrs 1 J Hal? of Ellzabethfaun, Tenn, spent Tues daj night here as they \vere en ionic to Memphis lo attend a phar jnaceullcal"ccrivenUon ' b'e'lng held In Memphis Th<jj «ere the guesls cf Mr, Hale's! brother, E/L.Hale, and famlh Miss lorene Widncr of lorlage Ills, has been (he guest of Mrs James! OH!,' Miss Helerier 'jarratt and Miss Atbahe!' Whitwofth for the pnst week. Miss Dorothj Priest t f Cape Oi •urdenu Is Ihe weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Potter prid Bob Toler Miss Priest nnd Mr foler iro spending totyy In Memphis here the\ will attend a dancing party tonight. Charles Crlgger. , m returned home last night ir:m Campbells clinic whet? he had been plat«d in. a cast from his'.shoulders upl Charles Criggcr Jr. motored down for his son and Mrs. Crlgger who had been 'with him. Miss Edna Lee i'ord resumed -hur^daj fruii a ilsit m Memphis She was accompanied home by lier cousin, Miss Virginia Wyatt,' who Will spend two weeks hero. . •' Miss Mnry Emily Wilson left this moniiiij for luka, Mi».,where she will visit rclalives. .'{'.' Mrs. T. K. Mahari.'who has been n Memphis with Mrs.'f. J. Mahati at the Campbell's clinic, returned home last night. Dr. T. K. Maiian mctoreri don-ii'fcr her. - : Mr, and Mrs. Tom Mabry and son,'Tommy, and Mr." and ' Mrs.' John Hriiicock and sons will go to Atannnoth 'Spring's tonight lo spend tlie ivccfceiid. ' "' Senator Ivy V[. Crowfcrri, of Little Rock, is spending the weekend licrc lyllli Mrs. Craivfcrd aijd fani Airs. Leslie lloopcr,' Miss Lois Hooper. 'Mrs. L. L. Hubciier and her houscguesl, Miss 'Mary' Kliza'- beth Pace of Paris. Ark., 'ami Miss Jil,argnret Shaver were in Memphis last night (;r the MOAT prodilc- t,ion cl "Roberta." They w.erc Accompanied by Mrs. Donald Wcrlz, of Osceola. ' J:hn R llcinmillcr Is expected to • return loday from Cairo, HI., where he has been attending to business for two days. ' Miss Lillian Shaver nrd Miss CaroJInc llalcy, of Maniia. came lo- day b spend the weekend here. Miss Shaver is the guest of her brcthcr, \v. w. shaver, and fani- lly, and Miss Haley Is visiting her parents. Mr, and Mrs. A. c. Haley. Miss Ann nagnn of Rldglcy. Tenn.'! Is spending 10 days here with Mis; Gloria M,irlin. Miss Martin, who had been visiting In Hidgley. and The Rocky Home Demonstration .»....3,.«, u> , nuAi wuch. wiui bu,-| Lne Moct . y Ilolnc Dsmonstratton ices each nl ? ht at the building Club met Tuesday at the homo'ot n Wot Main streU B . Highway . Mrs. Emmj Rogers for a- pollucfc ° ' "at eight At TKe Hospitali Walls Hospital Lee IHnom D°°iiiig admitted. Mrs J A Lloyd city admitted. Lou ei la McKinney ntendshlD dmltted nlylheviUe HospHil Ata'thi La"ib°ft cltj aduiltted. - E!ll\ Jo Oean city dlsinissed. Btemi'bis BautUt Hospital : Mrs M^mle ^t^['\, AUiw, admitted. K Jl (ranfoul noil admitted. Oracle Ooklpn. tboeota, niltnlllrj. Mfiuii'n lirtlDilist II»nlljl Ml' i 1' Nnl n ul\ niiiiiiltp;!. Mi UI^IILS M liM|il>s )i»^|iiinl Mis R PpiiuLiilci nixoin, admitted. L-e" Hluath, Dyess, a'dmUtcd. Itha Carml Club and three from Ihe Lejchvllle Club. After the club meeting, .inciud ing tha deinoasU.ttion and a pic i of August. . Miss Hagan came Thursday! Clyde Dixon, of Memphis, ill spend the weekend here with Hus> sell ' nctnmlller. -.-i Crook, Connie Modinger and L.. G. Tiiompson Jr.. are vacationing in New. Orleans. Biloxl', Gtilf|iort and Galveston, They left Monday and pten to retuiu next week. Russell Bunch, Mrs. Kats Bunch, Mrs. Mat" Homes and Mrs MiHon Bunch vliled in Greenfisld ami Newbsrn. Tcnn.. yesterday Miss Willie Re veil and M will si ol leclpes was enjoyed udsor th ' ' Mis. Eddie B/ David. Mis, a p, Oily Onus' UatV'liosh WAfiV'OI.K Msw. U'l'l Most [irlr.ed inv<,riV.i. n of (he Walpole public libreiy is a coimueiilary WrlUrn In nr.S L'y Fiikhrc Razi on Die Mohammedan Koran ka tafslr. Beautiful Illuminated margins- and . . Poller and Mr. and Mis Collins ictuuml last a wvcU's Viu'iilUm s- Bluff. Muitevllle. i;,,. c ' H. f| 0 in iu r\m-> ' SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1939 t Louis S|3aiin Family -Reunion First Methodist Cliurcb Group Luncheon Planned Approximately 50 ofliccrs of the HrsV Melhodlst Chiiich" aiid its and oilier niembcis of the church who arc interested are expected to attend Ihc luncheon to be given Tuesday at 'tlie IIole| Noble from 12 o'clock to 1:15 o'clock, Tlie Rev. E. B. Williams, pastor of the church, lias ainipunc- The mcellnK is being held in the itercst of paying off the cliurcli cbl and building a new nuditor- iin. br. R. N. Allen, representative loin the general board of church xteiision at Louisville, Ky., and Dr. \V. Poller, dislrlct siipprlnleml- ut of lite .loncsboro dislrlct, will e here lo discuss plans with the ocal group. . A musical program under the lirnctiou of Mrs." George M. Lee vill fee presented during lunch. 'Inu n brief business session fter lunch, (he meeting will be ad- promptly at 1:15 o'clock, lie pallor said. •CHURCH FIRST MpTlJOpIST CHURCH Cqiiirr M.'tiu i 1|h ' . E. n. >Vill)2ms, jiiiiiisler Cliurcli schco), 9:45 Morning worship 10:55 a.m. Ser- I'icc broadcast 'over KLCN. Message: "Can Religion Become Real?" Evening-worship 7:30 p.iu. Mss:age: "II Costs to'Love." Tuesday 7:3.0. p.m. Fellowship hours at the church for our young people. • Wednesday 7:30 p.m. The Mid- Week Bible Study will be discon- .irtued until August 30. . Thursday 7:30 p.m. Choir practice. ' -;•• : ' Suhday 6:45 Younj People'3 meetings. "' CHRISTIAN CHUliCll Maiii at Sixth ,. Gco. \V. i'nltrrson, uiiiilstcr •: .9:15 , a.m. Bible school, \V. O. Ge'm:ln,' superintendent. •'•.-•- ' H:OD, Worship, Communibh a,nd.,preaching. '"The New Testament Church—a Universal fiisti- tuticn" will be the seiuion theme. ', 7:'I T 5 u.m.. Worship and preaching; '"Heaven" will be (he sermon theiiie. Wecmesflay, 7:'I5 p.m., singing at the church. We corrtjally invite the public;. Strangers in our city csp;>- iially invited. We'll try to make you glad you came our way. FHIST ISAI'TIST CIllMtCIl M'aliml ;il"liiglitli llcv. Alfrcii Caruciiter, rmsior . Siuiday: " ' ' 9:3(i -a.m. Sunday schrol. 1Q:40. a.m. Morning worship. Special music. Sermon—The Rev. Guy Magcc, Tyronza. C.:30 , p.m. Training Unions. 7:30 p.m. Preaching service. Special music. Sermon—The Hev. Guy Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: "Christian Science brings to light Truth and its supremacy, universal harmony, the entircness of God, good, and the nothingness pf evil." Page 293 CHUflCII OF CIIttlST Dentpn M, Ncal, jiaslor Lord's Day services: 10:00 a.m. Bible study. 11:00 am. Morning wership. 11:45 a.m. Communion. 8:OOJ p.m. Preaching. Wednesday's services: 8:CO p.m. Song service and study. Daily broadcast over KUJN, Monday .and Saturday from 12:15 t.D 12:30 .o'cltck and Sunday from .2:30 to 3:15 o'clock. award will be presented their son. .The award h annually made to the ( boy selected as having mosi completely entered inlo caii'ip act ivitics and has fitted best inti camp life.' Young Evrard is tin iitst boy ever to receive lliis liono who could not participate in an; water sports. Because ot an ea" defect, it \vas neccssaiy that In participate in numerous' othe RClivilies to compensate for th lack of water sports on his sched ule. . ' " During the six weeks he has bset in camp, he' has served as nh official assistant instructor in tii ] crafts. He was m coinplete char'g of the afternoon craft classes afte , having worked as avistant \vit , the chief instructor during th morning classes , ' LAKE S'HIFXT METHODIST C-URCH F. M. Sweet, pastor 0:<S5 a. in. Church school. 10:45 a. in. Preaching service by th!2 Rev. Martin Nelson. 7:00 p. hi. Young People's meetings, •, u'"8fOO p. m. Preaching sen ice "by the Rev. J. G. Eiggins', 8:00 p. m. Wednesday, Prayer service. Cantaloupes were named .to Cantaloupe'; 1 .Italy, where the melon first were grown ui Europe TABEBNACLE. 110 Cherry Strpcl 6. W. Doss, |»slnr 0:45 a. in. Sunday school. 11:00 H. m. Worship service. 7:15 p. m. Young People's service. 7:15 p. m. Evangelistic service. " 7:45 p. in. Wednesday, the Rev. O. W. Uolteuberg, district superintendent \vill be -the speaker at our mid week service. Afnilbox for {lloinrlsis FOND DO LAC. WIs. (UP)—Th!5 ily IIHS hcljied spivc Us parkin? H'oblem by scUIng' up a curb-side nallbox so thai. m:ibrlsls can mall elters wilhcul leaving 'their cars. I'he "couitesy" letter box was irccled'ln the downtown ^rea bc- ause the city's new postofflce lacks parking facilities. Coolest Spot in Town Watch Society Of Courier N'ew» Free Show Oueiiti . •••Wednesday: All-Church Night . .,7:00 P.III. pciia'rtiiicnlRl meetings .7:30 |>.m.. 'Mid-week service. '8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. UAI'TIST CIIAI'EL " Lilly street 0:30 a.m. Sunday schcol. VIUST ASSliMIU.Y OF GOD CHUKCl'l Scvcnlh ami Abli Slrccls S. A. nfcrrill, |tnstor 8:30 Radio program over KLCN. '••••. 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. -.11:00 a.m. Morning \v6rshlp. 2:30 [im. Men's Prayer meeting. (All men who arc Interested arc cordially invited li attend.) 4:00 p.m. Jail service. 6:30 p.m. Junior and Senior Christ Ambassador classes. .7:45 p.m. Evangelistic service. 7:15" p.m. Tuesday and Friday, mld-weck services. Yen ,aio welcome lo attend all services. CIIRISTIAN SCIEN'Ci; SEUV1CE3 If6 S. Broadway I . i'Truth-'. is the subject, of the j Lessou-Serinon which will be read in all Churches cf Christ, Scientist, on iSunday, Julv 2i. 1939. ';The Goldsn Text is "Holy Father. keep through thine cwn i.iatna Itiose whom thou hast givfn me, that they may bs one, as we are. . . Sanctify them thrjiigh thy truth: thy w:rd Is truth." John 17:11, 17. ,' Among the citation?. »hich comprise tlie. Lsss:n-5ermon i3 the i following from the tsible-. "O send bill Ihy light and thy Uulh: let them lead me; let them bring me' unto thy holy hill, and to thy , tabernacles." Psalms 13:3 | The Lesson -Sermon also includes the f: (lowing passages from the ST. STEPHEN'S II CUORCH M/illlifw A. Curry, iiricst-iu-clv.irge Itl:CO a. m. Sunday school. . rir.ciruat nj'niii«AN CHUKCH if. J. Kicitidicnsi, rt.istor N» preaching service tomorrow. Sunday school., 10:45 a. in. Joe Evr'ard Accordptf Honor At Boys Without Pain or Blood, At the Quality Shoe .Shbp. Do you have SORE CORNS, CALLOUSES, or Growth BUNIONS? H so, why suffer with them when you can get [hem removed in 3 minutes, without, pain or bloo'd, by Doc R. J. Fields, at the Quality Slice Shop. Monday and Tuesday,. "July 21th and 25th. Call (or special appointment to homes. —Adv. GENEAUTRY Rhythm -^OF THE SMIlfY BURNETTE P£RT KELTON ' Joe Evrard. 11 year old son ol Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard, | l.cen nanicd honor camper at the ! Napoleon Hill Boys' camp at Mammoth, S|iiitigs for Ihc summer sss- sioti ^vhicrli flench' tomorrow. I Mr. and. Mrs. Evrard went lo Mammolli Springs this afternoon lo attend tlic c;iiiiplirc nt Ihe camp Icnighl at which time the honor GDhip ID HIE Movies syz ^r FREE •TICKET! ./^M Trade here and get free lickels to cither Rltz or Roxy Theatres at our expense. S10 in Trade Adult Ticket S5 in Tnidc — .Iimior Ticket RITE PRICE STORES 111 E. Main 320 W. 3l'if» House. New Oilcans, and tlv Cca^l. They \vcro iioroini hcmc by Miis Aiinlc I.ou n it Pine Bliiir mid Ann TERMiNATES * "**"*' — ••"• <n»^vk jn.ugbvi^- ,11111 ui i >iiu mull ivuu rtnll rllrllon of lollcr,nd;rn ll)e manuscript nnd" n Marksvillc, who will spend scvril jewel VIcLurc rests Inside the cover.' days here wilh (hem. "I!I,YT1»;VII,I,K S T K A M ' LA UND.H Y ' is so convenient when you're tttslicil and you have ssrniciils lo be laundered. Thry do Ihc woyh failcr in .1 sispeiior niAiincr.'' For Beller Laundry atid Dry Cleaning STEAM LAUNDM Also cartoon & serial •'"Oregon, Trail." Ccntinuous show. Admission till 5:00 : p.m. lO.c & 2«e on after 5 P,ni. IGc & 3ic Also Paranuiiinl KCHS & Comcdy ConHiiuous rhow Sunday Aim. Jun. Mat. * Night IGc S .'"ic Adm. illoiiday .tUlincc lOc & tie Ailm. .tlonday Night IGc & 36c K O X Y Admission, always lOc & 26c Matlncu Fri.-Sat.-Sun. SATURDAY "Mm From with Tex I?i((er (The Singing Cowboy). Alsn Carlomi f; sniiil -"Hawk of tbe AVildctiifis." Con'ilnuoiis show. Sunday -Monday VICTURE ID. Also Fox NMVS .t Comedy

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