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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 9, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS r P • I 1 npie COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit Lloyd V. Wltc and Companion 1033 W. CWckasawfo —TO R?e— K1TZ THEATER —lo see— "5IERRIIY WE Social. Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Missionary Society of First, Melhodtsl cliurcl) meeting ut church at 2:30 o'clock. Wcnian's Missionary society of Lake Street Methodist, church meeting with Mrs. A. !3. Bean on Premised. Land 'vend at 2:30 o'clock. Circle One , of Women's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church meeting with Mrs. C. R Baocoek; Circle Two, Mrs. George Billahuuty; Circle Three. Mrr>. 11. B. Htnicbto. Circle One of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church meeting at 2:30 o'clock •with Mrs. E B. WoeOson; Circle Two, with Mrs. W. J[. Rodgers; Olrclo Three, with, Mrs, Herschcl Smart: Circle Fouri wllh. Mrs. Al- vlp Huffman; Circle Five, with Mrs.. Arch llndsey. 61. Stephen's Episcopnl Guild meeting at. 2:Cfl o'clock- at home of Mrs, M. George., Mrs. Wmnifred. Reynolds entertaining with .patty" for Business and professional Women's club nt Ooff hotel, 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY'S EVENTS S.5rs. Riley Jones entertaining Youiii; Matrons' club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Siiane having; Tuesday Night Supjicr club. Daughter.'; of the American Rcv- vltltion meeting- wllh Mrs. C. P. TUCker at 1:00 o'clock for lunch- con. : WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Wednesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Baker Wilson. Mrs. W. D. McClurkjtt enlorlahv- i"if Wednesday Contract club. Indies' Bible study ol Church of Christ meeting with Mrs. Many Sarjsom at 2:30 o'clock. ilrs. p.. C. Rothroek entertatn- JJig the Thursday Afternoon club: THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. James Hill entertaining Double Deck Bridge club. Mrs. A. B. Fairfleld entertaining the Mld-Week BrUlse,, din). Thursday Contract ciiib' mectinj with Mrs. Rodney L. Banister. Jewish Ladies' Aid society nie'Dt-- ing In Temple Israel at 8:00 p.m. Sirs. C. W: ARlick having the Thursday Luncheon club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Music department of the Woman's <?l«b meeting at clubhouse Kt 2:30 p.m. FLAPPER FANNY "Couldn't you give Fan's tulips first prize? She's so disappointed because they aren't us big as Mrs. 'Johnson's." Demonstration Club News Notes I'evr.v and verbenas -MTCO the Guild lo JIe«t. Mrs. pr.ed Sitfiba will be to members of the St. Stephen's Episcopal Guild when they meet at 2;00. o'clock Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs, M George tor a business meeting. All iiiemoerG are iiraed to attend, it 7,-as announced todaj-. lja\;e Business Slccli:^'. Seven members of the Elmwoodl Cemetery association met at tne homD of Mrs. J. AV. Adams ves- tsrtlay afternoon. Fcllovlng tho business meeting, the: hostess served angel ford cake toppsd with pineapple -vhip. Sewlr.s club Meets. Six members of tha sewing club Inct at the home of Ret'.y Fersu- eon yesterday ofterucrai. During ihe afteruoc;i. the ^Ivls sewed nnd later plciyet! eames. A salad plate was served by the hostess. *• • • Install N'tw Ofikcrs Mrs. Matt Monnghiin war, ii\. . Etallcd as the new prosicient of Uie Sudbury Parent Tcachc-r ossocld- lion at a mretln^ o( ihat group \Yednesday afternoon at Use school. Other qfllecrs installeil wete; II, .'r. Sclmee, vice president; Mis, H. G. Partlos, -rrcording secretary; Mrs. Rudolph Morris, treasurer; Mrs; IL B. Mecfc, historian. Tho prcsratu nvis opened by Mrs. Morris, who read the" president's message, following which L. T. Moore played a piano scio. Tiic Rev. F. M. Sweet, pastor of the lake Street Melr.ootil ehurch, .who was tho principal speaker, talked ort- "Cooperation." The glee club from the nsgro high school sans for- the concluding number. 'At the Hospitals Mrs. fJille Patterson JIBS br-rn admitted to "the liiyfncvillc hospital. ' Mrs. li. L. Wade, wiio has teen ill for a week, wax lakcn to the Memphis Jisplist hospital today in a CObb ambulance. Mr. Wade ac- coiu|),i!iicd her. •T. H.-Vaiibibber, who underwent on. operation: for appendicitis eight days ;IRO. Was removed to his home today; In a. Cobb ambulance. .Inmei Bojett of Oiceola, has been ad milled to the E>e, Ear, No?e Mid .Throat hospllol at Memphis Clnuric llR?-! jr nnd Mrs Claude Itaafl, of SteeTe,'nrc pulicnts at, the St. Joseph's hospilal, Memphis. Read Courier News want Ads. decorations used when the Perry Home Demonstration club met- 1 at the home of Mrs. John Farley Friday. Mrs. Hugh perry presided over the business meeting. The de- •roltonnl wu»' rend. M Mrs. Dale ifaynos. followed by (he readlni! of ihe collect by ,-tll pivscnt. liich member answered the roll cixll with n esrden report and her Roal for ;he year. , • Tlic poultry chairman, Mrs. J. W. ^erry, reported SOO toijjy chicks' In '•he club. 'A round table discussion an '.how (6 fld flowers i\nd- chlck- ju'fmuseS of mites aii:l lice wrts ;.eld', A djscit'sslsn in clothing; was : iive"ri by Mrs. Hugh perry rimr iv Jcmonstratloii on when, where, .ind what to wear and the-making of bound buttonholes was given by :hc clothing chairman, Mrs. Wnync Woolcy. Plans for '-Bett?r Homes Week" \vcre discussed and im Easter party d egg hunt was planned for Amateur Radio Operators To Meet Here Tomorrow Between so.nml 15 amateur radio operators are expected to at- Icnfl n mcetlus of (he Monrky Amntciir Kndlo areo.-lation here In- iiiorrov.-. 11,1,; W lll be the Ililrri (liini'terly meeting of the group, whlcli Is made up of amateur radio operators In town. 1 ! nnd cities ns tnr south as .Mississippi and .is far north ns St. Ixmis. Tlin meeting is to be held at Ihe American liglon Imi, beginning nt four o'clock, when members who have "inul" by radio will be Introduced nnd (here will be Informal entertainment. A buffet .supper will to served before a business stKsien. AlU>n:lnnciv ot radio C(|iilimicnt are to be given. 'Officers of (he group .are: Gene 'Cjle o[ Cape Glrardeau. president- 'Harold Sudbury of Blylhevlllr. first vtcc'prsFldenl; Klng'DnvIs of Hick'- ninn. K.v., seccnd vice president; Harry Young of Slkeston, secretary and treasurer. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. C. H. King,'Mrs. \,. & Ish, Mrs. w. H. Glover, Mrs. T. b Henton mid Mrs. J. j>. Friend .spent, yesterday in- Memphis O. shonyo Is now able lo- )JP cut after having . been stricken several duys ago. Mi.«s Hani Jo Little and James ferry will attend Die Sigma Alpha fcpstlcn formal at the University of Mississippi nt Oxford tonlgm MJss Little vm bo tho guest of MiBs Mary Spain l/wey, who attends the University, over thr week. end. Francis Adiiin;;. who attends the University or Illinois ' HI urbsnn arrived home today to spend his spring vacation with his mother Mrs. ,;. w, Adams, and family Miss Allycr Nelson, Miss Altu Mao Oarllugion and Miss Mildred Moore, arc attending n i ro0 p leaders training course In Memphis today. They irere accompanied by Miss Lena Mae Oliver. ' Mr-i and Mrs. Julian Belli of Memphis, liavc arrived, for n. visit They pj,,,, to remain uiitil MLS. Bells' parents, Mr. and Mrs C M Buck, return from Kansas Oitv where Mr. Duck Is in a clinic. ' Mrs. w. c. Robinson, of Memphis, will nrrlvo Monday to be Ihc guest of her sister, Mrs. Fielder Perry, and Mr. Peery for a week Mr. ami Mrs. C. W. Affllck spent, yesterday In Memphis. • Mrs. aoclfrcy White and daughters, Ann nnd Llewellyn, of O.sceola are spending (he day wllli Mr, and Mrs. A. Conway. Mr. anil Mrs. w. I,. Homer and son. Jack, are spending the week wid In Wlieatlcy with Mrs, Homer's father, who i.s ill nl his homo there. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse arc spending today in Memphis > Mrs. w. T. Morrow and daiifih- ter, Mary Helen. O f Little Rock are the weekend guests of Mi-, Morrow's sister. Mrs, C. A Cunningham, and Mr. Cunningham Rouse Harp and M O U Br(X)ll went lo Columbus. Miss today where Ilicy will intend Ihc freshman prom given „(. Mississippi otatc College for Women MUis Dorothy Kriltz and Mibb Dorothy Kyiec , m .spending today hi Memphis. Mr. nnct Mis. N. U. Passuiore, ol ijTSbpro, . will be the guests ol, ,<l Mrs. Fielder Pecry'Sun- ' Out of Town Friends Attend Smith Rite-; ^ - Amoii;. (lie oul of (own people April IS at the home ol Mrs. j. W. i vll ° "' cl;c ' 1rro Jesterday for the ferry. Durliii; t!: u social hour re- /reshHienls of gingerbread with .smon sauce an;l hot coffee were jcrved Ijy Ihe hostess, tn contests supervised by the recreation'chair- man. Mrs. Dale Haynes, prizes were .von by Mrs. WavnQ Woolcy and -Mrs. John Wiley. Alter the social hour the Indies were shown Mrs. /arley's baby chicks, baby rabbits and her garden where 14 vegetables uc up. with mustard, IcUuce, on- .ons. radishes nod :;plnaclt lartjc .•nough to cot. The next meeting .«ill he held nt he home of Mrs. Sophia Wnll the flrrt Friday In May. , Mo, Notes fmicrnl services of Mrs. Tom .Smith, who died at lhc Bl.vtheville hos- pllnl Tucsdny nlglil. \vcrc: Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lewis, Elmer ilasel, frank Wllks. Mrs. H. b 'Cliisley »nd daiighler, Mildred, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ijcon Rcotl, Perry Butler, •JVaia. Jintii Ol|Ue, who was a, coujiljt of Mrs. SmIUi, Mr. and, Mrs. B. M. Fowlkcs. aunt and uncle of Mrs. Smilh. M of CarullicravUlr. Mrs. Lee ycnaer and. Mrs. Baxter. Sc.ulhcni, Ijolh of btcele. Mis. Horace Scrape. Mrs. .)o)m Long and daughter, Miss Peggy of Memphis; Mrs..C. S., muit, of Forrest City; Mrs. Louis HnrUin and daughter. Nancy Lou: Mrs. Tom McDarrlty. Mrs Paul James Cuggi'i"' ir, III a(, hi:, home of Houston''TrVn'^ M"'^!! "'^'l?/' .'ran chicken j;o.\. 'brother of Port' Aril ur TrV A:, a result of the report pt .a| ChmW and ,M B rk Sml brother :«S'_- ol smalipox in the school, .Mrs. A. J. Malcolmh. of Mtai i7fi v;ere vaccliuvtcd |J\- Dr. Bnirio:;. Insl (tic rcunty I'liysicii'ii. nnd his iissjsl- 'i'.- Al.iiip. director of mrila- 'Fln. Irs. 'Urs. Rink Hughe:;. Mr. and M Will liny. Mr. and Mrs. Eddv Hngnn and daughter. Heaina. Mi ilnl ccntwl mid liivcsll^atur torjnud Mrs. Nut Walker' ol Huffman this areu. look 101 lestc; for mn-r Henry nnd Marlon 3 m ltli wjij -arln. lelitrn | 0 Dielr home.s Huiidav af- Ihe "B" sipprcciiilcd, lhc reply | leroocn. but Mark and Charles !o the :;oclal Icllc-ia I hay . had viiCen lo the Gibson school near Slcc'ic, Mo., II hns l;c?n aiinmmc- -d. Pupils will answer all letters eMlxvd. il. was said. Fiiws Young cuul. frimlly. of Hay- parenls an:l ii-wirn 10 men- Home.s Huiidav at Ihc reply Ifrnocu. but Mark and Chavle hay . hnd! Sinlih plun lo remain for twu - '- ivcck.s before reUirnfn» to Miami. To Hold Noon Service Line School Announces Honor Roll Fom-lceii slmlcnts of tltc Red Une school were named o» the honor roll for llic seventh month of the ttinn. They'v-cre: l-trst grsdr; Jiin:e... chambais ind Albert Jackson. «eccml grade: E ii 5 enc Marl in and Bt-sler McKnight; Third grade: Marvin -/ohnsou and Marie Simpson. Fourth, grade: Gladys, Dickci- son and Ruth Turner. FIJUi grade: J, B. McKnignt, Oina Knight, and Billy Bailey Sixth grade: Virginia Mo'rgiui, ONell Cintfin, and Mnrie Arnold A large intmijct- of Hcd Line sludenla established n perfect. «(., .ciidam-e record during the seventh month of ihc term Thcv ..'ere: ' J First grade: Cecil .ifoli, James ohamfcpi.s. Albert Jackson poarl Jackson, Hiillilc May atroud Ecccud grade: Virgil Griftin Eugene Martin. 'Ihird Ri-ade: Charles Ch B mbers. Silly Ray King. Billy McKnight. Marie .Simpson. Fourth grade: .Mow sisco Uha Sisco. Tiiclma Aruold, RuDi burner. Fifth erade: onia Kniglil, Amos dminljers, Jnmcs I' Charles. Sixth grade: Myrllc Coots, Virginia Morgan. Marie Arnold, ixi- rii- Kin?. Albert. iMcKnielil, Kcrmll Suck. Dimple Induccr SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 103S lj PHI I : IKST CHK1ST1AN CHURCH Main at Sixlh (Jco. w. Patterson, niiidstcr, 9 : ^5 a. in., Bible school, W. O Ocurin, .superliitcjidcnt. H:00 a. in,, worship, communion and preaching. Sermon by pastor. <! ; 30 [i. m., youth Council meeting. f:M p. m,, worship and preaching. Sermon by pastor. Preaching eacli evening at 7:'JO ty our pastor. We most cordially Invite ih c putjitc. HUangcrs in our clly CKjiccially invlled. We'll (ry to make von g [ a d \\M yoil t . llmc cur wny. All who arc llvin« in Illyllievllle imrt who arc members of (his clmrch in fame oilier place arc most ojinieslly retiuesiod and urg- "d lo place your inembei>hlp wllh s. We need you; you need us, Herman 1'ollrtfk, 11:15 a. m.— Sunday school class- . . - es will be held at (he home of Mr. and v It's doubtlul iJ dimples coukl make Isabella Gilbert more attractive lhan r.hc already is. but if stie wants 'em she can get 'em with the'queer-looking con- Iraplion she is shown wearing above. The device v;qs displayed at the Inventors Con- grew in Chicago, and..its sponsors claim it will actually grow dimples where none grew fte- forc—in c!iee.'( or chio. ............... ........ -is-;' 'ille. so. that allenriiijico will bcl' olk '" ? os l ><>! !>'"giiis with ;i joy- possible al the afternoon service in ! ous i; I !ivil Ca.pi: Gitardeau. Special Palm «undiiy service is sdlc ' l " l «l for Ihc H o'clock Hour a! vliildrrn will br full membership. Only 12, She's Typical Co-ecl .Sue Allyn Sfripling. above, i: only I'J year:.' oid—yd thv • college freshman. Ktirtlirniioiv she's a tvpicul co-cd, piomincnl in campus activities :md is nvik- i"B Ihc h.-glicfl grades m he, <-]ai-s al Tiiniiy Vhnv ri: : ilv. Waxaluichie, Tr>:' Hr ides her ubviou.-; ullriiclu'iis, youne Miss •Slripling is .-) UilPiUc'tl tiantcr, '.iiclrcts. goiter and — would you believe ii_;i vfiiiriUxrui.U Mrs. J. ficrnstc-ln, C'aruthc meeting lake.v place aHei 1 this morning service. 'I'hc Lutheran Hour, 3:'io p.m. over national hook-up. Try KLCN. Annual rt'iinion service 7:so p. m. Sermon cuicstlou: "Will yo Also Go Away?" A social hour will fellow this service. Tiie Pilgrim Guild will serve refreshments. Lenten meditations over KLCN Wecincwluy MO p.m. Subject: 'U'n- dei'cstiiiialing (he Cross." Good-Friday service Friday. 7:30 p.m. Sermon theme: "Father, into Thy llaiub I Commend My Spir- "Behold. Iliy King Cometh unto thce . . . niecsed is lie thai torn- eth in (In: name of the Lord; Ho- saniiii in the liighrsl." Ml 21, 5;i. Ob. HliST MliTUODIHT CHUKCH H. l.vmi Wailr. I'aslor Gur revival BOC.I on. "God buries his ivoi'kiiiiiu but carries on lib work." 'I'hc Hnv. Otis Andrews fell In llin thick of lhc light. The Rev. Gccrgn Bell, a fellow minister In ihi' Memphis conference, comes lo lake: the place made vacant by lhc translation of Ihe Kov. Mr. Andrews. Services arc well attended. :< p. in.—Services will be held al \K Capr Glrardeaii Synagogue. 'Vheinn of Ihc i.ermon: "Five: Great KVent.s." Cordial Invitation l s cxlcndcd to everyone. Pelrolcuni ranges In-color-froni ;| almost block, yellow or brinvn, >'}* through shades ol green to ' less. CEtLD Everything for your enter tain men t and comfort. Admission Matinee 10c & 2Go Admission Night 16o & 3&} Watch Society Page Of Courier News for Free Show Guests I'lUS'f C1IUBCU 01 m NAZARKNK Kiil'lia I). fleas-Icy, pastor 3:-l'j a.m. Sunday school. McCullc.r. supciinlendenl. 11:CO a.m. Morning worship. Her- inon siibjccl. "Does Your Anchor Hold?" 7:15 p.m. N. Y. P. B. 7:45 p.m., Evening .service. Sermon subject. "Two Portraits and Two Destinies.'' A mcst cordial welcome awaits those who will worship with us. Services each evening through nest neck beginning ,-u 7M5 o'clock. I.AK.K S'l'KEET HETUOUIST CltUKCH !•'. M. Sweet, I\istoi- 51:45 a.m. Sunday school. 1C:4!) a.m. Morning worship. C:?0 p.m. Young People's mccl- 7:30 p.m.. Evening worship. Wednesday night. 7:30 o'clock, midweek prayer incrv.i.ig. 7'iic.stlny .'light, (hn County League iJm''.;i will mctl with liie Lake Street 'Church. We extend •11 Irwiuitiu' to an Leagues or ciiurche:; ;n Mississipvi coiuiiy.' F1KST VKKSBYTER1AN CHUItt'Il S.'j H. Salmon. Vastor PnJtUrdjiniday is here again, and. true toVllic Inidltion uf lhc d.-iv, we :;prciHl decoraliOiis and music in kcepi:u; with the occasion, with flora Stevens ting- ins "The Palms." l>y Faiirf. Dr. Ci. K Bell, who lias ::l- icidy uiven us u inspiring mes- sifcs. will continue his series of gospul iPriiwns, :;ceki:>4; to brins a revival to our dime!) intra- iilwrs. 11.; will preach Wr Luke- t ot. (he subject Warm?" ai (lie u o'clock service. and ou "Christian AMcgiunc-c" in the evcninu worship nt 7:30. Cn 0m anniversary of thr.-dav the children .sane His praises on His triumphal entry inlo Jerusalem. we customarily dcdicalc tlr| li^ni, and this will he done at, the! children of (he Church in tap- begiiiniiiu of the morning worship lieriod. Dr. Bell and the pastor both olliciating. 'tlic ilHj-s arc lew. Ihc time is short. Quickly and regularly conic to God's house. when a elus: received into services Sunday uit'lil,. Everybody welcome. HKST BAI'TIST ClIliKCIt Walnut and IJighlh Kcv. AlfiTri Carpeiilrr, l' ;1 s(oi- !t:3Q a.m. yimday scnool. 1C:40 a.m. Hcvival sen-Ice, l>!'. V. 13. Boston will ui;n as his sermon topic "I'rcpnre (o Meet God." (i:20 ' p.m. Training Unions. 7:30 p.m. Evening, revival service. Dv. Boston's subject will he "Will We Know Each Other in Heaven." Speciul music by large chorus choir. The revival services . arc well attended, and the interest is growing deeper. CHRISTIAN SC1KNCB SKllVICUS 108 \V. Main : "Ai-c t.'n. l.lisease. and Death I ne»l?" is Die .subject of the Lesscn- | Sermon which will be read in all Chruches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. April 10. 1938. The Coklen Text is "Tlic li<;ht of the moon shall be as the light ot lhc sun, nnd the light ol The |.ym shall be ^sevenfold, as the light cf seven days, in (he ..-Jay (hat the Lord bitideth up the breach, of his people, and hcalcth ihe stroke of (heir wound." Isaiah 'J0:2lj. Amons the citations wltieli aim-' prise the IjWson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "Thou art of purer eyes than lo tichokl evil, • and canst not look .on ^iniquity." Habakkuk l:l» • The -Lesson-sermon also Includes III? followfiii; passages from--Illy Cliiislian Science lextbopk. "juciicc and Health \vilh Key to the scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: "Thai which He creates is Rood, nnd He makes all that is made. Therefore Hie only reality of sin. sickness, or death i s the awful fact that unrealities seem real lo human, erring belief, until God strips off their SATURDAY LORRE ;<f1 , f 'jrf .;•$ w r,n t"c spi Ci C.TO:' . . . ,n MRMOTO'S GAMBLE A ?0lh CcnVry-^OA PK'LTI w K[V( LVKt • DICK BMDWIH • L<HK Ufa couous rmwi • HIK RSSAK • ivant mm MkXIE MSWBIOOM C'ailoou & serial "Secrets «f 'fin- sure bland.." Continuous showing. lt\ Ailmbsiim till 5:00 .ICc- S 'tW Admission after 5 p.m. I8e & We Sunday - Monday disguise. not true, hc- O'lllWH OC niKI.ST 1C:CO a.m. Sunday morning services at cuurl. house auditorium. Everyone i.s invited U, nilcnd. 2:3C p.m. Rroadca.-.l over Kl.CN. The Rev. Mr. Hope, of t »rugould. will sprnk. Music by i!i c Aiillydi chorus. cause they arc not of Clod." r';igc A CbriiliHn Sricncc prosiaui 'is broudcast each Wcdncstluy at, 11:15 a.m. over KLCN. AGAIN THIS YEAH WK \VILI, BK HEADQUARTERS I'OR AUTO SEAT (JOVEUS in Business Section! INamed C ^f ^legate Mmlcll. spent Tuesday witti'par- i Kr'dcacli'dav'lii BIT, Hr and M». Lonnlo Ward,; tmid^foSd iom Houmhaii v.-ar. re-elected i i ora(ocf - be i, VPWI L ci the board cl education for - Cfv -, lu i | tors n hreo years In llie school election! riifsdsy- Plans for the new bulld- Kkrou Ray Tiammell returned fniiu- Booueville 'or a visit \vllb hisj p.ireiits. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tram- 1 msll. Bill stone is 111 at his home (his week. ' "Airs. Herbert Fovshcc. of Osce- 3la, is the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hump Austin, this week. , , Mrs. Chuck Walker 'arrived Monday from . f ndlo j Calif., with Ihe body of Miss Alberta, Walker. .She will visit her parents,- Mr. .and Mrs. Hump Austin, for two week.' 'he vacant, :;loi by U A. Lynr! liberty (rash r<rc Hiii'hc.-; t v Co. point is almo »'0 weeks of tpc the in Monday luoniin^. ===== GLENCOE BARBER SHOP Karl E. Parker, Prop. (Jlcticoc Hotel Bide "EXPEKT r I)l.<.tric(,, | )3 5 l>eCH !11>POinle<l foy e | Governor Carl F.. Bfiiley .TV n c | plc . i.; Sa'i' from this counly to nttcn.1 the • jamiirai meeting of thi- Arkansas "ic?rculosis association ;1 ( n )C t; Marion Hotel in Little Ror» ; . -r lK s- Braltoii Funeral Rites To Be Held At Home l-'imrni] .••crvii-o lor llpmcr Urul- lon, :r_'. \vho dird enrly ye.'jterday morn;n». will br held nt. Ihr family liciue. 17(17 West, Vine sired. Sunday iUlrrnooi), instead of :il. the licit Funeral home. u<. v, ; r, planned ycster:lny. Hot' t'uiiCuil honir will be in charge r.\ ariansrmciik;. Tciiinu:. bacilli ;:rf :.<> hardy HiaU it UH,-; Unmd p^sMbte to iuow them j from .-i .',|>lmtcr nl n-oftel II yrcrsj alter the splinter had inlcctcd sui. animal with Ictanu;;. riKIItCU Sixlli :m,1 Walnut .-.Ircfls II- -I. Kleiidicmt. I'aslor Sunday Jrlmol. fllOC ii.m. I Palm Sunday confirmation service 10:00 a.m. A class of sin calcchunieii-s will be received into membership. This | S (lie lime lhc confirmation class will lit- robed. Subject of address: "Take Thriii My Hands and Lead MI>." Regular quarterly congregational *7v'l<;W I'A'ITEKNS if NEW STYLES 'Jlic tclnphouc Kinulcd U> Alcxnnder Bell. March 1. \m. A. R. Wetenkamp & . Agents Mcmplils Tent & Avvuhij Call 187, 158 or 330-YV tot Estimates. Blylhoville, Art. r 0 Free GRAND DADS Peaberry COFFEE Always Fresh Buy a Package Today I SIMPSON'S STATB LINK Sl Mil.-iy. ,.\(:ri) |0, IMS .ML-rrlunCi I'lale I5c Choice ni Moiils: Baked Chicken & UrcssiiiK Hiuotheicd Steak Grilled I'ork Chops Choice cf \\-gclablcs: Creamed Polaloos I leiK'h Fried Potnloes iiiikrd Beans Choice M! t'.thtd; J«l!o Slaw riiicnplilc l-cttucc ,t Olivet Choice- ol I)es«crl: Ko Made 1'ics Fruil Clip Ice Cream Coffee Ten Milk Hot Rolk ... miller Tn nutkc riioiti for our tic\» stock of .•.cat covers ue :irc closing oiil ciur present slotk at below cosl prites. COMB IN TOUAV. . s,\VK SOS, tVHH.f: THE1" L;\ST. Drs. Wert & Wert OFTOSIEXRISTS CHEVROLET CO, Over Joe Isaacs' Store 'WE MAKE 'KM SEE Phone HO MONOO_RAM_p|U U j t Serial "lim Tyler's Luck'' ;uiM Cnrloon. Coulinuoiis slma-inj Saturday. Sunday - Monday 'No more '\\ush <I;i\•-blues' ;it oiir Iiuusc nincc we've been lakiiiir ot u - was i, H1,YTHKVILI,K l-ADNUKY. .Thei Lloyd XuJan lt JIar l-'o,v Xcws & C'omcdy Faranioujil NCHS, iicreeii Suaji- shotf; and Comedy. Conliiiutw* r bho«ijig Sunday. i 'V? Adn-ifsion Sunday 'iVUIinrc a\iC j Night . I6c i-, 3fi« S' Admission Monday Mai. We & 2Bi: '.'': Admission .llonday Niglil I6c & 30'c ROXY Admission always JOc & 26c. Matinees Saturday & Sunday Only Last Times Today

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