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y—x Social Calendar jSonic of the Beauties of the Political Life) MONDAY'S EVENTS \V. M U, haling social at First Baptist church, 2:30 p.m. junior G. A's meeting First Baptist church. 4 pm. Executive board of Woman's Mis-, flonary Society, • First. Methodist church,'meeting with Mrs. Rllcy B Jones. . .- • • , ' TUESDAY'S EVENTS. 'R.. :A.'s niecting First Baptist church; • 4 p4n:> • • Mrs. Charles . Pcnti entertaining Younger Set Bridge club.' i.:WEDNESDAT$ EVENTS Miss Margaret.' Keck entertaining fof Miss Sue Butt. ; r -Siiiibeams; meeting ;First, Baptist ( .church, 4 p.m. - | Jlfe Virgin!.! Cnlvcrl to Wed 3. K. WhilHorth. Miss Virginia Culvert, ot West Monroe. LV,'s"»d J. B. Whihvorth, of".Baton Houge, La.,-will be nmr- rled iThursday, July 2f at tlis home of- t'ne• bride's parcnts.MOO -Cypress street.," :••' • •"- . '•Both the brkte^lcct and Mr. WhlLwortit ftttended the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosiv Following MjJ \yhlt«ro'rih's graduation he was a membe.r of the: coaching 6tall at 1h2,. university and • Is now ct.ac:) at'Louisiana Slate University, Bar tori. Rouge. He is a membjr of the Sigma Chi fraternity. ' •' ' i Koyal rNciglibors Sleet. Mrs.-Laur&vB; Wade Of Pijsolt. district-worker of the Royal Neighbors; 'was a guest at n business niecting of the local croup lust night at the home of Mrs. c. G. Hires. Mrs. J. D. Barksdale presided ill the business session The hostess served cold drinks during 1 the social 'iihoiir. - * . * * 'Blidc-Elcct Compllincnfail. • 'Miss Irene Willlford enlertalnid at her home, 40S CMcknsnwba.Avc Friday afternoon with a shower party complimenting hsr sister Alnia' wllllfo'rd McGce, whose marriage to;'cornelius George schercr will be solemnized Sunday' aftjr- noon. Roses and ol»isr garden flowers in maiiy colors, decorated the livhij room! :During-the afternoon-piano numbers were p ajed bj Mrs Frank McGregor-" nnd-. fho presents were displayed,-, .The gifts were wrapper in an.attractive package decorator with a-.corsase^of i-oses and s\veei peas ind n miniature brldo am bridegroom The hostess served a salad to the gu'sts vJilyi. ^{H,dcd an out o town guest,/ Miss CHi Mne Me Card. Entertains Ynssnr Sclicol Friends Here. Miss Fatty Shane'had as h- guests yesterday and' tcday Hire friends \vliq.' attended . Vnssar col- !egc, Poushkccpsie, -N. Y., wit' her last year, Miss Hester Chrisman, of Willsbury,, Pa., Mis Eleanor Herbert,, of..West Port Ccnn., and Miss Sara Eobthc cf Memphis. They were grests of honor ^at a steak fry on the Mississippi . river at Barfield lost night, whei! Miss Shane entertained eight couples. This morning Miss Martha Ann Lynch had Mis? Shane and her guests for a breakfast party. Misses Chrisman and Herbert are . visiting Miss Boothe in Memphis for some. time. Recently Miss Shane and Miss Lynch went to Memphis for a lea Miss Booihe had lor them. Bliss Joy Caudle Weds I'rcsloii Alley - Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Caudle have snnounccd the marriage of their -daughter, Joy, to Preston Alley. Tne ceremony was solemnized June 13th. at Kennett, Mo., with the Rev. G. W. Duncan, pastor of the First Baptist church there, performing the ritual, The bride, who came here several months ago from Paris, Tc'nn., where she was graduated ircm the Grove high school. Is connected with the Phillips Motor Company. '. Mr. Alley is a member of a. pioneer Blytevllle family. Following his graduation from the city high school he has been connected with Huddleslon Grocery Coin- fany for several years. * At present, they are at home at 1M East Ash St. Bits of News .Mostly Personal :HES 'SATURDAY," JjJNG . 21, ifllSG ^WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON= REVIEW: Jesus Meeting Human Needs Lessons' of second quarter continue the story, begun in the first quarter, of how Jesus met human needs. ; :.">':• At the outset we find Him issuing His invitation to all to accept, "the grace of God, Illilstrat- The - Rev. Alfred Carpenter' hat returned from Memphis where he accompanied Mrs. Carpenter who •went to Maugrum, Okla., to be with her mother, who Is rjultc 111. Bonnie watklns. of caruthers- vllle, U a patient at the St, Jo«er/,i'6 hospital, Memphis. Alvln Durayant, .of Caruthers- vllte, has bwri' admitted -to 6t. Joeeph's hospital, Memphis , Mrs. Tom Edwards Hayll, was ' Sitting urelty politically is Sarah Hale of Hogersville, Tenn., though she never holds office. The young beauty .is; a- Democratic delegate. Betty Brynn, granddaughter of Hie late William Jennings Bryan, is another shining example of the attractive scenery nl the Philadelphia conclave. Mexico, Mo. LiLxora Society — Persona] aken to St. Joseph's nosp)t»l Memphis, yesterday. Miss Sybil Barley, of Steele, Jigs ecu admitted to the Memphis aptlst hospital. Miss Ruth Butt arrived home cslerday from a visit In points of exaX for the past four wcelcs. fc'nf ccompanied Miss Elizabeth Illv rs to her home In Elgin, going bj ay of New Orleans, and thej pent a part, of tteir time at the alias Centennial and In Houston Mrs. , Max .Parks,, Mho under- •ent an''"operation at the Mem his/: Methodist, hospital Monday eturhed r .hcme , last iilglji Hei ondlllon is very good Arthur Q. Morrison, of Chicago nd Mrs. Morrison, who teaelie- n the high school here, ai pending several days In the city Mrs. O. P. Moss and Mrs. Ros. i. Hughes spent yesterday Memphis. Russell Harlan Is In St. Loui. 'or the week-end. Mayor and Mrs. Cecil Shan md as their guests Wednesday tfr. and Mrs. Chris Shane,r o Paragould, mid Mrs. Lou Lan drum, of Los Angeles, Calif. Robert N. Cherry, ol Schnect ady, N. Y., arrived this morn ing to, be the guest of Mr. Mrs. J. Louis cherry for a ten days. He Is Mr. Cherry's bro llier. ' . : Robert K. Johnson of Oklahom City, Okla., head of the BlytheyU! Water company, is in the city o business for several days. . ' <-.' Miss vera Saliba has a guests. Miss Nydla Saliba.:of cle shoals, Ala., and Mtis-/rfibr Faye Nunn, formerly ;of here : an now of Kansas City. v'-' Mr. and Mrs. :Carl' Davis ' an son, carl jr., motored to Blac Rock, Ark., last night for Mr. Da vis' mofher, Mrs. J. H. Davis, who wlinspsnd a wcck.^lth them.'': ^ : Mr.- and MrsVuole n Young 1 and Kyle Ball have relumed from Sny der, Ark., where'they.spent a .week visiting relatives.'. They were accompanied back by-Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ball, parents of Mr. Ball and Mrs. Young, who will make. t'iieir home here. • .-••: Miss Rita Carter and J. R. Grny, of Memphis, are spending.*; the weekend with Miss Kathryii''Wil- liams at the home o[ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j. w. Williams. Joe Williams has returned from Campbell's clinic,' wlrerc he hns been for several weeks, having undergone an 'operation on his hand. He is now getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Green and i Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Morrow,'. : of ''..., , . . ... ('Memphis, will arrive tonight for a colt, Ark., returned home with visit with Mr. and Mrs Roland Green. The two, Mr. Greens are I-AKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Vcrnon Chalfanl, Pastor Church . School, 3:45 a. ••'ni. Church Service, 10:50 -a. m Sermon' subject, -"What. is: Relic Ion? 1 'Young Peoples League, 700 Ing it wlKi a story''of' the man m Church service, ;7;4S p. m. Sub- ct, "Ood or Caesar?" Board of . Stewards, Tuesday, 45 p. in. , Prayer Fellowship, Wednesday, 45 p m pong lohearsal FIRST -BAPTIST CHURCH; Walnut and F.lghtb Alfred Carpenter, Pastor 9:30 a. m. Bible school. A'class )r eiery member' of the familj 10.35 a in A Commencement «ivice foi the't forty-six ofipcrs nd leachcrs who have completed ic Sundaj ecliool Diplonji !ours«. Sermon .topic, ."Where,;DO 'We do Prom Here?' 6 30 |) in Baptist training iin- ons A union jou v,lll enjoy 7:30 p. ji). Preaching ' service, sermon by Dr. Geprge A/'Bowdler, Missionary lo : Argentina, Soutl America. Wednealaj, 7 OQ p m Sunday school officers and teacher 1 ; mec( thls social philosophy of Jesus In its idealism of man's relationship to his fellownien was emphasized in the fifth lesson, dealing with forgiveness, humility, and gratitude.;, , The sixth lesson, based on: the parable of t'ne; Unjust Judge and who prepared a great supper and on that of the Pharisee and the invited many guests. It .was a Publican, enforces iii concrete striking lesson.-;, on the weakness terms the leaching of Jesus con- and" Insufliclencyvor human will ccniiiiE prayer, emphasising God's and impulse,- liv the presence of boundless willingness to bestow'His greiit opportunity and potential blessings, in contrast with the re- Me--sinE. _ , I luctanl 'attitude of the 'unjust The second lesson broke the con-{Judge, and the necessary condition tinulty of the record to tell, for, a! man's reception of God's bless- Eiister,'ot the. triumph of.. Jesus i Ings, In. the humility of the publl- over ileal'n'.und .the iilt.lmate hieet- can. : , big-of all.human needs .and prob- In trie next lesson','based; upon It')'' 8 ,-'.'.' '-:.•'•:..,..- ":•''. the story of Zacchaeus,: -we have In-the third lesson-we; passed, to 1 emphasized the relalloivof :true re- Ih'o* picture C! God as the forgiving Father given by^Jcsus In Ihe bcau- liful Parable of "the'Prodigal Son. - • - ,"* - * - * ,; '•: The f our i'n, lesson gave us "a glimpse into.the'social outlook and llgion 'to honesty in life and character, w-h'elhe'r the saiyat'loh that came'to Zacchaeus was'the vindication of a mail-who' had sought to live uprightly in a position that offered him great opportunities of activity of' : Jcstis In His story of enrichment by extortion, or wheth- Dives, the rich man, and Lazarus, I cr Zacchaeus. in finding salvation. Ihe beggar. A,"further aspect.ofl was accepting an entirely new way of life, It is plain I hat no unjust or dishonest tax gatherer could square his life with t'he demands of I he Gospel. -* •" » An interlude, with emphasis upon temperance, vvas provided In t'iic eighth lesson, in which Jesus commended the poor widow who cast her two mite's into the treasury, jn Contrast to the rlrti men who offered m?a-fr B'f' s The remaining lessons of the quarter bring us into the last scenes of the tragedy and triumph In the earthly life of Jraus. We meet with tiic disciples in the upper room at the Last Supper, and, if we have the faith and courage. wo enter into Gctlisemane and toii up the way to Calvary to share with t'ne alsciples and the mother of Jesus the sadness and bitterness of the final scene. But the last lesson of the quarter reminds us tliat this scene was not really the end, but the beginning, as Jesus reappeared to His disciples and sent f,icm forth on their great task of world conquest for love, righteousness, and truth. '^Evangelist. / 30 p m „ Quarterly * business I meeting of the church FULL GOSPEL CHURCH Coriwr Lily and Vine'Streets Cl)de Belin, Pastor 9 30 a m, Sunday school N. W. Tranlham, Supt. 10 a. m., singing convention :onvenes for the day. 7-p, in., Junior "and Senior ?YPA. 8 p."ITU Evangelistic service, 'ilie .^cv. W. O. Singleterry in charge. Sermoji, "Prepare to Meet Thy God." . _.-..: Rad.lo broadcast "every Sunday, to 9:30 a. in. , The Rev. : \V. O. Singlcterry will peak tonight on the subject, "The Sin of Neglecting Christ.';.. Among the yoitngest.'dclcgates An outstanding Indian beauty,' sealed at the Democratic convert- Princess. Uushanya Mobjcy ol lion—and 'a pretty popular one, the Oklahoma Ghicksaw tribe, too — is Wilmoth Mason of jnado a liil wilh her songs at the convention. \SSEMBLV OF GOD " CHllRCH Seventh and Ash Sis. ' : Sunday, .school, 9:15 -•; A'. ; M. . .Morning service, ll-.OO A. M. • ..Jail service, 4;30 !'.• "M,-. . ^ Jr.- C, A., class,' 5:30 P. M. ' '•. '•'.-St. O. A.i class, 6:45 P.- M. ' '.; Evening 'service, 7;45 .p'.' M. '. Thc'Re\'. : ,N. H. Rhodes, pp.stol-. Is ccnducting a revival campaign n Memphis, and Rev. Mrs. .Slipdcs is ' : tn charge of the ser.- i'lces during" -his absence. ,Th> young • people : will hold u streH service on Main ; and First, street at B P. M. this evening. -,' t; •.-,-., - ------ .. , \j'":\ ; i FIRST, CHRISTIAN CHURCH '( Carroll Cloj-cl, Minister - ; '-Bible school, 0:45. I. O. Westbrook, superintendent. :f the wea- ttier : keeps you from .coming-; to church how do you attend to-youi business?- ' ' /.-..- Morilng worship, 10:50. -Sermon "Basis [Of Faith." , i' : . A '- ; . ; . "E\'ening. .worship, 8:00. sermon "Eldcrj and --Deacons." ;••-.-= ' Christian Endeavor at 7. Rs- ports fiom the Young Peoples Cqif- ferenca ' ••'.,.' i Mtd-teek ; servlce Wednesday eve- The Rev. .;C. G. Bolnmnon, of Cape Girardeau, Mo., will conduct ginnhig Monday and .'continuing them to spend a few days. Mrs. Taylor Segraves and Mrs. Edward Segraves entertained with two table bridge ^larly at the country home of Mrs. Taylor Ee- jravcs, Monday afternoon.. Summer flowers decorated the large porch where the tables were placed, Mrs. c, A. Robiuon, of Prcscolt, Ark., won lingerie for high score. Guests included Mrs. C. B. Crabtree. Avon Park, Florida, Miss Doris Walters, Fayctteville, Ark., Mrs. C. E. Crabtree of Avon Park, Fla., is visiting her jxircnte, brothers and Mrs. Bascom is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mor- Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Segraves. J.TOW. Mrs Kuby Beasley ol Lexing-, Walter Heard, formerly of here ton. Tenn., is veiling Her sister, a ,, d now of Nettlwft , £„, d Mrs. A. E. Moffett, ; ) the weekend here a; the houseguest J.-E. Cleaves of Memphis was j of Miss Maurine Branson.' •" guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. C.', Mrs. Charles vaughan, of Dailas, Cooke, sr., .Wednesday. Miss Mildred Galyean of Rlpley, Tenn., is the guest of Miss Victoria Layle. • Texas, will arrive Monday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs U S Branson and' family. Mr. and Mrs. •. C. L- Nabors and Rev. and Mrs. L. P. Flemmlngj daughter, Mjry Ann,'Mr. and Mn, had as Ihclr guests Mr. and Mrs. George Moore and H. T. Moore J. N. Flemming and children of have returned from a four day trip Rlpley, Tenn. j \° Reelfoot Lake, Tenn., and points Mrs. Guy Hencier;pn and chil- ln Kentucky, drcn and Mrs. Caldwcll of. Rip ley, Tenn.. visited in the hoini Banquet at Trumann for Grand Matron 0} O.E.S. L-EPANTO. Ark.—Over 200 guests ,rare present at a banquet given b/ tne O C fa chapters ol Lrinnto. ..Tvronza and Trumann ip the Trumann Community Hut, ricr.oring Mrs. Edith McClaln wcrlhj; grand matron of the O E. - S. of Ark/ihsas, who sharcc llorcrs vlth- other Usltlng dignitaries Of the grand chapter. Accused Indian'Stands On Old Treaty Right HART, Mich iUP)—Old Indlar treaties may ,bs. used to aid th I'cfense of Le6 Smith a full blc'cded .Indian, who was arresle cn r a charge of illegal trapping Crrith 1s no f a citizen of tli TJri(t«d Sialts, tut. he insists tha nil -Indian" were gljcn the rlgl td hunt and fifh tuider 6!d trea ties vhich the government ma< v,llh thc'r tribes-, '• " The honor guests were ' presented '! 1C , 6UKrl °' " r - , l>lld ' Mrs - T ' J ' •ith sport handkerchiefs as werei 15 "" 0 c( Biythcvlll^ nrty Tuesday afternoon comph- lenting her house, guest, Mrs. C. ^ Day of Singing Planned at Full Gospel Church , . A rtingemenls have been coiii (and sisters Mrs. R. W. Heanier pletm tor the Bl-Couhty Annual 'end Mrs. W. J. Morrow of Charles- ( Singing convention of Pemlscot j, ld Mj^issippi COUI1 n es W hlch will Mrs. Willie Ellas, Mrs. R. W. But- j ot Mr a "d Mrs. Charlie Eva: r, Mrs. Louise Mcllenry, and • "" s *' ccl: ii;s Carrie Mae Hires. | Mrs - J - R. Gatheus was visited i by her mother Mrs. A. S. Brown I ucsl Complimented Mrs. R. W. Butler gave a bridge ning at 8. are studying; our lor 'two weeks. Is • attending 'the ' -Arkansas Pas tors school at Hendrlx college Conway, Ark. He will return home Saturday an<K\wiU .preach Sunday at" 9 a. m. at-Luxora and at 11 a. in. and 7:45 p. in. at Keiscr. ticlpatcd In the bridge games at t'ne party given in the Progressive club.- /room. Tuesday afternoon by Mrs! David Lee, Mrs. W, B. Alexander, Mrs/ J. D. Smith and daughter, Mrs. Natalie King: Awards were won by Mines, W. W. PrewlUj Charles Ixm-rancc, Milton Pope, G. F. Bryant and J. II. Lovewell, Low score prlae was given Mrs. Mary Louise Melody. Out or town .guests were Mrs. Clyde La Plante of TurrcU Mmes. Rodney Banister, Russen Farr, F. B Joyiier, tngrsr, Louis Applebaum and Russell Marr of Blytheville; Mines. AV. F. Wilson. J. H. Grain, Joe cnllom. Ted Cotnci- and Miss Eloise Wright of Wilson; Mrs. W. C; -Crabtree of Avon Park. Fla. and Mrs, Georgia Williamson of Memphis. * • * Earl Qiiinn, John Blackwood. •Miss: Dixie 'Lee Quinn and Miss Frances Conway drove to Jones- bora Jast.nighl to attend the nig'nt ball game. ; : Miss 'Catherine Harwell, Miss Madeline • Ellen Kdringlon, : Miss Dixie Lee Quinn and Miss Charlotte Holt of Salem, 111., will leave in the morning for a two months' motor trip through' the west wit'n several weeks stay in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Miller are spending several weeks with rela- . fives in Mobile and Tuscaloosa, Ala. .v'IMiss Louise Jones, secretary for Eminelt E. Joyner Co., Memphis, returned to Memphis this after- college 'noon after spending her two. weeks Clack Shot Willj Slcns EL RSTERO, CaL. (UP) -i'H,^) 1 Elaslio. guardian for the water fowl, threw a stone 50 feet and killed a weasel that was preying on ducks. FULL D2LICATKSSHN LINK : Cheeses for all tastes • " Cold Meats of any kind Fruit Juice & Ginger Alp FIIESII YARD EGGS DAtLY I'lCKAKU'S CRO. .t MEAT MAKKKT Phone G73 — We Deliver 104-1 chlckasawba i Q i COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN! Saturday Only I.UXQKA ISA1TIST CHURCH L. : P. rierhming, l*astor Sunday School. 0:-I5 a. m. J. M. Majors, Suji't. Morning worship" 11 a ni. - •. ; . . - -. Evening worship, 8 p. m. Ordinance of Baptism -will be observed. church'^ history. You should .lie interested. " FIRST METHODIST : CHURCH Seventh and Main', W. V. Womack', Pastor The pastor is bnck from the Pastor's school 'and will be' in the Osceola Society — Personal . vacation Vicre u;ith riripju'ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.vJories. ' Uttlejolin-Simmons. Osceola. friends received announcement yesterday of the marriage of Miss 'Carrie Stcele Little- pulpit at both hours tomorrow lohn of Mem P nl s to James Edwrd Regular services at all hours "i Simmons of this city. The wed' ding took place June 7 at Marion. FIRST 1'KESBYTERIAN CHURCH hc co »P le>s onl y attendants were Stuart H. Salmon, Factor ,'Miss Martha Bradshaw and Harry "Most Important - Developments" ; M * t ' ock / -^ , „ U the litle of the niesage of the Thc bndc is tnc nlsce o{ Mr and Mrs. David Monk of 125 North Evergreen, with whom she tas made her home fbr two years. She Morning Worship service beginning.^ 11 o'dlock. v ' . :In'. the evening worship'/hour, ••••-.,•..,, *. ^- , beginning at 7:30 o'clock 'ttie-s'er- ^ s ' : graduated from Tet.1 high moh .will be on. the subject, "Has- '"*""' '"" '""° God Finished With the Jew?" oK "God's .Plan For His -Chosen • People." , : '. •,. ; :';. •Sunday church school f begins promptly at:9:45 a. m., with adequate facilities for all. .The Youn*People's Vespers begin at 6-45 p.' m. . . -. -. ,-school last-June. • Mr., Simmons was formerly fror.i Columbus, Miss., but for some tlm: has been associated with the B:n P. Butler CO; a"s bookkeeper and buyer. They are now at home at tlio home of Mrs. W. E. Burton. - - ' • v ' * Seventeen Uibles of players par- . Mr,' and. Mrs. Jack ^(Istiri of Memphis are here for the . weekend with Mrs.-Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Quinn. '" . Mrs. R, N. Marshall entertained with . a luncheon at the qla ridge Hotel in Memphis on Wednesday, 'iionoring her sister, Miss Marie Blue of Batesville. who is visiting her. Osceola guests were Mrs. C, B. Hall jr.,. Mrs. Garland Best, •Mrs. Guy Bobbins and Mrs. Earl Ko'bbins. Miss Ethel Jones returned home Thursday afternoon from Chicago where" 'she was graduated June 12 from the Nic'nolal Senn High schcoi. She will spend the sum- i mer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones. Mrs. F. M. Sangster is quite ill at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Packard and two children 'nave moved to Osceola to- make their home on Union avenue. Mr. Packard, who has been superintendent of the manual training department at West Tennessee Teachers college Memphis, is to have charge of the ,same" department in the Osceola schools next term. Fcpeyc Cartoon and Serial— With Ic'Tax —Continuous SliOMing— Courier News Classified Ads Pay. ORDERS TAKEN FOR. "BERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley 1100 Chlckasawba. . Phone 792 ton, Mo., last week. Mrs. Herman Kresse and chil-!be 1 Robison of Prescott. Ait,, and drcn - Herman jr.. pnd Betty, of tomorro-.v. ' ' t |, c oospe! church . ,, . liss -Doris Walters of Fayctteyllle, Llttlc ROC!I . Ark. usile'd In' the | The program will', begin "at .ik.. Mrs. R. core, a cry Vallace • Cook, a'picture, lor low. 10 W. Nichols won high ™ s ' ™ rj'stal pitcher, and Mrs. ' n ?*' cc j homes of Mrs. B. o. Wilkins and' o'clock, with stngJ-, 'throughout ,' rs ' ch . as - McDanicls the first ot|lhc day. 'mere will oe several spc- ik. Mrs. J . . c ' a ' quartets, duets,.' trios Gillespie has been other special numbers. . Loud -and Irs. Charlie Thomas, a bride, nnd j i liss Vi 'lect. Out Ur.->. Bob 'Summers, Mrs. Wolhc? : ook. end Mrs. Mosco-v McDcnr- jiau of Osceola, spMk'; s have beeii arranged to accora'Matc the large, crowd ex»...^ ...„.,.,„. „ „,,„. .,,,u, AJ . . ... pcctri! lo overflow the building, irgihia Flemming. bride-'Miss Virginia Poi'ti^ .„ 1;f ' 1 lo1 ' the visiting singers )ut of town guest!, \vere* , W r i wrn- " r- s-crvert in .various homes lo Wed William-Cross,of ti ;f city. ^ • - Al: mvltatioh has been culcnd- LEPANTO. Ark.—Announcement etl "'- Public to atlend. -- been made of the engagement D . — irMse Breakfast Mrs. .liiilse McIIi ,, u . u i.ti, iii*iuc ui inu cilb il B l:lil1 ' 1 " D * !• jof Miss Virginia PorlLs. daughter P.eviV.lllst Will r,entertain-,of Mrs. n. F. Porlls sr.,-and the; a« . *«io.-.i«,vii;c i>n,ii^iiij , ctitefiam-, ul .*'i^. u. r. rorus sr.,-ana luu ; 3. , _- .. ed with a.biidse'br^kfpst.Ttnivs-jlate n. F. Poitls sr., ot Lepanto.) meeting at Lost Cane day mohilng•• roinpHrhentlng Mr=.'tr> .William H.'Cross, n! Marlon. T E. Crablree,,Mrs. C. \. Roblv>n fon of Mr. and Mrs. C> j) Cross, and Mrs., Charlie • Thomas. .Miss of Hallpyville. Okla. Tlie mnrrtnge Carrie Mae Hires won high .'core, will be rolemnlzed in the late a luncheon set, Mrs. Cjublrce \vns summer after the bride-elect and presented a compact, Mrs. Robi- her mothei return frofn a trip to ten a candy dish,- • and Mrs. Long Drach. Cal. I scrvic" Thomas a'picture. . , j Miss Perils attended. Oulf; Park submin . *• ' ' (college. Gullporl, Miss,, nnd Miss• Howc'i Mrs. Henry Spann and -Miss Hutchinson's School In . Memphis,' snbjc. • Florence :Rush, have returned flntehlng from the Litter this dts.-v. i r ice M. Howcll, evangelist, of v -.vill l»gin a revival Sunday I ost cane Church of Christ, i'rs south of Manila. Bible will be discussed at each it each , wh3iv -irtd Bible questions, rvi. will -be answered by Mr. D,, r in g the revival such a s ^° followliiK will be Irom a- three weeks' • slay Springs, Mr. and Mrs.'R. .-d- "Unity in Christ"- "Re-- '-" "Baptism— ' Hot spring. Mr. Cross was educated at psr ... . , „,„ „„,,„„„_ the University of Arkansas, where and [c. r what? The Conversions Buller.wetil he received a degree In electrical ns Found in (lie Bible Wh«t a BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday school. 9:45' a.' m. Church, 11 a . m.1.lie Rev. J. T. Hartley, of Vardaman,''i\flss will preach ,mornh|g anil night , B. Y r -.P..U.. 6 p, m Church, 7:30 p. m I i Prayei; meeting, w e dli a s d a y night;-. ->> . • . • .. .-.- ! f-. ', | .CHURCH, OF THE NAZARENE ; Vine & Second Sis. , Harmon Holt, Tailor • Sunday : 'schooj, 9:45 a. ni--E "L Evans,'supt. •' Church, u a. in. Subject: "How to Have the Pearl Great Price" N.'Y,P..S. meets at,7 p. m.'for. prayer.' Mrs. J. c. diner, president. , Program, 7:30 p. m . Evangelistic service. 8 p. m Tlie lew, copies of. the Vaughan's song book...will, be used, with the-Rev C. •-. q.: Bohannoii. O f Cape Glr- aidca'u, - beginning his meeting. LUXORA METHODIST CHURCH James. T. Randall, Pastor Rev.' James T. Randall, pastor of Uixora-Kelser-Dyess churches ELECTRIC S~ACEfYLENE~~ WELDING "AT BEST PRICES PROMPT SERVICE Barksdale Mfg. Co. PHONE 19 ANNOUNCING • NEW EQUIPMENT ;\vluch we have jiut installed iii our Dry Cleaning Department,,making it one .of the mosb modern plants hv Arkansas. A new distilling system Just iu- •• stalled enables us-to thoroughly restore our cleaning solvent to its ; originnl condition: • The ordinary plant reclaims its : ." .' solvent with <T caustic- solution s ,. .which removes vegetable and an- iniiil fats. Our'new dislilling'sys- leni,'lio\vdver,n-cmoves ALL oils, including mineral and petroleum greases, which will net clarify in a caustic solution. This system enables us to always clean your garments with a pure, oil-free solvent. BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY Phone 327 Sunday - Monday ijflrtPTOSJttfs.'ar'-UiJ -i Ur-jiM^. ftV-tar 3 r;-JJ.i>.'T' J .' : -»r. ! * '" •'-' " i ^^'••'^. f ROBINSON BULLETS OR JOAN HUMPMP£V«,^6tlA8lT "I I'aranicunl Ncira and Musical-Shorls Ada.—Matinee S Mglit—lo & loo Wllh Ic Tax —Ccnliiiuous SliOH-inj;— TUESDAY. JUNK 30§75.00 BANK NIGHT: -CO^llNG SOON"LITTLE MISS NOtHlUY" with .lane Withers. "EARLY TO BKD" v.iii, claries Rug$lcs and Mary Ilnhm] / "HEARTS niVinU)" will,' Dick'v^ Powell and Mirion !), Jv ics.

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