The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 19, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TWO NEWS ' COURIER COMW^IMENTARV TICKET This Ticket Will Admit ' Mrs. D»\e Craig & Companion Bljlhcville > " ' -to the— RITZ THEATEE —to K«— "Lady • 'of the Tropics" Gave the Bard's Works the Works Social Calendar j MONDAY'S -'EVENTS Circle Two, Woman's Missionary 'society, First Methodtit church, ineellng with Mrs. Marcus -Evrard; Circle Three, Mrs. Jodie Nailers; Circle Fbiir, Mrs. Elton W. Klrby. .Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist, church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Circles One, Two, nnd Three, Woman's - Auxiliary. First Presbyterian church meeting 2'30 o'clock al church followed by general auxiliary meeting at three o'clock, ' "Woman's Missionary society, Lake Street Methodist Church, meeting :30 o'clock at, church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS ;rs V. O. Miller tntcilainlng lay .Contract clitb. Srder of Eastern Star having it'ed meeting, 7:30 o'clock at WEDNESDAY'S: EVENTS Mrs.' Charles Lahgston Kaflng ADC Bridge club. Town and Country club meeting with Mrs. J. W. Parker. THURSDAY'S EVENTS ;Mtss .Virginia Maflln, of Dell, entertaining her bridge clul) FRIDAY'S EVENTS ElyUieviUe, Osccoln, Huffman chapters of Order of Eastern Star having joint picnic at Walker Park, three o'clock. Jessie Brown Weds John J. Traynor Jr. Miss Jessie Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brown, formerly "of here and now of Glasgow, Scotland, became the bride of John J. Traynor Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Traynor Sr,, of St. Louis/. In a ceremony solemnized Ihis rnorh- Ing at the Church of the Immaculate Conception at 9:30 o'clock. • The Rev. J. J. Thompson, pastor of Uu> Immaculate .Conception church, i read -" -the 'service after which the Rev. Francis McDc'vItt said fhe nuptial mass Palms, fern and other giecnery banked the altar which was flank"td by, brpiizc floor. baskets of while gladtoh and bron?e cand,c!f-;bra holding : while .cathedral ,- tapers. Vases of while gladioli foimed the background of the altar. A .musical program was present' ed ,by Misses Marguerite Edwards, organist, and Mrs. Leslie Vincel, cf Cape Oirnrdeau, and Dr. Fred Child, vocalists. Before Die wedding march, Mi's". Vincel sartg "The Rosary." Millard's "Ave Maria" Was the selection Dr. Child sang miring -the offertory ol Hie mass. The organist plnjcd the MCddla* mf.ich from Wagner's "Lohengrin" as the bridal parly entered The bride, \vho \vns given in marriage by her godfather, John P. Lent), wore a model of white net : and French lace. The gowr was. designed .on Princess unit with a circular gored skirl, with alternating gores of lace and i:el The sweetheart)' neckline, caught, or each side by a .cluster ol orange blossoms, was accented by sv clone fitted bodice. Lcg-of-mutton slcevi • extended to' points over her hands Her finger tip veil of Illusion was attached lo a coronet of orange blossoms' She carried n - Steeie-Cooter Society—Personal = . ' • •• =s Hook Club Meets. Members ,ol .Hie Book dub were, entertained In Ihe- home of Mrs. I.eyon tarts Wednesday nftornomi. Mrs, fi. C. Stcelc_Sr. gave a report, by on (he play, "Golden Clifford odels! 'llic hoslcss served an Ife comae with angel food cake. i . T'nc next meeting of the soclc-iy will lie In Ihe home of Mis. T. A. haggard. At that lime Mrs. Lcyon tnns will ha,vc charge of Ihe program. ( * * * Mrs. Lewis Resigns. Mis, Tom Lewis,.who recently moved to Kennetl.. has resigned hem the Tuesday Brldgclcers c!ui> 01 Cooler and her rcsignullon wasl accepted at the regular meeting of (he club at the home of Mrs.! Floyd Wngstcr Tuesday afternoon. Mis. Jim Miller was elected to take I her place.. Miss Christine Unrncit >vai> it guest of Ihe club at tills i /iH'itine. ( lilgh score wla, a luncheon set,] mnl lo Mrs. Sidney Miller Jr. Second high and brfdgo awards both went to Mrs. Otws Cooyer who received salt nnd pepper .slink- 01 sets and n "w-aVl -sampler." The hostess served pineapple salad pliilc wilh iced orinks. Next Tuesday- members of the club arc to be cnlertalncd by Mrs. Lewis lit her horW In Kcunell with a farewell bridge party. There will pcssibly be several guests from iiumcit at this party. ..i\s Chili Tarty. Mcmbeis oi Ihe Tuesday Bridge club ot SldelC and two eucsls, Mrs Muschcll Uami'ii and Mrs. Gtraid avcoXs, were chlerlnHicrt in the home of Mrs. Kaymond this week. Cut flowers dccoraleci the home. The high score prize went to Mrs. Hninrn and low score prize lo Mrs. .1. B. German. '1'iic hoslcss served Iced drinks Bits of .Newi Mostly Pertoaalt SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1939 CHURCH NEWS I ?-- Mrs. L. I.,. Little Ro=k tomorrow for a" visit ringing . ri -'- B ™ I'OI.I, OOSI'KI, TABKKN'ACM-: L.lllyi, and Vine Streets A. Jenkins, pastor !):45 a;m. Sunday school. R-.y Handley, superintendent.. A class for every ago, 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. I (!:« p.m..p. Y. p. A. ficnha Ford, president. T.MS p.m. Evening worship. The licv. and Mrs. Tiioiiias cf Ifarlfcrd. I Ark., arc in ciiaicc of meeting now -go.16 being held eaclf ,11^:'"Special FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia and Ihe Hubeners will leave en n trip lo New Oilcans, Biloxi, Ciulf- j port, Port Glbscn and oilier poiuls In Mlsslssipjil. Xfrc n A I ».., I, . 1 j , . .*«.i^ nil! IJi; nu nif.lCllUlg SLU- Mi,l Vnrth ' ^ , dm "»> ta ' Ices tomorrow as the pastor ,s < Miss Marlha Ann Lynch, went lo vacation ' Srarcy yesterday for a few days' ! '. • . < I'tlt.ST CHRISTIAN' CIIOIIC'H fleargc w. I'allerson, minister 9-'45 a.m.-Sunday schcct. There Rill lie no preaching serv- is uu visit with Mrs. Lynch's slstei; Mrs. ' U. E. GarlingUn, and family.' Mrs. W. C. Hlgglnson Is Improving following an operation performed this week nl the Blylhcvillc hospital. . Miss Kathryn night for be joined Ihcrc by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morehead and Miss Nannie Clark Smllli, of. Wheatley, 'with whom she will return home.'Mrs. Morehead nnd Miss Smilh have) been spending Ihe summer in Lake Lure Camp fcr Girls at Lake Lure, N. C., whcrs they were counsellors and Mr. Morehead has been coun- sellor at Camp Sapphire In Brc- vard, N. C. C. P. Tucker Is Improving following a major operation performed 12 days ago at llic Memphis Bap- list, hospital. Ills daughters, Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Miss iLynellc Tucker, who had spent a fbw.days with him this week, returned home last night but Mrs. Tucker and anolher daughter, Mrs. Plcctwood Hnlhorne cf SVashinglon, D. C., remained with him. Mrs. J. M. Jcnlz, Mrs, Eugene FIRST MKTHOIHST CIIUKC'II E. H. Williams, pastor Chtirch school, 3:45-a.m., Dr. W. K Brewer, acting superintendent. Morning service, 10:55 a.m., broad- east over KLCN. last J Evening scricc, 7:30 o'clock. The li'nslor will deliver thc message nt both services. There will also be special music at bath. Ycung 1'copte's meeting, 6:45 o'clock. Von me Invited lo worship with Six weeks,-40 pencils, miles o£ adding machine (ape — trial's what 20-year-old Helen Brown used to count 045,843 words in complete works o£ William Shakespeare. It was jusl one detail in job of getting cony i ready lor tonic-slants in non-- (l " vlrtg lhc 6!U11CS atul ll1 the cl(xse ;stop- typewriting marathon • nt 01 H ^° a' 101 ' 1 ™' 1 scrv(v<t « refresh- Toronto, One., Aug. 25-Sept. !>, Is tloblcss In Cltil). Miss MnVgaret McCIure was hostess lo mcmbeis of her Jolly Efgh Bunco club and two fitiesi-s. mis. iiitim White and Mrs. Abncr Ashcraft, Thursday niglil. Mrs. Asii- tiafl was elected as n new member. ' The high score prixe, n llwe! •Wifcky wciil to Mrs. While, the bun- co award, a pan, went lo Mrs. they be at home at 11UI 'earn street. For traveling, Mrs. TVa'yiior wire n slate lilne silk Jersey ensemble ivith a dtiuoiincl trim. '.Her acces- "orics iverc In white ami she wore a tailored, shoulder corsage of pi'ik iP^?.>\.'^-. •': ' ' Lnst'Bighl, members (if Die l>rl- Inl priity," family niui a few intl- 'nale friends of the couple wore I'lKST rKlJ.SJJl'TIiftl.V.V C'HUHCll Janic.s A. O\'erhoJvcr, pastor 9M5 a.m. Smida.v school. 7:00 p.m. Young People's Jiieit- There be no morning or evening service as Ihe paslor is on vacation. THE 1'II.GUIM TAllEKNACLIi UO Chc:rr,v Slrccl O, \V, Doss, pastor 0:45 a.m. Sunday scluol. ll:W) a.m. Morfiing worship, 7:45 p.m. Young Pe:ple's .service. p.m. Evangelistic service. Dickinson and duughlcr, Jan, nnd | 1:315 p.m. Wednesday, praper scrv- Mrs. L. I.. HuVjcncr spent ycslernny ice. Ashcraft who cntcrtnined followiiiii the rehear-1 score prize, 11 also received low , . . . soup dipper, Mrs. sal with an informal party at llic Jiunes L. Cassldy retwvorl me Rustic inn by llic Misses Whit-1 IrnvcMng bunco prize, a (en slrnln- •vcrlh. Oulstimding . amon? viicl cr. decorations were nrrangemeiils (if! 'Ihe hostess served ice cream Sunburst dahlias and blue vnsssl topped with chenlcs, cookies ana of asters and snapdragons In paslol shadis, * * * Arc Guests of club . Mrs. Olio Scrape and Miss Martini Randall of Llllle Rock, houseguest ol Miss Helen Tlndtil, played L-ards at the home of. Miss Mary Slizatelh Bcnuu yesterday .nfter- n:on when she entertained mom- ers ol her bridge club willi a party. Miss Thutnl was n ten guesl. A rose scheme was carried out in both Ihe dceoniti us-nnd i" »• dessert course which -was served Ice cream moulded in the shape of an open rose was served with cake. In Addition to the bouquets ol roses which decorated the house, the tallies were' also ornamented shower bouquet of while gladioli I with r;se designs. florettes and -tuberose blossoms Miss Patty Shane was high ami thrtiigh which was arranged a shower of ma!inc. Her only ornament way an antique cross nnrt chain, an heirloom of Ihe TrayiiDr family. dresses of Miss Mary Lou •aynbr of St. Louis, sisler ol thc iegroom, who attended the aide as maid of honor, and Miss Whllworlh, bridesmaid, were fashioned on'tlie~same princess lines as the gown of Ihe brtrto. Miss Traynor, who wore sunburst peace, carried an arm bouquet of pink roses and blue delphinium, while Miss Whltvrorlh, In Madonna blue, had an arm bouquet of Talisman roses" and delphinium. In their , hair the attendants wore matching velvet ribbons tied in three bows over the crown of the head with streamers reaching t'o the waistlines. Their ornaments were single strands of pearls, gifts of Uie bride. Mr.Traynor .was attended by ins brother, Roger Traynor of St. Louis as best man, and Leslie Vincel of Cape Girardeau as groomsman. Ushers were Jerry. Harwell and Kenneth Shenniman, A wedding breakfast followed in the-Blue'-room-of, the Hotel Noble. In additicn to the rmmbsrs of the bridal parly, guests were received "by the bridegroom's parents, another' sister, Miss Helen Traynor, Mrs. John F Lenll, Miss May Dickson, who Is 'the 'bride's godmother, and Miss Athantl Whitworlh. The bridfc's table had a centerpiece of the while .wedding cake decorated, with 'silver' leaves and pink rosebuds and flanked with white taper* In,crystal candelabra. In the center of the other tables •nefe bouquets ot pink rosebuds and candelabra. Greenery Interspersed with pink roses ^as arranged vertically through the centers of the table. -'••'•'.•. ^ v Mi. end Mrs. Traynor left, on a ' Y^lng fell) to Uie Lake of .-the Oiarks end other points nearby. Opoa their return In two-weeks, Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of i\fr. and Mrs. Tom F. Martin, -*as second high among the club members in the bridge games. Miss Randall and Mrs. Scrape were also resented gifts. - * * 'nti'rUtns C-'lufj In Honor of Gucsl, iVfemlwrs t f • (he. Tuesday Night Supper club and Mr. and Mrs. J. l.'uis Cherry were entertained at a bridge parly last night given by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunninghiim In honor of their houscgucsl, Mrs. W. T. Morrow, of Fort Worth, Tex., tister cf Mrs. Cunningham. Gladioli, marigolds and roses cere arrrtnjcd about the living rcom and also the dining room where Hie guests were served a salad cnirsc al the conclusion of the games. High score prize mncng the women »cnl lo Mrs. Harry W. HainK and among the men, lo Mr. Haines. Mrs. Morrow was also presented a gift. * » ^ Have Scavenger Hunt Thirteen members of Ihe H year old Hustler's Union of the 15 Y P U. of the First Baptist church nnd' two visitors were entertained at a scavenger hunt last night. The group met at seven o'clock at the home of Jackie Smilh. Clarence Jolm.son and Hilly Carter found the articles in less lime limn anyone cise. When they returned after the hunt, refreshments were seized bv Miss Smith. Knocked Out b.r Oim Drive COLUMBIA, S. C. lUP)_Whlltcn Williams of Wagoner was practicing his strokes by driving golf balls against a wall 40 yards away, one afternoon in Memphis, Eddie B. David Is able to be out following a slims operation performed at the Memphis Baptist hospital Monday. , Mrs, Howard Caldwell, of lint Springs, has joined her two children, Cyhthin and Michael, who arc visiting thclf .grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. V: G. Holland, here. Mrs. Cnldwcll came Wednesday with her father, Mr. Holland, who had been attending lo business In Little Rock. Mr. nnd Mrs. Holland,. Mrs. Cnldwcll and children and --' Miss Frn'nccs Holland will go lo Jones- coro lonlght lo spend the weekend with Mr. Holland's daughler, Mrs. Paul Whlltlnglon, and family:' Mrs. Caldwell and children will re- 1 main for n longer visit before returning here to visit 'until Ih'e" third of September. Mrs. Fred Child is Improving following a major operalion performed at Ihe Walls hospital. She was removed from Ihe hospital 'lo her home Thursday morning, but .Mil probably be confined lo her, bed for another week. Hugh Nelson Thompson ,lr. lias relumed from Dexter, Mo., where ho visited friends for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Little and sin, Charles, Icll today fcr a 10. The Sunday morning'service will be given over lo the singers and u school representative frcni the l-ll- Biim Bible Training school of Colorado Springs, Colo, Everyone is invited lo hear these singers.anil Ihe leclnrcr. t'IKST CHUKCII OF TUB : " . NAZARENE Euplia I>. Hcaslcy, pastor 0:45 n.nv Sunday school. Noble MCCulla'r, superintendent. ll-.OO a.m. Morning worship. Sermon subject, "The Abounding Blessings of Pentecost". • 6:45 p.m.'N. Y. P. S. , 1:30 p.m. Evangelistic service. Sermon subjecl, "God's ^X-rays." We ocrdially invite you to attend the services. ' • •"•' : J--.- ornngcadc. Family Ucunlon llirthilay* Dinner. All elaborate dinner was served at thc country home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCullough of the New Survey community Sunday in honor ot (lie birthday anniversary of homecoming lit Leop:lrt, lurt, and Mrs. Annie Smilh of Osceoln, and, w m n i so v | slt n l, fcvausvllle, French McCuilough of Kcnton, i nek mid West Bnrtcu, Iml. Mrs. Opal Blakcm:re is recovering following an operaticn per- days' vacation in points of They plan to attend Ihe annual Ttnn., Sunday. There were approximately one hundred members of Ihe families and friends who attended ivom Kcmon, w>.w- bcrn, Dycrsbiug. Memphis and uhcr points of Tennessee, QsceoU. fct'eclc and vicinity. Daughler N'nmed. The seven pound daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Inlbsrt Kcltey, of Joneslioro. who was l:orn at (he St. Bernard Hospital in Joneslioro p last week, lias been minted 'Nancy I formed August 3 at the BlyUicvHlc. hospHnl. T. P. Davis of Dolivar, Teiui., and Trcdwell Davis of Atlanta, On., returned lo their hcmes yesterday after having been llic guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ncal, nnd family for a few days. T. p. Davis Is a brother of Mrs. Ncal and Trcrtwcll Davis is n nephew. Miss Nettle May Banard of l'V>r! Danielle. Mrs. Kcllcy is the former Miss Rufcyc L=c Williams of Stcele. Cr.ldy-G.-illin. KuUi Helen Uallin of Pus- i Smith, will rcliirn lo her home Ihe first cf the week nflcr having spent 10 days here with Miss Alexn Williams and her parents. Ihe Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Williams. Her par-' ent.'i. Mr. anrt Mrs. I. W. Baiinrd, coin. Mo., and James H. Orady. o'f|cf Fort Smith, will molor over for Imyll. were married at. the home of the Rev. J. W. Cunningham, pastor of llic Steelc Baptist church. Friday niglil.' Aug. 11. They tti.l mnke their home in Hayli. Mrs. Woorirow Shellon nml riaughlcr. Dixie Jane, have re- lurncd lo Ihclr home in Chicago aller a visit here with friends and relatives. Homer Walers, accc mpaulcd by Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Pills and chil- dun ol Sharon. TJnn., left tlie. Inttcr part ot Ihe week for n visit wilh Jack Pitts and Barney Hln- sc.n of Ne,rth Carolina. her. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Burns, of JacksonviUe. 111., are thc guests of Mrs. Burns' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Hnmby. 'I'licy were ncccin- panied here by Jess Hnmby who Is attending bltsinc.w collese in Jacksonville. They., came Wednesday and will probably be here for n week. • •;' Mrs. Uennrd McRirlnurl, iicc:in- pnnlrrt by Mrs, W. M. McF.irlancl of Srn.ith. returned this morning from Memphis where they spent a few days with Mr. and Hfrs. Frank Glissfn. Jimmic Jean [Jrowufield, rtccvcrin^ at the Memphis SI. ^- '"•'"'''' fcpli hospilal where she underwent f?, r '? n >n nppetdeetomy Ihe first of the had been visiting in to fiennth with Mrs. week. Misses Glendcan Jones autl Louise Bickham are spendiiis the lat- Icr part of the week in Memphis, They were accompanied by Mrs, Velma Pulliam. who is visiting friends. ' Baxter Southern was a business visitor In Mcmiihl.- Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom C. Lewis of • r , , I- Morr, sc tt mo- ? ° Miss. Olga Hartmann. of New Orleans, came this morning to spend the weekend here with Miss Thelma Worthinglon and family. Mr. and .Mrs, Tom Phillips left PILGttlAl l.UTUliUAN-- CHimctl Sixth ;inil Walnut Slrccls ' 11. .1. Klrinilicnsl, piistnr ' Divine -service D:45 n.m. Sermon loplc, "The Glorious Mag'nlflccncL of. Our God," Sunday scli;ol mcels cnch Sim- Aay 1C:45 a.m. We invite yen lo our services FIKST ASSKMKI.V OK GOD Seventh hnd .Ash slrecls S. A. Merrill, jiaslur 8;30 a.m. Haclio program. a-.45 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Devolkn service. 2:30 !>.m. Men's prnyer mectint 1 l>:30 p.m. Christ Ambassador, meeting. 8:00 p.m. Erangellslic service. You nre,invited to attend Ihesi. ST. STEPHEN'S TIPISG'Ol'Ar. CllUtttill Maltlir.w A. Curry, nricsl-in-clHirgi 10:00 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. W. W. Pre«itt, of Osce- ol;t, lay leader, will conduct services. Bloomfield Evangelist Holds Oak Ridge Meeting CCOTER, Mo.—Tlic Rev. \y T. Jlolley, minister of Hie Bloomfield Jiethodist cliurcli and for 30 years n successful evangelist and pastor, will begin a mcelJjK? at the Methodist, church at Oak Kldgc Sunday According to the paslor, the Rev. H. L. Wasnor. who will assist him. Song service will be In charge of C. H, Bym. Tlie iiublic is Invited lo attend all services, the pastor said. t-'l I had tfie lovWiesl- time! We hid in the cave in Claribcl's parlor nnd were attacked by Indians!" lie following passages from the Christian Science texlbook, "Sci- nce and Heallh with Key to Ihe •criplurcs", by Maiy Baker Eddy: There can be but one Mind, bc- ausc there is but one God; and if norlals claimed no oilier Mind and accepted no oilier, sin would lie inknown." Page 469. 1'lTtST UAI'TIST CUIIHCH \V:ilin:t ill Eighth I\cv. Alfred Cai [icnlcr, j>a.slor Sunday: 9:30 n.m. Sunday school. ICK'IO a.m. Morning worship. Spe- cini music: ladles' Irio. Solo: Frank II. Stamps. Sermon: "Baptists in a New Age." 6:SO p.m. Training Union. 7:30 p.m. Preaching service. Special music: duct. Miss Marjoric Vflrncr and Miss Jean Harrison. Solo: Carlynn Hood. Sermon. "When Tragedy Is Mis- underslcod." Wednesday: All-Church Night-. 7:CO ii.m. Departmental meetings. 7:30 p.m. Mid-week service. BAPTIST CHArEI,, Lilly St., 0:30 a.m. Smul.iy .school. Coolest Spot in Town W»tch Society 01 Courier New* F«i Free Show Gueiti Saturday Rev. Turner To'Preach At Luxcra On Sunday LUXOHA. A>-k., Aug. 18.—The Rev. J. a. Turner of Alamo. Term., will preach at the mcrninj and evening hour cf worship at the Luxora TBapJist church, Sunday, Aug. 20. The Rev. Turner is a former pastor of the Luxora church, having been the first pastor cf Ihe church when dedicated in 1914. To Exhibit Canning ' ;•• Budget At Fair Here Rural women of Mississippi county win bcknj lo home, demonstration clubs are planning lo exhibit n complete canning budget at the Mississippi County Fair lo be held here flcpt. 27-Oct. 2. Fruits, vegetables, meats and other foods Kill be shown in glass jars with the exhibit 1-3 contain the amount needed lo provide for a family f five pcrscns throughout tlic year, except when these products are available In the garden and when meal is cured. Miss Cora Lee C:leninn, county home demonstration agent, is in charge of the bo:th. At Tha Hospital* Ulythevilte hospital Mrs. E. H. Trnmblc, city, admitted. Joyce Marie Prater, clly, admitted. Barbara Bobo, city, dismissed. Rudolph Bryant, Slcele, dismiss- Ed. Walls hospilal M. H, Whalley, city, dismissed. Bee Burrow, Manila, dismissed, Mrs. L. T. Burton, Sleclc, dismissed. Memphis Unptist \hospilal Junior Adams, Leachville, admitted, i • Harvey Gray Jr., Dycss, admitted. Burel Mangrum, Warden, ad- niiUetl. Mrs. Minnie McCoy, Joiner, admitted. today for Baton Rouge, Ui.. where Romans 11:33. Hips' pnreni-s, Phillips, .iml CHURCH or ' Dciiku HI. A'enl, minister fiord's Day services: 10:00 a.m. Bible study. 11:00 a.m. Morning vv.:rshi|). 11:45 a.m. Communion. 8:09 p.m. Preaching. ~ Wednesday's services: 8:00 p.m. Song service and study. Daily brondc.-isl over KI.CN Mon- rfny nnd Saturday frcm 12:15 to 12:30 c'clock and Sunday from 2:30 to 3:lf> o'clock. WMtlSTlAN SCll 110 ,S. llroailwajr \ MIND is thc subject of the Le;;- | son-Srrinon which will be irad in j all Churches and Societies of the * Church of Christ. .Scientist, onj Sunday. August 20. 1039. The Golden Text is: "Wlio linth I known thc mind of Ihe Lord? '• Or who hath been his counsellor? , . . . For of him, and through him, ' and to him, are all tilings: to whom ! be glory for ever." Romans 11:34. X. Among the citations which comprise thc Lesson-Sermon Is the following from the Bible: "O the depth ol the riches both of thc wisdom and knowledge of Godl"i K/icro-Phctography File For Students' Records PHILADELPtffA (UP)—Tciniilc Utitvcr.sily will inaugurale a ne\^ pvstcin of filing students' records— through use of micro-pholojrapiiy In an cfforl to conserve siiacc icciuircd for filing, motion picture; rif approximately 12.COO, student rercrd cards will be made. The film can then be stored in a sm- .gic" desk dran'cr where formfriy 100 si:cli reccplnclcs were required. Dr. M. L. Skaller ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OP HIS NEW CLINIC ON THE 2nd I'loor of Tltc 1st. is'atl. Bank Bklg. Housewife Leaves Kitchen To Become Steeplejack AGINCCURT, Out. (UP)—M'-s Charles Miner, a comely, pelite blonde gave up the uneventful hie ol a housewife a year ago lo l>c- ccmc Canada's only woman steeplo- jack. paint brush on some of Ihe high- st sleeples. fla^ pcles and watc-i lowers in the Dominion. "I like it belter ihan waslvin lishrs. I'd ralhcr work up Iherc Uiandolotsof jobs on the ground,' Mrs. Miner said as she prepared lo clamher lo thc lop of a church sl^cple. EXJ'ERT ELECTRIC WIRING r.ii.umrui, LINE OF ELECTRIC FIXTURES Klrclnc Hangos and \Valcr Healers WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP 110 So. 2nd I'bonc ;U8 ITS A TOUCHDOWN TORtJADC fROM START TOflNlSH.' — j .,«ffli •THE MflKKWHSOH ' CLORW DICKSOW -DIMM t> KCEL WMkdbj WARNER EB05.. Alirsl Ud'IPKIwt Also ciirlnnn' ,t scriiil Trail." C'onlinuoiis sftou'. "Oreson Admission till 5:01) p.m. lOo It SUc Admission aflcr 5 r.'». ICc, & 'ilc Sunday - Monday ass Also Taramount News & Comcily Continiini;s shoiv .Sunday. A<lm. Sun. iM.if. «• Night Ific * She Ailmis. jMominy Malinec lOc A 2(ic Ailmisiinii Monday Nighf ICc & 3Gc they will \l;ll Mr. Phillips' pnrenis, The Lesson-Sermon also includes Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Phillins, .iml — family for JSS^jr ^'"r ^ win leave"lo_ f. week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Lemons! Lewis' mother, ond other rch Tennis "Item Man" Appears COLUMBIA. S. C. (UP)-Jack the Glanl- Killer had iiolhing on Earn Daniel, Columbia, who won „ ,. Ullt . tllrc e state Icnnis tournaments In ball he Elruck loo hard, n Ixiunccd one (la ,5'- Daniel won- the men's 'back, struck him between the eyes 5in B' es in slralghl seU, teamed with and tnocked him out. I Jack Joyce, Spai lanburg. to lake j the nien's doubles, end played with 1 Sara Rushton, Columbia, to win Bead Courier.NCT.-S want ads.- the mixed doubles title. vacation. v | Miss Mary Outlaw returned to her home in Rector toda'y all^r having spent a few days here wlUi Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Chaiublin nnd family and other friends. Mr. and ^^rs. Ray Reynolds and daughter, Doris Ray, who have made their home here for Ihe past year are moving lo Marked Tree where Mr. Reynolds has bssv; transferred. He Is with the United States Engineers. Coins lo llic nib rm a FREE TICKET! Trade here nnd get free llckels to cllhcr Ritz or Roxy Hi calves at our expense. S10 lu Trade Adult TIcKol S5 In Trade — Junior Ticket RITE PRICE STORES 111 E. Main 320 \v. Main ONLY ONE SERVICE AT THE TENT SUNDAY Corner 7(h & Main A i 3.1?. M. - - -'Subject " ANGELS " atONDAY NIGHT THE TRINITY MALE CHORUS FROM MEMPHIS I No finer musical organization than this has. cvfir. your city on any occasion. --TON1GHT-- Al. 7,-'15 P.M. 'The Man of Sin' Tune KLCJ\ T -10:30 hrough Saturday FRIDAY, AUG. 25 200 GOOD RKASONS Why You Should Attend iVhftincc or Nighf s s ? ? § § $ ROXY Admtsslnn always lOo * tBr Mallncw Frl.-Sat.-Snn. Last Times Today Also cartocm & serial "Hawk uf Wildcrnes-i." Continuous shoTr Saturday. Sunday-Monday

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