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BLYTI1EV1LLE,-. (AUK.) COURIER NEW* SATURDAY, SEPTKMBEK 2, 193') CHURCH NEWS • TODAY'S PATTERN COURIER NEWS COMFLIMENTAUY TICKET , This • Ticket Will Admit C. H.> Youiij & Companion Osceola —lo the— R1TZ THEATER —to ««— "When Tomorrow Comes" Social Calendar . MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Mlssipnary society, I'irsl. Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clcck at church. Executive board, Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian churcli, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church; Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. . • ,' Beta Chi Sunday school class, First Piesbjlerian churcli, meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Dixie Crawford. Compliment IJrldc-Klecl At Two rattles Yesterday Tlie first parties in a serle.s of affairs, being planned for Miss Anita Str&Vke, daughter of Mrs. Louise Strncke, whose marriage to Claude p. Scoggiu Jr., will be foleimilzed this fall, were given yesterday afternoon and last night. Mrs. G, s. Stevens ami Mrs. Walker H. Baker entertained 21 guests at the Stevens home yesterday afternoon at a bridge parly and.miscellaneous shower. Mrs. L. C. B. Young, of Osceola, was an out of~ town guest, ' A pastel color scheme was carried out in the decorations. Asters and roses iiv the pastel shades were arranged about the entertaining roojns and truit. drinks in the various colors were served during the games after which a dessert course was served. White cake and pink ico cream arranged to term a basket had a green handle and was complimented with pink and white candies and nuts. Miss.Martha Ann Lynch received high and Miss Virginia Mitrlln, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Martin, second high score prize in the- bridge games. The hostesses presented Miss Slracke with a silver sandwich plate. Other gifts were presented the guest of honor by litlie Sandra Lee Lonjj, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Toby bong who, dressed as a pink Cupid, pulled them. in by pastel colored ribbons with which they • were tied. The second parly was given last night by Miss Virginia Little and Miss. Jaiib'McAriams at:tho Liltlc home. Twenty guests Including Miss Martha Randall, of Little B:ck, houseguest of Miss Helen Tindal, attended the bridge parly and crystal shower. Miss Anita Stracke received lilgh score prize in Hie bridge games ami .was presented a crystal bowl by her .hostesses. The bow! which «as filled will) red roses and tuberoses formed Ihe cehtccpiece of the dining table on which the ether gifts of crys- ihl were arranged. The entertaining rooms were dee- orated with asters and roses in the pustel shades while a pink and white scheme was carried out In the refreshments. Heart shaped cakes with pink hearts embossed on them and ice crenm in Die center of which was a pink heart were served. « « « Has Handkerchief Shower Miss L:\iise Brouinee. who will -enter Arkansas .Slate college at •Arkansas State college at Jonesboro next week for her first year, was complimented with a handkerchief shower yesterday given by Miss . Robin Gill at her home nt Dell. The 20 guests whc were entertained at the parly played Chinncse checkers. After the gills had licen opened, the hostess served a salad plate. * » * Kc-etcct Officers " Officers who have served the Ladies' Bible class of the Fitst Methodist church for the past year Here re-elected at a meeting of (he group last night at the home of Mrs. Frank Webb. Airs Sallic HuWer is the president .of the group, oilier officers are: Mrs. Mary Ncal. vice president; Airs W. A. Stickmon, secretary; Mrs. E. E. Hardin,' treasurer; Mrs. L. M. Bundle, reporter; Mis. Lee Armstrong, devotional clmlmnu. Mrs. T. J. Crowder presented the devotional and prayer. Ice cream and cake were served during the social hour which fcliowed. Besides the members, guests were Mrs. O. C. Ganske and the Rev. E. B. Williams, pastor of the church. ' Entertains fcr Visitors _Mi-E. Rolen Potter entertained eight guests with a party Wednesday night at her home at Gosnell >ln honor,of her sister. Miss Enla •Mae Snider, of Memphis, who lias been spending the summer with her. Miss Snider returned to her ' h:mo ycslerday afternoon. Amusements of the guests were a treasure hunt, a musical romance and the Virginia reel followed by a slumber parly. A midnight supper.'.of "sandwiches, ice cream and relishes-was .served. / . , . Uecl Officers • : Betty, Rogers was elected pi esi- ,' dent cf the T. O. B. club yesterday aflemooifrtohon the members were entertainer! by her and Roberta Jlornian at the Flornun hcirm. ,; \Cthej: officers clusen were: Ro- ..ierla'FlC'nrian, vice president and reporter^ Connie Dent/Hi, .treasurer; Margaret' CrooJc, secretary. FLAPPER FANNY Bits of Newi Mostly Periowl* Miss Plorine Jnrboc came Homo ycslerday frwn the SI, Joseph's hos- """' In Memphis where she has pi I nl CALVAHV 'EPISCOPAL CHUItCII OSCKOI.A | M. A. furry, lirlcsl-ln-eliargc I Evening Prayer and sermon at 7:30 o'clock. FIRST C1IUKCH OF TI1K . NAZ/VKKNU Kupha I). Beaslcy, pastor For Kilehcn Splashing Try This Smart Cover-all Apron *-i- -J- <L . . j | 'You'll like this neighborhood.- Just stay oil Mrs. Taylor's lawn, an' don't lease Mrs. I'lirkcs' dojf, or try vanipin' Chuck. We've all got terrible- tempers."- A combination stilnd and sandwich plate was served at the,con- clusiin of the games. Discuss Year's Work Plans for the year's work were discussed at a meeting of the N. Y. \\ S. of the First Ohurch of the Nazarenc last night at this home of Mrs. O. A. Dunavanl, of Stcelc. Mrs. Mildred Mayo presided. During the business session. Mrs. Bou Tyrone and Mrs. Mayo were named to the membership committee, Mrs. Fred Stevens, Mrs. Ray White and Mrs. Eddie McGregor lu Ihe entertainment committee, and Mrs. U Q. Tyrone as program chairman. The 10 guests rcastcd woiners on the lawn of the Diumvniil home following the meeting. r. : r :",0sceola ; Society — Personal Airs.- If. C. tlaviilsnn tlnlcHams, A purple and nold .sclllni; was arranged, by using baskets of marl- gold and digitalis in the enlcrtnln- incnl rooms and sun parlors o( Uie H. C. -Davidson home; yesterday afternoon when s he hud five tables playing bridge. A coincident noticed in (lie color noto was the fact that purpto and gold arc llui rotors of the Osceola High school and that Mrs. Davidson Is lo leach the kiVKtiTBailcn age group of children (his term. Hurricane light* went lo Mrs. A. W. Bowcn for highest fcorc, an:! nn-antique gold necklace to Mis-, Blanche Cleere for second high score. Miss Emma Cox was awarded a piece of Rossvlllc pnttrry lor low prize. The only, out-of-town ?,ucst playing was Mvs. T. V. Conner of Dyess. Havr l.awn Curly. The Rev. Lester M. filckford. as- slslcrt by Mrs. K. II. Fletcher, was i'.or.t to sixteen hoys and phis of (he intermediate ages in thn. Christian churcli at an out-door party on (he church lawn Thursday night. Ping pong, badminton aiyl other games were played. The Kcv. Mr. Blckford has announced a nicotine for Sunday night to or- (:aiii/.e tlie young people of the church into Christ inn Endeavor unions. Tlicse present \vcrc Ruth Fnir- 05-, Betty Butler, Edna Gore, Kloiso Beaton, Hetty Sue Mastin. flora Leech, riorciis Jones. Marjorie Edrltigtcn. Josephine Snnrlock. Lincoln I-'airley. Billic Sraton, .lean Johnson. Dudley Lynch, • Hil- lic Corseliiis. Bill tnrgcnl. Vtviting I'asfor Here. The Ucv. B. B. Bourlnnd antl Mrs. Bourlaiid of Flciningsbntg. KJ-.. arrived yesterday lo lie the guest of Mrs. Bom-land's sister. Mrs. J. C. Young and family. Rev. Bourland. who Is pastor of the First Christian church In his city, ivill preach at the Osceola church Sunday mcrniiig. The Bourlaiwis have visited here on ssveral occasions in the past. bama. They arc euosU of Mrs. '!'. L. Selman and Mrs. Alma Brcckcnridac, sl.:ler iimi niece of Mr. Miller's living in Tuscaloosa; Mrs. Q. \v. Tucker, anotlier sister of lirt-B llvlnir hi Grove Hill, will be visited; they will return liomn by w«y of Albcrtvllle, Ala., to visit Mrs. Miller's mother. Mis. M. V. Ecmmes, and also another sister, Mrs. S. H. Lcath. Mr. and Mrs. Tom t/>ve of Joiies- boro spent several days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Welby Yoiinn the past week. Mr. Love, brother of Mrs. Young, and Mr. Young went to Little Rock on business during the week. Miss Fay Stevens of Magnolia, Ark., will arrive tomorrow to begin her school at Grlder ncsl Monday, i This marks, the thirteenth year Miss Stevens has laught the Ovltlcr school. Mr, and Mrs, OCOVKC Basil Se- gvavcs of Little Hock will drive over today to spend Ihe weekend wllh ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. O, B. Scgravcs. Mr. and Mrs. D, R. Wcrlz ave husiucss visitors in Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clay Yonnu of Jonesbovo will cmne to Oscoola today to spend the weekend with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe 0. Young. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Taylor plnu lo leave Monday for a vacation at Montcf-Kle. Term., as guests of his brother. Dr. T. F. Taylor at Crimp Unacka. Mvs. L, C. B. Yount! yislLcd her mother,- Mrs. C. S. Slcvens, in Blylhcvillc Friday nud attended a pavly given by her. R H. Hums attended the annual Fall Visiting Day held at the cotton branch experiment station nl Marlaima Tlmv.iday, Prominent speakers on the day's program were Dr. Waller B. Horlachev, dt-au and director' of the University College of Agriculture; T. Roy Relrt. regional director of FSA, and Gov. Carl Bniley. Mr:i. Rolrerl II. Kcmlrick was hostess to the members; of the Friday Bridge club in her home yesterday. Mrs. Yott E. Whltt- morc received a houdoir lamp for the award. The club will lie guests of Mrs. C. F. Mauley on next, Friday, Assembly Of God Meeting Continues 'Hie evangelistic meeting now be ing conducted by the Mitchell evangelistic parly at tile Assembly cf God church, Scve-nlh and Ash streets, will continue every night ne.xl week bcijlnnlnp at 7:45 o'clock. p«ich service is prerpded by the Boo.sler Bund for children up to the age of It ycins. All children nre Invilcd lo nttrnil the Band mcellue nl 7:15 o'ckck. The"Rev. Donald Mitchell is a | fierj- Texas evangelist, who preaches | the Bible in the old fashioned way. [ the' Rev. S. A. Merrill, pastor of the church, said as he issued nn invi tation to (lie public to attend. .. Miss Inrx Kincaid. home stralicn agent for (lie south of Miwisslppi county, accompanied by Mrs. Norman Clay of Etowah and Mrs. Ruth Uycss nf nyrs«, Is attending the two-day school uf instrijclion being held in Blytheville by Miss Sybil Bates of Little iicck, agricultural extension spe- diilisl in home Industries. Kiidav's ricinoiiatratioii was In building a sli.'d'o couch, Other irincsrnt.i- livcs from nearby counties \vrne present for Die periods of Inslru;- lien held In the county. Mrs. John Miller, accompanied by her daughter, Mis. J. Paul , Balrd and livo daughters. Joan ' and Barbara of Dyersburg, Temi., are on B »l=lt to relatives in Ala- A^cd Hiker Makes Good SKEGNESS, Scotland <UP>— As thousands cheered. Charles \V. Hart, 74. of London, staggered Into EkegilEss the ether day al the end of a 170-mile non-stop walk from Liverpool. He started at 3:30 p.m. on Friday and, walking throughout tlncc days and two nights, readied Ills desliiiaticn nl 1:15 p.m. Sunday —61 hours after he started. been undergoing Irctilnient. Her niece, Miss Patty Green, 'motored down for her. Miss Jane Boinbolaskl spent Wednesday night in Cnnithersville where she was guest of honor nt a birthday party given by Mrs. Bill Ilnniby. Mrs. Ernest Ucc and children Mary Sue and Betty Lee, of Newport, fire the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pcnn and Mr. and I Mrs. E. B. Woodson and their I families. The noes formerly resided here. They came here wllh Mr. and Mrs. f'enn who spent Thursday in Newport. ... Miss Bcnnle Jeanne Buchanan is spending Ihe weekend in St. Louis as the guest of Louis T'rowbrldge and Ills family. Miss Thclma Cook went lo Memphis Thursday lo Campbell's clinic ttlicrc the cast was removed from her leg. She is able to he out after having been confined lo her bed for Ihe past week. Misses Jnnq and Marie Bombolaski left this morning for St. Louis to spend the Labor Day weekend with friends. They will return Monday night.. C. P. Tucker is now convalescing nt ills home from a major operation performed three weeks ago. He was removed Monday from the Memphis Baptist hospital to his liome. George Norman of Jasper, Ind., will spend the weekend here as the guest of Miss Mary Elizabeth Boriini and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bormn, , Charles Ramey, of Chicago, Is spending the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. nnnicy, nml family. Tomorrow, Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes Patterson, of Chicago, will join him here and he will return home with them Monday. x Mrs. Henry Uylec spent yesterday in Hernie, Mo., with her mother, Mrs. Annie Smith. Eddie Sallba will leave tomorrow for Litubock, Tex,, where he is a student at Texas Technological school. Miss Doris Fruitier of Cooler, Mb., is spending'- the weekend with her cousin; Jllcs Rambo, and family, 'f Mrs. Goronwy Poelz of AniilslonT Ala., will arrive tomcrrow to work with her fnllier, C. C. Langslon, during the fall season. Tom Phillips is ill at his home, 218 East Davis avenue. The Rev. and Mrs. James A. Ovcrholscr returned Thursday afternoon from a month's vncatun. They were the guests of the Rev. Mr. Overholscr's parents in Cornersville, Tcmi., before going ib Austin, Tex., Is spend a week with Mrs. Overholscr's parents. The remainder of the time was spent In Mexico where they visiled in Mexico City and went as far west as Acapulco on the Pacific coast. 'Fieen Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. N:rris, returned Ibis morning from East, St. Louis where she had been the guest of her aunt. Mrs. Hlbbort Bottom, and Mr. Bottom. Miss Marie Iglcharl, of Dell, has returned home after n three ninths' stay in Tupelo, Miss., where she was playing softbnll with the Tupelo Red Wings, Mra. c. S. Stevens spent Wednesday in Memphis with her atiiit, Mrs. J. E. Walls of Ruleville, Miss., who is il! in the Baptist hospital there. Although Mrs. Watts Is improved, she will probably be there for n few more days. The Hcv. and Mrs. J. Allan Webb of Eldcr.'ido Springs, Mo., who have 'acen spending their vacation here with relatives, have returned liomc. Mi.ss Vivian Vickers, who has been spending the summer in Memphis with her sister, lias returned and Is at (lie home of Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Grimmett. Mr. an;| Mrs. Robert Bnxter, who have resided at 13(lfi Gliicka- sawba avenue, have moved lo a home in the 1100 block of Holly strecl. Loiwie Roark and Clary John ot Eureka Springs, Henry Erlkson and »;n Kirk of Muskogcc, Okla.. and Russ Ward of Puiaski, Okln., all of the United Suites Naval Academy at Annapolis, stopped here overnight en route to their homes. They came with John Bishop, of Annapolis and Fayctteville, who is spending the weekend with Miss Virginia Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Tom F. Martin. IIV CAKOI. DAY As you sec from Ihe diagram, tills apron Is the easiest llilng in the world to make. You can finish it In a few hours. It covers your dress (licroughly, covering your Sunday school. Noulc skirt front and back, as well as the front of your bodice which Is so likely (o get splashed when you're mixing up dressing or a cake. Pattern 8557 buttons comfortably on the shoulders, and the straps cross al the back so that they stay securely where they bc- siipei'tntcndeiH 11:00 a.m. Mirnlng worship. C>15 p.m. N. Y. P. s. 7:30 p.ni; Evening .service. Sermon Mibjoct, "Deception." The Rev. Holland London, of Little nock, district superintendent ill be present lo preach at the Icven'o'clock 1 hair.'We invite you lo lie with us In IlK'.s-c services. Rev. Mr. London preach at Ekron Sunday afternoon al 2:30 o'clock. ST. STKFHEN'S EI'tSCOI'At. CHURCH 31. A. Curry, pricsl-iii-charge • "»IK i". Hcly communion and sermon al'for this long, hot 11 and do not slip off when hands 'arc busy. Binding in contrast gives and the two It a pretty finish, patch pockets arc several such aprons for your own use, and lay aside some for birthday, engagement and bridge gifts, too. Gingham, linen and percale are practical fabrics 11 o'clock. Church school at 0:30 a.m. 1-TltST JIAITIST CHURCH Walnut at Kijjhlh Alfred Carpenter, jiaslmSunday: 9:31) a.m. Sunday school. 1C:40 a.m. Morning worship. Special music. Sermon—"The Bride cf Christ". Broadcast- -KLCN. 0:30 p.m. Training Union. 7:30 p.m. Evening worship. Special music. Sennou—"A I'amllhtr Tragedy." Wt.'cjncpday—All-Cliurch-Night 7:00 p.m. Departmental meetings 7:M p.m. Mid-week service 8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. BAPTIST lllty Street 0:30 a.m. Sunday school. FIKST I'KESni'TKKIAN C'HUKCII .fumes A, Ovevholser, minister Sunday school 9:45 a.m. . Morning worship 11:00 a.m. Sermon topic: "Who Is Your God?" Young- People's meeting li:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Sermon iopiir. "Gianls, in the land." Midweek service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Choir practice Wednesday 8:15 PJII. ITHST METHODIST CIIUUCU Corner Main & Seventh K. B. Williams pastor Oilice hours for counseling 0:0011:30 a. in. Church school 9:45 a. m. S. K. Garrett, superintendent. Morning worship 10:55 a. in. Anthem: "Tis Midnight: and on Ohye's Brow"—William 13. .Tauprm, ' ; B'cAoi'st/—boiv Sutherland. ,-• Mcs-, sage: "Christian Faith, Fad or Fancy." Evening worship, 7:30 p. nl. Special music. Message: "I Believe in God the Father, Almighty, Maker cf Heaven and.Earth." This Is the first-of a series of sermons on the Apostles' Creed. Come and bring ttie whole family. Monday 7:;iO p. m. Regular meeting of the board of stewards. Tuesday 1:'JO p. m. Recreation al the church. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. niblc study. Thursday 7:30 p. m. Choir practice. Friday 10:00 a. in. to 3:00 p. m. Zone meeting nf the Missionary Society at Leachvillc, Pallcni SS57 Is designed fcr sizes ;M. 36, 38, -10, 44, 46 and '18. Size 36 requires 3 yards of 35-inch mnlerial; G yards of bias binding. The new FALL AND WINTER PATTERN BOOK, 32 pages of attractive designs for every size and every occasion, is now ready. Photographs show dresses made from these patterns being worn; a feature you will enjoy. Let the charming designs in Ciis new book help you in your sewing. One pattern and the new Fall and Winter Pattern Bock—25 cents. Pattern or book alone—15 cents. For a PATTERN of this attractive model send 15c in COIN, your NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER and SIZE to THE COURIER NEWS TODAY'S PATTERN BUREAU, 105 SEVENTH AVENUE NEW YORK, N. Y Watch Finally Found, Now Owner's Lost EUGENE, Ore. (UP) — The San Francisco police spent 10 years searching for a watch stolen from Capt. Herman C. Dcmpewolfe, and when they found Die timepiece they couldn't find ihe captain. Wllh bulldog persistence, they traced the officer from California lo Montana to New York to Kansas \,i Eugene. Today — 12 years later — Capl. Dempcivolfe has the watch. Skunk Enters Tabernacle And Evangelist Yields JOHNSTOWN. Pa, tUP)— When a previously enthusiastic overflow crowd in Arbutus Park suddenly began to disappear just as he was beginning to tell his lite story. Evangelist Dan McNully looked for a reason. He didn'l have far U> look, for, strolling leisurely into the tabernacle was a full-grown black-and- white skunk. Tcurists Oddly Checked LODI, Cal. (UP) — O. A. Wcihe. drug store proprietor, )ms his own method which he lias used for years of keeping check of the transient population which comes here at, the various fruit picking seasons of the year. His check is the number of one-cent boxes of matches sold. Recently a high cf 7'J4 penny boxes in one week was reached. Suburb Conquers Mosquitoes TOLEDO, O. <U!>>— The fashionable sulniilKin village of Ottawa Hills attacked its mosquito problem in a .scientific manner this yc.ir and scored more than SO per cent. The program has cost (he villagers about 19 cents per capilA. Man cannot feel io very Important when he realizes that the sun about which we travel is but one of millions, and a small one at that. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. f<-on Halcmaii, Tomato admitted. Mrs. John Farley. Dell, ndmitfil Mrs. Paul Drew, city, admitted. Harry Vcrnon Sales, Brag; city, admitted. Ulytheville Hospital W. W. Graves, steelc. dl.smis.vfd. .loy Marie Pralcr, Bragg city, vicc dismissed. Mrs. Charles Brogdou. city, dismissed. Pearl Stovall, elly, dismiwrd. Memphis Baptist Hospital ASSIiiMHI.Y OF GOD C'EIUKCJI S. A. Merrill, paslor 0:30 a.m. Radio program. Q-.-la a.m. Sunday school. 11:03 a.m. Mcming service. 2-.3Q p.m. Men's Prayer meeting.' 4:00 p.m. Jail service. 6:30 p{m. (Jurist Am'.jaSsadty classes. 7:45 p.m. Evangelistic service. The evangelistic meeting at this church continues through next week. The public is invited. ciitjitcii or ciutisT Denlon M. N'ttal, pasltir Lord's Day services: 10:00 a.m. liiblc study. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. 11:45 ami. Communion. , 8:00 p.m. Preaching. Wednesday's services: 8:00 p.m. Seng service and .study. Daily broadcast over KLCN. Monday and Saturday Irom 12:t5 to 12:30 o'clock and Sunday from 2:30 to 3:15 o'clock. VIKST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth George W. Patterson, minister S'.io a.m. Bible school, W. O. Gcurin. superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Worship, communion and preaching. 7:43 p.m. Worship and preaching. Wednesday, 1^5 p.m., singing at the church. We most cordially invite Ihe public. Strangers in our city especially invited. We'll try to make you glad you came cur way. ril.GRiitl HOLINKSS TA«K!!\ACM; 110 Cherry .Street O. U'. Doss, pastnr 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. 7:30 p.m. YoiuiR People's service. , 8:00 p.m. Evangelistic service. 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, prayer scr- Scplcmber 5lh. Registration lakes place on Monday. A cordial welcome is extended to all. "Pulling Teams" To Be In Fair Contest The finest pulling horses of Mississippi County, Ark., and Pemiscot County, Mo., are expected to be viewed here'during the Mississippi County Fair, to be held Sept, 26- Oct, 1, according to Roy E. Nelson, who is in charge of Ihe horse and mule pulling contest. Already 12 owners have cntere 15 the contest and about that many more have indicated they will formally Denier wilhin a short time. ", Because the contest carries ; the largest cash awards, with the,exception of the community exhibits, in addition to a substantial prize to be given by business firms of Pcmiscol County and West Mississippi County, it is believed that more than 35 fine learns will bo shown. The cash prizes will be $75, S50 and $25. Each team will be given a load to pull OH a sled equal ID one and one-half limes the weight of the -team in harness and the winning teams will be the ones which can pull their l:ads the greatest distance within the given time. Owners or drivers may use any kind of harness but no whips will be allowed. merce have taken over the details of planning the float for the Eastern District as a gesture of appreciation for having recently selected a BlythevHle Lcgiciinaire to head the district group. Cost of the float will be borne by the Arkansas department of the American Legion, which contributed 5500, and voluntary contributions with no drive to tie launched, it is said. Work To Begin On Big Convention Float Work will begin this week on the building ol the float which is to represent the American Legion oi the Fifth nistricl of Arkansas in the national convention meeting In Chicago Sept. 25-26-21, it was announced tcday by E. A. Eice. of Blythcville, district comiiiandcr. The float, which will cost np- nroxlintitcly S1000, will depict Eastern Arkansas as a cotton center with a patriotic theme to be interwoven. Appropriate souvenirs, which will probably be bolls of cotton, will lie distributed to the thousands expected to vic-.v the parade. The Dud Cason post of Blythc- ville and the chamber of Com- Gets Promotion. In Penney Store System Utho Barnes will go to Hope, Ark., tomorrow to accept the position of assistant manager of the J. C. Penney Slorc. j Mr. Barnes, son o'f Mr. and Mrs. ,J. Barnes, has been connected with Ihe local Penney store for four and one half years. l)c I.u.ve Suites on Airliners LONDON (UP) — Honeymoon couples going from London to Paris scon will be. able lo book special private suites on the new 21-ton Imperial Airways ensign airliners being introduced on the route. Imperial Airways are completing these suites as an addition to the present saloon accommodation. No living teeth. species of birds have Q • • Everything for your etitcr- . tainmenl and comfort. Watch Society Page Of Conner New* Ftr Free Show Gneib Saturday New Mexico Initiates School Driving Course SILVER CITY, N. M. (UP) — A course in driver education, its purpose to train high school teachers in safely melhods nnd expert driving, will be offered by the New Mexico State Teachers College. The teachers in turn will instruct high school students In the fundamental practices of safety driving in an effort to reduce fatalities among students. The course is the first of its kind to be ottered in New Mexico. - Trans-Canada air mail service was inaugurated July 1, 1037.- NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Service Jcc Haydcn, Carulhcrsville, art- 1'tLGKIJI MiTIIUKAN UIUKCH Sixth and \Vatmil Streets II. J. Kcindiciist, pastor Divine service 0:30 a. in, Itolyi Communion will be observed In Ihis milted. ' (service. The pastor's Ionic will be: 1 S. E. Harrison, Joiner, admitted. "A" Earnest Call to Repentance." j Memphis Mclhodlsl Hospital I Sunday-school meets 10:45 a. in.! Richard McCasland, Sttcle, ad-al the school. i • : Our Christian day-school te For Ik Her Laundry and Dry Cleaning STEAM Also cartoon & serial "Oregon Trail." Cunlmitous show. Admis. till 5:OD p.m. lflp Aflcr 5:00 p.m. IGc &• 2Gc 31c Sunday-Monday IRENE CHABlfS DUNNE'BOVER Also Paramount News A Comedy Paramount News Sun. S- Slon., "European War Crisis Scenes," including evacuation of S.ODO.OIW i:liildrcii from English cilics. Continuous slioiv Sunday Aim. Sun. AM Day lOc i 3Gc Adniis. Mon. iWalinen lOc A 2GL- Admis. Monday Ivi.sl'l ISc A 3Cc ROXY Admission atwajs lOc & Z6« Matinctf Frl.-S»t.-Sun. Last Times Today 'Trailing North' \vitli I!o!> Stcelc I Also rarlnnn S.- Ihe Wilderness." Saturday. serial "Hawk of Cnnliuuous show Sunday - Monday Everybody's Hobby \vifh Henry O'Neill nml Irene Rich. Also Fox News & Comedy

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