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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 7, 1938
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PAGE TWO (AflK.y coypiER COMPUHENTABV TICKET WW Godfrey Wh^e * BJTZ Tif EATKK " -(o t^_ " "WHEN G-MEN STEP IN" Social Calendar MONDAY'S , , Circle OricY Woman's Missionary • Union, Fiisf BapUst church, mfet- in? ^ith Mrs Arthur Nelson at 2 30 o'clock, Circle t^o, \\lth Miss Cordelia Wjllnle, C(rple Three vjllh Mrs Richard pobinson, Circle Four, witji Mr? p L Reefer,' Circle Five, with Mrs Tom W. Jackson. Woman's Missionary Lake ^tree\ Meihodisl church, meeting at home p( Mrs A M Y an Wmkle, 2 30 o'clock Circle Cue, Woman s Auxiliary First Presbjterlan ch.urc!i meeting 'nith H.«y \Yorthington, Circle t\yo, with Mrs, S F Vail, Cljcle ttuee, y,ijli Mrs T f Mahim, Circle four h lying picnic Cupper at b 30 p'cloclf a.f. oarJf Womans Mi&slpnarj sofclcly, First Mitl\od.|bt church having pros; mm meeting 2 30 pclocjc a I church TUESDAY'S , "" E|l?n V{ Klrbs " luring Bridge flub Young Matron's plub meeting at ngrne of Mrs Lloid, Stipkmou, Mrs v 1 \V Parker and Mrs. R9bert ^VMtelo^' erjufi Vain ing Daughters 9! American Jlcvol\ition a), 5r?otcl IJjoble, l 09 9 clock for luncheon meeting, Mr mid Mrs I^arrj \V Halnes entertaining Tuesday fJiElit Supper c\ul) ^ 00 o'clock WEDNESDAY'S EY ENTS Mrs Farnsnor\h Black enlorl lily; Wecjtiesday Bridge club. Wednesday Contract club {fleet- Ing \silh Mrs ^"icd. Rijtljerford. phapier "D'V P E 0 s£t< hood ha\mg luncheon meeting hpitie of Mrs. Rai Wbr(hUigt°ri ( 1:00 p. in. Delphian meeting nl 9 3o qclocck a! Hotpl Moble Ladles, Bible Study, Church "o't Christ niccting \uth " '"' ' ' — ' n, 2 31) o clock liavlug RAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Bits of New* Mo»Uy "Can I charge this letter, ^Jr. McQready 7 I'H ] oi\ the ne!tf. fit'ip*" ' C?nts ary society of ttip Viral Church ot the. Naiarene when llicy met at tlib church ^'hursday afternoon. The devotional was led by Nil's. Dixie Hicks, who. read the Beatitudes . from the lUih chapter of Mark. Prayers \vcrc offered by jytre. J. M. Taylor and Mrs. Oscar Alpi- ander. Entertained ;^t ()s.C90l;i Fifteen mcn\bers of the Jewish .. Ladles' Aid \vere entertained iu Osceola last night at the home of Mrs. VYilliBin tyclipls when Mri Morris Nichols wns co-hostess. Miss Rose Ruu3us,tciu, pf Qsccola, and Mrs! j. A. ZNyeig, of St. Louis, sister of Mrs, Max B.orosvsky, of Manila, \yefc guests at the r THURSDAYS Mrs Hoscoe Crnft/m Tliursda\ Atteinoon club .Thursday Luncheon club mcctr tog with Mrs. R. "p. Kirshner! ilra \V L Homer Mid Weei Bridge club Thurstlav Contract club meeting with Mrs T3 G Caudlll Young Woman's -Missionary SOCT lety of First tihuich of Nasarene, meeting with Mrs. 'Noble McCullar 7 30 o clock Woman's Foreign Missionary,' spc-. iety, Fnsl Church o( Nuzarene, mealing nt church, 2:30 o'clock. Business Women's Circle, First .Baptist church, meeting at church 7:30. o'clock. FRIDAY'S LItemy Depattmait of Woman's club meeting 2 '30 o clock at cluu house. ' a business session when plays " were nuictc for giving a»'ay a liprrh chiiir, the proceeds of wlilch \yould ^p into (lie Aid tun<{, il\o liostcsses scryci) rcfreshmenls. .... . ^ . , ^. . . ^ ... . Hai-c Wfincr Roast i A ;.?r9,Mt^ of 16. employes. n\ul iiir islruclofs of the' Rice ' Stlx ta.cto'ry were entertained a{ a \velficr ro^st at Walker park "wwlnesday" night. Following supper. Hie guests, while toasting irmrshmailpws over the fire, sang and played games. « »•<'•' Entertains. \Viih Eiiilsp Lnnchcoii Mrs. C. A. Cuiinlughairi was hostess to ' eight BWsl'5 at a' bridge luncheon at hur. liomc yesterdny when Mrs. T. O: Scil~"of New Orleans, houseguest of Mrs. Gpraldlhc ' ' Miss Aikcn •'Miss. Lois AJken, Who 'will Tuesday for, W.' Va,., \vhctc will be engaged in evangelistic ' " -n;ork, dinner, party spnjpllniented ' vflth "a ' last' niglit at . the home pt Mrs.' pharlcy Shearin " Alkcji"'s, : "co^VforfecrV ' hi ' Graber's department 'store. FoilMing the "dinner; the guest of honor v<as pfeserifetl a "gift from the group.' .•••..••:••... f * « Bible Sluiiy Meets Eight members of the Ladies' Bible Study pf Church oj Christ met at the home ol ilfs. s. 'L, Webster Wednesday -, afternoon when Mrs. Bennia Gook conducted tlie lesson from the llth and mil chapters of First Cpfi'nthians. Tlie group wns dismissed in prayer b\ Mrs 'E. M. Huffman.'' •'••" Betome > Spring flowers decorated the horae of Mrs. Russell qastori, when she was hostess to H ma'mbers ol the Younif Woman's Allssionary society of the First Church of (he Jfazarene and Uc\ guests Mrs Vir- Elnla Criner and Miss Louise Ma>o Tnursday night M IE C M peedei ana Mrs Laurence Poolc beCTine novi members of the organization at this time * K'M Dorothj Bylec was h charge of the devp&ional period ^hen the sixth chapter of Oalatl- can* vras rea-1 Pra>ers »ere offered liv Jitfs Ncblp Mcrullar and Mrs Bo)) ji.d. Mrs Reader. Foi:o»lJig the business mcetme ths Iiostew scr>cd c. saudv^lsh plati W F M S r Meets Mrs Roy Oalrik ^l.e on "guf. "f e " 1 « rac<: ' to the U nieuibets of tne Womana Foteign Missira- . Matthews Greene, \vas nit pf town giicsl. ' o;ily . ivas decorated cornflp\vers and radiance roses a»d In (hK liying room \vhorp bridge VRS latpr played vftrioiis shades ami ypes pf roses were also nse;V 'In thp games, Mrs. Rcflney Ban- s!er \vas high arid rfcce'JYC^i ^ crys ' '' al salad, set. Jtrs. '^eai \y'a's pre' ' " inovcxl tp bis lipnie in 11 Cobb nnv b'ulnnc'c. Palvicla Jean Wright, 13-year-old daughter of Mr. aucl Mrs. R. B \Vrljlij. of Manila, underwent ni opern(lqn' for. appcniiicHis yesterday at the Walls hospital. Miss Bonnie Mae Lilly, of Manila was admitted tp th,c B.lyljicvllU hpspltnl y'es|ef(lay. Mrs. Jim F, Hanycll s\i\d f\ifnni sou were dismissed from the lily- theviUp ypster<(ay! . Tlipj . were reinp.veil toj th.clr honic In ' Cpbb . Jnck Weils was removed from .t)i( Webb clinic to his home yesterday In ;\ Cpbb amb\i Inner/. Mrs. H. C. Mcadc was removed /rpni Ih.e \yo)|s h^ospital (o he honie n.t jbt'ner today ' in n Hpl iiihbulance. Burl Lovvrcy, o[ Steclc. was vc moved trpiii t|iq Wa,ns hpspitarti. his (ipinc at Stecio toflay iii a Ger ' " Wilson Society—Personal Slate Uiiftft §upp?r ApiH-o-iiiiifltclyM couples attended the buffet supper and dancing party. given at the Woman's club last night by nimibers'pr ihp lied RaMpus club of the city lilgh school fprliiff non-era were used on the table,from which the 'cllnncr was served by (he girls of the Home Economics department. All who atlcnded were high school stmitHts with tlic "exception of guests who came in Jat«r for the (lancing, the music for "which wns provided by the' nickclorilan. These iate guests were former members ol Hie club. Among Die out of (own juesls were Misr, -Pesrl Cartn-righl aivj Miss Clementine nowen both pf Osceola. At the Hospitals Holds Night Mcctins About o<ie hmidrpd iiieinbcrs an guests of the Goope.raHvc Club o Wilson attended th.e M?y mcetin at'the club house in Wilson o Thursday evening, with the Inis bands as special guests. The clu rccins were (ovely \y(th profusion of ratnolcr roses, the large scrccne jorch was 11(0'selling, for the tabl which wns ladcii with barbecue ah all (lie trimmings. 11. O. 'league, edilorial wr for tlic Commercial -Appeal, was the guest speaker, niij mad,e .a, hitercsllng talk on' "Jqurnallsin following a progvanx of Bailee mini bers by the p.uplls of Miss Rut Williams. 'Hie hostesses were Mr N. B. Ellis. Mrs. Tiros. L-iney. i\fr W. P. Wilson, Mrs. John Enoilx, Mrs. A. F. Williams, Mrs. A. ', Cole, and Mrs. M. L% drcshjin. " t T ' a Mr. and Mrs. H. w. Allen Ic Thursday with friends lo alien the Kentucky Derby in Louisvlll They will return Monday. Mr. an:l Mrs. W. J. Lviclwi; an fainily left Saturday (o spjtirt II weekend in Pocahontas. gueslf, i Mrs. Ludwlg's parents, Mr. an Mrs. F. J. Baltz. . White underwent a major operation last night at tlic Blylhcvlllc hospital after having been taken there i,, a Cobb ambulance. -lohn Oarro) Warren underwent a tonsileclomy yesterday at (lie Walls hospital, and wns Inter re- Oriental Coniiilcnce l.'shlbitcil FnTSFIELD. Mass iUP)-Jain Ping. Pontobsiic Laks diet, is tl first Chinese lo register a car he and obtain a driving license. Coi fident that he would p^ lire Icr lie purchased the car bciorr tryii to drive. SATURDAY,••MAY 7, HBS Mr. and Mrs. Blvcs Alton . spending the weekend, U,i" ^ei; \vHli friends. They ' were a(:pbmp^- 'iiled there tills tnornljig "by "jytrs. Mattte Allen', who will ' iier liqphew, Charlie Qllllam, (or a short time before going to Grenada, Miss,, where she will be the guest of )i«i sister, Mrs, Ethel qiilia<)i.' Jncltson Rogers, fprnierly 9! here ' and now of Clarksdale, Miss., wji'ere lie has opened a store, arflyed last nljhl fpr a f?\y <l.ays 'w'|i)i I Mrs. Rogers, \y|iq plans (« Join hint ] in, Clarksdale In a short tln^. 1 Mrs. Alfred 'Ca'rpenler left yes terda,y for ijajnuin, Ok|a,," ^Heii • she will be the p\wsl pf )\er m.pther 'i'hc liev. Mr. Carpcntor mbtdre< her to " ' ' "' ' •is McC^lla went lo RPseniatli eim., yesterday to spend a. few ceks with his parents. Mrs. Edgar Skimier wUJ go tp SrscEhpe Lake tombrrow tp sp.end few days xylth her aun.t, Mrs.'Lawn; rtq.ilgcrs, and Mr.''R05lgers.~ Miss Cccile Lutpn.'of fcisn^plik. lip has tarn the' lioiise'giiesl of Alss Jenny Wren p\ll^hiirity since Vcdncs^ay, rcturneH to licr Ivoinc Mr. and Mrs. Floyd While and PJI ,Dici and John, will spend tp- lorrpw lii Paragpuld. vyltli Mi's. Vhlt.Q's modier, Mrs. \y. H.' Jp'iles. Miss Roberta cioysc will spend omorrow wlUi iier parents In Pa'ra- ould, ;.' Ainpng the Blytheylllc pcoplo v,iio .t(ei|(l«l the B. y. v. y. ajsocia- Icnal convention' held ' in 'LHtie Rock Tuesday nnd Wednesday were: Arthur Nelson, Frank Huffman, Raymond Zachry, Miss Clara Belle Cenlori and Miss Georgia Lee, Mrs. D. D. Seejjr, of Wilson, also al- jndcd. Hcraca Walpole lias been III at his home. 117 Cherry street, for u week from influenza. Mrs. O. G. Hires has returned 'ram Forrest Oily where she.was tl^e giiest of Mr: and Mrs. c. A. Bradsliaw, who formerly lived here Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway' and .heir guests, Mr. and Mrs.'B.!E. Conway and daughter, Miss Mabel, of St. Lquis, are spending today in Memphis. J- I.AKf STREET MK1I1OUISI Clf llRCH \'. M'. Sweet, pastor 9:3» aim. Sunday school. 10:45 a.m. 'Morning worship. C:30 p.m! Juiitof League. 6:30 pirn. Yoniig'ipeople's meeting. 1:30 'p.m. Evening worship. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Mid prayer services. C'UUKCII OF THE NAZARENK D. Beasle'y, paslor schooj. Noble A Tailored Bolero Calms That Spring Frock-Fever 9:45 McCullar,' supcrintendeni. 11:00 a.m. Momlnjj worship. 7:15 p.m. N. Y. P. 3. 7:15 p,in. Ev'ciilug service. We extend a inost cor4la,l invila- HOII tp all Who vylll worship with us In these services Itonoring Mothers. FIRST UHRIKT.IAN CHURCH Main a( sbjtii Clause \y. P»tl«rson, minister 9:45 'a.m. Bible school. W. O. Gouiin, superintendent. 11 :W a.m. Worship, cominuinou, preaching. There will tie no evening service. Our pastor will preach the baci'a- laureate sermon foe the Cooler school. \Vcduesday. 7:30 pin. Sinijing anil fellowship at liall. We most coi'diaUy'Tnvite the public. Strangers In 'piir'clty esjwcialiy, invited. We'll try to make you glad that you came our way. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighty 0:30 a. m.'Sunday school.' 10:40 «. in. Morning worship. MO p. m. Training unions. 7:30. p. ni. Eycnlng worship, All-Chiircl! night, Wednesday. 1:00 p. m. Departmental meetings. 7:30 p. in. Mid-week service. 8:30 p. in. Choir rehearsal. Sunday school devotionnls ami special nnistc wjll be in keeping with Mother's Day. Morning worship will likewise honor our molli- KIRST METHOPIST OHUKL'l! II. Lynn Wade, pastor Mother's D^y will be observed By CARO*' PAY It's the most wearable type of bolero (rock yoii could 'fhpose, lineal for BUsiijess.' siieclator spoils' i^nd tifiicraf street wear. This Is a style that anybody between si/c la and sl/e ^0 can \vcai'. because the Irock' is so sltiii and slralglit, (he bolero properly tricf and wide-shouldered. \( has « grand neckline, too. Pattern '8209 Is 'typical of the clash and c'liqnu and' fashlou- rielitncss of the many designs you'll sec In our new pattern book when you se»d for it. Pattern 8209 is designed for sto- rs 12. H, 10. 18, 20 and 40. Size 14 requires 4 1-4 yards of 33-inch material for (lie ensemble, To line the bolero requires 1 1-8 yards. •rhi'Cp and one-half yards of 'i- Inch Has fcld or ribbon Is required' to trim. , For a PATrt'HN of (his attractive niodcl send 15c in COIN, yam- NAME, ADDRESS. STYLy NUMBER and SIZE to COURIER. NEWS TODAY'S PATTERN 13U- HEAU, II S'l'ERUNC, PLACE, BROOKLYN, N. Y. The new SPRING AND SUMMER PATTERN BOOK. 32 pages of attractive designs for every size and every occasion, is now ready. | Photographs show dresses inade worn; frojii these patterns ucing <i feature you will enjoy. Let (lie design's in this new book help In your sewing. with and npprpprJute songs, lessons at every One pattern and the ne\v Spring and Summer Pattern Book—25 cents. Book aloiic—15 cciita. —"* unto them that turn from transgression in Jacob, saith the Lord." Isaiah 59:20. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the Col- lowing from the Bible: "And they shall be mine, saith the Lord of hosts, In lhat day when I make up my jewels; and I will spare them, as a man spareth his own son that scrvctl) him." Malaciii 3:17 The Lesscn-Scrmon also includes the followins passages from (lie Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: "In this Science, we discover man in the imago ami likeness of God. We see that man has never lost his spiritual estate and his eternal Funeral Services Held For James David Isoni COOTKH, Mo., May 'I.— t services' were held this afternoon at two o'clock at the Oak Ridge Method(4 ciuircli for Jaines David JEbni, who died Thursday in Marshall, Mo., where l\c \va : s attending school. l"e was'12 years of age. 'I he body was relumed here I'liurs-day afternoon by the Gcrinnn Undertaking company. He had lived 4t p3k Ridge alii oj his liic. He is survived'by his mother, Mrs, Minnie tsqiii of Oak Ridge, and father, Mllborn Isom of Georgia. Rend Courier hews Want Ads. ROXYil always lOc & XOc Matinees Sat. & Sunday Nijjhl slions—Jlo.v Office Opeu 7;«ll Shuws stai'l 7:15 p.m. Last Times Today ' SCHfMTNO 1TACKITCCIIS I service, liarniony." Page 548 beginning with - Sunday school at' A. Christian Science program is 9:45 o'clock and continuing througl morning worship- at 11:00 o'clock and the evening worship at 1:30 o'clock. ' The church will be decorated in honor of Mothers. broad:ast each Wednesday at 11:15 a.m. over KLCN.' CHUItWU mprnlng. •'•<'' Miss Rosalia Hunioii returned yesterday from Fiiiton, Ky., where she visited her pareiits." Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Horncr and "tck, wfili spend tomorrow with Horncr's parents, Mr. ali'd 11. V.. Smltli at Whentley, son, Mrs. Mrs. Ark. Mr. . and Mrs. N. P. Knight vyill . have us their gijesls over Hie week end Mrs, Knight's sister, Mrs. Sher- rlll Babcocl^, \\'ii o arrived this afternoon en route to h$r honie In Ne\y York from Houston, Tex . and th.eii- (laughter, Mrs. M;. 'E. West. ai|d sops, Di(n, Mercer and Bill, of Meniplils, who, v,'ill arrive tomorrow. Miss Prauces McHaney has ar- ilyed liome from Jpnesboro. where slie Is a student al Arkansas Stale ccll,ege, to sp.en^ Uie weeHenil with her parents. Air. and Mrs. John c. Mcllaney. Among tlic BlylhcviHe. people who attended the boat d'ancs in Carujh- crsvlllc last night were: Mr. J\i Mrs. V. O. Holland, Mr. and lAtrs V. 0. Miller,' Mr. and Mrs. F HT Acton. Mr and Mrs. E. F. Bjo- incyer, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh llarbert', i\lr. and Mrs. John o. Mcllancy, L. L, \Yard. Miss Eirline Damon Miss Marjorie McBride, Miss Billlc Payne, iyilss ^ean Bourland, Elton Foster. Ernest Hnlscll. William $,Iar(in, Her«ian Turner. Truman Speck. Carl Layc and Ira Galnes Wflmau, 78, Gets Divorce BALEM. Mass. (UP)—Separated f,rpii\ l\cr htisbanrt six limes, Mrs Kiuilcc A. Sourque, -78. was granted an uncontested divorce from Iter CS-ycar-old husband, Peter A. Bourque. when she testified Itiat he hit her while he was Intoxicated. They were married in 1311. We ho.nor Bother best when we . Ciod, and with Luxora Society — Personal 7 if -.* —|T-^>- " , >'.un, «UU IVilli . ' , streii6tl\ thus derived' eniboSy • •!,, Miss Vlrginiq Fairar left Friday afternoon to be in Smackover and Arknilciphia, Ark., over the week, her teachings in our lives. Conic to Church this Sunday! PILGRIM LUTHERAN Sixth and'WalrVut Strecls H. J. Klea^iVnst,' Pastor' Sunday school and Bible class !) Morning worship lo a, n,. Evening worship 7::io p. M. Sunday'school teachers meet Friday 7:30 p. in. " ' Everyone Is cordially invited Read John 8, 47. TEMPLE ISRAEL ' Herman Pollack, rabbi Mother's bay service will be held l ~ Mr. and Mrs. George Courtney were called to Grenada, 'Miss., on account 'of the very serloiis illnesi cf Mr. Courtney's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Spanu had us their guest Sunday their daughters,' Mrs. Bliss Yancey and Mr. Yaticcy. of Hughes, and Mrs. Robert Eberrits and Mr. Eberdls. of West M.ytnphis. Little' 'icd Hollingcr, aged four, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob llollln- ger, has returned home from (lie. Baptist . hospital, Memphis, after undergoing an operation for the removal of his right eye, which was injured in an automobile wreck a week ago as he was returning with rhursday evening, was attended by •> large r.umbcr of guests who were cntertai.ied by community talent. The (irograni as rendered was in- trodu'.cd by the reading of u poem, T A'.n •Music", by Mrs. S. J. Smith. Other numbers Indued piano.duel, "March Militaire" Schubert, by Mrs. T. p. Wiikins and Mrs. R. L. Houck; piano solo, "Ballada No. 3" Chopin, by Mss Virginia Farrar; vocal solo, "Last Ni^ht 1 ' Kjerull, Mfss Biiiicch; violin solo, "Angel's Serenade" Bjagi), by MJS. 'led Ei- s'on; a resume of "The Sway of Songs", by Mrs. C. B. Wood; vocal solo, "Trees" Joyce Kilmer, by Mrs. Janice Woods; piano solo by Mrs. May Bowcn Thompson; inusirai reading, "That OW Sweetheart of Mine" Riley, Miss Margaret Moilitt, accompanist, Mrs. B. O. Wiikins; vocal duet, "Grandfather's Clock" Work, by Mrs. Jesse Brown and Mrs, Charlie Thomas; violin solo, "llmis" Massenet, by Miss Virginia' Tarrar; vocal trio, "Thank God fcr a Garden" Ricge. by Mesdames L. Stanford, Hilton Slephenson, B. O. Wiikins. A group of Polk songs were sung by the entire group. Friday aftepicon Miss Karrar complimented her piano pupils and the high school ban(l members and several invited guesis, at a tea Ihe Ijonic pf Mrs. J. Ivan Alifflin. Those taking part on the program were Ann Claire Wilkinj, Sarah Langston, Betty Sue Mifllin. Lorene Edwards, John Cowan, violin; Virgil 'simms, Ditsy sillimat. voice; with two concluding numbers by (lie high school band. Also carluiin & serial "Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars." Contintiuas slioiviiigf Saturda) 1 . Ms . 5 7 < i 1 Rt 2:15 °' clcwk '- Oscar Lync A cordial Invitation is extended to I near Marked Tree everone t and from u fishing everyone to attend the services. F|HST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHJJRCII \. S. Merrill, pastor 9:4.5 a. in. Sunday school. 11:00 a. in. Morning service. 4:30'p. m. Jail service. 5:30 p. u:. Junior Christ Ambassador class. fi:30 p. m. Senior Christ Ambassador class. T:45 Evangelistic service. The public is cordially invited to attend these services. Come oui and get acquainted wild our new pastor and his wife. CHRISTIAN' SCIENCE SERVICES i Mrs. Robert Eberdts, accompa- " Died by Mrs. Tomiiile Thompson, of \\ r cst Memphis, visited her parents. .Mr. and Mis. Lpuls Spatui Thursday as they were enroute home from Paragould where tlicy had altended a lea in the home of Mcsdamcs Meriweather in honor of former Galloway college students, Mrs. iLcm Stanford ami two sons. Toinmic and Bubble, will spend Sunday with Mrs. Stanford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Barnett, of Little Reck. * V J Tlie second program in observance oi Natlonn) Music week, given ui the home of Mrs. B. O. Wiikins 108 W. Main "Adam and Fallen Mai SIMPSON'S STATE LINE TAVEKN Arkansas-Missouri sialc ijue Highway 61 .Sunday, May 8, 1938 Merchant's Lunch 45c Chicken & Noodles Lamb Chops on Toast Chicken Fried Steak Sugar Cured Ham. in Natural. Gravy Green Beans Whole Kernel Corn Creamed Potatoes Choice or Salad: Waldorf Salad Sliced Tomatoes Choice Dessert: Hoine-Made Pic Ice Cream Jcllo Fiuit Ccflrc Miik or Tea Hot Rolls ii" Is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in ail Churches I of Christ. Scientist, en Sunday. May I 8. 1938. The Golden Text is "The Redeemer shall conic to Zlon. and The world's largest bell is. in 1300-year-old Buddhist leiiiplc at Osaka, Japan. It is of bronze. 16 feet wlrie 'across the mouth and 26 feet high, and Is used only for special riles. Its tone can be hears for two miles. . 25,000 Rolls of Wallpaper ROOM LOTS $109 up Most coaplelo line ot and Wallpaper in N RlyCheville KU«. Paints ^ A Spring Tun^up Better Spring Driving JL. Our equipment is modern . . . Our mechanics ** are experts . . . Om- ; lr j ces itre very reasonable ... Our work is guaranteed . . . All of which means ... your complete salisf action. . . . BRING YOUR CAR IN NOW! PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY & Walnut Phone S10 We answer the question: "WHAT WOULD MOTfJEH LIKK?" Tomorrow is Mother's Day . . her big day of tlio year. her royally . . . tflke her out to. dinner ui (lie iSfoble, where she -\yill be .served just the fp.ods she likes the way she ii them. 5Qc up HOTEL NOBLE "WHERE flOSPn'ALITY IS A REALITY" "I? l- Y THEVILl.K l,AflNp.RY'.S dry clean- ins is thorough and safe —and their delivery is prompt and rourteou^. Tliey arc «j.\pcr(s »( f I c it u i n if upholstery, Inn !"• \ For Bel lei- Laundry and Dry Cleaning STEAM LAUNDRY Sunday -Monday TRAPPING GANJjDON'9 MASTERM1NOI JACQUEIINZWEUS Mitfr rtioE A c 6 t y M'B i A P 1 C T UK Cumcily & Fox News Two Cliimren lOc Two Adults Me Everything for your enter tairjmcnt and comfort, Admlisibn' aiafinee IQc & Admission Nhsht IGo & 36o Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Shpw Guests rs (>f gv :i ^ ua ting class of liic c\ly foigh school, Iheif iputhers aw' members of the faculty are invited as special guests for Mother's Day party (o ilic Kit-/, UiealiT *> Suntfay or Monday—after- p 0V iiighf. |; SATURDAY Also Comedy & Serial utiiiuuus Showing Sumlay Sunday - Monday [_ftn. COT TO IT THHjS TO MToliim . . irancis ", .:JPAT -•• " CBrieti \Vomen Are Like A WAWiES WOS. Bi . KnctJ t, STM'IEY IOCAN i •KlRAtPlt FORBES/ MELVILLE COOPje' THURSTON'HXLL.G^AMT MITCHELL 1 HERBERT RAWLlNSpN.s^^r,,.,: Ito.i, JnVieo 'i Fro-j, 'it, S,.=,Ji, tnw,, J. , siof> tr Attsi K. i era • * rim r.'n.jjij fK^:, A'cvys. & Comedy COMING TO RITZ: "Test filof'-Clark Gable. "'s Sth \Vilc"— Garv Ton per. " S R K h' P ^ SC of Jlur t>er"-Eilw. a Robinson.

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