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?AGE two BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) •'•COURIER NEWS Social. Calendar SUNDAY'S ,EVENTS B'nal'- Brlth picnic' at- Walker park. "ifONDAY'R EVENTS , Mrs. Samuel F. Karris having bridge party for Miss Sue Hull I and Mrs. Hugh Whtlsilt, 4 i>. in. W. M. S. having program meeting, First Mclhodisl church. Circles of \V. M. U. First liap- tisl church: 1, Mrs. Will Hosors; 2. at church; 3, Mrs. E. 13. V,'c<xl- scn; 4, Mrs. .M. C. Outlaw; 5, :il church. Junior G. A.'s lucctmg First Baptist, church. 4 p.m. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. C. E. Crlgger, Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mrs. Bernard Ciooch and Mrs. Charles Criggc'r having ton al Hotel Noble for Mrs. J. '( Phillips. Jv.iior R. A.'s merlin^ Fhsl Baptist church, -1 p.m. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Sunbeams meelitu; 1-irsl llnptisl church, 4 p.m. FRIDAY'S KVKNTS Butt-Robinson wedding at First Baptist church. 4:30 p. m. Mrs. John Tyrone having Dutch lunrbcon. Really Bloomers bein Mis:. Ciallon Entertains Tor Sue Unit, Bride-Elect Hiss Sue Butt', who is complimented willi a number of parties prior, lo her marriage to William M. • Robinson of Cape Girardcau, Mp., on next Friday, was guest,.of honor at. a bridge parly given last, night • by Mrs. Rupert Cruflon. The rose scheme . was carried out in .Ihe tallies and In pink buds on the refreshment plates. Zinnias, 'daisies, snapdragons and golden ylow, -from the hosle.s-,' garden decorated (he living, and dining rooms, where urjdrjc' wns played and miniature bouquets of garden Mowers also adorned Ihe prize packages. A miniature bride, mid bridegroom mnrkcd -Miss Butt's place. A fruit shcrbert wns served will, heart shaped cakes, decorated with valley' lilies. In Ihe card games Mrs, W. J. Pollard won the prize, a water jug. Miss Martha Chambers received a nalr' of:.vases for Ihe cut pilze anil Mils" Unit was. presented a crystal supper plnfe.' Included in the 10 guests were Miss Fraucbs Tucker of -Washington, D. C:,,;,who, is si!cnrtlng i >iiir vacation :"with her parents/"Sir. and Mrs. 0. F. Tucker, and Miss Chambers,, of Memphis, f.who Is the' guest "Si her 'parents'" Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Chambers. * * * Fcjltii.fflilly Club • Has Usual Parly Mrs,.'Irby Baslnger was 'hostess to the Fortnightly Club nt her Armorel home when she used a green and white color motif in the decorations and in the refreshments of a salad course and dessert. In the card games (he prize. :\ white tea pot, went to Mrs. V II. Holcomb. * • * Have Dutch l.iinelieon. 1 Eight women nad n Dutch lunch party at the home o'f Mrs. Vf F Brewer yesterday. After lunch they Played rook. t • * i Xcir Club Termed A new club of young married women, which will mrel each Friday lor lunch, met this week at. the hone of Mrs. W. Owen Blue when there were 15 present Each tack a dish r or the luncheon. Old fashioned garden flower-, decorated the house, where tile small lables were ntranecd for lunch. Lnler Ihe guests eluded Miss Lois Dnvis, went lo Walker park. ~ * * Compliments llride Mrs. Charles Laneslon. Bits of News Mostly Personal SATURDAY, JULY II, HES bride. was ciieit of honor al a morning bridge party and lunch- ec-n Friday when Mrs. James B C.ark entertained eight guests at her country home. Flowers from her garden decorated her living room and the ;.tnall luncheon ta- l-ot ir'tamplng Uip. tlic''bcnch or n yaeht, Worth has lln s inodernly.nd old-fashioned type of .bloomer costume. This orlfll Includes navy wool Jeiwy uloomers, a scinl-tldcd jacket to iiialrh and u pullover blouse with while dots. -A huge sun lint of'yeltov straw tor Ihe beach and a small' hut with visor brim to wear w hen boating or are suggested. Samuel F. Norrls underwent lomilcctomy at the Blytliovllle hospital today. John 11. Hodge, ol Osceola, U a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. T. G. Seal, of Ltlllc Rock, arrived today to spend the weekend with his family. He and his son Cuirell, have been on a bushiest trip through Kiinsus and other points Ihls week. Mrs. Peyton Sklpworlh and Miss Carrie Cook, of Memphis were guests 9! Mrs. Emma Nolei and family yesterday. They were accompanied home by Mrs, E. R Allison and son, Gary, who W ll return Sunday. , Miss Margaret Klingman, o New Orleans. Is the guest of Mr and Mrs. K. w. Simmons. J. P. Norrls. of Stcele, who underwent a major operation ten (lays ago at the Bjythevllle hos- pllnl. Is now progressing very well. Ills daughter, Mrs. Ed Uw- 'er. Is wllh him. Hoy Nelson Is ill from malaria U the Blythcvllle hospital. Philip licebe, of Bragg oily, Mo., underwent an emergency operation for appendicitis today at the Blythcvllle hospital, He was iccamiKinled by Bert Richardson'. Mrs. Kuia niilledRc has gone to Jr.ncsbcro Ui be with her nn.vmcnd. and Mra. -.vliilc convalescing iron, an lll- : •irss. They motored over for her. J. n. Husband is spendlnj his vacation at Lilbouin. Mo. •; .Mildred Mi-tr went lo McCrory, Uk.; today to spend several weeks vith Mr. Muir's aunt. Her aunt Mrs. H. H. iioiichins. aiid'hcr nolher, George, motored.- her to Memphis. Jane Boroivslcy. daughter of Mr. 'ml Mrs. Max Boron-sky of Ma,H:>. Is nl the Blylhcvillc hospl- ;il because of nn Infected leg. Mrs. Llllie Mae Ilalchcr left 'cday lor n week's vacation, to >c spent in Glen Allen, Miss., vith Mr. and Mrs. H. Huff, who crmerly lived at Leachvllle. Virginia Lee Meyer, of Farm- ngton. Mo., Is the guest of Shirey Jme Barlinm. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whltsltt •ctiirned last night Irom n len lays bridal trip. They went to New Orleans nnd also visited Mr. -Vhilsllfs lather nt Bastrop, La., mil a brolhcr at Little Rack.' PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH II. J. Klcindien-,1, Pastor Sunday school, 9 a. ni. Divine worship, lu a. m, Sennoi theme: "Two Applications of the Law of Love." ; No evening services during July and August. : , You are cordially Invited to join u", In our morning service. "He that is of' Goct hcarqtl, Cod's words . . ." Jn. g, vi. Worth of Furniture Will Transform Porch FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Seventh and Main W. V. Woiiiack, I'aslor The pastor will preach both morning and'evening Sunday. The sermon-subject at the : morning hour will be. "Marred Greatness nl the evening hour; • at 8:00 o'clock, "A Double Portion." The choir will sing a special arrangement ot "Watchman, .What of the Night?" nt the morning service. Church school, 3:45 a. in. Leagues 7:15 p. m. I.AKK STREET METHODIST CHURCH Vernon Chalfaut, Pastor 8:45 a. m. Church school. 10:30 a. ni. Chlirch worship^) Subject, "Saving One's Life." I 7:00 p. m. Young • People's! Vfhnl $10 will do lo furnish League. 8:00 p. m. Church service. Con- lintilng a discussion of Ihc Essential Beliefs of Methodism. 8:00 p. m. Tuesday. Mississippi County Young People's Union f:« p. fellowship. Revival 30th. son Socict): — j Outraced Chimp 'in Movie Debut II. A. Wise and daughter, Nora. I motored - to Fuyclteviile, Ark, lo ! the Fourth ol July holiday. | Mr. and Mrs. B. W. ThwcaU, ol Chattanooga. .Tenn., are visiting I heir son. John Thwcatl and fnm- j lly. They are becoming ncquaint- cd with their grandson, John' Hov.'lon Thwealt. . | Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clmble. of Hope, Ark., were weekend gucst.i of Mr, ami Mrs. Rcucl Butler. | Margate! Moffllt accompanied I by Lurlcen Bullingtoii. of Mem- phi; are motoring to' Loe Angeles- lor a month's visit' with friends' and relatives. On July 18-19. they will be In Salinas for CulifoinkiV annual rodeo. They will also visit in Holly wend. Knroiile home, they! will spend some time at yellovv- ilonr Pink, and Denver. Mr. nnd Mrs. Av'ery Hush, and children; Aveiy jr.. Chalmers, and Mary Virginia. 1 of Amnrlllo. Trans, arrived- Tlwnrday for a few duys blcs.. Mis: Aiielc Langston won handkerchiefs for first prir.c.. Mrs GUo Scrape received a perfume bot- Honer Fallirr. Mrs. Rmh Crawford B. F. Parks had an parly las' ni s hl i,, their father. W. visit willi Mr. r,i s t c rs. Mrs. H. W. Hpann and Miss Florence I7u-h. Mr. and Mrs. Rush are en- route lo i'awtuekct. Rhode' Island to attend the National Ltons club c?nvenlien. Mr. Rush 1 5 prrsi- - dent, pt the Ltons club of Amar- '•;illo. Ths children, .with :their governess, will reiiiiiiji in Ijusora. Bers Eiemor' Tliweafl,'of Chal- l.-noogu.'-Terin, 1 , 'wns the weekend jnd _ulrs. jcurft of |,,. r parculs, Mr. and Al trewnjMr;. William 'Ihwentl. honor ol; Mr. and Mrs. Dog Plays on Tracks While Train Waits ALPENA, ich. (UP)—A collie log was playing on the tracks lere recently when n northbound rain pulled out lo leave the city, The engineer stopped (he train ''•0 wait for the dog to leave Ihe tracks, but the collie kept vltli its play. Several minutes elapsed and finally the train edged toward the dog. but (his failed to frighten the collie. Finally the dog gave the train the right of way. MAXIM, i THE BITTER ' Both the porch or terrace. The nr the .chair in (he foreground m chair a and rocker ml tallies ar can lie foldc 'c of unfinished pine, d !!;•' m. Wednesday, prayei meeting date, . Augiisl FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut & Eighth Alfred Carpenter, Pastor 9:30 a. m.' Sunday school. 1C:35 a. m. Preaching service Dr. II. E. Walters' sermon topic' "Pilate's Greatest Mistake: 1 ' ' 0:30 p. m. Baptist Training Union. '':IIO p. m. Preaching 'service Sermon topic: "Three Services That All Can Render Jesus," Dr II. E. Walters. Wednesday: 7:30 o'clock,, teachers and officers meeting. 1:30 o'clock. Harry H. Brooks will present a series of-pictures on the screen. ,ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH N. II. Kliodes, Pastor. Seventh and Ash Rts. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning service, 11:00 a. m. Jail service, .1:30 p. m. Jr. C. A. Class, 5:30 p! m. , Sr. c. A. Class. 6:30 p. in. Evening service; 1:-15 p. m. The Sunday morning service will be held at the church, all other services in Ihe lent on (ilh street. The young ireoplc will hold » slreet service Saturday night a< B p. m. at Main,and First Sts. Mrs. N. H. Rhodes will bring the Saturday evening, Sunday morn- Ing and Sunday night messages, There will be no service on Monday night. On Tuesday night, July 141.1, the Rev. and Mrs. Miller w i|i ], e at the tent to continue the revival, with services every night Both arc talented musicians and well known evangelists. The public is cordially invited. iM wnisiiinc young aclvcss pn'bjibly never will forget ho hor comely legs served ns'mor liave moved.lo. Rosa. Ark., whc pink dies, fpr the centerpiece. After supper and dancing. there was music Nation's Youth Found , Turning to Sales Work • WASHINGTON-(UPi-Ths federal office of education has completed a survey of employed youth In :he,; nation's major cities showing l|jc country is deulopinj into a nation of traveling salesmen. Statisticians showed on: out of every six psraons between 18 and 25 Is engaged in seeing wmethim;. And each year more than 10D.OOO bcBfnners find employment in that Mr. Druion will opiate | nr ero . i RUSSIA lost one o( its greatest writers and supporters when Maxim Gorki died recently, M Ihe age of 68. As fiery iis \v,n his pen for the cause of tb', ] Soviet, so embittered was his own life. Orphaned nt 5, he fought through years of privation and sickness, until, at Ihc age of 13. ha sent a bullet into one lung. Saved by an operation, he began Anew to educate himself by prodigious reading, .and lo spread his bitter thoughts in writing. Thus, born Alexis Moximovitch Pleshkov, he.assumed the name o( Maxim Gorki. "Maxim, the Bitter." and began writing on behalf of the oppressed. When the revolution broke out in 1917, he supported it ardently -and soon became the lilerary FIRST PRESBYTERIAN C"UliC|! Slujirl H. Salmon, I'aslor "True Holiness" is the key- phrase of the service at this chrrch tomorrow, as the paslor brings two messages from scripture on the subject. The title of the sermon in the morning worship hour beginning at 11 oclock is "Perfecting Holiness in The Fear of God," and in. Ihe evening worship service, beginning at 7:30 o'clock in Ihc cool basement, the subject will be "Holiness Means Happiness." Sunday church school, with ample facilities for everyone, begins promptly at 9:15 a.m. s. E. Vail is general srperlnlendcnt. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH This chrrch will have a special celebration tomorrow with Sunday school. 10 a.m. and church | at 11 a.m.. when the Rev. Mr. Franks, of Memphis, will preach. There will also be ;\ number ol members of the Louisiana Bap- 'ist church present. After the mornln; church r.erv- cc the congregation will go to Walker part: for a picnic at the icon hour. Everyone Is Invited. •nils group, slightly mere expensive, war. selected for cut-of-doors buffet suppers, 'me red and white metal tea wagon lias racks for glasses and beverage pitcher below. 'Hie (op Iray is removable. and Lifer, of health and holiness." (page • 37). I.UXORA METHODIST CHURCH .las. T. Handle, Paslor Sunday school. 9:45 a.m. Mrs. Sue Brcwn, superintendent. Morning worship. IE a.m. the Rev. Garland Taylor, of Tyronza. Ark. Yorng People's meeting. 7 p.m. Evening worship, 7:45. by visiting pastor. The revival services are being largely attended and everyone is urged to attend. UiXOKA BAPTIST CHURCH L. P. Hemming, Pastor Sunday school, 0:45 a.m. J. M. Majors, superintendent. Mcrning worship, II a.m. Intermediate and junior 13. T. U. I/earicrs. Mrs. W. L. Clark and Louise Hudson McHcnry. Evening worship. 8 pm. More Tourists Seeing Europe in Own Autos WASHINGTON (UP1 - Attractive Articles Priced Within Everyone's Pocketbook IIJY I.AUIIA I.OU BKOOKMAN , back and arms for comfort, though NfcA Service Staff Correspondent| similar models without them can NEW YORK. Stretching a S10 secured. The slat-backed bill lo cover Ihc entire front c ', lillr c;1 " 1)c r ° !rtccl nat - '''he ta- porch isn't, nearly the magician's ' D ' ol(i;i nis0 ' nml Km be adjust- Irick it seems. ' | c(i (lt cillicr of two heights—a It can be done, literally. With < °* f n !'! ch . c , s f ™ m lllc n « or - u hils S10 in her handbag, the thrifty! ' m j,/ fi '- , l ° .,",'"'?' Wilr l n "S housewife can buy everything she! "? f '^'^er'"" '^crTa'^ to furnish the porch or terrace of her home in order to turn it into a summer those in trestle or sawbuck style arc to be hud in a variety of ±\, >?t 11)llrB< f, ™™ m *-™ " ™ "'' " <"- '0 easily. These room. And furnish it, too, so the neighbors will view it with envious ;nd admiring glances! | i-iiid 2 i'l "^'Y''•"""""' v "' v ' It she has as much as S2u lo' unlinislied and should' be'^treat- American announce nbrcad is spend she can make selections that give a really lavish effect. Manufacturers have outdone themselves this year to produce inexpensive, durable porch furniture that, is also pleasing to the eye. They've thought ol comfort wear-and-tear — even space-saving. cd with clear varnish, willi or without first applying a coat of light stain. Knotty pine, incident- "lly, is considered more desirable, for such pieces than wood without knots. Melal tables with tile or glass (o be had. too. within :c range, 'mere - .... **„. -t.Lu .>jj.m-.^innig. n.i(i,i are io De In AHlomobllc Awj-ialkn I Designs are simple and attractive, the inexpensive price range 'mere lint motor v,cal,oni,,- Many of (he ci.ains and tnblc3_i arc metal chai" <„, c con fort running more than 50 not the least bit flimsy, either- able-llmt (le 5 he weither 1^0 ihnve List vr:ir mil in run hn lr*\,i n .i n... ,- ; . .. K. ULI> un \\caincr 10 do CHRISTM*' S^IENTI: SERVICE 108 -W. Main "Sacrament" is tue subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in. all Churches of Christ, Scientist, rn Sunday. July 12. I D i OA Tnc Golden Text jr.: To do "rOSpector, 04, <ry .-.luie loimttiv owned and op- ! f "'"' tiav .'> with her parents' Mr .mouthpiece, for the Soviet cause tutted l,y t|,c hue Mi-s. u,,/.\- :!lul Mr:i. H. T. Baltew. j^o fircally was he admired in Itolt0 "' ' Kn.,li ,,.. ni e,-. who has been KV* sii ! ^ his birthplace ot renamed ras is o his i T = it ' R '"*cH Bmven was hosier ' 1VC ' e '" lhl> Fri<!av III., arrived Friday for a visit of co arler *ew s Classified Ads Pa y . g Gorki and honoring him for 1tj s ... >' c °fs of literary acliv. ity. \ S-iTVIO', Inc.). I per cent above last year and Jr. three times greater than the 19;i;i vohime. The statement, was based on p. report, made by K. G. Spnri'rv.v. foreign representative of the *in- llcnal moloring l.ody. Spnri'i-,,-. whose hradquarters avc in l'r\ri:. said thai predictions made r:u,v in the year of a rccord-br^kir,: foreign travel reason are b"i"? more than fulfilled and llmi. inoiiitenance of pieicni levels ('•: the rest of 103G would c. r ,la!ili;!i p. new-liigh record in the nii:n. her ot. Americans shipping lh ' its worst. The metal ware is gay- looking — jiaintctl white with Chinese red, sea blue or bright green Irim. H you chose unpaintcd furniture, or if you already own sonic that nerds only a fresh coat of look new. now is the unleash your fancy in to cars across the ocean for Ion:';:;ii touring. gcod and to communicate forget not: for with such sacrifices God Is welt pleased" (Hebrews I,1:I6K Among Ihc citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: 'Then Pcler said, Silver and gold have I none: but such as 1 have give I thcc: In Ihe name ol Jests lo Turn Trapper in l!Ki6 JUNBAU. Alaska. (UP) — 'T.vo- can be folded Hal, making it easy to move (hem from Ihe porch lo Ilic lawn and hack. Or tr> cart the whole outfit out lo the summer collage. It's a thought for ne\l-winter, too, when this furniture will take the last pcssi- | btc storage space. | A group assembled ftir Slo in- 11|J||; u< mnecisn your lancy in eludes: one slat-backed arm chair, j rc e"''d lo color. "The brighter Hie better" is this year's rule. Orange, canary, jade green and. vermil- licn are among the leaders. All- while furniture with cushions and other accessories in one—or more -of these hues is popular, too. The heaviest r,-ocd known Is ircimoocl. II. weighs 81 potind.= a. square foct and sinks in writer. ! one rocker, one chair with „,„.; '-as hack and seal; a lawn table . large enough lo hold n beverage ' tiny, books and magazines • The remblncd cost of the chairs and table Is less Ihan sio. leaving : enough lo buy chintz, gingham i cretonne or denim for cushion.'; ; Hid chair pads. The table and slat-backed chair in Ihis group arc of unfinished Slop" Jake Hirsch. 81-ycav-oM j 1<ly "'' e - or ' ir > 011 Prefer, paint- prospector who will make mov\r; :c '' or varnished. A coal of clear willi Mae West this fall, has d-- i v ' 1nlls '> Is recommended because veloucd a sudden aHection (nt j jt 8' vcs n weather resisting finish. nn:skrats. Dipping down a little deeper Christ of Nawrcth rise up and wnlk" (Acts 1:6). The Lesson-Sermon includes al- ro the follovviug passngr irom Ihe Christian Science loxtlrcok. "Scl- nice and Health «ilh Key'to Ihe Scriptures" by Mary Uaker Etldy: "When will Jesus' professed followers learn to emulate him In all his ways and to Imilalo his i»mot\».'vo me jim- «,m v > i i-.. ll mighty works? May the Chris- my claims for the last fovv years Hans of loclay take UP the more I of my life. I'm not going lo ........—.. , 1 ^,,.,,,.,, ? .,.,.,,, n iivim [R L'pcr Jake called at the Alaska r;,im- into the purse—down as deep as Commission ollicc and asked Fvnnfc I f "5.7C, to be exact a second j Dulresne. acting director, lo order! ftroupinj was selected tor lam-! muskrnts phnlcd near his rUimr. .Hies (hat cnjny e.nting out ol! at the head of Tcuakoe Inlet. ; (Inor.s. A folding table and mclal i "Why. il would lake 10 years irj'lcn wnson provide ample space] build up those raUs afler they h. u | lor serving btilfel luncheons andi been planted." Uulresnc polut»;|. supjwrs — or. for that nuilter. out. ' '• breakfast.-;. The bo.nrh in this! "l|in(V replied "Twn-Strp," Broup is unuaifilly sturdy. It Ims "Muskrals are just whal I nerd B:-:i,ICATK8SEN~UNi; Cheeses for all tattre Cold MraU of any V.ind I-'rull Juice & Ginger Ale lliliSM YAlfD ECif.S DAILY 1'ICKAHD'S CSIIO. fi; MICAT MAliKKT Phone 57.1 — We Uciivcr practical Import of thai career! It Is poN-lble-yca. U is ||ic duty and privilege of every child, man and woman—to follow ir. some degree the example of the Mas-. tcr by the demonstration of Truth under tomorrow, you know. My tat'ivi | lived to be m and he wouldn't have • died then if he had liken care ol himself." Tile commission took the rcq'ies'. MANI.RY TOURS Win. I.en Hold. Memphis All Kspenso Tour" tn Ocilla each Sat.. S23.00 Mrs. E. A. Teaford Osceola, Ark. I'boiie 101 H TAKEN FOK "HERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FREE Mr.s, Lesllo Hooper M's. A. C. Haley 1100 Chicfca.sm-ba PJione 792 Drs. 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