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Blytheville, Arkansas
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,; (ARK.).:coURIER-NEWfl .COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit B. F. Filiffer.ild & Companion Blythevllle, 81. 2 —to (he— RITZ THEATER —1» tee— "QUICK MItUOXS" Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENT6 Woman's Council, First Chrrs- llafi church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with. Mrs. W. T. Burnett. Woman's Missionary society. First Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at cliurcli, Circle one. Woman's Auxiliary First Presbyterian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with" Mrs, Dixie Crawford; Circle Tsvo, Mrs. Coin Boyd; 'Circle Tliree, Mrs: W. A Dcbyiis; Circle Four with Mrs. W B. Nally at 7:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary society Lake Street Methodist church, meeting 3:30 o'clock with Mrs. W. L. Green. Circle One, Woman's Missionary Union. First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church; Circle Tvro, at church; Circle Tliree, Mi's. J. H. Smart Jr.; Circle Four, Mrs. Theodore Logan; Circle Five, Mrs. E. M. Eaton; Circle Six, Mrs. W. H. Glover. ' TUESDAY'S EVENTS Business Women's Circle, First Methodist church, meeting 1:30 o'clock' at church'. Mrs. w. W. ighavcr entertaining Tuesday Contract club'. THURSDAY'S. EVENTS Mrs.. John Foster entertaining Double Four Bridge club. Order of Eastern Star having slated meeting 7:30 o'clock at Hall. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Junior-Senior Parent Teacher association meeting three o'ciick at high school. Mrs James Terry entertaining AdC Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS "litltlc Theater meeting 7:30 o'clock . at city hall. . : . Mrs. W. T. Obwsl and Mrs, A. M. R. Branson entertaining United Daughters of Confederacy, 2:30 o'clock, at Obersl home. FLAPPER FANNY . By Sylvia - com. i9» BY NiktuncE, inc. T. M. «t u. s. w. oir.- C.'ruup Has Party. A. group, .of Intermediate girls of the Sunday school of the First Baptist chinch was' entertained at a social meeting last night M the home of the teacher, Miss Mlhnlf : Brown. , Besides the members, guests were Mr's'.;HoUh6fI, Arlcn HolthoiT. MIES Biitorme Jaggers, 'Miss Jaekis ^Sjujjli^; Miss Elolsc- Barnes ant (Miss Jane Mcdlin. ', '••'' J Games were in charge of Miss Lanclle Smart and Miss Evelyn Pbibley. Tlie hostess served refreshments of sandwiches, cakes, candies and iced drinks. * * * Attend Osccdn J'arly Five Blytheville « onion were invited to Osceola yesterday for n party given by rifis. H c. Davidson and Mrs. 0. C. Connor. ' Those -who went down were Mrs. -Robert Grimes, Mrs. L. S. Benlsh, Mrs. Jesse M. White, Mrs. R. C. ;Al!en and ?4rs. H. G. Pnrtlow. Osceola Society — Personal TV. M. U. Increases GUIs. The Woman's Missionary Union ol Die Baptist church Increased their annual gift to the district budget fifty per rent at their regu- iar business meeting Monday Mrs Jeltie Driver, was devotional leader. 31 was also voted to elect officers- m November to take office )" /anuary of each year, in ordi-r that the new president and chairmen may select sub-commlttos and complete yearbooks for the coming jear and have them- dls- the fin > 1 mee li" in Jan- numbers n ' 0| . 1QW1 "3' S fh , , PI t^J?** ''" Mrs DwlgW. H. EacUood, president- Mrs. J. E. ztrkle. Mrs. Ralph Boa? Mrs w R -Wellborn, Mr! Moore, MrtcoV A showed of miscellaneous Mfts were brought j or presentation to Mw Bess Bullard, who is coin" to housekeeping in the Emma Cr>\ ™ M Miss.^as the only Elres t. Methodist Circles fleet The resumption of regular vveek- li meetings, election ol circle officers announced and plans dis- SSSlhi °H '," e Za " * ork Jl (i '= Jno "'™y business meeting oi the Methodist Missionary Society 1 i the church parlors this week' The first Monday/m eacli month te to be business, meeting and Bible study; a -mission study book will be studied . on each second Monday with Mrs. Mary Spann as teacher; .the lesson taken "from the World Outlook will bo led by Mr* L. W. Walters on the third Monday and the circle meetings on rte fourth. Monday. Mrs. o. Harteil! Banks taupht the seventh chaatcr of Matthew for this need's .lesson. • Circle A with Mrs. P. d. On jit as chairman, has the following officers and chairman or--siaudm° committees:' Mis. Dick Watson, secretary; Mrs. J. L. Glascoe, treasurer;, reporter of sick, Mrs. Gal- J<wty. Mrs. C. N. Pace, Mrs. Alma Mcrrlscn, newspaper reporter, Mrs. Jlmmle OwnHney; telephone, Mrs. A. S. Rogers, Mrs." Justus Edrlng- "Ssli! He's conceiitratin 1 on another invontiou—,ioiiie kind of kite coveted with fly paper." Osceola Residents Are Deeply Concerned Over War In Europe OSCEOLA. Ark,, Sept. 9.—Morris Sllvcrneld. Jewish merchant of Oscecla. Is spending every hour of the (lily and night that can be spared from his business listening anxiously to radio reports of news from (lie battlefrouts in Poland since Europe's "war cf nerves" lias become a grim reality. Mr. Sllvcrneld has four sisters inti three brothers living lix the fections of that country where lighting is reported 'heaviest. His oldest sister Mrs. Ida Kayen, a widow, living in Die city cf 3u- wnlki near the German-Polish border, wrote under date ol August second that her only son and support was recently called to the army. A medical certificate frcm her physician stating that due to a weakened heart she \\as unable to work could not exempt him from military service. A brother, Henri Silvcrlield, resides In Grodno, an Important city fifty miles frcm Warsaw. Their father, the laic Rabbi Lionel J. Sllvcrneld of Su- wnlki, ivns a prominent Rabbi, and teacher In the Orthodox Jewish Church or Poland. In his will, written by himself in Yiddish, he left a sum to be used by ndiill students In the study of the Tal- nmdc T:rah nnd for other classes founded by him. All letters to and from Poland must now go through Roumania. I. HRiwarg. veteran merchant and tailor of this city, is deeply ccncerncd over a sister, Mrs.'Line Wcinstein, living in Warsaw. In a recent letter to her brother, she stated thai her son. Kohath, 21 years of age having completed school had that week received his visa to go la Palestine under the Zionist rehabilitation program for that country to engage In agricultural work. Mr. Uanvarg tears he may have been called Into the army before leaving for Palestine Other sisters lire in Belgium and m Odessa, Russia; two brothers live In Moscow. M r . Hnnvarg, who was born In Kiev, came to this country when 20 years of age remaining In New York two years before coming to Memphis, then I lo Osceola~!.;n 1891. He was (hci second Jewish merchant' to locate in the small river town l:catcd along the banks of the Mississippi River, now known as "old-town' ot Osceola. His son, L. K. Harwarg, Is also in business here. Harry.Fogclmim, with the Nathan Wcinbcrg Company, was born In Pullusk, Poland, n town located on the Vistula River fifteen miles from Warsaw. He has an uncle and several cousins there, whom he feels sure arc seeing active ser vice. Mrs. Morris Nickol was in constant, touch Sunday \vitli Memphis relatives who were seeking lo establish contact by cable with her aunt, Mrs. Dave Stcrnberg of Memphis, who with her grandson, Arthur flatlc Jr.. have been touring England, France and Switzerland for the past two m:ntlis, it ins finally learned that I lie two sallett on September 5 from Vichy, France oh a Dutch liner. They' are expected to lund In New York this week. Other Jews in Osceola, who have relatives and friends cr who were born In the warring nations mid arc therefore following wltii more than usual interest the develop menu arc Mr. and Mrs. M. Ruben stein, two of whose children were b:rn in Lithuania 'and three in Osccoln; Mr. and Mrs. Rubenstcin's brothers and sisters now live in Johannesburg, South Africa, and in London; Mr, and Mrs. W. M. Nlckol; Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wein- bcrg; Mr. and Airs. Louis Lapldes; Dave .Silverblatt, J:c Applcbanm; E. M. Jaflc and Miss Lillian Jaffe, both or whom were born In London. With existing world conditions, the Jewish citizens of Osceila who form an Important part of the business life of the city, the observance of Rosti-Shonok. Jewish New Year 5700 A. M.. on Septcm- ter Hlh and loth approaches with more than ordinary significance, followed ten days later, on September 23rd. by Yom Kippur cr Day of Alcnemenl occurring at the time ot the ancient Harvest Festival when every person brought a tenth of his material and financial earnings that year for religious uses and Temple service. on. Mrs. John Whitworth. Mrs S H. Locfchart. Mrs. C. M. Harwell. Mrs. W. c. Mason: finance. Mrs. ... W. Walters; custodian chiirc'.i untl. Mrs. c. i\r. Harwell- cnter- ainmrnl, Mrs. c. H. ' We.ithcrsby. Mrs. Moiia Moore: gifts. Miss Nell Rlicdcs. Mrs. Roy E, Dawson. chairman >f circle B has not completed the i?l of officers but will have Mrs. 3. L. Stanton for secretary and \{rs. Tal Tongale ns treasurer. Circle C elected Mrs. S. M. Hod- ?es lor chairman and Mrs, E. L. Ecles vice-chairman: Mrs. D. Fred Taylor, .secretary: Mrs. ' J. A Plgg. treasurer: publicity. Mrs. Lee Max•'••ell; devotional leader. Mrs W B riannlgan and Mrs; H. B Jones' :nlcrtaii)mriil, Mrs. E. S Driver 1 '•%"'• E - Colbert. Mrs. John . Mrmgton. Mrs. G. S Battle' T',', MrS> •'' U Wai(1 - M'*- T 'l . roller, Mrs. o. E. Massonglll.! Mrs. Fober White, Mrs. Edward Scgravcs. I Junior-Senior P. T. A, Will Meet Wednesday The Junior-Senior Parent Teacher association will have its first. meeting cf this year Wedne day a wmoou at tines o'clock at the high school auditorium, Mrs. Harry tod - ' presWeta > / f •, > enent <f. schools, will speak to the group on Abnormal " Read Courier News' Want Ads. Local Men Visitors At Illinois State Fair The stale fair at DuQuoin. III., tras visited yesterday by J Mell County Fair Assoc'iatkn; R. & Blaylock. lair director, chairman of Brooks, secretary of Hie Mississippi the poultry committee and a member of the shows and concession committee: Roy E, Noton, who Is in charge of the first horse and mule pulling contest to be ticld here this mcuth and a- member or (he mules committee, and Dr S. P. Martin. Special attention was given to the livestock displays which will also be featured in the county fair to be held here Sepl, 21-Oci. ]. Joe "Pepper" Hcrr Is Visitor In City Joe "Pepper" Hcrr, electric steel guitar artist, who has spent th" pflEl three months in Hollywood.! Calif., with Dora Lee and Ue/ Prairie Pioneers, is vacationing Miss Lee Is expected ( 0 join Mr. H«ir sometime this Mek here, Whtie here, Mr. Hcrr will broadcast over KLCN with the Dude Ranch Wrangler*. Bits of Newt Mostly PertouU Mrs. W. P. Shore of Union city, and Mrs. EM(jar Shore of Rim letju., are spending the. weekend family US " C Hoopcr and Mrs. Nellie smith has relumed to Memphis after hiving spent two weeks here with relatives She was accompanied back b\r her daughter Melba Joy, who hfc been making her home here with her aunt, Mrs. Aubrey ChlMs, ind fnm- lly. Melba Joy will enter 8t. Ames Academy In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Childs motored theni down today Mrs. Brad i,. D*n!«l, who has been quite ill for the past week Is now able to be out. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles O, Mve- Jiead returned yesterday from Forrest City where they had spent a few days with Mrs. Mwehead's parents, Mr. and Mrs. UoyB. iliey have spent the summer in North Carolina where they were coun- sellors In camps. Miss Churchill Buck will leave Monday for FayettevUle where she Is to attend me University of Arkansas. She win be motored there by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. c. M Buck, who will return Tuesday Dr. and Mrs. I. R. Johnson returned last night from a three week's vacation spent in Miami, st Augustine and other pbirits o Florida, and Havana, Cuba: Uoyd Florman returned las night from Memphis where he had been undergoing sinus treatraen at the Baptist hospital.' His mother, Mrs. Sam Florman, who had been with him, also returned. Miss Martha Ann Lynch went to Fnyeltevllle tcday to enter the University of Arkansas. She was motored there by her mother, fvfrs B. A. .Lynch, aiid Miss Patty sfiane who will return tomorrow. The. Eev. and Mrs. James A Overholser who have been residing on Kentucky-avenue, moved Wednesday to the Presbyterian Manse on Fifth street. • Mr. and. Mrs. Earl O'Neal arid daughter, Peggy Ann, of jones- boro, are spending today here with Mrs. O'Neal's parents, Mr. am Mrs. C. M. Buck, and family. Miss Helen Ttadul went to Lime Rock Thursday to spend a few days with Miss Martha Randall She and Miss Randall who attend the University of Arkansas at Pay- el.lHvlUe will go on to school from Little Rack tomorrow. Mr!'and Mrs. Bert Lynch Jr., of St. Louis, came Wednesday for a visit here with Mr. Lynch's parents, Mr. aiirt Mrs. B. A, Lynch. They plan to be here through Sunday. Miss Louise Angel of Oklahoma City, Okla., will arrle Sunday to make her home here with her cousin, -Mrs. R. L. Gaincs. and family. Maurice lleichel and Ben Mac White left this nurnlng for Tuscaloosa Ala., where, they nllcnil the University of Alabama. Mr. White will be H freshman while Mr. Rei- chcl returns as an lippcr classman'. Graham Wright ol Nashville, Tcnn., new instructor in the Siid- bniy school, arrived 1 Thursday to spend the sclio:! session here. Dick Tipt'-n returned today to Jnckson, Tcnn., where he Is a student at Union University. He was motored there by his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tipton. J. P. Holland went to Gracey, K.V., this morning where he Joined his grandfather, J. C. Thurmond, for > the funeral service of his grandmother, Mrs. Thurmond, which is being held at Hopkinsville. Ky.. this afternoon. He made the trip by plane. CHURCH NEWS CHURCH OF CHRIST nenton'M, NM!, pastor Lord's Day services: 10:00 a.m. Bible study. ll'.CO a.m. Morning worship. 11:45 a.m. Communion. 8:00 P.IJI. Preaching. Wednesday's services: 8:00 p.m. Song sen-Ice and sliuly Dally broadcasts oVer KLCN Monday and Saturday from 13:1. to 12:30 o'clock and Sunday froti 2:30 to 4:15 o'clock. FIRST- CHUKCK OF THK NAZABKNK Kupha D. Beasiey, jastar • 0:45 a.m. Sunday school. Nobli McCullar, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. Scr nion subject "Commands ;int Promises Pertaining to Holiness,' 6:45 p.m. N. Y. P. S. "!:Z1 p.m. Evening evangelist!: service. Sermon subject, "Prepa ration For a Revival." Regular board meeting Monday night. Also annual election of officers will be held. We urge • al members to be present, At The Hospital* Blytheville Hospital Mary Elizabeth Rogers. Clear Lake, admitted. Jodie Lee Carpenter, Bragz Citv admitted. Gerald Bryant Bragg city, admitted. [Memphis Biplfel Miss Evelyn Slaylon. Joiner, admitted. John Allen Kackley, Leachville ndmitted. Memphis Mclhcdht Hospital Juanita ffardbi. Dell, admitted Walls Hospital Bom to Mr. and Mrs. J H Flowers, city, a son. Hamp Austin, city, admitled. Mrs. E. L. Fisher, city, dismissed. Mrs. Luther Cravens and baby city, dismissed. Mrs. Maude Allen Anderson, Sttcle. dismissed. Harry Vcrnon Sales Jr.. Bragg City, dismissed. Bats use their tails as parachutes when stopping suddenly. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH , Walnut at Klghth Alfred Carpenter, Pastor Sunday; 9:30 ajn. Sunday school. 10:40 a.m. Morning worship, spe cial music. Seimon, "My Church,' ii:30 p.m. Training Union. 7:30 p.m. Evening worship, special music. Sermon, "How Shall We Escape?" Wednesday, all-Church Nigrt. 7:00 p.m. Departmental meeting 1:30 p.m. Mid-Week service. 8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. BAPTIST C1MPEI, Lilly Street 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. THE REISER METHODIST CHURCH R. E. L. Btarden Jr., pastor Church school at 10:00 a. m. Mr, J. H. Watts, general superintendent. Meeting of Worker's Council immediately following Church school. Preaching services at 11:00 a. in. The pastor will use as his Labci Sunday message, "The Right to Work and Worship." FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James A. Overholser, minister Sunday school 9:45 ajn. Morning worship 11:00 a.m. Sermon tcpic, "Distinctive Christianity." Young People's meeting 6:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 .p.m. Sermon topic, "Contentment'." Midweek Prayer Service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice Wednesday 8:15 p.m. Everyone not attending services elsewhere is crrdially invited; to come and make this his church home. Visitors in the city especially welcome. LUTHERAN CHURCH H. .1. Klcindienst, pastor Divine worship 9:45 a.m. Sermon loplc: "Little Things Exceedingly Wise." Sunday school nilly 10:45 a.m. The children cf nur day and Sun- clay schools will be especially addressed in the worship hour and Will learn of the plans for the fall activity. All children enrolled are requested lo be present at the church service. The Advanced Instruction class willl meet Monday aftcrncon 3:45. The teachers of the Sunday school will meet for an important meeting Friday, 7:30 p.m.. at tile church. We preach and teach Christ Crucified In our church services and In our day and Sunday schools. We invite yen to hear this message. PILGRIM TABERNACLE 110 Cherry street O. W. Doss, pastor 3M5 a.m. Sunday school. U:00 a.m. Worship service. 7:30 p.m. Young People's service led by the Rev. Mrs. W. O. Bottenberg. 8:00 p.m. evangelistic service.. 7:45 p.m. Wednesday. Prayer service. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth Oeo. W. Pallcrs:n, minister 3:45 iun. Bible school, W. O. Geurin. superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Worship, communion and preaching. The members of the American Lejion will atlend in i body. We are delighted that they Minnie Lse McGregor Teacher of Piano announces Uic reopening of her ckiss Monday, Sept. llfh i. 807 Chirk. PliMtc 1026 I In Tesas. during the 1937 holl- day ^ season, tumbleweeds, wired together and sprayed with sliver i and white, ^ere used as Christmas! tre MISS VIRGINIA MARTIN MISS ELIZABETH McLEAN announce the opening, of a Studio of MUSIC ami DRAMATIC ART . 701 Chlckasawba Avenue Monday, September llth Stadb Phoiie 27«V ' Residence I-lionc s losa- are to he cur guests and are ?lad to extend them a most cordial welcome. f:*5 p.m. worship and preaching. Strmon by the pastor. Wednesday 7:45 p.m. Singing al the churcJi. All members of the church Invited. We most c:rd!al!y Invite Ihe public, strangers In our city especially Invited, We'll try to mate you glad you came our way. TKMPLE ISRAEL Herman Pollack, Babbl Season's services will resume Sunday afternocn at 3 o'clock. Serjnoh topic: "Random Rakings," a preliminary discussion ' for the holidays. Everyone la cordially invited. , CALVARY CHURCH, OSCEOLA Mallheip A. Cnrry, prlest-In-clurrc Evening prayer and sermon at 1:30 o'clock.. ST. STEPHEN'S EPJSCOM1, CHURCH Matthew A. Cuiry, priest-iu-charfe 11:00 a. in. Morning prayer aiid sermon. 10:00 a. in. church school. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH V. M. Sweet, pastor 9:45 a. in. Church school. 10:45 a. m. Preaching service. 6:30 p. in. Young People's meetings. 7:30 p. in. Preaching service. 7:30 p. in. Wednesday, prayer service. ASSEMBLY OK GOD CHUHCH S. A. Merrill, pastor 8:30 a-, m. Radio program. 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 11:00 a. m. Morning service. 2:30 p. in. Men's Prayer baud. 6:30 p. m. Christ Ambassador classes. 7:45 p. in. Evening services. Tiie Mitchell .Evangelistic party will render a musical program from 7:30 to 7:45 o'clock Sunday night. The Rev. Donald Mitchell's suh- ject will be "The Sin of the World." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES I IB S. Broadway SUBSTANCE is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, September 10, 1933. The Golden Text is: "Labour net lor the meat which perisheth, but for that meat which endureth unto everlasting life, which the Son of man shall give unto you: for him hath God the Father sealed." John 6:27, Among Die citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following frcm the Bible: "Wilt then set thine eyes upon that which is not? For riches certainly make themselves wings: they fly away as an angel toward heaven." Proverbs 23:5. The Lesson-Sermon :a'lso includes the following passages from the Christian Science' textbook "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures", by Mary' Baker Eddy: "Things spiritual and eternal are substantial. '-Things material and temporal arc insubstantial." Page 335., ;_ _ - •- ---SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER- 9, 1939 Fine Arts Instruction Is Available As Studios Open . FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Main and Seventh K. B. Williams, pastor ' Church s'chcol 9:45 a.m. S. K. Garrett, superintendent. Morning worship. Anthem—"O! Come Into My Heart.: Lord Jesus" —Ambrose. Soloist—Wilson Henry. Message: "What Is Got Like?" Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Duet- Lavonne Redman and - Barbara Bobo. Message: "The Virgin Birth." This is Ihe second of a series of sermons on the A pestles' Creed. 8:00 to 11:30 each morning, the Pastor will be in his study to see anyone who wishes to ccunsel with him. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Recreation at the church. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible Study. Genesis. Thursday 7:30 p.m. choir practice, . Friday 8:00 p.m. Meeting of Church school workers at Ix;pant3. Sunday 8:45 p.m. The Young People will meet In their resp«c- tive departments. In one day. a young robin can it earthworms measuring a total "gtli of H feet. P'ine arts will not be neglected m Blytheville this year fcr when Hie public schools begin classes Monday, numerous studios of dance, speech, piano, and instruments will also be opened. Again (his year, Charles G. M:re- head, member of the high school faculty and band instructor, will give lessons. Although the Junior Senior Parent Teacher association sponsors (he band, these lessons will \x considered extra curricula! activlto, New studios to be opened Include the studio of dramatic art and piano at 101 Chtckasawba avenue In which Miss Virginia Martin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom F Martin, wilt be piano Instructor, and Miss Elizabeth McLean will be Instructor of dramatic art, which includes speech correction. Miss Martin received her Bache- Icr ot Music degre from the University of Arkansas at Fayettcville this spring and has done special worlf In practice teaching. Miss McLean received her degree in speech at the Mississippi state College for Women at Columbus. In addition to her c:llcgc dramatic training, she spent the summer of 1938 doing theatrical work at the Mohawk Theatre at SchonecUidy, N. Y., and this summer in New York studying posture, make-up and modeling at the Qnpire Mannequin sen col. A new dance studio iviH'bc opened Sept. 18th at 801 Chlckasawba avenue by Miss Louise Angel, of Oklahoma City. Miss Angel taught the past year in the Kathryn Duify school with 'which she has been connected since she was five years "old, Fcr the past three years she has been doing professional work and comes here from a ten weeks' engagement at the Grand Hotel at Mackinac Island. Among the types cf dancing she plans lo teach are ballet, tap, ballroom, toe, and adagio. Besides Miss Martin, other instructors of piano which annually attracts more than a hundred students, are Miss Kathryn Grear, Mrs. Ramsey Duncan and Mrs. Minnie Lee McGregor, all of whom have taught here before. Miss Grear, who has studied at the American Conservatory at Chicago and the Columbia University at New York, has her studio at 104 North Seventh street. Mrs. McGregor teaches in her home at 807 Chickasawha avenue. She was graduated from the Washington. Conservatory at St. Louis and studied at the J. Paul Stalls studio in Memphis. At 719 Chlckasawba avenue, Mrs. Ramsey Duncan will again have her studio. She has been teaching here longer than any cf the other instructors. ' ' ' • Mrs. Charles O. Morehead is the other teacher of speech in the city She taught here for the first time last year and has spent-the summer at Lake Lure Camp for Girb at Lake Lure, N. C., where she directed activities of the campers She teaches at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stevens. V<icc students may study under Mrs. H. J. Kleindien'st, who Is ie- openlng her studio at 107 Sixth street. A teacher here for two years, she was formerly assist-an to Felix Heink at' the Heinfc Conservatory at St. Ltuis. Classes in elementary and advanced art will be taught again this year by Mrs. L. L. Ifubener. For the two hours class work a week students meet at tiie Hufcener home at 1214 Chlckasawba avenue. Mrs. Roy Walton, who has c:n- ducted a kindergarten class here I for a number of years will again j offer training lo children between | ages of four and six at her subur- I ten hcjne on the Barflcld road. She studied in St. Louis and has long been associated with children's work of this type. Dell News The Womans Missionary Union of the Dell Baptist Church met at the church Monday afternoon with jl members present. The . meeting oiwned with (he song of the year. iThe devotional was given by Mrs. M. w. Lewis from the 1st chapter |of Let'itlcus after which sentence prayers were oflercd. Bible question and answer period was led (by Mrs. Delia Ozce. The next meeting will be at the Church two iveeks later. Udel Tarplcy, of Arkansas State college at Jonesboro, spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Geo. L. McGehey. Howard Haskell, tractor driver of'S. T. Freeman, ran into M. L. Moody-s truck wltlv a tractor one day this week causing some damage to the truck, the truck was parked in front of Mr. Moody's residence. • ..• Mr». j. ; L. Tldwel) and son, James; went to Drew, Miss, where they .visited. Mrs. Tidwell's sister for two or thrc days this wecfc. The merchants of Del! are sponsoring a free talking picture show each Monday night during the fall season. ' Tom F. Martin is having a new three room tenant house built en his farm near town. Misses Louise Brownlee, Connie Wallls, and Robin Gill have gone to Jonesboro where they will enroll in Arkansas Sta^ college for the coming school year. Miss Jean Stacy will attend the University of Mississippi. Miss Niel Luckett. -who lias been m the Baptist hospital at Memphis for an appendectomy, is reported to be recovering rapidly. ' The Methodist Woman's Missionary society.met in a business session at the. home 'of Mrs. Dave Canford Tuesday afternoon. Some at the wcinen plan to go to the zone meeting at Leachville Friday. ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs. H. J. Kleindieusl now resuming courses in Vocal Training 1C7 Sixlh st. Phone 966W U$TOmER$ the children's clolh- fs ready ht school is no task since 1 ilsrUrt sending Ilicm In the IHA'TIIEVJU.E STEAM MirNDRV. Tlicy return them beautifully laundered every week," For Belter Laundry and Dry Gleaning STEAM LAUNDRY Burglars Pamse for Snack •WATERBURY, Conn. (UP)—The burglars wha broke -into Matthew Shea's tavern weren't, content to cart away cigarettes and cigars. Before leaving they sat-doWn to a meal of turkey arid haai sandwiches and drew themselves a 'few beers. • '- • ... " -. . • . . , ELECTRIC .WIRING BEAUTIFUL LINE 'OF ELECTRIC FIXTURES Electric Ranga and Waler Heaters WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP 110 So. rhon. 311 Send Them to School in Shoes That Fit KEWHETWINS REG U S PAT. Off. ARE BUILT FOR f ERYKE •'•' • .-Thsy last a long Urns; and ihey Kesp lhair good looVs; and they're rndde scientifically to help growing Isit develop correclly." ' ' • \cwriie Twins tor Boys or Girls. Sport' Oxfnrds. Ghillie . Ties nr - Shoes.' ? , • . . In 8 , 12;-;, • lo 3 $2.50 $3.50 WWfhs 'A A ta.D. . Girts • Oxfords W *=l- w -«H

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