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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 11, 1939
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PAGE TWO COURIER NEWS COURIER NEWS ; COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit George FM<N & Comjnswn Blythwlllc, Kt, 3 — to the— KJTZ THEATEK "KVB LITTLE I'KI'l'KRS" Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Business Women's Circle, Iir.,1 Methodist, \hurcli, meeting 7:30 o'clock at church. Mrs. W. \V. Shaver cntertniiiln" Tuesday Contract cluu. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs.- John Foster enlertainin, Double Four' Bridge club. Older of Bistern sl«i having stated meeting 7:30 o'clock at Hall. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Junior-senior Parent Teacher association meeting three o'clcck at high school. Mrs. James Terry entertaining ADC Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS •Ullle Theater meeting 7:30 o'clock at city hall Mrt, W. T oboist and Mr> A M E Branson elUoitnlmng United Daughters' of Confederacy, 2:30 o'clock.'at c-berst home. FLAPPER FANNY 1H»BYNt«SlWICt.1l«. T.M.HN.V.S r*r.0(r.- By Sylvia jUanor Mrs. Thoniasson Mrs. Vernon Thomnsson, who has moved to Cenlralla, 111., lo make her home, was guesi of lion or «t a party and liandkeichi«f shower guen Saturday mornlrg ai the suburban' home of Mrs. Tom BracMm Mn> Bob Ovijnn. Mrs Jess Horner, Mrs. Frank Wilks of Caruthersvllle and Mrs. Bradstur were hostesses. The 12 guests were seryjd an old . fashlncd counirV breakfast Arilli- country ham as the mnlii dish. Attractive checked luncheon cloths .were in preen, blue nnd red and white. Homo made tallies fen- luring an old fashioned girl dressed in material- corresponding to the cloths were useil as plii-e- cartls. Vases of rosebuds were used In the ,t centers of the small tables tthile other bouguels of gniden flowers .wero< arranged about :be house. Bridge followed . breakfast. High score priM went lo Mrs. Bernard Jaggers and second high to Mis. C H King A gill iv.ii also pic- .sented Mrs, Lewis Dlpqrt, of Gen- trails, who spent a few dajs heic with Mrs. Tlimhasson while she v»as making " final arrangements about moving Mrs Dlpert nnd ' Mrs. Thomasson left Saturday, Elect Officers Miss Coidelm Willntc wns elected president of (he Doicas Sim- day school class of Ihe First Bap- list church at a meeting al Hie church Friday afternoon when Mrs R L Marshall and Mrs VI B, Acton were hostesses. Othei officers crown were Mis W W Watson, Mce piesident, Mrs C I 1 Tuckei, second \ice president, Mrs. Charles Ncweomb, third vice picbldent, Mia Prank Simmons, fourth vice president, Mrs T. H Hajncs. secretary, Mis C. G Hires, treasurer; Mrs. T. L. Cassidy, reptrte'r. The devotional on "The Divine BACK-TO-SCHOOL "Something sensible lot sihopl And sec if you can match' Jt with this sample," Miss, Victoi-it\ Layle Weds Horace LinrJsey LUXORA. — Announcement was made today of the marriage ol Miss Mr. Victoria- . and Mrs. daughter of James Laylc, to . , Horace L. Lindsay of Pnvls, Tcnn., and Osccola. The ceremony wiis performed Sunday afternou. three o'clock, by the Rev. Harold B. Tlllmiin, pas- ter of the Osccola Baptist church, il his home. The bride wore a powder blue Hat crepe frock, trimmed in white, and her accessories were In white. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. Hnll accompanied Mr. Lindsay nnd his bride to Osceola for the rites, Mrs. Lindsay, wiio was graduated from the Luxora high school, is owner of the Victoria Beauty shop here. The bridcsrcom. who formerly was employed lit Luxora, is now headquartered In Osceola. He and his bride will jhrike' their home here." Steele-Cooier Society—Personal Hostess To Uuk.y Nine Mrs. Vclmer Campbell was hostess to her Lucky Nine Bunco Club and the following gucsls, Miss Hoivcnn Cnmpbell, Mrs. James The devotional on "The Divine o M w "" ; l JU <-'Ji, Mrs. James Call of Moses" was presented by i „ r i"' s - Tonl H °PPer and Mrs. Miss Wilhite. Prayers v,eie offeied I \, Ca * ey ' by Mrs. Marshall nnd Mrs H Baniett. During Uic social hour, refreshments were served the 12 mambers present. Announce Cast For T. N. Brigancc received high score, Mrs. \yhile, bunco. Mrs. _, ,.-.,,, ,, 4li i Vl umii,u, vii White traveling bunco nnd Rowcna Cnmuacll low score. The lustess served a snlad course and iced drinks. liuslrai lo .fully Kight p ,,„' Mrs. Abncr Ashcrnft was hosier I all v o her Jolly Eight Bunco club and „ , two Biiests. Mrs. Uasil McClure Cast for the Little Theater's .trd Mrs. Glyim Jones, at her home /ir.,1 production of lln, season | fhursday night. today following trjoul.'; held Tliins- en aetil to M^rs day and Satmday nights cf last bunco prize, 'a v,eek Tentative dale of thc ihov. is Wednesday Bill night, Oct. , b , )( L CaJrtv car? can - . ....... " ---- ""-' .^v,uii, \VUJll to Mrs. Fred Vaughn, traveling SC ° rc two previous shows. o! Canny which Robert Monlwmeiy made famous in Uic movies Mrs, R. p. Kirsbncr, who >IF^. previously worked with the group 'n R directorial capacil>. «i)l piav the rolD of old Mrs. Bramsoil, who lakes Danny Into her home Her niece, Olivia, will be phjocl by Mrs. Chatlca G. Morehcnd. who apnearert Ui "Chinese White. 1 ' .Two new faces to Little Theater roing audiences, will be Miss Elizabeth McUan: and Miss Laura McLean Is to do the ' K»le. role : of Mrs. '• Bramson's Cockiif r housekeeper and Miss H?te will play the CccUcy maid Both ha\e had previous Iramrng <n the.- atrical work. James Ro> al:o a newcomer ;o Sirs. .UcClulloinli UoMcwi (o (Jhib Mrs. J. W. McCiilloiigh was Hos- trss lo her Tuesday timchcon Club with n fisli fry at h c r country home at New Survey this week when Mrs I. A, Haggard was a guest , !V lcr ?'<«wr the guests playcri bridge v/lth thc higlv score phize gofns to Mrs. A. P. Neilhlud. bridgo r n' G i,, w - ""coin, both from Carirthcrsvlllc-. nnd Uic guest, prize t: Mrs. Haggard. * « « .1.111103 linbcrt Gcorgi- Annouiicciiicnts have arrived here of Uie arrival of a nl ne pound son r ' v 1<l itrs ' Tolllmlc tne Jrcemaii liospttal in they ,, ow live, en ,- ' . . " Nichols, at licr home at Mlcola this week. Thc high score prize went to Mrs. Raymond Dropks and low score la Mrs. Conrad Frame. feed lemonade was served during Ihe Barnes nnri ill the close of Uic fifterncon (lie hostess served assorted sandwiches, pickles, olives and butler scotch pie topped with whipped cream. * • » Honors Birthday Mayor C. 'P. Howard of Slcele was guest of honor nt an 'elaborate surprise birthday dinner given by his wife at tliclr hcme last night (Friday) when all of his children were present. Mr'. Howard received a large assortment of lovely gifts from all his children and grandchildren. Those who attended were Mrs. E. \V. McCann and daughters, Helen and Mary Anna, of Cooler, Mrs. Clay Lewis anil children and Mrs. Muschell Hamra and children all-of Steclc. At the Hospital* Bl.illicvillR Hospital Mary Reichel, city admitted. Mrs, Adu Wells, city, admitted. Marion Randolph Smith, city, arjnilttcd. Marion Lewis, Hickmim, admitted. • Allen Thomas Lynn, city dismissed. J. A. Clmplu, city, dismissed. Walls Hospital Elmer Moore, Armorcl, admitted. Miss Jewel Lee, city, admllled. Mrs. Ernestine Rceder, Stcelc, dismissed. Memphis Methodist llosplliil Clyde Whistle, Roseland, admitted. Slcmiiltis Baptist Hospital Mrs. c. A. Cnldu-cll, city, admitted. Albert Wllkcrenn, Keisor, admitted, Joi: Knydeu, Ciiruthcrevillc, admitted, Mrs, D. p. Reid, city, admitted. Jopin. v n »><~, «<// uuv a uevscvmcr 10 -"*"»•• *vjicic iney now live en the ranks will interpret the char-|f c P ( - '• The baby i,as been named »r.lrr ,nf .h.- ,„.,......„... ....:.. James Robert. The.V both fOlZrlV hvca a actcr ,of .trie conservative Iiwjer in lo\c with Olivia Ralph Farrar, *ho has worked with the plajers since Iheh orgHiilzation. lias been cast as the policeman. Two other parts werp not announced but vlll probablv be cast tonight Rehearsals will be the 11 tonight at Charles Cohoou. director am>oiua- cd_today A ineetmg ol the committee heads and officer;, ullh Mrs. Cohoon at o'clocl. ttlil precede the rehearsal. --.. ...v.., u vlll 4L>tml'fjy al bteelc Kn a Mrs. George :fore her marriage. Miss Viola [Hiris, uttdglitcr of Mr and Mrs Williams. BmioulKi "S a Val of-, - The Massachusetts Institute of Technology oscertalned that at the moment cf impact vith the cjub, a jolf ball flattens, remains momentarily pressed against Uie face, then shoots off Into space,' -, Pound son at the Memph Met This W, U '« «»«' o' Hil, weeL Slha'VK ECC ° ml ChM a " d Mrs. Rhodes wiis before iier iiiar- notLr I/ 0 * A " re ™'«P» Her inoiher, Mrs. Jo ,i nic P i inllD , .. sUylng in Memphis will, h"? Hcstcss to Club - ---~"«3 \,1UU Mrs. Frankie B, Holloman en- tertaliied her Tuesday club of Steele and one guest,.MM. Lillian Mineral Forms For 50 Years In Borax Bed WASHINGTON (UP) _ A rare mineral \ihlch exists about once every SO years has been added lo Ihe collection of (he Smithsonian Institution, it was revealed here. The mineral, found for the first time on the bed of the Borax Lake in California in ISM. was 'named "Iccpleltc" In honor of the late Dr. John B, Tecplc. by Its discoverers. W. A. Gale, of the American Pol.- ush ami Chemical Corp.; Dr. William P. Foshag. ol thc U. S, Nu- llonnl Museum, 'and M. Vonsen, ol I'elaliinia. Cut Twpltitt was found in crusts cf ite formed within small pools that remained when the bornx lakes dried iip thc year the mineral wns found. The fnct that the IDiM drouth caused the beds to clrj up lor the first lime since 1801. gave rise lo the belief Hint tho inineral forms only about once in every Isalf century. English Girl, Only 5, Has Seen 1,000 Films! _ SHEFFIELD. Eng. ( UP1 — Five- year-old Sylvia Rncc of Sheffield' has seen more Ihnn- 1,000 films j Her first visit, to the cinema wns ' at the nge of six weeks when she v:ns taken by her mother. Father, mother nnd daughter now go lo the cinema tour times a week, ycslcrdiiy from Detroit Mlch"^ len days' " Great Lnt were the corporation Great Lake* and at Chryslers. They returned through ' r* „ tni '""'v.tiuw iviiu nit vvuuuy nomc Ol ftllS. Jin Kin children, of Memphis, spent Gwallney. No prizes are trlvei yesterday here with Mr. and Mrs "•'" -"' •-' " • Bits of New* Mostly PerwiuU Osceola Society — Personal Emmell Co.vln .eft by hs s:n o-n, Mrs. Warren Jack- Golda Reed, who 1'resbyferUn Circles Mrs. Bob Croiner was hostess lo nine memljers of circle one of the Presbyterian Auxiliary in her hcme on Carson La kc !„.,(, weck . Mrs . L. i. Lawrence was leader of the devotional lesson and the round lablc discussion on Sunday schcols in Uie rural communities, based on for an article ' " vey. Plans dinner lo be served to the Missis- County Farm Bureau tonight relumed this inorninir Mr and Mrs T i ?i.. . , ^"oywiuw 15 enainnnn, met in »<'» wiarj:m Doyie spent (he •slcrdiw froni ri'i^?. y , r . C . lUI ' nl;d Ill1 f,. homc of Mrs. James Driver Labor Day holidays with Mrs. W. E. .MCiaay Horn Detroil. \IM, „ «.in* »», __ , .. ,v,,,i n ,, , n R ld K | C y Tcnn She wis Island -v^ u ,v, fliii-ii., a with ten mcnibers present. Mrs. "'»»«!> in BWglcy, Tcnn. She was »i spent on (he C. B. Driver was devotional leader, accompanied to Caiuthersvllle by m Detroit they "Forgotten Areas in Ihe Hiirnl Mrs. Dunlap's mother, Mrs. Tnl- or the Chrysler South" was the subject of a dis- msaise Tongale. *'° "' on cusslcn led by Mrs. George Doyle. ,J«<lee S. L. Gladisli and Mrs. Gladlsh arc spending ten days iii , „..,, t , v i.Jfltl.p.H mlj TV* for a showing of the 1940 Mrs. CJwaltiwy Hostess Ohio and Indiana. Mrs- Byron' Bartholomew and W. S. Robert Reiser, Barnes Crook and ;onnle Modingcr were in Memphis yesterday lo hear Maxlne Sullivan sins In Uic stage show at the Or- plicum theater. Miss Ellinbclh Ann Wilson left :hls mo.miiijj for i^yctlevlUe where she will attend the University of Arkansas. Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom p, Martin Miss Jenny Wren Dlllahunty, Don Pcttlt, and Paris McCalln attended the Mnxlne Sullivan stage show at thc Orphcum (healer in Memphis yesterday. , ; ... Mrs. Robert, w. Berlin, of Si, Louis, spent Ihe weekend here with Mr. nnd Mrs. Edgar Borum and Mr. and Mrs. John Thro. Harold . Rosenthal led yesterday morning for Tuscaloosa, Ala., where lie will attend the University this year. He WHS graduated from thc city high school In the spring. Miss Mildred Taylcr nnd Cliff McCormlck snout yesterday In Memphis and West Memphis where they attended thc air show Tom Phillips Is able to be out after having been ill of an ear infection for ten days. Miss Ullittn Cravens of Dexter, Mo,, nnd Dale Richardson and Raymond Roland'of Poplar Bluff, we're the guests of Miss Dorothy Rylcc yeslcrday. ' f Miss Jane Branson left yesterday morning f cr Gainesville, Ga., where she will be n senior at Brcnnu college. Mary Reichel is resting well at the Blythcvtlle hospital following a tonsillectomy performed there yesterday. Miss Mary Elizabeth Bonmi left yesterday for Little Rock to joiii Miss Helen Tindal who hart bc'oii visiting (here. The two girls went irom there to Payctlevillc where they are students at the University ol Arkansas. Miss Hallle Mny Martin, Tlranas Koffman and Frank Youn» Jackson. Tcnn., and Bill o[ . ., , of Memphis, spent the weekend here with Miss Carmen Lewis ami Miss Mnrllyn Jones and iheir families >\lr. and Mis. Walter Rosenthal spent yesterday In Pnfls, Tenn.. wilh Mrs. Rosenthal's brother, Ewcll Wetnberg, and family. Mr .and Mrs. Cornelius i- Schtrer ii> points of Tennessee ami Carulii ersvlllc, Moi Charles Elktus and son, John, of BO.SSCU, spent yesterday afternoon here wilh Mrs. J. H. Elkins. Miss Anila Pay Beck, Miss Vir- Jlnhi Little. John Harp nnd eric- man Slovens T*crc'in'Memphis last night lor thc Maxlne Sullivan singe show at the brplicnm. Miss Mabel Simon returned Saturday from Jacksonville, Fla , and Enterprise, Ala., where she spent a ivwk ivltli relatives. Marion Randolph .Smith, son O f Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Smith u restlnr; well al the Blylhcvtllc hospital following a tonsillecUmy pcr- lornted there. ,,, L ,', G - Thoi »P6°n and Cliircnco Webb were in. Memphis last for the Maslnc Sullivan stasc show M the Orphcum theater. Miss Marjoric McBridc returned Saturday night frcm Chicago and other points or Northern Illinois where she has been varolirain" lor the past six- weeks. Miss Jewel Lcc is resting well at' Ihe Walls hospital loUswvng a ton- slllcctoniy performer! therr Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pcnn lc(t this moniing for Greenville Mis, 5 "here they were called because of um, ^ a ol Mr ' 1>cnn ' s brother Will Peiin. wlM died of a heart at- tiick at his home there jeilorday J. A. Chapln was removed to his home from the Blythevillc hospital yestercluy following a ton!,il- Icctomy iwrfciincd Saturday. Major Ivy W. Crawford rcliirnod today from Cnmp Perry, o. where he served as team captain . f n, r Arkansas National Guard icnin in the National nine Mulches the guest of Judge S, L Gladisli and Mrs, Gladlsh f-.r the past ten days. Miss Frances Stcphenson, Western/Union operator at DeWilt, Ark., Is the guost of Miss Mary Brown, locgi operator at thc West ern Unicn office, for this week. Mrs. E. L. Boles )ia;s returned from two weeks visit with relatives and friends In Houston. West Point and Pontoloc, Miss, Mrs. B. E. M;ore and Mrs, Coy E. Selfres are expected home today from a week's visit in Hot Springs and Fountain Hill, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Marshall •spent Saturday and Sunday in ISiilosviilc as gueste ot her sister, Mrs. Max •Frnucnllinl and Mr. a baby girl born ixtitheir • - - -i -".... *->.,! 1,111.1 IVUlg liV> - - •- — "W,y QI. t VV>«' IV>/ Circle two of which Mrs. J. A. homc '»• Balesvllle Saturday. Crosthvvaite Is chairman, met in Miss MarJ:rls Doyle The Thursday Bridge Club en- Hot Springs. They left Tuesday. Myron Nailllng was a business *j'v uiuiauuy oriage tjiiirj en- MJIUU i\uijnn™ was a nu.'unqss joyed an afternoon of bridge in visitor in Wynne Tuesday and'Wed- thc"country home of Mrs. Jimmie, ncsdajr cf this week. ruvnltiiBv \m nrii.i. ovn ..I,,.,, i,, Richard Schmelzer and Comvay Croffland, both of Little Rock, were guests of Miss Donna Rae Driver Sunday. <•. Miss Jciin Chiles spent Saturday this club but the members meet for nn informal game. t • * Give Steak Supper Dr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Sheddau en-! "«<i Sunday In Memphis with her tcrtaincd six couples w.iih a steak! brother, Russell Chiles and Avile. supper on thc lawn of Mr. and Miss Chiles sang over the Talent Mrs. Tnljitadgc Tongale Sunday foundation Revue Saturday morn- night, followed by an evening of '"?. and was guest artist on the games. Polished Rhythms program Sunday Give Buffet Supper Baskets of digitalis, trailing clematis and potted plants decorated Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ramsey for the buffet suppcv given by Ihe women of thc Christian Church in special compliment to Mrs. Hairy Driver, one of their members who left this week for New Orleans to begin her work as housemother al Phi Knppa Sigma fraternity house, Tulanc University. Receiving with Mrs. Hamsey were Mrs. Joe Young, president of the Woman's Council of the church. Mrs. R. M. Fletcher, chairman of the junior circle, ami Mrs. Welby Young. In the bingo games that followed, individual prizes were given al each table and a shower of handkerchiefs presented Mrs. Driver by members cf her Sunday school class. The two circles presented her with an electric clock. The Rev. L. M. Bickford, pastor, and the Rev. B. B. Bourland mid Mrs. .Rowland of Flemlngstarg, Ky., were guests. Entertain Sunday School Departments : Mrs.. C. M. • Harwell, assisted by Miss Neli Rhcdcs and Miss Catherine Harwell, enlerlaincd the 26 children in the Beginners Department of the Methodist Sunday school with a party on the grade school campus Tuesday afternoon. _ . balloons and glass cnndy-lilled pencils. Mrs. E.. S. Driver is pianist, and Miss Agnes Ward secretary in Ihe department,. .-.Mrs. E. W. Packard, superintendent, of the Primary department of the Sunday school, took Ihe 35 children in her department to Grider Memorial Ptirk thc snme afler- Ucon for a picnic. She entertained Ihcm with readings, games and stories. Assisting her were Mrs. G. B. Scgravcs and Mary Virginia Sc- gravcs, teacher arid pianist In the ~ are Jackie daughter, Betty Jeaniric and "'","•" „., Mr. miti Mrs. Hugh Elder and ?!?», , 1Cr °^ Ccrs arc Jackic daughter, Barbara, spent, Sunday "«)e, secretary, Edna Ayres,. Lillian i" points of Tennessee ami c.n,V.^ B ' Ayres nlld Norma Sullira "- Kuluriiins Hear • .' • Visiting Minister " rT ^ Thc Rev. E. B. Bourland, paslor of thc First Christian church, Flem- iHfisburg, Ky. was guest speaker at the v.cekly luncheon meeting ct the Rotary club this week. H. J. Hale, president, announced that C. L. Moore would ho in charge ot the next program will-, the teachers of thc high schcol and grade school as special guests 1 . Visitins Rotartans were K, R. Munacti, Aurora. Ind.; Harry W. Haincs, E. M. McCall and G. W. Patterson of Blyilievlllc. Otlicr gucMs were L. C. B. Young, j.-'c. Young, Frank Jcncs, and Dr. C. D. Price of Morgantown, Miss Dorothy Davidson and .'Miss Virginia Davidson of Little Rock have returned to their homes after three days visit, here with Miss Joy Blackuood. They were accompanied by Miss Sara Frances Morehead of Couway. who had been ~ EXPERT ELECTRIC WIRING BEAUTIFUL LINE OF ELECTRIC FIXTURES Electric Ranges and Wafer Heaters WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP 110 So. 2nd Vhonn 318 GAS PRESSES HEART If yon can't cat or sleep because I gas bloats you lip try, Acilerika I One dose usually relieves pressure on heart from stomach jjus due lo '• constipation. Adlerlka cleans out BOTH bowels, Kirby Bros. Drug Co,, and Robinson's Drug Co MISS YIKGINIA-WAIITIN MISS ELIZABETH iMcLEAN announce (he opening ol a. Studio of MUSK; and DRAMATIC; ART "iOl Chickosawba Avenue Monday, September HtU Mudio I'hone a» W l KesWcnce Hianc, I'iioncs lusa—lt'4 afternoon. She was also invited losing at the Gene Austin shoiv at the Fairgrounds Sunday night. Miss Ltla Ellis Matthews of Tipton, Tenn, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Mary Dean this week. Friends of Miss Bess Billiard gave her a surprise shower of miscellaneous household needs on Monday night, the occasion being that Miss Bullard is to be hostess to ten business girls and teachers in the Emma Cox apartments. Temple Israel Is To' Observe Rosh Hashonoh In conjunction with congregations throughput the world Temple Israel will observe Rosh Hash- onoh, the Jewish New Year, Wednesday night at 8 o'clock, and Thursday morning al 10:30 o'clock. The New Year is regarded as a day of self-criticism and self- judgment. Every humnu being is to search the record of his past life, to judge his actions and deeds of the previous year, and to make every effort to reorder his way of living, Habbi Herman Pollack said. The holiday marks the beginning of a ten-day period, known as "the Days of Awe," which stresses the moral responsibility of the individual..They are days for, meditation ,-and preparation ef a new year 'of nobler life. Unlike other festivals, the holidays are not related to ancient nature holidays or identified with any historic event. Characteristic of the New Year services is the blowing ol the Slio- far (ram's horn) which fe a solemn cn)l to meditation a.nd self-cxam- Jialicn. The Shofar will be blown by I. Harwarg of Osceola. The choir for tlic services will consist of: Mrs. Walter Rosenthal, Mrs. Sicgbert Jiedel. Mrs. Louis AppIeSaum. . of Blythevillc; Miss Virginia Nickol, of Osceola, and Miss Alleen Cooperman, of Caruthersville. R. N. Hill, Jr., w iu be thc accompanist. The'sermon ' topic for the night; service will be ••Diss'.lulion and Resolution" and for the morning! service, "The Test of Character." Rabbi Pollack extended a cordial Invitation to everyone to attend. ' Girl to Be War Bride ' 1?7**-*fl^MMMUMU« '^1 On "fly'"8" Swing Nadlne Clark, 11-year-old daueh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. c Clark of Holland, received severe lacerations on her right leg Sunday afternoon while swinging,. The accident occurred at, the singing convention being held near Holand. The child was swlngli,., on a flying swing when her leg struck a parked truck to cause the injury. I She was brought lo thq Walls hospital for emergency treatment and later removed to her home where she was resting very well today. Socially prominent Ernestine Lnuraine McGuire, 24, of pj c d- mont, Calif., becomes one of America's liisl "war brides" in her marriage to George Cotton, of Earl Chilton. Leicester, England, who leaves soon lo join Koya) Air Force. AWORDtoth.WIS'E. DONr KNOW WHAT iTlSLS 0 ' HELEN - SOMET 'MES I l feK HE LIKES ME,THEN FOR Nfj ' REASON HE v--==swSa == v / TORGETS MEJfrHERf /JA Rffts ^ /? MEN DON'T LIKE / [WOMEN WHO HAVEN'T) P£f> AND ENERGY.) Helen is right. Men don't like women who are dull and listless who look as tired nnd worn out as they say they are. Sometimes the lack of sparkling pep and energy, which is so attractive to others, is due to simple anemia, a condition brought on by a deficiency of iron in the blood. Men and women who are overworked, spend long hours indoors and lack sufficient sunshine and exercise, often find that it is this condition which is sapping their pep and energy. Sargon, the famous tonic 'with iron, is helpful in overcoming iron deficiency in the blood, tending to aid nature in building reel blood cells and hemoglobin. This accomplished, you feel like s, -nejv person, with new pep and vitality and a better appetite. Get a bottle of Sargon today at onr risk. If you are not entirely satisfied, after taking according to directions, the full purchase price will be returned without question. Kirby Drug Co. ! Minnie Lee McGregor Tuitchei- of Piano announces (he reopening of her class Monday, Sept. llth S07 t'liick. /MAO/ME KEEPMG COOL WITH A HEATER! The Morning AflerTakin^ Carters Litlle Liver Pills O • Everything for your entertainment and comfort. Watch Society P«fe Of Courier Newt F« Free Show Gnesb last Times Today *Rcb«rt CUMMINGS-GREY *GIORIA JEAN M *UUUH BONOI * VIRGINIA WEtOUR *MSRGARETitHDSAY *f.AUIIIEr SMITH * BIUY GI18ERT ?A!,'l CAY*(t*GH " '' A JOE PASTERNAK PBODUCTION Oria'nal ilaiyfey IA-R. WjlT# • 5crMf?loy by GtOVEl >OKES Di<«tl!d by RICHARD WAIUCE A N>» UNlVtHSAl fiUan Also Paramount Ncivs A Comedy TUESDAY PAL MATINEE & NIGH') 1 Two . Admitted for the Price of • FROM THE BELOVED BOOKi FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS cW nMJETMmplHI ,JBV(VJ/>/ ' KSwslRfjg * COIUMI* fMVMjrfWl JJRp ROXY Admission always I0c & 25c Sfaltnccs Fri.-S»t.-Sun. 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