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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 14, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS COURIER NEWS COMPLISIKNTAKY TICKET This Ticket Will AdmH T. H. VanBiliber &. Companion Rlj'lheville ~r<i tfcc— KIXZ THEATEB —to s«i>— "FOim MEN & A VRAVER." FLAPPER FANNY c. i.a.ut u s.iur.oir- By Sylvi via Social Calendar MO;ci.-..Y'S EVENT3 Circle One at Woman's Missionary society. First Methodist church, moL-tli'.a at church, 2::iO o'clock; Circle 'fxo. with Mrs. Jnme-3 Giles; Circle Three, with Mrs. John Foatherston; circle Four with Mrs. G. G. Hubbartl. Woman's Council, First Chrisll:m church, mcclhij at. home of Mrs. L. L. Ward, 1:00 o'closk for luncheon. Woman's Missionary Union, Firal Baptist church, meeting for Royal Service program, 2:'iO o'clock at church. Woamn's Missionary Union, Gcc- cnd 'Baptist church, meeting 3:00 o'clock at church. Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian church meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Buiir.ea sand Professional Woman's clv.b taring annual Molhcr- Daughler party. 7:30 o'clock at homo oi Mrs. \V, T. Obcrst. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Max B. Reid entertaining; rtlC^ r '*'i~ " :?. ''- Pk •" ' v Yoimj jiati-on's Bridge club. "Red's game doesn't have milch Hash." hcSiTof 1 Mir" W° L-o'n "nit"" 8 " Hlll)! Jll(lt wait '"'' >' ou see Ulc w »y !lc J ' !L_ ' to confriYituhttc the winner." Entertains 'IVfth Tea For Mrs, T. II. Plemmorui Mvs. C. W. Aflltck cntertHliisd SO gufisls \vlth a tea Thursday ivft- day. ernoon st her atti-active new Mount A colorful Vernon home In compliment ,16 -her mother, Mrs. T. H. Plcmnions- ot Charlotte, N. C.. who is the houseguest of the Afflick fninlly. Miss Miiry Jeanne Affllclt, daughter of the hostess, met the guests at tfie door and they were received by Mrs. Afflick, her mother, awl bar- cousin, Mrs. Paul L. Tipton, The entire lower floor of the house was decorated wilh early .summer flowers in paste! shades, arranged in holders which were In keeping with the colonial design of the entertaining rooms. A silver bowl of snapdragons, baby breath, sweet peas and ragged, robins, formed the centerpiece of the Lace draped tea table, in Ihe dining rosm. Mrs. C. S. Lemons, who presided at Ihe tea table, was assisted in serving by Mrs. W. A. Aftlick, Mrs. Marion' Williams and Mrs. Farmer England. Mrs. Hurry Kirby also assisted in entertaining the guests. Out of tavn guests were Miss Willie A. Lawson. of Little Rack, and Mrs. Eugene Still of Plymouth. N. C., houseguest of Mr. and, Mrs. C. S. Stevens. Arbyrd Banquet Given At Hold The junior class ot the Arbyrd. Ho., high school and their sponsor, Miss Virginia Benn. entertained members of the senior class and faculty members at the annual junior-senior banquet held in the blue room &$ the Hotel Noble lust night. A rose and silver color scheme was emphasized in the decorations and the food. On the speakers table wns spread ros; paper on which wa^ written in silver letters "Arbyrd high school, juniors and seniors." Silver bowls of spring flowers with rosaa precjomlimting were used on Ihe tables which were illuminated by rose and while tapers in the silver candlchoWers. jumps over Ihc net nut cups in the shape of a and the rose tinted ice course which was on the table as the guests entered, vari colored bal- locns susp-ndcd from the ceiling complete;! the symphony of sellers used. Several musical numbers, speeches, class prophecies and wills, made up Hie banquet program, following whi:h the' 58 guests v.Trc entertained at a theater party. EuzaUai Class Elcc'.s Ofilms Mrs. Lester Cisntrei] wa.i el-r.le-l president of the Euzelian Sunday- school class of the First Baptis't church .it a meeting yesterday nil- , " ,n al the home of Mrs. Hoy; the 12 members of Ilir. Friday Luncheon club nt her home yestc-r- lioiif|tiet of spring flowers formed the reulei-pic-c of the table from which the lunch was served buflet style. During the afternoon, thr guests sewed. V. 1). C. Klfds Ofliccrs Mrs. Charles Alford wa'j elected president of Ihe Elliott Flntrlier chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy at a meeting Ihc club house Thursday attcr- ncc-.-i ivbi'n it, IVM decided lo place :ertaln books in the L.ingc- and Surbury schools, the one pluccd in the latter school to honor Mrs. Id.-v Molt, member of the chapter. inc complete stuff of officers will ncl be elected until June, but jtlicr officers elccte:! thus fur :irc: Mrs. C. B. Crlggcr. vice president; ;\';.s. .1. ,T>. Bnrksdule. reconUrig secretary; Mrs. J. W. Adams, trea.s- M. Fitzsimmons, his- toiliin; Mrs. W. M. Taylor, custodian. Two volumes of the. "Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government 1 ' by Jefferson Davis, given to the mother chapter by the Children of Ihe Confederacy, arc the ones which will be placed in tlic schools. Mrs. Mott -was ill chiirge t:f Ihe proginm. She was assisted by Mrs. C, E. Crijacr, Mrs, M. FiUslmmons inl Mrs. James n. Clink, who read Interesting papers, niitl Mrs. Ilon- .;-r,son hall, who played a, piano iOlO. Mrs. A. M. INttl, chairman of :he "hospilal memorial" linid. re- pcrtrd Dial the furniture for the chapter's rcotn at (he city hospital nad been ordered anil was 10 arrive any dav. Refreshment.-; ot ice ci-eum air.l cake were .served by tlic hostesses. Mr.'i. Crit'jjer, Mrs. Taylor ami .Mrs Alford. To Have Annual Patty The annual Mother ami Daughter party given by the liiibiwss and Professions! Woman'.s club will be held Monday night at, 1:30 t'clrck nt the homo of Mvs. w. T. Gbcjrst. the 1 committee in charge ol (he arrangements are Miss Thelma Well?, Miss IXJiiisc clmcn mid Mrs. Obcrst. Arinorcl P. T. A. Mccfs Mr:.. Cczine Ulnrkwrll was installed as presiiicul ol the- Arinorc. i-amu 'leadu-r association at the t.-i.M mr-'tint; of Ihc yeur Iv.-ld Wid- nciday. The inst.ilHitinn «;v. prr- r-idcd uvfT by Mix Jc.^ic Kui>,;iniii. Gtr-.rr olflcers who tonk over the dullt-s of their positions wore; Mrs. Fi. M. 'lurncr. vice iiresiilonl; Mrs. .1. O. .Hob'jcod, :,r.-ii'i:n-y; Mrs. E. M. Hejcni'ld. lK'.<r,:iei; Mrs. \V. L. tmith. historian. tturtug the businefj;' Ibe Oak Loaf Scroll presented to Hind, leach«r ot the class. 1 lile assoninlimi fcy Mi. Vi M:vrsuvrilc Cthtr officers elected were' Mr.; I Mnttilc>V5 "--—- ~ • Frank Peters, Jr., vice preside..., Mrs. Charlie Razor, second vice presidenl; Mrs. Woodrow Fisher Fui ' ltcs roonl v ""' ' third vice president: MM Wv«n lavni.? the larjrat , president; Mrs. Wysc, Ptrry, swrclary: Mrs. Turner Kis- soll. reporter; Mrs. A. n. Chambers, Stra. lierawn HufFnwn, Mrs. Johnnie SmoUiennan, • Mrs. Ted Kinc group captains. . Following the devotional led \>y Mrs. PetciB, tlje hostess served iced drlute giid cookies. l"i per cent til its members Kiiliwriboil lo tlic ent Teaclier uiasmzinc. Miss D:tla Ihe award for t number of roclhcrs present. Mrs. Alice Womark v ,is in chavge cl lh« rjroginm pn v,hicli Mist l>ar- l>ar- snn JIayc .Class . Nino members and two visitors of the Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Baptist church met at the church yesterday, with Mrs. T. H. Ilayncs and Mrs. Charles Nrrwcoiul) as co-lips lesscs. .Mrs. A. c. Haley read tile devotional from .the ninth chapter of Acts. anil Mrs. Arthur .Rushing presided over the business meeting. Mrs. Haynes offered prayer. During the social hour, th« lioat- refreshments. Luncheon . Mrs. J. T. Handle was hostess to olhy Thojnpson pic-'Jcnltd ;i and dance number. Inilowiiii! which chlckrn salad Mmlwlchcs, Ice cream and caicc were served by ihc host- cssrs, Mrs. «)n«brrrnon, Mi.i. Clrefcne, Mrs. niley, Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Vance -iiul Mrs. KOJS. * * « Have Ix-sson On China Mrs, Elciie Tyrone, suiiciinh'ii- dent of study for the Young Women's -Mlssloiirjr society of Ihe First Church of the Mazarine, led the discussion of Ihc suvmth mid eighth cliaptos fran the sdidy book. "The ChaUrngG of China." at a meeting c-f the group Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Noble .VfcCullar. Tiie meeting was opened with * soti-f following which prayers were cffered by Miss Ola Hoskins anc _ ..._ ...... Mrs. Earell Bradbcrry, a new mem- .owing of a cow. Bits of New Mostly PenoiMl ASSEMBLY Of C01) CHUKC11 A. S. Mtrrlll, paslor 9:45 a. in. Sunday school. 11:00 a. m. Morning services. 4:30 p. in. Jail service. 0:30 p. in. Junior Christ Ambassador class. 15:30 p. m. Senior Christ Am- t!>"n'lor class, 7:45 p. m..Evangelistic service. The public Is given a cordial welcome to nlUnd these services. CIIKISTIAN SCIENCE SEKVK'Eb 708 W. Blaili MORTALS AND IMMORTALS is Ihc subject of tlie Lcsson- Seriiion which will be read in al: Churches of Christ. Scientist, or Sunday. May 15, 1938. The Golden Text Is "A.s in the earthy, such are they also that arc earthy: and as the heavenly, such arc they also.lhat arc heavenly.' 1 Corinthians 15:48. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson - Sermon is Ihe lollowinc from Ihe Bible: "Cense is ir Mrs. Kd llardin and bon, Eddie, of arernville, Miss,, wlio have been vhltini! Mrs, linrdin's pnrenls In Thnycr. Mo., will arrive bore codai- lo spend the weekend with Mrs E. 1C. Ilardln, Mrs. Hani Florman Is spending today In Memphis with Her brother, Dave ailvcrWall, of OsceoJa, who underwent an operation at tin- Memphis Dapllst hospital. U, H. Hranson, jr.. who teaches In the high school at, New Hamburg, Ark., will arrive tonight or tomorrow lo spend a few weeks with his parenl-s. Mr. ami Mrs U S.^ Branson, sr.. iu.'.l family before .„..„ a „„,.. .,„ „,„„. xonig lo Fayctlcvillo. where lie will yc from man. whose breath ... .. attend summer school at the Uni-lhls nostrils.' for wherein is he to be vcrslly of Arkansas. Mr. and Mi*. Milton Bunch, Mrs. on Thompson, Mrs. Kate Bunch and Miss Lilllc Bunch were in Memphis 'niursttay for the cotton carnival. Mrs. Janic Wheeler Is ill at licr bcr of the t>roii|>. The devoLionnl from the 15th chapter oi Maltheu- was given by Mrs. Etiplia O. Beas- le.v. A letter from MLss Agnes Crnril- ner. a missionary in Africa, which told of her life and work I here. \vas read by Miss Mildred Mayo. Miss Gardner also sent pictures ot the native workers of Hie country. Spring flowers decorated the house, and (he seasonal scheme iva;, further carried om in the s:ilud plalo which was served lo the 15 members by Mrs. McCullar, who n-n.s assisted by Mrs. Virginia Crlner. home (his week. Miss Mary Virginia Miss Clementine Boweu. both ol O.sceola, George Cross, jr., Frank Bell. Utho Barnes and Rouse Harp were in Memphis last night far (lie cotton carnival. Mrs. IJ, A. Lynch and son, Louis. and Harry Hate. Jr., U rc in Memphis today for the cotton carnival. Mr. ami Mrs, J. n. Grain, ol Wilson, IVITC the guests of Mr. anil j accounted of?" Isaiah 2:22. The Lesson-Sermon also Include* the following passages from the Christian Science textbook. "Science and Health with Key lo the Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: "Mortal man is the antlpodc o immortal man, in origin, in exist _ ! ence. and his relation to Cod. Cronur, ,, aBC 215 A Christian Science prognim i broadcast each Wednesday at 11:1 a, in, over KIjCN. Luxora Society — Personal' John Ilowlon and Billy Thwcatt. Hide SOILS of Mr. and Mrs. John Thweatt, nre imi>rnvinjj after a sericus Illness of colilis and measles. Dr. mid Mrs. Thomus F. Uiidson were in Pnragoutd Thur:;day al- dina the meellne ol ihc Councilor Dislricl Medical society, ill which lime Dr. Hudson ditcusscd '•The Black Widow Spider Bile." Dr. E. H. liogan attended ihc fc'ccltish Rid- re-union in Little Rock from Ihe ninth throui.-h Ihc elcvculh. He joined Mrs. Uognn it Camden for hrr official visit mid returned by way of Pine Dluir. The Mission studv claw; ot the \Voiiians Missionary .-o- clety met In Ihc church auditorium Tuesday nflcrnoon with ten iiiem- bfrs pi'psrnl. Mrs. Charles Evan? presented Ihe second and third chapters of Ihc study on a "Decade of W. M. IJ. Service." 4-H Club News Nolcs SATURDAV, MAY IJ, Be Baptist, Church Speaker Dr. J. n. Granl, president of Ark., who »-ill speak at Ihe Hrsl Baptist church Sunday In Ihe ab- scute of (he pastor and at the hi^h chonl Monday morning. usual ability and knoiv;, lion- to Basic Frock Read Courier News Want Acts. DINING- DANCING Special Dinners PLATE LUNCH SHORT OROKKS I'rivate liooths Qiettcoe and QiaL. foam FIRST I'RKSBVTEKIAN CHtHlLTI S. II. Salmon, Pastor Ordination and installation of Dr. Thomas K. Mnhan as a mliiig elder and B. J. Allen as a deacon in this Church will be the feature I .if our preaching services tell in iv very Interesting way aboul conditions in far away India. Ur. Moody was one of the guest speakers of our stale convention hold this u-cek at Hot Springs. He will also speak at, the Christian CVmn-h, Osccola. Manrtay night. Wednesday. 7:30 p. m., shmdn; and fellowship at tlie hall. The public is invited, strnnum in our city especially invited. We'll try (o make yon glad dial yon came our way. Mrs. Cecil Shane last night, .... r Mrs. C. E. Coulter has returned j Sunday. This willlie irpiirTol "the I r ° r n " a 8 c5 from SI. Louis where she spent a regular morning worship at 111 I 1 ; 00 "• m - I'l'I.t. (iOSI'EI, TABKRNACI.E i Lilly and Vine Slrecls fc!. \V. Crozirr, pa.-ilor 3:43 a. m. Sunday school. Classes 821, Evcrylhitig for your enter tainment and comfort. Admission Matinee lOc & 26o Admission Nkht IGc & 3Go Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests SATURDAY week. Jelf Roliiud, Fieri Saliba, Dr. Fred Child and Russell Fan- leave either tonight or tomorrow Special services. o'clock, preccdetl by a sermon on •'Church Officer Qualifications." A special program on Foreign Missions will be presented fcy tlic for Hot Springs where t.liey will al-1 different departments of (he Snn- Icn.-l the slate convention of Hie Lions clubs. The convention will be climaxed Monday nl«ht by a dance 'at the Belvedere. Mrs. Frank Couway. of Osccoln, is spending Hie weekend wilh Mrs. J. G. Barnos, and Mr. Barnes. Mrs. M. O. Usrey and Miss Mar- cnrct Shaver went lo Oxford, Misc. today to be Hie weekend guests ot Mrs. Usroy's daughter, Miss Mary Spain, who is a .student al the University of Mississippi. While lliere. they will attend tlie Delia Ubltn Dehii spring formal. •'Mrs. S. • .liedcl'' returned Mi'is tncrtiing from St. Louis where she had been fince Tuesday. Jack O'Kectc Is spending .veekend in Forrest City Iho i his Patterson, and Bon car- and llnyiUmi T'hr Hoyntoii -l-H Club mrl at 'lie home- of Mrs. ,\. R. earner. riipir \vcrc Id' mftubcrs and two radcrs. Mrs. A. It. Ciainsr and K. .V. (iray, Di-csciil. Wnnccdn Mc- ;ir«i-n, SOIIB caplniii. [rd Ihe (;rciii|) .11 .MiiKiiur, "The More We Gel To- Gcther." A r.-pm-l of wmk done in i-onncc- tion with Heller Homes Week was ^ivcii by rach ineiniicr prescin. Fvom ihpsr rejxirtK i( WHS learned) llml each nwuiber had done some- j llilnn along this line; r2 had fixed dnor slrps. H improved windows. ,»ml u immbrr had phintn! flowers an;| improved the iipprar- aucc of llic yards. All reported rtns vegetable gardens. The schedule of meetings for the stmmter i - N| "-, 1-olhoa odcll Walker hs.s was arranged during the brief bus.' k-'t'n Rnntcd a divorce from James inpss session. Tlie next niccling will, ^'- Walker on the groimcl of indle- 'JC held May 20. " ..•••••-- • ~ .. - aunt. Mrs. family. Mrs. Pat O'Bryant,, MiM Aniln Strncke. Miss Jane McAdams. Miss Nancy Kirshucr. Miss Carole Laii- derrinlp irtre in Memphis yesterday for Ihc cotlon c»rnival. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert White and children, Ann and Edmoiid. of Ur- bnna. ill., (rill arrive tomornnv to be Ihe guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White before going lo Little Reck Monday to visit Mr. While's mclhcr, Mrs. O. E. While. Mrs. nrownic Story and L-nlhner attended Ihc collon nival in Memphis yesterday today. Mr. mid Mrs. u. B. nirliard.-on and Mr. and Mrs. carl Dnvls are going lo Mciupliis loniglil for the cotfon rnrniral pm-nde. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. MWS and daughters, Fcggy aiid Marilyi). i:avc rcliirnrd from .lelTersdii City Mo., where (hey .VITI- the guests r-f Air. and Airs. Elinor Tribbte. At the Hospitals Lurlcne White wa.s renuivcd from (he Blylheville luxspital to her home yesterday in a Cobb ambulance Mrs. William Noble, who underwent ;in operation at. the Blythe- vitlc hos|)llal two weeks ago.' was removed lo her home ycstcrdav ju a Cobb ambulance-. Bonnie Jeim Pccle:.. who Ims ccen at Ihc Walls hospital, was removed (o her home yesterday Miss Kilty Atkins, who has been «l the Walls ho.spiuil. was removed In her home yesterday. •S. I,. Weaver, of .'•Hccle is 3 patient ut the Memphis Methodist hobpilal. day church school at D.--I5 a. in. All regular members and all others as well are uryed to see and hear this program. The sermon topic for the Evening worship nl 7::)0 o'clock ivill be •Three llich Young Rulers." At Ihc vespers of the Pioneers in both groups, at 8:45 p. m.. there will be a program on tile great Japanese Christian statesman, royohlko Kagavvn, a program prc- piucd by the Rev. Roy Davis ol' Wynne. I'lllHT METHODIST If, 1,5-1111 IVaile, Special inu-sic for lite -service Sunday morning at (li c n o'clock hour, which will be broadcast over KLCN, will consist ot a mole quartet from Manila composed of Leonard McCann. Otis McCann. Clifford King ami Bert Williams and a solo by Mr. Leonard McCann. young men won second place in the district contest, and were trained by Miss Carolyn Haley. 'Ihc pastor's subject will be "Why i Prefer Roses to Lilies." Al the evening hour Ihe pastors subject will be, "The Most Common Sin In Blylheville." We extend lo all a very cordial invitation lo visit our wrvicca n»:i to have part in our Christian fellowship. SKCUM) BAPTIST CHUIU'I! I'. II. Jcriiigaui, paster 9:-l5 n. in. Sunday school. Tommy Bosun, superintendent. 11:0(1 a. in. Morninp sermon. 6: IS p. m. B. T. U. Bill Morelaud, dirccldi'. T:15 [>. m. Evening termmi. Wednesday, 1:30 p. in., mid week prayer. fi.'M p. m. P. Y. I'. A. 7:30 p. m. Regular night service TUUI'LK Herman I'oll.irk, rabln 1 :JC p. m. Keligious school classes will be held. There will be a rehearsal of the program scheduled for Sunday afternoon. May 22nd. 2:30 p. in. Religious services, with special readings from "The Ethics of the Fathers." Theme ot tlic sermon: "Voice of the People." which will enumerate By CAROL HAY ClHWiicnlly simple. Pattern 8213] is the Eatisiyins! kind of dress thati you can vary endlessly by changing accessories. Wilh triplc-stnuicl l;c;id.s. wilh a cluster of flowers, \vilh a sheer while collar or bow, llic dress takes on an entirely different personality. Notice hoiv cleverly Ihc lop I'iirt is made, wilh gathers at the shoulders and darts jnsl above (he waistline 1 , to give fullness where It's becoming. The' skirt is pencil slim, and the putt sleeves, by widening Ihe shoulders, make it look even more so. You'll find many .such ivetir- ntlc. distinctive fashions in the new- pattern book. For 8213. choose printed silk, flat crepe or dark sheer. It's :v perfect type for the indispensable Kciial "Treasure Island" and Car- j rigid. . Everyone is cordially invited lo atlcild. ..-..• F1I.RKIM l.DTUEIMN CMUKCII Sixth ami Walnut Streets H. ,\. Klcmtliuisl, 1'astor Simday school and Bible 9 n. m. class 8:15 Choir Granted Divorce Girl Hikes 16 Miles [ nilics by Chancellor J. r. Gautney I in .111 imcoutcstecl c? To Win 5-Cenl Bet HKCIiVA. Hssk. i(jf.,..,v |(,-. 1)lllr l'*c didn't stnp Gwriidolyn Cunn. Kenrtbnur?. Husk., cill. frnm win. mm; ;i bri of "i ccnls, A friend. Gn.slavc: Baiidais Inliir- said Miss Giuin'l «-»lk tii,'- lli miles lo J neighboring io-*-|, n r tet 5 cenls she wouldn't do U In a flash, Miss Gum, ii c «ii!ort ',hc challenge, made li.-uid.tis amir with her. and they walkrd ihc IK miles. Baudais paid (he nickel ,,n,. r settinp, blislf.js on l>is lert. The peculiar caisowary piodnces an unearthly croaking sound that I lasts for several minutes. When 1 excited, the • bird snorts, but tlie j :all to the young sounds like the] DICK'S CAFE HONK OK (,'OOfJ HOT msci'rrs fur Sundiiy Hiikeil Chir-krn ,v. Drpsim^ CiRtmod Peas fc Carrot-. H?calloped Potatoes Ccic Sli«w Hot Ui;.«iHj Codec. 'lea or Milk Home Made ItclK Every N'igbl for Supper. Wednesday, practice. Thursday, 7:30 p. in., Teachers' meeting. We slill invite a ii p CO plc in this part ol town who don't attend services elsewhere to come lo our services. FIRST CHRISTIAN (JliUKCIl Main at Sixlh Gco. >Y. r.ilfcr.'.oii, minister 9:15 a. in.. Bible Kcool, W. O. Geiirln. superintendent. , 11:00 a. in., worship, communion mid preaching, -jlic Great Reservation" will he Ihe iwmon thoiic. 6:30 p. in,. Youlli Council mcct- iHK nt thr: church. V:30 p. in., worship and preaching. Dr. J. E. Moody, for snvinil years tnissionary lo India wiiu> be the speaker. He is a man or un- WPDEN STEftMER Morning service. ID a. m. Sermon Eiibjci-t: "From the Housetops." Evening service 7:3(1 p. in. Topic of sermon-." -ihe 'Gootl' Jesus". Youii!; People's niceling Monday •?::iO p. m. Instruction class mecls Monday 6:30 ]). m. Pilgrim Guild p. m. Sunday school Thursday « p. m. A cordial welcome await meets Thursday toachers meet Hois. all 1'TKST HAITIST CHURCH H'ainut anil l.i|;hlli AUrcii Carponlcr. pastor !):3ll a. in. Sunday school. 10:'10 a. m. Moriiini; wnr.ship. by llic Oiinchilu. College 16 requires 4 yarfls ol 30- inch material. , For a PATTEUN .of this- Attractive incdcl send t&c ' in COIN your NAME. ADDDHESa STYLE NUMBER and SIZE to COURIER NEWS TODAY'S PATTERN BUREAU. 11 STERLING PLACE, BROOKLYN, N. Y. The new SPRING and SUMMER PATTERN BOOK, ,'IL' |,; 1BPS of altrnctivc designs for every size tnitl every occasion, is now ready. Photographs shew dresses made from these patterns be-ins worn- a feature you will enjoy. LH the charming designs in u,i s new- book help you ia your scwin^ One pattern and the new Spriti" and Summer Pattern Book-25 cents BOOK alone—15 ccn(s. Trio. Sermon • R. Grant,! President Guachila College. Ark- adelphiLi. Ai-k. ly.'JO p. in. Training Union. ^.'.'fO p. m. Evcniiie worship. Music—Ouachila College Trio. Scr- mob—Dr. J. n. Grant. All-Cimrch Nijjlit', Wednesday. 7:00 p. in. Ociiarlmcnl, niccliiiss. 7:30 p. in. Mid-week service. 8:30 Choir rehearsal. Nearly 50 totally or partially blind persons in the United ijtatr.s arc rasagerl in writing as a moans of livelihood. SIMPSON'S STATE LINE TAVBKN Arkansas-iMi.ssoiiri Slate line Highway Gl Suiiilai-, May IS. [fis« .llfrrh.MiCs Plate -I5c Choice of Meats: " < Baked chicken with Uiwsiiig Swiss Kteak Creamed Chicken on ToaM Lamb CbojM nilh Mini Jelly Choiro of Vegetables: French Fried Potatoes Creamed Potatoes German style jjc;uis Whole Kernel Corn Choice of Salad: Pineapple Sliced TciiiaUira Choice of L\'sscrt: Home Made Pic ]cc Cream Slrawbrrrics & Cake Hot licit. Butter CoJIcc Ten Milk Sunday - Monday 'Four Men and a Prayer' with l.oretla Young, Rith;ir:l 4 Greene. George Hantlers. Da- |] \id iS'ivel and-'Ci 1 -Aubrcv Smith. Four Mm anil a Gill . . . lighl- ing loday's lirooilinp. misrrn KCr every mile of llic nay lo' very cmls of ihc ravlh! Advcul us aniirziiiK as (lie jilctl^r. •'; unilcs ihrin. Novrlly "J,;i ^;ivftlt;'' -': I'avjmounl N'civs—Gcnrgc Hall's '"j Orchcitia musical short. ' Cnnliiiuiuis showiii;; Himday Aihn. Sim, ^lal. & Nighl 16c & 'Mv Admissioii Mon. IMalinrc I Or. A- 2(ic | iJdmforaii Men. Night IGc &• 'X ROXY Admission always lOo <•- 2Go rH.Uincis Sat, Ik Sumlay Night slmws— Boy onicc Oiicn 7:00 i! p.m. Shoivs start 7:15 11.111. Last Times Todan MAY THE Wilson ctrrtiintty inrrfe* yon f*> rr MOON LIGHT E XC U RS I O N Jain ni lar n jolly gomt lime'. ShuHef Ftlhi """ ihe "15 I, Y TH K V(M, STKAM I.AUjVDIlY'.S ;n:fti;illy i>!;i!<o wjisliablc nioro bcaiitil'nl. They finish cvcryihiii}; jusl. ,sr> . . . I'oi: Belter l.aunt(i:y and Dry (\\ FIT! -JLiJLaLJ^. ^W326'327l ST£AM LAVNDHY your Jack; of fhrilltl Ranch lhicv«s run Into a two- gun two-fated cowboy and get riddon off Ifis range I... MM (srlomi * srrtil "Flash <; or j dmi-s Trip In Mars." Continuous I Mioning Saturday. t Sunday - Monday 'Flight Into -F;icK- Holt, .iHajiioliiii; 1 Wells & UU'k I'lu'tcl). Fo.\ Xciis

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