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PAQ15.TWO: _.BLYTHEyiI,LB;jAl COURIER NEWS ;COMFUMKKTABY TICKET " ikfc IMfet mil Admit Fred B. JUiNi* A Companion JBIythcviUe — !• lie— . WTZ THEATER "THB WOMJvN" Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Missionary Union' Firs EapUsti church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at chureh. Circle One, Woman's Missionary focltty, First Methodist church meeting 2,30 o'clock ' with Mrs Merrill Jontz; Circle Two, Mrs. R A. Btrrymmn; Circle Three, Mrs James V. Gates; circle Four, Mrs A. M. Butt. Wcman's Auxiliary, First Prcs byterian church, meeting 2:30 o'cl«* at chureh. -Woman's Council, First Christian church, meeting 2-30 o'clock with Mrs. K C. Patton .Woman's Missionary society Lake Street Methodist church meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. TUESDAY'S-EVENTS Lsuige Parent Teacher association meeting 3 o'clock at school: •Executive:'board) Central Ware Parent.Teachers association, meeting 2:30 o'clock followed by general meeting at three o'clock at school. Maple Grove Ccmeteiy association meeting 2:30 o'clock \vifh Mrs. W. M. Burns. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Tom Phillips cnteitnlnlng ADC Bridge club ' Town nnd Country club meeting with Mrs. O. W McCutchen. THURSDAY'S. EVENTS Mrs.. Russell Farr entertaining the former Wednesday Contract club. Ppuble Four club' mc'cllng \vith Mrs' Howard Frlsby. :Mrs. Richard Dickinson having (he Thursday Dessert club. Thursday Bridge club meeling with Mrs. J. E, Patterson. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive board, Woman's club; having' lunch, one o'clock, at, club. Literary society; Woman's club, meeting "2:30 o'clock' 'at' club. . Dance at tegion Hut Follows Football Game Seventy.five people attended the dance at the American Legion Hut Inst night following the opening game of., the football .sensori between Prescott and Blythcviltc plajed at Haley Field. . . .The affair was sponsored by the Bachelors' club_w,hlch organization plans to give a dance after each football' game played In this city. Among the out of town guests piesent last night were: Miss Ruby .Grain,-. Willis Jerome, Jimmy Crnin and Howard Bowen, all of Wilson; Miss Edna Ayres, Miss Clementine Bowen, Miss Josephine Fnvzler, Frank Bell. Van Elliott, Enimitt Wilson, Charles Bowes. N. G. Cart. wright and Bill Blackwcod, all of Osceola; J. W..Dumas of Koschisko, Miss.;, John Mahan of Princeton, Ky. 4 « V Are Honored At Birthday Parij Miss B:bblc Lucas. Miss Bonnie Walker and Miss Virginia Odell were guests of honor at, a. birthday party given last night by Mrs. .Donna Odell at, her home, 1909 West Henely strcel. Fifty one guests including Glen Harrington and ' Agel Young of T.-rrance, Calif., wished the honored guests "pappy Birthday" on their 18th anniversaries. FLAPPER FANNY - Kff, ISHFt mi. SC»«tC. IIM. T. M SCO, a. S r>T O'f.- ™ Cal!o " '". Bllax1 ' By Sylvia Mfe Bessie Taber of st I lltP IJttnt-t nf l,.n._ I... .t ' . ue h Ihe guest of her brother, w , Taber, here this week Mrs. Fairy Robinson of Nashville has rcturnerl Home after having Bits of New* Mostly PersonaU "I suppose you're all scltletl in school by now, my dear?" icaii, pretty good—I've stayed in twice this.week" Cooper of Cooler spent Tuesday in Memphis where Mrs. Holly and Mrs. Zahner consulted a specialist. Barney Grcemvny is recovering slowly at Mayo Bros, hospital nt iocheslcr. Minn., where he reccnl- y underwent an operntlon. lie will not be able lo return home for sev- . Superintendent Jnck Wlinp will rave soon lo enter school at Vun- lierbill, Nashville, Tenn., where ho s working on his Masters' Degree. le will return here with the open- ng of school which will be In nbctit six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Pitts of Sharon, Tenn., who are spending several weeks in Pemlscol Comity 1'Itli their show spent, yesterday il their home. . c v o After games were played, the comes the bride of Mr Six Students Leave For Various Colleges Six more local student:), In uiWi- .011 to^lhcj 1 113. already announced, vlll go away 'to sihool this yenr, o make'a total of us seeking ducntion elsewhere. Miss Frances Holland left today or Baton Kongo, La., where she s to do graduate work at Louisiana State University. She finished nt he University of North Caro!!r<a at "Impel Hill last year nnd is now forking on a library science ne- ree. Her pnrcnls, Mr. and Mrs. '. O. Holland, accompanied her to Balont Houge. Miss Mary Frances Davis, u ...^.. .ujnunutv. iuu uvurnyc icmbei- of this year's graduating >vecl!l i' budgetary olTering of $312.30 toss of the city high school, will more tlllm lakc< > care of the budget cave about Oct. I for Enid, OMa , i ° r $19«.20, (here she will enrcll at the South- ' M tllc Sunday service, the church •estcru Bible school. | «'»t receive subscriptions on the Jack Wilson and Marvin Nunn I Building Bond indebtedness. The un the total score of Blylhevillc ' nniou ht to be rnisctl this year Is Indents attending the University s3 > Mi) which will cniible tlie ref Arkunsns at. Riycttcvillc up to ^'^'nenl of total Indebtedness next 7. Mr. Nunii was previously re-'"" :rled as going to Vandevbilt Unl- ersity nt Nashville. Tenn. Miss- Mary Elizabeth Sn-lshcr of Rjrl, Smith mid Hackctt, who today be Program To Mark Ad VCD l Of Sixth Year For Pastor The First. Baptist chureh will observe Sunday morning service with the unique-program to be centered around the beginning of the pas'"-'"' "' year. A .special pro- ofnce he Mrs. * —• --—•••«i,,i, w; vj(n;c Glrardeau, Mo., and Mrs. Llmils Cohogite, of Paragould, visited Mr nnd Mrs. J. T. Smith here Thursday night. Ifarolrt Lloyd .will leave tomorrow for Fayettcvllle where ho will attend the University of Arkansas He was a member of this year's graduating class of the city hH school. Mr. and Mru. VV. E. McGce ami (heir son, William, and daughter Earn Virginia, came yesterday from Macon, Miss, lo spend the weekend here with Mrs. McGec's sister, Mrs. J; II. Smavt Sr. Hubert Potter, who was able to be cut for a short time, is again ill at his home, 1122 .West Asli sticel. Charles Lancaster of Dycvsbur;;, Tenn, visited his sister,. Mrs. Eu- |nicc Young, and' nephew, Jlill foimg, and Mrs. Young hero loi two days. He returned, yesterday Victor Ivy will go to.Fdyettevilic Monday to continue his studies at | the University of Arkansas. He lias .spent the .summer here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs T R Ivy. Dr. und Mrs. L. H. Moore unt son. Howard, nnd Jack Webb left this morning for Fayettevillc where the two boys will attend the University of Arkansas, Mr. Moore attended Southeast Missouri State Teachers' 'college ut Cape Girav- dcnu last'year, but Mr. Webb al the University. They were phis by Markcy Best who ,,^.. / .... to Washington, D. c. He had been CHURCH NEWS lass Silhouette Alfred Carpenter, will bring words of prophecy for the future. Among the statistics indicating progress which will be mentioned will be Die.Increase of the average attendance of Sunday school from 315 to 517, the addition of 722 members to the church, 362 of whcm came for baptism, and the grown of the Training Unions...;.:.. The Unions have grown from live units; into five greater departments with lli unions nncl Increasr cc\ llielr nllcmlance from 125 to Besides addilions In his own church, ;177 people have been added lo churches iir places where the licv. Mr. Cavpenlcr has held meet- lugs. At present membership in (lie local church is recorded at 1CU5 of whom B92 nre considered active. The best linnnclnl year in HID history of the church will also be -recorded tomorrow. Tlie average , gifts were opened A dessert course of birthday cake and ice cream ar.d Jello was served: Steele-Cooter •sona! . Mrs. Holly Guest cf Cluti Mrs. Jerry Holly plajcii bridge with the Tuesday Bridgetccrs when they were entertained In Ihe home of Mrs. Tom Hopper Tuesday afternoon.. Tlie entire decoration*, place cards and all were n carnival party. A large stick o[ peppermint candy was in tlie center ot the table with ribbons attached and on the end were miniature horses which were given as favors. These were in the form of a merry go round. Balloons were also given as favors. The high score prize went, to Mre. pick Mlchle who received a linen dresser set'. Mrs. Floyd Wag- sfer receiver! second high prize, a dresser set and also hecehed traveling honors which were two ivy vases;. Mrs. Vclmer Campbell received brldgo award, a China Dinner Bell. The hostess senod lemon ice box pie topped with whipped cream stulled celery and crackers. * * * » » Mrs. L. C. Spencer has, returned home after spending sli weeks in Memphis.al the bedside of her mother, Mrs, C. N. Sanders, who has bene' seriously 111 at the Uap- Usl Hospital. Mrs. Sanders is some better no* and has been taken to the home of another daughter who lives'In Memphis.' Mrs. U- W. Zahner and daughter Steele will return to Ihe University wilh'i him. Hiilen B. Willluins returned to Hendrix ccllcge at Conway where he is a junior. Maurice Kclclicl has gone lo the University of Alabama at TusKiloosa where he is an upper classman, ami Emmett Colvin returned to H(. Louis where he attends the University cf SI. Ujuls. Osceola Masons Meet On Monday Afternoon OSCEOLA. Ark.. Sept. 16. — A special called meeting ot lire Osceola chapter number IHIy-sevcn Royal' Arch Masins is made for Monday afternoon. Scptchiter 18 at five o'clock al the Masonic rooms. All visiting companions \\ill be. welcome for participation and observation of work in all four degrees, nccrdlng to the annamcc- ment made by E. R. fteid. High Priest of the Osccoia chapter. Plans for organization of a C.-uncil will be discussed fully nnrl [ or this reason all interested Royal Arch Masons should be present Mr Reid stated. Tlie Osceih chapter is one of the oldest in the state and has been unusually active for the past several months with a heavy docket for the fall nnd winter. Marie News Mrs. Clifford Merridllh. who has been seriously Hi nt Hie McLciuorc hospital, was reported somewhat tetter today, she was oneirilcct on for appendicitis Tuesday 111*111 She was before her recent, marriage, Miss Mable Wilson of here. Mrs. B. K. Wilson visited relatives in tJlythevhle Saturday and Leachville Society — Personal Sunday. r •»** N w/>ut, V." J""" 110 ul a daughter born £,*?& _S d lL nl ! ht ' The **y ^eighed _ .' '• •"•*» iviuuuay men Lester and Mrs. Gus eight pounds. Civic (.c.Tguc Has Party The Lcaclwllle Civic League entertained with a parly al Ihe Community House Tuesday nighl. T!;? Community House was dci.'rhtcd with yellow- marigolds. A number of intcrcslliiK contests and ,'ames were enjoyed by all with prizes being given to Die winners of the c:ntesl.5. Lovely refreshments were served at the cud of the fun. Uciui Wcinbcrg liac! (tic rcjnhir llnirsriay night Brltlgo club IBSI Thursday. Mrs. Tctt KoJcrtcl: won high srorc nnd ^frs. l^uis Wcinbcrg won second. A dellcinns salad plate at the end of the was served games. Miss Bemicc Witlmtn left this she will take a business course. Mrs. Ted Roderick and Mrs. I-onls lumbla. Mrs. C. T. Harris from Oklahoma. visiting week. Mrs. George Crawford of Toj;c- kn. Knits:, left for her home yes tcrduy after h.-ivlng visited with licr daughter, Mrs. ,L T. Smith and family tit 112 West, -Davis avenue. Miss Edna Carroll of Talhilcii, Ln., will arrive Mondny to spend two weeks here ns tlie guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. McMullin nud family and othehr friends. Miss .Ga'rrclt formerly marie her huiiie here when she wns employed "at the Chicago mill. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Leech returned, yesterday from a two moiHlis' vacation spent in Ihe West. They ivent out by the NorthEin route and stopped in San Francisco fur the Fair nud visited Mrs. Leech's father in Cnlitoiniii. En mi liomc. they stopped at several- Interesting points. Among BIytheville iieoplc who attended the boat dance nt, Ca- nit.hersville la-it night weir: Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius G. Scherer F.nd Mv. and Mrs. Hugh Elder nnd .Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Davis am! Mr. and Mrs: Pete irantham. Harry Bailey Holds Annual Birthday Event HOLLAND. Mo.. Sept. IS,—Harry Bailey, who for more than 30 years has celebralcd his birthday at nn elaborate affair, repealed tile occasion Wednesday night when lie had mere than .TOO friends from Bly- thcvlllc. G'aruthersvillc. Hteele, Memphis and other points for a large banquet which was served in n building near his cafe and tilling slation. The banquet was served from three large lahlcs. Virgil Greene ot Blylhevillc was toastmastcr. After the btmciiict dancing was enjoyed with the feature of the evening being an cln fashioned square dance ot which Mr. Bailey dirt IhR calling. Loud Speaker Directs Traific, Teaches Safety MONTGOMERY. Ala. (UP) — Alabama's capital city is 'teaching its citizens tmflic safety via the loud speaker method. partmcnt sound truck' parks al the signal lights. A .specially-taught safety officer, sitting in the truck, and Mrs. Missw uiHt c Rljgs niirt Nrlt Uoso and Pace and Mr. Son Cammirc of Moncttc took a short trip last weekend. They went to Little nock. M; nilton. Pine Bluff and Petit Jean Mountain. They visited friends and relatives al live various slops. Dr. nnd Mrs. A. E, Robinson rmci Mr. mid Mrs. J. C. Olbbins s|>c t it Wednesday In Memphis. Miss Mae Anderson rcti.'rned hcmc the first of this week .illcv spending a week In Memphis with friends. Mrs. Oscar Shcrwcoil left Tuesday for Ettlngliam. III., where she will spend some lime. Dr. and Mrs, M. B. Slauden- mayer and daughter, June, ar.U Mrs.- Jetty Hedges left Thursday If he spots u careless motorist or an unwary pedestrinn. the oill- cer calls them publicly down over uuvlug throngs to step lively, look lo right and lell, drive slowly. 1'ollce report the now method is getting tangible result*, both for the moment and for the future safety of Moiitgortlcrlnns. It has been found by retail mcr- olmnl.s Hint their sales "nre titrcct- ly Infltrenccd by. the cw wllh which motorists may |, ;l rk their cars at n convenient disunite from' Ihe stores." WJKKSTIA\ SCIKNOK .116 S. Broadway MATTER is the subject ^f (ha LcBscn-Scrmon which will bo read In all Churches of Christ. Scientist, on Sunday, September 17, 1339 Hie Golden Text I* "My flesh and my heart fallelh: but God is the slrengtli of my heart, and my portion forever." Psalms 13-w Among the citations which ccm- prisc. the Lesson-Sermon h Hie following r,. om the Bible: "And the Ji™ 1 "' "" siet ". away, and the lust thcicof: but he that rtoeth the will 2-17 at)idel11 'W^i'-" I John The Lesson-Sermon also Includes' tlie follou'lne; Dassages- fmn die Clirlstian Science, textbook "Sri-, ence and Health with Key to the Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: Matter is not the vestibule ofj pint. Jesus reasoned on this sub- J Jcct practically, and controlled! sickness, sin, and death on the basis of his spirituality." IMge 350. A Christian Science program is broadcast next Wed. (the 20th) at 11:15 a. ni. over KLCN. U1UKCII OF C'HBlST Dcnton i»r, Ncal,' pastur Lord's Day services: .. 10:W ,«.m., Bible stiuly. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. 11:45 a.m.. Communion, 8:CO p.m., Preaching. Wcdnesdny's services: 8:00 p.m. Song service and study. Daily broadens!:: over KLCN, Moii- tiay and Saturday from 12'15 lo 12:30 o'clock «tii\ Sunday from 2:30 to 4:15 o'clock. 1'ILGRIitr TABliltNACLU 110 Cherry Kt. O. W. Doss, pastor 9:45 a. in. Sunday School. 11:00 a-, m. Morning Worship. 7:30 p. m. Young peoples service. B:00 p. rii. Evangelistic service. 1:45 p. in. Wednesday Prayer service. riLORIM MIT1IKKAN CUU11CH H. J. Kleinrtlciisl/.pastQr Divine service 9:45 a. m. Sermon topic: "How (o Obtain Peace of Heart Amid the Turmcil of Our Day?" Sunday school 111:45 a. in. Advanced .Instruction class meets Monday, Wednesday and Friday 3:-!5. Wo preach a< changeless Christ for iv changing world and invite yon to hoar this message. I'TUST CHRISTIAN, OlUJltCll Main at Sixth Ceo. W. Pjilierson, minister S:'I5 a. m. Bible School, W. O. Geurin, .superintendent. 11:00 a. m., worship, communion im'cl- preaching. "Worship a n d Morality" will be the sermon' lliome. V;45 p. in., worship and pipacii- Ing.' "What Happens ..\Vlien We Wovstiip?" will be the sermon theme. Wednesday. 7:45 p. in., singing nnd discussion of church plans. Every member urged to come. We most cordially invite the public, strangers In our city especially invited, We'll try to make you glad you came our way. FIRST CJIIU.ST1AN CHURCH Main :il sixth Gcirjc W. I'attmnn, minister 0:45 a.m. Bible school. W. O. Guihn. superintendent. Il:OS a.m. Worship, communion and preaching, 7:45 p.m. Worship -,mri prsuch- ing. Wednesday, 1:45 p.m.. Siuaip.;; nt the church. We most cordially invite the public. Strangers in our city especially invited. We'll try to nmfcc you alad yon came our way. I'llUST BAPTIST C.'UJHC!/ \Valinil ;il KijHIli Kcv. Alfrcil CanKnlcr, p.ustur 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. 10:40 a.m. Anniversary program Broadcast KLCN. 6:30 IMD. Training [Jtil'ii. 7:30 p.m. Service at Tent. Wednesday : All-church-niaht 7:05 p.m. Deparlmsntnl incclinsr 7:M p.m. PreacliBr'.s- Ordination »:30 p.m. Chnir rehearsal. UAPTIST CilAl'llI, Lilly Street 0:30 a.m. Hmi<i;iy scliool. CAf.VAltV (:i£(jKt:-i; MiiUhcw A. Curry prirsl-ii; -charge Holy cnnnniinioii, ll:cn ;i.m. I--IKST AfKTiioDis'r C:IM.;KCH Corner ,ll:iln and llh Sts. K. B. Willinms. pi>U>r Morning 10:55 o'clock. Anthem. "Send Out Thy Light"— GounosJ. Message: "P.\cim; Life with 3tcadv Eyes." Gvcnin; al 7:;iO o'clrck. Aiithnn, "The Lord Kcignclh"— Hcyscr .Soloist. Mrs. iVcill Reed. Mcwage, 'The Coming of Christ." This is the third o! a scries of sermons <n the Apostles' Ciccd, 9:0,7-11:30 each morniin the p:\s- , tor will be in his study to s=c anv- one who wisiies to counsel with him. Tuesday 6:30 p.m. Spaghclli supper nt the church. Sponsored by Circle N:. 3 of the Missionary so- Red Cro»s Roll Call Begin* Armistice Day*' The annual Roll call of the American Red Cross will begin on Armistice Day, Nov. 11. and continue through Nov. 30, E. B.' Estos chairman of tlie Chickasawba district of the American Red cross said today. Tlie previously announced closing data was Thanksgiving* N;\.. 30, but since Thanksgiving has been advanced to Nov. 23, all chapters of the Red Cross have been notified to close the call on Nov. 30 iiltlKiit regard ' or mention of Thanksgiing. Si The new hourglass silhouette is admirably illustrated in both oi these smart fall day dresses. At the left Is a moss-green wool model with n narrow-tiered apron effect front and subtle back fullness. Notice the jusl-bclow-elbow-lenglh sleeves and the fur-trimmed imt which covers the back of the head. At right is a black silk faille frock, snugly gathered and lucked at the hips to make the waistline seem tiny a nd the hipline well rounded. The bodice is longer in front than in tack and is fastened with jewelled buttons. cicty. Price of ticket 35 cents. Wednesday T.30 p.m. Bible study —Genesis. Thursday 7:30 p.m. Choir practice. Sunday (j:^' p.m. The Young people will meet, in (heir respective departments. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL C1IUKCH iUatlhcn- A. Curry, pricst-ui-cliarge Sunday school. 10:00 a.m. Evening service, 7:30 p.m. UJXOHA iHBThODIST CIIUKCII R. K. I,. licanlcn, IT., pastor Church school at 10 a. m. Morning services at 11 o'clock. The pastor wil use for his subject "The Choir Invisible." Young People will meet at six ;'clccfc. Preceding the worship program, a lunch will be served followed by n social hour. Preaching service nt 7:30 o'clock. Sermon topic. "House Unto God." Royal Arch Masons Will Meet Tuesday There will bs .in important business Jiieelinj cf the Royal Arch- Masons. Chapter '117. ' Tuesday; night at the Hall, it was announced i today. The meeting will begin at 7:30 o'clock. At The Hospital* Wnlls Hospital E. E. Chambers, of Cootcr admitted. Mrs. C. B. Ketlinger, city, admitted. B. J. Lawler, Stcele, 'dismissed, nij-thcvillc ficspilal John Barch, Lu.xora, admitted. Albert Wayne May, Braggadocio, admitted. Edward Yowell. city, dismissed Mrs. Harry Maxwell and baby city, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospit-il Mrs. B. p. Parks, city, admitted. Mrs. M. M. Lusk, Wilson, admitted. Mrs.C.'S. Webb Luxora, admitted U. M. Beatty, Bassett, admitted, Mrs. L. \V. Dillman, Caruthersville, admitted. Courier News Want Ads. Mrs. Edith Stej)han Is Kcopcuiuif Her P1A NO & VIOLIN ' STUDIO al afli) Chkkasiuvba I'honc 8-I6W PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Slock Guaranteed Best Pricw Kirby Drug Stores Miss Louise Angel TI4AC.HUH Ol f Dancing ANNOIIN'CKS the opening of her studio, Monday. September ISth. 801 Chichaswvba Vhoue 77! JUST ARRIVED . Another Shipnieiil CHICK-A-SAW Saddle Oxfords _ White- Brown Saddle, Red Solo White-Tan Saddle, White Sole $400 You'll Enjoy Our SUNDAY DINNER 50c TRIESCHMAN'S CAFK Across From City Hall Everything for your eutcr- tainment and comfort. Wttcb Society P»f* Of Conner Kewi F« Free Show Gaesti Saturday * IT'S TORCHY'S MOST M mat Jfflw»s.TfliiiuMa».s»!£iu tmmt " Also Comedy & Scriiil "0/ego)i Trail." Cojitiijuous sliow. Also Paran)cui>t Nc\vs'& Comctly. • f- (.'ontinunns .show* Sunday Adinis. Sunday nil ilay IGe & 3d' s Adm. Monday Matinee iOc A JJGc ^ AcfmiS. 5Ionday Niglil IGt A SS=, : s $$$,$?$ s Friday, Sepi a 22 183 Good Reasons Why You .Should Attend JVIatincc or Night 5 S 5 • § S S ? 3".: ROXY Adtnlmion itwar> l(lc ft ZS* MaUncru Ftl.-Sal-San. Last Times Today Also comcrty and serial (Hawk of Wilderness.) Continuous show Saturday.- W - 3f M OE5 _ TO O/ Sunday-Monday Storm Over Bengal with Richard' Cromwell iiml Knowles. Alra 1'ox. Neivs & Comedy

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