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-, PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEW* SATUlvDAY, SEPTJSMBlSli 23, CHURCH NEWS Trick Rider At Eight Years 2yr*S 'if^»KWWsP;^W^^ Bulled class fe?s%:SU;V( : V.l'» :<;].:>••' .'• • . : : •''-. ''^iff-t^l&KtK^'i^'Kv^ SUck Show S***'^&.>" *'••*•'•' •••;•'""/ ' ' • '- •.''.. :'.•::.:' -'fV^-^J, /:< ; ^^'<^'"; : ^'v'^''': : <^.:'j fel;S»«4 : Si'.ii:3v. •! ;•'.>.,:. ....:; .:^^'^-fiM^^AWKv^Jl> f 9^ . Mlss ^ ulnl COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY- TICKET This Ticket Will Admit A. W. Ha>s & Companion Blyflfeville —lo lliev- EITZ THEATER —to see— "GOLDEN BOY" FLAPPER FAN W By Sylvia Social Calendar Ladles' Aid, Temple Isiacl, meet ing eight 6'clrck a), Temple Woman's Auxiliary, St Stephen Epfccopal church, meeting 2,? o'clock v.lth Mrs F. L Bugler. Woman's Ocuncll First Clirislia church, meeting Oiree o clock a church preceded by executive boar< meeting «(. 2 JO pVlQc}. Woman's Missionary soeJetj First Methodibt church, nteetiji 2 30 o'cjock at church Woman's Auxiliary, First Prcsby terlan church, meeting 2 30 o clock at church. Woman's Missionary' Union, Flis Bantist church, having state mis* sions program, JS.JO o'clock, n: Woman's Missionary society, Lake Street Methodist church, 'having all clay meeting at Mis, Tera Turner's count!}' home Business and Professional Woman's club, having dinner, 730 o'clock at Hotel Noble TUESDAY S EVENTS Mrs John reatherston cntei- tammir her bridge club Mis A Q Hall entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist chinch, having state missions picgram, 2.30 o clock, n( church. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs ' Tom Phillips entertaining ADC Bridge club ToTn and Couitry club meeting With Mil, G G Caodill Woman's Missionary Union, Fhst Baplist church, having slate missions program, 2,30 o'clock at church THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Roland Green cnlerlalplng former Wednesday Contract club Tbursflnj Bridge club meeting rath Mrs chailes Alfoid Mis Tu1 King having Double Four Biidge club Thursday Desseit club meeting with Mrs.'Dee Hammock. Bachelors Gnc fiance Frllovung Football Game Sisty people nllended the dance given by the Bachelors club at the American Legion Hut last night following the BiythevUle-Flemlng football game at-Ha ley-Field The club plans to spons'r sinnlai affairs after each footbaH"gam'e 'Following the Pme I3luff game Fridaj nfghl, (he club in cooperation vvith the Mississippi coimlj Fair Absociation will haie a dance at the Armory Von Richardson's orchestia and floor show ha\e been secured. Out cf town giiesls> present for the affaii last nighf. include R E Grr, fjmtnv Grain, and Howard Bowen, all of Wilson, Misses Jean and Jane Williams, of Driver, Miss Clementine Bowen, Miss Josephine Frazier, Miss Jean Qiiinn, Mist DiMf- Lee Qumn Frank Edimaton Junior Doyle Bill BlacUood, N' J Cartwright, al! of Osceola « « t I'-cal Bo-.s HuiiBred ' Al Jlendrix College T.dtl Harrison has been elected a cncer leader and Coieman Stevens a member of the Boosler club pep organization, of HcndrK college at Connay Micre thej attend school BgUi are sophomores at the college this jear • * * Sen Born Mr ana Mrs w.iKer Barnes are (he parents of a nine pound son born Saturdaj at the Jiome of Mrs B<™es' Paren't Mi and Mrs Dave m ,°H ??' Hfghw 6I nor l h t' Blythevillc. The baby has been named Walter David Mrs Barnes was formerly Miss Irene Abbott. Son Is Bora A sen was born I- Mr mid Mrs S O 3heUon at * 30 o clock Thiirs- naj afternoon at the Walls hospital The baby, who weighed seven p:unds has been named Michael 'iay Shelton • * « Son Is Named The two -Keeks' old son of Mr and Mrs James Bell, of Armorel Has bean named James Edward' The baby veighed nine pounds Mrs Bell is Ihe fcrmer Miss Helen Andersoii * » » Mrs Itole Frazier Is H«J To Glen Fusion The marriage of Mrs Lizrle Frazier antt Glen Easton was solemnized Saturday night at nine o'clock at |h<< home cf Magistrate T L Cassidv, who read the wre mony Attendants of the couple were Miss Pauline Llovd, Miss Sue Sv\ afford, Terrj Llojd and Ted Sparks Mr. and Mn, Easton are making their home at, 421 South Secoin street. * * * Woman's Cluh Mas" Luncheon and Program Fourteen menUwrs of the executive board of the" Woman's club were entertained with luncheon at the club jesterday when Mrs J, O Barnes Mrs Qeorje W. Barliam and Mrs B A Bugs- were hostesses Tlie Junchecn was followed by a program meeting of the literary department J. P. Friend, truest sneaker rf!i- Bits of Mostly Personal* 116 S, Hrcailway "Keallty" is flic subject of tlie Lesson-Sermon which will be read In nil Churches of Christ, Scientist oil Su.i)day, Sept. 24. The Golden Text Is "Since tlic beginning of the world 'men have not hewcl, n-.r perceived by the ear, neither hath the eye seen, o God beside thcc, what lie Jiath prepared '' Bcr.t Stewart, wh.o has been ;icctc0 \vjth ifie'Stniidarjj Oil g vlll - imny In JJpston, 'lias returned, "jibre to nialje his home. He was. rcufcd l!?IL™ lU § ">M C '>> ^*'Pp«l finyiiiB 'becii 'milte ill 'for a '"I •' ^'f; '-.. few days. ' ""• '• •' . 4.mong the eltaUons wMch com ~ ' ~' ' PVjse 111? LcEfiQnrS<yinon is ihe'jci rom (he; Bible: "For ,thi °f 'he; vwrltj are clearly . tJi'nfc'S of him from the being- understood by the his ("Hiit men don'j; lilte tfrla to be too intellectual/Clarice. t niiltln t von mips in spelling sometime?" ussed "Giving Your Club Puu- icity." Mrs, John M. Vendes, co^ halrma.n of Ihe literary depart; lent, \\as the only other uue,sl A \ellow and green c lor soheme .as cnnieri out In (i)c decorations Mrs James Hill, leatlei of the iterary society program, gave the irst of a series of tulks plnnnerl n he Drama Her subject -ans ihe ieglnnlng of the Drnnie" MIS J P Mend gave cunent events rom the stage and motion pic- nr^c < ' Osceola Society —r Personal canUm CUss Mis Maggie Barnaul nml -Mlbs Riith'Va'ssey vveie hcstess*s tp eighteen mern- >ers of the Yeaman Bjbie class at ie; Methodist Sundny school In ic Barbiors-Bemnies hopie Thursay nfght foi the f|rst business necllng nnd social of the (all eas n, • , Tlie class of twenty-five mem- eis \vas organized /iiounri shtecn pars ago nnd ijamed foi Mrs, laiy E Yeoman, the first feach- In the bushiest, session Thurs- av night, Mis W ~D * Kelly was, eclcd president, Mrs John Whlt- orth, secretary, and Mrs O N ace, treasurer Roy E Daws n was hosen teacher to succeed "M^s any Jones, vvho has taught tho ass for the past J.DVEII years but sked to be relieved Mrs Jones 111 net us assistant teacher Mrs O Gvvyn is piiiniil. The monthly business and 1,-clal meeting was changed /rofii the hird Thursday night to the third jOnday night because of the con- ict jvltii the season s football ames. i » Irs Gall.iray Hostess Mrs. Paul Galloway, Mr*. Bruce albert and MH Claud Llojd en- •rtained members o! the >oung natrons and joiuig womens chss f the Meth dlst Sunday school at ie Methodist parsonage Thursfaj igbt. Bingo nnd guessing games ere enjoyed throughout the'even-, ig The class numbers thirty mem «rs with Mrs. G. • Haftslir Banks nd Mrs w B Hanntgan ns •-achers In the business session precedlii" he social h ur, Mrs D' Fred Tayor Jr was re-elected president, Iis Edward Sc?ravcs, \\<-t prcsl- ent. Miss Catherine Harwell, scc- etary-treasurer. * • • - js Clem Bo-jen has returned rom Jonesboro where sho was ailed on account cf the serious mfcSv, of her mother, Mrs N R Callaglmr She was away nine iys Mrs Gillsgher Is 'improved Mrs J M Craig of Pine Bluff s the guest of her daughter. Mrs "taiph Holmes and Mr. Holmes The Rev Har Id B TiHman, Irs Tillnian. Mrs M E McDearman and son, Thomas E-inard 1-eiu Tuesday nnd Wednesday In Halls Tenn, as guests of Mrs Mc- Dcannan's parents Mr and Mrs r J Avery Miss Martha Jane CaiUrieht Ueiided the dinner party given In Bl> hcvllle Thursdsy ufeht b> Mrs Jack Scanlon Mbi Gartwnjht's scort «w Jack Wiarp of HumboWl, Sii? rS c J " Ck WllS °" ni " i - di>u « lllc1 '. of Fortlniul, Die., iirrivecl Friday lo be ll)c guests u'f "his bj'olher O W Kntgn(. and '>ii'.,. ijmjAo They me rol.urnhig'fipiti'« y'acatjon in tl)o East njKt (lib New York (Vcrld's Fn)i '•"• . " Mrs Sum Qulile nnU Mrs. J K HooB accumpiinlcf! E/Q'. "Bryan to Memphb llnirsdny to ' see Mrs Bijnn, who it, a pat|ent 'in' the Metliodisi, hospilul. They' R)sa visited Mis S L Gluoish' In Ihe Baptist hospital. • ;•" ' • Mrs Divlght H. Blaekwopd and son u H Blnclt\vo'p<j' jr., and Mis Jettie Driver «cre in Mciii- phls Triday Others, dawn for the dav vveic Mis Maude Trnvls and i>a.vid Trnvli Afembers of the Osceola Parent Teacher Association who went to Blytheville Friday "for the immml schpo! ol instniclion conducicd by Mis W W Frew lit, district dircc- loi, were Mrs D S. Lnney, piesi- dent of the Osteoia unit, Mrs. A. F Spiese, Mrs r, s. Chiles, Mrs. G! Hartsill Banks Mrs. Spe'n'ce Williams, ai|fl Mrs. Roy B..Dawsou . * * • «'-' •"•. • "---v. Gives Birthday 1'arty Mis W. D, Kelly Vns hostess tw twenty small Ms f. :r supper and a .lliealer parly at the Gem Tlic- iter Fridav niglit' In honor of the si\t|i birthday of her daughter, Uoscmaiy Kelly. •. Mrs Oeoige Cono nurt Mrs. Ira Wright assisted Mrs. Kelly in en- tertalphjg (he children at gumes and ^"«tn^>p • • Slcwarl miji (.Ije late l', B,' „,,, A.lw. Deri :stewart pnd baby join him hpre nex(. 'vvcejt " B. N. Hi|l, of New York, turned to that, cjty yesterday Ing after Jjitylng spent the with his mother, Mrs. R, N. jijij He is a pjnno accoiiip'unjst, 'and y thiijgs t|ia,|,. are. ijinde, even . ..... Mnnci.isp, who was here w.llji tl)e bpsefeall" t^aih in 1B37, is spending a few days ticrc of" 1 ' i'-' P ' Fr '^' lf9 ' § ? ^roth'er Giants.' ........ , .,. (t Miss Allyco Nelson, fprjiier com- .mlssloner cf th? local" Qlrj Scout pounclj an.d novy director of' the Girl Scout Hctivllies in-Little "Kock has gone lo Nevs'.'YcriTtV take-a six weeks' course in qirrscp\rt!ii". Miis Doris McGhee, Mlss'jyftVi- elcriial iw'vvc'r' nijd Gp.il'head: 1 ' mans 1:20 Tlie tessoii-gcrinon. also include.'; the following, passages from the Christian Scjlpnce, textbook ''Science and Health willi Key lo the Scriptures 1 ', by Mary Baker Eddy: "The three great verities of cmnlpotcnce,; omnipresence, '" """ possessing nil •c, constituting cl forever tha - .... .. ..- ..in be Page 108 FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Corner Main & 7(li sts. E. B. Williams, paslor Churcli school 9:45 njii. S. K. Oarrelt, superintendent. 1 - Mfl " lln S wcrshlp 10:55 a.m. Serv- ces Littjc ami Miss'CaplUla'WJJit- lccs broadcast over KLON. Anthem, wprlji arc spending (ills afternoon " Klng AlIrDlorlous"_Vail. Soloist, in \»nn,,,i,i r ' • ..,-... j.j^ p on Sutherland. Message — ' in Memphis'; Mrs. ]?.. p, Pnrits, who recently underwent .n ;nmjor operation''at •!••> wnnfist, hospital |n : Meinp'his will-rclurii - lo her hpjne,. pis' Ea'st unerjy sircet,..Sunday. She wjlFl)c iblp to hnvi> visitors the latter part of the week. " ' - ..•• : Mrs. . FarnsworUi Black -and daughter, J3etty, ^nd MrsXW.'H. Minyard are, spending' today'/in Memphis.' '•:'•"•,'•' ' '.Mr. and" ilrs.iH. C. Hplcjer arc spending the vVcekcnd "jyl'tii'.Mr. Holder's parents, Mr and'Mrs E.'H.-iioltler in OtwclV'ind^ ''•"'.'' Miss Virginia faafis..^.^ gast 'St. " " "CorperfllKin. 1 ' Evening ivorship 7:30 p.m. Solo— Herinan Cross Posey. Message — ".The Judgment, What is It, Where Is It, When Is It?" This is the fourth of n series of sermons on the Apostles' Creed. The pastor will be in his study immediately following" upih services lo see nnycnc who 'wishes to counsel with hlni^ 0:00-11:00 a.m. each morning the pastor wilt be In his study to see anyone who wishes to counsel \vith him. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bllile Study —Genesis. Sliirley Lou Adams,- eight-year-old champion ' trick rider, MMve, is with the Adams Rodeo which will appear at the Mississippi Uoimy Fair here Tuesday night, Wednesday afternoon, Thursday afternoon Friday nigjit anrt Sunday night Oct. 1: Louis, has arrived to^spdnd" a „.„ days wllh Mr. and.- Mrs.' Lansing. Mr. and Mrs. R'. P.: Kirslmer will spoml tomorrow in-Memph'isVwith 1 """'W their daughter,-Miss Naiicy-Ktrsh-.' col>lc wi " '-- • '• -.-•-- * i acparlments. The drive to pay.art piiy clnircli clept l.s.now iinrter way. .This church Is "now counting on every Ret«m From Petit Jean Church Session The Rev Matthew A. Curry, prleil-ln-chaigc of the St. Stephen Episcopal church and the Ciilv'aiy fcpl&cgpnl chmch nl Osceola, rc- tmnetl home (his "morning"'frpm Petit Jean where nil Clergymen of the-Diocesan have met this Week Lee Richards, of Npw York fjity outlined the program for' the genera! churcli' at' the meetin»"~ Demonstration Club News Note.s The Blcron Home Demonstration Club met Tuesday afternoon at the club kitchen The meeting was presided nver by thp presWent, Mrs. P. H. Jtedforrt. Mrs. PAiiUiie Stone •icted as secretary and reporter in the absence of Mrs. Austin"and Mrs Paj no 1 ho rpM call'was answered by each telMn'g of" lier'plans for n fall garden The club sang several songs and then read. "Collect" in unison. The devotional -was led by Mrs. .Gi'nce Wyatt frcm Matthew. Mrs Bedford nnd ilrs. Stone have a report on the studio couch demonstration given at tiio Blytne- \illo Woman s Civil) Hpuse by Miss Sjbil Bates, BxtEiisipn'Home Industries Specialist Mrs Ollle Dougla?, Fpprt aud Nu- trltipn chairman lead" the prij- nram TVhlch consisted pf the fcl- lowlng dlscU^fionsV""Feeding Die ncr, who Is iii nursing school at tlie Methodist hcspiliilJ : : " " . : • Mr. nnd Mrs. p. T, Bnrbpi- and sons, Conrad and Thonms] of gag- ihavv, Mioh'., Mr! and • jylrs. Frank Smith and family of Cape Glrar- deau, nnd Miss Beniice Barljcr,' 7 of .Memphis, are spending the weekend here with their purcnls,' Mr nnd Mrs. W. H. Barber at Holland Thursday, 7:30 p.m. choir practice. . Sunday 6:45 p.m. The Young in their respective e bra ted their 48th wedding "aim.!. versary. Tom Scccy, of Cjiicago, formerly of- this city, visited friends here ville-Plem.ing fpotbaJ! "game at .... ley Held. ' Airs. W. p. Mennrd Sr., and sons, N. B. Jr., ana Don, formerly of Here and now cf "Maiden, . arc spending today here with 'frjends, tf., B. Menaixl Jr., Is nttciKling Southeast Missouri Stale Teachers college at Cape Qlrardcau""'thls year. Local Church Group To Attend Conference A group from live local First Frcsbylcriap church will attend the SynodrWirtc Evangelistic ' Ccnfer- ?nce to be held nt tlie First Presbyterian church In "Little' Rock Tuesday. '" ' ,. ' H\oso vyhp will go down member doing his part..' CUJUKCH FIRST BAPTIST Walnut at•!.„.,„. Alfred Carpenter, pastor Simday: 9:30 a.m. Sunday school.. 10:40 a.m.; Mpr.nlng worship.-Ant them—Special ..MiislcW'VVhen 'My Heart is pverwhelmeU." Sermon— "Fleligloiis. pynaniltc." G:30 p.m. Training unicn. 7:30,.r>,m. Eyciiing worship. Spc- al _Music^4nthein: "pod's Wpn- dcrfuj Grace." Sermon _' "Your Na'iiie." ,• Wediicsday—All-Church Night '• 1.:00. p.m. Dcparl-mental meetings f:30 p.m. Mid-week service 8:30 p.m. CJipIr rehearsal. BAPTIST CHAI'EI, Lilly...Street 0:30.a.m. Sundny school. .ST. STEPHEN'S KI'ISC'pl'At, CHUUC1I Matthew A. Curry, pricst-iu-cliargc Simday srho:l at 10 o'clock. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 o'clock. CALVARY CTISC.Ol'AL CHUHCII Malthcvi' A. y are: the Kcv qmcs . Ovprholscr, Mrs.' Ovorhober, Mra. W. Q. Bpycl, nnd Miss Vera'sailba. TUc Rev. Robert H. "McCaslTn, D. D., pastor of (lie Second Presbyterian thiirch of Memplils, will be one of the principal speakers. He will discuss "Evangelism" as the closing address on the program. SCHOOL NEW£ Chs'. Elects Officers Billy Crowder was elected president of the 7B-1 doss of the jun- i:r high school T«esday when the .clns$ decided lo organize into a .club, "' '"•' Other officers chosen were: Billy DeLpng, vice president; Shlrlev Biirhnm sccrclary; Harry Hay Brooks, treasurer; Harold Burgeson, reporter nnd brville Elkins, .sergeant nt arms. Name and iiiotto cf the club nlll be chosen n t the nicetlng Tuesday when the committee appointed by the president makes'Its report Povrcr Sled 80 Fcc.l Long FOND DU LAG," Wls. "(U about sleds may be a'l 7:30 o'clock. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH <!co, W. I'altcrsan, ininistcr 0:45 a.m. Bible school, W. O. G<Mirin, sii|ierintendent." 11:00 n.m. Worship, communion and preaching. "Two Men Who Passed Through the Upper Room" will be tho sermon theme. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Singing and Bible Slutiy nt the church.' We most cordially invite the public. Strangers in our city especially Invited. We'll try to make you glad you came our way. * FIRST I'KBSBVTKIUAN CHUKCK . Jamts A. Ovcrholscr, minister' Sunday school 9:45 n.ni. Morning worship 11:00 am. Theme, "The C:iHlftloiis'of a True Revival." Evening v.ovship 7:30 p.m. Theme, "WE Would See Jesus," Ypmig People's meeting C:30 p.m. Midweek Prnyer Service Wcdncs- day 7:30 p.m. Choir practice Wednesday 8:15 p.m. . •.' • A cordial Invitation' is extended to Hie public :to attend the services :f (his churcli. 1'll.GKlM LUTIIEKAN' CHURCH II, J. Kleiiirliciisl, pastor Divine-vv-a'fihip, 0:45 a.m. Sermon topic; "Why Does a •Christian Go to the House of His Lord?" Sunday school 10:45 a.m. Sunday schcol. teachers lo meet Sunday 2:30 p.m. • • . ' A cordial welcome is extended to ail visitors. • '- ' Preaching services at U o'clock The pastor will use as his subject "Tilings Not Seen". Evening services sit 7:30 o'clrck Sermon topic, "The Bible in a World at War". LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH 0:45 a.m. Chuych school.. 10:45 n.m. Preaching service. 6:30 pan. Young People's meetings. 7:30 pan. Preaching "service. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Prayer services. ...'.' FIRST ASSEJJBLV OF Gpl> Seventh and Ash • • ' -.-S. A. Merrill, pastor • .8:30'a.m. Radio program. ••9:45 a.m. Sunday school 11:00 a.m. Morning devotional. 2:30 p.m. Men's prayer meeting. 6:39 p.m. Christ ..Ambassador classes. -.-...... 7:45 pjn. Evangelistic services. , You arc welcome at this church PILGRIM TABERNACLE 110 Cherry slrrpt 0. W. Doss, paslpr 9:45 a.m.. Smidny school. Lethn WeatherJord, Sunday school super- intcndpnt. . .. 11:00 a.m. Worship service. 7:30 p.m. Young People's service led by Mrs. Veda Tvctter, 8:00 pan. Evimgclislic service. 8:00 p.m. Alissionary service. Ttli; KEISEK METHODIST CHURCH II. K, L. Bcarilcn Jr., pastor Church school at 10 a.m. Miss Quinn Captures Korse Show Honors OSCEOLA, Ark., Sept: 22.-Dixie Leo Quinn, popular Osceola liorsev wcman . .-riding 'her "Charming Beau" placed third In the ladic: pleasure class at the Kennett Fal Festival in Kennett, Mo:, Thursday nighl. Miss Quinn was to hay ridden in another classification bu her ;horse became ill and she wa. forced to bring him home before •the show ended. She was nccoin panied by.her father, Earl Quinn "Charming Beau", also placed first in'the five-gaited class at the Forrest City Peach Festival iri July —PRESCRIPTIONS-^— Safe - - Accurate" Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. Main & First Phone ill You'il Enjoy Our SSc TRIUSCH MAN'S CAFK Across IVnm City il.ili REAL COFI ? EE -, ^ ALWAYS FRESH BUY A PKG. TODAY MSMIPTIONS Frcshesl Slock Guaranteed Best Price* Kirby Drug Stores onstrallon Club Work to the Schorl Home and Community," ivfrs. atom. There was iv round table disci on "School Clothes'', and Mrs. and Mrs Poindex- the and iced tea The next meeting of the Ekron Home Demonstration for three years I — = ,' f college. Naih- I The snipe-billed' ccl -,\ wc ii t l tinier term of Hth that lives a mile bc-tav the "nd Mr, J. L. GUARD Optometrist Only Graduate Optonit- trlsl In BtylhevUIe. Glasses Fitted Correctly NU-WA Laundry-gleaners Phone 180 For Prompl Laundry and Cleaning Service . STEAJI r.AUXDKV is so cniivr.nicnl "ten ynu'rc n:shcd and you linve irprmeiits to uc faim- rftivd. They do (he work fast in a Euperfor manuer." For Belter Laundry and Dry Cleaning two rlbboJis, one''In',tho' ss 1 and one in (lie fjy e - iss at the' Marked Tree 01) August. 27, _ —in will compete for honors in Indies horsemaiisliip at the American Legion Horse Show in Newport, Oct. 8, and nlso enter her horse in the five-gutted class. At The Hospitals lilylhevltle liospilal Shirley Peart Smith, city, admitted. Walls hospital Miss Grace Warren, city, ad- mitled. Memphis Uapilst !t«ulfal Paul D. Combs, Armorel, admitted. Airs. Jack Garret I, paitilhersville, admitted.' ' '' ' illenijilils Mclhqdist hospital Mrs. L. O. Jolly, Wiiscii, nclmitted. Mrs. Mnude B. Montague: Steelc, admitteil. : • Martin Nelsoij, city, adinUted. Memphis S(; Joje^y lipspfjai Kate Gai-rctt, CanithersvMe, : ad- m.ltlcd, " ' Mrs. St«iphan Is .Rcopeniiiir Her PIANO & VIOLIN STUDIO ..Monday, Sept. 1.8(h al 509 Chiekasawlia 'Phone S4GW E\ f erything for your entertainment and comfort. Watch Society P«f» Of Courier Newt pa; Free Show Gqeitj Saturday 'Boots and Saddle 1 with GeneAutry Also carlonti : & serial ''Qregun Trail." Coriliniinus 'show.'- ''•>•'••"'. Admitslon; till- ; ?:Qa ,p.m. ..J9c- '£.••?£$ ' After 5:1)6 p.m.; iSc. ii-Slc •'" Sunday-Monday THE PLAY THAT CAPTURED A NATION! * coiiiMii* riaunf Also I'nrainpuul Ifcws & ponicdy ConIimmMS j shnvr Sunday .Iclreis. Sunday all day 16c & 36c Ailmis. Monday Matiner. idc & ?6r, Admission Monday Night ICc t Sjc. $ Friday, Sept 29 125 Good Reasons Why You Should A 1 1 u n d Mttlincc or Night *§$?$$. 5.$ M«tlnee« Fri.-S»L-JSiin.' AdmUsion, always l»«-4 Zfc, Last Times Today Tune-pqcJced thrill ' \lso cartoon £ serial "Hawk cf the Wilderness.? Continuous show Sunday -Monday ' TRANKIE DARKO Also Fox N'c«s' & Cqiiieily

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