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Blytheville, Arkansas
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\'PAGE TWO BLYTHEVIL.LE, (ARK.) .COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 20, : fl)39 CHURCH NEWS , COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET ! This Ticket Will Admfi Inln Shaffer and Companion BlylhtvlU* ( , —to tbt— , RITZ; THEATER • —to s«*— "The tee Follies of 1939" Social CalenHar MONDAY'S EVENTS Circle One, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, Meeting 2:30 o'cjock with Mrs. W. W. Watson; Circle Ttvo, Mrs. Raymond Smith; Circle Three, Jitrs. J. H, Smart Jr.; Circle Pour, Mrs. \V, A Orlmmelt; Circle Five, Mrs. \V. L. Stiles; Circle Six, Mrs. Robert Grimes. Woman's Missionary society, Firsl MetlKdlst church, meeting 2:30 'o'clock at church, Vypinan's Auxiliary', First. Prcs- bylcrlaiv church; meeting 2:30 o'clock R I church. Bertha Fuller division, Woman's Council, First Christian church, inciting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Ray Hall, Roman's Missionary society, lake Street Methodist church, meeting 2:30':o'clock at church. , Business and Professional \Vonian's, club', having niolhcr-dnugh- .ter party at home or Mrs. J. G. Barnes, 7:45 o'clock. , .TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mi's. A. G. Knit entertaining Tuesday Contract tlub. Young Matron's -Bridge club meeting with Mri. W. O. Hlgginson. .Tuesdiy'Bridge club meeting with Mrs. W. D. Chnmblin. WEDNESDAYS EVENTS Mrs. Hurry Kirby cntcttnining Wednesday .'Bridge club. Town slid Country club meeting «Jlh Mrs O. O. Caudill Mrs. Hiram Wjlie having Wednesday Conliflct club. Bachelors club having picnic at Walker Park, seven o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs George A.'Hamilton cntei- tnining Thursday Bildge club. Double Four Bridge club meeting »ith Mrs Ted King. Mrs. Rodney Banister having Thursday Contract club. •Thursday Afternoon club meeting vs 1th Mrs. Louis Applebauin, Mrs. R. F. Klrshncr entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Mld-Wcek Bridge club members and husbands having parly at home _of Mr. and Mrs W. L. Horner. . " Mr", and Mrs LaOrinuc Wnlltte and Mr and Mrs. llob Gwynn entertaining Club Informal nine ' ui Woman's club. lelni. Following dinner, n friendship circle was formed before the guests adjourned. Spring flowers worn arranged on he long table nl which the guests vcro scaled. Green tapers mid sum drop baskets completed Iho '.able decornlions. * • . * !•'. F. A. ..Bays' Arc Hosts To Homo Economics G|rl$ Music Department* ' ' Gives Annual Tea Members : of: tlic music - department of the'iWoman's club .and their friends wcio entertained . at a tea given ycslerday afternoon nl the club. The department annually sponsors an affair of this type. GucsU were received nl the door by Mrs. E. F. Blotneyer, president o, the Woman's club, and Mrs. Renkerl Wetcnkamp, .president of - the music department Ihroxighout the club, a pink and while scheme was carried out. Blooming hedge banked the manlel of the fireplace and about Ihc club were arranged floorbaskcls of giant picnics and roses. i'nik roses were also used for the centerpiece of the tea table. Buds wore used to encircle the punch bowl. Fink and white Iced individual cakes and canapes also In the two shades completed the Decorative scheme. Serving nt the tea InMc were Mrs George M. Lee, Mrs. C. G. ht-dman, Mrs. H. J. Klelndiensl, Mis. J. P. Friend, Mre. Russell >arr and Mrs. R. E. Blnylock. L. T. Moore Jr. played t«e pinno during the tea hour. Other musical numbers heard during the aflcr- ncon were vocal solos by Miss Cleo Garner, Mrs. Don Sulhcrland and Miss ;Jeannc. Hurrlscn, piano solos by Mrs. Murray 5marl and Miss June, Workman, violin solo by Miss Amy'Ruth Morris, and an accordion solo by Joe Evrard. Junior High Seniors Have I'icnlc at I'ark Members ct the Ihrco classes of Iho high eighth grade of Hie Junior high school had a picnic at Walker Park Thursday afternoon when instructors of the Junior high school were invited as guests. Baseball games, bicycling, races and other games amused the students before supper was served. In addition to the hmclies each person i brought, iced drinks anti dlxlo cups •Here ,also served. .. ' • "' Sponsors of these classes are Miss Dora COppedgc, Miss Monta Hughes and J. S. Morris. * * * Stnlors of Baptist Cht-rch Are Honored. ' Seniors of th« city high school who are also members pf the First Baptist church were guests of honor at a dinner given list night by mothers of members ol the Pare to Do Right club of the church. Honored guests at the -parly \\ere:,Howard Kvisby, Eugene Auten, Leon Stafford, Odessa McGhec, Irene ,.-Johnson, Doris bclk, Odle Rice, Kloise Parks, Eugenia Craw ford, Dolores Psaiironds, Mary -,Jane liognn Jeanne Oarlock, toastmistress for gje, v {5(nncr, opened the nvoggram , W' fading a prophecy for the aen- ' iors^ Brier jmprompru talks by the _, semens preceded speeches by Louis VTrowbildge and Miss Luna B. V/U FLAPPER FANNY -coM.mmwAsumct.ixc, i.u.tciu. t.w.err. By Sylvia Bits of News Mostly Personals 'Tn» writing the class prophecy. You want a be the most likely to succeed for a quarter, or a movie star for a dime?" Wilson Society—Personal Terry Moore Robinson returned Members of; the' home economics ;homp Tuesday allcrhoph after vis- club of the city JiUjh: school were his minis, Mrs. Tom Phillips . juesls of members, of the Future of Ulythevllle nnU Mrs. Eddie Reg- Airicricn for n picnic enold of AimoiW. Mrs. Phillips, ,ast night al Walker Pnyh. . ' Mrs - Rcscnold and son, John Ed .\yicners-and iiiarshnmnows were! 11 " 1 ' Mrs, O. E. Moore accompanied .oasled over open nrcs after (jnmcs Terry home and spent Ihc aftcr- lirid been played. A Softball unine was pluycd between the third year Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thompson visited Mr. and Mrs.- 0.' C< agriculture .boys and. Ihc second - -rear ngr.'.julture boys. I Crockett «ud daughter, Mne Alice', Miss Rosa M. llanty, principal '" Memphis Saturday and Sunday. Of tlic school, WHS a guest. Miss Tilc y returned (ionic Sunday night. Virginia Simpson Is sponsor of' Mrs., .W. S. Turner ci'itcrMlned !.I«P. home cc club and PrcDinnn thc . "'W-wcek bridge cliib Wed- Robltison Is sponsor of the If I'., A llps ^ n >' nfternodn. ..The house ivns '' :ronp. * « t. Trifc-Urct'il lilies Arft r -.Sbleu»Ji5zcd Here The wedding of MBS U1 ,| ni! decorated with lovely early nier flowers/ The two guests for the afternoon were, Mrs. Hal Alcorn, nnd Mrs. Jess Hartrlch. Mrs. .Alco'rn won consolation .prize and --.- ..- ....... „ ». ...™ Green of Walnut nidlje, dnighter ! , . rs ' =.' A| ' lll( ? wo " '" Eh :icolc -. and Mrs. .A. B. Greeii, inid Trice, of Paragoultl, of Mi Hnrln solcmnls'.c'.l. here lust night nt tlic home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A V, bite Peonies nnd roses arranged about :he living rosm of the While home formed n floral background for .he service which was read by the Uev. Cecil Culver, pnstor of the First Methodist church nt Paragould. They were attended by Miss Camlll Robinson, of here, and John Jones,; of Paragould. Miss Robinson wore a printed chiffon dress with white accessories. The bride \vns dressed In printed Miscmble of dnbonnct nnd white oicr which she wore n white cent and con-led white accessaries. Her corsage as well us that of her nl- tendanl ivns of white rose buds and sweet pens. Following the ceremony, thoy left on a wedding trip to Memphis ,itid Little nock. Mrs. Orecn, who received her training nt St. Vincent's hospital in Liltlc Rock, Is a comity health nurse with headquarters at Wnl- nul. Ridge. She will socn receive her transfer to Greene county with headquarters In Paragon!;!. Mr. Trice, who was graduated from the University of Arkansas at FayeUeville, Is part owner nnd operator <of the T(ice I5i':lhcrs Furniture store In Parngould * • t Miss Layson Initiated Into Dramatic Sorority. Miss Mary Eunice Layson. who attends Cottey college at Nevada, Mo., was initiated Tuesday into Delia Psi Omega,, national honorary dramatic sorority for junior colleges. Miss Layson, daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. U. C. Layson, is a senior at the college this year. Have Shower for Leader Mrs. sattr Brent, win Is leaving socn lor Alabama, wits guen a handkerchief shower Thursday nlghi by members of Ihr. Margaret Htit- chison airl.'s Auxiliary of the First Baptist church. Mrs. Brent 1ms been leader of Ihc auxiliary. The party wes given at the home of Mrs. J. T. Wcslbrook, win will succeed Mrs. Brent. After playing various games, the eight present were served .refreshments. Tlie hostess served n delicious Kil- Hd plate to Ihc guests after Ihe bridge games. •: Mrs. W. P. Wilson and Mrs. Q. O. Reeves spent Thursday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crockett and daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. R«l[)s Robinson Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Robinson nnd son Terry -spend Ihc week end with Mrs, Crockett nnd will return home Moiidny. W. J. Luchvlg, who recently underwent an .operand)) at the Frisco hospital In St. Louis, Mo., le- lurncd home Sunday morning. Mrs. Edith Rossi visited her parents! Mr. 'and Mrs. Jack Miillcnn, Thursday. lias Klrtliility Tarty Friends of Jac'ktc Applcbaum were entertained yesterday afler- uoon with a party at his home on (he occasion of his filth birthday. In (he games which were played, prizes went to 'Recn Morris, Fred Hamia and.'Johnny Wilks. After the games the host's mother, Mrs. Jack Appicbaum, served ice cream and birthday cake. Balloons were given es favors. R«ad Courier News want Sfoore, leave Saturday to Miss Grear's Students Wilt Appear In Recital Piano students of Miss Katliryn O'rcar will be presented in rcclml at First Methodist church Monday night at eight o'clock, Miss Grcnr announced today. Solos and duels representing both the classical nnd modern schools of imisic will be played by the 28 students. The following will ba heard on the program: George Reed, Charles C|rigger, (Catherine Westbrook, Betty Borowsky, Hotly Black, Mary Lynn Bean, James W. Dales, Marilyn Dccn, Blllie Jtinc Rogers, Ed- wnrd Grehfclcl, Lillian Uunch. Frances Shoilsc. Branddaughtcr, Mavis Hene olam- pllt, of Little Rock, and Mt&s Icle Sheplierd left today for Detroit where they will visit their daughter, ivfrs. Frank Luyvcl and family. They plan to l[e away a week. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ewtng, who have teen residing at 1306 Chick- nsRK'bn avenue; have moved to an apartment at 713 West Ash street. Tlic apartment which they formerly occupied has been rented by Mr. nnd Mra. Robert Baxter. Mrs, Baxter, who bn.s been fit Paragotijd, will job) Mr. Baxter here shortly.! Mrs. A. M. Butt and daughter; Miss Ruth Biilt, Mrs, W. M. TByi )6r, Mrs, M. O. Goodwin, Mrs. 8. P, Martin nnd Mrs. John Fealh- \ crston spent Thursday in Para- gouid with the Rev. and Mrs. H. Lynn Wade. Mra. Harold Bchnce Is I'lI.GIUM LUTHERAN CIICKCH II. J. KMndienst, pastor Divine services 9:45 a.m. Sermon 'topic, "Christian Meditation." .Sunday school and Bible class '.10:45 a.m. . Special meeting of Sunday school • teachers after the Sunday school session. i.. Training class Monday nnd Thursday 3:45 p.m. •') You arc cordially iuvlled to worship wilh us If you have no cliurcl to return this weekend from Jones- ooro where she has spent a with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cherry. home of your own, "Coine tliou with us, and we will do thec good." Nm. 10, 29. TEMl'I.K ISKAEI, Herman I'ollack,, Habbl 1:30 p.m. Religious school classes will be In session. Preparations are under way for closing exercises on Sunday afternoon, June 4th. 3 P.III. Weekly services will lw Jiel'.l. Sermon topic: ; "Is Tncre Place In America for European Bjiilgrcs?" The discussion will be based on recent studies by Louis Adainlc, a group of University of Chicago professors, and Dr. Henry Smith Lclpcr of the Federal Council of Churches. Such questions will be raised: What constructive contribution ran be expected from refugees coming In this country? Witli the admission of emigrants is there n lirtnger of racial nntng- 01115)11 developing lowanl foreign- born on the part of native-born? Everyone Is most cordially Invited Mr. nnd Mrs. Hillliml Peterson I to attend. and son, of Jonesboro, spei\l yes-) lerday here with Mis. Peterson's' uncle, W. W. Shaver, and family. Mrs. J. J. Johnson returned, last night from California where Elie spent three weeks. Mrs, Winifred Reynolds aiid Miss Sophia Me'yors, who accompanied her there, ic- malned for .n, longer visit. • Miss Meyers slay for six mote wcckB, while Mrs. Reynolds 'Svi spend the summer there. : " Mr. nnd Mrs. George D. Pollack arc attending to bVisincss In Knn- sns City., They'plan' to'return the latter part of next week. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Young r.fe spending the week In Ncwhcrn, Tenn., wltli Mr. Young's grand.- inothcr, Mrs. Kitty Lnticaster. • ': Jess Euerdt of Memphis, Tcnn.; wns a visitor here Friday. '...: •' Steele-Cqotef Society—Personal Hostess; (o Bunco, v.! ;'," •'•"• .•..»„">; : J Mrs. Velmer Campbell was hostess to her Lticky Nino Bunco club of CoOtci; f .nnd one guest, Mrs. Tom Hop|)cr,~at her home yesterday., af- high score prize, mall wall received ThL? Is Ihe fifth of a scries o/ messages Irom the Lord's Prayer. Come and bring the whole family. The Young People will meet, in their respective departments at 0:30 p. m. Fellowship hours al the church from 5:00 to 0:30 p'clock and from 8:30 to 9:30 )>. m, Wednesday, 7:30 p, m. Midweek Services and Church night Wednesday, 8:00 p. in. Children's workers of the Church school will meet at the church. Thursday, 7:30 p. m. choir practice. ST. BTKI'HKN'S EPISCOPAL CHUKOH Matthew A. Curry, priest-in-charge Ch'pli: rehearsal Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock. Sunday: Church school, 3:30 a.m. Evening prayer .and sermon at 7:30 p.m. CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH OSCEOLA MaKhcw A. Curry, riricst-'in-clmrge lloly Communion and sermon nt 11:00 a.m. Ray' Mncldeii was recently appointed Lay Leader by the IU. flev. R. Bland Mitchell, Bishop of Ar- kansns. A period of intensive instructions will qualify his leadership in worship services of the Protestant Epscopal Church of America. Announce Services For Revival Meeting Sunday Scheduled services for tomorrow at the Assembly of God Church, Seventh and Ash streets where the Ilcv. William Schone, evangelist, Is conducting a revival meeting, were announced today by the pastor, the Rev.' £ A. Merrill. Besides the usual 11 o'clock aj;d 7:45 o'clock services, there will be a special .service at 2:30 o'clock in (he afternoon. For the morning service, (he Rev. Mr. Echone will have for his subject, "Our On- changing Task." His subject for the afternoon period will be "The Bible In Ihe Light of Science and Logic". He will discuss (.he question whether or hot tile Bible should be revised In this day and age, and whether or not the book of Genesis stands the test of 20Ui century science. At the night scrvfce, "The Unpardonable Sin" will be the preacher's theme. This sin will be presented from the standpoint of scripture, nature and experience, the Rev. Mr. Schone has said. The Rev. Mr, Merrill has extended an Invitation, to the public to attend the services Midi-will continue through next week. CI1U1STIAN SCIENCES SEUV1CK5 Hi S. IlruHdway "Soul ami Body" is subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read In all Churches of Christ, Scientist, .JDH Sunday, May 21, 183D. The Oo'ldch Text Is: "If thoii draw out Illy soul to the hungry, and satisfy the affllcled soul; thenj shall thy light rise In obscurity,! nnd thy darkness be as the nooii' day." Isaiah 58:10. Among the citations which ccm- .prise, the . Iiesson-Scrmon is the following from the! Bible: "For we know that (f our earthly house of this tabernacle were, dissolved, we haic a building of rjod, an house not made with ;liands, eternal in the heavens." U Corinthians 5:1 The Wssoti-Sorijioh also includes the ' following p'ti'sSagcs from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: "Tlic evidence of the existence of Snlr- _}!,, Soul, is palpable only to spir- Iliial sense, nnd is .'not apparent to Die mntcrlnl senses, which cog-] iilze only that which is the oppo-' site of Spirit." Page 359 ,,-.• LAKE STHEET METIIOUIST •i'. ClIDKCli "'' F. 1\I. Sweet, pastor 0:45 a.m. Church school. No pleaching service in-'diie. morning. Wo will go to the clly ffif '" ; f ° r • U ' C ' .meet- Mrs. T. Lewis wall] , «rvlcc. .t-^VM[.tj Ulltn.ll il^tlKI, H •iilt'lG Wail -17.on » iir.,.1 I ,nsc, and low score, a dlsl^ went l '^° "•'"''Wednesday, prayer ser^n Mrc rinct r<nn»nh> * • to Mrs. Ouss Cooper. • 1 « Billy Frnnzman and sister, Miss •iffie,, of .Winter Haven, Fin., stopped here over (lie weekend for a visit with, their aunt, Mrs. QHrnce \Vagslcr, and family.-They were'an -blltc to thn New York'World Mrs. Lewis Lester, Mrs. Marvin KHIls and son, Mrs. L. N. Jcnrs nnd son, Mrs. JcESle Jones i'nd daughter, Sue, are spcndlnj todny hi Alamo, Tenn., where they will visit Mrs. Jessie Jones' daughters. Mrs. Dotsle Hart and Mrs. Uosste Sinlllj. Mrs. W. C. Reid and memters of tlic Senior clnss of Cooler high schcol returned last night after several days outing in various parts of interest of Missouri. Mrs. Max u Kelly spent yesterday-In Memphis. Little Miss Rliildft Ann of Grccmvood, Miss., is spcndins this week in' stenle wilh her grandparents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Kd- ley. Mrs. Kellcy has been veiling her daughter, Mrs. S. P. Lee jr., of Greenwood, and brought her little granddaughter home with her. 01IUI1CII OF CIIKIST DcutDii M, Ncal, miiiislor Lord's Day services: Services will be 30 minutes early in order to i'ct out for baccalaureale services. 0:30 a.m. Bible "study. 10:15 a.m. Communion. No preaching. 7:00 p.m. Young People's Bible class. 8:00 p.m. .Preaching. Sermon by the pastor. Wednesday's services: 8:tO p.m. Song service and study. Thursday's services: 3:00 p.m. Laciies' Bible class. Daily broadcast over KLCN, iWomlay and Saturday from 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock and Sunday from 2:30 to 3:15 o'clock, • FIRST !,BAPTIST'-CHURCH Wnttml at "Eighth Itcv. Aifrrd Carpenter, pxstw Sunday: - . • , 9:30;j(lny school.. tt:30 p.m. .Training. Union. 7:30 p.m. Preaching service. Special music: Duet, Psnimonds, Ashley, "lave. Wonderful T_ove" — Clioir. Sermon, "Will Hell Ever Be Vacated?" " Wednesday, all-church night. 7:30 p.m. Departmental meetings. 1:30 Mid-week service. 8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal, liaplist Chapd, Lilly St. 9:30. a.m. 'Sunday school. I-TRST. PRKSBVTERIAN C'fi'JHCH .Tames A. Ovci'jioiscr, minhler Eunday school. 9:45 Morning worship 11:00, the Dac- i'alaui'eiite •'sprWceT'-'ht' the ciiy^'-nur' ditorium. • ' - • '.•_ '^ :• ( Young 'People'. 1 ; meeting 6:30 P.m. Evening worship 7:30 .Theme, "The First Church of Jerusalem.' Miri'-wcck service Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Clioir rehearsal Wednesday, »:15 p.m. At The Hospitals lliythcville Hospital Regenold Langley, city, .admitted. Mnry Frances Nunn, Roberta! Paul Uiwrcncc, Hcrmon'diilc,ills- Horimn, Jane Borowsky, Nancy missed. McGill, Audi Kccd. Shirley Bar-' John Clayton Storey, Manila ham. Aim Dccn, (Catherine Ilud- :-on. Carol Chapin, Euby King, Lanellc Smart, Alcxa Williams, IJorothy Cross, Betty Jean Hill, Mildred Weathers, June Workman. To admitted, Joe Imlcr, Armorel. admitted. Franklfn Young, cits', admitted. ,.• t Miss Bcrlle Lee Kelly, city, art- ( ,,FinST CHRISTIAN CHURCH .,;.*.. ^tam nl Sixth fleo. W. I'.iticrson, Minister 9:30 a. in,, Bible school, W. O. Oeurin, superintendent, i{6:45-p. in., .Youth Council meeting. '-' v ' ' 7:45 p. m., worshiii, communion ahtt preaching, "jcsus and Zac- c'liRcus" will be the sermon theme. . .Wednesday, 1:45 p. m., congregational .neeling at the church. • We join with the other churches of the city In the baccalaiireale service for Ihe high school, at the City Auditorium at 11:00 a. m. Bc- caiise of this we ' will hold cur .coininunion service al tiie eveiiing hour of worship. We urge our people to be present at this communion service.- We most cordially Invite Hie public. Strangers in our cit-y especially Invited. We'll try to mnlie you glad you came our way. FIJIST AIKTIIOIHST CHURCH Corner Main and 71h E. IS. Williams, minister Church school—S.-45 a. m., S. K. Oarrett, superintendent. There will Ire no preaching service at our Church Sunday morning. We arc dismissing our services In order that those who wish may atcntl the graduation services nl-,'thc City Auditorium. Evening worship—7:30 o'clock. Special music by the 4111, 5th nnd Oth grades, Tiangc school under tlip. direction of Mrs. George M. Cypert and Thomsen Be Booster Club Guests Eoyd Cypert, director of athletics 3l the University of Arkansas Rl Faj-cttcville, and Fi-ed Tlioiiisen, head football conch' for the University, -.-ill be gucsls at the luncheon meeting of the 'University of > Arkansas Tlooster club at the Hotel Noble Monday, It was announced today. Movies of the spring practice nt the Unlveislay and parts of fool- ball games played In 1938 will be shown by Mr. Cypert. Mr. Thomson will tell the group of the "Football Prospects for milled. Walls Hospital Levl Carztno, East I'ralrio, .Mo., admitted. Mrs. Lcvl Carzlne, East Pr.iiric, Mo., admitted. Charles t/iCross, East I'raiic, Mo., admitted. Read Courier News want ads. Message: "Thy Will Be Done." r-PRESCRIPTIONS- ' • Safe - - Accurate .'•Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. M.iln ft First Phone Ml IBM," Wert Optometrist "UK MAKES.'EM SBK" Over Joe Isaacs' slow Phone 5<10 SAVED ARE Anti-Knock fias 73f Octane 13.5C i;nl. (.ciuiiuc I'Hliyl SO Octane. l.|.;u- gal. (All Tii.\cs '. Piiifl) SI'KCIAIj LOW 1'UKll'i 100'••!.'' PllJlK 1M4NN- SYLVANIA MOTOH 0)1,—TAX 1'All)^ — 2 UA L. CAN i. ;• O'Jc Higltesl Qualify I'roducls al SAVEON GAS GO. 4 fllilc-s From State Line Hollftnd. Mo. Scouters Leadership Course Here Continues .The'second, meeting of the Sconters Leadership Training course being conducted by the Blytheville District Boy Scouts of America wns held last night in the Armory. Under the direction of Marcus Evrard, a large group of interested men arc taking this special train- Ing in the second of this scries of courses, balled "Troop Operation." Lasl year, the "introduction to Scouting" course WHS conducted. Oscar Fendlcr, dislrlct scout com- itilssiciiciV B«ve a discussion 'pi troop records'nr.d exhibited n tro;p record book with all tlic forms used by tlic troop In keeping all records. Major Ivy W. Crawford gave. Ihe second discussion on "Tlic Etluca- .ional Value ol the Scout Uniform." Sixth Grade Students Have Picnic At Park Sixth grade children from all three city schools will have a picnic at Wnlker Park Tuesday afternoon. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary supervisor of city schools, announced today. There are )53 sixth grade students who will participate In the jffiilr. Have Perfect^ Spelling Records For Four Years Equipped l.n participate creditably In an old fashioned spelh.ig bee are 14 students of the sixth grades of the city schools. The pupils who .have never missed-a. word on any spelling lest for the/.spast four years or^iince they 1 entered the third grade as follows: .Lanee school—i?obert Winters, Margaret , Hill. Evelyn . SlaiU'ield, Mary Lee Sivift. Sudmlry school—-Jack Marsh, Bessie Chism, Billy Dorsey, Pearl Lovelace, Dorothy Marie Betts, Huby fiell Reed. Central School—Marine Evans, trciiR Fitzgerald, Alary Frances .Nunn and Helen. Wheat. Ereryihing for your, laipment and comfort. Watch Society Of Courier News F»» Free Show Gnutt Saturday MARIE WIISON Alien Jenkins -Johnnie Davis Charley Fby- Jerry Coionna in Ploy bj-/^» fic'd Also cnrtonn & scruU Buck lingers Continuous shnw- Admission till 5:00 p.m. iOc & 2Gc inisiilon Aftffr 5 p.m. I6c & 31c Sunday-Monday "Great Ziegfeld" of'the Ice! Needlework Begun at 88 By Maryland Wjoman SNOW HH.L. Mrt. (UP)— Fir Mrs. Julia A. Purnpll, Snow Hill's oldest resident, life,literally begaiijhl JiB. ; Shs> began,.needlework.after^eJ, BfltlT birthday and now—at. '95—is one of .the oldest active and most widely-known hcedloworkers in lUe country. .•.'•• Among lier works arc 45 framed sets ol the Dicnhe quintuplets and a reproduction of their birthplace CRAWFORD witf, JAMES STEWART LEVV AYRES -LEWIS STONE "THE INTERItATIONAl. ICE FOIL1ES" • ith BIII Ehrhirdt • Roy Stlpilid • Eddi> SkUtti<isdaieirJlhtlo» • ScilliNtft; Lnnnl tiKKn. Htt*n t)«« M tit* Mn IttU MncMh;RiMiHScl«m • tntmt t, ten lift ' i'aiamnunl ffcii-s. ''& ; The trafiic death rate for chil- dien ranging from 5 lo H years old has decreased 13 per cent since 1923, while the rate for all other age groups has climbed steadily. . Today, the birth rate of England ind Wales Is less than 15 per 1000 )( the population, as compared to 25 per 1000 In 1011. FREE SHOW TICKETS to the Kit 7, or Rosy Theaters. Save Butter-Knist Bread .Wrappers—25 good tor one adult's ticket or 1') good for one child's licket. Exchange y our wrappers for free tickets al BLYTHEVILLE BAKING CO. Phone 110 5fj- husband lakt.s n 11 Ms shirts to Ht,YTIIEVII.LE STKA.1t I,,\IJ,Vr)KV'. He says lioire methods just can't rmiitictc with their superior service! For Belter •Laundry and Dry Cleaning puck Cufluoh "Dnnnlii's Golf Gahic." : - Continuous' slmw Sunday limi'Slon All Day Sunday IOc *. 3Gc Ailmis. aionrtay Mntinec IOc & 'iSc. Admission i\Tonday Night tiic & 36c $ » » J $ » J FRIDAY, MAY 26 75 GOOD REASONS Why you should attend d* sho.w Matinee or Night $ * * $ * * * J Coming Soon: Union Pacific Only Angels llavc Wings Juarez Kose of Washington Square Alexander Graham Bell Three Smart Girls Crow Up Dark Victory Never Say Die ROX i AdmfKlon always l(lc & ZK< ••-. Matinees Fri.-SaC-Sun. Friday - Saturday HIS BIGGEST THRILL SHOW I THE COMES TO TEXAS CCUUJvm A PICTURE Also cartoon & 'serial "Lone Hanger Kides ' Again!" Continuous show Saturday. -Monday

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