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PAGE f\VO" BLYTHgyfLLE/'CAKK.)' C*OtmiEft "SfflW " Wreckage Of 'Stunt' Plane COURIER NEWS 'COMPLiMENTABY TICKET This Tirkft Will Admit Franklin Warth <t Companion —to H>e— KITZ -THEATER '•Here I Ara » Stranscr" ''.Social Calendar MONDAYS CALENDAR W<m*n'|5 Auxillaiy, St Stephen's Episcopal Church, meeting ?.30 o'clock at church. Executive Board, Woman's Auxiliary, First Pusbytcrlan church, meeting 2 '30 o'clock at, church Woman's Missionary btclely, First Methodist church, meeting 2 39 o'clock at church. Executive Board, Woman's Council, First Christian church, meeting 2.30 o'clcek at church Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2.30 o'clock at churc,h. i "Woman's Missionary society, Lafce S'wet Methcdist church, meeting ?'3P o'clock at the church, TUESDAY'S EVENTS , Delphian Fine Arls Group haUng meeting at 10 o'clock followed by luncheon at Hotel Nlblc. WEDNESDAY'S "EVENTS ( Mrs James B, Glarjc entertaining Town and Country club. THURSDAYS EVENTS The Delta^Contriwt club meeting v,ilh Mrs. ,W. 0. McClurkln Mr$ li. L. H«bener having Thursday Dessert club. Mrs, .-Charles Alford entertaining Thursday Bridge club at Rustic Inn Double Four club meeting with Mrs. W S Langdon. ' FRIDAY'S EVENTS Eljktt Fletcher chapter, United Daughters ol Confedeiacy, sponsoring benefit bridge party, 2 30 o'clock at country club. SATORDAYS'S RVENTS American Association of University Women having luncheon meeting at 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble Bachelors Sponsor Dance Fpotball Game FLAPPER FANNY - CCPR. mt 8YXU SCRYICE.II1C. T. M. Btt U. i, PAT.(IFF, By Sylvia 'Thcp, Old Pastorate." All mo.ii- bers urgitd lo be. present and a )l i visitors welcome. Members of the Pine Bluff nod BlythevtUe football teams yreie hcnorcd at the dance given last night by the Bachciors'Cliib at the Armory following the Blythevillc- pine I5|ufl game played at Haley Meld.' About la people attended the dance for which Vaughn Richardson and his orchestra playefl The band '• presented a flopr show. Among the out of town people from neighboring ttwjjs who .intended were: t Jhmny Craln snil HoVaid Boueii of Wilson, Miss Jean Williams and Miss Jane Williams of Drher; * Misg Dorothy Matthias .an'd' Paul v Lyman, of Jonwboro; Miss Clementine Bowcn, Miss Martha Ja.n'c Gaitwrlgllt and Mis; Josephine Fiazter^of Os^eola. The Bachelors' cjtib Is sponsoring a dance after each of the football games; played her? frits season Next Friday' flight otter the Litljc Rock game, the affair will be given at }he, American Legion Hut • ' • * Entertain!, Houscguest Miss Nancy Law is of Jackson, Miss, is being enleilained with parties here this weekend by mem- Camp 0., llils slimmer. PILGRIM MlTllKilAN i H. .1. KUindienst, Pastor •-'••;• Divine services 8:45 am Ser mon topic; "The War ol Iho Ages' Sunday school 10:45 a.m. Sunday ! Is Promotion Day, Certificates of i promotion will be awarded tomor- '| row. 1 Advanced class In chilMlai) in structlon meets Sunday 230 pm Training class, meets Mondaj and Wednesday £3:40. '|un. Adult class on Bible Pimdamen- Inls meets Monday night 7 30 o'clock. . Epeclnl meeting of the Pilgrim i Guild • Sunday nfter the morning / worship, We J;ivjle you lo nltcnd guy of those 'dosses. "Oh, you an' your temper!- Some of these (toys when you're fin' fire me, I'm eoima quit." Bits of Newi Mostly Per»onal» Dr A M. Washburn; formerly of here and now cf Little. Rock, attended the BlyUicvllle-Fino Bluft game here, last night. He nna his family plan to return next Friday night when 'Lllllc Rock plays here. Miss Jenny Wroii DJIlahimty anil her housegiiest, Miss Mary'Edwards' or Yozoo City, Miss., are spending today in Memphis. They pla'n to g:- on to YanobiCity tomorrow whore MIss'Dlllhhun'ty will'visit f:r-a leu. days. Miss Edwards and Miss Dllla- hunly were'schoolmates nt'the Uni- vcrtily *»f; Mississippi ai" Oxford:' Mv. nnd ! Mrs: Ben Kiinyhn'and R. C, Lancnstcr, of'Dyess, were amonj tlie put of town guests here last night fcr the Blytheville-Pinc Bluff game. Willie Fry, wlioso "bncic wns seriously injured while unloading logs about, two weeks ago. has-been removed to Campbell's clinic in Memphis . ' . . Among "Jonesboro people here tor the Blythcville-PInc Blutf football same last night were: Mr. and Mrs. \V. U -Mack. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Slmuver, Mr. and Mrs. Fran^ els Chen-y, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Fpitz, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Evans, Mr.'and'Mrs. A. II, Umsdalc, Robert anrt b, S. Jol BlutI football gnme plnycd hure last night.' Mr. Dodson and Mr. Gregory will return tomorrow Dili Mrs. Dodsrn will remain for a week'.?.visit. • Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Matthews, of Jonc.sboro, \vere lha guests of Mr. and Mrs. . Jnmes Tercy for dinner «nd the BtyUievllle-Plue Bluff fc'ptbitll game lasf night.' 1 • F1KST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut at Eighth Jicv. Alfred Carpenter, pastor Sunday: C:39 a.m. Siuiday Echool. ' IQ:40 a.m. Morning worship. Special music Anthem, "Lift Up Your Heads" Solo, Mu Ralph Bonyman. Sermon, 'Signs'of Chrlst'i Return." Broadcast KLON. G-.30 p.m:, Training Union: ..7:30 pm Pvening worship—SpA- iclal music foermon, "Fail Day on the Lord's Day" Wednesday, all-Church Night 7:00 p.m.; Departmental meetings. 7:30 p.m. Mld-Week Service. 8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. BajUIst Chapel, Lilly St. 9:30 n.m. Sunday school. CHURCH OF CHRIST Uenlon M. Ncal, pastor Lord's Day services: ,10:00 a.m. Bible sllldy. 11:00 a,ui. Morning worship," . 11:45 a.m.-Communion. , 8:00 p.m. Preaching. CHURCH NEWS Wednesday's services 8:00 p.m. Sonj'servico nnd study. 'Dally broadcasts over KLCN. Monday ami Saturday from 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock .and Sunday ;from 2:30 to .4:15 .o'clock. Frank Puckett, minister of Johcs- horo Church of- Christ, :\vi!l be the speaker.nt the morning and evening services and also at the afternoon radio" services. i FIRST METHODIST CHHKCH : Corner Main. & 7(1) streets i .'. . E, B. IVHIIiims, pastor Church • school 0:45 a.m. S. K. Gnrrett, superintendent. i'Jiornlng worship 10:55 ic'clock Anthem—"Dear Lord and Father of Mankind" by Nfaker, Soloist. Don -.•<•••— Sutherland. Messaje: "Jesus Christ .Miss Jemi Chiles of OEc'ola, 1"> nnd an Ailing World." Commimi-n scheduled lo sing during the corn- Evening worship 7:30 p.m An- I"" 11 ' 0 ! 1 s T" Ce> , M! f u CW J" ^ — . .? f-" 1 - fa > -hr. m heard on lo-al broadcasting ST. STEFHI-N'S LPlbCOPAL ,.''•': CHllKOH Ma'lthc\< A Cum, pnesl-in-cbarje i^lj):00 am Church school +* .11:00 am Holy Communion iiid sermon . n- 0>em-"Craa;lng the Bar" by Barn- . teen he by. Message: "Holy Spirit." This! 5 Is the flflh in a series of sermons r\iv»nv on the Aostles' Cre U\IAA1U Among.the-Blyllieville people in several iri«nds lor ainner --^"o. *wj,v «. riiiincs, cainuoi r. Other events on the calendar for Ncrr 's, Mr, and Mr§: LeRoy Ttud- tlie guEfU' entertainment duililg "J^Wn, J. P. Friend, Mr. and Mrs. tHpVwocVanrV ; Tni>lTt/*oA +im Dt.rf^n CeCH StUlUC ' and rimiplltpv Alice - — 'Included the Blythe- vllle-Pine.Biuff football gnme and the dance which followed it last night. * * * A. A, U >y. To Hue First Meeting Of Year The .first, meeting: of.the Ainer- ican Association of University Women since adjournment for the summer, will be held Sntuidsy nt 12 30 o'clcek at the Hotel Noble Following luncheon, Miss Winnie V, Turner will be in charge, of t»e .program. Mrs Rmisworth Black, Mrs W. A. Afflick, Mrs James H Bell and Miss Ruth Butt will be hostesses for.the'aMiir. * * • .Executive. Board Mecis Mrs. Theodore Logan and Mra M. T. Burr were hostesses to 12 members of the executive board of the Woman's Missionary TJnlcn of th6 First Baptist church at a mM't- ing yesterday afternoon at the church The meeting was opened with the repeating of the vatclvnoid. Prayers were ofterert by Mrs Uojd Stickmon and Mrs. J." J. Ewmg. After the business session V.RS conducted by Mrs. H., H, Brooks, i the hostess served a dessert course ' of pi« and coffee. •' t ? ' ''' * * Fostpont Tag D«j. The tag day of the Sudbury Parent- readier association oilgiually scheduled fcr today has been postponed J because \0f Ihctenici ,\v?alher. It yUl te held Oct. 14. on the Apostles' Creed' 0:00 : H:30 a.m. Each m:rning the pastor will be in his study to see anyone who wishes to counsel with him. Monday 7-.30 p.m. Meeting 'of Bonrd cf Stewards at the church Wednesday 7:00 p.m. A covered dish dinner at the church followed by n fellowship, hour to which a!) - ....v. u, u . uuiiiiMuii. - Hicinocrs Md friends of the church Miss Nannin .Clark Smith and I wc lllvltc d. . The felioivshlp h:ur Miss Mamie Lyon, of Wlicntlcy, are wil1 bc llll(iei ' tu c direction of Miss "--'•-• ' v '"-.Emma Hood arid Mr. Graham right. Come let us gel acquainted nnd enjoy this hour together. Thursday 7:31) p.m. ciicir pnic- • Sunday 6:45 p.m. The Young people will meet In tiieir respective departments. • FIRST UHURCU Of THli parties nere inzs weeKend ay mem- ^^^ i^unnu ^uii, 01 >vncaucy, are ..I.MW ntu bers of the younger set She is the weekend guesls of Miss Smith's "'"J 1 Emma Ho °d the guest of Miss Sara Lou Me- slster - Mrs - w - *'• H;rner, nnd fam- p - w "Sht. Come Ciitchcn with whom she attended I'V. "Hicy. came up especially for the n " n(n "" i --' Camp Lake Lute at Lake Lure, N. Blythc\i|!o-Pinc Bluff football game n "nil,- rVini«.»« - . last niolit,: last night; A "(laughter wii'boni lo Mr. and . , Mrs FlojM' Fotwiren yesterday af- tern:on at tha'.BlyUieville hospital • The baby, who yelghe<l 'eight pounds -»0d T.WO ounces, haS^not ,y;?L' been n»mea. ' ,y e was jon>ieiiy Cecil Shane 1 ', nnd 'daughter. Miss Patty, Mr. and Mrs. Charles a. Morehcad, Mrs. George M. Hunt. Mrs. John Hancock and sens. James and Jack, have returned Irom Jonesbqro where they visited friends for three days. Miss Caroline Haley and Miss Lillian Shaver tmvc rcturrieil from M.bilc, Ala., where they spent two aceta with Mr. and Mrs. Broivn ^anderson. While nwny, they also visited in New Orleans, La., Pen- sacohi, Pannma City nnd oilier points along the Florida nnd Gulf coasts. •-• . . Mrs, jak(5 Huffnian . mid Miss Virginia Huffman are spending t:- day in Portasevllle, Mo., as guests of Mr and Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr. Frank; Huffman of Steete, and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huffnun were among the out of town guests who attended the Blytheville-Pinc Bluff football game here last night, Mrs. Kalph Pan-af spent ycslcr- day In Memphis. Miss Mary Krrtllie Wilson went, to Memphis today to spend Iho \\cekeud with friends. She wilt be the guest of Luctan Wcbi Carmi- Chael 0! luUa, Miss,, who is a senior at Mississippi Elate college at Stak- vllle, fcr'tlic University of Arkansas-Mississippi State footbill game mis afternoon and for tho daming party honoring the collejc sturlenls at the Hotel Pcab:dy tonljh!, '. Miss Mildred Lou Hubterd who attends the University of Mississippi at Oxford, is spsndlnj ' the weekend here with her parents Mr, and Mrs.- o. G. Hubb.ud Miss Mai'y Adah Robinson, R stvident at Soulhweslern college al Memphis, spent last night here with her rather, Dr. Finley A, Rcbinson, and family, she came up especially for the football game between Blythevllle and Pine Bluff Mr. and Mrs. K. j. Dodson and Jerry Gregory of Camdcn, Alk, . Eupha D. Beaslcy, pastor B:45 a.m. Sunday school. Noble McCulliir, Mipcrliitcndcnl. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship Sermon subject: "Tlie Tcsl of True Discipleship." GUS p.m. president. Mrs. Mildred Mnyo, Osceoln rniinru tlltlRCH Matthew A. Curry.' '(:30 p.m. ..Evening; prayer and CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SEBVICJiS 116 b proartiraj j Unreality is the subject of U*S Lesson-Sermon which will be read In all Churches of Christ, Scloii- tlst, on Sunday. October 1. 10331 .The Golden Text is ."There ''Is' tliat maketh himself rich yet hatli nothing: there Is that maketji himself poor, yet hath great ricK- es." Proverbs 13:7. 'i; Among the ellallons which comprise the Lesson-Sermon Is- the following "from the Bible: "The 7:30 p.m. Evening service. Special music. The Rev. Mrs, Beaslcy will deliver her farewell sermon I using as her subject, "Farewell 10 You'll Enjoy Our SUNDAY DINNER 50c TlUESCHiMAN'S . CAFK Across rrojn City Hall v > Mr - and Mrs. Jim Webb and family, hav!n» corns .. . "Since I slarlcd .snmlinf our clothes to (he B!A'TUKVILI,E STEAM LAUNDRY I notice llicy arc ahrays spotlcsO}- clsan. They certainly knw how (o launder." For Betler Laundry and Dry Gleauiug ids? » ., ,••--,-•- •„• '. ' ! Negro Pre-School Clinic Is Planned There .will bo a .pro-school,clinic for all negro children'who «ve entering the primary, grades tor 'the first time tills year at the Mississippi, County Health U'nll'jln. the c:urthousc Thursday at 1:30 o'clock, it was announced today. Oflidals have requested' thai all children bo brought to the clinic ^or a final check-up before school stavts as all children must be vaccinated against smallpox bc'fci-e entci'mg scliool and birth ccrtm- . oalcs - must be presented- to'" the primer teachers the first-day of i school. ••' : :.: I . The certificate's can lie' obtained at Ihc county Heath cffico. A les of 50 cents is required for a certified copy which 'must be gotten from Little Rock. - - • •'• • . EwunlmUIgns : \vlil bo made by - Dr. R. B. Schlrmef,' and dental cx- iiminatlons by Dr." D:iv 'Smith, Dental Clfniciim. : '•; -• • " LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH ' 9:45 a. in, Church schcobl. 10 45 o m Preaching service 6 30 p m Youig People 5 meet- WES 7 30 p m Flenching seivice 8 Oil p in Tuesday, Boaul of tewarda will meet 7 30 p in Wednesday, Pimer sei-vjcc. LUXORA METHODIST CHURCH R E L. Eearden, Jr Church schcool at 10 o'clock. Mrs Sue Blown, general superintendent. Morning worship al'-ll o'clccfc. At The Hospital :S The wreckage of the alrpline which washed it the Mississippi Countv Fair in full VIM of hundreds of people in the grandstand Wednesday is pictured above. The plane sil -uck „ guy J- e ^ , tunt" ,^ ^ i The occupant C ,cap e d without £ e,,o tl s injury. Fuuv officials copia fed Jecat?of t^e of tirmachinc '" ^ ""^ """ *""" G ^ m ' °' Pa ** ould and MeB1 » Ws ' ™re occitnls ; • •'•'.' . Courier News photo fear of man brlngoth a snare: hut whoso : pittleth his trust. In (he Lortl shall be safe." Proverbs 23:25. T)i« Lesson-iSermon also Includes the following passages from ihc Christian Scienco textbook, "Science and Health with fjoy to th.o Scilptures", by Mary Bakci Eddy: "Christian Science brings to light' Truth and its' supremacy, universal harmony, the entirenesx of God, good, and "tho nothingness of .evil." Page 233. 'A Christian Science program is broadcast next Wednesday, October 4, at 11:15 n. rp. over ICLON. The pastor will use us his subject "The Religion of The Good Old Days." Young People's Meeting n't six O'clock for Eupncr and social .hour followed by worship program. Evening service ' at 7:30 .o'clock. "The Circuit Preacher—A Figure In .American History." ABMOREI/ • BAI'TIST CHURCH ; Guy McGhec, pastor Sunday schcool at 9:45 o'clock. Preaching services at U o'clock and 7:30 o'clock. Dog "Smoke Eater" Gets Fireman's Honor Burial ; OHBSTER, Pa. (UP)-Socks, n Engjisli bullcfog that answered all fire alarms 111 Chester, received a. ceremonious burial by the . Moya- mensing Hook and Ladder Company. '.-••T!\e dog was. placed iii a silk- lined coffin and one of the volunteer firemen, acted as undertaker. Socks; who 'had a special harness to prevent falling frcm the iire truck, had learned to drag a length of, hose, climb ladders and cany a watei bucket •Blj'lhevlllo Hospital Dick Bowliny, Bragg- city, admitted; .clarence Moore, city, admitted. 'Mrs. Floyd Fondren, city, admitted. Miss Ada Wells, city, dismissed. . Mrs. Harry Samson, city, dismissed. Willie Friar, city, dismissed. W.-tlls Hospital •J. J. Thomas, Manila, admitted. Memphis Baptist Hospital Doris Htsmv, Osceola, admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital W. H. Reed. city, admitted. Miss Flora Mae Pierce, city, admitted. Whipping Order Doubled In Court Orders of 1936 BOSTON, (Tji'f — The .' deiie'ral Court, meeting at New towne, in 1036, apparently felt that one whipping wns insumcient . ftir an an- wi.vaioiis Boston man convicted .of knocking down and kicking his nmstcr. .... That august body ruled, that he should be whipped at New Towne and, "after a convenient time," receive a similar .punishment at, Saiem, ' according '. to research workers for the Federal Historical Records Survey of the WPA;: Everything in. the universe—the sun, moon, stars, planets, trees, rocks, and human beings—is made .of the same material. APPY CRO.& OUR MKT. FREE DELIVERY 109 \V.. Main 51. I'litnic'la Gasoline! As An Introductory Offer To Acquaint YouWithTke High Quality Of BARNSDALL PRODUCTS, NEW STEELE MISSOURI SERVICE STATION Offers You . 5 Free Gallons Of Bamsdall "74" Octane Gasoline With The Purchase Of 5 Quarts Of BARNSDALL MOTOR OIL! If purchaser does not iieed the oil at time of purchase, he will receive s. ticket for the 5 quarts of oil. The ticket, will he good at any time. This Offer Good Wed., Sept. 27th Through Sun., Oct. 1st *-*-*-*-* ALSO2-FOR-1 TIRE SALE! Bay One Banwdall Tire and Receive Another Absolutely Free 2 Gallon Can of 100?° Paraffin Base Motor Oil .Sold un Money-Buck (tiwriinlce at. 38 Gal. Also Lf. S. Speciticatioii Gasoline al lOe per Gal. Tax included. FREE DRINKS WITH ALL, PURCHASES DURING SAT. & SUN. Paul Cooper 1'hil Barber —OPERATORS ARK— "Service Al Your Service" Pa.ul Cooper L'hil Biu-bcr PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock. Guaranteed Beat Price* Kirby Drug Stores TZ| ' Everything for your entertainment and comfort. Watch Society Of Courier Newt F»i Free Show Guetb UntterMfcstern Stars with the New .Western'.Star ROY ROGERS and Smiley' I!urncUc. Alro cartoon & serial '.'Oregon Trail" witli Johnny Hack Brown. Continuous show. . ^ Admission till 5:W p.m. l()c &: 25c After 5:00 p.m, IGc s- 3k- Sunday - Monday RIC.HARP .OiX mm JOYCE' ROIA.ND YOUNG GLADYS GEORGE A 74th Cvntury-Ftx fklvr* ROXY MtUnct* Fri.-Snl.-Snn. . Admission »lwajs Ide 4 Z*c, i 4 Also ruraiiiouiil News, Fashion Forecast & Gran11,inil !:i r n Sport- ' lighi. Cuntiniiuus shnsr Sundny, Aoniis. Sun. JTal. &• ight 16c & 3Bc : Artmis. Atonilay Matinee lOc ft 2Gc Admis. nionilay Ntglil ICc ft 35c /.'i Friday -Saturday THE WILD STALLiOM A COLU/ABlA PICTURE ivith Fr«d Stone and JRo'ch'elle. Hudson : i\Iso cartocn & serial, "Hawk • ot : • .Wilderness," . ^ t'oniinupiis. slio.vv Saturday • " Sunday-Monday I Stand Accused \vith Robert Curn'mings ;t\\d Helen i\1ack.. Also 1'ox Nevii &

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