The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 2, 1934
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nmrwo OBK.T OHmo* mm SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 19341 SUJTOATS FVENTS Hit WeU Art»n havln» trotu- *t*u tn for tin daughter, Miss Florence Artah.< .' ! Miss Mildred Lane having "open . howe" 7:30 P. M., for Mix Florence Arian »nd Fill! Felnocrg. MONDAY'S EVENTS ,. Woman's Auxiliary of Pint Presbyterian church having business meeting a I church. 3:30 P. M. W. M. S. First Methodist church having business meeting at church, 2:30 P. M. TUESDAY'S EVENTS • Eastern Star chapter having 'stated meeting at hall, 7:30 P. M. Mrs. Floyd White entertaining Tuesday Contract club. WEDNESDAY'S SVKNTS Mrs. Bob Wllks having •Wednesday Bridge club. THURSDAY'S SVBNTS Miss Minnie Lee Jones having piano recital at high school audit' orium, 8 P. M. FRIDAY'S LVENT8 Miss Minnie I-ee Jones having 1 recital at high school auditorium, 8 P. M. It's Up to the Women BY MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVEL'l 1 Part Time for the Elderly It seems to me that many a woman needs help in her home for more when she Is young and newly m»rrl*d, and the comfort would be great of having a middle-aged woman, who has been through many of the difficulties which she is now facing, coming in to l»lp her, but as a rule the expense entailed In this country mates II Impossible. First of all to fl people who »re willing to la part-time work or tills kind Is dlf- ncult and the price It Is possible for a young married couple to pay '• Mary Ellen Stevens To Wed L.£_B. Young Announcement Is made today of the engagement of Miss Mary Ellen Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ccleman S. Stevens of this city, to Mr. L. C. B. Young, of Oseeola. The wedding will be solemnized June ». . The attractive bride elect, who , .is a popular member of the city's lounger set, was a graduate of the city high school In the '31 class. Mr. Young, who Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young of Osce- bla, is a graduate. of Vanderbilt . Law school, Nashville, Tenn., where he became a member of the Phi , Kappa Sigma fraternity. He is now ' associated with Mr. Frank Barham In the practice of law at Osceola. * * » Gmlld Entertaine* Mesdamcs Fred G. Reichel and George McLeod entertained the Pilgrim Guild yesterday at the school-hall. During the social hour games were played and prizes . went to Mrs. Pearl Mitchell and Mrs. W. Anderson. Angel food cake topped with whipped cream and strawberries with coffee were serv-i ed by the hostesses. Baa Theater Party Leah Hodglns, grand daughter of Dr. and Mrs. O. B. Phillips had a matinee party this after- 110011 * or '*". ° ! _ n * r 111 <I« Mends home ; spending Is very often Inadequate. . My mall Is filled with pleas from middle-aged and old women who feel themselves dependent on their children and yet would bo so grateful if they could cam something, even a small amount, to pay something for their l»ard and have, a little spending money of their own. I am sure people of this kind can be found in every community and If they would fit themselves they could be really useful for a few hours a nay, cither going in the afternoon to help get dinner or to stay on with the young children while the lather and mother go out, or coming In the morning on busy days to do some of the washing or some of the cooking. This would fill, In many communities, a real need for two different kinds of people, the young married and the elderly women Of course, I feel thit the stigma service on Its proper fooling and will at least make part-lime work something accessible to the middle-aged woman In Hie community. The price for this work should be regulated by the prevailing living cost and by the amount generally paid for the particular type of work, taking Into consideration of course, nny special responsibility assumed by the worker. As It Is not work involving very heavy strain either physical or mental as a rule the pay .should b« kept at a medium level. Both part-time and full-time do mestlc employment should be undertaken by skilled workers under regular rules and employer ant employee Should agree to abide by them. The wages for both should be paid In the some way taking Into account the age >uid skill of the worker. Many young married people spend more thought on show than Bit* of Neat Mostly Personal Osceola Society ~ Personal rc " will make the family living and the relationship with friends happier mi'l easier. This comes partly from the fact thai In the p.isl few years we have felt the stamp of success to be material possessions and therefore we did not set ourselves so imlh to living congenial lives as to accumulating os much money us possible In Henry T. Brandenburg, of Dee: Park, La,, spent yesterday ben as the guest of Miss Almeria Boyd Miss Lois Hooper went to Rec Banks, Miss., today where she wil be a brldannald in the wedding o Miss Dorothy Power, at Red Banks, to Jlmmle Bimpaon, of Memphis. She will also rtatt in New Albany and Holly . Springs, Miss., before returning hoane. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Werner, of Joneiboro, were cuests of Drs. Carl and Edna Nice Thursday evening. f. C. Beford and daughter, Alice Maude, and Mrs, Maude Noonan, mother of Mrs. Beford, ten jitter- day for Little Rock, where 'they hill make their home. Mrs, Seforrt was recently transferred to that city where she Is now field'sup- er visor of he Little, hock territory of the FERA and her family remained here until the ctoae ' of school. Miss Florence Arian has returned from Cape Oirardeau, Mo., where she spent two days going up especially for the dance on the boat "President." Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns spent a part of this week In Wilson as guests of their daughter, Mrs (David Barton, and Mr. Barton. Mrs. Barton accompanied- them home for the weekend! Mrs. W. C. Wall, formerly of Armorel and now of Collterville, Tenn.. who has been crlttcMly ill at the Memphis Methodist hospital, Is now much better. Albert Liberman of Texarkann. president of the Southwestern Gas and Electric company, was the Wife to Divorce Expert on Love Miss Emma Cox was hostess to her lour table bridge club, at her country home Thursday afternoon Mrs. 8. L. Qladish won high score club prize, Mrs. Harry Driver won high guest prize, Mrs. Ed L. Quinn cut consolation favor and Mrs. Sam B. coble was awarded low score favor. Twenty-two members of Circle "A" of the Methodist Women: Missionary Society enjoyed a clal meeting Wednesday afternoon at the country home of Mrs. Walters, north of Oseeola. Entertaining ith Mrs. Walters Mrs. John Whltworth and Mrs. J. T. Fowler. • • • The Christian Workers were entertained this week at the home] of Mrs. Geo. Raines with Mrs.; Mary Dean as co-hostess, new members, Mrs. Buchanan and Mrs. Fuel were added to the roll Mrs. J. C. Scurlock led the devotional and Miss Fan Nlchol led > the Bible lesson. Mrs. w. A. Butler talked on "How to Improve Leadership." A cake and candy sale was arranged for June 9, to be held at the City Drug Store. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. W. E. Burton. • * • Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Rogers will S|»nd Sunday in Helena with Mrs. Rogers' sister. Mrs. W. T. Ford. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bunn, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fowler, Mesdames Geo. Raines, B. R. Moore, J. B. Mitchell, Dave Young and Rose Goldberg attended the Eastei Star school of instruction in Bly- Iheville Thursday. , Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bchrens spent Friday in Jonesboro. They ux|>ect to leave next Thursday for t'NfjVS 4**cr TW TrVtS*\» T«" can only be taken from domtstle * hlch '", older civilizations is not service if it can be looked upon !so a P l to ^ the 1(leal o( the mass as a profession. The person uh- of the people, dcrtaklhg It should do her work exactly as though she were going into a factory and be on a business footing, should expect no social recognition, no particular order that we mlgrft shortly have gue5t of M r. and Mrs! James Hill the same material possessions that r yesterday some of our neighbors had. This Mlss Marg ; rel Merritt left , Kl living is something nlght Ior Chicago where she will attend Chicago Conservatory, 'ormerly Bush conservatory. She »lll nnish In music at the close of the summer term In two months. Mrs. B. R. Allen Is ill at her iiotne cm Davis avenue. England Is dotted over with small country homes where people live in comfort very congenial lire* with very little mone+-. The same can be said of France. There consideration, but simply go in and [one may find countless little vil- work her time and do what is las, countless little apartments in expected of her, looking tor no recognition other than the consideration which would be given to any worker who was doing her work well. This requires, or course, on the *?]"* to her [part of tie employer training so that she may, know how to handle Ohio, after winter here and attending school The children saw "Double Door" ~ , « and lattr had refretments. Has Patties Mrs. fc. B. Woodson was hostess to two bridge .parties this week at her home on West Ash street 0 . 11 Wednesday afternoon she en- four ta Wes ^ m Mrb M b L. Banister won a mani- rs ' Joe Trieschman, her work and plan so that she can tell some one coming In to help her, Just what there is to do and run it as she would run a business. This will put domesU* small lowns where people are content to live the kind of lives that they enjoy with the independence which I think we will some day emulate when we realtee thai, after all, life Is lived from day to day. Monfed "Society" Not Important. (Copyright, 1933, by Anna Eleanor Roosevelt; distributed by United Feature Syndicate, Inc.) powder. were 20 Mrs. for first The with shades' Miss Pearl Earner of Hayti Weds Indiana Man HAYTI, Mo.—News lias been received here of the marriage of Miss Pearl Farmer, of this city, jwho is now making her home at . yesterday]Salem, Mo., to Mr. Ira Davis, of Mrs. Rodney Ban-1 Indianapolis. Ind. Mr. Davis and 1 *•?*?? and llis 5lster ancl ner husband, Mr. wdcr, and Mrs. Frank Mills, of plate | dlanapolis by Miss Farmer rated,April 20. They were united m nowers in colorful marriage on the fourth day of "ay. The bride was attired in a baby uc dress with white accessories. They are now visiting in the ome of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Moser ' Salem. They are expected to sit with relatives and friends in Horence Arfan and Phil Fetobtrr .', Miss Mildred Lang will have • : open house" Sunday evening, be' ginning at 7 :30 o'clock, inc^. pUment to Miss. Florence Arian of ... Girardeau. No formal i'nvi- canons. Democratic Women M«t . In a meeting of the Blythevllle ..Democratic Women's club Friday • • morning, at the Hotel Noble, mem- ; bers were urged to pay theft- poll "date ' JUn * 15th> the fi " al '. • • • ; Bride-Elect Win , .Hare Transea* Tea ;;• No Invitations are being issued ,. for the trousseau tea to be given ..Sunday by Mrs. Wolf Arian for •;'«age to Phil Felnberg, of Cape , ,. her daughter, Florence, whose mar! ..Girardeau Mo., will be an inter•• .esting early, summer event. • :; t,if ri f,r (1S ,* re lnvitrt to caU dur ,.ing the afternoon. the boy Ih » \kH Te- Memphb. J. .W. Shouse took ••in his Sunday school class "ot m ...First Christian church, to Mem . phis Tuesday where the-day. they spcn ,-..'. A' picnic lunch was served „ • noon and the boys spent the da 'I}*"? 8 th * ^ awl Playing i . Overton park. .Members who wen -were: Bobbie and. Joe Billy Me Haney, BUI Uferty, Jack Me . Custtlon, Mansfield Washbum, .w. Show, Jr., James Barnes an Raymond Bradlsy. •are tt.w*. ;. The TVrrjr. Service Station en .Trained" .with . a .'dance at - th country cl*b Ittt-evtmne In compliment to the members of the Cook's. Soft- Bail team of Mem- Jbfe who wtre her; for a retain (*jae with the Terry, team. IncJud-scMn the S« guests were: Mr. and M«. Georte Knapp. Mr. • and- Krv^MdiKartti, Mr. Rats, r,>lr.-Bradk;, Mi. Mc- Demcoratic Women Plan State Meeting Women throughout the seven districts of Arkansas having Democratic Women's clubs will meet In Little Rock Friday, June 8, for a state wide meeting. Mrs. James Borden Harriman ot Washington, D. C., honorary national president of Democratic Women's clubs, will be the guest of honor. Mrs. James B. Clark of here, chairman of the northeast district, snd delegates from the local club, plan to attend. St. Louis, where they will make their home. Edward Teaford has returned from Gulfport, Miss., where lie as graduated last week from ilfport Military Academy. His arents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Tea- Hayti Society — Personal hlle. Huffman News BUI Hopkins of .Chaffee,' Mo.. who has been attending South*** Missouri Teachers College at Cape Glrardeau, has been here for a few days, visiting with his grandmother, Mrs. D. B. Hayes. Miss Ollene Brooks is In Cape Girardeau visiting relatives. Miss Louise Golden, who has fen attending Central College at Fayette, Mo., returned Friday morning for the summer vacation. Miss Pen Lile Compere, who had enrolled at Marble Hill, Mo., In the high school department of Will Mayfleld College, for summer work, returned Wednesday, due to the. fact that enough students had not enrolled to justify the continuance of the summer work. Her father, S. Compere, motored to Marble Hill after her. Mrs. E. K. Slckery and son Fied, of Lllbourn. were here Wednesday visiting with Mrs. Wolf Khburie for a short while. She was enroute to Caruthersville. Mr, and Mrs. C. P. Wells and Miss Hattie Fern Lutes, and Mrs Juanita Lewis, spent Wednesday in Memphis. Miss Claudia Marshall has en tered the high school departmeni of the Southeast Missouri Teach- streels, beg in lung Monday evening er5 College at Cape Girardeau foi "•'"• ' - " the summer session. guest of his sister, Mrs. John Vhlte, and his brother, J. L. Wilams, returned Wednesday to his Home In Spartanburg, S. C. Mrs. W. G. Hahtorn and little on, Walter Garland, of Columus, r>liss., are here'ior an extend- d visit with Mrs. Hathorn's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Moore. Mrs. Jack Newbauer, her small •on, Jerry and her aunt, Mrs. Meeting to Start Monday at Assembly of God Tent There will be an evangelistic meeting at the First Assembly of God tent, Second and Sycamore with services at 7:45 p Mrs. Charlotte Shook, evangelist, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDlard!^ j-J,". f Dexter. Mo., who spent the past I conduct the 'Cek here with Mrs. McCIarcl's, arents. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wal- cr. returned to their home Thursay. They were accompanied byi Irs. McClnrd's brothers, James nd Pete. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Oxford and i Mrs. J. w. Robinson of Canady, ng. were here Wednesday even- and I Fred White of Memphis, .Irs. Tcnnie Brackin and !mrtm Beavers were dinner guests "uesdsy of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Brackin. Mr. and Mrs. Clcve Tankerslcy and children Mrs. Fannie Huffman of Blythevillc were dinner Manila Society — Personal ,, ... . ' 1 ^ Webb Berry. of Prcntks, lss " "Burned to his- home Friday after « two weeks \1sit with ROCKVILLE. Conn. (OP)—Thi old King Stage House, a famou: tavern at which Marquis Latay ette, Daniel Webster and Henr: Clay vlKlted. now Is a poor house cursion on the steamer Presiden at Osceola Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Homer let Thursday night for Detroit. Mich where they will make their home Mrs. B. w. Cowan entertaine her Sunday school class with lawn party at her home Tlnirs day afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. H.. D. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry. | formerly ot Leachvll)e. have moVec Mrs. R. j. McKinnon entertain- to Manila. Dr. Robinson, who a ' Ihc Contracting Eight bridge j ready has a large practice her club Ithulim guesu Tuesday and Wednesday oil""""™ M la '" l Mr. and Mrs. Murvln Huffman. afternoon. Mrs. j has opened his new office In th building next to Stuart's drug will cnter- Mr. - Is employed on the road grader here. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blanks of Grubbs were the houseguests last week'of Mrs. Blanks parents, Mr. »nd Mrs. Harvey Adkifson. Mr and Mrs. Hulon Holmes and Misses Marie and WlUle B. Ray Mr. have announced the birth-of store. Mrs. Claude King has returr.e a 6! to her home at Little Rock alt* 1-2 pound daughter,'bom Sunday.! a two weeks visit with Miss Geor May 28. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Coats, Mr. and Mrs. Rhulln Ashabranner, viiEs Dorothy Bley, and Grover Snider attended the dance, ex- motored to points Wednesday. In Arkansas Read courier News Want Ads. Namara, Mr. Holland. Mr. Newby, Mr. RIOce. Mr. Fisher and Mr. Martin, all .of Memprfs, ,M«. Gene Still of Plymouth, N. c., with h«r sister, Miss Mary Ellen Sttv- ens, Miss Graclle Moore and Mrs. John Sawyer, Jr, ol Carutliers- vllle. Mo. Music was furnished by Johnnie CXBrisn and his seven piece oy- cbeetra.. gin Lee Stuart, Mrs. Roy Price and two .„. dren. Bobby and Gene, ol Lilt Rock, arc the guests ol • Mr. an Mrs. M. L. Downing. 5% Money For Crops We sre in position to make loans to those fatrn- ers Vho peed funds to finish their crops, on the security of crop thd livestock at five per cent interest. If you need money before your rent check arrives, see us,-we can'help you. Live Stock Finance Corporation IBlytheville. Ark. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH '' SUart H Salaraa, FasUr Sunday school, 9:15 A. M. There will be no church services because of the absence the Rev. Stuart H. Salmon. of He Is a liar, and the father of It,"' —Jesus never intimated that God made a devil, but he did say, "Ye are of your father, the devil," All these sayings were to show that mind In matter Is the author of tself, and Is slmply^a falsity and illusion" (page 554). A Christian Science radiocast is Siren each Wednesday at 10:30 a. m. over KLCN. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH E. K. Latiiaer, Mlutter Church school, 8:45 a. m. Church, 11 a. m. Vesper services, 6 p. m. All are cordially invited.. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH H. J. KkeiadieBft, Pastor Sunday school, 9 a. m. Divine Worship, 10 a. m. Sermon theme: "The Spiritually Minded. 1 The day and Sunday school picnic will be held immediately after the morning service at the Grider Memorial Park. Transportation will be furnished from the church. All arrangements are in charge of the Pilgrim Guild. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH W. V. Womatk, Pastor The pastor and members invite strangers and visitors to worship with lis In our services Sunday. Vermont Girls Plunkag Cooperative Housing Test BURLINGTON, Vt. (UP)—Cooperative housing Is to be introduced at University of Vermont. The Rand House will be Uo^il next year by 24 girl students who find it necessary to limit living expenses. Efch girl in the house will have a definite piece of work to do. the division of la'ior being determined by mch factorf as college schedules and experience. Trre University administration eMiivates that each co-ed will te akle to live for 52 to S2.M per week, including gas, ice and other accessories. Sued for Rabbit's Death owned 4 Frel Robinson. Now Robinson is trying Evening Worship, 8:00 p. m. Subject, "The Heavenly Ladder." FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Alvin Holley, Superintendent. Sermon, 11 a. m. The Rev. Alfred Carpenter. B. Y. P. U.. 6:M p. m. Miss L. B. Wllhelm, Director. Sermon, 7:45 p. m. The Rev. Alfred Carpenter. Teacliers' Meeting Wednesday, 7:15 p. m. Devotional and Business Meeting of the church, 7:45 p. m. loose unlicensed and unmuzzled. LAKE ST. M. E. CHURCH W .J. LeRoy, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Church, 10:45 a. m. Subject: rd, attended the graduation ex- Bertrand Ru«ell (bottom), Brtt- "The Invincible Optimist. 1 Rev. E. L. Cole, "pastor of the I J!h wrlter famed as an expert ol ions and marriage, IB having his lll 1981. .tended an executive committee : eeting of the Womans Mission nlon. Mr. and 'Mrs. Gigger Smith of tuttgart were visitors In the J. Williams home this week. Blackwood and D. married Luxora Bride-Elect Honored at Parties - , Blackwood jr., of Little Rock! era i affairs LUXOR A, Ark.-Among the severe guests of relatives here this Leagues, 6:45 p. m. and 7:15 p. m. Subject: "The End of the Trail.'. You will be welcome and you will be glad if you attend our services. NON-SKID SPOT PAD TRUSSES The Perfect Rupture Holdersl SEE OUR FITTER NOW Consultation and Advice Free. We h»VB a special type for your rupture! Robinson Drug Co., Inc. Rail rod ft Mala St. eek. LeeEfi Williams, who has been given for Miss Elizabeth Sllman, attractive bride- elect, was a bridge party Thursday evening by Mrs. R. C. Langston and a bridge shower Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. F. M. Bonds. Twenty-four guests were entertained by Mrs. Langston on the lawn of her home. A pink and white color motif was used in the baskets of garden flowers and In the ice course served. Mrs. T. D. Wilkins won first prize, Mrs. James Driver of Osceola won second high, Vjrman. who have been guests for' Miss Carrie Mae Hires received ne past several weeks of Mrs.! third high and Miss Sliman was lewcombs's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Iflckol, relumed to their homes In ndlanapolls this week. They were ccompanted by Miss Rose Ruven- tein, who will stop in Stubenville, 3hio, for a visit with her brother.! A pink and yellow col Mrs. L. K. Harwarg visited in i was emphasized in the gladioli Memphis this week~ with lier sis- er, Mrs. Earn Newman. presented a gift. At Mrs. Bonds' party the 12 guests included Miss Lillian Patterson, of Osceola, and Miss Dollic Goswick, of New Madrid, Mo. CHURCH OF CHRIST AT THE COURT HOUSE J. A. Taylor, Minister Bible classes for old and young, i 10 a. m. I Church, 11 a. m. Subject: "Ac-! ceptable Prayer." John 9:31. | Church. 7:45 p. m. Subject: "When the Son of Man Cometh! Shall he Find Faith on the Earth?" Luke 18:8 A welcome to all. • • CHURCH OF HE NAZASENE Eton* D. Beasfer, .Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. E. L. vans, supt. Children's Day programme, 11 a. i. N. Y. P. S., 6:45 p. m. Evening service. 7:45 p. m. Sernon Subject: "God's Blessing and His Curse." Little Miss Jackie Silverficlrt, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sllverflcld, has returned which decorated (lie entertaining rooms and in the ice course served with cakes, iced in (hese two shades, served on yellow doilies. Miss Anna Margaret Wood won roin a Memphis Hospital where'the prize, n laundry case, and Mrs he underwent a successful tonsil! Edward Segraves, formerly Miss iperatlon. Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Masscy are returning tomorrow from Chicago, Margaret Cross of Blythevllle, was presented silver. The gifts were presented the guest of honor in CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY "ANCIENT AND MODERN NE- ROMANCY. ALIAS MESMERISM AND HYPNOTISM DENOUNCED" is the subject of -the Lesson- Sermon to be read In the Christian Science service Sunday morning' at 1 o'clock. The Golden Text is, "Oh let the wickedness of the wicked come to an end; but establish the just; for he righteous trieth the hearts and where they spent a week at the' a basket covered with a bed of World's Fair. pink roses with the handles tied Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Spiese and' irl P'nk and yellow. Miss Nora heir small daughter. Carolyn j wvs « assisted the hostess in ser lose, have gone to Indiana for'a '"£• wo. weeks visit with Mrs. Spiesc'sl —sister and her mother. i CRATER 1AKE. Ore. (UP) — J. B. Bunn is in Marshall. Ark., Roads and trails In Crater Late :oday attending (he Old Masons' National I'jrk are hring impiovcd this year by members of two CCC camps stationed inside the park boundaries. Reunion, where he is scheduled to speak on "Why I Am a Mason." W. R. Dyess of Little Rock, state emergency relief director, arrived!" Friday for » stay of several days mother. Mrs. Adn Butler. Illmrs- whilc engaged in launching the day night new rehabilitation colony near John Blnford White, who hss Marie Accompanied by his young been attending school in Little son. Bill Jr., they are guests of Rock. Is expected home Sunday. M „ «• BC " P - Butler - i Brllcc Ivv aild "Is small son Mr. and Mrs. Guy Butler of I/;-. Bruce Jr., spent Friday In Mem panto were guests of Mr. Butler's' phis. TREMENDOUS PRICE REDUCTIONS effective on all model cars and trucks — savings up' to $50 SHOUSE-LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Phone 633 reins" (Psalm 7:9). Among the citations from the Bilsle Is the following, "And Jesus answered and said unto him, Get hee behind be, Satan; for it is written, Thou shall worship the Lord thy God. and him only shall hou serve" (Luke 4:lB). The Lesson-Sermon will also include passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to trie Scriptures." by Mary Baker Eddy, one of which reads, "Jesus defined the opposite of God 'and His creation! better than we can, when he said Special Vacation Accident Policy Principal sum ?5,000 Medical and hospital attention up to ? 1,000 COSTS ONLy.$5 Phone 797 for full details Caudill's Agency Factory Antborlied FRIGIDA1RE SERVICE Genuine Frigidaire Parts Factory Trained Mechanics Reasonable Charges Day E7 -Phone- Night 414 Everett B; Gee Sales Co. 407 Main St, BljtheTllte UGS And Carefully Compounded Prescriptions are Our Specialties. --Ask Your Doctor. Fowler Drug Co. R. N'. Hill - J. M. Fowkr Registered Pharmacists . IT'S SPECTACULAR! NOTHING LIKE IT EVER BEFORE IN BLYTHEVILLE! GRAND HOLLYWOOD PREMIERE RITZ THEATRE Tuesday - Wednesday Nights, June 5 - 6 STARS Will arrive in front, of the theatre at 7:3fl in new cars from W. T. Bamett Auto Sales Co. STARS Will say hello to their public over large loud speaker system. STARS Will parade on stage at 9:00. doing songs, dances and dialogues, when winners will be selected. Winners' photos will be taken by Belt's studio and sent to Hollywood. Hair Dressing and Cosmetics by Nell's Beauty Shop. NEVER BEFORE HAS BLYTHEVILLE WITNESSED AN HONEST-TO-GOODNESS HOLLYWOOD PREMIERE WITH ALL ITS STARS, GLAMOUR AND EXTRAVAGANZA! COME EARLY, SEE IT ALL

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