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PAGE TWO BLYTHKVILLE, (AUK.) COUJUEU NEWS COURIER NKWS ' POX^LIJ^NTARY* TICKtT '"This'Tic^ei Will* Admit W. II. Mnijaril & Comiiinlnn '' s — (o the — RITZ THEATER * — to • see — "3 Smart p iris 'Grow Up" Social Calendar Wgmuu's Missionary Union, First Baptist church? having gulden I>m- Ijr. Unce o'clpck, phurch lawn. Woman's Missionary society, Lake fjtreet Melhoflist church meeting 2 30 o'clock, at chinch \Voinau's Cguncll, First Christian church, meeting 2 3<J o'clock ftilh Mrs, T9m' Margin at DelL TUESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian Fine Ails group meeting 9 30 o'clock at I^ote! Noble Mrs J. C. Kills entertaining Tuesday Contract club Miss Ruth , Butt . having Tuesday Afternoon club Tuesday Bridge club meeting i\Uh Mrs Fred Child WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Miss' Nancy Kirslmoi and Mia Aiitta Slracke entertaining ADC club at Kirslincr home. Wednesday Contract club meeting with Mis Lov Welch, Mrs. James B Clflrk having Ton" and Country club. THURSDAYS EVENTS Mrs A G' 'Little entertaining Thursday Luncheon club .Thursday Contract club meeting \\lth ^Mrs Carrol! Blnkemoie Mis 'Nonnl Humphrey liailng Cro-Tat-Em club Double Four Bildge club meeting ytai Mrs Theodore Logan Little Theater meeting, 1 30 o'clock, municipal court 'loom of city liill 'FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive Board, Woman's Missionary Union, Fiisl Baptist church, meeting 2 30 o'clock \\lth Mis Leslie" Moore 'Mi and' Mrs C A Cunningham entertaining Tuesday Night Supper club Fine Aits Group ' Have Final Program The final uiograin of the \ciir to be ghen 'by mcmbeis of the Woman' 1 : club piescntcd terday afternoon by mcinbcis of tfie Fine Arts department at the club The Rev Jnincs A. Ovcrholser, pastor of the First Prcsbjteilnu Church, spoke lo Ihe group on the subject, "The Bible As Literature and Its Influence on Poetry and Art"' The'program was ^iindci the direction of Mrs Jam'cs Hill Musical numbers included n piano solo by Mrs r B Jojner, n \ocal solo, ' The \Jeipei Pirjer" by Mrs Don Sutherland Former Local Gift Will Wed in 'Flint 'Announcement' has been received here of the engagement of Miss Marj Loiilsc Ellis, d.iughtci of Air and Mrs J Ellis, of nml, Mich . to plcn Raj 'Fil/gerald, also cf Hint ' The cereuionj will he iieitormcd Saturday, June 3, al four o'clock at the first Baptist church in Dint The bride-elect "Is a former 'Bly- Ihevlllc girl haying resided here alout 10 years aga She \ins graduated this spring from a Michigan college 'lo I in IB P^rl) Misses'.Bonnie Barker. Sue Richardson au(l Billle Car^\a> \\ill entertain \\itli a party tonight at the Richardson home, from eight • until twelve o'clock. ' Miss Barker will receive with ' long sleeves 110 new J- and smart for hpth day- (imtf and catling,'is atftnlrably illustiatcci by these chainifng „ sinmnci dinner di.csses The ' model at lefl 15 of coiat mar- i ([Uiseltc with mleie'sling bodice trimming of black lace-. Notice the squiiri! neckline and the f; ' attering fullne^ of the sl^lrl Tl>e other iJown, right,' is of palp jjray silk crepe with ;\ snrny, of charlrens? slipper or clikls uppilqncd on each sleeve. Mr. and Mrs. Florida will entertain \vith n reception nt their home, "Granite Cove" for the bridal party, members of the families and out- Welch-Williams Rites To Be Solemnized Today OSCEOLA, Alk, Mav 27-Hefoio , „ .. tall panels of grecnm and white 1 ° llow , " f S cllll ' c " » Ford, Miss Richardson with W. H. Bohannlng mid Miss Cara- wa.y with Roy Grant. Eighteen couples have been Invited. * * * rpinjilimcnl Bnile Mrs Eddie Gaithcr, who \vas before, her marriage in March, Miss Mildred Eadcs, and who went to l.Iay'U. yesterday where' she and Mr Gaither are to rr^ide, \vrs guest of honor at a sluraer ghen by' Mrs Jessie Ridenour, Mrs R C. Blackwell, Mrs. ,1. A. McNeil and Mrs Esther Lowcry Thursday afternoon at the Ridenour home at Armorel: The Armorel hostesses had decorated the entertaining rooms «itl garden flower's which made a colorful background " for the pink and while.color scheme used. The gifts, packed In a treasure chest, were presented bj Mi<s Am Blacks ell and, her houseguest, MISS Bobbie Robinson of Lake Cil\ after several hours of entertain ment. In a yard contest Mrs James Bell received the prise, and Miss Ann Ridenour v.on the nutsl' title contest Both presented thcl, prlze.s to Ihe guest of honor. The 3D present \\cre sen eel tt ice course in uhlch the pink am «h!te motif was carried out Mrs. Gaitlicr Is the daughter o Mr and Mrs R A Cades Sr, o Armorel. (lowers col responding with the architects D ot the church Mis'; Centime Welch of Osceola and Wc<;t Memphis will become llic bride of Snm n WilRiin-, of Bly- thcvillc this afternoon, six o'clock, at the Baptist Church. .The Rev. Glenn Eric Wiley of CUenada, Miss, brothci-in-lay, of the bride, will'ask the riles of the double ring.' ceremony before n large gathering (if friends and relatives of the young couple. Banked perpendicular lo the organ pipes will bo Southern smilax, pilmA and feins to loun ,m outline foi the ullni Intending across the wainscoting will be Easier lit- les anaiiBcd ns if glowing fiom (119 bed of greenery. Ferns, palms and lilies banked at the corners and around Ihe platform'will also five the effect of growing plants. Mingling with the soft afternoon ghl will be the .'glow from pink ificrs gleaming in branched •Uhcdral candelabra urvanged In i arched effect and tied with pink •Uln bows Re ei\cu pews me (o c marked with pink satin bows nd lillles. .' • A program of nuptial music will e given by Adolph SlciilcriHah, oncert, organist of Memphis, iris elections will include "Prlere" by 3orowfki, "Evening Star" from 'annhauser by Wagner, "Nuptial larch" by Rogers, "Meditation" lorn Tlials by Massenet. "Liebc's- ramn" by Liszt, "Cimtileiic Nup- lalc" by Diibois, "Bridal Chorus" roin Lohengrin and Mendelssohn's Veddlng March. Mr. EJtculcrmau vill also accompany Mrs. Allen Cing ol West Memphis as she sings Ah. Sweet Mystery of Lifn" and Sweetest Story Ever Told". Dur- ng (lie exchange of vows Sclui- eii's "Ava Maria" will l> c played Miss Welch will be given in mar- inge by her father Ihc Rev. c E Vclch, pastor of the Baptist liitrch at West Memphis, She will fear'a Madam Emily original mod- »"". .°» nrr.,ii 8 emenl of . . '°'' es ' ba ^' bl ™ U ' , aml .««'' " l "' i w " ollll<1 "S »'B three-tiered Term Taper 10x4? Keel PROVO, Utah (UP)—A record fo ' the 1 size of college class ensign menu is claimed by Devon Ai dcrson, Brigham.Young Um\ersil student Assigned to prepire term paper covering world filstor since the year 8U, Anderson ccn denscd the report on' one sKeet o paper—40 square feet ttv area tlnv bride and giooin Hihnclicd silver candelabra will hold 'white •npcrs at either side. Miss'Virginia Florida will preside at the cake ider the bride has cut the first :>lccc, iislng a silver cake knife lhat has been In her family for more than one hundred years. Mrs. Welch, mother of the bride, will wear hyacinth bhie with a' picture, hat of pink lace ami'corsage of piiik roses.' Assisting In Ihe dining room will be Miss Ed.ii.':> Ay res; Miss Lillian B. Ay-res, Miss Ma.xine Smith, Miss Virginia Sin i Ih, Miss Agnes Ward, Miss Jane Wcatticrsby, Mrs. IL L. Shannon, Miss Virginia' Florida, Mis T 'p Flon.la and Mrs W C Mason The bride's gliest book will be kept by Mrs. Glenn Eric Wiley of Grenada, Miss., sister of the bride; Those serving will wear afternoon gowns of marquisette in rain- oow shades. Following, 'the reception', the 'I of Ivory fashioned in nt- ed princess type with svrcctheArt icckllnc. calla lily point sleeves ,nd tlie bodice appllqucd In pad- couple will leave by motor for a wedding ' trip of three weeks, spending two days in Hot Springs Before going lo Fort, Worth for a short visit vyllh the bride's sister, Mrs. Floyd Ch'nflln; nnii the Rev. Mr. Chnilin. From there llicy will drive to El 1'aso and go by plane to Carlsbad Caverns, returning to El Paso for the motor trip to Mexico City. In Monterey; Mexico, they will be the gtiest of Miss Sarah Hale, sister of'Mis. G. T. Florida, who lias spent forty years as an independent missionary, editor ann author In thai country. Upon lliclr rctiirn Ihcy will be al home al 900 Hearn Street in Bl.vthcvlllc. Out-of-town guests here for the wedding arc Mrs. William Coppage, sister ot tiic groom, and son of I tin Bena, Miss.; Ginger Williams ' of Lake- Village; Colonel James Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Mooucy, Mr. and Mrs. j. Franklin Hall. James King. Miss \ .Nell Coppage and Mrs. J. A. Woort- ,cd rose design. Her veil is of three I"- 1 ' 1 a ' 1 °'. Memphis; Mr. and Mis. ayeis of Illusion caught with n " 'oroncl of valley lilies. Her boti- Bits of Ne\ys Mostly Personals Mrs. Rudolph Mori-Is, of Joncs- >ro, will rotuiii to her lionib 't'o- j morrow after'' having" spent' the 'week here with 1191-" fallier, : plto Cummlngs. ' '• • . Jill's. Lew Brown, who Ims been 111 at her jionie for a week, is iipiy Improving. M/ss Mary Emily Wilson went. t,9 Bale'm, Mo;, last nlgh't vvligrc.. slic will visit fpr several days. ' , Mrs. Mamie Wlzliis Is'npw maJt- ,. ling her'home wllh' liqr spji, : Ha'i : iy '< | Filliflus, and faintly,' nt 300 North ( ! Ninth street'. ' : ' A BoijbiQ 'and Jackie Vlnson of i I Flint,' Mich.', are guests of'Mr. 1 and iMrs. Carl Davis for 'the'\ycckciid \vlitlc the!)' parents, Mr.' aiid'Mi's. S. Vhison visit Mrs. Dn vis' parents, Mr. and Mis. S. B. Rleliai-<t- jsp'n at Dogwood. ' '•••••• I Murray Smart Jr., who is imdcr- j going' treatment at Hie Blythevllic hospital, will be able to be removed home today or'tomorrow. Oliver McMillian, ' of Marlon, Ark,, attended lo" business here Thursday night. ,-•••• • af ' Mrs. C. A. Cunningham went, to :| Trenton, Teiin., 'today to spend several days with her mother, Mrs. J, I. Crenshaw, 'who Is now much Improved after ^ Iciigthy IIliic'ss. She went over with "Miss Winnie Virgil' Turner, supervisor of e'ic- mcnlnry schools here, who went lo her lionie in Novvbern for' 'n vaciitlon, and Mr. Ciiiniliieliam will motor over for her. Mr. aiui Mrs. ri. S, Harris arc expected lo rel,iirn home next week from' Hot'Spring's whiife they have been spending* several weeks, Mr. Harris having joined Mrs. Harris nfter she had been there for ten days; ! "' " •• ilcrschcl Mosley, who attends the University of Alabama at Tiisca- lo.osa, has arrived home lor the slimmer. Ginger Williams, daughter of Stun H. Williams, has arrived frpin Lake Village, Ark,,"Co, 'attend t'lic wedding'of liev fatjier, whose' ina,v- rlage to Miss' Carrlne Welcli : 'of Osccola 'and' West Memphis' will b'e so'lemiilze'd''ill Osccola this cvc- ing. : ' i ; Mrs. Thomas \y. Miller and daughter, Mollie, will return to- 'iiprrow to llieir home .In HiiUies- biirg', Miss., after having spent two weeks with Mrs. Miller's sisters Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson anc Mrs. Samuel P. Morris and then families. They were ' accompanied home-by Maureen Morris \ylio will spend six weeks tifcre' and who when away wilt also; be (he guest of Sophie Seal in New 'Orleans'and In Jackson, Miss., tor 'a' 'short time. ' Deleron Webslcr \.i resting verj well at the Blyllievllle hosiiitnl following an operation for' appendicitis performed yesterday. Mr.'and Mrs. Fraiih : Asli.cr, Miss Maigic Collins and Mrs. Jamie Fox' will leave lonigbt for a motor trip lo California. While nway for three weeks Ihoy will visit Los Angeles and the fair nt San Francisco, in addition to spending brief limes nt olher points ot Interest. Mrs. L. L. Ward and son, Lloyd, plan to go to Hardy soon to spend the summer at Camp Rio Vista. Mr. \Vard went several days ago. The condition of T: W. Eskridge, who lias' been quite 111, is unimproved. ill's. C, L. Smith and Mrs. Jelm LnCompt. of Memphis, arrived this morning, lo spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Larigdon. Miss nobble Robinson will return to her home in Lake City Sunday after spending sevcra,! days with her cousin, Miss Ann Blackwell, al Armorel. Misses Made Iglchart, Helen CHURCH NEWS CHUKCII Main'at 'Sixth' ' ' ' (jco. \V. ratterson, minister 0:15, a.m. Bible scJ;o9l, W. O. Oeunii, siiiicrlnlciirieiit. ' 11:00 a.m. vypjslup, communion and prcacliing. '-Tnc cimicn oi Christ" will 'be the sermon theme. ti:45 p.m. Youth Council meeting. V:45 p.m. Worship and preaching. "Confessing, Christ" will lie the sermon theme. Wednesday, 7:45 p.m. Congregational meeting at" the church. We most cordially invite the public. Strangers hi pur city especially iinitcd. We'll try lo mane you ylad you cajnc our way. FIRST liAt'TIST CHUKCII yVuInut ill glKlilli l.tev, \\(f<ti\ 'Carpence'r, yastpr SiindayV i>:30 'a.in. Sunday .school. l(y:40. a.m. Morning worsiiip. Mu- ic—Sojo: Miss Garner; sermon: ' Conservation and Con- mesl," " ' <i:30 p.m.' 'I'ralnlng Union, 7:30 |) t m. Preaching service. Music: "Ashamed of Jwus" Choir. Special music. Scrm'gti—"Heaven, Us 1'lace and People." Wednesday; All-Church Night 1:00 p.m. Departmental meetings. 7:30 p.m. Miu-weck service. U:M p.m. Choir rehearsal. FLAPPER FANNY - COP*. 1M3 BY MA HRVICC. By Sylvia LUTHEKAN t'HUKOU H. J. Klcindicnsl, iiasior Diiiiic worship, JM5 a.m. ThLs will be a baptismal service. Sermon [home: "The Work of the lioly "jlicisl." Sunday schoal 10:45 a.m: Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Sermon subject: "Great Leaders ol Yesterday." Specia.1 meeting of Sunday school teachers after the evening service. Plans for the Sunday school picnic, which will be held June 4th, Will be completed. Training class meets this week Monday'and Thursday 2:30 p.ni, You iiro cordially Invited to oiir ten Ices. "No. man can say that Jesus is the Lord, bnt by the Holy Gbcst." I Cor, 12,'3. 1 Savuotli, the Feast ol Weeks. , Sermon topic: "Religion and nurnl Jlfo," Everyone is invited to uttend. LAKE STUEET METHODIST ciiyitcii V. M. Swcil, pastor 0:45 a, in. Chiirch school. 10:'15 a. m. Preaching service by the Rev. Martin Nelson. "6:30 j>. iii.' Young People's in.cct- ingi 1:30 p. m. Youinf people will lave charge of the, 'preaching hour, 1 :3p ' p. ' in., Wednesday, prayer meeting. • . ST. STEPHEN'S. KP1SCOPAL J ' ' '• riiLi. uo.si'Ei. tjiiyitcu 1'cntccostai Ciiurt'h^ of Gml Lily and Vine 'Streets Sunday school, 9:45 a. in,-Roy Hundley," superintendent. Preaching li:CO a. in. Subject "FaitliA'' ' P. Y. P. A. U'.'IS p. in. Evangelislic""service,' 7:-15 p. in. "Wliat Is the Unpardonable Sin?" Services in charge: of the Hcv. J. L. Mnssj'raves, district superintendent, i A' city wide revival will be conducted spoil, by a, famous evangelist, whose name mid d.nte of his appearance will be announced soon. The Rev. Mr. Miisgravcs will remain in charge'of the Church, until a pastor is secured. BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street 9:30 a. in. Sunday school. Lastcr and Dorothy Nichols led Tuesday for Tupelo, Miss,, lo .spentl Icn days where they will play on a Softball (.cam. Vcrnon Iglchart of Dell, son of Mr. and Mrs. VJ. L. Iglchart, Is slowly Improving after the third operation for a brain tumor which was performed at thn Memphis Baptist liosp.il.il. He returned home two weeks ago. imt is of orchids and lilies of Ihe /alley and her only other atlorn- Stanford Barton of Sikcston, i%5o.; Mr. and 'Mrs. Floyd 'Beaton »n:l the .l(cv. and Mrs. Eric Wiley of 'Grenada, and"a number of lilylhe- . nent will be a bracelet, a gill Irom villc I'eoplc. lucliuling Mr. and lie bridegroom. Mrs. Frank Crcer. 'Enrncsl Jnmi- All of Miss Welch's attend.ints ' ton ' llcl ™ il » UarUon, Spencer Alcx- vill wear Identical models of ntnk I"'"',"'' Mr ' anri Mrs - Jolui Miles ict, over pink talfcla large braicl r ' nml Mlss Kdilh ' ril!ma " of lats with lulle veils in the same B| l' lhc « llc hade and cany old fashioner!' jounuets pf sweet peas, They will vcar ropes of pearls, gifts from the tnde, Miss Welch will be attended by •ier sister, Mrs. Andrew J. Horid.-i >s matron of honor and Ml.w 'eggy Lawslie ol Memphis as maid pf honor. Urldesmaids will be Miss Jalhertnc Harwell of Osceola. Miss Utii.se Woodalt of Memphis aiid Mis. J. 13. Strlckllng „! Memphis sml Osceola. Mr. Williams will be attended by Stanford W. BarWn of Sikcston Mo., as best man. Grou'insuicu will b? George Florida ol Osceola, H H.iehnn of Blytlicvllle. Russell E Mooney ami J. lYjiiklin Hall of Memphis. Gordon Hampton and Ben P. Butler will light the candles. Immediately after the ceremony, At Jhe Hospitals College Saves From Eager Gulpcrs KT. UONAVKNTURK, N. Y. (UP) -Students at 51. llonnventinc College will have lo buy their own scldlish if Ihey want lo do any goldfish swnlloivlng. • ' The c.iiclakers at tlic college are cue jump ahead of would-be' ad- hercnUs to llic slranjc cull wliicli has luund nnmei-ous' followers nt other colleges. They have derided not to put nny goldfish in (lie campus ponds for awiiile. The tish are removed each fall and replaced each spring. Ulyllicvillc Murray Sm^rl Jr..' city, admitted, Uclcron %ycbster, city, admitted. Mrs. Elfrcil Caldwell, city, dismissed. ' Tom Watson, city, dismissed. Walls hospital Mi-s, 5. L.' Roach, 'city, admitted. Mrs. J. T. 'Vines, Decrin» admitted. J, R. Evans, city, dismissed. K. G. Mitchell, Hayti. dismissed. Slcniphts Si." Joseph's hospital Mrs. thigh Cucfcncr, Braggadocio admitted. ' Memphis tl.^ptlst hrwpil.ii CnrfcU' 'Abbott, In England, duving 1709. coal was at the Mrs. inlltcd. cilv atl- Canada Tushes Housing OTTAWA;' Oiit.' lUW-Cs'n national housing scheme is expanding the approach of warmer weather. The latest statistics shttt- Iliaf. CauadlLnis imrrwcd $1.-I(1S,37!1 under the' fedci-al go eminent's National Housing Acl build 438 homes In April. Tim n erage loan was $3,201. Cut in IS60, a load of FIKST CHUKCII 0\' THE NAXAItENE Kniilia 1). Beaslcy, paslor 9M5 a: in. Sunday school. Noble McCullar, superintendent. 11:00 a. rii. Morning worship Sermon by the Rev. John n. Hnl- cey of Bethany, Okla: ' 5:30 p. m. N. Y. P. S. ;; 7:30 p. m. Evening service. Sermon' by' pastor. Subject, "Lost Opportunity." We" cordially invite yon lo al- lend these services. FIRST MK'HIOiMST CIIllKC'II Corner Main and Si'.vcnlii K. li. Williams, minister Church schcooi—a:-15 !\. in. S. K Qarrett, siiperintendent. , Morning worship—10:55 o'clocck Mcssagc—"The Test of "a Ma.n's !?cllEion." Services broadcast over KtCN. - ; Evening worship. Message "Heaven. Where is It and What Is'it?," This is the sixth of n ;;cries of messages from .the Wrd's Prayer. Come and bring Hie whole •The Young People will meet h their respective departments a 6:30 p. in. fellowship hours at the churcl from 5:flO lo G:3l) and fiom 8:'JO to 0:30 p. m. Wednesday 7:30 p. in.. Midweek .services and Cliurclj nlglil . Wednesday a:co p. m., The Young People's Counsel meets a (he church. Thursday 7:30 p. in.. Choir practice. SATURDAY, MAYjiT.. 1939 "CAR!) Of THANKS -' We wish to take this means ol expressing our thanks to our many 'riends fcr their kindness during he brief illness and -subsequent death of cur (tear husband and father. We give special thanks to Dr. C. M. Hara-eH'and Dr! Mahan ~nd also the Blytheville Hospital. Mrs. Charles Marrow and son Billlc. "Tlial's my grcat-gramlfallicr. Everybody sivys I'm the spiUin' image pf him." ' .-...., Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. Main & Kirst Vhon.c 111 I I I Ererj;lliinj<; for your writer laiiimchl anrl comfort. Vlfatc^ Society. Pajf Of Couner N*wi F^i Free Show Gueiti Saturday . A. Curry, piicsl-in-i'hurtc Saturday 'night, '7:30 'o'clock, olr rehearsal. Members of the cliojr arc urged to be there in order to get- attuned lo the 'tem- iioraiy organist. 'Sunday: '.The Church school meets at 10:00 a. m. The new equipment 'iof 'the nursery depari- mciil has arrived in addition lo the newly built sand table. Mornitig Prayer and sermon at 11:00. 'o'clock. ." shall be iip:n the prophets lha see 'vanity; and Hint' divine lies . . . and yc shall know that I an the Lord' God." Ezekiel 13:0 Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is Ihe following from the Bible: "And when he had called unto him his twelve disciples he gave them jcwcr against nncleun spirits, lo cast them out, and It: heal nil manner of sickness and all manner ot disease." Matthew 10:1 The Less:n-£ormon also includes (he following passages from the Christian'Science lesloojk, "Science, and Health with Key to the Scriptures", by Mary. Baker'Eddy: "The Science of Christianity is misinterpreted by a material age, for it is (lie healing influence of Spirit (not spirits) which (he material tenses cannot comprehend,—which can cnly be spiritually discerned. 1 ' Page 93 A Clivislian Science program is broadcast next Wednesday at 11:15 a.m. over KLCN. Also cartnon & serial "Buck Itog- i-rs." ConliiuiDiis show, Adinirsitm till 5:CU p.m. 10c A 2Bc Adnjission afler 5 p.m. 10c <t Sic Sunday-Monday HOSAfflfA! HERE'S BEANHA! Tim 1'IUST V CHURCH' '' '' ^ Jiinics y A, bVcrlislser, minister-. 7 9:"45 a.m. 'Sunday school.'.' '' • ll:0fl "a.m. Morning worship. Theme, "The Heart of. the 'Creed." li:30 p.nV. Young People's meeting. 7:30 p.m: Evening worship. Theme, "AnUcch, the 'Missionary' Church." '•Monday through Friday, 7:30 o'clcxjk each night, a leadership training'school. Tlie course, "How to Teach in the Church School." Wednesday, 8:30 pin.'Choir practice. ' :.-.-•' -" ' •'.,•-• T. D. Wijkins To Head Luxora School Again LUXOHA, Ark., May 215—T. D. Wilkins has been elected^ to his ninth consecutive term as ^superintendent of Luxora Consolidated schcols. .' Prior lo being elected superintendent, Wilkins served two CIIU1ICII OF L'HIilST SuiJjecIs for Sunday:'' ' Morning: "Can I Live the Christian' Life?" Evening: Howard Wilson, speaker. Bro. Ncnl begins his part of directing the SOIIET service for the meeting in Paragoulct Sunday af- U-vnocn. Fay E. Wallace Jr. ot Texas and pklahoina is lo do llic preaching.' Thursday 3 p.m. Bible class for youna pe:pl.n of all uses. CHRISTIAN SCIKN.CIJ SURVICK: '116 S. Broadway ; : • "Ancient and 'Modern : Ncrro- iimncy, Alias Mesmerism and -Hypnotism, Denounced" is the subject ). the LMson-Seimpn .which will he read in all Churches of Christ Scientist, on Sunday, May 28, 1039 'I he Golden Text is "Mine liami WIM Ji( (he old Mill Pool years as principal of the Luxbrn .schools. The enlire faculty hus been rc- elected as follows: J. T. Slack, j principal, history and government; M. Kandci'son. c:-ach and science; H. R. Whitmore, agriculture; Miss Bob Williams, English; Mrs. C. B. Thomas, French and mathematics- Mrs. Hilton Stcphcii.soii, English and mathematics; Miss nulh Biil- locli, comitiercinl; Miss Iva Crabtree, home economics. The grade schoil faculty in chides: Mrs. R. L. llouck, sixth grade; Mrs. Martha Poison, fifth grade; Mrs. R. VV. Nichols, fourth grade; iVfr's. Reuc'l \V. Btiller, third grade; Mrs. R. T. Ballcw and Miss Carrie Mae Owens, second grade; Miss Maxlnc Halstead, first grade; Mrs. Ellis Stanford, mnsi;c T. C Wingneld, band. CALVAKV OSC'LOLA C'JIUKCII Matthew A. uurry, pner,t-ln-charee Evening prayer ami sermon «t 1:30 o'clock. sound material, posts I TKMPI.I; ISKAKL Hcrm.-iii t'oll^ck, Kitlibl 1:30 p. in., Religious school classes will cc tn session. Final preparations will be. made for the closing exercises which will be held on Sunday afternoon, June 4th. 3 p.'nt., Service's tor tliu'occasion HU-Wft Laundry-Cleaners ; Phone 180 i For Prompt Laundry ant! Cleaning Scrvkq Sun., May 28 [,'o<>l lias been coni|>lctc- ly nvorliiiulcd ;in<l put in sanitary conilitinn. {jpcfijil I'arlica InviU'tl Dwight Hontlcy Jodie Ar\voO(i The four moons of the planet Uranus are named Ariel, Obcron Titaniii, and Umbriel. N MOONLIGH N EXC U ftSIO N >,;:.:;/., MO JUNE « rfMa™Fagi ELLIOT r'FLff CHER '.' a BOY CHAPTER-U.D.C. * SCOUTS Ly. Sin Souci landing 9;00 pm On «f«n l/i's*.-<, IV, M,l,, Me* Oicrnl, Tiitm ISc "ICKISIANA SWIKo'stASTEBS"' 13 Dujky Kinsuf Swing'' ' LAST .SPECIAL cf (he siiri'iyors' of the survivors of' (lie SUlbtAUliVE sicp .fcy/stci> i\\c acliial scenes'bt this disaster resbiic of (lie survivors. Also L'linuniiunt News & Shorts Cnnlimious' show Sunday {\<lmisM<m SHIK' all day IGc A ^Oc Aclmls. J^Ipmlay ISInlmcc IPc fc 2Gc . Aloniliiy Ni^lil IGc & ^Oo I * FRiOAV June 2 t.nn Gop.i) KICASONS Why you shouljl attend shoiy M^titicc'or t $ $ $ Cumins Soon: Vnu'ii';? Mr. Lincuiii Jiinrci Ho.sc nt \Vasliiiislon Square Captain Vilry K;is( ^i.rlc of Hrayen Union i'aciflo tlartly's Kidc Hijli It's a \Voiiiicrflil World Alexander "Grahaiu 'I5r.ll HOXY Admtbslon always lOc A 26c Maltnens Krf>Snl,-Sun. Last Times Today MM m WYOMING A MONOGRAM Also r.-irlmm K serial "I.qnc Rane- cr Uirtci Again." Continuous show Siliirrtay. "" '" ' Dollars Saved Are Dollars Made Anli-UiiQck (Jas 7,'i-i- Ortai\c, (Ja.l. 13.5c (All Taxes i'aul) (tcritiinc Klliyl 80 Octane, Ciil. SPKCIAL LOW PKICK—100% IHIUK UliNN- SYLVANIA MOTOR OIL—TAX 1'AU) 2 CA1,. CAN ..:....-.. D'Jc Highest Quiilily I'rodurls al SAVEQN GAS CO. 4 iMilcs From Stale Line Holland, Mo. CHESTER RAIPH ANN • BELL^Y-PVPRAH in Ihe m o it w&lrdl) ' 'cinalin0 thrill'oj *ca son , ,* COIUMHA PKTUiii -JUn Fox Kens ,fc Comedy

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