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PAGE TWO BIATUEVILI.E, (ARJC-)' COURIER NEWS; . COURIER NEJYS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET J '"This ¥fcWt Wil} Atoit A. G.-'SWbley>«. Companion Bl>the\lllc -to t,he- RlTZ THEATER . • '—to w* 1 "It's a Wonderful World" Sqcial Calendar MONDAY'S EVEN1S Mission study group, Woman} council. First Chrjsl.iin church meeting 2 ?0 o'clock wlm Mrs FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Council, First Chrjsl.nn church meeting 2 ?0 o'c'^k wllli Mrs John c. McHancy Woman s Missionary Union, Fust Baptjst church, meeting 2 30 o'clock at chur?!!. Woman's Missionary society, First Methodist cliurcl^ mceling 2 30 o'clock at church Woman's Auxiliary, SI Stephens Episcopal church, mceling' 2 30 o'clock f Hh Mrs A G Little Executive" board, Woman's Auxiliary i First Presbyterian church, meeting 2 30 o'clock at church lUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs V. "Q 'Holland entertaining Tuesday Contract club Tue'sday Aftemoon club mceling with Mrs Meyer Grater. Mrs Dixie Orav-loid ha\ing Youne Matron's Bridge club WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs Charles L Wjne enlcitaln ing Wednesday Conlracl club Town and Country club 1 meeting with Mrs Hugh Harbert ' THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs Prank. McGregor prcsenlm piano students In recllal, hlph schoo auditorium, eight o'clock Cro-Tat-Em club mEeling wllli Mrs**D-n Sutherland Mrs Bjron Morse having Thur day Luncheon club Ihursday Contracl club ineelmg v,itn Mrs Edgar Borum Mrs C. W Garrlgan entertaining Thursday Alternoon club . Double Pour Bridge club meeting wilh Mrs Hajmond Smith FRIDAYS EVKNTS Mrs Ramsey Duncan presenting piano students in recital, First Methodist church, eight o'clock Mississippi founlj Girl Wins"Honor at~TJm\crs)tj Another Mississippi Counly girl was recenlly honored at the Um- imltjoIArU^rtFWine COFS. l«» 11 «» SIBVlCf. INC. 1. u. *CO II. 5. f At, Of I CHILDREN* BEACHWEAR Bits of News Mostly Personals CHURCH NEWS Flowers Bloom Oil Prints . ____ Mrs. Millon II. Allcnljcrg iind ;C~~ ' daughters, Ann ami Kay, of Merii- U phis, came yesterday lo spend aev- ~ eral days with Mr. and Mrs. Sam*~ ucl P. Morris and Mrs. Allenbcrg's *" father, B. II. Levy, and son, Ben Uvy. ' . ' Mrs. Russell Phillips and daughter, Betty, 'and son, ittissc'll Jr. will go to Nashville, Tcnn., Monday to spend the week with Mrs, Phillips' sister", MVs. Patty "; K nigh t They are going 'especially for lh,e graduation of 'Miss Alice Wylic TJtz Mi's. Marshall Blackard,' ^Ir$ LaGrone Whittle arid Miss Mary L\jtcJs left here yesterday for Pen ! Bjicpl'a, F|a..,' wherp (hey wl!l..'fjj)cn 1 the weekend. They w ?re joined, J: Mempllis 'by Miss Louise ;Lpf?ei \vho h'ad been visiting relatives i Shrev'epfirl. "Slje acco'rrjpanlcd thei ' •"•' PILGRIM LUTHERAN .CHURCH II.'J. Klelnillensl, [Kislor Divine worship with Communion 0:30 a. m. Observing Trinity Sunday, the pastor will speak on the tp|)lc: "Our Salvation, the Work of tile Triune God." Sunday school to be held In con- ncellon with our annual picnic at Walker Park. Sunday school les.son: "God's Creation of the World" l:4li n. m. Children will leave the lurch Immediately after the loi'nihg service. We preach a changeless Christ or a changing world. You are In- itccl to hear this message In our ervices. on 'the trip 'Mis', Tom'' Plilllip? Regenold and tfr • "••"•" tod'a ,.,.,„ ......~, r CHURCH I 1 . 11. icrnifah, pastor 0:45 a. m. Siin'day school. 11:00 a. m. Preaching service. Subject, "God's Penalty." 4iOO lo 4:30 p. in. Radio broadcast. 1:00 p. in., B. T. U., Jack Hunt, director. 1:45 p. in. Preaching service. "But/Fan, why do I liafla be older to have Ljip strapless, skirtlcss, middle-less, backless, sliamcless kiiul?" Slie ' Mlss or ie , Jc'iner, who v,as selected one of the five most beautiful girls at the Universits where she Is a student — * • * Has Birthdaj Parl> Martha l^lchols, daughter of Mr . and ' Mrs" Ralph Nichols enter lainect'20 of her friends with a party Thursday on the occasion o her fifth birthday Included in the guebti |)reicn were Sandra ' Farns, of Jom">boro apd Ann Stlcklpr, of Poplar Bluff Ice cream and cake were senc after the guest? hntl played game Ballocns were gucn as fa\ors Executue Board Meets ' "Youth" \>as the subject o! II devolionBl presented at the mec ing of 21 members pt the cxccuth board of the Womans Missi na Union of the First Baptist churc jeslerday atlernoon at Ihe lion ot Mrs H H Brooks The meeting wns opened wilh I repealing of Ihe ijsatchAvord f Hie scar folio*ing which pia> v,as offered by Mrs Llojd Slick mon Mrs Ted Km? and Mr 1 ; noli ert Qrimes ga\e Ihe dev tionals Mrs The-dore Logan led in prayer Mrs H H Brooks presided o\ci the business session at which time the district W M U ineelmg Ic be held m ParaEOiilrt June H discussed Mrs Allred Carpentei dismissed the meeting with prayer During the social hour, a dessert u urse of angel fo-d cake and ice Suppar club .were entertained last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. 'Dinner was served nt the dining table which hud a centerpiece of laikspur, baby lircnth. and gladl- ili. while other garden flowers i\ere arranged about the rooms. | In the games which followed; jinner, Mrs. Harry W. Hatnes was ilgh scorer among the women, and 3ecll Shane, high among the men. 01 ub 28 CJivr.s Uniting I'ariy Mr. and Mrs. Pat O'Bryant, Dr. d Mrs. L. L. Hubencr and Mr. d Mrs. P. B. Joyner entertained embers of Olub 2|i and guests at dancing party Thursday night al lie American Legion Hut. Besides Hie members, guests ere: Mr. nnd Mrs. Bernard'Allen, r. and Mrs. Shclbourne Brewer, Ir. and Mrs. W. J. Winiderlich. r. and Mrs. George M. Hunt, and Ir. aiid Mrs.,.G. F. Sleuart, of eiawik,, Alaska, < hpusegucsts of fr. and Mrs.' L. E. Old and other riemls. A midnight, supper was servec Double Wedding Is SQ!cmpi'' r -ed lasl Night wcddin lit 1 UHl i iiiiui'3 rut oij^iiuMi^ *r",r In "Wilson' vi;lth their "sister, Mr Ralph ndblnso'n, and family, and Ihelr ' niptiicr,''Mrs.' O.' E. Moore. 'Mr. and Mrs. Glen W. Hat? and soil,' Richard, of St. Louis, W spending" several days with the liev "arid Mrs. H. J. Kleindienst. Mrs. kleindlensl and children plan to return 'with them the Ir""' part of the week. The Rev. ,,,, Kleindienst wiM"join them in S\ Louis later pi "which time he wil attend the convention of the Western District' of Ihc Lutherai church. ' Nancy Claire .Hill, who under went a loiisilecfbmy at the Ely theville hospital Wednesday morii Ark., June 3.-A|iiig. is also quite HI of in alarja was solemnized I Mrs. T'YnritHn Atvinson will re ISRAEL llcrmaii Pollack, Kabbl 2 p. in.', Members of the religious school will rehearse the program for closing exercises. 3 p. m., Concluding services of Ihc season. Closing exercises will be conducted by the entire religious liool. Prizes wl'U be awarded to ic students. Sermon topic: "Religions Ediica- on aiid Modern Adjustment." A cordial Invitation is extended o everyone. ', wnen ™ss mm^ui turn today frpm Dallas, Tex., whm becaine the bride of she has been visiting relatives fo Bovd' Miss Sara Jo Little,. Miss Mai ' gnret Shaver and Oscar Pcndle went to Oxford, Miss,, this aftei noon to attend the baccalaureat exercises at the University of Mis sippi tomorrow. They will be tl guests of RJIss Mary Spain Usre a "member of the giaduatmg claa They will return Sundaj Miss 'Virginia Durham will lea omorrpw for a two weeks' ^Isit vilh Iriends In Shclbj Miss, and Birmingham, Ala Mrs. J. L. Van Hooser, of Smilh- villc, Tcnn., has returned home after having visited her parents Mr nnd'Mrs. J E Neal for three weeks. Her sister, Miss bldona Ncal, accompanied her home for a visit The Rev. Darrell Edwards, of Marked Tree, performed the ceremony at the Methodist church nt eight o'clock before a large gathering of relatives and friends. The church was decorated with cd and white roses, arranged In loor vases and mckgroimd for ..._ ... draped altar. On the altar were urns to form a the while sntln- CIIURCH OF CIIKIST Denton Mi Neal, minister Lord's Day services: 10:00 a. m. BiWc study. 11:00 a. • m. Morning worship. •Jorman Vaughn, of Paragould W'i'l peak in the absence of the min- ster who Is directing the song ser- ice In- a series of meetings at Paragould for .which Foy E. Wai- ace Jr., of Oklahoma City, Okla.. s doing the preaching. 11:45 a.'in. Communion. 8:00 p. in. Preaching. Sermon by Mr. Vaughn. ''Wednesday services: 8:00 p. m. Song service and study. SATURDAY, JUNE; 3, 1939 jl I prise Ihc Lesson-Sermon Is Ihe fol- | the County Court House, until the Court renders its verdict. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Roy . , Handlcy, superintendent. ' Preaching, 11:00 a.m. Sermon by Ihe Rev.' J. L! Musgraves. P. Y. P. A., G-.45 p.m. Evangellsllc services, 1:15 p.m., Sermon by Ihc Rev. Mr. Mus•Ihe Rev. Mr. Musgraves, district .superintendent, is in charge. Attorney Cooper will have an Important announcement, to make at, 7:30 p.m. The public is invited lo attend. Milton Graham To'Head Baptist Vacation School Milton Graham, who recenlly received his A. B. degree from Ona- chila Baptist college, Arkadelplun, will head the fi'fth 'annual Vacation Bible school at Hie First Baptist 'church, the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor, announced Icday. Registratipn for Ihc school will be held In the' Sunday school departments Sunday morning, June 4, and will be continued through Monday for 1 those who are not members of the Sunday school who wish to alteiid the Vacation Bible school. 1 All boys and girls between the ages of'4 and 'l6 hot attending the Bible schools of the other churches in town arc invited to enroll, II was announced today. There will be a special' class in Bible study for ' adults taught by Mrs. Otis Shepherd. The Beginner's Department, ages foiir and five, will be conducted by Mrs. Charles Baggetl; Primary peparlmenl, ages six, seven and eight,' Mrs. Jake Huffman; Junior Department No. I, ages nine and ten. Miss 'Ruby Brown; Junior Department No. U, ages 11 and 12, Mrs. M. T. Burr; Intermediate Department, ages 13, 14, 15, 16, Miss Luna B. Wilhelm. These department leaders will be assisted by a faculty of 62 helpers. A 'call to worship will be given each morning at 8:30 o'clock and classes will .continue, until 11:00 I o'c'ock each day except Saturday »ttv.».-— • land Sunday. The Beginners' and Smartest of the new summer prints are these two cool-looking dresses . Primary departments will have scp- in fine rayon sheer wilh gay multicolor floral designs on light back- aratc worship pcrio< grounds The slim lines of the shirtwaistcr at left, with bright, small Daily broadcast over KLCN, Monday and Saturday from 12:15 o'clcck to 12.30 o'clock and Sunday from 2:30 to 3:15 o'clock. Mr. Vmghn 'Will be in charge of Ihc Sunday afternoon broadcast. arous figures on a while background, are accented by full-length pleats, outlined in brilliant, red binding. The orchid, white and purple pnnv, ri-hl, with matching jacket, is trmmed with purple buttons, has a be' ' coming squarish neck and front pleats. bullet s|y!e after aiiccd for three lowers decorated had he ibout the rooms. Expect Large Attendance Al Methodist School arge white Cathedral tapers which afforded the only light used during the exchanging of Ihe vows. The two brides wore -identical dresses of while lace arid mar- rmlseUc'' wilh waist-length veils and curried bouquets of valley lilies. Miss Stnudcnmaycr also carried a prayer book. Dr. Charles P. Harris gave Mis; enmaycr In marriage and Di Reeves, of Monetle, gave hi Attendants for the two brides wore frocks in pastel shades. Mrs. John Bcarden, matron of honor for Miss Slaiiilcnmaycr, nnd Mrs. ness Ilowell of Jonesboro' matron 'n^iT'ai.iZ SuTudem^yc'r in marriage and Dr Ihc center of Mr. and Mrs family went to Ncill Reed and Heber Springs A large enrollment is expected or the Daily Vacation Bible school' if the First Methodist cluircli viiich opens' Mqnclny morning and lonllnucs tbrough two weeks, ihc tev. E. B. Williams, pastor of the :hurch, said today. Classes for beginners; primary, unlor and intermediate boys nnd jrls will begin at 8:45 o'clock each ncrning except Saturday and Sun- lay, and continue until 11 o'clock. of honor for Miss Hodge, powder blue lace trimmed wore with peach velvet streamers which hung to the hem of their dresses. They carried boiuuiels of lallsinan roses. Bridesmaids were Bearden, Mlra Nell Miss Rose Jean Pace, Thursday i to he \\ith Mi Reeds mother, Mrs. George \V Reed, who Is seriously' ill at her home ther and' his father, Judgp Reed Eniinelt Colvin who attends th University of SI Louis at St Louis, has arrived hpme lo spent Ills summer vacation here with hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. . Warre Jackson. Mr and Mrs. pus 'Thornton in son. Charles, will fpend the week end in Memphis Dick Tipton, who attends Umo University at Jackson, Tcnii., can FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUIICH Mil in at Sixth Oco. \V. Patterson, minister 9:15 a.m., Bible school, W. O. curhi, superintendent. 11:00 a.m., worsiiin, communion nd preaching. "Trie"'' Church at erusalern" will be the sermon heme. This will be the second al s_enes of sermons on "The New Testament Church." 6 45 p m., Voiith Council mcel- ng 1 45 ng Iss Edna Lcc and Miss Oma oclges, who \yore identical dresses f net with Miss Bcarcten and home last from' 'school. 1 n UpCn At Baptist Chape 1 The Rev. p. 11. Jernigan. pastoi •f the Second Baptist church, wil ''Pei 1 nu evangelistic meeting Mon- "sirawbcrrics I :l»y night at 7:45 o'clock al Ihc Baptist.' Chapel en Lilly street, i I'as announced today. A. B. Jordan will direct the sing o rruiem ,- ros ™,.,. , l»g &<- «'f ^n-ices nnd Miss Cap! Mrs F P Jacobs of CJrider will tola Jernigan will be pianist. --' ' Everybody is inviled lo alien cream lopped wilh was sened * • Mrs F. P Jacobs To Present Program Mrs.' F. P. Jacobs .. _ . present Ihe program al Ihf meet . „,_.,......., ._ ..-...._. ing of the Woman's AuMliary of 'hese mghlly services, Ihe the St Stephen's Episcopal church Mr. Jernigan said today. lo be held Monday at 2 30 o'clock 1 at the home, ot Mrs. A. O. LUll? Ihe subject of'Mrs Jacobs' dr- cussion will be ' Introducton to Cmislion Philosophy" Friends of the Auxiliary haU been Invited to attend Inis mee,- ing Lniertaiiis Club. Mrs J E Patterson enlcrlamed members of Ihe Thursday Bildge club with a party at her home Thursday atleraoon when all members attended ' Ihe entertaining rooms were decorated Vrlh larkspur ragged '_.. !.* _ * i n i n ^mi4 TViiiicc tinrP. lie Al.Jhe Hospitals Bjythevme Hosrllal ..... leave this afternoon for Sa Antonio to Join his parents. D and Mrs. Paul L. Tipton, who a vacationing there, and his broihc States Aeronautical School Mrs. Arvle Pears:n, city, admitled. Nancy Claire Hill, city, dismissed. Reginald Lang'ley, city, dismissed. Rayiielle Gurlcy, city, disinlsscd. Mrs. Maudie Hall, city, dismissed. Miss Hodges In cornflower blue ji m mie Tiplon, nd Mis-s Pace and Miss Lee in a ted rcccnlly from each. Mixed garden flowers forin- :d their corsages. Bill Howcll, of Moncllc, was best lan for Mr. Eldredge and Asa \rringlon for Mr. Hodges. Ushers vere Hay and B. W. BJshofl. The ring bearers were Barbara Ann Shaiicytelt and Mary' Lee Murphy, of Monelte, who wore while net frocks and carried Ihe rings on satin pillows. A program of nuptial music was rendered by Mrs. Slanlcy Hancock, pianist, Miss Wllran Jean Moore, soloist, and Miss Ruby Couch, soloist. "Tlic Swcclcst Stoi-y Ever Told" and "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life" was sung. The Bridal Chorus from "Lohengrin" by Wagner hcr- ulded the wedding party, strains of "Tiaumarie" accompanied the exchanging of the vows and during the assembling of the guests, "flower Song" and "Dream Sere- was the gra;l Unit 7-30 pm Preaching service. An- lowing from Ihe Bible: ' H:^™™" 6 -^^^-" Wednesday—All church night 1:00 pm Departmental, meeting. 7:30 p.m. Mid-week service. .8:30 p.m. 'Choir rehearsal. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL ciiimcH Matthew A. Curry, pricst-in-chiirEC Sunday school meets at 10:00 pleasure they are and were b ^ .... the juniors and Intermediates will have a joint worship service in the main auditorium of the church. Salutes to the American nag, the Christian flag and the Bible, history con- neclcrt with some of the greal gospel hymns, and a character story will compose the opening worship periods. The character stories, Bible lessons, notebook work and recreation will''combine to form a background for the study and presentation of he church. Wp • most near there. Miss Coyc Pierce, of Dyess, is pending the weekend here with Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Huhener Bob Chiles, who has been ill for two weeks, is slightly improved .pday. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham has rc- lurncd from Trenton, Term., where she vkilcd her mother, Mrs. J, [ crcnshaw. Mr. Cunningham motored 'over lor her Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert K. Taylor and Mrs. H. R. Brandon, wl\p have been residing at 803 West As'.i street, have moved to their new nine on llearn street which they ccenlly purchased. „ , worship and preach- "Ihc Power of the Unseen" i'°\\ be the sermon theme. .Wednesday, 1:45 p.m., singing r.t , „. cordially invite the public. Strangers in our city especially invited. We'll try to mike yoii glad yon came our way. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James A. Ovciliolscr, minister •Sunday school, 0:45 a.m. Morning worship 11 a.m. Sermon theme, "Beside the Slill Waters.' ..The evening service will be n special program by the young people • the hoiir 1:30 p.m. Midweek ' service Wednesday, 1:3j) p.m. 'Choir practice Wednesday, 8.is p.m. ing. in the church school build- The Lesson-Semi on also Includes ligious dramatics. The dramatization cf Bible stories has become Mrs. Franklin Yumg mltted. city, ad- robins and gladioli Tallies were m ut € d. miniature figures of children "A"sandwich plate v,ith an iced drink 'was served at the conclusion of the games High score prize went to Mrs Dwight Bowen whllp the prize for bidding and making the most little slams went to Mrs Charles Alford f * » • Has Wiener Roast. 'iWnty friends of Robert Louis Craftxm »ere entertained at a •alene'r roast Thursday morning at the home bl his parents, Ml and Mrs W L Cratton. The parly .was in honor of Robert's stventn birthday. Winners were roasted in the yard and served with lemonade, birthday cake and ice cre'ani Balloons were given as favors During the morning the'gukta played games -- -•; V( * * ' '- EattrUln Supper Club. s Memtera'of ttie -Tuesday Night Mrs. Nell ucbbs. Stcelc. admitted Walls Hospital Mrs. Clell Waldfop, Holland, dls- nlsscd. Mrs. C. C. Fisher, Pascola, ad- nade" were played. Immediately alter the wedding he two couples went to Memphis for several days. Mr. and Mrs Hodges will live In Leachvllle nnd Mr. and Mrs. Eldridgc wil ;ivc at Bells. Tcnn. Mrs. Hodge is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Slaudenmayer, and Mrs Eldridge Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. D. Hodges Sr. FULL GOSPEL TAB.ERNACLE Corner of Lilly anil Vine slrccls K. W. Cro7ier, pasjnr We again Invlle the public to attend the services of nil day Sim day. Sunday school al 9:45 a.m. :in der 'the direction of Curtis Me Cain. "A cln.ss for all ages." •Morning services al 11:00 o'clock p. Y. P. A. under Ihc direclio 0 [ Melvln Wicker al 0:45 Evening cvangclislic services a T45 o'clcck. The Rev. Mr. Crozie 'fa 1 , Holy" Communion and sermon ;it 11:00 a.m. Members of Ihc Woman's Auxiliary" of Calvary Episcopal church Osceola, have planned a picnic slipper (or the Episcopalians » Blylhevilie anci Osceola Tucschii al the home of. Mr. and Mrs. Free p. Jacobs at seven o'clock. Come and get acquainted. FIRST CHURCH OF THli NAZAKENE m D. Bcaslcy, paslor :4 a.m. Sunday school. Nobl Cullar, siiperintcndcnt. 1:00 a.m. M.orning worship. Sei li by Dr. Lewis t. Corlctt. Dea Theology, Bethany Penicl Co e, Oklahoma City. Dr. Corle I be accompanied by the colleg ale quarlet who will render sp al music al Ihc morning servic G:45 p.m. N. Y. P. S. 1:30 p.m. Evening service., Seven subject, "Old Paths," Monday nighj, 1:30 p.m., month- board mceling. We iiiosl cordially invite you lo enr our guest speaker. Dr. Cor- II. le crealion. *..... sis of the unfolding of spiritual dc'as and Iheir identities, .whicn ve re embraced in ihe infinite Mind - nd forever reflected." Page 50.!. Luxora Sociely — Personal will speak on Den." . . Daniel In the Lion Mrs. L. T. Burton, Stcele, dismissed. Mrs. C. 3. Albrltlon, Steele, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. Clyde Lloyd, city, admlllcd. Clarence H. Wilson, city, admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs. H. W. Allen, Wilson, ad- nittcd. Miss Beatrice Yarbro. Haytl, admitted. M,cm|ilils St. Joseph's Hospital Mrs. Frank Yancey, Osceola, admitted.' Driver Grove Wi|i Be Singing Convention Scene A singing convention will be held at the Driver Grove church Sunday afternoon' at two o'clock, it was •uuicunccd today by Lee Rcagans, vho has charge of the affair. Singers from various churches and ccmmunilies are expected lo attend the singing to which every- on is invlled. " • Miss Carrie Mae Hires left Tuesday for a len days visit in Benlon- villc, Ark, with Miss Josephine Jackson. Herman Lynch who allcndcd school In Russellville, Ark., the past sesson has returned home for the summer vacation months. Mr. andMrs. Roy Owen who returned to Luxora 'from Missouri to make their hoinc here are occupying the Silman apartment. Mrs. Waller Lynch is visiting her sons, Edgar, William, and A. J. in Flint, Mich. .Read Courier News want ads. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY BAPTIST CHAl'EL Lilly street 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Waliml ai Eighth Alfred Ctirpenlcr, paslor Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. 10'40 am. Morning Worship. Si cial music. Sermon—"First. Bn Ilellglon" broadcast over KLCN. • 6:30 p.m. Training union. Re.id Courier News want ads. : for Rent 2 or 3 room" lurnlsh'e'd apartment. •Newly decorated. 914 Hearn. .,;.'. -3-pk-7-3 —PRESCRIPTIONS^-^ Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. Main & First Phone 111 Complete Line of WEST1NGHQUSE ELECTRIC Ranges and Water-Healers WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP , 110 S. .Second Phone 3U popular wilh both faculty and s during the past three years therefore -will be continued lis year, Mr. Graham said. •HE FULL GOSPE NACLi; CHUnCH PENTECOSTAL CIIUKCH OF GOD County Court House Due lo Ihe fact that our proper- y is now in the hands of the Court, our services will,be held » Read Courier News want afls. X MOONLIGHT i E XCU RS ION SCIBNCB StillVICKS I ID S. [!ro:idwa>- "God the Only Cause and Crj- tor," is the subject of Ihe Lcsson- ermon which will be read in all hurches of Christ, Scientist, on Eunday, June •!, 1939. The Golden Text Is "The Lord eir.neth, he is clothed with ma- esty; the Lord is clothed with trength, \vherewith he hath gird- id himself: the world also is stab- ished, tliat it cannot be moved." 'salms 03:1. Among the citations which com- ... HERE'S WHAT A MILLION USERS SAY ABOUT ELECTRIC; WATER HEATERS ICE CREftM "You've tried the rest HOW Iry the best.' Giaivl. double 'dip couc Pis. iBc, 2 for 25c Over 30 Flavors COLONIAL ICE CREftM CO Roxy Bldg. '/^ TODAY AT ARK-MO POWER CORP. !.= /ir(o(«I H'Vrirff Fi ELLIOTT FLETCHER 9 CHAPTER-.U. D.C. a Lv. Sin Souci Landing n ATLANTIC MONTHLY Un Mv* n«S">«T J'l ".'."". t ^ hlor 6,c^ Titbll i!< f i fj/ur.'ti! tht <Mhl J<™< m"'U al Ih S j "LOUISIANA , SWINtt M4STESS" '^ Hake Ihc most ol your reading hours. Enjoy tho wit, Ihc wisdom, the the cbaitii that have made Iho Atlanlic, Tot over scvcnty- fi vo yea rs, A me ri en's most <molerl and, most cherished For Beller Laundry aiid Cleaiiing

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