The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 2, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 2, 1944
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PAGjE.TWO (ARK,) COURIER NEWS ; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1944 Beef Stew Most Popular Dish In City Famed For Fine Foods Coming Events MONDAY St. Stephens Episcopal Aux'llary will mee* v,lth Mrs. J. Louis Cher' iy, C:30fl. rri. Executive Board'-of Women's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian Church.V'meetlng at churcli, 2.30 p. in. if , ' j , Womeri's Missionary Council, First Chrjstlan chilrch, meeting for covered dish luncheon at home of Mrs R.^C. p. m, ,' Executive Rose Roseland, 1 Board, of Women's ' , Church, 'meeting at church, 1 p. m., followed by general business meeting, 2 30 p. m.' Woman's ' Society of Christian Eenice, Lake Street Methodist Church, ' meeting at church, 2.30 p.- m. • TUESDAY . Doublp O Club meeting with Miss Mildred. Lou, Hubbard . ' Club 'Eight meeting with Mrs Charles'LangstOn, ; Mrs Robejt Phillips entertaining La Kfcuye Club!; ,1 ; Wesleyan Service Guild, First Methodist Church, meeting at church, 7:30 p. "in . with Mrs Abe Klnningham and Miss Evelyn Parker^ hostesses. * ' WEDNESDAY j Friendly Seven Club meeting with Miss Edy the George. . THURSDAY ' Mrs. James Hill Jr , entertaining Friday Luncheon Club'. I Steak Dinner Is Given For Lieut. D. S. Briggs Lieut. Dale S. Briggs of Tultti, Okla., and his brother, Charles Brlggs; • of. Sapulpa, Okla., were guests of honor yesterday noon when C V. Sebaugh entertained with a steak dinner at the Rustic Inn. Ten of Mr. Scbuugh's most Intimate' friends were Invited to attend the Informal affair. • *• • Birthday Party Is. Given Mclballne Hill, daughter of Mrs. Flossie Hill, celebrated her tenth birthday, yesterday when she Invited 32 of her friends for a party at her home at 125 Missouri Street Games and comesis were played for several, hours, awarded the winners. with prUcs Miss Sebaugh, Fiance Honored At Dinner Paity" t Miss Jeannetta Jeanne Sebaugh nnd her fiance, Lieut Dale S Briggs bf Tuba, Okla"., whose marriage will be solemnized tonight at First, Baptist Church, were guests of honor last night when Mr. nnd Mrs Clifford Vincent. Sebaugh, parents of the bride-elect, entertained with a rehearsal dinner at Hotel Noble 'Bridal 'white;-, gladioli, tuberoses tnid chrysanthemuhis formed the centerpiece-for the large dining table arranged'In the Colonial Room of the hotel .Place cards w«re hand made the faun of miniature flowers with each flower bearing a tlnj lighted candle Places of the guests of honor.'were marked' with".'while flower place cards, while the places ol the other 15 ; guests were li) paste shades. A white prayer boqk »ttl' white 'satin markers also was used to designate the place of the brlde- clest After Melballno hod opened hei gifts, refreshments of birthday cake, nnd Ice cream were served, and each child.'was presented with u favor. v • • Attend Sorority Luncheon Given At Hotel Pembody Several girls from Blytheville and Osceola attended the' luncheon given yesterday by members o Chi omega sorority at Hotel Pen body. In Memphis, Fall- bouquets of flowers attrac lively decorated the large E-shapcc table" arranged in the main dining room'' of the hotel,: where the 50 guests, Including rushees and active chapter members, were seated for - )unchr-OT.' .' " ' Chi Omegas attending from Bly- thevillc! were Miss Mury Kntlicrlne Rose', MIES Mary Helen Moore and- Miss Peggy White, while niihces Deluded Miss Normadlne Karnaugh, Miss 'jane Crtstlla, Mtss June Oosriell and MIs-sKnyTliomLs. Rushees irom Osceola were Miss Marjorle Mayo, Miss Betty. Scm- lies, Miss .Virginia Lee Best, nnd .llss Flavla Driver, while Miss June Rhodes Wellxmrn attended ns n Vliss Kyle I s Bride Of Ward L McLean The marriage of Miss Blanche fye of Houston, Texas, dftughler f Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Kyle of| Blytlieyllle, to Ward L. Mct«aii of uiton, was quietly solemnized 'huradiiy afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at First Presbyterian church. The Rev, Harvey 'J'. Kldd, jmslor the church, read the double ring ceremony In the prftscnce of a iinoll group of-guests. The. bride wore a two piece suit of light weight wool In slate blue, will) brown accessories nnd a corsage of Talisman rosebuds, tuberoses nnd Elcphanolls. Miss Jean Armnntrout served as the bride's only attendant, She wore a Fall of watermelon with black accessories and a corsage pf white rosebuds. Mr. Kyle served as Mr. McLean's jest rnnn. Mrs. McLean was graduated front Bruceton', Tcnn., high school, and made her home here. for .several years before going to Houston, where she'how Is employed In the Guardian .'Bank. ' Mr. McLean nnd his bride now arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kyle for several days before returning lo Houston to make Uielr home, where h e is em pi oycd by K ni rnp and Tuffley Shoe Company. Son Born Thursday nember. A three course dinner was served, and following dinner the parts wont lo the 'church for the wedding rehearsal. The guest list included members of the bridal party, out-of-towi guests heie for the wedding, and Mrs s B Wilford, wife of Hie of delating minister ' Ladies Bible Class Meets "' .Fourteen members of th^'Ladles Bible Class of First Methodist Church were present last night at the pot luck suppei given 'at the church. Attending the affair aKo nere seveml guests Including P E Cooley, Mrs. B; F. Gay, Miss Mary Hubler, and Mrs. J. C. iWlj)te..and daughter, Mary, Lou, off Morrillton, /rk , houseguests of Mrc, ^White's tlsler, Mrs. O. N. Hawkins' and. family. • The devotional on .''Wliat. Ls Prayer'- was given by Miss Rubier* end Mary Lou Willie gave *j piano solo, before the . business meeting, which was presided over by Mrs. W Stlckmon, vice president of the clots ' A nominating committee composed of Mrs E V. Hill, Mrs E. A. Goodrich and Mrs. Emma ; Bttr- ney, was appointed to draw up n list of officers to be elected at (the •next, meeting.' ami to assume' office in October for the coming year. Games and'contests were played during the social --hour- which followed the business session. • Initial Club Entertained Two ; guests, Mrs. Lois Shalley arid Mrs. Cecil Graves played bunco with members of the In itial Club when they were enter tained yesterday afternoon by Mrs :W.'. S.; Eastburn at her home on Chtckasawba Avenue. , Roses and sweetpeas predomlnal ed in the flower arrangements to decorate the entertaining room of the house. Bunco prize was won by. Mrs Graves, high by Mrs. Jack Marsh while Mrs. Esstburn Was icorer for the- afternoon. Sandwiches and iced, drinks, wer terved. VIrs. Barham, Miss Barham Compliment Miss Sebaugh Mrs. George Barham and her granddaughter, Miss Shirley Barham, entertained with a bridesmaid's tea yesterday .afternoon. ,n' their home complimenting . M^s: Jeannetta Jeanne Sobiiusjl!, whoSi marriage to Lieut. Dale S. Brlgg: of Tulsa; Okla., will, be solemnly tonight, 8 o'clock, nt First Baptls .Church. ' , The lace covered lea table wa centered with a bowl of rosebud mid white clematis, .which Ilmiku large cut out picture of the bride led, Handmade place cards wci linlature bridesmaids. AH assortment of parly foot: •as served. Mrs. Barham presented Miss Se uugh wltli n set of handmade linen ockUiil napkins, and the bride-elect presented. each of her feminine al- eridants with gifts of lingerie. Out-of-town guests present In- ludcd Mrs. Charles Briggs of Sa- nilpa, Okla, and Miss Betty Briggs ,f Tulsa. Miss Jean Lamb Weds Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Stlres Jr., ol oncsbbrp are the parents of a 501 orri,Thursday at Walls Hospital he .baby, the couple's second son as-not yet been named. Mrs. Stlres'Is the former Miss Ui lie Tyrone, daughter of Mr. am rfrs. J.:F. Tyrone, while Mr. Stlre firenU, Mr! and Mrs. Stiles Sr., als< ye in-Blythevillc. • • • Dorcas.S. S. Class Meets Mrs. J-. w. Dolen was rcetecle iresldcnt of the Dorcas Simda School Class of First Baptist Churo ,t a meeting of that group lie! 'txtcrday. afternoon at' the cliurcr Other officers elected to serve wit icr include; Miss'Cordelia Wilhlt irst vice president, Mrs. H. L. ] Chambers, second vice president,! Mrs. Pearl Hires, third vice presl- 1 lent,; .Mrs. T. H. • Haynes, secre- ary.'Mrs. ;T. L. Cassldy, trensurer, and Mrs. R. L. Wade, reporter. The devotional for the meeting was given by Mrs. T. L.. Cnssldv, and i'-'tnKeii from the 9Snd Psalm. Opening prayer ;was given by Mrs. Arthur Rushing, -.and the : business session was presided over by Mrs. Doleri.'. Closing- prayer was offered by Mrs.'Wade. ••.'•: s Mrs.. R, L.'-'ReedeY .vms reelecled class teaclier. '. ' '/' " ''' Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. S?lma Levy Allenberg anil iiighferii,'Ann nnd'Knj 1 , a! Mem- ils, are spending the weekend ere with Mrs, Allcnberg's father . 11. Levy. Miss Rosalie Duclos/ who Is at- endlng Draughan's Business Col- ge In Memphis, arrived last night o spend the weekend with her paf- uls, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Duclos nd family. Mr. nnd Mm. Hal Fletcher have eturncd from eymour, Ind.. Indianapolis am where they spcn Ivc days as guests 1 of Major and Mrs. n. II. Skynncs MrslSkyrme? ctunicd- with them for a visit will nblher, Mrs, p. J.-Bailey. Mrs. Elma Moore of Dycrsburg 'enn,' Is visiting here as Hie gues f lier brother, J. E. Johnson and nmlly.: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson will return to Bopncvllte, Ark., to- nprrow after spending two weeks lore with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.' Johnson and Mr. and VTrs. L. M. Knitz, and their son, tondal. Johnson, who makes his ionic here'with his grandparents. Condillon'of L. A, Cothren, who'Is 11 at.his Viomc on South Division Street 'following; a- stroke- suffered two weeks ago, Is unimproved, Mrs. Luke McMacklns and Miss vlary, Frances Eiisley have returned to their home In .Brncclon, Tenn., after n visit here with'Mr. and Mrs N. W. Kyle. bryce Layson find Edwin Weedman,'who are attending" University of Arkansas, Fayclleville, under the A.S.T.R.R., will arrive morrow 'morning 1 for a week's visit with their parents. -. . • .Mrs, Ethel Driver of Fayeltevllle. formerly of Osceola, is. spendlm. several days here as the guest o Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson. Mrs Driver Is spending several week; visiting with friends hrOsceola am Ulythevllle. She Is house mother a Ihe Kappa Slg house nt Unlvcr sltjr. of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Miss UiVonne Redman, Mis Anne Crook and Miss Dorothy Jean Higglnson arrived yesterday Iron Texas Slate College .for Women Deivton, where they have been at tending Siimmei- school. They wll visit their parents here until til IBlh when they return to the sam school. Dr. Blylhe Allison and: son, Tom NEW ORLEANS, Scpl, 2. (UP) — In this city, the.home of fine food nnd enthusiastic gourmets, the Ot- Ice of Price Administration today :ompleted a survey of 1,041 restaurants to determine Ihe city's 40 most, popular foods. And what dish leads all the rest? Not Cniy/lsh Bisque, Creole Gumljo, Poulete nochambeu, Oysters Rockefeller, I'ompano En i'aplllotlc, or even Shrimp Reinoulade. No, It Is Ihc humble beef stew served with rice. You win still call it ragout if you like, bul beef slew Is still beef stew, and .it's usually composed of meat, potatoes, carrots and onions. No wine sauce, no subtle flavors; just good, old, hearty stew. In a survey conducted by the New Orleans Item II was found that beef stew is not even served al An- tolne's and Gnlatolre's where tradition Is firmly kept. Arnaud's,doe.« have it, but only occasionally as a prepared luncheon dish. "No high class restaurant serves Ixicf stew," sniUcd one blaek-clac waiter at a famous place. "That's what they feed the help." At one restaurant, visited by every toinist, the manager, plnnec down by an Item reporter on what 'Orlcnirutn.1 wanted most, said wistfully, "Steak—when we can get It.' Wricn it became necessary for la- f ai eating establishments to hang ut, a poster showing the ceiling >rlces on the 40 foods most popular their establishments, the Restau- aiit Advisory Committee of OPA omplled a suggested list with the mderstmidlng that any Items not liown on the list which particular cstaurants .served habitually, might be substituted. '•It was a pretty matter-of-fact list, as made up by the Restaurant Ad- Isory Committee, and as a sample at what current residents of this romantic and colorful city are eat- ng, it was definitely lacking In glamour. Without a Crepes SuKett'^ or an Oyster Rockefeller anywhere on it, it was easy, to Imagine the commotion in various kitchens noted for their savory and exotic food. But was there a commotion? Evidently there was not, for not a Brioche was mentioned in all tlve:clly's breakfast menus. Orange juice has surpassed the coca-coin and almost overlapped coffee as a drink, and waffles, morning;-noon and night , The oyster Is still popular, but In the less exotic fashion since It Is served mosl 'generally in cocktai! form, or flred with French, fried potatoes, The lardly beefsteaj or even stew 'seems to havj" dcnce over other more quai vored food peculiar to this according lo the-Itein's sur' the ham sandwich is the luncheon standby, with orange Juice, coffee or a malted milk. ' For luncheon or dinner the. leading soup is vegetable, with gumbo second on the popularity list. The most popular fish at'.tiic dlnnr hour is trout, and the extenl of its dressing up depends on the restaurant serving it. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL : CHURCH Sixth & Walnut Streets Thomas K, Smythe Jr., minister 11 a.m. Holy Communion and Sernon. LAKH STKEBT METHODIST CHURCH Kates Sturdy, pastor Church School, 0:50 a.m. Iverson Morris, supt. Morning Worship, 10:46 a.m. "Is the'Majority Alv/ays Right," pastor's subject. Youth Fellowship Groups, 1 p.m. ^veiling Worship, 8 p.m. "God Allows Us to Handle His Possessions," pastor's subject. " Young People's Council, Monday night, 8 o'clock. Board of Stewards meets with Mrs. W, L. Green at 3M North Ninth, Street, Tuesday night, 8 o'clock. Prayer, meeting Wednesday, night, 8 o'clock, . FIRST 'CHRISTIAN CHURCH Malr. at Sixth Sts. H. S. Baird, minister Bible School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a. m. "A Cure for Insipid Lives", pustor's subject. The Official Board will meet Monday nlglit. 7:30 o'clock, at the churcl). WEDNESDAY 7 p. m. Committee meetings. 7:45 p. m. Evening Church . service with the New Building Com- mlltee In charge. 8:30 p. m. Clioir practice and men's fellowship meeting. 'Everyone is cordially Invited to the worship and work of this church. YAIIIIKO METHODIST CHURCH 1). G. Ulndmau, pastor Chureli School, 10 a.m. Paul Ab- .1, supt. 'Worship Service, 8:15 p.m. W. S. C. S. Thursday at church, 2:30 p.m. The long traditional French meal such as Madame Beguct's once glorified as something definitely New Orleans is a Ihing of Ihe past. Food is just something .you eat hctwcn getting off from work and goinii to a show.'.and In wartime New Orleans the bon vivant, smtick- liiK his lips over a glass of vintage wine, or rolling his eyes in ecstasy rt the steam arising from a "bowl of crayfish Is just something you read about. jlenn C. Fowler Takes New Post At Little Rock Glenn C. Fowler of Manila, who lias been principal of Conwny High School, was elected vice principal of Little Rock High School by the Lit- llo Rock school board in a meeting yesterday. He succeeds J. A. Bigbee, who lifls been assigned to other clu- llus.' Mr. Fowler., also aided in Ilic nniij 1 training program, at Hendrix College, Conway, last year. He received his A. B. degree at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, and his M. A. degree at University of Arkansas where he did postgraduate work. Daughter Is. Born Today Pfp. and Mrs. W. C. Caldwell aro the parenUi of u daughter born early this morning at Walls Hospital. The baby, Ihclr first child, has been lamed Carol Ann. Mrs. Caldwell is the former Miss Marilyn Burnett, daughter of Mrs-. M. Burnett.. •"light Officer Noneich Mr. aiid Mrs. Bert Noel Lamb iodny.. announced the marriage of heir'daughter, Miss Jean Lamb, to Flight- Officer Edward Nonelch of Brooklyn, N. Y. The innrrlAgc was solemnized Saturday, Aug. 19, In Memphis In the home of the bridegroom's uncle nnd aunt, Mi 1 .'and Mrs. R. 1* Jones. Mrs. Noneich was.a student at Blytheville High at Ihe time of her marriage. Flight Officer Nonelch. the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Nonelch ol Brooklyn, was graduated from high school there aiid attended a New York college for two years prior to entering the Army, Air Forces He was graduated nnd commissioned ai a flight officer in the August graduation exercises at Blytheville Army Air Field. They now are making their home In Montgomery, Ala., while he i: stationed at Maxwell Held. At The Hospitals Blyttievllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Itic7. Gray, city. Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. T. C. Hntcher,,elty.' Mrs. C, R. McGord, Hornersvlllc, Mo. . . ' Perry Howell. Steele,. Mo. Mrs. E. B. Renfro, lAixoni. .Born to Pfc. and Mrs. W. Clint Caldwell, city, a daughter. Dismissed: Nclta Sue Jackson, Luxora. Mrs. Ray Hurley, Stee|e, Mo. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: L. W. Latham, Osceoln. James C. Webb, city. my, of Chicago, are spending several forward, days here with Dr. Allison's father, I J. P. Allison and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whitsllt and daughter, Gail, have returned from Little Rock where they spent scv- .eral days. S«rgt. and Mrs. Johnnie D, Mick and Infant sou, Johnny Steve, have returned lo Laredo, Texas, after spending their two-weeks' furlough here with their parents, Mrs. Letha Mick, and Mr. and Mrs. Buck. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Roberson and family at Ar'morcl. Miss Jennie V. Sharp of Brinkley, Ark., Is spending the weekend here us the guest of Miss Mary Helen Moore and her parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore. Mrs. Joseph J. Bruno and her infant daughter, Ton! Rae, have ur- rlvcd by plaiic from Los Angeles to Join Sergeant Bruno who is.statlon- cd at Blythevillc Army Air .Field, Sergeant Bruno recently returned Pocket gophers can run backwards through their burrows at about the same speed they travel from a two-weeks' in Los Angeles. furlough s|>cnt Gas Tax Collections Decline During August LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 2 IU.P.) — Arkansas Revenue Commissioner Murray B. McLcod Thursday reported a $100,000 decline in gasoline tax collodions during August as compared with the same month a 'year ago. McLcod also reported a $34,000 drop In Income tax collections as New Shipments of ANTIQUES Are Arriving Alnrasl Dally! Come In, We Llke"Shopp«rVY The Gift Shop Modern * AntkHHi Gtfts MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S BEAUTY tyBOP IM •. Hnt Phone 2532 Bemrty Fnbka* DO YOU MEAN TO SAY THAT YOU MST WANTED ME TO PUCKER OP SO yOU COtVLD SEE HOVJ I LOOKED WHEN A. p/?. PEPPER! ell us reductions in other collcc- during the month. Altogether >ecinl stale tux collections showet total drop of $27,375 durum iigust compared with the same ontli a year ago. Sales tnx collections jumped $1G,- )0, while the liquor lax showed 5,700 Increase. CHIHSTIAN SCIUNCi: SEKVICEB - Woman's (;|HI>|IOIJSC HlC West Main MAN Is the subject af the Lesson- Sermon to be read at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. ' The Golden Text is: Praise wnltctli for thee, O Cod in Slon— Blessed is the mtm whom thoii choosest, and causesl lo approach >mto tliee, that he may dwell In thy courts. Psin. 5:' 1-1 FIHST 1'KKSBVTERIAN CHURCH Him'ey T. Kidil, minister 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. 11 a.m. Morning Worship. 7:40 p.m. Evening Service. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, prayer meeting. FIHST ASSEMBLY OF GOT) CIIUKCII Seventh anil Ash Streets 11. E. Slmms, pastor Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Radio Program, 2 p.m. C. A. Class, 7 p.m. • Women's Missionary Council, . 7 p.m. Evangelistic message,. 8 p.m. Camp meeting begins Sept. 8 through 17th. Continuous Show*i Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.ON »J». 12:45 »jn. 4:1* »J«. Saturday '•mmi EXPRESS' I.onss for Army and Quiet SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UP)—Dan Hoover. 17-year-old ambulance driver, says he will be gjad to get Into .he peace and quiet of the army. Dan had Just delivered two babies n one day. Doth women had wait- id a little too long to-call the ambulance and . each time action was necessary as Dan arrived. Doctors say that'Dan, although he had had no training, did a good, workmanlike Job. CHURCH NEWS • PROMISED IAND METHODIST CHURCH D. G. JJindman, pastor Church School, 10 a.m. Felix Hill, supt. Worship and Communion Service, 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship, 8 p.m. W. S. C. S. Friday at church, 2:30 p.m. : CALVARY El'ISCOPAt CHURCH OsceuU Thomas B. Smythe Jr., minister 7:30 p.m. Evening prayer and sermon. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH R. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a.m, P. J. Deer, supt. Morning worship, 10:45 a.m. Sernon by pastor. B. T. U., 1 p.m. R. L. Shevrlek, lire dor. Evening worship, 8 p.m. Sermon by pastor. . WEDNESDAY G:15 p.m. Sunday School officers and teachers meeting. 7:30 p.m. Mid-Weck prayer service. 8:10 p.m. Choir practice. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S. B. Wilford, pastor Church School, 9:45 a.m. U. S, Branson, supt. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Board of Stewards meeting al church Monday night, 8 o'clock. Choir' Rehearsal, Wednesday, i p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH G. .W. Archer, pastor, Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. 13. T. U., 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 p.m. Prayer meeting. Wednesday, 7:30 i.m. CHURCH OF THE NA7ARENE First & Sycamore Sis. F. W. Nasli. pastor Q-.45 a. m. Sunday School. 10:5G, a. m. •» UKST JIM ai IBS SIKM MSBOfS Serial: "Desert Hawk" No. t & Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:39 Sunday and Monday Morning, Worship, tor! (:' i ''fl Sermon" by Pastor! 7:15 p m. Service for Young People. i p. m. Evening Service Pastor will preach 8 p, m. Wednesday, prayer meeting. TO CHECK MAXWEll ANDERSON'S Liquid for Malaria] Symptoms, Godfrey Hammond, above, of Scnrsdnle, N. Y., has been appointed director of publicity for the Devv.ey-Bricker presidential campaign. He is president o( the Popular Science Publishing Co. MINNIE LEE JONES Teacher of Piano Aminnnce-s reopening of he classes for beginners and ad" viinced pupils. Enroll Now For Convenient Hours. Studio 807 Chickasawba 1'hone 2994 "L A«oo Boxlot • William Eyllws • William O'Stisa A 2Olh CENTURY-f "ChildDelinquency?What'sThat?" —asks Mrs. Jones Mrs. Jones doesn't know much about child delinquency, and she probably never will. She sends her laundry to us and is not worn out so that she cannot give her children much personal attention. She knows that when they go out they have the character to withstand temptations because they've been taught that way. She knows, too, that sending her laundry to us is a smart thing to do. 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(Mac) \VKIInnis, owner Glencoe Bldg. Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, B. A. M. S. M. Announces OPENING OF FALL CLASSES PIANO — ORGAN — VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher *"","" Pupil of Clarence Dickinson President of Union Theological Seminary School of Music For Appointment : Phone or Write , •—• Mrs, nalton C. Fowlston 110! Chlckas«wb» Phone 204> Saturday Return of the Rangers wllli n.ivc O'Brien anil Jim N'cwill Serial: "The rhanlom" No. 10, ami Short. on. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:3« Sunday and Monday WOODY HERMAN Md his ORCHESTRA j Fox News and i Short Subject Continuous Showing San, 1:15 to 11

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