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3 PAGE BLYTHEViLLE "( COURIER' NEWS SATURDAY, MAY' 1, 1937 Social Calendar SUNDAY'S EVENTS , City-wide vesper bcrvicc.nl First Baptist church, 4 P. M ( :for National Music week. "'•• v Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian, church; nieellnjj at church, 2:30 p.m. , MONDAY'S EVENTS St. Stephen's Guild meeting with Mrs J M Williams, 2.30 p.m. Woman's Missionary union, First Baptist church,., .having business sind social meeting at church, 2:30 P. M. .Woman's Missionary society, First - Methodist church, meeting at church, 2:30 P. M. Missionary , study group, First Christian .'church, meeting' with Mrs. W. H. Stovall, 2:30 p.m. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Tea given by Mrs. A. ,G. Little Byron Morse, 3 to 5 "Fair Fields." Husbands Will Vote Approval of Courier News Cooking School tind Mrs. P. M. nt Chapter •Rlth Mrs. P M. P.E.O., meeting Rilcy B. 1 Jones, 2:30 Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs Jesse Tajlor liming Young 'Matrons- Bridge club. Tuesday' Bridge club mealing with,'. Mrs. Floyd White. Junior G. A.'s meeting First Baptist church, 4 P. M. Intel-mediate G. A,'s mectli'f! First Baptist'-church, 4 P. M. Sunbeams meeting First Baptist church, 3 30 P M WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian society meeting at Ho- tel'Noble. 10:30 a.m., followed by luncheon. *" Executive -board, Sudbury P.T.A. meeting 2:30 P. M.; followed by general meeting, 3 P. M. Mrs. Baker Wilson having Wednesday Bridge club. Mrs. Everett B. Gee and Mrs. n. '. P. Klrshner having breakfast parly at countiy club E. A.'s meeting First Baptist •'church;- 4 P. M. fSr. and Mrs. A. Conway having} dinner party ! THURSDAY'S CVCNTS Mr. and Mrs. W. A. AfTllck hav- Apple pic Is making Us dramatic entrance. Millions of dramatic entrances inusl have hen staged in serving luscious examples of America's mosl typical djsh, but this particular Iriumph—just discovered by the Courier" News, was followed by the moving picture camera from the first assembling of ingredients through all the measuring and handling until the fragrant golden-brown creation emcrg- ,-d from the oven. That (antahzlng plo Is going to look 'good enough and closo enough lo smell full of spice and everything nice when It poses among the Hollywood stars at the Roxy theater for three days, start- Ing Tuesday. Deep-dish apple pie Is only one of the realistic closc«*ups In the fascinating screen-lined Cooking School which Ihe Courier News is bringing free lo everyone Interested In home making. iirldc Is Hcrobtc Here Is a gay. hospitable Cook- ,ng School, sparkling with novelty and romance, where every guc.s' will have a close-up of every process, where recipes are (lemon sU'alcd and recipe sheets am gifts arc distributed dally, where friends will join In the common inlcresl of an old subject that Is ever-new* and cvcv-growlng. A charming bride is Ihe hcrolna of this romance of homciimklng. As for the adoring young husbnnd -the lovely bride was the object of his affection, but he did like banana chiffon pic and' double iidge cake, loo! Husbands arc bound to give this practical entertainment a live-star vote of approval, for Iho audience will learn from a ni\- lolhcr niusl be "chief cook and | Mills washer," which Is to say, en servants rolled into one, ami hat one on full-lime duty. Small wonder that the busy lonieninkcr loses the perfipccltvo of her Job's real tijiporUincc. Small wonder (rnit she has no lime to cck out and lest new recipes, jroiliicts and labor-saving ctuilp- ncnt. Brauly Secrets, Too ing "supper .party. Mn A G Lltlle entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. 'Sown and Country Bridge club Sngeling with' Mrs. C. F. Tucker. | FRIDAY'S EVENTS City-wide community ; urbetam for; National Music week at city nudiloi iuin, 8 P. M. Mrs. Thad Nicol'Imvlng lunclieon at;Hotel Noble. : SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. C. W. Aillick having bridge luncheon. llonally-known authority in homo economics that pic is digestible .vhen made the right way with he right ingredients. Bad food means a bad disposition! For'-, Plans Announced iVIcKcel-Lawshe Wedding Miss Peggy McKccl and William Lawsho have chosen the twilight hour for the exchanging of their vows ' when they are married on Mq'nday, May 17. The wedding WIB be solemnized at seven o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech. Other plans /for the wedding, announced today, arc of unusual interest.to friends. The Rev. Mar- Son. A. Boggs, D. D., formerly pastor of the First Presbyterian church here and a long time friend of the Leech family, will 'come from Hot Springs lo perform 1 the riles. Miss Frances Tucker, of Blythe- vlltc and Washington, D. C., will fce Miss McKcel's maid of honor, and Miss Mary Jean Afllick will serve as junior bridesmaid. Thad Nicol will be Mr.: Law-she's best man. Miss McKccl will be given in marriage by Mr. Leech. Since announcement was made of this engagement, elaborate plans liayo .been made for affairs which started this week and will con- Judges,- lawyers, bulcticn and bakers and newspaper lacn rai '.cstify lo Ihe Irulh of that statement. The Courier News takes this subject of eating seriously, and is riulle ready lo take Ihc :>tand and declare that few wo- nien realize how Important their job. really Is, The . responsibility of i modern 11011)0 manager extend Keeping up to the minute on fresh discoveries to,ease (ho home nanagci's burdens, is one of thn Jobs of the household specialists who appear In this profitable. Cooking School. Because;•"' (licy have devoted years v of. training nntl study lo home problems! .tljcse capable experts know how to help other housekeepers to run their Homes more smolhly, intcl'cstliigly and economically. Under the glow of their enthusiasm and -creative skill, a well-cooked meal -becomes elevated from "just a Job",'to ''an artistic achievement, - requiriils skill and imagination.- ;,- ;' Pupils al Oils pictured 'schqol will not be "lectured ut." ; They, will not see a rapid succession of hasty scenes, which skim -'..over he processes of measuring, : blctiu- ng, sifting nnd baking. They,will lot have lo wonder when the bak- ng powder went Into the dry • in- rcdlents, because they will 'have i clear close-up- of cacn . nmt > B'V- :ry .step, showing the correct,,prb- icditrc . far more accurately tliari vould lie possible on a distant itage. Olhci 1 delights in the model Kitchen will invite close attention —the: convenient, easy-to-kcep- clenn refrigerator. Ihe, moderr (he immaculate cobkliig oqiilpmcnt, the practical products he useful gadgets and Ihu laborsaving luundry hc-lpK. All these mid more will bo h .ise'nnd (hey will be discussed Informally,, while the presiding homo nanngcr offers many a wise tip. .^ Uo cooking 'xperllyT : (mrt.' correctly, so that the family goes into the world .roundly equipped for good clllaan- ;hip. Keep Up lo Bale But (he Courier News recognize: that this Is a big order, even h (mall homes, where Iho wife am Charles A. Temple lef^ last week for Toiranec, Cal. Mrs, Temple and their three children expect lo Join him in about two weeks. Al present Ihcy arc with Mr. Tcm- pls's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R; !•'. Temple, Miss Lelllia Smith will arrlvi home tonight from iv, three'.months slay in Coral Gables, Plh^ .as glics of her brothers, Charles and f Smith. ;' . ' : ", Mrs. Joslah' Port- and daughter Nancy, returned today l , Lo . thcl home In Clarfcivtllc, Tenn., 'aftc a two weeks stay with relatives Mis. C. W. Aillick and daughtci Mary- Jean, motored them la Mem phis. Mrs. Russell Phillips 'will' go nshvllle, Tenn., Monday to; spoil week with tier mother and othu elallvcs. Ruth Cloyd. daughter of the Rev. iid Mrs. Carroll Cloyd, Is a pa- ,ent at the Memphis Methodist nspltal. ' • E. B. Gee jr. is 111 with clilcken- ox. Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Stovall and Irs. Rcunic Cook were in Mem- hiB today. Mrs. R. p. Kli-slmcr was in Tdmphls yesterday. C. C. Langslon has rctnrncd from Vnshlngton. D. C.. where he al- ondcd the meeting of the National livers and Hiirbovs congress, along vllh a party of 12 men from this Suggestions range all tin way from frying to freezing daln- -y desserts and molding tempting salads. And of course there-. ^1} x some 1 shrewd, beauty secrets,Art well' us guide-posts to succc'ss'fu ontei-talning.. : ';: In urtdllioiv to Ihc daily rcclpi sheets, a generous, store of gift arc desltncd to be carried bat- to many -a home from the ROM Local merchants and firms aril nationally-known companies ar jo.inlng with this paper in mak mg the school possible. Sign up a.CookhiA School pnrt today I At any rale, don't mis hirnew 1937 school, Tuesdn Wednesday ami Thursday at th Roxy theater. tlnuc almost wedding day. daily unlit their The first of these was the surprise handkerchief shower given by Chapter "D". of the P.E.O. for Miss McKecl. who i-ecently became a member of this group. -This was Wednesday afternoon at (he home of Mrs. C. 'R. Babcock. The largest affair will be tlie formal tea to b: given by Mrs. A. G. Little and Mrs. Byron Morse Tuesday afternoon, from three until five o'clock, at "Fair Fields." the:Littles' country home.- Invitations have been sent lo 151). This will be followed by a num- ber.of smaller iwrlics. Mrs. R. P. Kirslmer and Mrs. Everett B. Gee will cntcrlam with a breakfast party Wednesday at Ihe country club. On that night Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway will have a dinner party for ' ; Mlss McKccl and her fiance, at their home. A supper party will be given next. Thursday night by Mr. and Mrs. W. A. AfTlick, at their home There will be a luncheon at-the Hotel Noble on. next Friday when Mrs. 1 Thad > Nicol -will" be hostess Mrs C W Alllick will entertain with a bridge, luncheon at her home- next, : Saturday- Cm Monday, May 10, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby ale having a supper 'party; at their home' Guests of Mbs : Frances Tucke for her luncheon^ Tuesday Ma; 11, will be \cntcrtalned at Ih Hotel Pcabody, .Memphis > Thursday, May !3, Mcs Jiinc H. Bell, Mrs. Ross D Hughes and Mjs Russell Philliff ' having a bridge hinchcon. Another breakfast party will b glTcaj : Friday; May 14. when Mrs. Have Krlilgo Luncheon. Mrs. Walker H. Haker and Mrs. Rodney Banister entertained Friday with a bridge luncheon at the homo of Mrs. Banister when; the gucstfi included members 'of the Tuesday Bridge club, members of the Mid-Wcek Bridge club. Mrs. Louis II. Stein of Grand Island, Neb., who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Halncs, Mrs. A. B. Falr- field and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. The many shades of springtime (lowers made a colorful selling for the pr.rty. Talisman roses were iseci on the four small luncheon tables and houqncl.1 of all colors of tulips nnd the blue Japanese iris ilso decorated the living, dining imi sun rooms. Tulip place cards were used. Pillow cases went to Mrs. A. Conway for high score among (lie Midweek club members, Mrs. W. Leon Smllh received a luncheon set for ^ilgh score among the Tuesday club members, and Mrs. Stein was presented a handkerchief. -lass Elects. . • ' Tlie Ovcrcotners class in the in ermcdiate Department of the Firs Baptist church had a class mee tig Tfiursday evening:- The folio?. ng odlcers were elected: Pearl Gra lain, president; Mary Jane Hoga vice-president- Mary Ann Naber secretary; odic Rice, treasure Oweta Hargett. reporter; Doris Delk. social chairman; Kathleen Ashley, program chairman. There arc eighteen members in •he class with Miss Luna B. Wil- hchn teacher. HES 1C8 W. Main HI. "Everlasting Punishment" is I'nc .ubjccl of the Lesson-Sermon which vill be read in all Churches of Christ, sclcnllst, on Sunday, May 2nd. The Golden Text, Is '.'Evil Mir.siicth slnnprs: but toihe rlgbt- »us good slmll be rcpaycd." Proverbs 13:21. Among the citations which comprise Is the following from Ihc Dibls: "lie not deceived; God is not mocked; for whatsoever 'a man sowetli, Ihat shall he also reap." Galatlons 6:7. The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science atul Health with Key to the Scriptures", by Mary Baker pMy: "Hcmove error from thought, and it, will not appear in clfeci." Pa?c 40. nnd Its relation lo Ihc Bible. Children are especially Invited. Special music will consist of an 'anthem; '"Awakening Chorus," and a solo,, "i shall Be Salislisd. 1 ' by little Miss Minnie Hull) Wood, Stewards are called into regular nonthljr meeting Monday night at 7:300. FIKST .(JiillUCJI OF Till: NA/AltlvN'K I-'uiilia I). Heasley, jKislor Sunday school at 3:45. E. I. /Emm, superintendent. Morning Worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "The Saint's Heritage." N. Y, P. S.. 7 p.m. E'vctiing Service at 7:«. Sermon fiibjecl, "Tile Day of God's Visitation," Monday at 1:<!5 p.m., incoUns of nuance committee. Tuesday at noon, prayer and fastiti};. Wednes- Claimed Mate Wed-to'Another regular mld- day at 7:30 week prayer meeting. To the stranger and all who need spiritual help and a Gospel mcs rage, our ehurcii swings wide its The reading room. Is o|>3n each I doors and in His name bids you Tuesday and Friday from 2' to 6 | welcome. FlItST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Carroll Cloyd, Pastor Bible School, 9:45 W. O. Guerin cction. Mrs. Charles Langslon jr., will tomorrow from Bowling Ky, t where she has been 'Islllnij relatives. Mr. Langslon will nect her in Memphis. Miss Margaret Prultt has rcUmi- 'd lo her home at Armorel aftei- lavini; spent, a week nt pine Bhifl, Joncsboro. and Manila. Osccola Society — Personal Policeman's Son Protests VANCOUVER. B. C. (UP)—Tlie son of n local policeman has written lo tlie Vancouver Daily • Province protesting against the life of policeman's son. He insists that unless parents (cnch their boys not to treat policemen'.'! sons as though they were outlaws—well, the business may b3 the oilier way around. Attend National .-T. A. Convciiton Mrs. W. W. Prcwllt. prcsidcn f the local P.-T. A., Mrs. A. F Bnvhnm, secretary of the Counlj council,. [>.-T. A., Mrs. C. E. Sul lengc'r and Mrs, W. E. Hunt wil leave- In .the morning by molo Tor lilulimonrt. Vi\.. to attend the National emigres of Parents and Teachers, in session there next week. • ' ' ' They will spend tomorrow night in Knoxvlltc where Chai-lcs Siil- Icnger Is a student In the University of Tennessee. From Richmond, Mrs. Sullcnger will go to Camdcn. N. J., for n visit of several weeks with her nephew. Earl Abrcy and Mrs. Abrey, returning by way of Washington lo be the 'jiicst of" Mr. and Mrs. W. J.' Driver. Other members of the party expect to return by way of Ashc- vlllc and Great Smoky Mountain National Park. ' • « Hcgin Scries of Sermons The Rev. Louis Saundcrs, pastor of the Christian church, announces a scries of sermons beginning '.omoiTow and continuing through Ihc month: of May on the general theme, "Things That Are Mine." The subjects and dates are as follows: May 2. "My Church." May !). "My Mother." May 16, "My Home." May 23, "My Bible." May 30, "My Faith." R. C. Symonds is to sing a solo at tomorrow's services. The public is cordially Invited. p.m. FIRST PRHSBYTF.UIAN' CllUltCl! S. H. Salmnn, I'a^lur "'Ilie Rich Symbolism of Ihe Supt. Our Cross" Is.the .pastor's topic for the good since morning service at 11 o'clock lo- morrow. The choir's anthem will be "O Jesus Thou Art standing," y Wilson, accompanied by Mi's. ', ,D. Joyner on the organ. •In the evening worship hour, be- innim; at 7:30 o'clock, the pas- or will speak on "Children bv Faith." Miss Louise Dobyns will -lay the organ numbers. The Pionecrs-of-the-Church will lave their regular vesper service it G:-I5 p.m.. led by Miss Peggy Bu- larski. \ Monday* at 6:30 u.m. Hie Mcri- of-thc-Cliui-ch will have a suppc:-- ncctiiiK In the basement, ni which iv guest speaker will present an .uiusual topic of vital interest. Attendance Is urged at the Community Service, beginning Nation- il Music Week, to bs held In the First Baplist church tomorrow afternoon. This is a union service, a community affair, and should have the hearty response of every citizen. Wednesday evening. May 5. we shall have as our guest (he highest ofTlccr of the denomination, the moderator of Ihe general asssm- bjy, Rev. P. Frank Price, D. b., from Nanking, China. He will deliver an address in Ihc church auditorium In a service beginning at, 7:30 o'clock. Immediately after the service an informal reception be held in the social room in His basement. The general public is cordially invited to both Ihc service nnd the reception or cither of them. attendance has before Easter. bcei Lets work to keep It so. Morning Worship 10:50. Sernioi "The Personality of God." Evening Worship and song ser vice 7:45. You make or mar tin by ^J'our Interest and loyally Is there- no appeal to loyalty? Young people have their program at 6:45. Good program; better if everyone comes and makes some contribution. Woman's Council Monday afternoon at 2:30. All women of the church invited. Mid Week service evening at 7:45, Choir practice Thursday eve- ling at 7:30. Young people of the church constitute (tiis choir. We need you all. Wednesday LAKE STKKET MliTIIOIJIST cnimcu Itf. N 1 . Johnston, pasloi Sunday school at 9:45. Preaching at 10:-15. Let us worship tlie Lord together. Young People's meeting at 0:45. Worship service at 7:30. Our monthly board meeting Tuesday night. at 7:30. I hope thiit the board members will have a good report for the District Conference, which meets iexl Thursday morning. Tomorrow Is Ihe last Sunday, that, we can pay our conference claims and get it reported at the district ; I-1KST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut al Khrhlh it} Alfred Carpenter, Pastor '' SUNDAY— .'. 9:30. Bible School, "a real school." 10:35, Mcrnhi£ worship, radio progranr, KLCN. Sermon topic, 'What Kind of a God Do You Know?'.'. Special music, anthem by choir. Solo, Alvin Huffman jr. 0:30. Baptist Training Unions, "A drill ground for Christian?." 7:30, Evening Preaching Servic:. Special music by young people. Pastor is beginning a series of sermons on Love. Courtship, Marriage. Tonight's topic, "Courtship— ft: It Silly Hooey or Sacred Halo?" WEEK— Monday. 2:30, Woman's Missionary meeting. Tuesday, 7:M. Training Union Council. Wednesday. 7:00. Church night. "The church where each visitor is an honored guest." • conference. We are trying to report halt of (hem paid bj that time. Next Sunday, May Sth, will be mother's day. We hope that al the mothers of our church will try and be present. MANNERS . Test your knowledge of correct social usages by answering Ihe • following questions, then checkr ing against the authoritative ans-. wcrs below: 1. Is it correct lo have an address and telephone number en- . graved on visiting' cards? , 2. Are "Showers 1 ' for prospective brides in good taste? :t. Is a lunch table usually bare," Ihat i.s f not completely covered by u clolh? 4. If a guest Is invited for lunch and there is no mention of bridge' afterwards, should she stay all afternoon? 5. May an invitation to lunch Le given over the telephone? What would yon do if— You are introducing lo a friend a half-brother whose name is different from yougi own- <a) Say. "Mary, this Is my brother, Jim Brown. Mary Smith"? (b) Say, "Mary, this is my brother Jim"? <c) Say, "Mary, this is my urothcr, Mr. Brown"? 1. Address, yes. Telephone mim- jer, no. 2. Yes, although once they were not considered so. 3. Yes, usually it is covered by lace, or doilies are used. • yij 4. No, only for twenty or thirty \ )»' minutes after lunch. ' 5. Yes. . . nest "What Would You Uo" solution—(a). In Introducing a member of your family you Include the last name, only if, as in Ihls instance, it is different from youv own. : i Freedom from the husband she clnimed wus never divorced from his previous wife was souj'.hi V*y ^'bi'. 1 Film Actress Muti'j Marx*, iibuvir, in Los Angeles rt>iir'. :.s she sued Cecil Stllinnn loi $2l<[i.orjn ;md sought iirm-j'irnrnl nt their marriage. Tlie actress chriigcd she- \vcd Sillinnn, M.-IIMI of a wealthy Detroit family, nfler he told her, insl year, thai he h.id obtained a divorce from Mrs. Emery Snlher SilliiKin and was "free to marry." IT1 livery thing' I'or Voiir Eut nicnL ;ind Comfort Saturday Only LllTIIIiKAN CilUKCH II. J. lUciniliciiEt. Pa'ifor Sunday School, 0 a. in. Morning worship, 10 a. in. Sermon subject: "The Privilege of Prayer." Sunday .school teachers' meeting Friday. 7:30 p. in. Instruction class meets Monclay .1111! Thursday 3:31) p. in. A cordial welcome nwalls all visilors. will entertain al B A Lynch her 'home,— 7 Plans have not. been completed Jor several other affairs, I Compliments Cousin. Miss Olive Wahl. assisted by her lolher, Mrs. Fred Wahl, entcrtain- d 12 guests at a surprise part} iven Thursday night in honor of VMss Wnhl's -cousin. MUs Marie Target!., who was celebrating her 6t.ii birthday. Games were played before re- 'rcshmcnts were served. fJivcn Party. Mrs. L s. Riggins was niter-] ained Friday afternoon with a surprise birthday party at her tome on Fifth street when 20 were present. Her daughter. Miss Marie Ri?.Ins, and Mrs. Edward n. Akin, -lanncd the affair, and they were assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Charles Blanchard and Mrs. Edna Spltzcr. • A plate lunch was served. * • * Cornell Women Meet. The Gosnell Missionary society met Wednesday afternoon al the :hurch. The lijth chapter of Mal'.hew was.used as Ihe lesson. Mrs. Allen Moody gave a talk in Ihe best way lo read the Bibb. Members of th» society decided *o have a "grab-basket" on social lay which will b: the next mc.al- iug date. '. * * * ' Son Born, A son was horn lo Mr. anrl Virs Jim p. Harwell late ycsl.ernay afternoon at the Blylhcvllte- hospital The baby, who weighs seven arid, hall pounds, 'has been named Benjamin Holmes Harwell and will b called Holmes. Shopgirl Bride *)* for Spreckels :A; las P.rlrtsc Club Mrs. Joe Cromcr entertained three tables of plnycrs at bridge In her country home near Driver '/eslmlny afternoon. Club prize was won by M, s Kd Qulnn and guest prize went to Mrs. Charles Lowrancc of Mcm- and Driver. Other guests were Mrs. Sue Willinmson, Mrs. L, W. Walters Mrs. E. s. Driver and Mrs D If' Blackwood. ' ISRAIvL Maurice Lynns, rabbi • Sunday school, 1:30 p.m., followed by service at 3 p.m.. when Rabbi Lyons will sneak on "A Philosophy of Life." Tins will b; followed by n congregational meetina when the election of officers will bo. held. FIRST METHODIST OflllKCH H. Lynn Wade, paslor S. K. C!arrelt, £on. sup'i. n;. A. II. Fairfield, choir director Miss Kalliryn Grcar, pianist Pastor's theme at the u a.m. service. "And He Took the Clip." Special music: quartet by Messrs. HulTmaii. Reedcr. Hawkins, and Brown; violin solo. "Adoration." by Mrs. Rives Allon ; anlhcm, "Sec* Ye the Lord." Mrs. Joe Triosch- mann. soloist. : Holy Communion with giving alms nt the evening service 7:30. The pnsior will begin a sc- ries of sermons suggested by the Apostle's Creed based on ths "liible. The,first .subject will b^ "I Believe in God the Father Almighty." : Many wonder about the rrrc-.I. Which, ir, .Hie erred of Chrlslnitlnm. Many want In know mnrj about it !I OK CllltlST Services will be held at Die court house with Sunday school at 10 a.m., followed by church at 11 o'clock. The Rev. Stanley Jones, of Scnalh. will preach. The night service will be at 7:30 p.m., when he will also preach. t>r?r Haricd at City' Hall PASADENA, Cal. (UP) Pasadena's new $1,000,000 city hall is rapidly takiu ? on the airs of ah European royal palace. Following original restrictions against the entrance of bicycles and roller *alcs, dogs now are barred. Fishing to Br. legalized In Pyinstalling' Reservoir CLEVELAND (UP)—Tin rod an:l rt'el men of Ohio and Pennsylvania and others who wish, will be-allowed t:> cast iii the walsrc of the Pymatuning R^ervoir, 85 miles cast of here, on July 1 for the first time. Tins i-, a hot lip for fishermen. experts say. for Pymatuning's depths arc: alive with fish,, anywhere frotll OO.OCO.OOn to (55.000,005 in number, stocked there for the past two years. The 11,000 acres of the Shenango water area arc paddled by large- and small-mouthed bass, wall-eyed pike, blncgills, p?rch, crap;>ies, catfish, bullheads, and a few muskies. With Clitirc Trevor, , Uoyd , Nolan, Alum Tiimiroff, Lurry-' Cnildi.e, Helen Burgess and 1 I'orlcr Iliill. They called him Iting of gamblci?; but In: never took a chance... \Vilh money or a girl; The amazing inside story of a $1,000,0(10 a .year slut-machine 'nickel! ,,' Also Cartcon ami Serial^- '$ "Jungle Jim" Final Episode —Admission— Until 5 V. M.—10 & 2(lc After 5 l\ M.—IK & ,11r I'ostal Chcrk 20 Vtars J,FI(C SWERTWATER. Tex. (UP)—A letter enclosing a money order for $12.35. mailed at DCS Monies, la.. Dec. l, ion, reached its destination almost 20 years late. Wcldon 1'ci pcndicular Farm Appears SAN FRANCISCO (UP)—Modern agricultural science has made the perpendicular farm feasible, according to Harry E. Roddick, regional soil conservator for the Federal Coi]:;ervalion Service. He toUl sciemisis from 11 western states thai farm laud can now be irrigated and cultivated on the steepest of slopes. Hill. county attorney 1917, received (he letter 20 after he had written H. B.'Dull i of Ues Moil)as. Read Courier News Want Ads ffftKJii COMPLETE ES5ISB i BEAUTY SERVICE I'honc 10H MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP Sunday - Monday 51,000 in his hands . . . bill bn couldn't bliy his girl culTcc because "Internes Can't With liiirhara Stanwyck,:.Tool McCrca, Lloyd Nolan a n U Stanley Ridges. Also I'.iminoiint News, I'orky Carloon and Cab Calloway Musi- t-al Short —Admission— Sunday—All I>ay—1G ft 3Gc Monday Matinee—10 & 26c Monday Niglil—16 ,t 36c —Continuous Showing Sunday— TUESDAY, MAY -1— 51SO.OO HANK NIGHT! (Less State Tax) Mrs. M. P. Spcmhfl of P, 1ra - ?onld is the guest of her nr-phcw. I. S. Burton nnd family this week Mary Virginia Segraves «ns accompanied to the McthndiM hospital In Memphis yesterday by h cr old, and daughter, Mrs. John parents with a threatened attack Enochs Grain of Wilson arc in :f appendicitis. , Memphis today. Tal Tongate is quite 111 at the | Mrs. George Adams of Little Baplist hospital In Memphis. iRock is here for a visit with her Mr. and Mrs. Ben Grer-n :ir- - mother. Mrs. John White, and rived yesterday for a month's visit: the family ot he rbrothcr. Godfrey, with Mrs. Green's roti. Dean i R. E. Kn:Riit, of Pclahatchie. f HOTH1N6 LIKE Si OH THE SS"BEF^[T! MfDNIGJl'l 1 SHOW MONDAY, MAY 3 Hatcher, and family. Mrs. D. A. Slier and son. Miss., is the guest of his son, W. Knight and Mrs. Knight. O. Pert Jane E. Tunicr, above, stepped from a San Diego. Cat, hotel gift shop toward a lite of riches when she said "yc.«" to Claus Spreckels, Jr., heir ID the vast Spreckels' fortuiW. •Plans' after their San Hiego ,wedding included a honeymoon ,voyage to New York, IJien to their'future home in Coronado. .CORRECTION In our a'dvcrlisfiMiil of Ihursd.iy we erroneously n" 0 l r '' 3 bars f,ux Toilet So.ip \viii, n.i r Trc-Jur rcl-fiimc, Mr, \\lirrc.is it shonhl liavf rrart as fallows: . ' TOILET SOAP 3 bil-s Canny, viilh Mr Tio-.Titr Perfume, all fci- .... I3o 1 Show Siart.s 1'i-oiiipll.v al U:;!0 I 1 . iM. Admission—Always 10 & 2Gc Matinees Friday. Saturday. Sunday | Show Every NiRhl. Friday -nnrt Malinm Shrt at 2:15. Saturday Malincc al 1:15 Last Time Today CHARLES STARRETT Virt DONAIO GRAYSON A COLUMBIA PtCIURf. Also Cartoon anri Comedy "Ormmtals of Will) Rnsitaml Koilli and Charles Quiglcy Also Fox Movietone News and Comedy

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