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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 8, 1937
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HLYTIIEVILLE (AKKJ COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY'S,' Social Calendar SUNDAY'S EVENTS Practice for baccalaureate service music, at First Baptist church, 3 |). Ill; O. E. S. will have practice for worths' grand matron's visit, 2:30 V. M. MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Council, Mrst Christian churcli, meeting .with Sirs. II. M. • Beck, 1:30 p.m. Woman's 'Missionary Society, Lake/ Street • Methodist church, meeting 'with Mrs. T. B. Estes, 2:30 p. HI. : : .'-' '•:• Circles W. M. U., First liaWst church, meeting 3:30 p. in., Mrs. C. W. Afillck; 2, Mrs. C. E. Wilson;: 3, Mrs.'Marion Williams; 4, Mrs. Kendall-Berry; 5, church. Y. \V. A,'First Baptist church, meeting at church, 7:30 p. in. Business Women linylng study, course at Hotel Noble. " ' ' Garden club meeting Chamber of Commerce room. 7:30 p. m. Woman's Missionary Society l-'irst Methodist church having program mcellng at church, 2:30 p. in. Circles Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church mestliiR 2:M p. m, 1, Mrs. Fred Sandefur; '1, Mrs. James H. Bell; 3, Mrs. Joe !'. Pride. Circle 4 meets at churcli at 7:30 p. m., with Miss Era Wright hostess. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klrby hnving supper party for Miss Peggy Mc- Kcel nnd ! w'llllfim uuvshe. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. R. C. Hose aanrt Mrs. V. B. Joyner entertaining D. A. R. - with luncheon at Hole; Noble, 1 p. m. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas having the Tuesday Bridge club. Young Matrons Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Joe O. TriMclininu. Junior G. A.'s,- First Baptist church, meeting -1 p. m, Intermediate G. A.'s, First Baptist church, nicctln'g 4 p. liu Sunbeams, First. Baptist .church, meeting 3:30 p. in. ' ' '. • . Miss Frances Tucker complinicnt- iiij* Miss Peggy McKccl with Hinch- oon ^t- Hotel Peabody, Memphis. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W.'J. Wuudcrllch having Wednesday Bridge club. H. A.'s. First Baptist church, meeting 4 p. m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. James H. 'Bell, Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes having bridge luncheon for Mis-s Peggy McKe=l. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen having Thursday Contract. chit). •' Mrs. W. L. Homer having Mid- Week Bridge club. Business Woman's circle. First Baptist, church, meeting 7 p. m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. B. A. Lynch having breakfast for Miss Peggy McKeei. Democratic Women's study club , meeting nt Hotel Noble. 9:30 A.M. FLAPPER-FANNY By Sylvia ' : COPI. I»!I OV «»6C«YICE| IM. T. 11. Ml U. '*. MT.OI7, Bits of News Mostly Personal "Well, Ciim-k. if I'm |;oin|; to keep on winning your marbles, 1 wish you'd' liuy some ;'y(;ies instead ol llursc Inm'i Classics." • Compliment Miss Peggy McKcci, William l.anrlu' Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Af(lick .entertained ten guests with a supper party Thursday night in compliment to Miss Peggy McKeei and William Lawshc, whose marriage will be solemnized Monday, May n. Gladioli and snapdragons, in pastel shad:s. were in the centerpiece of the dining table, from which the supper menu was served in builet fashion. The .small supper tables in the living room had miniature centerpieces of valley lilies. Included in the guests was Miss Frances Tucker of Washington, D. C., sister of Mrs. Afflick. * • » Bride Comptinicnlcil Mrs. Dick Potter, who before her recent marriage was Mis? - HiuiriA Jo ToiCT. '^'jx.i guest of honor at a bunco parly and miscellaneous shower given Thursday night by Mrs. Eddie B. David Rev/ Elmer .1. Kit-bridge, pastor of '.hut church, pel-formed the rites, The bridegroom's mother nnd brother. William Slgmnn, were wlt- ^u'^se.s. , ' : ' i I*; Tiie briile is the diiuuhter o[ Mr. nnd Mrs. Baldwin, of Dell, and Is a member ol the senior class of .the Dell high .school. The bridegroom, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Slguuui of Dell, attended the high school there' nnd is now fanning. Jlc and his'! bride are making their home near Dell. Observe, Focus \Vcck. The sixteen members of the Girl's Auxiliary of the liapllst church will occupy a reserved section and sing thuir G. A. hymn. "We've a Story to Tell l o tho Nntlonv' at the regular church service Sunday morning. They will also lake part in the program nnd IK' special guests af (he W. M. II. on Monday afternoon. Other social affirs arc to be giver for them next week in obs:rvauci of tl>e Eouthwidc G. A. Focus week Mrs. J. S. McCunts is their eonn selor. Givrn Shower Mrs. May Hargett and Mrs. M A. Middleton, teachers nt'llie Ek ran school, were given a surpris miscellaneous iftemoon at shower Thursda the homo of .Mr? Cnrl Wallace. Gifts including po flowers were presented. vllh Mrs. Ayrcs' motlier, Mrs, M A. Barnes, in Hlylhevillc. Mr., and Mrs,, U. L.,. Prcsson drove to Milan, Tenn,. yesterday to Isit lliL'ir parents today and to- norrow. Eugene Packard nn:l fiimily ar; visiting their parent.'* nl Alamo Tenn.. ovsr tbe week -"end. Tlu>£ were accoinpanicd by Harold BU cr, who'will visit his grandinolh it liTimbolill. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Semmcs and daughler. Betty, will arrive loday troni Foi'dyce to spend liie weekend with Ills mother, Mru. P. J. Semmjs. Mr. and Mrs, Sam Hodges have .one lo Fnyetleville lo vlsll then son, Sam, a student at tlie University of Arkansas. Miss Alma Keycs, stale supervisor of Home Economics teaching vlsltr.d the Oseeolu school and inspected the. department. Miss France;: Campbell is learbrr o( IhLs subject hi the city schools. Bruce Ivy jr. and N. O. Ciirl- v.-iishl HI left yesterday [or Llttl Hock lo he the w.Tk end guest., of'Mrs. S. U. Carpenter. 'I'lie lifv. and Mrs. E.-W. Pol- UT. of Jonesboro, are spending tlic wreksiid here tis gucsls of the licv. anil Mrs. II. Lynn Wade, the Rev. and Mrs. lion G. Ilolman. tlic ilsv. ami Mrs. M. N. Johnston, mid the Rev. J. T. Hood and family. The liev. I. A. linnnlcy, of Conway, will visit friends' and rcla- lives in Blyllievllle for the WCCK- end, , Mrs. .lames Thomas, of Jones- boio, will suen:l Mother's Day with hi'r parents, tin; Rev. and Mrs. H. Lynn Wade. "The Rev. and Mrs. II. Lynn Wilde, Ibc Hcv. and Mrs. Don 0. llohnan, the Rev. and Mrs. M. N. Johnston, the Rev. J. T. Hood, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Cooley. Mrs. W. F. Brewer and Mrs^J. D. Barksdali: have returned from Osceola, where (hey altt'iidcd Ihe Methodist dis. trlct conference. Mrs. J. T. Hall lias rclnrned from Ilcnunuio. Miss., where she was with hfr lather. C. E. Emerson III? is now improving. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs anr daughter. Hetty, und Mrs. Isaacs' father. J. E. Ooocli, will go to .lonesboro totnori'ow where they will meet A. R. Thorn and family, or Memphis, for a brief visit, ijoinj iver especially to visit tlie ccnie- .iry for Motliei-'s nay. Prom thare Mr. Gooeh will go to Jackson, rcnn.. for a visit with relatives. The condHibn of F. D. Underwood, who is critically ill at a Lit- tb Hack hospital, is tetter today. Mis. T. O. Seal is in Now Or- .eans. spending tbe weekend with Mr. Seal. Rudolph Morris, of Joni'sboro will siiand Inmorrow here as thv . of Mis-- Mary Cummings an? her father, Otto Cuuuuitius. Mis's Jen" Brown, ot Pliiininer- ville, Ark., \viio has been visltin? 'for sister. Mrs. L. li. Haniia. and family, returned today to her home Mrs. Wyatl Henley left Friday lor Fort Smith, where •' she wil visit her daughter. : Mr. and Mrs. ,lnff Mott and sou Dick, of Warrensburg, Mo., ant 1 Marshall Mott and son, Graham if Poplar Ilhill. Mo,, arrival .thi- '.noiniui; lo spend Mother's Da) with Mrs. R. a. Molt. Miss Alberta L-aferuey, of por- tageville, Mo., gejicy operation last night at Blvtiicville liospllnl. •• Mr;;.' Anna McKcni'ie. of Minneapolis, Minn, has arrive:! for a visit witb her son. M. A. Lon<*. and Mrs. Long, at the Hlylhcvillc loforc returning here Tor another' visit, . i Mi-, and 'Mrs. W. Leon Smith and family have gone to Jackson, Miss., to spend the weekend with relatives of Mr. Smith. Miss Mary Outlaw will spend the weekend at Hector, Ark. Her mother, who has been very ill, is now Improving. Mrs. Eunice Young will spend tomorrow In Newborn, Tenn., with ehilives. Mrs. Robert- K. Lcc King will I to lo .St. Louis Monday for an' xtcniied visit with her daughter, "rs. Leonard W. Holt, and lam- l.v. Mrs. 1,011 Uchols and Mrs, A. E. Iiintley, of Memphis, will spend Mother's Day with Mrs. II. fi. and family, and Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hubbard and family, i'hcy will come up with Miss Mil- Ircd Lou Hubbard, who attends Southwestern University and who s corning home for,the weekend. Miss Dorinne Coulter, who is iHniidliiB business school in Memphis, i:; .spending (he weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Coulter. i Miss Nona Crews lias gone to| Ki'iscr, to be will: her mother,' v U's. \V. H. Crews, who is quite ill. Miss Chiquita Douglas went to Con way Friday to attend the May Day festivities at Hendrix colletit 1 , Mississippi County B. T. U. Delegation the recent state Daplist Traimn While there she will be the guest of Miss Helen Covington, belore returning home on 'liiy 17. Her parents, Mr. and «rs. Frank G. Douglas, motored her to Memphis and then went jn to Forrest City, where Mr. Douglas attended to business. H. F. Bade of SI. Louis, super- jilemlent of Lutheran schools in P/Jary Julia Mnssey New League Presiden Mississippi county Fine lilnir, as this picture ol the delegation, taken at the conference, bears witness. The delegates, indicated by numbers, were: ID Lige Foster, Wells Chapel; fit W. C. Stewart, New Liberty; (3) W. M. Lewis, (C) Miss Joyce Gill, •i she i formerly attended, Mrs. J. W. Burns, Dell; (4) Clifford White Armorel- (5) r,l til 1.11.. i I. ,....- ..1. _ ...111 I. _ ' ' (8) Mrs. Allen Hardin, i9) Mrs. Dtxon, (12) Robert Holmes, and Curtis Downs, and (13) Neil Fuli-cloth, (10) Curtis Downs, 1 Nev; Liberty; (H) Miss Corine Hardin, all of Dell; (11) L, G. Miss Clara Bell Kinton, lilytheville, Second; (151 Miss Ovclla Murphy, Wells chapel; (HiI MLss Helen Rclisloek, Armorel; (17) Mitchell Harrison, New Liberty; (18) Henry Biinkiey, Laney; (19) MLss Lorcne Alston, Manila; iWt Rev. Howard King, Blythcvilic Second and New Liberty; (21) W. A. : Hnn-eli, Baptist Sunday School lra;ir<l, Nashville. Tenn.; (22) Wiiified Reed, New Liberty, (23) Miss Margaret PruiU, Armorel; (24) James Coats, and (25) Miss Martha Ann Whileley. Manila:' (2li) Rev. Edgar •.he western district of the churcli, , —r Williamson, Arkansas State B. T. U. secretary, Little Reck; (27) Milton Graham, Blythcvilic, First. visited the 'local school Thursday. I' Bade has jurisdiction over 127 schools In Missouri, Ark- insiis, nnd Tennessee. Osceola Society — Personal and Miss Sara Jo Little nt David home. the Pink, \vhitc peonies and mock orange blossoms decorated the two entcrlainiiig rooms. There was a miniature ,bride and bridegroom on ayieileclor. flanked with white tapers, for the centerpiece of the buffet and -this was banked with pink and white wygciia. ... The bride's place, in the bunco gomes, was marked with a cor- rnge o( roses and snapdragons Pink and while were also ns«l in the • refreshments of sin ice served with wedding bpil cakes. In the games Miss Annie Lcc David, of Manila, won a boudoir lamp for high score, the traveling award, hosiery, went to Miss Eunice Brogdon. Miss Marie Bombolaski received bath powder for the. cul prize and the low -score ctfl, n handkerchief, went to Mrs. Herbert Hughes. Included in the 32 guests were these from out of the city: Miss David of Manila and Mrs. Di;k Lewis and Mrs. J. W. Necly, of Caruthersville. ''*«»Has Club Parly. Mrs. G. E. Keck entertained the Thursday Contract club on Friday afternoon this week when Mrs. C. H. Willcy was a guest. The hostcsss used peonies and roses lo decorate her large living. room In a summer molif. For the. prize, she presented Mrs. F. B. " Joyner a crystal basket fi|led with garden flowers. . A' plate lunch was served. ; \ . ' » » • ratdwin-Sigimn T[ie marriage of Miss Nancy Margaret ...Baldwin and •./-Tommy '-s-'''- Allcml i). A. It. Mcclin S . Mines. Jobn W. E-:lrtngton. Maggie Barbicrs. W. E. Hunt, J. II. Lovewell and c. A. D.ivls attended the program meeting and tea cf the William Strong ciiapier D. A. K. at the home of Mrs. Claud Davis in Cra\vfordsvlllc yesterday. The principal item of business \vas the election of the following oflicers for Ihe year 1937-38: Mrs. D.- M. Biggs, Proctor, recent; Mrs. W. J. Driver. Osoeola. first vice-resent; Mrs. Maggie Dar- bicrs, Osceola. second vice-regent: Mrs. A. Arrington. Wen Memphis, treasurer; Mrs. Deasou Bond. Craw- lordsville, recording sscrrtury; Mrs C. I,, ,Goad, Marion, corrr.sponding Lccrclary!' Mrs. L. p. Ettrr. Marion, cl'.aplain; Mrs. F. p. ja- -.-cbs. Grlrtrr. life poet; Mrs. John W. Edrington. historian, Mrs. Claud I>,vvis. Crowfordsvillr. president c '\ .R.; Mrs. T. J. w. Devlin. West Memphis, custodian of flag; Mrs. I- 1 . V. Nerly. Marion, registrar. May Day Festival at Negro School The third annual May Dav festival of the Harrison negro school was held nt the school Friday. In the contest for i|i:e;u between Ite grammar school and the high schcol Louise Babbitt. I IIP high ifhoo! candidate was floelcd. The play. "When Polly Wa3 Quren cf the May." was presented cy 10 Iwys and yiri 1 ; of the school. Music was presented by Alma Mac While. No Temple. Services There will be no .Sunday-school Mrs. O. W. McCiilch-iii viiil r^^ turn today from Little Roek, where -be attended a stale conference of Democratic Women's -Study clubs in Arkansas. She is district chairman. -' Charles N'abcrs. of New Albany. Miss., has arrived to visit his moLh- Mrs. Alice Nabsrs, and his bro- wtip has been for Iwo weeks. Miss Cordelia and Miss Jossuhin! CARUTIlEfiSVILLE. Mo. — At the regular monthly mccling of Ihc Pomiscot County Epwoilhj-r. Mrs. Alice Nabsrs League. Miss Miuy .lulia Musscy ; th:r, Arthur Nabers, of Slcete was elected president for Ihc coming year, replacing Mrs. fi. I. Webber, of Dcering, \viio resigned. Approxiinutely 125 members al- tcnded the meeting, held at Cooler, with rcprcseritalives from Steele, Caruthersvllle. Ilayti, Deering and Cooler being present. Wlllilte have returned from St Louis, where (hey spent two weeks Jce T. returned last night from Cleveland where he completed a special lighting course. He wn recently appointed lighting specialist lor tin Arkansas-Missouri power Comciny. with which lie har been salesman fo: or Innnlc services .Sunday berausc of the abscn-r nt Rabbi Lyons \vhr> is allendiiic a convention ol the mini 13'rilh in Dallas. Tesas. Read Courier News Want Arts connected 53atc tiine. Mrs. J. A. McClure and sons Jce and Warren, have returne< Jonesboro, where they at tended tlic funeral ' of Mrs. Me Clure's uncle. Prater Linely. Mr. ami Mi's. Bennic Cook havi gone to Clarksdale. Miss., lo spcni the weekend with relatives. Eugene Still, of Plymouth, t, C., u-lll arrive tomorrow night fo visit with Mrs. Still, who cnpi several weeks ago. and her par cuts, Mr. and Mis. C. S. Stevens Mrs. Louis Appleb.tutn and he mother, Mrs. Adolph Weliiberg Osceola, will go U> Flat Diver. Mo Monday to visll relatives for few days. Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Hnlkmd \vi' motor lo Dyersburg, Tenn.. tlv nflcrnoon. They will be accnni pauied by tlieir lioiwguc-stK. Mr 11. S. Caldwcll and cliildrrn. Cyn- tiiia and Michael, of Hot .Springs, wlxi will tpmcl several day., tlierc LAKH S'l'HKKT MUTIIODIST • . CHUIIC11 M. N. Jolim-ton, Pasior Church Mliool meets at 0:45. place • to learn the things of od. Morning worship at 10:45. Mothers of Men." If mother• was nd is' a Christian, can we not •orship her Lord on this dn'y? Young people will meet at 7:15. 'reaching at 8 p. m. Reports * of the District Confer- nce will be given -'thai nishl. I-TliST Jir.'l'IIODIST C'IKIIICll H. l.ynn Wade, Pasior '. '•• S. K. Garrelt, S. S. Mll|i(. ''" lira. A. li. I'airliclil. Dir. nr Chuir Jliss lialhryn firrar, I'ianlsl Sunday School. !):45 A. M. A lass (or every age and grade. Preaching by pastor. 10:55 A. M. Special Mother's Day sermon, "pecial Mother's Day anthem by iholr, and solo by Rudolph Alor•is, of Jomsboro. ; Young People meel at 11:45 P.M. Preaching at 7:30 P. M. by Dr. S. W. Potter. Presiding Elder cf Jonesboro District. FIRST I'llKSKVTKKIAN CIIUUCII S. II. Sahmm, Pastor Mother's Day will be observed in joth the Worship services tomorrow. An arrangement of flowers and plants au:i an oil pnlnttn; of a Modern Miuiomia will grace the center of t!i:- platform in place of the pi.lpit throughout t::e day's services. Flowers lor everyone will )e provided in the vestibub. Tli? oastor will preach on "Goinj A- Motheiinj 1 ' in n, c morning. 'ROSS Stevens will ,siu s a baritsna solo. "Little Mother of Mine." by Bur- leigli. accoiiipanied on the" organ by Mrs. F. B - lien' 1 is thj subject lor the vesper meeting at (i:45 of The Pioncers- of-tlie-Cluireh, led by Mis-s Mildred Muir. Sunday school, D:45. Africa is tlie subject of the special Icsjon. FULL OO.SI'liL CHUIICH . Liliy uiiil Vine Streets \V. O. Siu^lelerry, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. K. W. Tianthnm, superintendent. P. Y. P. A., O':30 p. in. The morning service lit 11 a. in. and the evening service at 7:30 1). in. will be dedicated to Moth- er's' Day. 1T11ST CillilSTIAN CHUIUni Carruil Cioyil, Pasior Bible school, 9:-i5. Lei's honor our mothers nt church Sunday. Morning worship, 10:59. Sermon, 'A Mother's Sou." Evening worship, 7:45. Sermon "Lessons From A Flod." Youna People's meeting at C:4a. ^Mld-Wepk service Wednesday evening' it 7:30. Subject, "Meaning Noble McCullar. Al tiie service the Rylce < Service Will Be Broadcast ilitse special services. I'JLfmiH I.U'iTIEKAN CUUUCI1 -Sixlli and Walnul Slrrcls II. J. Kleiiulinnst, I'astur Sunday sc-hool. 9 ' a.m. Morning worsiuri. 10 a.m. Sji'iuon ttieiue: "Christ's Coronation." liible lecture, Friday. 7:31) p.m. Sunday school teachers' meeting Friday Friday 7:45 p. m.- The Bible^says. John 8. 47: "He that is of Gcd heareth God's words . . ." We invite you to hear His word. I An appropriate program of niu- jsie with a special seuuon on the theme, "Our Mothers, God Bless Them All." will be broadcast over KLCPJ from the First Mcthodisl church .Sunday, May !), beginning at 10:55 A. M. The anthem used will be "A Story of Home" and Ihc solo by Rudolph Morris of Jonesboro will be '"lliat Dear Little Mother of Mine." Calumet News CHRISTIAN' SCIENCE CHUKCil 7OX U 1 . Main "Adam and Fallen Man" is tlie .subject of the lesson-sermon which will be r.'art in all Churches of Chi 1st, Scientist, on Sunday, May 9. 'l>i? Golden Text is: "As we have borne the image of the _ , cartliy, we shall niso bear the Council_ meeting Monday after- ] imasl; of the heavenly." 1 Cor. , of • the Tower of Babel." Ncal Ford has returned from 1 1 Jonesboro, where he .visited relatives. Tommic Stone of Hornersville | was tlis guest of Richard Hall last week end. Mrs. Gene Lcdbeltcr of Hobbs, N. M.. is the guest of her mother, J. R. Ford. She plans to ; r.oon nt 2:30. Clioir practice ning at 6:30. Thursday eve- by Mrs. F. 13. Joyner. Mrs. Joy- i Morning worship, 11 a ner will ph } - "Caiizonstle," by Mas- inou subject. "Silver kell. for thi! prelude, anrf "Rondo Caprice." by Asbford, for the offcr- '.cry. A special "Hymn for Mother 1 ? Day." print:.-! in the bulletin, wi)l be sum; at the close bv the congregation. "A McfsasL- trr Mothers of Yesterday to the Mothers of Today" will l:c given in tV:e pastor's sermon in Ills evening service, which begin, at 7:30. Special music will F1KST BAPTIST CHUKCil i Walnut and Eitfhlli Altrcd Carpenter, Pastor 9:;to a. m. Sunday School. 10:35 a. m. Worship service. Pastor's .sermon topic: "His Mother." Antliem, "Sweetest Story Ever Told"—Choir. Solo. "Songs My Mather Taught Me" Mrs. Paul Tipton. Duct, "My Mother's Bible"— Mrs. Roy Head, Miss Marjoric I'ar- nEr. G:30 p. m. Baptist Training Union. 7:30 3). in. Worship Service. Pastor's sermon topic: "L^oi; Before You Leap." Young iKoplc's choir, directed by Alvin Huffman jr. FIRST CIIUItCH OF THE NAXAfiEXE Riipha D. Itcaslcy, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. in. E. L. Evans, superintendent. m. Ser- Tlircads Among the Gold." N. Y. P. S.. 7 p. m. Evening service, 7:45 p. m. Sermon subject, "She Hath Done »Vhat She Could." Monday noon prayer and .fasting. Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. Tiie Sunday morning service will dedicated to all mothers. A Mrs, spend Ilia summer with Mrs. Foi(i i and with relatives at 'Jone.<iboro,' iiKng the citations which rom- piise tiie le.sson-scrmon -is the follcwing from the Bible: "Because the creature itself also shall be delivered from tlic bondage of corruption into the glorious liberty cf (he children of God." Romans 8:21. The lesson-sermon also includes 1 the following passages from tliei Chrnlian Science textbook. "Science and Health with Key to the Scrip- lines" by Mary Baker Eddy: • "Through toil, struggle, and sor-' rcw, what do mortals attain? They give up their belief in perishable life and happiness; (he mortal and material return to dust, and the immortal is reached." Pa'jc 5H(i. The reading room is open each Tuesday and Friday from 2 to 5 P. M, 708 W. Main street. Alligator snaoping turtles lure fish within reach by Keeping in molion a worm-like appendage which grows inside the lower jaw. solo. "Tlie Sweetest. playcd by Miss Louise Dobyns. (Earth To Me" "Following tlie Trail Into At- I Name On lie sung by Special Services nt LiHIc Kivcr linplist Church Mother's .Day Sunday, 11 A. M.. and 7:3*U p. M. Elder W. I 1 , p lowers wilt preach All a re c o rd t:i! ly i nvi I pd "Go To Churcli for Mother" A Treat for Molhci: Menu - 5()c Pinco r,f Pea Soup or-. Tomato Juice Cocktail Ktullcd Celery Hearts, Garden Radishes ' ', Fried Spring Chicken with Cream Gravy Rcast Sirloin of Beef, Ail Jus Smothered Young Hen, Chicken Gravy Broilcd Choice K. C. Steak, Drawn Butter. Breaded Pork Chops with Tomato Sauce fcel:erg Lettuce, French Dressing Fresh String Ucaus Corn, Saute Nev.- Potatoes in Cream Sauce Hoi Parkcrhonse Rolls Lemon Icebox Pie Strawberry Jcllo Raspberry Jcllo. Whipped Cream Vanilla Ice Cream. Angel Food Cake Coffee Tea Milk GOFF HOTEL CAFE i.Mrs. p. p. Jacobs read n pajr-r -n the U. S. nap. 1776-1935. and iisrnssMl correct flag qtiquctle. The last matins; of the sear-on •ivill be a joint picnic v.ilh Ihc Cri'.- lenden County U. D. C.. al od- Jer Memorial Park. Oivcs Darcc. The Osceola Dollar rliib. complied of about 25 of Osccoh's y.->un<; men ,eli!crlaiucd with a dance nt ',re IWta Qi:cen Night club Thursday night, with Willie Bloom's ->r- cliestra furnishing thr-inuRic. Tiie >~lub is chartered cadi Thursday night by tl!e group for its party. * « » 3. D. Carpenter, county agent for Pnlaski county and Troy'Mullinf. agent at Mountain View, were the guests of E. H. Burns and Hie local cilice yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Ayres and children ara to spend Mother's Day Batiirday, May 1, at the Baptist church of Helena. First The SBBBB COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE Phone 106 MARGARET'S, BEAUTY SHOP nwr l.i l Chiller! Tnrai '.1:30 P. M. 6 to 9 P- ,luicc Fresh Gulf Shrimp Cr,ck:.vl -Fruil Cocktail Crisp Cr!civ ilcnrla ' U0!o Kadishc.s Grccti Oiu, . Ciiir.krn Kmp a la Royal consomme Julicnii!- 15oiUil Halil:-ii. Hollanriaisc Sauce HiiH Fried Fmx\., chicken. Molhcr's Style ''•'" Broiled K C. Tmdrrlcln Sleak on Toast. Mushroom Sauce ~ nrillrd l-iu:!:.-!; Lamti Chops with Mint Jelly ' iicilrd Stitar Cured Ham with rre.sli Garden Spinach • Spanish O:ii(Iu i:n Mciba Toast •... •' '•' Orange Sherbet Xo-,v Pntatws. Cheese Sauce -Corn; on Col) 'FrcMi Fnnlish Peas Buttered Cauliflower Parki-rhriisf iirlls Hoi 1-ran Mnlllns, Mother's Kt>: Head l.cltu-e and Tcir.alo Salad. Thousand Island niv.-n:.: fliuwbd-ry Shortrnke. like Mother madi- CIOK; B,\r Ciifiry Pio Rajpheri-j- Ji-llo .with Whipped l'n , I/inon Chlllon Pic Plnir,\m-ii! Simdar Motlier's Day Angel rood Cake Hnck or American' cheese. Toasled Salalines TC1 , , -..Milk ...-NOBEE Your Mot her Flowers On HKR Dun A coi.sayo. ;< box of ro, ! -r.^. cut fioivrr.s, or a potted i>Umt will make ynur n to! her liaispy on Mother's Day. Grave \vre;\ths ;\ro npin'cpi i-,itv and tcautiful di'i'orations in Her rcmeiiibiiinco. " i Wen i' ;i flou'n' lor your moliiii- Sunday. ^ RcnxmbiT—\Vo Trlcgr:iiih I'lnu- CI^ An>\vhcrc! of Flovuers 2flO E. Davis Phone A sample (inc. of Furs and Fur Coat a ai less than wholesale prices. This S;ile Will Take Place in Our Store For 2 Days Only MONDAY-AND TUKS., MAY 10-11 .Ml. OF TlliiSR I; UI!S arc urw I3:I<-1!HS samples. Tach ami r\rry RLirn-.cnl individually slytcd lo mccl Ihc most drsrnininatins. If yiiu are lunlrmt.lalhi^ (lie purrbase of a ncauliftil Fur Coal fcr ne\t \(inter, it will absolutely pay you In i.-rlccl one no«- al this Sale. M> !lf)I"UT you ar? aiv.irc of Uir fact (hal Furs will be kifally advnm-rd ncxl season, and al Ibis iale you will be in a position lo buy a Fur Coal at Hie Gn-alcsl Savings (0 j-nu, YOU CAN SKI.KCT YOIJU KL'K COAT SOW ItV I'AYINX; A KMAI.I, DKPOSIT AND YOUR COAT WH.l. in: irw.i) ix coin STOKAGI; nii;i: OF CIIAIUIK rx- TII, I.M.I.. KACIi and evcr>- sarmciil sold carries a uridcn gu.yanlfc fci TIIUIIK Yl-.'AKS, aLsn free .storage. All of tbrsc Furs weir m.nic liy (In- well known MOXTKF.AI. F(,'lt CO. •A l.iliEKAI. AI.i.OWAXC'H Rivrn on your olil furs ai:d fi-v Ky inirchasinif >cur Fur ('cat new, you arc al>- sclulcly assured of ;v XKW KWU'I.K COAT at less than u hairs-ale. We will have \\iih us li rcprcbculalivc from ihe I'artory lo lic[p and assi>t you. We also dn l*rp.»irin^, Krmedrlhij;, Ucllnlng. Cleaning, and Glazing ami sloiinj rf I-'urs. SA1.K STARTS MONDAY, in A. M. lilylhc.ville, Aik.

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