The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 6, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 6, 1937
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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FLAPPER FANNY Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Women's Missionary Society of 1 the First Methodist church meets' at 2:30 o'clock at the church. i Cirles of Vf. M. U. of first Bap-1 ttst Qh.urcli meet as follows; Circle j 1, Mrs. Leslie Moore; circle 2, Mrs.> Josephine Wert; Circle 3. Mrs, E. L. Hale at Arinorel; and Circles 4 and 5 at the church. Lake Street Methodist Church Woman's Missionary Society meets at home of Uie Rev. J. T. Hood. , Circles of the Woman's Auxiliary j or First Presbyterian Church meet! as follows: Circle 1, Mrs. W. D. i Chamblin; Circle 2, Mrs. Carroll! Blakemore;' Circle 3, Mrs. Mattici . Allen; Circle 4, Mrs. Alice Woniack. i TUESDAY'S EVENTS i r . Young 1 Matrons' BriBge ' ciub meets with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Tuesday club meets with Mrs Floyd White. ' D. A. R. meets ! o'clock at home «f Mrs.. W. T. Oberst. , THURSDAY'S EVF.NTS Thursday Luncheon club meets with Mrs. Ross D. Hughes. Thursday Afternoon club meets with Mrs. Max Wooten. Blytheville School News CENTRAL SCHOOL Hallowe'en 1'atles Central P. T. A. sponsored Hal- Irxc'in parties for the Central children las! Friday. Tlie following lilgh relicol girls took charge Marr, Rock. The Xizaitne V. H'. M. S. and W. F. M. & Meet it Slrclc The members of the Young Women's Missionary Society ami the 'Women's Foreign Missionary Society met at the homj of Mrs. O A. Dunlvcn at Steele Thursday night. Among the 20 present were three out of town guests. Mrs. Lucite Cooper of Clarksdnlc, Miss.. Mrs. w. I. Mitchell of Jackson. •Tenn., and Mrs. Carrie Suinmcrneld of Memphis. The meeting was opened with a song by the group and Miss Dorothy Uylee Coffered a prayer. The Rev. Harold Thompson read Psalm 101. After a short business session. Die quests played games until a plute lunch was served. * r * Mis? Virginia Martin To Be Arkansas Grid Queen Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Martin, will be cKnvnjd Miss Arkansas ot the George Washington-University of Arkansas football game. in Little Rock on Nov. 20. Miss Martin !s attending the University for her third year. Khr •is a member el Delta Delta Delta sorority and recently vjas elected to Swastika club, one of the outstanding girls' organizations en the campus.-'U ji^j'... . She was elected, by t'r.e members of the "A" club'.- 1 . '• -•' • Entertain Out Of Town Guests Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby en- tertainei several out of town guests last night after the foat- ball game In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown of Eaugus. Calif., house guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A Leech, Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Hzle Jackson o[ Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lowrauce .ir_ ol Driver. Mr. and Mrs. Foy Hammons of Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brasher of Bauxite.' and Mr. and Mrs. Le?ch and Mr. and Mrs. Farmer England. .MKTJIOIHST CHURCH II. l.ynn U'ailc, I'aslor The Hev. Harmon Holt will cou- I call" which begins next Thursday j Our new Senior choir, of which »-e are most proud, and which is being trained by Mrs. Charles Bright, has promised us a special number for this tver;uig worship seri'lce. Tlic hour Is 7:30. At 9:45 the Sunday churcli sdiool will open all departments, and at 0:45 the Pioneers and the Juniors will have their separate vesper services, f - .,.„- " ,.r;"" '"" "'"" ^"»'s<-- i"t uujiunumiy or secins,' the cf the vailous rooms and direct- (lire, "Held!" last Thursdav I'lMJKlM 1-U'lltKKAN CHUKCli!" 1 BKBics: Marjorle WaiTcn, Bon- 1 muisclay. Sixth ami Walnut Streets I1le Je!m Buchanan. Alice Sallba, i LANGE NHVS H. 1. Ktelndltiisf. Castor i p «8By Dujarskl, Eugfnia Craw-! The sixth crade Nature club went Sunday school D a.m. j orcl, Molly Guard. Elizabeth Dux-j on a hike las!" Wednesday after Morning worship 10 a.m. lermo:! j'"'• Manrcra Snliba. and Nedia] noon to McLcorl's Pond The bovs I'hy Brother shall Rise | "rrryman. Eolli indoor and out- and girls are studying' nature as SATUHUAV, NOVEMHKK 0, l'jl',7 who has moved to Little sixth grade pupils thank Miss Turner, Mr. McClurkln, and Mrs. McCutchen for giving them lire opportunity of seeing the pic dcred the following Hallowe'en program Friday afternoon. "The Goose Girl", Mary Lee Swift; Hallowe'en poem, Ruth Pannell; "Daddy's HallowB'en," Evelyn Stanfield; and "The Jack o' Lantern". Helen Wheat. * » -t The Unge pupils wish to thank Mrs. McCutchen for the privilege of seeing "Heicle". 1. JltllllL.JJi ilUJIy rtltl CULl- » -.---".morning .services In the i A * ail1 '" of Hi* Rev. H. Lymi | T1 ' c Li'Uieron Hour over t!i e Alti- ducl the Wad-, who is atteiullii£ conference ' '""' network, 3:30 p.m. Tune in to Ih. | KLCN. Hear Dr.' Maier's address: , in Fort Smith. j "Rebellion Against God". TKMFI.I-: KKKM, - , „ ...... ik-itnau t'ull.ich, Kabbl ! series ol three sermons on "Apos- 1:30 p. m. Sunday school classes!' as - Vl tl!C Hardening of the Heart. i'HI meet. Pails will be assigned j aatf " ln sln Against the Holy the Hiiniiukati, Festival of I Glllwt '' "'ill be begun tonight. . - ~— ~ "• •""' *"" i """ B"IS are tsvuovinc naiurc as rtocr games were played and ap- [ their unit of work.' They brought |:les were s.-rvcd to the pupils. I back to school many specimens of first Grade | flowers, seeds, pods, leaves nnd ber- List Tuesday afternoon the mi-[vies. Ell* of .. ^ r " fi : firacle visl ' c< l the | The pupils of the sixth grade who „ . ~ - • r — " - >••"!>.*< i*j^ | i..^ [nii'ii.^ V i v [lc aiAin giatie wno fcvenmg ft-irshlp 7:30 p.m. A new i'"'•''' *'' a(t * «t Laiigc school. (were neither absent or tardv durln" .ri. K nf ii,.... ,„„,„.„ nctly Holland brought n pump-i th e past month are; Bryce'Layson Kin to school and the children I Finis Hardy. Gerald Lambert, Or Indication or lights, program on i Sundays. November 28. •I I), m. i're-Armistice Day ser ClirtKllan Instruction class meets Mondays and Thursdays 3:30. Sunday school teachers meet af- •• i'. in. rre-Ai tnisuce Day ser- ' •J iit ^ ui ? ov-uuu. LL-.iciiers meet ai- ilc.*. with appropriate readings! lfr " lc el ' cl "nff service, from literature drnUn? ivith man's 'Ambers arc exocctc:! to attend search for peace, will be held. The I tlwsc serv i«s; visitors are cordially tlinne ol nahbi Po!inr-ir'= c nh.«n.,: Invited. The tlinne ol Habbi Pollack's sermon '.ill be: "Albert, Einstein, the Prince of Peace.' the second of « CIJIHSTMN st'lKNCE SKftVICKS «He.-: of discussions on "The Jews' '08 W. Main Contribution to Modern Thought.", "Actam and Fallen Man" is the Weekly current events discus- subject which will be read in all "i\°liaiMn \uii mean—a fciur-leaf clover's unluckyr" 'Always tomes nut MII.II;-, ivlicn urn [<lny 'llc'-l» Bits of News Mostly Persona] Two Paris Novelties .-ion. wit!; questions, nnd discussio Churches of Christ, Scientist. -,-,.. . t «v-j,.u.«.> mivi viiavnaaiun ^i»«*»-nvo <j| t/iiiISL, otl&nilSl Oil from ihe noor. will be 1 started im- Sunday. November 7, 1937 mediately afier services. ; 'Hie Golden Text Is 'it Is tlic iTicnds ol oil creeds and Ac- spirit that, quickeneth; the flesh nuninnticjis me cordially Invitee!, i Prorileth nothing." John 6:63. i Atnon<; the citations which com- .'SSI'.MULV OF (JOD .CHURCH " Siviiilli anj Asli Streets N. II. I! hnJes. !U-,tor 0:4> a. m. Sunday school. 11 a. m. momine, service, 4:30 p. m. jail service. 5:30 p. m. Junior Christ Am l::i:sndor class. C;30 p. in. S:nlor Christ ta::«a<lor class. ! prise the Lesson-Sermon ,\s the I following from the Bible: "And as i we have borne the Image of the earthy, we shall also bear the imnge ! of Ihe. heavenly." I. Corinthians ; 15:49. Am- • '^ lp Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the Am- i Chrisllan Science textbook. "Science and Health with Key to Scrioturci" inmlc n juck-<)-lantcrii to complete the decoration of the room for Hallowe'en. ville Elkins, Earl Walker. Phillip Graves. Patty Jean Gibson. Jane McLeori, Plo) 1 Dr, Washburn's Sister Succumbs in Illinois Dr. A. M. Washburn, formerly of here and now ot Little Rock, was here last night enroutc home from Geneva, III., where he had ueen with hLs only sister. Airs. Everett Clark, who died Tuesday afternoon. Funeral services for Mrs. Clark were held Thursday afternoon at Geneva. Mrs. Clark, with her husband anil two sons, visited Dr. and Mrs. Washburn here several years . Jean •- - —•• •<*<• wisi< p i- it*j- c^iuitJJIt'j JLiiii \Jt\ldl~ Donald Peterson has returned toi'lina. Gwendolyn Nase. Caorlyn Pe- SLl'.col after several days illness.: tcrson. Charlene Panter. Helen Second «iailp i Dclk. Dorotliy Hardy. Frances Pres- Tlie boys and 8ir).s of this class- j » f ". Jewel Hollls and Elizabeth Ann me making "A, B. C" booklets this|Simpson. week. ! In assembly last week a Hallo- Third (irade I we'en program \vas given with yiir third gi.icle pupils are tiis-! POCIIS and stories. Miss Turner read irc.<-'.se<] over the loss of their ra-i some Hallowe'en pcsms to the cliil- dio v.-hich was taken from their! dre ". room some time during last week! • « . r.nd. " ! The following 38 children had These children harl it luncheon j )* rf cct attendance in the first grade in their room Wednesday. Guests r ° r tllc month of October: J. L. met at tlic door by the host. Blown - H. O. Belknap, Jlminie Bea- fiavlri vvcod. nnd the hostess. Ma-i vel ' s - J(l »"n!e Chcatom. Freddy i ••" Lou Jo.vntr, ivho showed thfini Caltlvve11 - Gerald Dozier. P. B. El-1 Hind- i^iinnr. TI,« i_i.i__ _! rid". Vfnfwlv Wpricrtrt nimi uriln n;i_ ago. tl Read Courier News Want Ads. S sive by Having hoes Repaired at mith Shoe Shop 115 So. 2i!rt , to their places. The tables were decorated Ameiican flags. Mary Jo Nabers' mother brought home made fudge which the chil- dr;n enjoyed very much. The Fourth Grade members of the fourth der, Moody Henson. Glen Hale, Billie James, carlin Johnson, Clyde Landrum, Beiinie McCollum. jimmy Powell. Jamss Presnell. David Sandidge, Elmer Lee Taylor. Nathar Wade, June Autrey. Doris Brown, Fern Brown. Sue Bradford. Betty Cameron. Lynne Critchneld. Lavern <R1TZ| Everything for your enter lainmcnt and comfort. grade made poetry books this week ' Collier, Virginia Ellison. Margaret "Heading forj He!c " Hodge, Fanny Lou Ingram, Raymond Holder, of Hushes, nt- endetl t'.:e &\mc here last night 'lid visiie;! his sister. Mrs. Fred Sandefur. nnd Mr. Sandefur. Miss Cell Lutoi). of Memphis, is the week curt guest o£ Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wetenknmp. Wilbur Oeuniug will spend to- r.orrcw in Jonesboro iritli his bro'.her. Frank Oenning. Guertn. Marion Tompkins. "wfiv Jlmtnie Boyd sr.. [omurly of ctte Shepherd and Sue Ramc-y.i ' crc all<! llow ° r Equality. 111. iart night at dinner before tlie I * a _ s lim Fame at which Miss Crawford vas crowned queen. Miss Sarah Paulme E\rar<i sas also a guest. A four course dinner was served z\ the dining table decorated with yeiktv and white cl".ry£anlhcmums Football favors aere given each of Football Qceen and Slaids Are Enter!aiutd Mr. and. Mrs. OUs Shepherd en- teriaiiied the citj- high school fool- tall queen fcr 1931, Miss Winifred Crax-ford. and her maids, Misses Marjorie Warren. Bonnie Jeanne Buchanan. Mary Francs Mr. and Mrs. Li-roy liclicrrr of Slcston. Mo., ware here list night far t>e foctboll game. Mrs. Helserc' has \'fsitecl licie many times with cousin, Mrs, J. W. Adams- jr. Mr. ami Mrs. Alvester Hopkins 5f Jaci;«on. Me., and Miss Matiie chatp of Cnpc Oirsrdeiiu, Ma., arc pending the wftk (-net with Mi lucl Mrs. W. H. Btoviill. Miss £'.iatT. Mrs. Hopkinr. ar.d Mrs Stovall r.rc sisters. Miss Jano Cunningham, of Mempiiis, is tr.e guest ot her twin fistcr. Mrs. 1 \fr. Crawfonl. Cliarles ; Da^is nnd c!aui>lvtei Mrs: -i'i. E. Barcnfcr. of iCansas | .ity. Mo., l^ft this morning toi , Dallas. Hauston. and other points if Texas, where they will visit tefore reliiinliig i-j 'their !:ome They had been visitinn Mr. and I Mrs. R. p. Klrshner nnd Mr. nn^ i \frs. Ev;rctt 13. Gee here slnct Wednesday. • Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wilson ofj Memphis, accompanied by Miss, Sally Wilson an:l Alfred Malstrom I 5f Baltimore. Mo., are spending 1 the week tml here with Mr. Wil-. ifn's parents. Dr. and Mrs. C. E. 1 Wilson. Miss Filso u is Dr. Wilson's i example an;i not fall to come out have also put u ne-.v binding on mcrnlng and night. Yc« wilt find F1KST BAPTIST CHl'RCU \V:dni;l jiul Kigllth Alfred Carpcntrr, I'astor 0:'tfl n. m, Sunday school. U:4(, a. m. morning worship. I, COSPKL CHUItCH Lilly pud Vine Streets O. Sinslelfrr.). pastor K'uulay school 9:45 ». m. Momlnit services following. P. V. P. u. 6:30 n. m. Evening service 7 p. m. The revival will continue Hiroi'ijliout the week with the Rev. • f. in. luuuiitiy worsillp E- ^. ,, ,,.. . " "- 1 "Onward Christian Soldiers" M ^^'oi'tcr. of St. Lo.iis. — - - - wMUH-ri. j , wM ,^ cach evcnlllg imprest is choli-. "Sliall I Crucify Eim" quartet. Sermon—"Did the Preacher Fall?" Pastor. G 3i, p. m. (ruining unions. 7 30 i). m. evening preaching "nice. Music—"I Ani llapiiy tn illm". suns by"l\lLss Mai-jorie Var- 1 ncr artel' Alvln Huffman jr Sermon -. -when God Asks YOU Questions. Do i'ou Answer?" pastor. All-Ciiun-h Night. Wcrin:iuay 1 00 p. m. departmental mect- 1 i"S- ( 1 10 p. m. Mid-svcek service. 8 3(. choir rehearsal. ! M-:iV MBEKTV BAI'l'IST i CHURCH faslor . .. are Invited to good set-vices. Special sing- is a feature at each service. nnd you icnrly welcome. , will receive a FIRST CIIUKCII Or THE NAZARENli Euplia n. Ueaslcy, pastor EnntJay school 9:45 a. m.. Noble McCullar, superintendent, •Morning worship u a. m., sermon subject. "The Bi ea;l of Lite" , N. Y. P. S. 7 p. m. i Evening worship 7:45 p m I Sermon subject. "The Great As| s-cmbly of the First Born." I Tuesday night, choir practice at I 7:30 o'clock. The < BrclherhKd meeting every Sat- 1 Wednesday night midweek j i UKiny night at C:30. | i:rayer service, conducted by the " ' Tre w. M. S. meets ei'crv Sat- I pastor. Cycn:; velvet with the clre.p cellar ', Promptl Thiirsday night, w. p >r. romantic rap; by ScUnp.i-1 u «lny night at fi:3o. ,„;;,„. „. r „, K i nude of UistujMs black: Preaching service Saturday night have business nnd social meeting )y at 7:30 followed by the f st hcme "f Mrs. Ecicll Thompson "•'" ' ' ' ! cmbrcitiered in tl.irtc silk tutl:ifly bow trimming is ir.iivc ribbon. The, regular monthly business meeting ' Tl ' c the guests. * • * Lames' Bihle Clais Meets The Ladies' Bible Class of the First Methodist 'church met last night at the home of Mrs. Frank Webb with Mrs. L. M. Burnettc as co-hostess. Eighteen members and F. D. Hanchley ?jnu son «[ Dallas. Tex., will return to their -.sme tomorrow havint been ««ests :f Mr. and J{r.«. Tom Martin for .1 week. Mrs. Fntoicr England ar.rt Mrs. C. W. Afflick are in Memphis lo Jay. Milton Treadwny uf Senatobia Mi?s.. returned to lit, home yes ?rcay p.ftor \l.~iliny iiis -sujtei 1 . ^trs rcm Martin, and Mr. Martin. Paul Ruckman. of Joiif.sboio. attended the game r.cre br.t ni^ht. Mrs. Estelle Cotke Vollmer ;vnd daughter. Ann. 'of Memphis. :m cussed for making money for thc; NevV)x>l " """ organization. The members decided ; lhclr ? a ' l>cr - E. C. Patton. H. upon a silver tea to V,c given later 1 thcm tn M ark « 1 Ti'cs- on. I Mclvin Parker, of \femphip. at The hostesses sc-n'ed sanciwicli".s j lclll ' ed '° business and visited " ' ': friends here yesterday. hot chocolate and cookies. Osceola \ Society — Personal Miss Pauline Hires has recovered i from a four weeks illness because ot an infection following a rabies : inoculation. black ! ° r the church. | k unday scr.ool every Sunday mouiing at 10:00 o'clock. Prraching sen-Ire every Stur.lay iHorning at 11:00. Eaptist Iralning union nn<i preaching service Sunday night at 6:30 and 7:30 respectively. At 11:00 o'clock Sunday morn- ii'S the pastor. Howard H. Kins will bring the last of a scries of I ing. on Stewardship and tltli- Word was received here yesterday of the death of Miss" Dora . Moore at- her home in Jackson. Tcnn.. yesterday afternoon. Miss Moore was a sister ot the late W. L. Moore of Osceola and had visited here many tiroes. Mrs. Moore has spent the past week in Jackson at her bedtidc. Funeral services weis held today in Humboldt, Tenn. Dr. W. 0. SJieddan. Jlmmie aws^Uicy. and A. D. Sims of Blytheville returned Thursday night from n four days motor trip through the Great Smoky Moan- i lain Nalionyl Park, A&lrcville, N.i Vj,C., the BlUmprc eitalc, and (lie j Cumberland - Mountains of Tenu-l essee. - i ' Miilayaiii Di-regard Anlliem i FEMAMO. British Malay* ilJPi j —Cinema proprietors here 1-ave Jcridcd to slop playing "God Save The King" at the conclusion o! performances becHUie Mo not observe manner." in audiences a fltting About five quarts of air arc contained by the average man's lung;.. Now concerning (he tithing: Abraham practiced it. Gen. 14.20- Jacct promised it; Gen. 28:22; Mcses prescribed it. Lev. 27:30; Mnlachi preached il. Mai. 3:10. And Jesus said, ye ought not to leave it undone. Matt. 23:23. F1«ST PRKSBVTKRIAX CHUIICH S. H. Salmon. Paslor 'Clod's Division of Labor", or "God Plans a New Economy" would cither ; on c lie a correct, title for the pastor's sermon in the morning worship service which bfgins promptly at 11 o'clock. There will be special music by the adult choir and organist as always. 'The American Red Crass" will be the evening worship theme, our Cliurc.'i's bit in the preparations Dems made for the animal "roll has returned from a 'rip to Hugo, Okla.. and will prsach at both services. This church swings open w idc its doors nnd cordially invites all friends to come anil worship. Grass Fire A grass fire, in the alley at 1700 West Main street, was extinguished by the fire department at 11:55 o'clock this morning. No dama°c was done. ° The alaiui at 2:15 o'clock this afternoon was for another grass fire on Matthews street. CAHI) OF THANKS We wish to extend our sincere thanks to those who were so kind and thoughtful during the illness Hid death of our daughter. Edith Ogle Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ogle and family. last year's bound copy. Twenty-nine members of this class had perfect attendance rec ords for school. the second month of , - ---- ... ---- Clarence Bunch, Edsel Harbor, R. Q. south- ard, Mary Ellen Crawford, Rutti McCollum. Cherie Prevost. Melba Lynn Walker, and Frances Baugh- Fifth Grade At the club meeting the treasurer, Becky McCnll. reported s»v- c-ral dollars collected from club dues nnd paper sales. This is to .be used socn in the purchase of n radio. Mnxine Evans was program chairman this week and Mary Prances_Nunn, Lura Psalmonds in Jack Smith has gone to visit and Ann Dillahunty took part the ...program. Mrs. Clements gave a Hallowe'en party Friday afternoon for the third grade boys and girls who had not been tardy or absent for three weeks. These children attended the party: Alice Akers, Betty Atkins, Damon McLeod, Ruth Seny. Noble Lambert, Mary Lynn Sandidge, Peggy pitman, Emma J. Helm, Philine Fisher, Burett c chism. Ida Mae Swift. Erma June Swift. H. R. Mosley, James Peterson and Beruice - .. Me- j Hallowe'en horns in ! The children wera his grandmother in Pine Bluff. " ] Roberts. The following children have had . » * iierfect attendance for the first' The second grade at Lange school two months of schcol: Gregory i went to Mrs. Wilson Henry's for a Bimtln. Billy Caudle, Billy De- i Hallowe'en party Friday afternoon. Long. Jim Smart.. John Bruce! The housa was" decorated with w :lson. Russell Wilscn, Maxine I ghosts and jack o' lanterns. Evans, Bonnie Mae Oarrett. Sara \ The children enjoyed games. Picfc- prace Joyner. Edna Mae Killa- ' ett Stone jr.. and Edna B. Marx won crew. Becky McCall, Juanlta " • "-" ' ••- - •-•' • Mullin. The following have had peucct: «.""vwmi^ nim 5 u] 3 v;iuicn\i uin>Mv;a attendance for the past month i candy and popcorn balls. The cookonly: Harry nay Brooks. Billy ! les each had big Hallowe'en faces Crowdcr, Luther Wimb=rley La-' 0 " the m. icrne Russell. Dorothy Crawford i ' ' * Ann Dillahunty. Margaret Mil-' The pupils of the fifth grade ren- chcll. Mary Louise Reeves, and'' Mamie Young. The class clccoratee!, their room or the Hallowe'en partv with '."gin leaves, a jack-o-1antern and cornstalks. contest. a served hot chocolate and gingerbread cookies. This class slh Grade will miss Kenneth .• Wanted Pecans Highest 1'rices 1'aicl. WOLF ARIAN J2S E. Main rhonc 176 {FREE INSTRUCTIONS In Latest Styles Knitting JBBJIXAT" KNITTING YARNS 5 Mrs. Leslie Hooper U09 Chtcknsawba Phone,792 WIVES 'lie fur-trimmed evening gown or ultra torr.iil \voav. M»ned con Patou. is in Mack velvet i!h fpiial tviiniHliig tn silver fox v silver !o:< <,\JM is wcikcci in i, tloul)!: fplral eflrxt A load weighing 1100 time:, IL< own weight can be pulled by a fK, J. T. If f«r your husbanrt you care And him you want to bold. M-ml him lo Sudtrarj-'s •ruytions!'. His onl, altntction irilt bt (<> SUDBURY'S PLAYHOUSE Sudbur T Harold Siidbur.v FREE GIFTS'^ E GIFTS ' Given Away lintil . Only a Shod Time Left to 1'renave ftiv (he Save Q tt A. U [ O |.-;,,( s „„,] ARIAN AUTO P/1RTS Hemorrhoids-Piles CURKM WITHOUT SURGERY & Safe, sure and nllh lcs s flbcomforl. All tliscasrs and conditions ot ncnous origin, foot aitnitnls and skin cancers treated and turcil at our clink. DRS. NIKS & NJES 5H 08 Blylhcvillc, Ark. Bring Your Friends For A DELICIOUS DINNER Get acquainted with our fine food this week end. A new .clean place to cat only ;t few minute* drive from your home. SUNDAY MENU Choice: T-Bone Steak Ifalf Spring Chicken FlT-sh Crappie Fish with French Fried Potatoes and Salad Coflec or Milk 75c Pleasant (Surroundings Kxccllcnt Food Delicious .Service Merchants Lunch 50c 'Choice: TSakfd Duck & Dressing Stewed Chicken <fc Noodles Rcast Pork or Beet Vegetables: Creamed Potatoes English Peas Com Loat Salsd: Slicwl Tomatoes Dcsscrl: Fruit Jello wiUi Cream Coffee cv Mill; Try Our Home Maclc Tics Simpson's State Line Tavern Hijfhway 01— Ark-Alo State Line Saturday Only ...the'kids .. and the steamed • elect! most uproariously i hid i.J£D P«flUIY . 5HUISY DUN! SWING IriNCrON.JWSRl 91UXM -fftmm HOWSH . clones awv tUNf CilUOH • C1OKNCE IOBEIIIS r .JIl\l1 MAHAH . JOAN MAUSH B.- . MMUOIIE WEAVK tlsn Cartoon & Serial. "Juujlc ileiiace," with Frank Bui-k. Ccutinuous Sb&v.inj \dmiisioii till 5 D.III. 10i- A 2Cc Vdmission afti'r 5 p.m. 16c * ^lc Sunday - Monday Irene Dunne & Cary (,'raiU trt 'The Awful Truth 1 with _ Ralph Hellamy and Alexander D'Aroy. ."Mcci tlic Most Delicious, nc- lovcl.v Diverffp «lm ever jjol her Man! Irene's a. Scream; Cary's a Scream; m the merriest romance r seen. Also Selected short & 1'arumounl News. Admission Sunday Matinee anil Night 16c t v 3Gc. Admission Moil. Sfal. ll)c Jt 2fic Admission Mon. Ni e ]ii ](; c ,v -,s,. ContinucHs Klion-in; Sunday. ROXY Admission Always lOr vV iilir Sliou rvi-r, night. Mnlincc.s I'ri- . Saturday ft .Suiul.iy Oulv. Kriilay & Sunday Matinees start l=> p.m. Saturday Continuous oiiiii^ from J to 11:^0 p.m. Nignt shows start 7:01) p.m. Last Time Today 'Stars Over / Arizona' «ilh Jack Randall the Sinking Cnnbny Also Cnrloon jt Serial "Itadio I 1 !!- trol' 1 with Grant Witlicrs Admission for Cliililrcn I-'ri. A Sat. onlj . V5c , Sunday - Monday Blues 7 with Dick 1'urcell, Man- Urian, Warren H.vnier anil Joseph Sawyer .Ms-) I'tiv \c«s & C'oincily

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