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PAGE TWO ML1THEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1937 Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Homecoming of Women's Missionary Society of First. Methodist Church, 2:30 o'clock at church. Executive board meeting of Women's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church, 2:30 o'clock ai church. \V. M. U. of First Baptist Church meets at church, 2:30 o'clock. TUESDAY'S EVENTS W. M. U. of First D apt is I Church meets 2:30 o'clock at the church. ; Tuesday Bridge ciub meets with Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. Tuesday Afternoon Bridge club meets witti Mrs, J. V/. Admns. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Executive board of Sudbury 1 D . T. A. meets 2:30 o'clock at school; regular jncDting nt 3' o'clock. W. M. U. of First Baptist Church meets' 2:SC o'clock at tho church. Delphian Fine Atrs club meets at Hotel Noble 11 o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS W. M. U. of First B a p t i s Church-- meets 2:30 o'clock at tne .church. Midweek club meets with Mrs. W. L. Homer. Thursday Luncheon club meets with Mrs. J. A. Leech. Thursday Contract club meets with Mrs. John F. Lenti. FRIDAY'S EVENT'S Executive board cf W. M. U. of First Baptist Church meets, 2-CO o'clock at home of Mrs. Waller Bishop. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children of the Confederacy meet with Nancy Hughes. .....THURSDAY CAL— Jewish Ladles Aid 'meets' o'clock with Mrs. Ike Miller. FLAPPER FANNY Bits of Newt Mostly Virgil Greene ivas In Memphis on business Wednesday. lien Elliott, who Is working on the river out from Memphis, spent Thanksgiving with his parents, l>r and Mr*, p. B. EJIlott. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Welch' iflid son. Wilbur, and daughter, : J Helen Welch T roadway, '; { *^- t daughter Faye, arrived today from Crenshnw, Mte., to Welch's brother, Loy visit > Mr H. Welch to ArntoiTl r. T. A. Meets The Armorel Parent Teachers' Association met Thursday. Nov. 18, with the president, Mrs. Co- zinc Blackwell, in charge. After a brief business session the program was opened with tabeth Borum, Jenny Wren aillaliunty, Mildred Moore, Delia 'urtle, Gloria Martin, Elaine Anerson, and Maybdlo Snider, Mr. nd Mrs. C. W. Affllck, Mr. and vlrs. B. J. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. M'.ss Kathcrlne North to Mem-1 r.ut phbs yesterday. Miss North and I Mr, Domblaser, who is Mrs. S. 51. Salmon's brother, spent Thanksgiving here with them, Mr. Dornblaser returned to his home in err that devise evil? but sen-ice nt 7:30 o'clock- the 'pastor iV.. B. Nally. Mrs, W. L. Horncr, | Arkadclphia from Memphis. While Mr; and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas, Mr. in Memphis Mrs. W K. Salmon ,nd Mrs, Thomas It. Ivy, Mr. and Wrs. Arch Llhdsey, Mr, and Mrs. . E. Hasson, Mr. and Mrs. L. i. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed;ar Borum, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. VTcClurkln, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sailey, Mr. and Mrs. Farmer Eng- atxl, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Harbert. Fails McCulla, , James Edwards, Ira Gray jr., George Dillahunty, Max Usrey. Elmer' Ltmlsey, Pete Thompson, Carl Leigh, Jack McHaney, James Terry, Jeff Roland, Stanftll Cutchen; Hardy -Gray, Tom Beaton,, p.'. H, King,? Harry Atkins, Marshall Elected,' J. A, Leech, Basil Lock and Victor Ivy. t. D. Trickey. of '<'Mompiiis, spent Thursda'y>here with .his sister, Mrs. W. B. MtMullih, ;ancl family.. Misses Lau'fa;Lbu Campbell arxl " Salmon received medical treatment and all of them parade. saw the Christmas Mrs. W. P, Langdon, who has teen sick for the past week. Is much improved. Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Regnler and family moved to Little Rock Tuesday, where they lived before coming here last summer. Dr. Regnier will join the army staff there.' Mrs. o. E. Keek and daughter, Miss Margaret Keck, were In Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worthington and daughter. Miss Thelma Wor- thinglon, spent Thanksgiving In Clarketon, Mo., with Mrs. Wor- thlngton's sister, Mrs. W. H. Easley. and family. Ann Draiighn, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harris Draught!, foiraerlj "Hash yesterday, soup today. And just hist week I was (t-clin 1 sorry for people who had to c;^t 'I ]i;niksyi\'ijtg dinner iu ;) rc5t;jiinuii!" ] and Mrs. Welch over f the weel ..ml. , " • " Mrs, Virgil Greene and daugh ler. Miss Evelyn Blythe, spen Thanksgiving with Mrs. Greene' sister, Mrs. Earl Quhm, and family :'n Osceola. Mrs. Dick Lewis and daughter Shirley Ann, of Caruthersville came Thursday to spend the wee end with Mrs. Lewis' parents, Dr.. and Mrs. F. B. Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Koonce, Mr. and Mrs. Malcomb Koonce and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilford Reed and oilier Wends in Riptey, Tcnn., Thursday. Mrs. Hoy Koonce remained for a longer visit and the others returned that night. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Potter and T. S. Dean attended a Shrln- c'rs' dinner at Pine Bluff Thurs- ___ ...... ^ Dora "Coppedge 'attended the'X here and now of Sikeston Mo' ' ....... nercy and truth bhal'. be to them iiat devise good." Proverbs 14:22. Among the cUtiLions which com- pise the Lesson-Sermon is the lo'.lowing from the Bible: "Submit yourselves tho'refbri! to God. KfSlit the devil, and !iii will flee from you." James 4:7. The Lesson-Ss-mun also includes the following passages (n>m the Christian Scle'i/e textbook, "SU- cice and HeaKn with Key to tlie Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "Let us feel ihc divine energy of Spirit, bringing us into newness cf life and recognizing no mortal nor material power as able to destroy." Pafe 249. .A Christian Science program broadcast each Wednesday at 9:JO a.m. ovfr KLCN. continue his study "The Meaning of Methodism," •.n >! Sixteen widowers and nine men who had been divorced under 20 years old, were included in the last British census. ROXY Admission Always lOc & 2*p_ how every night. Matinees fr'rl- ay, Saturday & Sunday Only, rlday & Sunday Matinees start :IS p.m. Saturday Continuous howlng from 1 to 11:30 P-" 1 Night shows start 7:00 p.m. group singing of the song, "America". The first and second grades presented .two playlets, "On the Eve of Thanksgiving" and "Un•grateful Children". Robert Keith talked on "What My Library Means to Me", and Miss Djilu Pintle spoke on "What the New State Library Commission Can Mean to Oiir Community". Miss Winnie Virgil Turner read .'tlie president's message. Refreshments were.served by Mrs. E.. L. Hale, Mrs. J. C. Ellis and Mrs. Grover Ashley. * * * Cotillion Club j Has: First Dance The first, dance of' the Blytheville cotillion club was held at the Hut Wednesday night in honor of • Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hays. Mr. and Mi's. Bernard Allen arid Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Oglesby, who have recently moved here. .Tlie dance was attended by members of the club, 30 stags :incl four other guests. Mr. and Mrs Julian Betts, of Memphis. Miss Martha A.n,i Lynch, who is here on a Thanksgiving vacation from ntteixliiY from many who were .sent invitations. Mrs. A. O. Hudson, president, of the W. M. S. states. jMrs. Godwin L'nlertahiy Club Mrs. Ray WorUiington and Mrs. W. P. Brewer were guests wiien the Tuesday Afternoon Bridge club met at the home of Mrs. M. G. Goodwin Tuesday afternoon. A Thanksgiving motif was carried out in the tallies, decorations and refreshments of a salad ptate. Has Thanksgiving t)hmcr Mis. Ruth Crawford and Jake Barber were host and hostess at a dinner Thursday noon at Mrs. Crawford's home on Holly street. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Earney, of Wynne, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Barber of Holland, nnct Mr. and Mrs., ft. F.. Parks, of'this .city. !. Twelve o'clock dinner was served at a table decorated" in a Thanksgiving scheme. Osceola Society — Personal Christmas parade in Memphis last night. -' ', . W, W. Hollipeter, who has been 111 for, several weeks, has had a Slight relapse. Hftes Rota Hardy and niece, Mary Gray, went to Gates, Tcnn., yesterday to visit Miss Hardy's mother, Mrs. H. M. Hardy. They will return tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. 'T. J. Burke spent Thursday with relatives in Fulton, Ky. Mrs. Marguerite Dolan. of Little Hock, was the guest of her sister, Mrs, Eibert Huffman, and Mr. Huffman, Thursday. J. H. Smart, Mrs. E. R, Dickinson, Jan Dickinson, Mr. And Mrs. J. M. Jontx and .sons, Robert and Billy Jontz, Beulnh Elizabeth Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smart and children, Miss Evelyn LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets 11. J. Kitcndienst, pastor Sunday school 0 a.m. Morning worship 10 a.m. Topic: "Church Visitation Sunday". The Lutheran Hour 3:30 p.m. over KLCN and 17 other stations. — •' "• ~- "^" vv,it, ivlv. uvd mjt^lv illlu "t| Ullln blilllUllb will return to her home tomorrow! Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Sub- after visiting Marjorie Stevens, I ject: "The Surpassing Christ", daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rossi Brief congregational meeting af- SteveWs, for a lew days. W. W. Hawkins has recovered 'rom a severe illness. day. Mr. Dean received a degree -LaNelle, Jim and Don. and Mr n Shrlners work. Later they at-!and Mrs. Murray Smart and Murray jr., spent Thanksgiving Tyro, Miss. Holstou Robinson returned to his home in St. Louis Thursclaj tended the Oklahoma Blufl football game. City-pine I Mrs. J. Vv. Barter, who has ue>m i in Johris Hopkins hospital in 3al- I tiinorc fcr the past three months receiving treatment for arthritis, will return home Bader Is greatly Mr. find Mrs. C. L. Moore '"id Miss Fall Nichols had as. their p.ursts Thursday ,Mr. and Mrs. ii. C. Rose and Mr. and Mrs. Charles tomorrow. Mrs. improved although she will have to walk with crutches for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Best nnd Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Breed, all ol » Mrs - J - M - Rose and children of Rowland: " cAlph '?' wc ™ ''5™ T1 ! UI '» By Mr. and Mr*. C. E. Paly andl '»* Mr daughters, Corrinne and Carmine • " nms of Memphis. Dick Rose of aflcv ville, a visit here Tenn. Mrs. in Nash- Robinson ant ter morning service. Sunday school teachers' meeting after evening service. A cordial welcome extended t ASSEMBLY GOD Seventh and Arh Slreels S. H. Rhodes, pastor 9:45 a.m.. Sunday school 11 a.m., Morning service 4:30 p.m., Jail service FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TVaJmit and Eighth Alfred Carpenter, pastor 8:30 a.m. Sunday school 10:40 a.m. Morning worship sei 1 CHURCH vice. Music — "Angels of Jesus' double mixed quartet. Offertor solo, Mrs. Farmer England. Ser men by the pastor. 0:30 p.m. Training unions. 7:30 p.m. Evening preaching ser 5:30 p.m., Junior Christ Ambassador class 0:30 p.m., Senior Christ Ambassador class 7:45 p.m., Evangelistic service The public is always cordially invited to attend these services. Sunday will be All Day Members Day and we invite the public ! as well as tire members to attend i FIRST PKESBVTEKIAN CHURC vice. Special music. Sermon b pastor. . All-Church Night Wednesday 1:00 p.m. Departmental meet ings 7:30 p.m. Mid-week service 8:30 i!.m. Choir rehearsal Sunday - Monday -. land will remain with the Moorcs In Chicago, spent Thanksgiving £011. Holston. remained for a longer stiiy with relatives. Mrs, Elizabeth How ell and daughter, Miss Nettie Howell, of Paragoultl, were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. M. J. Srltc. Clarence Vollmcr, formerly of here, visited here yesterday while enroute to his home in Memphis T. Phillips, who is working'' 1 ' 01 " Johsboro, where he attended these services." We are sure that it I •on attend church at all three services, Sunday school, morning worship and the evangelistic service, rou will go away feeling better :han when "you came. until Sunday. i here with Mrs. Phillips and fam- Among the members of the high I Hy. school and grade school faculties' Mr. and Mrs. W. Owen Blue at- who spent town were . . . the holidays out •>! \ tended the Christmas parade Mr. r.iid Mrs. Joe Memphis last night. in Trcrday Club Meets Rhodes, who went to Couway tp; court. Miss Prances McHsncy, who is attending Arkansas' State College in Joriesboro. is spending the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. McHaney. Mrs. W. L Osbornc returned Rhdd /paZts-^ «*»•«"' Rac °° b >™' wll ° * >? S t,night from Waco Tex. wh re ,±frv..£"±i, ^'"l^rthw Macon Andrews busm^khe vlslto , her mother for £wo visit Mrs. and Mrs. day in Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. 13. I.. Presson went to Jackson, Mte., for the remainder of the v.'eck; Miss Dorothy Starr visited In Lit- In iwempins. is visiting ncr|,.,feelK. she was accompanied by parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dob- her sister, Miss Mary Hanna, of aiKl Dr. Baird. Mrs. Fftnnie Hale of Memphis ri the week end guest of her brother, J. C. Young and family. St. Louis where she Washington University, and Miss Louise liruggerman, hotis?gucst schoolmate of Miss Lynch. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin entertained tie Rock; Mrs. John Miller the Tuesday Bridge club at her ' horns Tuesday afternoon, when Mrs. Edgar Borum and Mrs. R'ls- sell Phillips were visitors of ttie. club, A two course hmcli was served at small tables in the sunroom, which was 'jecoi'fltcd with chrysanthemums. Chrysanthemum shaped talliss were used. Mrs. Hairy Kirby had high score and Mrs. Phillips, second high. « * * Dance Given Fnr Entertainers The Woman's club entertained the girls and boys who participated in a recent program of the literary to Dyerstnrg to be the guest of of Morte'tte, were „ 6 ,.,,,., her daughter, Mrs. J. Paul Baird' cstcrd|ly <,, . Mr and Mfs- M T _ yns. over the holidays The Hcv. and Mrs. W. F. Coolcy, of Joiner, Mr. and Mrs. J. Nortls and Miss Dorothy Shclton, dinner gucst.s Moon. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and son. Jimmy Lowe, were also guests nt the dinner. Mr. ffnd Mrs. George Palmer Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Grigsty went and Sheldon H. Hall went to Deto Memphis to meet her father, c.jwitt. Ark., yesterday to spend this H. Hollabaugh of Marshall, Ark..; week dnd. who will spend the -,vrek end hcrei Marlon Gray, Jim Wilson, and In the receiving line were the!department, with a dance at the quests of honor and ino officers club house last night. 'Hie prograr- of the club, Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp, Mrs. Max Wootsn, Tha-:l • Nicol and Max Logan. The nest dance given by club will be during- mas holidays. the Christ- was a playlet from "Gone With the Wind." Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Hubcncr, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Blpmeycr and Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Price received the guests. Each member of the cast njkeci several friends making a total of about 50 present. Meeting. as their guest, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Lynch and Dudley jr.. drove to Russellvillc, Ark., Wednesday to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Moore until Sunday. •Alien • S!graves, who is n student at the University of Ark,in- i Misses' Dorothy Wilson and Jean Lambert, of Memphis, were guests Thursday of Mr. GYay's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. M. Gray. Joe Craig and Hnrolri Rosen'thal attended tl)e Alabama-Vanflerhllt football game in Nashville Thanksgiving. sas, Is here .for the Thanksgiving M '-s. G. W. Dillahunty and chil holidays. with his > parents Mr drcn. Miss Jenny Wren and George, ' and Mrs. G. B. Segrnvcs. Horace Eastham of Little i Mr. and Mrs, W. E. GillDsple, Susie and Wayne Taylor vis- arrived last, night to be a wetki > tccl relatives In Dycrsbtirg, Tenn., Entertains Friends Jimmy Carson jr., was host to Jour of his friends last night at the .Christmas parane in Mem-, - „-- -.--„-, phis. They v;erc Nannie Mae lies-1 ° r the program on adult cduoa- sie, Margaret Jean, Billie Joe Dean! ti=:i at the executive board of Lhe and Raymond Edwards. Jimmy's! Woman's Club -IKn'chcon yesterday end guest in the home ot Dwight H.' Blackwcod and family. Mrs. E.'A. Teaford and Mrs. E. JS. Shippen arc in Gulfport. Miss., ' for .several days with their sons, Ambrose and Joe. -students in Gulf Coast Military ademy. ••. Farmer England had chu-gc Miss Mabcl Blltlel . cf -' gt ^^ grantJmothcr, Mrs. W. E. Hessic, and Miss Kathalecn Hessie took; them 'he club 'building. George M. Lcc was chair- I man cf the arrangements for the * * * i two course lunch served the 12 To Observe j eucsts. A basket of fruit was used Week t>r Prayer. j fcr a centerpiece on the tsble. The Woman's "Missionary Union i Curing the business meeting fol- of (he First Baptist Church will i '' cwin G thc program the women ot serve a week of prayer for (ov-l ma de plans for a bingei party to next "wejk withl tc Biven Dec. 7. Reports from all eign missions meetings heid each aiternooii standing committees were 2:30 o'clock at the church. On!S' vcn a "d a Christmas party :or c . Friday lastcad of the w, M. U.' Dcc - 1T « ;is planned. hams. . Is spending the holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. w. A. Butler. She will return Saturday. Mrs. Andrew Florida spent se*'- cral days this week with her parents. the Rev, and Mrs. C. E. Welch at West Memphis. Mr. Florida and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland drove down [or her yesterday afternoon. Mrs. H. S. Wilson jr.. and chll- dren of Little Rock arc her? :'or, n few days visit with her cms .Mr. and Mrs. J. L Thursday. Svisie remained for longer stay, but the others returned ttiat night. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Earney jr., of Wynne. Mr. and Mrs. w. H. Barber. o( Holland and Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Parks visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith jr.. in Cape Girardeau Thursday night. Anfong those who attended the football game at Forrest City Thanksgiving Hardy. Erne were Misses Lee Terrell, Rosa Mary Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Snydcr and daughter, of St. .Louis, visited Mr; .and Mrs. B. S. Simmons Thursday. I-Donna Wunderlich is spending the' week end in Memphis with her aunts, Airs. Estelle Cooke Voylllmcr and Miss Rose Lou Cooke. W. J. Wunderlich jr. 'is Visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cooke, at Luxora. Mrs. A. M. Butt and daughter. Miss Ruth Butt, and grant: daughter, Betty Black, returned yesterday from 'Cape. Girardeau where they visited Mr. and Mrs W. M. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Jnhn Thurmond jr., and children and John c. Thurmond of Gracey, Ky.. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Holland Thursday. The elder Mr. Thurmond is Mr. Holland's grandfather. Among those who attended the Christmas parade in Memphis tonight, are Mrs. Ross D. Hughes and children, Ross Dillon and Nancy Ann. Mrs, Byron Morse and soti Bill, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Bell arid daughter, Betsy, and Mrs. Russell Phillips and children, Betty and Russell. 'Claude P. Cooper has returned from St. Louis, where he was In CcruTt, for four days. Tlie Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Salmon. Mrs. W. R. Salmon, and John Salmon took John Dornblascr and FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Eupha D. Beasley, pastor Sunday school 9:45 a.m.. Noble McCullar, superintendent. Morning worship 11 a.m., sermon subject, "Where Is the Lord God of Elijah?" N. Y. P. s. 7 p.m. Evening service 1;30 p.m., sermon subject, '"Preparing for Our Lord's Return". '' iJikE STREET METHODIST CHURCH F. M. Sivcei, pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a.m. Morning service 10:45 a.m. Young People's meeting 6:30 p.m. Evening service 7:45 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES 708 W. illain Sf. "Ancient and Modern Nccrc- niancy, Alias Mesmerism and Hy>- notism, Denounced" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all ChurclK-s of ClirUt, Scientist, on Sunday, No- S. H. Salmon, iiastor "God's Methods and Motive" is the title of the pastor's message for the morning worship service tomorrow at U o'clock. The Adult Ohcir will sing the anthem, "Let Us Sing Unto the Lord", by Lorenz. Mrs. Joyner will play fcjr the prelude, "Sabbath Sunrise", by Sawyer, and for the offertory, "Consolation", by Mendelssohn. In Uie evening worship service, j beginning at 1:30 o'clock, the pastor will begin directing our thought toward Christmas with a sermon on "The Unseen Light". The Senior Choir will function in the evening service. Sunday church school meets regularly at 9:45 a.m., and at 6:45 p.m. both the Juniors and the Pioneers have their vespers: '' •: vember 23. 1937. The Golden Text is "Dp they FIRST METHODIST CHURCH H. Lynn \Vadc, pastor Preaching at 11 o'clock by the pastor Sunday morning. Mrs. Joe THe.schman will sing a solo. At the evening service at 7:30 o'clock, Dr. Eugene W. Potter, presiding elder of the Jonesboro District, will deliver the message after which he will hold the firet quarterly conference. Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock the women of the Missionary Society will hold a homecoming social. At the Wednesday evening 517 W. Ash WE WANT PECANS HENRY LOBERG* Phone MS pa--] Wil-! ——FOR CHRISTMAS^ Ho wiil appreciate a quality gift from our whiskey shop . Whiskeys, Wines, Gins and Cordials CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Slain an* Division The home demonstration clubs, under the direction of Miss Cora Lee Cclermm. will prepare and serve lunch to the club D:c. 10. At the Hospitals Jean Norman is a patient in meeting, the exccuttva board \vill meet at the home oi Mrs. Walter Bishop. .On Monday Mrs. Walter Bishop will have charge o! the program en the subject, "Looking Unto Je-i sus in South America." | Miss Trcsslc Allen will lead the program on "Looking Unto Jesis in Manchukuo and China." on i She Memphis Baptist" hospHaV Tuesday. Miss Cordelia Wilh'.tcl Ann Cjninn Wilson, two leads the program Wednesday oil old daughter of Mr and Mrs Looking Unto Jesus in Mexico, Earl Quinn of Osceola has been Nigeria, and Japan." On Thursday admitted to the Memphis Baptist the program topic, "Looking Un-'hospital. to Jesus In Europe and Pales-] Mrs. B. C. Stewart, of Dyess, is S. 3 patient in the Memphis Bapttst hospital. H. W. Franks is in the Memphis Methodist hosipral, Mrs. John Cowan, cf Luxor.i. tine-Syria, will be led by Mrs! G; Barnes. O!d Members Urged to Attend ._ Because the records of the Woman's Missionary Society of the First Metnodlst Church were destroyed in 1926. members of the i present organization are unable to extend Invitations'to all who were members of the society before that time to be present at the homecoming celebration to be held Monday, 2:30 o'clocS, at the church. However, all are urged to attend. Acceptances have been recclvel has been admitted fo the M«m- phis Baptist hospital. Printing on a noiseless typewriter Is done by pressure instead of percussion. A small weight on the back ot the type bar gains moinentnm as the bar Is started, .pressing the type against the pfpfr with a minimum of noise. Head courier News Want Ads. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Young went, to Nashville, Tcnn.. Thanksgiving 1 for, the Vandctbilt-Alabama " football game. ! S hoc Repairing Satisfies Btith Shoe Shop 115 So. 2nd Wanted Pecans Highest J'riccs Paid WOLF ARIAN E. Main Phone 17B Harvey Stewart Dr. P. A. Robinson STEWART-ROBINSON Succeeds City Drug store We Specialize In . PREvSCSlPTWNS MediclnU ..Wuie.. &1 : fclquors 2014 W. Main ' Phone 20 GIRLS! EARN MORE! Increase your income by well paid profession . . . you fan be a lic«ns«( Bcaiitic.wn with Six tn< training ... enroll now in the Modern tteatity School Eagle School of Beauty Culture Opt'H I Meeting a |^ Stftfo Requirements for j ' "i A l*Kiinu*iu "aiirt ATi^dinr 1 ! Cooper Bldp. Arkansas antl Missouri. State Approved Low F COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS Special Course for Youtig Men and Harbors _ Wrile for fxrtl details to LESTER FISHER GIPSON 515 Krwstfh Avc. ' ,Jor.esW>ro,'Aik. DIKE WITH US SUNDAY .Delicious Foo<Ks Carefully Prepared Special 'Dinner 75e Special: * C'hnfcc: T-Boiie Slcak Halt Fry ttii< I'rcsh Crappie Fish Hot Hoi Is CoiTrc cr Milk Half Try Fresh Oysters 1-Vcnch Frys A- Salad Cottcc or Milk 50c not Merchants Lunch 50c Choice: Baked Chicken & Dressing Fried Chic-icn & Cream Gravy Baked Ham with Kaism Sauce, Vegetables: Heslon Brown Potatoes Creamed F« s Stmed, Corn tlansiia Salact Co fire or Jlilk Apple Pit Hot ROIK Simpson's State Line Tavern Highway (il Arkansas-Missouri Slate Li Everything for yotiv enter- lainmcnLaml comfort. Saturday Only GTMU'EKRYBODY.-.. SINS WITH GENE!/ You're all invited to tojnltafunin Community Sing. > ijrx** ' It's a gcana least Also Cartoon & Scriill ..j nng | e l, atcnncc'' wild Frank Duck. Kimt Episode. (I marie a mistake '" last Saturday's ad when I saM final chapter). Continuous- showinR. Aihni.SNicn I ill 5 Adtnif'sion after ,* p.m. Iflc * p.m. IGc & Sunday - Monday Also VaramcimL News A EDGAIf { E KRGhN A CHARIjEV McCAH- \ THY in "Day al Ihc 'Races," Admission Sim, Mat. A Xiijlii Jg c aiifl 36c. Mori* IVSaliilW! lOy ^ £6c Admission MOM. Night Igc & #<j c

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