The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 11, 1937
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, PAGE TWO Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Circles of (he Women's Auxiliary of ihe First Presbyterian Church meet ;it 2:30 o'clock tis follows: Circle 1 with Mrs. J, Nick Thomas. Circle 2 with Mrs. nay Worthlns- (on. Circle 3 \vith Mrs. RKS Hushes. and at 7:30 o'clock, Circle 4 ivilh Mrs. IS. A. Bugs. ' 1 Woman's Missionary Society of (he First Methodist Church meets 2:SO o'clock at church. Circles of the Woman's MiSMon- nry union of the Fhst Baptist Church meet Meuchiy ns follows: Civclc 1, at the church; Circlo 2, Mrs. Murray Smart; 1 Circle 3. Mrs. LerJie Moore; Circle 4, Mrs. John Buchanan; Circle 5 nl (!:<? church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Young Matron's club meets with Mrs. Max B. Reid. Tuesday Afternoon club meets with Mrs. J. w. Adam?. D. A. R. meets with Mrs. Conway. 1 o'clock, WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Delnhisn, Fine Arts dull meet; 3:30 o'clock Hotel Noble. Wednesday c!uh meets ivith Mrs. W. J. Wimdcrllch. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Uttle Theater mcoLs nt court room of city lial!, 7:30 o'clock. Thursday Bridge Club meets with : Mrs. Fml Rutherford. Thursday Luncheon club meets \ with Mrs. Byron Morse, . Jewish Louies' Aid meets \vith Mrs. H. Hess. B o'clock. [ Midweek club meets with Mrs.! B. A. Lynch. I FRIDAY'S EVENTS | Woman's club to have Christmas i party at club at 2:30 o'clock. | FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Bits of Newt Mostly Perwwd • •' ' 'cssBaassM Mi's. Harry Klrliy. Miss Eflic Leo Terrell niul Miss J,ena Mae Oliver are In Memphis today. W. I.eon Smith Is in Little Rock today. Miss Betty McCutehcn, «-ho is attending Rollins college In Wln- terpark, Pla., returned home last nlglit to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Mccutchen. She will be hero until Jan, 2. Mr. nnd MM. George Stickler nnd Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Nicholf attended the Christmas parade in Qanilhersvillc last night. Mrs. H. C. Sutherland and daughter. Mrs. clarence MeGec, ot Por- •tasevllle, shopped here this morn- liifr. Mrs, Gordon Wright. Mrs. Marior | Harrow nnd Mrs. Mauri Green, ol Ciiruthersville. shopped here yesterday. Mrs, E. M. Terry and Mr*. B. A. "r'amily presents arc ^oiii" in just :iiHmt bust inc.. -I wish I w n s [,;„.•[; ; n . kindergarten so ( could t;et by with matcti scratclicr* and crayon draw- li. U. C. Meets • Ten members ot the Elliott Fletcher chanter of Ihe United Dauah- ters of Die Confederacy were pres- cnt when they met nt the home ol Mrs. Marvin Robinson 'Thursslay afternoon for their regular monthly meeting. After a short business session, presided over by the president. Mrs: Cliarles Alford. Mrs. J. W. Badcr led the program on Ihe state of Floruln. She was assisted by Mrs. Blanche Hall and Mvs. M. Fifzsimmcns. Eacli of them told of seme development of Florida and its earliest inhabitants. The hostesses. Mrs. Robinson. Mrs. c. E-. Crigger. nnd Mrs. John Smothcrman. server! coconiit cake, ccflee, nuts anrt candies. After tlio incethu; Mrs. Alford rielivcrcd o wool blanket to Mis. JameS'B. Clark as a gift from Ihe club. Mrs. Clark wns unable to be there because of illness. Mrs. Clark, who is president of the state organization of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. alr/> received many gifts from t!ie Children o! the Confederacy organization when it met Saturday nl the home of Nancy Hughes. Daughter Born A seven nnd one halt pound daughter, who has been named Kay Holland, was born Thursday to Mr and Mrs. J. D. Lunsfoul at their home at 1030 w. Walnut. . Parties' to be Given For Miss Margaret Keek Mrs. Rupert Crnfton will give n supper bridge party for Miss. Mir- garet Keck Tuesday night nt 1 o'clock at her home. The parly wnl be the fourth of a scries of sevcra 1 parfte given for Miss ICcck in honor of her approaching marriajr to Don Smith. Miss Huth Bir(l ulans to have parly for Miss Keck sometime nest week and Mr. and Mrs. Pranl- Whitworth and Miss Nell llnrri« plan to have a dinner for her on DEO. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Max. Logan will give " dinner in Miss Keek's hsnor on Dec. 21. and on Dee, 22, Mr, atid Mrs. Whit Goodman, sister an-? District Leader Of Woman's Clubs jls Siscaker llor-'. Mrs. O. L. Robinson of Earle, president, of the Forrest district if Fe:le; - iUed Wtiinen'.s ctubs. spoke in "Clu'o Women's Rcsponsibili- irs in a Changing Eva" ill tin: Mgulnr mccllny ol' the niythcville Wamnn'M dub .vpslwday at llu> ;lub V.onse. The named at a later mecllnc. Lectdtvillc Socicly — Persona! .. „„ „ , .. I I l.'llnn Alford. secretary; and Mrs. Mrs, tlla Harper of Alexander., ,,, p Mnr(m , rnnsurer . I'permlcndenL of the state train- T i, 0 .,,.. uoilU | V( , cfflc ,, v:t „„, ii(; school for girls, iqxikc un "N;nv Psychology of Correction." Tim meeting, which was presid- ] I o\'cr by Mrs, 8. s. Steinberg. ', Jlinirmun fit : public, welfare of the I loville club, \vn.s a iiinchonn' Tor t::c executive board prepared I oy the Mississippi county council] if home demonstration clubs. II. vas the public welfare mcclinjr oir his year's procram un;l was raven n honor of the district president, Mrs. Robinson. Mrs. C. E. CriRser rnmrnrd Minnks tor the lunch and Mrs. E. 7. Blcimycr. prrairtcnl of the BJytr.evillc Woman's rliili. KUVC he address of welcome. After Mrs. Elcrnbc-rg paid tribute to Miss 7ora Lee Colemnn iui:l the rle- noiistrallon chilis, sire. j. A. Payne, president ol Ihe cminly 3imcil of hcine demonstration -•lulls, nnd Miss Colemnn. comilv I Btigg were In Memphis yesterday. Mrs. Bugg will be there for a few dn.vs. Among those .from this city who attended the Christinas parade and dunce In Carut(uir»ville last night were Misses Mildred Moore. Jenny Wren Dlllahnnty, Joy Phillips. Jessalyn Blomeyer and Kathryn Wal- Iiole. Jomes Edwards. Paris Mc- Cnlla, Jimmy Hunt. Frank Bell, Robert Baxter, and James Burton. Miss Jessalyn Blomeyer is spending the week end with Miss Ruth Williams, of Wilson. Miss Altsi Mae Garlineton went Ho Memphis today to .spend the Mrs, Avis Sylvester was elected I '™'t end with l;er mother, Mrs \Vintliy Mntreii of -niythei'il'el R K Darlington, of Scarcy. who Chapter No. 270. Order of Eastern' rc—nlly an operntior Star, at. the UK-dlii 1 ; last ni'iht all 111 lier ku , eo al Campbell's clinic Cie hall'. IMrs. Grirllngtoi) is Hindi Clhrr ofarrn; rliTled for I<i39l Ml " L> s Mary Bain. Allycc N=l- vr.-c: R:\teiKh CvlviTtcr ivnvcr.'!" 0 " ""i Grfvcc Phclps arc in Mem- nircn; Mrs. j A. Saliha usso". l pllis tcday. cinte matron; Louis Isaacs', nsyj-j T , 01 " wlll t»'0!'lh wKlswiit ! 'iats pirtron; Mrs. Lollie Smil.'i.! ™ Jor . ?l )0 _ ral!o ! 1 V^terday nt Ihe conductress; Kmma Kale Richards, as-sociale conductress; Mrs. Mrs. Sylvester Is j Chosen Worthy Matron Memphis Baptist hospital. Today Mis condition Is good. BLYTHEVlLLJa, (ABK.) COUBIEK NEWS :HES SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1937 OF <1OI) CIUJKCII] and Ai'h directs I Rhodes, rosier [ Sunday sciioo). II a.m.. Morning services. 4:'J3 p.m.. .tail service. 5:30 p.m.. Junior Christ Am,•,-,:.-' adors claw. j 0:30 p.m.. Senior Christ Am-; t.issador class. | We give (lie ptiUlc ; , ,.(.-r s ||al vltatkm to ulii'iHl ;h;ie tw-l \itxs. | Come up io c!:«:';ii mid Irtj )'.!!• .''OULS C<! nl! Cl,'! tt'Ilh ''^0(i.| tl'.in when .vnr. rotiim. - 0 yo.-,r homes, you svtll feel ix'tter. i CHH1STIAN SCJKN'CK SKKVICKS ' 70H W. Main St. j God the Preserver ef Man" is i the subject of tlic Uason-Scrmon ; whlcli will be read in all Churches | ol Christ. Scientist, on Sunday, IX'- ! cember 12, 1937. j Tlie Golden Text Is "The Lor:l | shall deliver me from every evil i work, and will preservn jne unlo! his heavenly kingdom: to whom hv ' glory for ever and ever." II Tli thy <:18. Among the citations which com prise the Lesson-Sermon is Ihe fol- j lowing from the Bible: "Fov what nation Is there so great, who hath God so nigh unto them, as thej Lord our God is in all tilings that we cal! upon him for!" Deuteron- ( otny 4:7. ' The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the 1 Christian Sciepee textbook. "Science ] and Health with Key to tile Scrip- j lures" by Mary Baker Edily: "The j 'divine ear' is not an auditory nerve.' It. Is (tie all-hearing and all-know- j ing Mind, to whom each need of j man is always known and by whom ! It will he supplied." page 7. A Christian Science program \a j broadcast each Wednesday at 0:30 a.m. over KLCN. I A Variety of House Frocks That Can Be Made Quickly BY CAROL DAY pLENTY ot these simple dresses in your closet, will see you daintily through'the whole winter. With one pattern like 8094 you' can have a half dozen finished in a few days. Malting each one in a dillcrcnt color and print will give all the variety you want in these workmanlike dresses.' The diagram at side indicates how easy this dress n to tmikc. Note that it is cut ,'n uiic piece from shoulder to hern with only darts to snug Die v.-iiistlme ,'in<t see also that lii* diagonal closing of the blouse KIVCK a pretty slimness to u< e silhouette. ""he pal tern include.'! a vvi pletc- sow chart' with fully ilfo. Crammed instructions. Pallorn 8004 is designed /or I/".-; M, :ifi, 38. 40. 42. 4-1 and -»t; '••i/e :!(i requires 4 !i-S yards n? :)5 or Minch malcrKil iv'illi -,l;c'i ••leaves; with long, 4 7-8 yarOs. The new WINTKH PATTSKN BOOK is ready for you ;ici-,<.- It has 32 i>aL'es of attractive d/: ••iji's'fw every si/.c and every oi'rasio:-.. Photographs s h o -.V dresses made from the::e ;^i terns being worn; a fcatuw you will enjoy. j.ct the e!T\nu;ni: lU'sigiis in this new bonk hpib von in yoiii' scv/inj'. Out 1 pn<- tein and the iicw'Winln- Pn: tern Book—25 cents. \Vi:>-.-i Boole alone —15 cents. For a PATTERN of ll:is ::(. tractive model scud 15c in CO!-'! your NAME, ADDRESS. STYI.K NUMBER and SIZE to TOD -\Y'!> PATTERN BUREAU, II STKRLING PLACE, BKOOK- L i ?i, N. \. Artrtrcss your envelope to Hlythcvirif cotirw r>c>vs Today's Pattern Bureau. 11 Sterling Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. oij-rr i I': i Kiviera uf Uonuns found CAIRO (UP) — Sir Flinders PC- Irle, 80-year-old archaeologist, has uncovered the site of Anthedon, once a thriving summer resort In ">c southeast corner of the Mediterranean, Anthedon, whose name means "Flower of Delights," was a rlvlorn for the idle rich during the roman occupation. Kverylhinif for -your tiiinmcnl und comfort. Saturday Only 8094- Ciirluon & Serial, -Myslfnous Pilnt." No. 1 with milk Howkcs. Sunday - Monday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH v Walnut and Eighth Alfrcrt Carpenter, pastor 0:;!0 a.m. Sunday School 10^0 n.m..Morning worship. Mu- -"Ood So I^oved tlie World." ionic demonsiration ngent, guvc J '. '^. Mrs. M. E. Nrishlrjrs of Mississippi Is visiting; friends and relatives here this week. Mrs. Don Hargrove* and .Mrs. Kadlcy Robins and children wer.- Ihe gursts of Mr. and Mrs. 3--n Itcid Sunday. Mrs. Ed nuwell niul daiicluei. I.Iliis Loucllle. were Brylhcviftf visitors Wednesday. Mrs. J. if. Morgnn wa.s a Fllv- thevllle visitor Frlrlav . Cculrul Ward's P. T. A, Winner Of First Pri» Central Ward Parent Teachers Arscciatlou won the five dollar prii-.e at Ilir r.oininuiiili- stunt night held last night nt tlii higii sclitiol Hiidllcrlmn and sponsored hy (h c senior high school ctnw. Girl .Seoul. Troop 7 iron the (lirec tied for third place with each receiving one dollar ef th e two dollar prize. Central ward p. T. A. pave -> school room stunt entitled "School Daze". The Scout Troop stunt was similar with il.s title beini; "School Days". The American Lesion had choir. Sermon—Christ Wrapped." pastor. Sr.'IO p.m. Training Unions •, 7:30 p.m. Evening preaching service. Music—"The Coming of Jestis." choir. Sermon—"Einergeicy Religion," pnstor. All-Church Night. Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Departmental meetings T::m p'.m. Mid-week service fl::)0 p.m. Choir rehearsal. r."-Cnnndi<in soldier and entertflin- or. will give a sacred reading. "The Sisn. of the Cross" by Wilson Barrett. Captain S:cvcll ctelighted the i"-avcr meeting group Wednesday niglH in the rendition of Chamiing Pblioch's "The Pool". All our members and friends arc cordially in- vlletl to attend these services. Billy Holt and Fowler Lendcnnlc will play a duct at this service with Billy playing the trumpet and Fowler, a clarinet. warship, beginnim; at 7.30 o'clock. Miss Dobyns will play the organ numbers, nnd the Senior Choir \vill sing. Simday Cluirch School at, 9:45 A. M.. and the Vespers of the Pioneers and the Juniors, at 6:45 P. M. complete the sclicciuii! of services. But, a full attendance of toth Choirs is requested for n practice at 3 P. M., followed by a rehearsal of the C'nristmas pageant at 3:30. i ;reetin(js from the clubs. Mrs.,'.' 'aync exijvcsscd the apprfriation 1 • llm ' i A M S '- .v 1 ' 11 ,' 1 Alcxalu i cr | Buitcr Hay to play DLs .iccordtoii ! Our Sunday ASSEMBLY OL' GOD CHUItCH Enpha 1). Bfasley, pastnr Siindsy ichooi, D:45 a. nr, Noble McCuliur. .superintendent. LUTHERAN ('HUKCIlj • Mornlnn worahip. U a. in., Scr- S>vth and Walnut SU-crts l mou subject. "The Voice of Hoiw." U. ,1. Kleindieusl. ii.istnr | , N - Y - p , S.. 7 p. nl. '• Sunday schini i) n.m: •"'.'.. '- $' El ;*"BC)is(ic : service. 1:30 .p. m. Morning worship in a.m. Theme ,;„><•',• rapvnrrfitttv mmni;i ef sermon: "Abide by the Holy « ,M ,"••""* CW'RCil Scriptures." \ S ' »• s " lraon ' Vxim The tulheraii Hour U:30 p.m. over I "Worthy Witnesses" will be the Mutual network. Try KLCN. Hear | to ' )ic of lllp Pal >tor'.s messag: in nr. Maier's topic: '-Sdcnce Docs " lc morning warship service be-j Mot Cliallenw Bible Truths" ] ginning at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Joyner's ] Evenin- worship l-.M p.m. Scv- |°''8nn prelude is "Moderator Assai", • mon'touio. "Jesus and" I'il-1 by Gvln ''i«. and her Offertory will rrim 'Guild meets Thursday nidit 1 hr - " La Chsnson". by Huirman. I 7 p.m.. ' ' I Mrs. R. C. Allen will play "Ave j "He that is of God heavcth God's l Mlu '' B "- I)J " Bach-Gouno!l. as a words: ye therefore hear them not. I violi " Sol °. accompanied by the | liccniisc'yc arc not. of Go-J.'tJohn '.1 01 Ban. prior to the sermon.j [i r 47. . I The Adult Choir will King. : ' i "Angels. From the Realm ol; FIRST METHODIST CIIUKCII |another of the familiar Christmas; If. I.vini Waclc. pastnr ! ''.vinn.s. will be the basis of the Old Grail Visits. Student. 59 LUBBCCK, Tex. <UP) — Globs- trotting Dr. Ogcfen King, freshman at Texas Technological Ccllcgc its opening year and a member of its first graduating class, returned this term to visit, his 59-year-oid father, now a business udminift- Irator student nl the college. _•;.•• .if Hie hoirtc demonstration clubs *! rs U T ? <l . r f° 8<:l ' s vi . s '! ! >nd ventriloquize for them. Tlie --'"-'• • • Junior-Senior P. T. A. gave a bur- Mrs. Ted Roderick hospital in .Jonesboro. Sunday. OT till' use of the ciub building 'or the past year. Mrs. John W. Ediin<;ton of Os- •co!:t, district serretury. snns- the :hih collect and ^uve :i brief mi:- norial talk for the officers of Ihe ;Iub who hart passed nwny or who | jnrt l:nd d;a(!iK in their family. I Miv. I). H. Jones, president" n,* he OsccoU Progressive club, ex- :cnrtcit an (nviliition to present. Io ocm.? Io Osceola. Other out of lown iiucits were Mrs. O. n. Scgravcs and Mrs, ,).! ' '1. Lovell of Osccola and Mrs. I"""'"' . llr. and Mrs. Raymond Toomes I'.nrt little son of Senalh. Mo., wen: tlic guests of Mr. and Mrs. w. E. Wheeler Sunday. Mrs. Joe Bnkcr.. lisfcias and Mrs. Mrs. Ear-U'y Uracr r.icoy in f'arauould " lul Mrs - Mrs. ! in Shane f'hanryfrlt Tuesday, rir. and N. J. and Miss and Mrs. Gone, Memphis visitors Mrs. M. E. Siaud.m- lesque P. T. A. increase in number eelm=l continues , 0 p « s ' m " s evening Dr. Edwin N. Barren SUKGEON-CHIROPODIST Lillle Hock Will IIP in o.uv Store Tuesday. ""• 14. riiotic r.n fur appointment. Floyd A. White Shoes & Hosiery THRiLLiNG AS LIFE! Torn from tha he cut dtamai of psopla who five it Ihis Rim frbmth« itt- rurr Btccdwny triumpSl sioii Sunday. Matinee Nisl't I6l' & Stic. Ailnii.«ioii Moli- <tay Matinee lOc & 2fic; Admission Monday Niphl tfic &. alien- • <!sncn. We have enrolled nearly as ricnv during the fii-sl two months A large crowd attended ihe enter- | rl Die Sunday Selicol year, namely. taimuciH at which c. O. Morchctul and the high school bnml furnished incidental amusement. brother Ui law of Mr. Smith, will | from Manila, give a party for them in Memphis Mrs. L. W. Walters of Ovrwlii aunt oi the britle. will entertain for Miss Keck and Mr. Smith before the wedding on Dec. 27. Cirimr.s. probation olFieor Mr. and Mrs.i «'• S ; At the Hospitals | Unriy Collins of Memphis, whose \ bnck was injure;! In a fall Thanks- j jiviiiK 13ity while IIP was tvorkiii!; i \t the new Ccea Coin biillrtins. i ,vas iliMiiisscd from the BlyUirulli: i yesterday. Oclcbcr and November, ns we cn- j oiled the entire year last year. The pastor's subject Sunday morning will be "Lockins Unto Jesus". The choir will sing "Tlie Uf nf Promise" from "The Christ Child". ! The evening .services will lake the form of a sacred Chatangua. oocial Christmas music, will be ,'ive:i and Captain Ben Scovell. an 7.KRONK AN'Tl-KRKKV.K HKATKHS 507 Ward Ciruthrrevilli- FREE CHRISTMAS GIFTS Get your complete winter auto n certs anil 1'RKK GIFTS. 4RIAN AUTO PARTS irtOTOK OH, HEFROSTKR-S ttATTKRIKS UK K. Main niylliiville ROXY Admission Always 10c & 2«c Show cvcrj tilght. Matinees t-Y.- day. Saturday & Suiidny Only. Friday .t Sunday Matinees start '4:15 p.m. Saturday L'o ilinuous showfug. from I to U: iO p.m. Niglil shows start i::IO p.m. Last Time Today Mrs. Harwell will Distribute Dance Cards Mrs. Jim Harwell will Lunch \va.s served at a table .-leecraled with a silver biiskct filial with fruit aivl flunked with Walter Hipp of here. Mr. ana Mrs. was taken to the Blytheville hospital 1ml night, in) ;> Cobb atnbulftncr. for Irpatmciit, { have c.harirc of the invitations and cards lor the Blythcville Cotillion Club dance tc be jjiven at the American Legion Hut Dec. 20. They will be nvailaule to members Mondav af- terr.oon sind night at her h:inc. Paul Hipp of Ktnnctt. Mr. .111: Mr. and Mrs. Byron Nnll nf Dly- Iliiviili' HIT Io attend a family in- Shnkrsjienre »«ed tlie lines "Nei- uiiicn nt Unlcsville Humlay ;it ihnl lhrr n borrower nor a lender be" red randies in silver candelabra, i llomc of O. A. Hipp. ' | injit 1 . play. Hamlet." fvy and red berries formed :\ run-; lho«p fvcmi in- the full length of t!:o Uuig! VTll ° 'Uttrtlcd (lie dnnce .'icr^l able. All of the food served war,; Thursday nicht were: Curl. Hov-i :nnned food prepared by the wo-' trlri n. Ruth Hncris. Carl Murphy, nen for their pantry .shelves [ori j(tlip Hodge. Delbcrt Hooker. As;i FREE INSTRUCTIONS In Latest Styles Knitting "BKRNAT" KNITTING VARNS Mrs. Leslie Hooper 1109 Chlckasawbs Plionc 'IS'-'- winter consumption. I Arrlnglon, Jimmy ' Ballouc. Harris and 1 Flan All D?v Mectinr The members of the Women's Forc!(;:i llissionary Society of Ihe Tomato News ... , c . , „. Attend Final Rites The Hnv. Harmon Hon. pasKji i f-^. U rt Uf p ri,' rt the Tomato Methmiist church.' ^ ff> "' ^"'SIH Tilled his firsl apiwintmcnt here' ,. 'Suntlay, ; C. S. FOR CHRISTMAS He Mill appreciate a. nuality 'gilt, fntm mu whiskey Whiskeys, Wines, Gins and Cordials CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main ami Hivisiun Colcman rcturnctt Chism returned •-"'"•»!"'>i i^ mi in n 111 • », . . _,. 'icr rnme at Hidtjlcy. Tenn,, Ti;e«-f 7 " sf " llllcrc First Church of. the Nazarcn? met Jay. She was arcompanicd by 'Tier I "' ll ' P !>ll;rr: 'l Thursday altemoon at the home niece, Mrs. Arthur Detroit', of; of Mrs. Mildred Mayo. Ro'.u-.d Lake rommunily. , Tile meeting opened with n! Elmer Elnm. Arthur Ooelirnn nmi i prayer ty the Rev. Eupha Beas-j Jack Buchanan were in BlythcvlHi-1 ley. The members planned sn all j Tuesday. day study meeting to be held at j Mrs. Elsie Buchanan and rlill-1 the home of Mrs. Eflic Gnlnei } riren spent til? week end in Lux- 1 Thursday. Dec. 16. There will or. 1 or a with rvlntives. n covered dish luncheon at noon. ' Mrs. Alvin Wells and children Mrs. Oscar Alcxapricr dismissed j are \ ititinu her \inclc in Rir|..[r.v the mEctinr; with prayer. JTeiin. ' * , j J. A. Colemnn was In On-colr. Miss Elizabeth Minor !TllKcla5 ' on busilies . . Clii-:m Wednesday morniiv;. Mrs. Cliiiin. 24'. years olc'i, U ,| r . fo-.-iiiDr Aibji .\i nl . y nol) rjobs.iii" She married .w. H, Chism i ,^ inrch. She tiled in childbirth .,n;l thp twin children also uicil. She hud. vkllcd hnr sev^ Read Courier News Want A(i3. Weds Anderson Counts 1 , The '"°nant qwiiitj- O t the • ] whooping crane's voice is believed' DYESS, Ark.. Dec. 10-Miss Elizabeth Minor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Bill Minor, and Anderson Count's, son of Mr. and Mrs, John A. Counts. wer e married Monday ntziit The certmony was performed m Osceclfl ll)r. youn^ 'coiiplrr. bcth students in the high s;hool here, arc molting ihetr home al prrsoat with the parents of the bride, to be caused by the unusually trachea. Moved Around Corner In Same KniMing >Jc\t to lillitj Implcmenl Ct>. MADDUX Harness Shop SPECIAL Merchants A A I'lalc /l| If 1 l.unch TWV HOTEL NOBLE -Wlicre liospUiUH * Ucalitj." GIRLS! EARN MORE! IiiL-rciisc your income hy Icarniivif well paid |)r«fi'.ssion . . . you ran )>c licensed Kcunticinn »ilh six roonlli training . . . mmll n (m - j n (| lc .Mtulcni .Hwiufy Hclini., Eagle School of Beauty Culture / V - / 4 ()|)CH I .Mi'i'tinn all Slate Hciiuircmciils fur iaiwis and JMissoori. .Slate Appctivvd Ijow En roll nic MI Fee Jan. Cooper Walnut & 2nd Ulylhcvillc \ Special Course r ( i r Voting Men and Karbcrs M'riU- for full details d> LESTER FISHER. GIPSON ala Ki'cwson Avc. Jonivsljoro. Ark. Enjoy a Delicious Sunday Dinner With Us Tomorrow Kine I'tmtls — — — Good Dinner Fricfl (,!hici:kji rcoh ('rappie Kisli \Vitli French Fried 1'oUilots ami Salad 5()c 1 j DO/CD FViivl Fi'csli Oysters Krunch Fi'iecl I'otatocs and Stihul ColTci: or Milk Lunch linked CliH'kcn and Dressing Fried Chicken ami Crauii (Inc.'y Veal Slcak with ('ream (Ivavy Creamed 1'otatocK, L'eas & Carrots , Corn Soup Sliced Tomato "Salad Pineapple Delight SIMPSON'S STATE LINE TAVERN Highway (il --- Al Ihe Stale Line THE RED ROPE j Alse Carlnrn A Serial, "Radio ; Irol." Conlniiir.ns ?hoivin s Siun Sunday - Monday "illi Stella Arrtler •Inhn I'ayne and F'ox \- Ctmicdy.

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