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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 13, 1934
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Social Calendar 1 MONDAY'S EVENTS Business and Professional Woman's club meeting at Hofcl Noble, 7:30 P M W. M U First Baptist church meeting at clivrch, 3:30 p.m. Woman air\|llaty First Prwby- lerlan church having piogiani meeting al church, 2 30 pm Woman's ' council , First Chrls- Circles oety First ji , i? nar i' 2. Mr , 3 nnd i, Mrs J, D T UESDAY'S! EVSNTS Maple Gvo\c Cemelci-j assocln- p.m Luncheon Mrs W Gil en ei had 20 guests Olio ko-htilzky, who rcccnlly mo\ed Ip Columbus, Miss, was among the guests Autumn time was remembered I? the decorations of flowcis, wllh nent shades ;The tallies were In the autumn leaf motif A two course menu wns serycd at small tables and in the bridge gatnes which followed Mrs Hariy Kirby won first prize, pillow slips, hosiery went to Mrs W J Pollard for second high, nnd Mrs A G Little received nnger tip towels for the low score • » * Council to Dispense* With Socfel Mettinj. Because of the outing planned Sunday In compliment to the Rev. and Mrs V E ButterwoVlh, the Woman s council of the First Christian church will not haie lis social meeting Monday but wfif have a business meeting and study at the social hall, ( 2 30 pin Dance _ At Woman's Club. The first of a series ot monthly affairs planned by the finance comtaluce c-f Ihe Womans club for the cih's jounger set was a dance lasl eiciring at the club houie Included In tne guests was Miss Glace Elizabeth Warford of El Dorado ill houseguest-of Mr nnd Mrs J L- Giiaid, ana Miss Martha LSII Noi- rls of Eureka Spni-gs. Aik. sister of Samuel F. Noiris, Harold Sitobjtry Ind his orchestra ruriuslMd music foi the dan- Women To Stady. Economics Miss Mayme LoUsc Fdwaids will be leader of the meeting ol the Business and Professional Women's club Monday e\cnlng, n t u, c Hotel Noble, when "Economics ivlll be Ihe theme «• t t Thursdaj Cl«b>. Have Parties The bridge clubs which mccl each Thursday during the suntcr Md spring months rmc resumed their parties " Mrs J Earnest Hanson, formerly of TeMrttana, is a new mem- tei of the Thursdnj Contract club w.lich «as entertained bj Mrs Ed gar Borum this ^cek Mrs Carrol Blakemore won the prize, n make»1> t°\ A plate lunch vns sen- onl"" £ , , W ' Anilck "a" Mi* Otto - KochUtzky, of Cohim MISS , and Mrs Han Fieri wer on Ihe Mrnes James Hill, J r Ruthenod and Hiram Wyh --- —... ponder w '«•<: Hill for ' the prize A salad, broivn bread sandv cookies and Iced«tea were , The Mid-Wc°l Bridge n,,' entertained by 1 Mrs ,\ wno also had Mmcs /\ B White H r n ' tr ° S ' mS Hnd and a '^"tw**ton*. and Mrs" Sims won cnt, to f»» Con ACd .as way Hiir lun prizes Hospital Notes ""W % the EljthcUlle hos- l Morris - Kiloough, steele Mo; Wilbur Voapear, H a 'yli, Mo Potatoes ,tirow Large Mostly Persona! Mmcs. W. J. Pollard, A. M. Butt, nnd Mr. and Mrs. M, S. Smith Jr., nnd children, of Forrest Clly, .were sis of the Rev. J. T. Hood and family''overnight,..having conic over 'or the' game, Mr. Smith is su- K'.'lnttndcnt ot the schools at.. Forrest City; ".''-. : : ; 'i!;W..'A', Dowcll "jr. is spending'vhc Mrs. Fred Jacobs, of Orlder, has gone to Memphis where she and iicr son, FredV who Is allc-ridlng Central high, will £!»nd the wiii- Mrs..C. -.JV. Allllck nnd children and Mrs. Harry Kirby are In Memphis today'. • ±.] Sara Lou McCutclicn L is rccelV* Ing , Vrcoinie;,. M . the Mempiis Jlie wns accompanied down yes- :crday : by her nurse, Miss Zelma Borders. , • Dr. A. Wcrl will go lo Jones-, joro tomorrow where he will at- end n meeting of the Northeast Arkansas Optometrists aaoelnlibn. Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs Driver, i of 0-ceola, were In the city • last tvcnlng for' the football game. Mayor and Mrs. Cecil Shane md daughter, Miss Pally, arc .in jltllc Rock for the weekend, hav- ng gone over for the Arkansas- Baylor game. Miss Kuby Ncnl, who has been critically 111 nt Ihe Blythevllle hospital from Injuries received in a motor accident, Is better lOduy. ' : Frank Scolt nnd James.. Curtis irt spending tlie weekend In Llt- le Hock. • Mrs. V. E, BuUenvorlh, who has won ill several days, is now much mproved. •Mrs. Charles F. Woort returned yesterday from/ Carutiiersvllle yhere she attended, the fair and ,'lslted relatives tor'.three 1 days. Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Herrlck efl today for their home in Dsn- r er, Colo.; after .three weeks slay MUi their paro'nU, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Herrick. Mr. and Mrs.'Oliver Hope, Edward Mosley and molhsr, ol Capb alrardcuu, Mo,, were gnc-sts of *Ir. and Mrs. S. Mosley and .-son Herschel,, lost night, having come down especially for the football game. Bryan Rich, of Steele, who has wen the houscguesl of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch for several days while convalescing from a motor iccldehl In which he lost an arm Iras gone to Hot Springs for a visit with his mother. Mrs, Lawrence AubriUon, ol Paducsh, Ky.; who has been the aoiis.sMcU of,Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech since Monday, .went to Memphis yesterday. She will return Monday. Mrs. A. . Coimviy .ind Mrs. Leech niolorcd down with her yesterday but returned last night. Dr. and Mis. L. H. Moore and laimly will spend tomorrow at Cape Girardean, Mo., with their daughter, Miss Mildred, who is a sludeiil al Southeast Missouri Teachers college. Martin Worthy, of Marked Tree. This semi-fitted broadtail coal attains added ihixuriousness wlih.'thej Russian sable collar. The collar being shoulder .'leii«th,'it J.provides the popular and nttrtictlVe citpe' effect.^' . '•"•'•-"•• ; ' • ' • ';'-- i .'- V ' • ' / ' ' ':' Bring Homemaking Ifroblem^ to Courier's Cooking ^eli()<)| As the plans foi the Conriei I piles a 1 , hci listener's ban get News' big, free Cooking School are Iheh own merchants. 1 '•• ''- ' lomplctrd, the weeks programs Some of = a « r o» large in the Ity of T Jt MB haTflv, 0 ^! * el « hln « ste and d1S a naif pounds 4nct Frtdiy ,iir s E H Sprayberrj- " biDUght one' Jo sown which veighed' six oounrti Sh^ nlflnfA^t Irjv u .. , U "* J ^^; fwnvcQ luu slips this sbrinff and has many equally as large. Will Open New Cleaning Establishment Monday The DcLuxc Hatters and Clean er*. located in the Hale Buildiiv on North Second street, will 1> open for business Monday, it wa i""™ r l0d!>y by ji ""» t Hips, or Charleston. Mo., who ill operate the business Mr. Phillip., was in tnc clcnili Jsmcss in Charleston for Die , >a sl Uircc years and for n nurnb.™-! years was connected with large cleaning concerns in Si Louis* He formerly operated a shop of' hi own m East St. Louis ^ A special feature of the new ,!oj.-here will'be hat work Mr Phillips spent a 'number of s - c!>rs as an employe in the factory of the Thompson Hat Company in SI. Louis and is especially trained for cleaning and renewing clifne for finishing hat's. A member of the -Mnstcr Clcan- rs association, Mr. Phillips SM o Planned to adhere to the poll cics and pracllces ol other clcnn- whnrfii"' . SW ^V^'Maintain- « schedule ot prices, similar to idy i ..... a new ma- Collar of Sable 'FIRST' CHRISTIAN CHUKCH .Sixth and Main V. E. Bulierworlti, Minister "Leaving the First Love" Is the sermon topic of the pastor for the service beginning at jl o'clock In Text: Acts 8:26-39. The Inlernalional Uniform Sunday School 1*55*11 for Ott. It • ' . "' BV WM. K. GIUtOY, B, » E-llor of Adv.«« Cliristlanlty existed before the uiu morning anu "Putting Ki-jst t-nrisuanity existed before (lie Things First" Is the theme for the BiWe ' or al least before the New vesper service beginning at 6 p.m. Testament, It was not the Book The Bible school under Ihe dlvec- ll 'at made Christianity, but Cliris- tlon of M. T. Moon begins at 10 "nnity that gnvc us the Book. . . n.m. with classes (or all ages. A .. sses or all ages. A •• s somewa important to re- rerdiiil welcome awplls ail who nietn&cr (his, Ijee.tusc there have fillcnd these services. been those who would make the 'reaching, 10:50 ' a.m' Subject- 'V^ lm t»rlant thing Is to grasp .„.., i........ the reality of the experiences that cr, e wees programs ome of these shops are co ake on the scope of a gignnUclopcraUni: lo make the sc^lons at mmnixoklii. ..,.rin,.|M.| n . f |l - 1 , rtaking. A d'einoiistr'allon' kitchen, n dis- )lay of new homeiiiiiklng cqulp- ncnt and furnishings; daily cook- the best and most interesting .ever given 11 Cooking Schopl audlenoi. When the School . opens Tuesday ' .AW... uim iuLH..3uiik£:j F IU11I3 1 UUUR- *viiun ine ocnool ope)is Tue 1 ng lessons which encompass every nt 2 o'clock, the crowds of ilmse of essential cookery—Ihese Jnen who have assembled will ire tlie hlch!l2hts nf thp \vni»L- n nn\u V-lnH r.r bU^.i.— : ^_. .„ ire the highlights of the week, vilss Etina M. Ferguson Is a brll- innl siienkcr, whose experience ncludos many years ol lecturing jefore women on every phase ol lomcinnklng. Slic not only |l lc cUy next now kind of kitchen i set .up at Miss Ftrgnson's direction. Here the new recipes, new suggestions for planning dally meals, ideas about preparation ond , serving 'o£ i food, new .tricks,- new".-.methods;' — ..-w —j promises house- new ways of bealing, conibln!r» ; :ccpiiiB news of the Greatest in- [cooking will be an important part MKU STHEKT METHODIST CHURCH Corner Jolinson and J.akc SI. Kcv, W. J. LeRoy, I'aslor Sunday school, 0.-J5 am. I'rcachlng, 10:50 a.m. si From Loyally lo Uoyalty" '.caeues, G:3o and 7-p.m. •"i-eachlHfc., v.-ao p.m. Subject: Your Pits tor 1935—Who? Why?" Services cncli night nest week y different, preachers in the con- ezcnce. Monday night t, y . R c Morchcad, pastor of Osceola fcjr. E. Tuesday niglit by Rev. Mr. Tayor, pastor at Tyronza M E hurch. Wednesday night, R CV ' H' M. Lawis. pastor of Wilson M E hurch. Thursday night by Rev' 3iim B. Wiggins or substitute Friday night by Rev. -Mr. Salmon )«stor of Presbyterian church Bly- tlieville. Everybody B ivcn ; 'a; cordial iiivl- allon to atteitl Uleso services.- ' WHST ISAI'fisT CHURCH Alfred Carpenter, Pasior Suiidny school, 9:45 am j A lolley, supl. '• : Morning sermon, 11 a.m. Subect: "The Grealest Sentence Ever Ottered." E. T. U., 6:30 p.m. Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. Sernon subject, "the ned Road to Royalty." Teachers' nieeliiig, Wednesday, 1 ).m. Mid-Week service, 7:30 p.m. Choir. rehearsal, 8:30 p.m. Mrs. '. L. Tipton, director. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH W. Main at islh St. J. T. Rcnfro,- Pasior, 9:45 a.m. Tom Bo- iwn, siipt. < "„ . :Training service, 6:30 p.m. Preaching service, 7:30 pm Ser- iinii by H. w. Gallop. Mid-week service, ,7:30 p.m. Wcd- lesday. ; : W. M. S'.'.'Monday7 2:30 pin 'ILGIUM LUTHERAN CHURCH H. .1. Klfindienst, I'usloi / Sunday school 3 a.m. ', t'Divine wovsliip, ifi , a .m. Topic of sermon: "Can a Christian Sin?" ' Congregational meeting after the morning service. Instruction class meets Monday and Friday, 3:30 p.m. Walllier league jneels Wednesday. 7 p.m. P^Srim Guild meets Thursday, Bible Fundamentals, crest lo every woman of Blylhe/- ville but her generous conlribn- ton ot recites is one of the most appealing factors of her school. Every woman wants to surprise of each day's demonstration At the same time Miss Fer"ii- son will talk lo Iht: women of Bly- thevllle about new discoveries in foods, new ideas .in, health and F » -:r ^ —• - ™ -~^'<^ss and delight the family with a. new ;<l', new theories 'of''main m'aki cake, a luscious-new meat dish, ft,inB. Her. pro.rmn also Includes n delicious frozen dessert. • Dozens! discussion of.uable sellings child of such recipes arc discussed nnclldicls, n. description of new dcmontrnted "' - "- ~ _...-,-..-,... ^ School. Because of at • the Cooking _- _. (lie scope of the School and because Miss Fcrsu- son Is a lecturer and demonstrator of such wide reputation, nnd jccause the Cooking.School actlvl-' ics are inking -on such important iroportions. many women of Bly- thcvillc telicw Hint there Is lo be " fee tor the dally sessions. There '- cluu-gc. whatsoever for any « "•• V* »)OV til til NT mcnt which has- come out this near, for kitcliensl • '•> The dishes cooked 'each day at the School will be given away and there will lie free, niled market onskets; through the courtesy of some., of the local merchants a numbcv of gifts \vhC-h are much more .substantial, and valuable will also be given away. The School, begins Tuesday at. '2 o'clock. The place is the citv auditorium. J the Cooking School activities, tickets arc required ;it .the j... ~~ SK-«S FS£S*£'£ ^ ^'l *M_Meal Canning is nccfssary is to como curly ,tld a good tent. «nd be ready when lire .leclurer \valks out into her kitchen and begins her fascinating program. Miss Ferguson, has an excellent voice which can be heard all over the city auditorium. She goes tmoothJy and quickly • about iier cooking in the kitchen for she has had a wealth of experience in homcmaktr.e, in special training for her Cooking School lecturing, n» perfecting her knowledge 'of foods, cookery nnd "homo appliance.? in all parts of the country. She brings this experience \viih oe Cora Lee Colcman, covjay —vi^.u.tii, nn'jiLy home demonstration agent, will lie nssislcd In Ihe school by Mrs. o fnr lor Corn C»b PJpi Was tt Thieves -a- (OP)-A penny > 'J>>P e " 1lr ' w the only due robbers i»t the wheat bin of Frank 'liowlWg"- hear here, but 0 ** 1 t°- K'* ''Mrong" one tiers arrested as ^en poltoe renjem- li»t one of them smoked JW 1 .? P'Pe They »ere charged X ,wlth sMalhig « bushels of wheat. '* ' ' foss Undertaker for La Ferney Baby Rites Funeral sciMces were held ycs- lerday aflernoon for Charles Clif- -ord La Fcmey, seven weeks old c "i of Mr. and Mrs Charles La --nicy, with the L. o. Moss Undertaking company in charge of arrangements. Through crioi Ihe Courier News listed another Undertaker as hold- Ing the funeral service,. Rflad Courier Kens Want Acs. Iier charm and good stage person-1 R. Reclford, field suncrvfcc any to Blythcvillo nest week, in'Chickasawba dislrici and the great Courier News Cooking' Ruby Woodnic, supervisor lor ihi School, one of Ihe outstanding!south cml of the county' 5 al ^ ki " d '" tllc ™-' 4*^«^ ^K ^ Tills School is planned in every eers, liver paste soun Mnpt ' detaili tor Uic housekeepers of Ely- i hnsh are some of Ihe recincs th'S thevdic. The interest and cooper-1 will be given. ^ that ation of their shops, grocery stores,! irkcts and other mcrahaiits have j Hollywood often rents cenuine -en enlisted, for Miss Ferguson Victoria Crossc? and otlipr •. * mows lhal Is is important to work tary medals from owners inv!' wuv " describe only suclt sup-i from S50 lo J900 for their use | J. A. S \ LIB A, M. D., M. K, mi. (}. EYE, KAU, NOSiK and THROAT GLASSES FITTED 210, Ingrain Bids. Residence Phone -110 Corner JIaiii it First .Office Phone -US Bible and its formal Interpretation norc Important than live direct ex- wrience of the soul in God and n Christ, In our study of the Bible, and esirecially the New Testament, the Created both tlie Book and the -hurcli, and to find the reproduc- .ion of those experiences in our own lives. The Ethiopian in our lesson was man of the Book. That was to his crcdl) " He cated in Switzerland, Franco and Germany, is reputed to be an excellent Bible scholar and an effective speaker. You will hear him with profit. There will be no evening worship as Professor Haden mnsf return to Memphis in the afternoon. , Other regular services Sunday are: Sunday church school, s. E Vail, supt., at 9:45 ajn. The Young-People-of-the-church at 6:45 pan. 2:30 p.m. Friday 7 p.m. .. yoiinre invited to worship with lis. Blessed arc they thai hea God ,n rt keep ,* CHURCH -OF TH^: NAZARENE Enpha n. Bcaslcy, Paslur Sunday school, S;.I5 H . m ." .E. L. Evans, superintendent Morning woiship, ii „.,„. ' Ser moii subject. ,"Thc Promise of Jesns."' N- Y. P. S., 6:45 p.m. Evening service, 7:45 pm CHURCH OF CHKIST N. S. Taylor, Minister C'oarl House Auditoriiini Sunday -school, 10 a.m. Communion, 11 n.m. There will not be any night service, ns the minister will be at the Round Lake church. cordially invited lo morning scrvicu. Everyone attend School Here Next Week Monday, October 15 Tucsd-u- Pnh l , 0lie ','i' Cl ;>n<l W<;d ™«l:»y,'6c-' FIRST PRKSBVTKEU.VV CHUKCH fnrW, 1 " 1 " 1 Ci " lnmR 6Cl100 ' S - "' Salm °". I'Mlor •S',i,n\ C r ° rt . 5 ;: s °y c " c a"'it"g «(- I" »hc absence of the pastor at .m-sor* of MKissippi county will (he Synod in El Dorado Proiet bc held at the Biythevllle Wo- sor Eric G. Haden of the Bihlr num's clubhouse in niythcvillc. of So,m,wc S tc n Un The Echool will begin al cicht versity l,> Memphis will preach n o clock and msti-Mctions will V this church at the regular niorn- Bivcn in the preparation of beet i"B w-orship hour of ~ SATURDAY, OCTOBER.'13, 1934- =VyBBKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON; The (jhristian and His Bible . •"• ls somewhat important to re- discovered the 3ld TestanieiH, and he evidently loved it and read it with zeal. But, like more than one man of ihe .Book, he had not yet come to Hie fuHiieM and richness of the experience underlying the things (hat he read, So II as th£t lie needed some' expositor, like Philip, to -interpret '.(lie :meaning t .of spiritual "truth for him and. to.make it vital lii his own life. • ; The 1 Ethiopian evidently was an apt and 'ready student, as every true and open-minded lover of the Scriptures must be. "lie responded with simple sincerity to Philip's exposition of the Christian way, and'he was Immediate and urgent In his determination to be baptized. When that had been achieved, Philip suddenly disappeared, but the Ethiopian went on h!s way rejoicing. • • •" • Tliat is a very' good lest of our reading ot the Bible and,'of oiir experience. Do we" go on our way rejoicing, or does the Bible Induce In us a narrow and controversial spirit and bitter misgivings? The Bible is a book of joy and of blessedness. No man can read if, In the right spirit or discover the experiences that it records without having a great ne\vness ot happiness come into his lite. « * a The Bible has not always meant that to' men and women. Tiiorp : i are those, who have read |t 'In .' somberness, to whom it n»s beep" EO'serious and sacred a book tt\at J they have not quite dared lo take.'; it Into their hear(s. ''" • :' : v The Bible cannot be taken too", sacredly, but it is a book' for the ; minds .and. hearts of bfdinary JJieri. ' It.. Is Ihe stpry' of Wp'w eommo)]'v people aiid great pe'op|e 'alike,/, through contact with' Jesus, ex'.;'- pericnccd the blessedness of salva-.', lion and had their lives changed- As a record of the life of Clij-is't.v the Bible is not complete; That' life is'still being lived, and every-" manifestation of the .-love and 1 '' truth of Jesus in the lives of men'f- today is an added chapter |n Ihe'. Book of ^Gracc, though' it' may' never be written in' actual words; 1 We should lake the Bible, then/ us an unfolding book, as the revelation of God. and as"lhe i-eitola-',- tlon of a • great experience (hat Gptt, brings to men through Jesus' Christ, Our study of It will be uii-' availing unless It brings'to 1 us first- of all Die joy and blessedness that,. it brought to (hose who have writ- •• ten down the story of Jcsiis, and all that he meant to them in their contact with him •'1 FIRST METHODIST CHURCH W. V. Womack, Faster The Rev. Sam B. Wiggins, prc- iiding elder of the Jonesboro district, will preach at the morning hour Sunday. Tile public is cordially invited to worship with us and hear the message. Church school at 0:45 a.m. We .age all who have been Irregular n their attendance to get back tomorrow if possible. The Young People's evening worship hour at, 6:45 pjn. The pastor will-bring the message at the evening service, at 7-30 o'clock. His subject will be, "On the Jericho Road. " CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY "Are Sin, Disease, and Death Real?" is the subject of. the Lesson-Sermon, .which will, be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, Sunday morning at Jl o'clock. The Golden Text Is: "The Lord is our judge, the Lord is our lawgiver, the Lord is our king, he will save us" (Isaiah 33.22). • Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "Art thou not from everlasting, O Lord my God, 'mine Holy One? We shall not die. Thou art, of purer eyes than to behold evil, and canst * - \2, 13), The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passage from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mar}' Baker Eddy: "Christian Science reveals God, not as the author of sin sickness, and death, but as divine Principle, Supreme Being, ,„ Mind, exempt from all evil" (oaEe Paramount 127). . A Christian Science message is broadcast every Wednesday at 10:30 over KLCN. Rev. W. J. LeRoy Will Preach at Shady Lane There will be preaching at Shady Lane Sunday afternoon at 2 30 o'clock by inc Rev. W. J. LeRoy. The subject will be: "Why Should Everyone DC a Christian?"' Every body is cordially invited, lo attend. The service, will be at the school. I- Sunday. missionaries in China, Read Courier r.ews Want Afls. Phone 777 At Night—Sunday—Anytime For Quick and Dependable Wrecker Servke Phillips Motor Co. Dine With Us Sunday If you've never'.eaten :il Jlooru's- don't let another Sunday pass with- yut coining in for one of our wonderful 40c Dinners. We serve only the choicest meals and the dinner is perfect from cocktail to dessert. You'll say ... "I don't sec how they .serve such u meal for the money." MOORE'S CAFE OPPOSITE CITY HALL "John Henry," Epic of River to Be Immortalized Ifai Music (Continued from Page One) '. '• ford household servants:' - Bessie Williams Andrews Brndfo'nlj ui\e called herself, taking the' name '(if her employer; the other was 'Lisbeth Harris. . • - A ,-." That was the musical start of John Henry, who died with a cotton 'Jibok in Ms hand/ : Opens \\iU\ "Cooujlne" The opera opens with (he "coon- jinc". slopping of the ronstcrbouts up and dbWn the springing gang- pUnJc of the Mississippi river packet. It goes on into n scene with a river witch, making cou- juie with) a jaybird, singing !lie irnmortal "Soap an' Water" song. It shifts to Beale street in Memphis, with Bad Stacker Lee and Julia Ann in the scene. Then it shifts to the Yalter Dawg railroad camp. That's the first act, tentatively sketched. The second act opens on Saratoga street, New Orleans, where the rpustcrbouts revel. Naturally it shifts from there U> the recorder's court. And then to a moving steamboat on . the Mississippi. The third act opens in'i a cab aret gliunil] and comes ijpwii to the riycr. front, where John: Henr.y. dies, "burned dpwnV by the steam engine he boasts lie can conquer^ and ends in John Heriry's funeral, a classic of negro fantasy. Called Operatic Revolution "It is all.u revolution in opera," explain Bradford and Wolfe. "The speaking lines will-, be spoken. The songs will develop naturally as they develop in life. It is an adventure in recording the nm- sitnl idiom of the Mississippi valley. "We feel that the opera o) history -,vns modern when it was written; but is outmoded now. This is pure American, with every European tradition thrown overboard." They recall all earlier "American operas"—The King's Henchman, set in medieval England- Peter Ibbelson, set . mostly in Paris, both by Deems Taylor; The Emperor Jones, by Eugene O'Neill and Louis Gruenbcrg, set mostly on a Caribbean island; and Merry Mount by Howard Hcnson and RicharcV Stokes, an opera of the Pilgrim Fathers, now incredibly remote from modern American life. It's Purely. American The newest "American opera," written for Lawrence; Tibbctfs uiuuuir—a rang onenwl distance from -Apicfica. Biit "Johii Henry" is\ to .be 'American as the Mississippi- river, .today. ;,-' .;-ListenUp Blind Lemon's EO'ng:: ."Conic. ajong, boys, , . '• •, ^Listen, my tale. . •' . • ;ahe was, a- good woman, •• ..But. tti'ey th'owcd her in jaii." : ., .-And;the chorus: "Oh, her. "name teas Poor Selnin, : As she could be '/ An 1 de meiis couldn't quit licr' She had a slinj-a-ree." And Blind Lemon again'- ; "Ashcjs to ashes • : -. Aiid sand to sand. • Eve'y time I see her, She got a brand-new man •••''• ,-L J <*» Henry is Americsn iiikic, like that. Snake Charmer Too Familiar; With Performer ( ORAN (OPJ-As a . result.of' b^ Ing too familiar with one of lib S 6 . 1 ?- ''s^nake-ctjarhi'er ^mel' his death here ••wMie tf perfoV m i,|' i W-' fpre a .crowd .of. people i n a ji ub -; he square. • ' • .Holding the .reptile up to'hi» lace, the snake-charmer stuck : out! his tongue.. Poisonous "fanes' promptly bit into it. The man fell to the ground writhing and" : died a tew minutes later, ' MRS. S. H. SAIj Announces tlie Opening'' 1 of ,-i '•:' VIOLIN STUDIO. ' Former tcaclier of violin-, in Arkansas'college .'iiitj. Little Rock Conservatory. Graduate of ArkniisaV College Music Depiirt- m'ent; .Piipi) of. Kobert- Pwut/,, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. 103 N. BUi .St. Phone 2U!) NOTIC All State qn^ County , Taxes Must Be Paid On or Before October i, in order to avoid penalties This applies to partial payments on which balance is due as well as taxes on which no payments have been made. GLarence H. Wilson,

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