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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE T\V(? BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) €OUHIER NEWS SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 19;j,S Social Calendar I MONDAY'S, EVENTS '• • Circle One, Presbyterian Axixll-1 iary, meeting with Mrs. E. A.| Ha!e; Circie Tiro, Mrs. H. C. Da-, vidson; Circle Three, Mi's. Aubrey • Cotway. at. 2:30. ' Circle Oiip. Woman's Missionary' Society. First Baptist Church, meeting with Mrs. Leslie Moore; Circle Two, Mrs. C. E. Wilson; Circle Tiree, Mrs. John Buchanan; Circle Pour, Mrs. Rcy Head; Circle Five, Mrs. Guy Maxwell, nil at 2:30. Lake Street Missionary Society meeting with Mrs, George Dysln- ger 2:30 p.m. Missionary Society, First Methodist Church, meeting at 2:30 o'clock at church. Ycung Women's Auxiliary of the ^irst Baptist Church having a 'supper, 1:00 o'clock, at the liomc cf .Mrs. Arthur Nelson. TUESDAY'S EVENTS D. A. H. Hireling at Hotel Noble, one pan. The business girls' circle of tlir First Baptist church i:> meeting at the church at 't:W o'clock. Sirs. Joe G. TriCKChiuan huvltij,' Young Matrons Bridge club. Tues3sy Bridge dub meeting wifli Mr.;,. J. Nick Thomas. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Harry Kirby having Wednesday Bridge club. THUBSSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Cecil Shane entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting f with Airs. Everett B. Oee. Mrs. Charles L. Wylie having Thursday Bridge club. Mrs. W. C. Gnrrignn entertaining- Thursday Afternoon club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. J. E. Hasson. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Ilsyo Dinner I'arlj- Mi', and Mrs. Charles Rose jr.. who last summer moved from Osccola to their plantation at Rose- laud, entertained with n dinner party last night at their new home. Guests were: Mr. ami Mrs. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr:;. H, .1. Klcintllcnst and children have returned from SL Louis, where they visited relatives for several weeks, Smith Bnic):!>i relumed home Wednesday from Veterans' Hospital, In Memphis, where he received, treatment. Lavon Luttrell, who was Injured ii mi automobile accident recently and has been at the home of hl6 parents, Mr. and Sirs. p. N. I trell, returned to St. Louis Thursday. Mrs. W. B, Crews, who has been 111 at her home here, is slowly improving, Jiinmic Allen 1ms been ill for ",h<>. pust week iit'tlm home of his went. 1 ;. 'Mr. nnd Mrs. B. J. Allen. T. I. Seay ivns culled to Memphis this morning where Ills son, Trunk Koay, underwent an appendectomy at the St. Joseph hospital. Mrs. Seay and other children will io to Memphis tonight to <be with him. the theme Sunday morning being "Putting God First." ppiwrlunily will be given at the close of the services for church, membership. At the evening service at 7:30. FIRST PKESKV'tKKlAN C'llUKC'll. the pastor's theme will be "TJie S. H. Salmon, I'istor Second Mile." Mrs. Marvin Graves Sunday Church School, 9:45 a.m.'will ring. Meriting Worship, li:00 n.m.;i A vciy cordial welcome awaits Sermon, "Heclpc For Peace." Anthem, "Praise Yc Jehovah," WiU son, Adult Choir. Pioneers' und Juniors' Vespers, <j:4G p.m. Evening wotshlp, 7:30 p.m. Subject, Have." 'The Talent Yea May MUST ASSEMBLY OF SnTiilli and Asli N. II. Rhodes, Pastor 0:45 a.m., Sunday tciico). 11:CO a.m., Mornimj Worship. 4:'iO p.m., Jail service. 5-.30 p.m.. Junior Christ Ambassador class. , 0:33 p.m., Senior Christ Ain- b'tissador class. 7:45 p.m., Evangelistic service, •illustrated sermon. Subject, "The Coming of Jesus," these coining to worship with us. MUST CHHIB'J'IAN CHUKC1I Main at Hindi Gco. W. Patterson, Minister 0:45 a.m., Bible School, W. O. Gncrin, Rupl. 11:00 a.m., worship, communion and preaching. Sermon by the pastor. 2:00 p.m., to 11:00 p.m.. Fidclls Society C:15 to 7:15 p.m., plc'j, mealing. Ail U. pic of Hie church ar arc. urged to come. "Goucl story?" "Oli, same olil tiling—prince meets princess, princess mccls dragon, prince kills dragon." FIRST CHURCH OF THE NA/,AKENE Knpliu D. Beasky, Pastor • Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Noble McCullar, sllpl. Morning worship. 11:00 a.m. ' N. Y. P. 6., 7:00 p.m. E«nlng Service. 1:30 p.m. Tlic revival, with the Rev. Evening worship. 1:30. Sermon By the pastor. We most cordially invite the lublio. Strangers in our city cs- Jeciaily -Invited. We'll try to make you (jlad Hint you came our way. IUXORA METHODIST CHURCH James T. Handle, pastor Sunday school 10 a.m.; 'Mrs. Sue Brown, siipcrlnlcndent. Morninf worship—nosa. Church C. . . in charge, is still in progress, and will continue through next week. 1), Fugott, or Ashland. Ky., Ira Crawford, secretary of the with services each evening at 1 -30 forth Mississippi County • Farm! r-m North Mississippi County • farm; p.m. Bureau, is in Washington, D. C.,' Hayti Society —• Personal Stcele and former pastor of the al "Jnptlst church was here Thursday. R. Heum of Maplcwood, was here Thursday attending to business. R. E. Powell of Memphis, was here Thursday attending to business. W. M. II. Circles Have Meeting The fire circles of the W. M, V. cf the Baptist church held Farnsworth Black, Mr.' and Mre'.'l !ll ' st meetings of the year WednesW: J. Wuncierlich and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Harris. Pickardy gladioli nnd bouquet tapers, in pastel shades, were arranged in a large crystal to\vl for the centerpiece of the diniii" room table. Cards were played after dinner. - -r. - * • * * Study Group ' "Will Meet. TJie Missionary Study Group of tlio First Christian church will meet Monday aftcrncon with Mia. I. O. Westbrook jr. Airs. Beck vrill serve as leader. The meeting will begin at 2:30 o'clock. • * * To -Have Luncheon. Mrs. Guthric King, who recently, moved to Memphis, and Mrs. Jnrncs Hill will be hostesses to a D. A. B. luncheon Tuesday at til? Hotel Noble. W. F. M. S. Meet Tf.e Woman's Foreign ^Missionary Society of the First Church of the Nazarene met Thursday afternoon at thc home of Mrs. Eflie Gainco. The meeting ojwned with a prayer afternoon. Olrcle 1 mot with Mrs. G. C. .VlnrUn. The meeting was opened 7,'ith r. sonjj, nnd prayer by Min. ollbcrl. Mri;. Martin yi\vc the de- otiounl. Mrs. Elmer Lewis, chairman, presided during the business .session and the following officer,; were elected: Mrs. Jake Stiles, vice chairman; Mrs. J. R. UcClniicy, tr.ird vice clinlnnan; Mrs. Evnn Ypmjhn, recording rctary; Mrs.' Russell Brooks, corresponding secretary, Mrs. H. E. Haynie, treasurer.. Tlic hostess served refreshments, after which the meeting was dismissed with prayer. Circle No. 2 met. with Mrs. M. Fry. Mrs. Fry, chairman, presided with Mrs. E. F. Foster giving tiic dtvoUonn 1 ,. i'rs. Harry Bettings Save a very interesting story after which tlic following officers were elected: Mrs. Joe Kubcr, co-cliiiir- :uan; Mrs. Joe Hamclback. second Pice chairman; Mrs. Oai'vin Miller, third vice-chairman; Mrs. Nellie French, recording sccrelnry; Mrs. Viola CuUiius, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Clinton Winters, •ensure,?. Circle Three met with Mrp. S. Luxora Society — Personal Ashcraft and Mrs. Kenneth Mor T ris spent today In Memphis. Mr. ana Mrs. C. W. Garrigan iind daughter, Gay, of Half Moon, have moved to town for the remainder of the winter nnd arc now m the home of Mrs. India Green Sanders. Mrs, J. W. Adams jr., and Mrs. CarMon Smith were in Memphis Thursday. Mrs. Clyde Dranc, of. Dycrsbur'g, Tcnn., is -the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Adams jr., ,aud family, for two weeks. on Sunday, January 9 Scientist, .1033. The Golden Text is "The cu Young Pco- iii 1 young peo- thcii 1 friends :rcaching lit 11 o'clock. The Rev, C. C. DoMjs, of Birmingham, Ala., and formerly of Blytheville, will deliver the sermon ol the hour. Evening services will be at seven At the Hospitals Mrs. W. S. Mick, who is ill from pneumonia, has teen admil- thlrty o'clock. The public is cor- led to the Blytheville hospital. dially Invited to all services. Mrs. Maljel Wood is a patient at the Blytheville hospital. Mrs. Boris Turbevllle. of Sleek', Was brought to the Blytheville hospital yesterday. Miss Mary Elizabeth Borum, who underwent, an operation for appendicitis Monday at the Memphis Methodist hospital, was I brought home ,!ato yesterday. Her (ccndition Is excellent. Her mother, | Mrs. Edgar Bonitn, who lias Ix'en YV. 'M. U. Holds Regular Meeting with her, accompanied her home. Caruthersville Society — Personal —11 a.m. Woman's Mifsionnry Society — J. T. Handle. Vesper service Sunday evening, 6 p.m. Miss Virginia Farrar, mu- al prelude. The Woman's Missionary Union of the Baptist church met Wednesday afternoon, when Mrs. R. E. Kent, had charge of the Hoyal Service .program; This being the fiftieth anniversary of the establishment of -the first W. M. U., the program was based on the progress nnd accomplishments o( the organization. Mrs. Kent gave the devotional, followed by a prayer by Mrs. Gage Knight. Mrs. T. M. Spidell and Mrs. Enrl Long assisted Mrs. Kent with the program. Mrs. R. M. .Pierce, the new president, presided during the business session, and outlined ; her -plaiif for the coming year. 'The .two day circles -met after the business session, selected a name and elected cirele officers. Thc Pantile B. Heck Circle, with Mre.-D. K. Foster as chairman, and thc McWilliams Circle with Mrs. Hugh England as chairman, will meet .'he -fourth Wednesday in each month. Pnul Gregory, of Stcele. has been admitted to the St. Joseph's hospital. Memphis. The Rev. J. BUiftord OaUlwell, if Aimorel, has been admitted to the Memphis liaplist hospital. K J. Sigler. of Ilayti. has been lulmiUcd to the Memphis Methodist hospital. Lima beans were brought to the United Slates in 1824, from Lima, Peru, for which they are named. Antmtcis, although required ny nature to hunt only the lowly ant, are worthy -fighting foes of the large cai'nh'oiies. of Messing which we bless, is not the. communion ol the blood of Christ? The bread which treat. Is it not the communion I , , cf the body of Christ?" I Corin- £cntc<l thc student writing th. thians 10:11). SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Main & -Eighteenth Streets Ladies Aid Elects Officers Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Thorn- r *' 1 ' s - Lcc Jessop entertained thc as Bogun, Supt. 'members of -the Ladies' Aid of ;tlie Church service, 11:00 am and Ba P tist Church Tuesdya-afternoon. Mrs. R. M. Pierce led the devotional ana Bible study. During the business session the following officers were elected: Mrs. John Caddy, president; Mrs. Lee Jcssop, Tnst vice president; Mrs. J. B, Lulen, second vice president; Mrs. R. M. Pierce, third rice president; Mrs. Earl Long, secretary, and Mrs. G. C. Bishop, treasurer. During Everything for your enters taiumcnt and comfort. 7:30 p.m., with the Rev. Mr. Adkins, of Mountain Home, and Rev. P. A. Whitely, county missionary, of Manila, in charge. , TEMPLE ISKAEl Herman Pollach, Uahbi 1:30 p.m., Sunday school. Mrs. Will I.iicus went to Cam-, ticn, Tuesday to be with her son, Lriciy, who is ft patient in the hos--' pital. Mr. and Mrs. Jiiumie MoRac accompanied R. W. Nichols ID Nashville, Tcnn., this week to niuke their home. Mr. McRac will be .engaged in the insurance business. Mr. and Mrs. Vcrncm Mitohcil in .Memphis at the -bedside of tiicir infant daughter, Oarolyn Louise, who underwent 11 major operation Tuesday at thc Baptist' hcspttal, Thc taby was some -bct- :t=r Thursday. S. J. Smith and T. D. Wilkins Wilson Society — Personal Among the citations which comprise thc Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "He that hath my commandments, aiu) kcepcth them, he It is. that lovcih me: and he that lovcth me shall be .loved -of my Father and I will love him, and will manifest myself to him." John '14:21. The 'Lesson-Sermon also 'includes the following passage from the Christian Science itextbook, "Sci nice and Health with Key to th •Scriptures" by Mary'Baker Eddy I "To keep the -commandments of •' cur Master and follow Ills ex- ; nmple, is our proper debt to 'him Enffagomeiif Announced. Mr: nnd Mrs. James L. Millican 1 ami the only worthy evidence of •announce the engagement of lheii>tfiir gratitude for. all-that, he has tlnughtor. Edytlic, to Mr. D:''T.[ribnc." rage 4. R030, son of Mrs. J. J. Ross of.' A Christian Science program is Little Hock rs m|l) , p by th Rev. Eupha D. Bcaslcy. and rc thc devotional was presenicd by | : ' ri Mrs. Wilsic Taylor. Mrs Dixie I Hicks gave ths mission lesson from i' E - Nct ' acl 'y- Mre - Marvin Kinscy, 1 the studs ; boofc. There were 11 incmbci-s present, with two new members, Mrs. Alec Cobb and ^Irs. Mary Basingcr. 'The meeting was dismissed bv Mrs. Clyde Cnmeron. Thc next meeting will be held P.t the home of Mrs. E. L. Evans. • * * Shower Tor Bride. Airs. Beatrice Lovelace was hostess at a miscellaneous shower Tuesday night for Mrs. Andrew Coriley, the former Miss Ellen Mcore. Thc SO guests were served refreshments consisting of hoi chocolate nnd cookies. chairman, presided nnd Mrs. Paul Lyons was elected vice chalrmnn; Mrs. George Ryal. third vice chairman. Mrs. Jcttie Phelan. rucordln:; sec-rotary. Mrs. Quillard Skinner, corresponding secretary. Mrs. Wof- Drd AV:c,vs. treasurer. Rcfrcsh- :ncnl:; were served. Circle Four met with the chairman, Mrs. A. G. Shirey; Mrs. Fred jlasscock was elected second vice :hnirmair. Airs. W. A. McDonald, third vice chairman; Mrs. Champ jrtthias. rr-cording secretary; Mrs. W. c. Soott, treasurer. Rev. were and Mrs. In Jones have been week. Ecnlon and the James T. Rnntlle born Thursday attending 'the annual missionary institute of Methodist churches. Mr. nnd Mrs. Allcu Poscy have moved -here from Slecle and wi!l cocupy the Waller apartments. Mr. Fosey scurl lor Luxora. is the new Arkiinsas-iM.n- Pov.-rr Company -manager Osceola Society — Personal f 3 - 3 - S. Grihfic-ld. who nnciei- t a major operation at ttic iphis Baptist hospital Tuesday ^ -making Batinfactory progress. mollicr. Mrs. L. L. McDear- Mr. McDcarmnn. and Mr. pflhfleld have been with her a p part of the lime. Circle Five met with Mre. Viola jGUIcni. Mrs. Jamie R. Prullt. I :hairman, presided, and Mrs. Wil' liam Huffman was elected second vice chairman; Mrs. Pear) Wntklns. third vice chairman; Mrs. Gladys Srmclors. recording secretary; Mis. Jamie Pniietl. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Starr Mc-Danicl,'treas- urer. Refreshments were served. * • * •Woman's Council Mecls Tuesday jiflnmnon Miss Algalhn Hr.ybuck ^itcrtchKci thc Woman's Sovmcii of thc Christian Church. Mrs. Virginia Carrot! Rave the ievottonal nnd Mrs. Jennie Memphis, Tenn. The wedding take place at St. Mary's church, hi Memphis, on January 31st. * -• * Cooperative Club Meets. The Wilson Cooperative Club met Thursday afternoon at the 1 broadcast each Wednesday nt 11-15 a:m. over K-LCN. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH F. i\I. Sweet, Pastor Club House, with thirty-five mcm^ 'Sunday school. 9:45 a.m. Ivcr- CcrH present. Mrs. W. A. Williams, Eon Morris, Supt. of Sunday school, vice president, was in charge. Fol-' Rc sular preaching services -by lowing thc business meeting thc l lsslor "t 10:45 a.m. nnd 7:30 p.m. iilgh schol .girls, under directio:]':' ^°""e People's service, fi:30 p.m. cf Miss Oatrs, home economics Woman's Missionary Society, :teachcr, modeled some of the; Mon -1ay 1 p.m. dresses they had designed and Thc Public is cordially invited to 1 made. Mrs. Fred P. Jacobs, ol Gri- v ' 1(irs liip with us. FIRST METHODIST CIIUKCH this service a prize will be presented the student writing the ,, ... ,. , best essay on "Account of chan-i . ? S u° !"""' UlB hostcss 3erved iiukcli." A copy of Cranbach's refreshments. Jewish Peace Stories will be th< 3:CO p.m., Regular services. Theme, "Emilc Zola • Champion of Truth." Scripture; Genesis, 10, the ac- :cunt of the delivery of the Israelites from Egyptian bondage. I Young Woman's iViraliary Entertained FIRST BAPTIST CUUKCfl •Walnul nnd Eighth •Ktv. Alfred Cacpeutcr, pastor 9:30 ii.m. Sunday school H'^O a;m._ Morning worship. An- •h:m, "Lill Jp Your Heads", choir. Duet, Frank and Alvin Huffman jr. Sermon -by the pastor. 6:30 p.m. Training Unions fl:30 ,p.m. -Evening evangelistic scrvioe. Music—double male quartet. Sermon by the pastor. All-Church Night Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Departmental meetings 1:30 p.m. Mid-week service 8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH f.ixtb and Walnut Streets H. .1. Klcindiensl, pastor Sunday school. :9:oo a.m. Morning services, 10:00 a.m., sermon, "The Universal Saviour". Evening service, 7:30 p.m., sermon, "Walking by Faith.' Holy Communion will be held at the morning service, which will be •followed by a -congregational meeting, during which officers will be elected. The Sunday school Uacti- ers will tave an important meet- C.'ficcrs Foiirtfen members iverc prescn! nrt one new member enrolled. Atrs. John Smith, whon thr nivi-' tist Woman's Missionary Society held their first meeting tor the new year in the home of Mrs. C, B. Wood, an annual custom for the past eight year;-. A short business session, during v.-lilcii r, heard annual report.-, from the srcrotary-tren.surer, and the chairman of nil standing committee*, nrenrlirrt the impressive installation of (he new offers for !OM. The new Guide Books, .with outlined Hoyal Service programs lor t!ir year, urrr: given e;icli mcm- L:r. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jimniic Slw.k. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Walters, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bowcn. Mr. and Mr; Rcuel BiUler. Mr. niul Mrs. Jesse Brown. Mrs. Lena Gllltspir, Mrs. J. Ivan Mittiln. Mrs. LMhar, Tree Miss CaiTie Mae Hires. Bur Kimdersoji and Mrs. Heart," will be given by the Junior .choir, appearing in vestments, under the direction of Mrs. Wilson Henry, and Mtss Constance atub met at thc home ol Mrs. Jncj™'?" ""', si " B " The Twcntv - Ciilloni jr.. with Miss Terry Mil- The prizes and Mrf. O. M. Hill. •Tuesday Club Meets. The Tuesday Afternoon Bridge will begin at 9:45 ing after the evening service. CHURCH OF CHRIST p* Sunday School win ^ ,.e;d~at 10 o'clock in the court house, and won bv MUcheld Gillispic. nnd Mnriin were guests of Mr. follows: Mrs.' Charlie Mifllin nt a dinner Werl.' ncsday cvenlns at 6:30. presented tire program. Mre rs-clccl.oti as 3arrcU, president; Mr.-;. ROOT., vice prcsdrnt; Miss RaybiicI:. secretary- i In tllc Bft<rr dinner bridge liTronrcr. The hoslcs:. sirvcd dniii- I Ramos. Mrs. W. L. Waltnrs held 'file giant anteater can hold its ty • ret «shmcnts (luring the social i h 'B>> wore for ladles and was «iv- own with dogs, cats and even men'"' 0111 '- ' °" hosc ' Men ' s hi "'' fcorc ' scota 'i who are inexpcriencert in fighting ' * ' '< lvcnt lo Rcllcl Butkr it. Its powerful legs and sharp Joe 'Cullom. Guests were Mrs. Ft-1 lis Williams and daughter. Mary] Ann of Memphis. A sala'l course was served. D the Y. W. A. of the Baptist hureh Tuesday evening. The subject lor study was "Om- Homes :«• the 'Future." A number of games were played during the social hour and the hostess served n dessert course with coffee. r * • Mr. and Mrs. Chas. G. Ross returned Wednesday evening from Fulton and Columbia, after taking their {laughter. Miss Mary' Tipton. to re-enter Stephens College. .Miss Annie Laurie Tipton anay'-Miss Marjorie Jo .Randolph accompanied theiii ;as far as' Fultbit, whyc they are students at William Woods College. Rev. and Mrs. D. K. Poster accompanied by Rev., and Mrs. A. B. Constanta of Portageville, lell Thursday for Piitman, Ark., where they will attend to business and visit with friends. Both famines were residents of -Piitman for many years. Mrs. Maggie Sisk' received a message this week from friends in Dallas. Texas, that Mrs. Jolm Lane, a former resident of this county, was critically ill. •All's. Bernicc Durr has recovered after a week's illness of tonsilitis. PRESCRIPTIONS AUK OUR SPECIALTY ^ Phone 141 ^ FOWLER DRUG STORE to t'.^e Chitinbrrlin Ihcoiy, a great ncbuUr nmss condensed to form thr Ircm of which, under tlic attraction stars. Uie planets were licavrd ofi In the form of knotted spiral lubulnf. In England, thc sun went, down n -the evening of September 2. 1752. and didn't sliow asniu nn'.i! September 14tli. QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices 011 poultry at ;,n limes. ' $ SAVB MONEY AT GAMES MKT. US W. Main Phone harp claws, designed originally for tearing open tree stumps in search of ants, make effective righting tools. Town and Country Club Have Dinner Parlj- Thc Town and Country Club met.} nd Mrs. i evening : >ng record bridge hnnds ROCS to Some of the materials used In construction of a piano arc: brass. Thc nectarine is a peach with- h 'B h s=or e club awards lor ihei While playing partner Thurs- out "fuzj." When you plant a * * * day nfglu, they bid and made two: peach seed, you may grow a nee- evening. ,fraud slams, one little slam, one] tarinc tree, or . you may grow a I Mrs. Betty Travis of Okolona,! urand slam and two litUe slams peach tree Iroin a nectarine seed. Whl'e horses are used by circus bmcbacl: rlrtcrs not because of their l>rautv but because they do JioV show Die resin, which Is ipvtaWed plentitully over tacks. their Miss., is visiting her son. M. J |in .succession. Travis and family. Afiss Edna home ATTENTION,-LADIES! BEGINNING FRIDAY, Jan. 7 The KAGLE SCHOOL op BEAUTY CULTURE will offer all BEAUTY WORK at GUKATLY RKDUCED PRICKS. Thi s :.i*ork. which will be done-by students, WILL BE UNDER T[fK SUPERVISION OF Ol;); |{ BA .UTy KXrKKTS All Work Guaranteed To Satisfy fiSElS ^ Yo , u n)ay cln(l " now '" »«i- Beauty MmiLtf School. Kpcdal courses K j ven in ,(il lines of Boautv CuUutv Khourie returned i Although the water stricter In-. _.,„ . y lrom Cardwell sect can carry its own air supply! — where she visited Mfe 8a!l lc j along when 8 olnfc' beneath tl.o'fl Cooper B%. 2nr| & TO •'- or,, i watcr surface, It Is content most ••" " ine KCV. J. w. Cunningham,;of thc Mine to skate along on top pastor of the Baptist church at'of the water. Phone .'51 <) FOR YOUR "Favorite' DISHES Sizzling steaks . . . special snlads . . . unusual s'uic- cs . . . really :homc-matlc :i)ic,s iinfl pastry . . . we've specialists in 'preparing vvlisit ynii \vanl il\c way you want it! Special: Dinner 75c T-Bonc Stettk Half I-Vv Giiickcn •Ci-appii- Fish Channel Cat French Fried Politloes ;uul Salad Ctiffet; or Milk Hot UoM.s Vrcsh Kroir || o t -Rolls ]''»'ench Fried Potatoes aiul Salad Coffee or Milk »n/en Oysters Fried Hoi Rolls French Fried Potatoes ant! Salad Coffee or Milk 50c Merchants Lunch 50<; Choice: Unked Duck nnd Dressing Stewed Chicken and Noodles Fried Chicken and Cream Cravy Vegetables: Creamed 1'otatoes ICiiKlisli Pens Buttered Asparagus Sliced Tomato Salsi'l Prune Whj|) ColVee or Milk Saturday Only •VIVA VILLA'S" GREAT STAR RIDES AGAIN! . . . itlmeil in Scenic Wi'i-U'ni Wonderlands! One or thc grandest western pictures ever filmed. To sec it is ncvrj- fa furget it. iriEsinn till 5:00 -10c & After 5:00 -ii.m., 16c f^SSc- Continuous slmnijig. , Sunday - Monday wilh Charles \Vlnninger & Walter Coiiunlly. New Vcrk gave her UK keys to (he City . . . and ilj.l she open lip : , i-. DX n [ trick;;. A Comedy -Romance. Also News A; Comedy, Co;i(iiniiius Elipiiitij; Sim- rtay. Admission Sunday Slatincc & Night Hie & 3Sc; niondny Matinee lOc fc 3Gc Admission Always 10o * 2(ic hlioif every night. Mndnccs J-ri- "ay, Saturday & .Sunday Only "Way >fc Sunday Matinees start P.m. Saturday Continuous viiiB from I to 11: (0 p.m. Afiglil slioivs start C:-15 p.m. 4:15 Last Tisne Today SUNS ROAR! SONGS SOAR! Also cartoon &• srri»l, "Katliu I'.llro!."

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