The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1937 · Page 2
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TWO (AftK.y COURIER Calendar ' StJNPAY'S "EVENTS , W. If S-of First Methodist 1 churc.li,having ^installation of of- ficer4 at.churcli service, 7:30 p, in, ' MON DAY'S i' K V KNTS Business and Piofcssional Women's club Jxaving psjihology classr fit I-Jolel Noble, 1 30 P in Cncles W. M'U, First Baptist, churph 1, Mrs Tom "VV. Jackson; 3, at chinch; 3,"Mrs U W , Mul- llns,'4 at church, £, at church Y, \V7 A meeting First Baptist churchy 7 P. M.' Clrcleb Woman's<Auxlllary, Fiist Presbyterian church: !, Mrs Roj Wa)ton; 2, Mis T J. Malian; J, Mrs,", Barman Tavlor cnlcitaining at hoine of Mrs Q. W. Dlllalmn- ly, 4, meeting with Mis Lucy McAdnms, 7 JO P M W M S, 'First Methodist church, having piogiam and social meeting at church, 2 30 p in TUESDAY'S EVENTS D A ^ luncheon with Mrs Oiitlnie King and Mrs. J. W, Parker hostesses at King home. Junior Y. W. A meeling First Baptist church, 4 p in Intermediate Y, W, A meeting lirst Baptist chuich 4 p m. Mrs , Doyle Henderson /laving Young Matrons Bridge club Mis C H Baucock having Tuesday Bridge club WEDNESDAY'S -EVENTS Junior-Senior High P-T A will meet at high school auditorium 3 pm, following executive boa id meeting at 2 30 p in Sunbeams meeting riist Baptist church, 4pm i Wednesday Biidge club meeting with Mrs James H Bell THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs M O Usicy having Mid- Week Biidge club Thursday Luncheon club meting vvllh Mrs O W. Affliek 'Ihursduy Bridge club meeting v.ilh Mis Frcrt Rutheiford Mrs a c; Caudlll having Thursday Contract club • i Mis Qeoigc M Lee having Town and Country club ; SATURDAY'S FV'tNTF Chapters ' D' and ' N", P E O, having luncheon meeting at homo of Mrs T. J Malian Scottv Rides High and Dry 1 _ ° • - J Undo Given Slioncr Tarty. Miss Lillian Dietrich ^as hostess to 16 guests last night foi n shower parly in honor of Mrs Ma\ Logan, \\ho v,as formerly Miss An nlc laurle Evans Tlic guests presented her an assortment of gifts In the birigo games played, Miss lislia Smith won lingerie for tht traveling uwaid, high score prl/e hosiery, went to Miss Grace LOW- CO, nnd Mrs. Woodrow Fishei received handkerchiefs for the low :score award. An ice course V,BS served vvitl' coffee to the 16 guests v,ho included Mrs MOblcy Estcs, of D>ess and Mrs. Dick LevMs, of Caruth- ersvllle". , Iliule Comphmi.nlca Mrs Farmer EnglanI, who be fore her marriage Chrislmas vu: Miss Martha Wlnbnrn, was gues of honor at a bridge pnrty givei last night by Mrs B, A Ljncl and Miss Alia Mae Darlington a 1he Lynch home The pink and while colors fi- \onte shades for bridal affairs, wen emphasized m the spmigilme tal lies, the refreshments of a sala< course served ^vvith sweet rolls, niji the decorated bo\ presented Mrs England, vhlch held gifts of hand- Kerchiefs from all the guests Tin: . TJa s given along with n poem abou hankies, composed by Mrs H H Houchins. In the card games Mrs Jess Taylor won bath powder for firs prize and high score prizes at cacl of the tables were tiny potted plants In pottery jugs, used for a decorative note during Ihe servln of refreshments Tliese went (. Mrs Han-j Kirb>. Mrs Elton \v Klrby, Mrs. Walker Baker, Mrs George M Hunt and Mrs Hou chms Gratus Union Has, Social Mcclnif Twenly-three members of Hi Grains Union, one of the larges and mosl progressive unions i the Training Organization of tl rirst Baptist church, gathered 1 Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs Charlc Razor last evening and cnjovcd most successful social Opening with a prajer by EI •ff'n Jones, a number of canu •lllrl r.n.,t_.t_ r. ,1 . . [jWiHi , and contests followed C Numeral por greatest con ami accurately and m to Ihlnk qulcV. Bits of News Mostly Personal' JANUARY- 9, 193? Will Hold Meetings Here Ruth Cloyd. 13 year oid daughter of 11 ic Rev nnd Mrs. Carroll B, Cloyd, will be lakcii to; Memphis tomorrow afternon vyhcro she will uriderto nil examination Monday morplng She has been II] several vvpe^s fiom what Is believed to be goltei Hci paicnts "will accompany her. II. L Reynolds will leave tonight foi Mexico City and points of Callfoiula He Is making the.lift in his new cai anil plans to be avvay more than a month. , Mrs. J. A, Scolt. left last night for El Paso, Texas,'• where 'she will Join Mi Scott who hah been thcic tlnce Septembci. Mrb Scott was formerly Miss Minnie ' Belle Ulle> MIS c A Cunningham will go to Little Rock this afternoon \n spend A vuek * Miss Maiy Louise Poscy, who is'ill at her homo, will be cbri- flned to hei Ijcd for a icst cine because of her Illness having beeii' diiionoscd as tuberculosis. The Rev and Mis H Lynn Wade will leave Monday, foi Conway, vvhcie they will visit relative's, and Little Rock, where they will attend the Inauguration, They will return home Thursday. "Miss Ida May Warren, formerly of here but who' has been in Hiilciiliison, Knn. foi the past two ycais, lins leluincd^hcic to make her home. The Rev Alfred Carpentci, pas- loi of the First Baptist chuich, has returned .from Little • Rock, Where IIG attended ' (6 business for a few days. LAKIv STItKKT CHURCH M. N. Jphiuton, Publor Church 'school, 9:45, Preaching, ,l'OMO''a. m. The Kcv. E. W. Potter, Presiding Elder of the -Jonesboro ..Dlstricl, will preach for. us and hold the! 1st tiuarterly ponfDrence after 'he jireachlng service. I hope that the officials will have their reports in writing. Services will be held by the pnslor at Gosncll at'2:30. young People meeting at 6:15. Preaching at 7. FIIIST METHODJST ClillltCH H. Lynn Wade, I'aslor Sunday school, 8:45, B.K.. Gar- rcll, genera! (superintendent, • Sunday morning preaching services at 1C:56. The sermon by pastor, and special nuiBlo by the choir, using as nn anlhem, "Holy Art Thou." Mrs. P. L. TlptoiVwDI sing "Why [.Love Jesus." Junior League will meet at 6:45. Young People's ' League will meet itt 6:45. Evening preaching services will be at 7:30, the pastor preaching a special sermon from the subject "Embracing Opportunities," after which the 1931 'officers of the Women's Missionary . Society will be installed. The moving pictures that were to have been shown last Sunday will be shown at the church Wednesday, January 13; at 4:00 p. m. a peace picture will he presented at 7:30 the Life of Christ. Everyone Is cordially invited to attend all services. ill inueitlous nay to keep her underfilling Ecotty out of the mud is hat rdoptcd by this fair Parisian, who totes him In a. hand-grip IB across the city's slushy streets And he seems to enjoy the ride, oo. Once out of the mire, Scotty Is set down and tiots along dry shod until Ihey reach another muddy crossing Opponent Avoids Trappjng^ * ^ Self Into Disastrous' Lead B> WM. t JIcKbNNEY | clubs, East icallzcd that West Mayor's Daughtei Weds Poplar Bluff Man HAYTI, Mo—Announcement has been made of the mairlagc of Miss lienc Wilks, atliacUvc daughter of Major and Mrs Johp H Wllks of Ihls city, nnd Everett Newton of Poplai Bluff The ccicmony vvns peiformed by Justice of the Peace I R. Rone on Monday, January 4, at Popl.ii Bluff j Mrs NevUon ib a grndnato of flayti high school She eiiterell LUTHERAN CHIJKCII H. J. klcin'dleiist. Pastor Sunday School, 9-a, in, Morning vyorshlp, 10 a, m. Morning worship, 10 u. in,: Scr- non topic: "Arise! Shine!" The Lutheran.: Hour 12 noon over WLW; 3:30 p. in. over KLCN. Special congregational meeting after moining snvicc A cordial invitation is extended to all. Sccilctar), American Bridge League Of course, It Is important to win tricks at bridge Otherwise, Ihe opponents make .them inll, anil whether they have bid a slam, or a Bailie, orn part-.score, It becomes n, rather monotonous pioccss But often It Is .much more 1m- could scarcely be coupled, upoh for an 'honor' card iii'aiiy other ciiil Thus the kings of bolh spades nnd diamonds probably vvcie worthless If he were to have a chance to defeat the contract, he would'-have-to "unblock," that Is, avoid being placed In tho lead • *..v UILI..I ib to .niul.ll JIIMI l; llu-. llvulll UUIll^ |]IULL(I 111 LI1U ICnU. porlant foi a plajcr to be sure that The nee of clubs was played from :lo docs not win a trlik at n ccr- dummy, and East plascd the queen 4QJ9 VK862 4742 '*A54 V J 7 5 4109C3 *JJ033 AK83 VAQ103 t KB 5 *KQ6 *AQJ *872 Duplicale—E. &y\V. vul. SoutH West North East 1* Pass ikT. Pass 2* Pass 4 A Pass Opening lead^-ifrj. Dcclaici now was In position to finesse spades aiid diamonds, both finesses working Thiec rounds of trumps were taken and diamonds finessed twice. South,: to avoid the lead lo the king of hearls, returned a club, which East won with the king A club'was returned. West won, and led the: jack of hearts. Now.: South could not avoid loss lain stage of the game, for if he docs He will be uuidencd with a disastrous lead. H was full knowledge of this situation which caused East lo appreciate the burden of his riches In honods when he saiv tlic dummj on iodaj's hand He realised that he must have almost every high card not in dummy or held by declarer, am! with liik ns his gtih» lie had fo unblock his own haul so as lo avoid winning a Irlck thai would cause him to make an uu- nesircd lead. North, with two tricks. ha1 n close choice in his first response but when bouth rebid, he felt Hut he should jump to game When West .opened the jack ot t-.'jii n*Bii auiiuui one emoreu K UJI -U» o uumi: iiiid in oraur -i 1 3t Joseph hospital. In ,si Louil hce l' an appointment with a die at^cr |hei-<graH,uatloh" ami receK''- ' OT in Memphis, theie will belli ad the degree of registeicd. nurse', ^veiling service " . '. At llin I lllln -nf lini-" .vini-^l«~J •• *. ' I'MIH-WPPl- curnion Tlfnrliinr-rln F1UST CHRISTIAN CIIURCIf Carroll' Cloyd, Pastor Bible school, a 45 I O Westbrook, ™pt Election of officers for the coming yeai Don't le cold weather keep you away. Morning worship, 10:50. Important Congregational inciting foi 'l.c purpose of electing 'a churcl boaid foi the year All mcrnbei, urged to, attend, Due to serious illness In ,'tln ;tor's home and in order HI doc- "-D- ~— u» * V^liplblCll, IIUlTtt, At the lime -of her irjiirrlagc Mrs tJ iLii; ui nu r mnrringe Mrs "^"-wL-uh iurvicc weal \\as saving as a special " olli ng Pictures showing nurse in tho Brandon hospital at Fl| Biim Fathci-s and hp\v Poplar Bluff eslantism came to America Mr, Newlon whose home is in ..... ii^nLull \VI1USU IlumC IS in xjunm.ii lu^CLUly ilL • ^:.1U IVIUII Poplar Bluff, iccenlly completed dily wltl1 Mrs MHL 1>r on Hollj il . f*ni]rR(* {\\ mini .,„„„£ _ , S^.l'fiot Thn tj-mlr. I™"~^|,'_" m j -n.il ., course In engineering nt a * JVI1;ufc , *"»-• LUJJJC is cne uia j?x Memphis, Tcnn college He is at Homcs of our Urotherliod. picsent cmplojcd in Poplar Bluff. Important meeting of the Y6u.. c — People's Council at 6:30 Sundaj evening. Election of officers. Wan da Smith has charge of the pro Luxora Society — Peisonal Mrs. Theodore Walden, of Mon- loc, rji , Is visiting | n the home of her parents Mr and Mrs M H earner. Mrs. Walden will be rc- mcmbercd a s Miss Rubje Garner Mrs John Ihwcatt and Now'.:South could not avoid loss ,,,,,V, " in «™" "«d jouu» of two heart tricks Tlic contract I r "' William Howard, came homo was defeated because East did not 'i™"^, a " nl y R <™scy liospitjl B. j. Edwards Vas called to Pig- hoard; his club honors on this first lead of the hand. Today's Contract Problem Soiith's contract is four spades. The second round of Irump discloses the unfortunate break in lhat suit. How can Soulh circumvent chance and make his tenth, or game- going .trick? 4k None V A 10875-1 *K32 •&QJOG 4Q.T08 *K75 A A K 10 0 3 2 V9 > A 7 + A 10 4 3.0 E. & W. vul. Opeijer—V K. Solution in next issue, $ tics nui 23 olhe s dca receiving awards v\e__ Mac Hicks' and Carl Joyful cnlcrlain- .---— and Coca Colas :d 'in bountiful the - — .uu. >,,,, be Installed In a service Sunday night beginning at 7 30 o'clock The' Rev H Lynn Wade, pastor, will coiiduct the insulation. Dorcas Class Has a Meeting 1™P. D ^ CBS Sutl( lay_school class Baptist church met afternoon when Mrs f ii- ^cu rs 1 '"embers behig »>. Mrs H E Barnclt and Mrs tl " cd i Ellcc ' ot a ne slice of uhlch conUln ime 1 Tho , ^ "™ °" Ul ° **"> ™"«*- ,dline receded an award. > "«ww JU>IU1 C^C-social was closed with! B prsjet by Milton Graham ' 'from 1 to L M Burnellc were „„. ill( . ihe kilchen 13 Present included one visitor from a Mrs A v Smith. After the .business meelin B Jhero was a social-hour, during Which n plate lunch was served ;; Kansas City Minister Will Preach at Cooler Tile Drains 100 Years Old GENEVA, N. Y. (UP)-The first. lile drains ever placed in American £011 are still in service here, more than 100 >cars after they were Imported 'roai Scotland &j John Johnston,'^ » natilrallzcd Scotsman. . c gott Thursdaj O n account of ih death of his grandmothci Mr nnrt Mis John rord of th» Double Bricigc's community, lost llieir home and contents Thurstliv afternoon by nrc, caused by an oil stove. Mrs. Flossie Barnes, of Lepi\nto vvns the guest of Mrs. Bogan Wcd- ncsdav. Miss Mildred Aycock and w s Aycock, of New Liberty, were marl rled at the Baptist parsonage Wcl ncbday night at 7 30 with the R»v L. P. Flemmlng as Ihe oiticlalins minister.: They will make their notiic at New Liberty, Jim Oarner, of Hennln(t. Tcun visited in the home of P. c L-wls this week. • • • The Woman', Misslomry sociptv of llio Methodist church held its irst mccling for Ihe new jcv in llio home of Mrs t R u-,,..,, Tuesday afternoon «,th ten ,S" hers present Mrs R H owcn president nrc Officials Shiver, Buy Fans FREMONT, O. (UP) — While county ofHclals shivered In chilly offices as: they awaited completion of repairs on the courl house boiler, county commissioners voted lo biiy eight new fans lo keep them cool next summer. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Vound Man's glove for left hand nc.u courthouse today Ownci nvay have'same by ptying foi this ad at Courier News office ' ' For sale; 1036 Ohsvrolet ••&" standard 2-door es-dan aood condition Sec Miss Hooper at Courier News O-ck-23 v,Ul M , o « ill Mrs J j. Johnston leader Work" prosram on " Ollr Ua'lar at Dtsciiosions on the program topic ftcrc given by Mines. Frank Dsnto'i R. H Owens Wherry, T B DiH ' » M. S. melin f " 00 » A resume of the nau year's work was given by the stand l"g committees and the secretary treasurer. M rs " — •-•••--' m^ 1M7 ' ns M'ow-s- Mr, iniln. president, Mrs Cha«. Evans, vice-president; Mrs. c D Wood, Mcretatj'.trcasurcr; ^trs w L. C ark, counsellor for the Oirls : Auxiliary; and Mrs. S. J Smith SunBeani -reader . Courier Ncv\s want Ads service Wcdiiesda th Pro Council meeting at - Mon Street. The topic ls = ~the Old Foil ing Brain. FIKST OlILRCIl OF NAZARENt Euiiha n. BcaEley, Pastor .Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. E. L Evans, snpt. Church, n a . m . Sermon sub Ject "Christ's Legacy." N. Y. P. s., 6:45 p. m. Ohurch, 1:30 p.'m. Sermon sub jecl: "Some Reasons Why Wi Ought To Be Christians." Tho evening service vvill be dedi catcd lo our young people. W< Invite all young people who ck not attend chinch elsewhere to bt present. LVIXOKA METKOMST CIIUKCH James T. Handle, Paslor 10 a.m. Sunday school, Mrs. Sin Brown, superintendent. The pastor wiil nil his appoint mcnls on the Dycss Colony an< Kelser circuits, at the moniin» anc evening hour. In a statement made public today, the Rev. Alfred Carpenter. >astor of the First Baptist church mnounced he would not, accept he chairmanship of the cbinmlt- ec to represent Die churches for lie President's Ball, to which he Y»s appointed by Russell Phillips genera) chairman. -. ' The'Rev. Carpenter issued this statement following his return from Little Rock, where he had "ecu for several days: er" I th' eflls ' ? ^ sen ' c ns c . liair '" a 'i ^relies for- u, e ' Presldenfs^Bnll' ,„ r«. lobe "«derstood that I Mrs Hastings Allen of lliavcr, Mo, will start a series of meetings beginning Sunday night it the Full Gospel church, Vine and Lilly Sis, It has been announced b> the Rev W O Slngleteiiy, pastor ,<vgo for the New Year, Rabbi Lyons will speak on "Revolution, All are cordially welcome. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CIIUIICH S. H. Salmon, Faslor The.commemoration of the Lord's Supper vvill be preceded by a Com- riuhlon Meditation on the subject 'Whom May Rightly partake?" ill our •Morning Worship which begins at 11,o'clock. Every .member ol this hurch should bs present, and the public is invited cordiallj In the Evening Worship the pastor will preach on "The Friend of Friends," beginning at 7:30. Sunday Church School, with ample facilities for nil, will start promptly .at 9:45 a.m. in all de partments CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES 708 W. Slain "Sacrament" is tlic subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be reac in all Churches of Christ, Bcleiv list, on Sunday Januarj 10 The Golden Text is Thou pie .parest a table before me": in thi presence of mine encrfiis." Psalm 23 3 Among the citations 1 which comprise the 'Lesson-Sermon Is the following from the Bible: "And.he said unto them, cast Ihe net on tha m>ht side of the ship, and jo shall find." John 21:1!. The Lesson-Sermon also Includes the follovvhi^ passages' from the Christian Science textbook, 1 "Science and Health with Key la the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: "First in the list of Christian duties,, he taught his -followers the healing power of Truth and • Love.' Page 31. The Reading Room is open every Tuesday and Friday from 2 to 5 p.m., 78 W. Main. ITaytt Society — Pcisonal Pastor Declines '• President's Ball Committee Post cc , < < cause is associated with hu"th ftilT'T"; ^ u ~We o ehuith foi s. I do not participate. I am not speakmu for other pn«ois 01 fo, other members of the Fjrst Baptist chuich who are on olhei comnntces I request that befoie officials of Ihe Firn Baptist chinch aie appointed oh such committees that they, at cast, lie confciied vvilh before an- pointments are made." All camels do not have humps. Ihe South Ameiican guanaco is one of several types of humpless Liquid-'l jblcls saivc-Nosc Drops , TABLETS COLDS HEADACHES Price, 259 Abie Baikavitz is visiting friends it Cape Gnaideau, wheie he foi mcily attended the Southeast Missouri Teachers college Mis Cluilev Jobc is visiting relatives In Chaffee Rev T L Bess attended the monthls inmistm meeting of the Poplai Bluff DIstiict at Maiden Tuesday Mrs Wolfe Klioune ,\nd son, Edward, and daughter, Miss Anna Mae, returned .Wednesday -from Fijlton, Ky., where they had been since Sunday While gone Miss Khoune vas the guest of Miss Mary Ilnmia ,it Muuay state 'lencheis' college at Munay, Ky Mr. and Mrs Wesley Waricn ol Mills Springs, Mo, weic here Thursday \isitmg friends and at- tending'to business. | , Miss LouiEo Golden has letnrn- ed to Columbia, Mo., where she vvill lesiime her studies at the University after having spent the holiday here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Golden." ' JRBT-Zl •Everything For Your Entertainment and Comfort Saturday Only FULL GOSPEL CHURCH Vine ' and Lilly. SI. W, O. Singlclcry, Pastor Mrs. Hasting .Allen of Thayer, Mo., vvill start a'sefics of meetings beginning Siinday night,' Jan. 10. The evangelist is-wcll known in the east, and has proved herself to be an Interesting/speaker of the old- fashioned typ; that brings conviction to the-.hearts'of-the people. Como all things arc now ready. SCN vices each night. Sunday school begins 9:45 a m. Morning worship following. Young people's meeting, G:30 p.m. Evangelistic message by Mrs. Allen, 7:30 p.m. LUXOKA BAPTIST CHURCH !<• P. Hemming, Pastor 10 a.m. Sunday school, j. M Majors,: superintendent.' 11 a.m. Preaching service, subject "Christ Lost, am \ Found." Special music, Mesdaines Wilkins and Majors. 6 p.m. u. -p. u. Leaders, Mrs. Louise McHcnry and Mrs. Corkran. • 1 p.m. Evening worship. The pastor will preach at the New Liberty d,,,,^, Slmdny afu > r _ noon on the Arkansas Baptist: Re-, rtemption campaign. • HRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnul and Eighth Alfred Carpenter, Pastor 0 30 a.m. Bible school 1035 a.m. Worship Service. Pastors sermon topic: "Sacrament. Communion, or the Lord's Supper" ove Lord s supper will be observ- m nS j al mi ' Mc by Alvln Huff " Union P ' m ' T ' 1C Baptlst Thomas Edison produced a -talking picture from I* 0 , play .Master ' Max Logans 'Buy Webb House on West Ash Mi and Mrs Max Logan have purchased the Jesse H Webb house, at 1034 W Ash st, vvheic hey will icside alter about February l. The house, built about' 15 months ago by Mr. Webb, has a living room, large bedroom, dining rom, kitchen, breakfast room and balh, with shower. Mr. and Mrs. Webb plan to leave about Monday, January 18 for their farm near Earle, "Ark.l where they will reside. Mr. Webb' who was in tho lumber business here for several years before he recently sold his, .business, plans to personally farm his Earle place. Cow's milk was at one time responsible for nearly 25 per cent of all tuberculosis in humans, accord- Ing to health authorities. TERRY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. Abstracts, Lands & Loans E. nr. Terry, Fres. and nigr. I'honcGH Blylhcvillc, Ark. Grey's "Arizona Mahoney" With JOB Coolc, Rohcrl Cuin- mini;!,, June Blartel, Larry Crabhc and Marjoric GaUson Watch lum .tamrv. (ho; bad : -'bicn with his funny faces'; ';•».• Also Cartoon, and; Serial— "Ace Drummonrt" mth John King and Noah Berry Jr. —Continuous Showing:— — Admission — Until 5 P. M— 10 & 2Go After 5 F. M.— 16 & 31c~ Sunday - Monday Grela Garbo and Robert Taylor in •'•. "Camille" With Lionel Barrymofc, Eli/.- ahelh Allen and Jessie Also Paramount Neva, Mickey 3Iousc Cartoon in- Technicolor and Comedy . ' —Admission- Sunday— All nay^-lG & 3Ge Monday— Matinee— 10 & 2Gc" Jlonday— Nijrlil— 16 & 36c Continuous Showing Sunday TUESDAY, JAN. 12— §25.00 HANK NIGHT! ...i. ..,.,,u.-i w . M. s. met In "'"—'• the home ^of Mrs. C . B. Wood 7:3 " ";'"• Prcachi »8 service. Ser- nicsda a mn toi " " ,-- -. mpn topic: and Joy Phillips, . . M ar Barct LaNcllo Moore '•vnoiuei. airs, u. J o. Wllkln* ' *r.nii-i,b ISKAEL the retiring president, introduced „ „ i ! laurlcc L >" ons . Kabbi the Rev L p Fleinmlng, who «.•,, R cllglous services will be held Hie. Installing officer for the new 5umIfl > T al 3 o'clock. In his mes- Oilicers for 1937, as follows- Mr* "i^—n NOTICE Dr. Hrcwcr has moved his denial offices' over Guard's Jewelry Store. for Whiter, longer wearing clothes Our scientific-methods'.of washing your clothes iii zero hardness water with pure soap, . every garment handled by expertly trained laundry workers assures yoiir clothes being returned lo you snowy white and perfectly ironed . . . the gentle care they receive assures their longer wear, too! All buttons scvvctl on and minor repairs made, .YOU'LL 'LIKE OUR CLEANING SERVICE, TOO! BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY ROXY Adm,—Always 10 A 25c—tc Tax Sliow livery Niglit jMatinccs Frltliiy, Satunliiy, StDiday Friday *t Sun tl ly flint in ccs—2;j 5 Saturday Matinee — Continuous Shotrlng — 1:00 Till Il:Qo V. M Last Time Today Bob Allen in "Ranger Courage" Also Cartoon nnd Serial—"The / Clutching Hand" Continuous Showing Saturday Sunday - Monday James Gleason and /:tsu Pills in "The Plot Thickens" Hist l The scream stars of the homicide squad arc on Hie trail of a sizzling crime! Also Fox Movietone N'cws and Comedy

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