The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 20, 1934
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<ARK.y COUB1ER NEWS Crcl Spciai Calendar) MONDAY S EVENTS Circles of the W M U.; ol the First B«pUst chuj-ch 1, Mrs. Will Rogers;'--3,' 'Mrs. Russell Parr; 3 at church, 2:30 P. M. : TUESDAY'S KVENTS : Mrs,' Elton -W. Klrby having . Tuesday;. Bddce club. U. D <C convention opening. 8 P M,' with' program for . pupllc at city, auditorium Mrs Llojd Stlckmou entertain ing Young Matrons Bridge clut WEpBEspAY's EVENTS ; Woman's Council First GliHstioi' r meeting with Mrs. l. O, Westbrook,"^ 30 P M W. M S, Fin>l Methodist church meeting'at church, 2:30 P. M. U D rO comcnlion business meeting, Hotel Noble, 9 A. M. ' U, D, C. luncheon by Chamber of Commerce at Woman s club. U. D. -G'. memorial service for public at-vFlret Baptist church; '•! P M £\ ' Delphian Fine Arts club hiwlna tea at counlrj c.Iub foi visiting convenlloif women, 4 P M. Presidents' dinner, Hotel Noble, 6PM Historical program for public at city auditorium; 8 P. M. Mrs Farnsworth Black having Wednesday Bridge club .THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs.-.W:. L.VHorncr having Mid- Week Bridge club : American Legion auxiliary having breaWaM for U. U c. members, Hotel -Noble, 1:30 A. M, , Unveiling of Blythcvllle boulder program at Mahan park, 9 A. M. V D O business session, Hole! Noble, 10, AM Luncheon for u D c members at Woman's c(ub, U M ' KRIDAY'8 tVENTS Mrs LJojd V Wise and Mrs, Fred Child haUng bridge and rook benefit parlies at Child residence,/2 30 P M, nnd 8 P. M. Miss Jane Blythe Buck ,Weds Mr. Julian E. Belts A formal setting ^as used for the wedding of Miss Jane Blylho Buck and Mr Julian E Belts, of Memphis and, Tiucumbla, Ala., which «BS solemnized this morn- Ing at the First Baptist church. The Rev Alfred S Caipcnlcr asked the *\o\ss at 10 30 o'clock. Palms, ferns njid vnllax formed an embankment and the chaiicel rails were entwined with foliage. At each side were baskets o( lavender and gold dahlias and Cathedral Upers In white candelabra maiked. the Improvised nllar. The program of nuptinl- r.ntiVv plajcd by Mrs Murraj Smart, oV- ganist, Included 'Dawning," Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin and Mendelssohn s Wedding March. Mrnes Paul L Tipton, Husscll Farr and George M Lee sang "Venetian Love Song' The tapers sere lighted by Miss Ruth Eleanor "picker ulio wore a tailored frock of black rough creno trimmed wllh rhlnestone clips on the shoulders and at the neck Her small felt hat, in the siimc, shade, had a short \ell nnd her shoulder corsage was or Talisman roses and sweet peas Miss Ruth Butt, as maid ol honor, »ore la green rough crepe dress fashioned In a two piece effect Bo»s of Angora taflcln caught *ith circle 1 ; of rhlnestone circlets, \vere on each side ol the reck, and the deep cuffs were ol the sarne material She wore a close fitting hat of felt Tnlls- man roses caught with wide ribbon in the Talisman shade, formed her arm bouquet 'The bride who was given in marriage b> her father, wore a suit of wood brown basket weave with a three quarter length coat if .f Ir i "5 s n(lrcl1 ln lllc bilck and the ntted coat had pleated rc- •verses and large buttons for trlm- m Jm JHeI ", WhlU; Salt " blouse had a fitted collar which closed around her neck she carried a bouquet, of Joanna Hill roses anci'gymo. fr, ?hi lCCl niU ' * lde snti " '»*£» to thi.same yellow shade- - Her dose. fiUlng felt hat wat trimmed with * stiffened lell. with a ?£. d h r" ?" " ^ hlch matc ^cd the heels of her shoes Mr Tom Omn Bet Is, of Tus- pe,usher5 were Harvey Padgett, Sob Hunter, Ernest Burley "^ ^\L Hou ^ on ' °< Memphis and BlyihevUle. T Immedfately after the service Mr Bttls and his bride left for a motor -trip to, points of Alabama U P?" th - clr "turn next week they »lll, irmke their home In Memphis *here Mr Belts Is conn'ected with the O '.« Engineers Mr »Qd Mfe Churchill M.'Buck : WrenU of the bride, entertained with an informal supper party last '^•anhe^ho^fm^onor ^ of the bridal party and out of town guests These" Included Mr. and Mrs c c Rogers, Mr, and Mrs. fawney Henrlqulsma, Mr and Mrs. Ward Comcrse and daughter, Miss rvmrxx, of Memphis, Mr. Tom G*™ 'Bells of Tuscumbla, Mr. a:id Mrs John Buck of scnath Mo, Mtsees kathcrlnc Denton and «ulh r Eleanor Tucker,' who came home from .University of Mississippi al Oxfc'd, and. Miss Ruth Butt, *no attends Sophie Kcwcomb college »t J Nen -Orleans "" iam- «*»wrsiitp , j, Frank Huffman, who is altend- , tag Mississippi college, Clinton, Wire, v.on a voice contest a\ the By Helen Wclshlincr TIIK olhr llnio I broke my limit The mnsli } r how VK Ha?. I worv il ii|i anil ilonu ih llic niglil love roilc axvuy, T oil, my dciir, a slronwr warn Miiil fnsliinn lliis clisgulsc. Thouijh all my llinvul.v are broken Oil yon, who arcsci win 1 , Vr/HO look awjiy'iHy lilllf ^5' Jo>'i my licail, my tears, Oil, won'l von lidp me ninkc To \» L. E. Old, Jr., ot Memphis Is spending the week-end with Mrs. Old. Misses Kiilliryi) Demon mid Ruth lleaiior Tucker, who attend the inlverslty of Mississippi at Oxford, arc spending the week-end I home. Alex Perdue, of Pine Blull, spent nst night as guest of his .sister, Mis. W. Leon Bmilh, nnd family. 'Mrs. Bush Moore JUKI daughter, Mlss Emma Sue, returned to their home In Hopkinsville. Ky ip today after .several days stay with Mrs. V M. Bull and oilier friends, Mrs. Lute llubbarrt Is In Mom-, ihls today. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry went to Memphis Thursday for the vcck-end. Mrs. Mildred Hnncock returned lo Ifoukliisvlllc, Ky., today after having been guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. n. Mlnynrd for n few days. Miss Marguerite Hiisson, who hns been ill several doys Irom a throat Infection, is better today.- Mrs. J. !••. Lenli spent yesterday In Memphis.' Daughters of Confederacy to Have Busy Three Days Here The special programs and social .Ifairs arranged for Ihc 39lh an- mal stale convention of Hie United Daughters of the Confederacy, which meets here next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, make .he program one ot the most In- lereslliig ever nnaiiBed for such meeting. Local organizations will coopcr- ile in extending welcome to the 00 visiting women expected to attend by having breakfasts, luncheons, lens, ilinnei.s nnd special programs throughout the llircc days ol the meeting, to be presided over by Mrs. Charles S. Lowthorp of Hope, president. The dramb,ci .pi. commerce will entertain, (lie visitors with a luncheon at the Woman's'club Wed- lestay, with Max B. Reid and Oscar Fendler In charge of arrangc- ncnts. b The memorial program will uc leld Wednesday aflernoon al (he •'list Baptist church, wllh Judge A. L. Hutchins delivering (he address. Later in the same alternoon the Delphian Fine Arts club will have n lea at the country club witli Hums. Elton W. Kirby, C. W. Af- Hlck, W. L.' Homer and Rilcy li Jones members of the committee. Mrs. Homer T, Sloan, ot Joncs- bobo, „,„, Mrs T D Rn of Videner, will fireside at the Prcs- ocnta 1 dinner Wednesday evening 1 the Hole! Noble. The historical program | S [ 0 uc eivcn Wednesday evening when Hon. Rice A. Pierce of Union City lenn., commander In chief of the Confederate Veterans, will give an Address on "The United Daughters of the Confederacy and Tliclv Relation l« the 'Confederate Sol- Thc American Lcgloii : Auxiliary, with MM. Edgm- Bonim and Mrs Floyd White in charge,, \vill have a breakfast Thursday morning at Hie Hotel Noble. Mrs. P. P . Ja . cote, of Memphis and Glider second vice president, will preside r H i""',., 1>rcccdc lhc ""veiling the boulder for the • Contedcr- l i « A •'*""''"' P 1X) R»»» »'»i e held at Osceola Tlnirsdr>v afternoon for a bouldct erected' th-re college Wednesday night. As a reward he received the Frank Slay- der scholarship to the department' or voice in that, school. The sc- leclon was based on the merits volce°™ lh<: Pr0mlSe of llic ,,™ s "f, a " a »»»»l contest and the scholarship is awarded - by Frank Slayder, the director of the college glee club. Jly-Shy-Xy Class Meeting. Mcsdames Frank Henlev, Floyd Simpson.and E. R. Jackson were £ l " SM '° "'« Hv-Shy-Ny Bap. (1st Sunday school class at the home of Mrs. E. R. j, clBon ™ •rlt , " strcct ' last evening. The home w«s decorated wllh dah- *?' ros "- ana-.hallowetcn decorations.-.As .the guests arrived thev vvcre , nitlatc<i to thc "»> n.,.Fortune, telling and tmane ,°h J " Ck 6 ' Lanlc ™ c »- tcrlained the guests. Llshl re Ti-l WCrC *•««»' he e ot the evening. ' W i wns tho i " lnual olcftton oflfccrs. the following oniccrs e elected: president, Mrs, Jo l< rl rSt *** Cr " Wel:t - ""•' M n? i ; SCC ° 11(1 vlcc P'-™i- Mrs. Frank Henlev; third president, Mrs. RE niav- fourth vice preside, t, M s d Simpson; secFetary-treasur-' cr, Mrs B. T. Worthy; corresponding secretary,.;. Mrs. CT F for -the Confederate soldiers of that lawn. ' Tho closing social affair will be a luncheon at the Woman's club Tinirsday when ihe local U. U. C. chapter alia: the Woman's club will be hostesses. Members ol this committee nre: Mines. W. Al. Taylor,'A: M. Butt, s. p. Mavlln and J. W. Attains. The .president's dinner, the two evening ssrvlces at the auditorium and the unveiling ot the memorial boulder In Mahan park will be (he only events open to the public. Lango p.-T. A, held Us ' regular monthly meeting Tuesday,'October 19, in (he school nurtllo'rium, Before the business session the children of the 5th grtvde entertained Ihe grmi]) by singing several sonijs, with Miss Rose Spink ni, the pl- uno. During Ihe business soss-lon it was reiK)r(ed that tlio Tag Day nctlcd $16.80. A motion was made and cnrried (hat- P.-T. A. assist in observing American Education week, November 5 to nth, nnri Alines. George Barhnm, Herman Himcr and H. C. Layson were appointed as a special committee to hove chnge of these programs Mra. Seal urged that as many members ns possible attend the County Council meeting, Friday October iDlh. in Lcachville. Mrs. E<l Hardln rend ['resident Roosevelt's "Message to Parents" after which Mra. u. W. Mulllns held nn own discussion wllli "The EITcct of Rcprt Cards on Character Dc- vclonnmit." ns her subject. Many inlercsllng opnions were given on this topic. There \vcre 35 present. The rcguliir meeting of (lie Central Ward P.-T. A. was held October nth with Miss Swift's mom winning the ]n ' KC ol „ t | o! | nr for Having the most mothers present Miss Winnie Turne; gave a talk on Hie neiv rc|»rt c.irds, cxplnfn- n>S lo the moihci-s ihe advantages of thrm over the old ones. Mrs. Harry Haines reported that Ihe cod liver oil had been shipped, and that a hallowe'en party for the children hsd been planned. There Is to be a county council mceiuig at Lcachville Friday with two prominent speakers, Mrs Scott Wood, and Dr. E.' T. Vestal. The slnle council meeting will be held at Fort Smith next month. "I the executive board meeting the following recommendation was made: That the Central Wnrd P.~- A. sell slickers for the Arkansas Ccnlrnniui celebration to be held in ID3G. Among those present were the pastor and his wife, and the Rev Carpenter made a short talk. t)cli and Vicinity Miss Alice Peterson was tr.c guest Sunday of Misses Wilma and Marie Miss L-jrla Meadows, ot Ekron, 5as the o j hcr a ,, nt] M Bertha Smilh. Sunday. Mlssos Wilma and" Marie Igle«« nnd Ml« Ailcc Peterson vis- Uca ai Rowland Sunday. M^sc.-i Dottha and June Lanz nave returr.M from Na.shvllle •enn.. -,->., :rc U: , : , havc b[(;n ftl . icnuir,^ i«.,iu,L MIM J>5rth,i ivin "turn to :i«h-,j;> Bunday but June Mil rw;4i f , iri I>:1| and attend ichtx,! fe r «. l m« I^'* ^^V'nCi'in Dell.' hk \,u 2 y r " - vl ' llcd ln " cm - ut Sau ' rda >' r-l«'ni and Sunday. „"' u Lawaf or Mcmpnte KIXM here a '" nl I " ld u ' nclc Vernon Iglc'hearf is atlcndlno- tho Arkansas school (or lh c blind a LHlle Rock. Bits oj Nuts MosJly Persona!. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1934 Miss Anna Margaret Wood To Wed Mr. Rue! Butler LOXOHA, Ark., Oct.''20—Mr. and Mrs. c. n. Wood today made formal announcement of. tlie cn- gagcmcnt nnri approncliine marriage of tht'lr dmiglitur, Annii Mnrgarel, who will'wed Mr.-Rene! W. Butler of Hope, Ark., orV'No-' The wedding will,'be solemnized wllli a candle light ceremony lit the First Baptist church at -5 o'clock , in. lhc nflernoori. The Rev. R. A. Khiibroilgli, pasior, ivll) o-'fitiuie. : The bride-elect is a graduu'U i>f :hc University of Arkhnsns nnd also of William Woo-.! college at, Pillion, Mo., and is a member of the I Mia Oamrna sorority. She is,widely knoVvn and popular in south. Mississippi county nnd for the past two, years lias been a "fe 110 - 1 ' of N>e Luxora grade school : J Mr. Butler is lha sou of Mr. nncl Mrs, J. T. Butler ol ' Ho|w. : He is a eraiiuale of (he Unlvcrflty of Arkansas mid a member of Ihe Pi.. Kappa Alplra Irafcrntty. For the past year nc l-.ns been a member of the. Pi;rtietle Consolidated school faculty. Mr. "lid Mrs. Butk-r will make their hoiiic in L i.«,ra. Sixly-Eight Leaders Attend Session at LeacK- ville Yesterday, Sisly-eiglit leaders ol Parent- Teacher associations In eight Mississippi county towns attended Ihe county council meeting at Lcaeh- villc ye.storday. Mrs, R , c Lans . ston, of Lusorn, president, presided in (lie all duy session. Features of the program were addresses by Mrs. Scott Wood, of Hot Sprlnjjs, state president, who spoke on "School ot Instruction" Dr. E, T. Vestal, of Arkansas Stale college, Joncsboro, who sjwke on "Ac-live I'urtlcipatton Int civic Affairs llic clllzcn's Privilege," and Hunter Slcadnian, of the Blylhc- vlllc junior high school, who dis- cii.^rd "Looking Forward. " H. B. Hnsser, superintendent ol thq Leacliville schools, welcomed (he visilore, the Rev. J. T. Renfro, pastor of the Lcachville Dap- list cliurch, said tho invocation, n playlet was given by students' of the Ulythcvllle high school Public S)«uMi)s class, and the Leacli- ville high school chorus sang. . Groups represented were: Slmw- nee, Osccoln, Luxoni, Armorcl Hurfman, Dell. Leachvillc, and the Lunge, Central,- senior and junior hieh sclioolr, here. The Ciatral ward and junior high scliools of Blythcviilc won I the attendance honors. Demonstration Club News Notes Ekron Club News. Canning is still in progress at the Ekron kitchen. Materials for a new furnace lo be installed in the kitchen, arc on Hie ground. A pie supper, given October 11 more than paid the expenses of the kitchen. A quill, made by members ol Ihe club and given away al. the supper, was 1VO !| by litllc Eu- ecne Seymonre. members, will lake her .place. Ekron News Notes Mr. and Mrs. Carl Poll ,-iro lh» parents ol a bnby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Virownlcc are the parents of n daughter. Mr. Rtggs and bis family visilc-i nl Hurdetlc Sunday. Gordon Hardin. ot Burdeltc. visited Mrs. Maud Anna clay Sim- Wilthim pay,,,, was Jn Jilck Tenn., last week end. Mr. j«id Mrs. James Cmmhv have moved to Jackson, Tcnn. " Mrs. Owen • Doss has Imr, ., L (ending the Namcne assembly'a' Hot Springs this week. ' The Rev. George „' Blythcvillc. v.111 conduct snv icps -H" Ekron Saturday night. her regular monthly :iniolnlin«i'i here Sunday. HES LUTHERAN CHUKC1I 11. J. Mlf ludif JJit, I'aslor Sunday school, 9 A. M. Morning worship, 10 A. M. Sermon theme: "Walking in tile Light". First lecture on The Life ol Christ, 0:30 P. M. Evening worship, 7:30 p. M, Sermon theme: "Why Should Christians Refrain from Cursing?" IiiEtrucllon class meets Mondays and Fridays at 3:30 p. M. Wiiltlier League mecls Wednesday, 7 P. M. Bible fundamentals lecture Friday, 7 P. M. Sunday school teachers' meeting Friday, 8 P. M. Everyone is heartily invited to visit our sen'icss. Ralph Farrar Elected Seior Carnival Manager '•' Plans lor the Senior Carniva •were made this week. Ralph Farrar was elected carnival innimgci nnd James Oiiiird business manager. Rouse Hiirp. Lottie lleatl! •and Mary Alice Freeman were appointed stage committee. Tiic chorus committee is composed of Mary Spayne Usrey nnd Isabel Brandon. Kuth Burks, nnd Hill Moore arc (he members of the 'refreshment commute. The play 'commute?,' composed of Lucille Bourlaml, Lamar Wilburn and Pauline Hires, has selected a Spanish fiesla as the theme of- the piny. ii- Plans arc being made for senior class picnic next Wednesday or Thursday. Transport niton is being, provided by M. G. Normiui, E. ;.?. Rogers ami.'lYttnccs "Holland. The, entertainment committee for the picnic is N. B. Mcnard, Patty Shane and Silencer Alexander. Organize Shakespeare Club at Shawnee School Those anticipating membership in the Junior Shakespeare club >n SlHiwiiec school had a wieiu roast last week. ; The club held its (j ra t meeting Tuesday. The name "As You Like It', wns chosen, and Hie following officers elected: Prcsi- tftnt, Oclavla Uealon; vice-president, Melva Foils; secretary, Dorothy Long; treasurer, Lorraine Golden; reporter, Frances Sanderson; enlertainmem committee, Jackie Little, Carlenc Golden George Sisk and F. H. T:»te FIRST TRESllVTBIUAN CHURCH S. H. Salmon, Pastor 3:45 a.m., Sunday Church school, S. E. Vail, Supt. 11:00 a.m., morning worship. Sermon topic, "Throe Reasons For Giving." 6:45 p.m., Tiie-Young-Peoplc-of- the-Clnnch meeting. 7:30 p.m., evening worship. Sermon topic, "God's Justifiable Demand." FIRST METHODIST CHURCH W. V. Womack, Pastor Church school, 9:45 ajn. Morning worship, 10:55 a.m. Sermon subject, "Making the Home Christian." League worship services. 6:45 p 111 . ': '• - : !.'Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. Sermon subject; "The Brook That Failed." The Board of Stewards will meet Monday evening at 1:30 o'clock Rev. P. Kinsolving Is Associatio Moderator LEIMNTO,-Ark.-Tiie Rev. Pete Kinsolving, of Harrkbnrg, was rc- Midway Notes Smil Walker visited at Stop Mo., Tiiurjxjav Hlckman, Ky., Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McDonald ar,( Miss Lorenc McCain visited Hit- fv « canuhcrsvllle. Mo.. la " ^ a<1 L- M. McDonald attended ih I'^o Might at Memphis Moi ™ ,.'"• es, at the a more llran 500 min^icrs"a!id"dcic J - salcs. other officers named were: Rev. L. C .Miller, Neltlcton. vico- modemtor; Rev. P. „. Porrjsll Joncsboro. clerk, and the Rev Ed- gnr Carney, Joncsboro. treasurer. Reiser News Notes Mr and Mrs. J. T. Power, of )sccola, have rented rooms In Hie lomc of Mrs. C. L. Nichols. Mr [Powers is employed by the Matthews Construction company Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Mize spent Sunday ntlcrnoon in Memphis Mis. Fred Crockett and Mr*' R (H. Robinson arc scrvini; on" the jsrnnd jury at Osccola this week j Mr. and Mrs. Waller Kcltncr .•.pent Sunday in Paragould. | Mr. and Mrs. Salchel Anchlin. Miss Mildred Young il)cm R tfvf days u-ilh Mr. and M rs. AfiM _ Mr. and Mrs. Silas Meade announce lhc birth of a son. weighing nine and one-half pounds Keiscr foolball team was defeated by Parkin by a imM majority iast Friday. Mrs. Waller Keltner has accepted a posilion iis nurse in the office or Dr. Polk, taking tho position recently vacated by Miss Virginia Dtmavant. Leachvili Leachville; , Wilson; Tom Cat Picks Skunk As His Sweetheart GATES, Ore. IUP)-T. P. Lake's d'Tom cat has proved himself to .;- I be EOmcvvhnl of a puzzle. K.j Tlic cat has Rclcctcd a female ow | skunk for his constant companion. :r- For the past six months the old Tom has escorted his lady love to Lake's back yard at meal times nnd then returns with Ws girl {friend lo the woods. FIRST IIAI'TIST CHUKCII Eighth and Walnut sis. Rev. Alfred Carptnler, Pastor Sunday school,.9:45 A, M. Morning worship, 11 A. M. bubject: "And in Judea". B. T. U., C:30 P. M. Evening worship, 7:30 p. M. Subject: "Over the Circumstances". Special music at, both services. Wednesday: Teachers' meeting, P. M.; Mid-Weck service. 7:30 P. M.; and Clioir rehearsal. 8:30 P. M. CHURCH OF CHRIST Court House Auditorium JV. S. Taylor, Minister Sunday school, 10 A. M. Church, 11 A. M. Subject: "Lessons From a Slamp". This is n comparative, subject with an appeal to both age and youth. Communion, 11:45 A. M. Evening service, 7:30 p. M. Sermon: "The Conflicts of Life". We will sincerely appreciate your presence at both services. One of America's most noled authors, Irvin s. Cobb, has supplied Will Rogers with his latest Fox Film vehicle, "Judge Priest," which will come to the RitK theater Sunday and Monday. Rich human interest, it is said, blends with laughter and tears in this tale of n sleepy southern town, which slill Is not too sleepy to cradle stirring drama, Millions of readers know this grand old Jurist- of fiction. Will Rogers, from all accounts, contributes to the film a memorable portrait of this ex-Confedcr- ntc soldier, who dilutes justice with the milk of human kindness and who saves from disaster a helpless (jirl and the father whom she has never known. The cast recruited for Rogers' support, includes such names as Anita Louise, Tom Brown, Rochcl- le Hudson, Henry B. Walthall, David Landau nnii the ever hilarious Stepln Pctchit. Music, youth and laughter! rhose three ingredients, skillfully mixed, arc the bases of "Student Tour," Metor-Gotdwyn-May- ers merry laughaganza which plays Tuesday and Wednesday at For comedy, Jimmy Durante and Charles Buttenvorth, each a comic star In his own right, hold the center of the sta B e. They form a contrast that, in Itself, is scream- ingly funny. "Student Tour" deals with the FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 6lh & Main V. E. Buttcntorth, Minister "Christian Things Not Yet Restored" is the sermon subject of the minister at the morning service beginning at 11 o'clock "Things Not Shaken" is the sermon tlieniE for the service beginning at c p.m. o'clock. Bible school, M. T. Moon, superintendent, begins at 10 a.m. with classes for all ages. Plans are being made for a big church dinner and mid-week service to be maturated next Wednesday night at the social halls of the church. The new minister, Mr. Buttenvorth, appreciates the friendly reception given him by tile people of this community, and gives a sjjccia! invitation to friends of the church to attend Ihesc services. OSCEOI.A CHRISTIAN CHURCH The Rev. V. E. Bultcrworlh will preach Sunday evening at the service beginning at 7:30. The sermon theme will be "Things Not Shaken.'' Evangelistic singing will precede the sermon. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone <vho will attend this service. I..1KB ST. M. E. CUtlKCH W. .1. I.cRoy, P.islor Sunday school, 9:4S a.m. Preaching, 10:50 a.m. Sermon by (lie Rev. Sam Wiggins -of Joncs- boro, presiding elder. ' Leagues, 7 p.m. Church, 7:30 p.m. Subject "Willing." The fourth quarterly conlcrcnce will lie held following the morning service when new olficcrs will be elected. All are urged to hear the presiding elder. Negro Students Sing for Cooking School Teacher The pupils or the local negro school sang negro spirituals and the negro national anthem Bt the assembly period Friday morning for Miss Edna M. Ferguson, who conducted the Courier News cooking school, and her assistant, Miss Jeanne Lay. "There Is Balm in Giliad" was given in a duet by Ophcrita Danilcs and Bessie Pnr- tce. The school was opened October 15 with im enrollment ol 438 pupils. The faculty for (his year Is A. A. Arnold, principal, J. W, Bav- abin and Opherita Daniels, vocational teachers; Bessie Partee, M, J. Shivers. Maude E. Toliver, V. M. Arnold, and Oclavla Shivers. Read Courier views Want Ads. Phone. 717 At Night—Sunday—Anytime For Quick and Dependable Wrecker Seryke Phillips Motor Co. NEXT WEEK a/ Blytheoille's Theatres THE hilarious adventures of a group of college boys and girls on a trip around the world. They visit China, India. Monte Carlo and many other- points of interest and at each 'stop they run Into scream- ingly funny complications , Romantic leads of the, picture are Played by Maxims Doyle and Phil Regan, two sUiglng newcomers to the screen, expected to become one of the filj,, S ' outstanding sweetheart teams, When "Menace," the new Paramount murder mystery, oneris at the tUU theater SaturdaF audiences will have the opportunity to guess the idently of th e Send-; imc" 1 " Wh ° PMs a fil " k(er Although he figures prominent-, ly in the story's action, and is often before the camera, the actual murderer is not unmasked until the picture's bizarre a;«l sUrtlln^ climax Is reached. • •" ° In all there are seven people including two 'women, who. may very well be the killer. • The settings and atmospheric backgrounds arc weiPsuileti.' to the story, beginning in an ^African jungle lodge (rnd ending in a "n' iso'; iated house high in 'the mountains of California. '•• !.-. Several prominent players are importantly cast in ."Menace" which features the two youh^ stars of "The Notorious Sophie Lang'" Gertrude Michael and Paul Cavanagh. THE "He WHS Her Man," a new Varner Bros, production with an unique love theme, opens al the Roxy theater Sunday and Monday with James Cagney and Joan Blondell in the stellar roles. The picture is said to be a highly dramatic story of a thoroughly unscrupulous underworld character who has a way with women and takes his love where he finds it. The role Is enacted by Cagney.wllh Miss Blondell playing the part of a woman of the streets who is • about- to put her past belli M her and marry n. Portuguese fisherman when she becomes infatuated with this'rogu,s with a magnetic personality. ' V Cagney, the arcli villain, is about to double cross the girl 'when members of the gang on whom he has squealed catch up with him and he does the one decent act of Ills life by going to his death without, Involving her. Victor Jory has the role of the fisherman lover while others in the cast include Frank Craven RuKell Hopton, Ralfe Harold, Sarah Paddcn; John Qualcn, George Chandler nnd Samuel E. Hines. | Kelly, Paul Page, Reginald Owen Robert McWade and John shde- han. - . One of the most amusing and highly entertaining pictures of the season is promised the patrons of the Rosy theater with the booking Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of "The Countess or Monte Crtsto," UnivcrsaPs gay and intriguing continental drama, with Fay Wray and Paul Lukas in the featured roles. The story presents the unique situation of a little film extra git! «'ho masquerades as a countess and Ihc embarrassing moments she lives through before she is discovered and roekelctl to fame on the crest of publicity. Lukas is right at home in this continental background, while Fay Wray sparkles in a new and different characterization, others in the worthwhile cast include Patsy A. w. Hackel's latest Western "The Brand of Hate," starring Bob " Steele, plays at the" Roxy Friday and Saturday. Tiic plot concerns itsell with the development of tile hero, Rod Camp, from a rather shy diffident lad of the status of a nian who can hold his own with the strong hand, or play the knigTit errant in .behalf ot a distressed damsel when occasion requires ' So far as purely -physical- iiualiflca.- '. lions go, Rod does not' comparison with the ranch stalwarts around him. But he is handicapped in his ambitions to prove himself as good as the next fci- low by the consciousness that he Is still a young 'un in point of years, and the fact that, his own folks, as well as the cowhands Insist upon regarding him as a boy. When pretty Margie. Orkins cleverly portrayed by Lucille Brown, comes into his life Rod . for the first time 'realizes what ove means, and from -then on, hitherto unknown forces drive him to assert himself as a not unimportant member of the commim- I'afridgc Committed Suicide : DOVER-FOXCROFT, M" (UP! 7^ pi>Ttridgc cornWcd suicide at Arthur Dyer's home by crashing through n window. It fell to Hie' floor inside, dead. The Dyers had Partridge stew for supiwr HOTEL NOBLE Is Now Agent For American Airlines, Inc. Call 835 •For Information and Reservations- Notice to .1 Contractors Seated Wds for repair and maintenance work on culvert anil ditch at Kivcrvale, Arkansas will he received until 10:00 A. M., October 25, 1934 al the' office of Orainjific Disfricl No. 7, Marked Tree, Arkansas, u t which time bids will be publicly opened liy atilhorized representatives of Drainage Dislrict No. 7 of I'oinsctl County and Drainage District \o. IT of Mississippi County. Said work consists of removal of drift from and in front of culvert and the driving of approximately 3,000 lineal feet, of piling. S Hans and specifications covering this work arc on file al the offices of Drainage District No. 7 al .Marked Tree, Arkansas anil Drainage Districl No. 17 at lilylhcville, Arkansas. A certified check for five per cent of the amount of Ihe bid musl accompany each bid and (he right is reserved to reject' any or all bids submitted. For further information, sec J. W. MHYKH, Engineer, Lynch Uuilding, I!lythcvi!!c, Arkansas. i

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