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MM TWO •LITHEVtLLE, (ARK.V COURIER NEWS SAT tmt)AY, OCTOBER 27, •> X IO CYC i F T u [ v^/ v*^ i^t^^ ^v^d I I rfr~ \ ^ Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS 'min's council OJ Die First church is meeting at Die ' home of Mrs u b Ward at 2 JO o'clock • Mrs. Evercll B Gcc and Osem Hatdanay htthig <S»ncc at CoanUS club. 9;30 pffl W M S first W=!hodist cliilrch meeting »t church, i'30 P™. : First Baptist church flavins re ocptlen for the Rev. and Mrs M- trsd • Carpenter. TUESDAY'S EXTENTS Mr« Joe G TtlescVwan having • Young Matrons club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs.' R. P. Klrscrmcr Imvlng Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs Joel chandler. Mrs. J Ernest Hflsson having Thursday Contract ciub. For Afternoon Wear ') MI'S Kiuen Ccmpllmenioil, **. Miss Marguerite Hasson, whose nmrriag; to Mr Jones Dunham H of Memphis will be solemnised ^ on fTovembci 10, wns the sues. 'i of honor at a bndje patty cvm, i, last evening to Mrs. John Lenu J and Mrs IT.iitcell Farr at thi S Fftrr home. ] The 24 sliibtf plaj'cd cards In Jt rooms tircbraU'd with roses, dahVUs ^ and chrjsamnenitims In shade. ) which blended wllh the pink nnd Eilyei tt'd'al tallies " Mrs Cauol BlaXcmore won fust i' T-rtze, a com fact and pertuim sit, tne cut prize, hosiery, went 1 I* Mis \JM Trieschman, and the bflde-elect, v^as. iiresi-ntttt inono- I grammed sheets, and pillow cases - i A fruit Hi i.il was served Mil. 3 tayn brt&tl, checs* crackers snt f (iofTcc Mlw Hnsson's pliUs was ?! narked, cith a nodding ring _ ' • " * Girls Auxiliary . The Girls Auxiliary of tlic First i Baptist church «ns entertained by ^ Mis Alfred Carpenter We'dncsday '' afternoon \vhen 15 members nl- lended; * A missionary program \\as given and gifts we're collected for th< 1 orphanage K«freshments « ere-served dur- « ing the social hour. t \ * ' * \ Circles Ha>* i I*&rg« At tendance. s An average of 40 members of the ' Woman's Missionary society ol the First Baptist'church attended Ihi " prayer seryicos each afternoon UiU week at the church These were t a part ol the program planned !m 'the..'Loyalty campaign next week. During this time the circle members' Wn assist In enlistment work. ? — • • • , Has Bridge Pirt\. Mrs W D McClurkin was hos- I ttis lo IS guests Friday afternoon I , at her home In the Peters aparl- | ment nhen she used a pink and i blaek color motif. ' These shades f>evc effectively J shown by pink tapers In black hold' ers and 1 roses which decorated tlic < rooms Tile gifts were wrapped In \ black paper arid tied with pink ribbons and on each p(alc v»ss a pink i carnation A fruit salad course was | served. Mrs M O Usrcy v,on the first v prise-, a luncheon sel, second high, I an ash tray,' went to Mrs A. B. Falrficld and Urs. • Russell Phillips won the cut award, measuring cups. :HBS CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Euphi D. Bcaslcy, pastor Sunday school, H:i5 a.m. E. L, Evans, superintendent. Morning worship, li a.m. Sermon subject, "A Call for Courage.' N. Y. P. S., 0:30 p.m. Evening service, 1:15 p.m. Sermon subject, "The call ol Chrkt." 5 lans (or Wood-Butler Nuptials Are Annoumiec Miss Anna Margaret. Wood, ol jiixora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 3. B. Wood, Is loday announcing he plans for )«r wedding lo Mr. luel W. Duller, of Hope, Ark. The ceremony will be at 5 o'clock he afternoon of November 1, nt -he First Baptist church oi Luxora Ur. n. A. Klmbroitgh, piwtor of ihel ls called U P Ynnder," Tills subjec church, will officiate. (has been selected for a brief study Miss ISvalyn Scott, of Memphis, al thls h<mr ' "' be niatti or honor and Miss CHURCH OF CHRIST Courthou&u'Auditorium N. S. Taylor, Minister Sunday school, 10 n.m. Sermon, it a.m. "When the Hoi will Ethelync Howard, of Fayettcville Ark., win be bridesmaid. Mr. Hay Ciimbln, of Hope, Svlll save ns best nmn and the bride- elect's brother, C. n. Wood, jr., of LMora, will be groomsman. Ushers will be Edward Scgraves arid Hobert Olllcspic jr., both of Lu'x- ora. The bride's cousin, Miss' Rath Dlllahunty, of Blythevillc, will light tile tapers preceding the candlelight ceremony; her molher, Mrs. c, B Wood, irtll play [lie wedding inarch oiid will accompany Mrs. Rives Allen, of Blythevlllc, who will play the violin, nnd Miss Elzabe'th-Har- rison, ol Helena, Ark., who will s'lig in a program of pra-nuptlnl music. ^ . The bride will be given awaj bi h»r father, Mr. c B Wood Miss Wood attended William Wood college at Fulton, Mo, and lalei was graduated from the Uni- \crsity of Arkansas She is a mem- rer of Hie Delta Gamma sorority Mi Butler, son of Mr and Mis J. T Butler, of Hope, 15 also a graduate of the University of Ar- nnsas nnd h a member or. the PI Mvppa Alpha fraternity He Is teaching at prcwnt In the Burdetlc Con wild a led school , Tha brlde-eiect has been complimented -with a scries of delightful social affairs since announcement of her engagement a week ago. Mrs 'laylor Scgra\es and Mrs Edward s Segraves entertained with Communion, 11:30 a.m. There will be no evening service but we sincerely Invite you to be present at the morning worship. MfetiioftiSf CHUKCH W. V. Womack, P»slor Sunday school, 9:45 A. M. Church, 11 A. M. The Rev. J T. Hood will preach. There will bo no evening churc service. = WEJEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON: Paul Interpreted Christian Standard The Inlfrnallorul iJnlfoon Son. p a iil, who saw the Christian life ous thing lo which only a'.jevv ay School L#&K»n for Oct. 28. " ' '"" "^ ***•" io^*"a« a"*^ °Zt*n\nra- !,;•-•-*-» =n^i^: x^r.v ..*»u.MhH *.;.....i_; BY WM. E. GILROY, D. D. Editor of AdvwTce ' For the Christian standard ol in'.all its" largeness arid compre- ] could ailain; tut cftrtimoi} p?op)o : , . h'ensiveness, saw it also In Its even those whose liveis had',be«.n • (nbjt ininuto details of daily U»lng. m*rre<! by jrross sins .and *rong: The .large life 61 love arid right- attitudes, could fli.i such pescp. nnd truth was fo be and Joy through the re-creation' of '•. ifc we tufn""toThe' IntcfbK'tatlch ""lanlfcst In a restraint; upon evil their lives by the power of Christ.', if a great master Chrktlifh as hn: 1 *^!** and upon »' hwty-tongue^' This Is the standard ot Chr^T ;ave It to early disciples in thel Tne morc lmly rnin had his tisn living. Our lesson is gitwas 'hurch at Ephcsus. jheart set upon the higher .things, on international temperance: le*-> Pa i -toe n man "ui A i •• I" 16 more Inevitably would tie re- son, but Uw standard applies'to idui was n man wno naa learn- ! fra)n from cyll ) lab!t _, ajl( j prac . evely asjx , ct of llf(! and ,„ C jij ry ., tices. . . . . - - . down as the one great foundation ol all Christian living. We cannot follow Christ, w'c cannot understand His precepts or emu- atc His example, unless we have so lived with Him and so taken His teaching Into our lives that we have learned from Him as a Master.' What Ii this deepest of all truths In Jesus that Paul snys we may learn of Christ? It Is the lesson lhat bur lives can be recreated and renewed, that we can put o'n wliat Paul calls "the new mari created in rlghleousriess and holiness," putting away all the evil attitudes and evil words and evil acts that arc associated with the "old mart." FIHST PRESBYTERIAN CHUKCI S. if. .Salmon, PxsCor 0:45 a. m., Buiiday Church! lerworth's theine at the 7:30 p. ll;GO a. m., Morning Worship, service School, S. E. Vail, Supt. Sermon topic, "Grasshoppers- and Giants." Paul saw tills Christian life as life of self-conlrol and disciple, ul as a life of elemental peace, because disharmony and djscord •lad been overcome through grace. To him the Christian life was one of a supreme joy that could not )o shaken even by suffering and persecution. Jn his own life he showed tliati even in the darkness of a prison, with his feel fast in the stocks, ho and his companion could .sjjig songs and praises to God. It means much to have an experience like that, but Paul believed that it was aii experience that was possible for every Christian. * • ' » It was not some great miracul thing that would weaken or de-/ ctroy the soul's Integrity 'nrid' Btrengtli. , Paul saw men and women glv-•*_ ng themselves - over to evil hablt^' and evil practices In the hope of. Indihg tome stimulation and in-. loxication, as young floks today: would say "getting a kick out of life." He pointed out a hl?her. 11 was not a. w»y of mere ncga-' lion or of dumbness; it was a way s!so ol iiisplration ahd of stlriiula- tion aniountirig. even to Sntoxica'-- lion. But Paul's words were, "Be not (trunk with wine, wherein Is. excess; but be filled with the Spirit" . .: That is intoxication to sonic pur- A handsome : Iorinal allernoon or dinner, dress ol black satin wllh gold ' threads a low V neckline, dolman. .sleeves and an ankle- skirt Hllh ploaleti Inserts near the hemline With It is shown smurt veiled turban-type -hat: and a black snede bag, mohogrummed -J : with cocktail Initials Bits oj Neits Mostly Personal Mr. nnd Mrs Rose, £ A Staoy nnd \\erc victors in Memphis Friday. Troy Mullens, assistant conn.y getit; atlcuded to business in Wilon ftidny.. Miss Margaret. Mooic and Miw Emily Thompson, of nilrdettc, were /islton, In Memphis ycstciday. Harmon Robinson, who lias bcci II, has reliiriicri froin Dr. Hud icr's clinic, in Memphis. He is TOW much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Siilllvun, Miss Alma Maloncy and Bill Kravei niarle n hvwricd trip to Mcmi' w Thursday evening to atwnd th jreddlng of Miss Loiilso Totty, o Memphis, nnd Mr. E. J. Owens Jr., formerly of Blyihcvlllc bu .low oi Memphis. Mr. Ovens i cousin ot Mrs. Sullivan. Mrs. J. H. Elklns is spcnrUn .oriny in Memphis. Sfr. and Mrs. W. D. Cliambli went to Sardls, Miss., today fo Mr. Clwimbllu's parents, Mr. Mis. W. D. Cbamblln. Si. Jones Dunham, of Memphis, 'will arrive this evening to be Ihc jucst of his fiancee, MIES Mnr- jucrils Hassan, niul Iwi 1 patcnls, for tiiu week-end. Fred Oilman is atlending lo business ,. in Dallas, Tex., for several days. Miss Lois Hooper Is In Memphis for the week end. Mrs. Herman Bcshears and:children have returned to llitlr homo „ -^ -i in Oklahoma City, Okla., after an Herman Cross Posey. Marj- Jo I extended visit wllli relatives Fisher, Jack McChristian and Har-; E j. EakCT) 0{ Tcxarkana, is at- vey_ Morris won prizes 1 tending to .business here .today. Has Club Party. ^Mrs.-'Roseoe Craftoii, of Little Rtreis, hotocguesl o[ Mr. and Mrs. Tom ^farlin, Mrs. James Hill 'jr., and Airs. W. D. McClurkin were guests ot Mrs Charles E Wslle this week when sha had Ihc Thursday Bridge club •A breakfast cloth went lo Mrs McClurkin for the prize A'plale lunch was served. Jlai Hallowe'en Parly. .Miss. Circles Wood hud a Kal Iqwe'en-party last evening nl her suburban home on Iho Norlh highway. The 16 guests played appropriate games before being served cake,'and hot chocolslc. rleu" daughters Misses Adele angston and'Sara Niihn, who at- nd school there. Mrs!-Fred'Warren artd;daughter, larjorte, and Mrs.' j.- E. Orllz are 1 Memphis today, 5ho«er at Lti^ora Ihursrfay evening and Mrs Elizabeth EHos entertained Friday eye niug at bridge nt her Luxora home complimenting Miss Wood shells the Biicst of, honor today at a luncheon given at the Memph'is home Of Mrs Alvin Wunderllch, with Mrs Wundrrltch, Mrs Noble Hunt,and Hiss Evalyii Scott, all of Memphis hostesses, ami she will again JK complimented wfien members 'o ;he brtaal party are entertalned''"by Mrs S 3 Smith and Mrs J I Mif flln of*Luxora at n sis o'clock din. ner Rt'theVBlythevills Country oSf on Wednesday evening, 'pfecedin the -fteddiny rehearsal at th' Lux ora - church 0 45 p. m., The-Young-People- of-llie-chiirch in Vesper Service. 7:30 p. in., Evening Worship, Sermon topic, "Protection, Pardon, and Peace." IHIUSTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY "PROBATION AFTER DEATH" s Iho subject of llie Leswm-Scr- lon which will be read in all 3iiurchcs of Christ, Solentlst, S$ui- ny morning at' ii • o'clock. The Golden Text is: "The last ncmy that shall be destroyed is cadi" (I Carlhthipns 15:26). Among the citations whlcii. com- irise Ihe Lesson-Sermon is the ollowing /rorii the Bible: "And one if the elders answered, saying un- o me. Wliat arc these which are nayecl in white robes, and whence came tlicy? (Revelations 7:13). The Lesson-Sermon also includes he following passage from the Jhristirm Science, textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy; 'There is but one way to heaven, harmony, nnd Christ in divina Science chows vis • Ihis -way. II. is lo know no other reality—to have ;io other consciousness of life— than good, God, ahd His reflection, and lo rise superior to the so-called pain and pleasure of the senses" (p 243). ' '•'•' A -Christian ScieniS',.'message -is broadcast every Wednesday - at 10:30 a. m. over KLGN. FIRST BAPTIST CHUKCll Alfred Cfuptnter,/ Pastor Sunday school, 9:46 A. M. Church, II A. M. Sermon topic: "Thiee Days on a. River Bank". B. .T. U's., 6:30 P. M. Chufcli, 7:30 P. M. Sermon topic: "Mali's Make-Up". .. this opens our Loyalty campaign wiiich Is to include nightly services with motion pictures of Bur- bp'can scenes. nd here wllh Mrs. Montgomery's larents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V, Keh- nett. ' Miss Cora .Bryant and her aunt, Irs. Cora Bryant, drove to Little k Thursday, where they were he guests of Dr.-and Mrs. J. H. \Iurphyi stopping over on the- way o ; Cisco, Texas; to visit relatives. Hiss Bryant will 'go 'to Lawessa, Texas, to vljslt the family of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mc- Hornersviile Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. .Clyde 'Wc-llman and Eons, and sister, Miss Mary "Wellman, left Wednesday for their homes in St. Louis, after sending ten days here with Mrs. Wollman's mother, Mrs..R. E. Anderson, arid sister, Miss Katherine. Mr. ahd Mrs. Mllford Sanders, aria Miss Iteion Morris Parks .arid liiollier, Mrs. ,W. M. Gates, drove to- Mavbjc HlU Sunday aintJ were guests of Dr.-'and Mrs. C. A. Snri- defs. '..... '; .' Miss Ollle Brown, of Bragg City, was a Sunday guest of Mrs. J. L. .L. W. Sneiiry, the p. W. A. In- .pector,. of St. Louis, spent the week end" here on/business. Mrs. .H. Ii. Kenley and son arid Mrs. G. R; Kenley, drove to Memphis on business Tuesday. James Paul" Ray left last Thursday for Willow Springs, Mo., where he his sccepted : a position. Cecil Hayes sold .the boxes at the comunlty box supper at CpU ton Plant lait Friday evening. The sale netted ^63.50, wh'ich is to go to the sc'tiool and Sunday school. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor Mrs. Ross; Taylor, and daughters Misses 'Georgia,.Marie, and Willie [shopped in Blythcvfije Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Webb kenhet shopped in Blythhvllle last Fridaj f. A. .woi -aiutheisville Couple Mai i led m BIytheMlle C'ARUTHERSVI'LLE Mo — An ouncement was made Thursday of he marriage or Miss Helen How oii and Vlvgil Brunvson, toUi ot tils city, tho ceremony: taking place t Dlythcville, Ark.,, Del. 20. Mrs. Brumson Is tha eldest ciaxigh- er of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Howlng- on ol this city. Mr. Brumson, vliosc home Is al Arkadelphta, Ark., ins been residing here for several vceks. He is employed on one ot he government projects near this :ity. Hospital Notes Admitted Mrs Virgil Kellner, Leuchville, Arlen Sharp, mi, Miss Eula Gordnn, Caruthcrsville SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH W. Main at Igih Street Kcv. J. T. Renfro, P.istor Bible school, 3:45 A. M., Thos. Bogun, suiiertntendent. Neighbors TeH Why Singing Annoyed Them BAN FRANCISCO. 1 (UPJ-— Tile reasons they objected ; to Alfred Johnson's .singing, householders' of ie 00 Rolluck Slreet vicinity cx- minert to Paul Madrten, bond and Has HalloKe'eii Party. LaFetra May, small daughter oi Mr and Mrs Lafajelle May, entertained 30 ot her Mends lUth a Hal- lo^e'eh party last esenlng. In ; the games June Workman Tonsil Infection Costs Life oi Dogwood Child Vlrgic Marie Perkins, 13-year-ol< daughter ol Mr. anrt Mrs. Tom Perkins of the Dogwood Ridge com- innnlt, succumbed at 3 o'clock yes terday ndcr'noon nl the Blylhevlllc hospital, net death was attriuut cd to complications resulting lo an Infection of-tv lonsll. Fimsrol services were held al 1 o'clock this morning nt:lne tamil home with the Kev. W. J. .The'hostess''mother was assisted by L Miss Kalherlne Williams "in serving a plate lunch alter the games. i' » » Gffes.Birthday Part). ; Because it lias her fourth t birthday, Alice Ann Davidson, daughCer of Mr and Mrs H. C. Davidson, had 4 party Friday afternoon. ' The 11 children played games and were served'ice cream and birthday, cake, Candy suckers, dressed as'do.lls In^ gay handkerchiefs, were souvenirs V i t « Clftb Hat GucsU ,Mrs \ G O.'' Caudill had llie Thdrsda^ Contract, club this week when she also, entertained Mi's r King and. Mrs J. Neal arrnnt, clerk, were: between midnight He practiced nd noon. He practiced between noon and iiidnight. He apparently knew only • one ong, "O Sola Mio. He apparently kncu- only the vords, "O Solo Mio." He awakened babies and working men awake. He couldn't decide whether h «'ns a tenor or a. bass. He soured the milk. Madden accepted Johnson's promise he woulit cease nnnovini; the neighbors. " ! B. P. Parks, and Tom .R. \Vil- drove^. to New Madrid Monday evening and attended the Masonic Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Lenafd Edmonston and sister, Mrs. Bertha Kinsolving drove to Donlphan, Sunday, where they met Mr. and Mrs. L,. R. Clark, of West Plains, and all enjoyed'a B. T. U., 6:30 P. M. Preaching by the pastor, 7:30 Eel-vice, Wednesday, M. Mid-Wcck 30 P. M. Mississippi County association of B. Y. P. us, will meet at the church Thursday evening nt 7:30. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH picnic Mr. and Airs. Robert Hill and) ndia's Toothbrush Order Puzzled Experts LONDQN. (UP)—Empire .experts are mystified by ah'-order, for ?5|00 toothbrushes f(jr iridia.. Tliey point ou}, !> that. i ,th!>re are lenty of,drug stores'in : that conn 1 ry to;supply the normal.wants of ne 100,0(10 white poipulation,'*rlUe he natives have hitiierto used a >le'ce"pf soft ? wood: ; lo .clean their eeth. ' ,' . :••' This', iniich cheaper aiii cieaiic'r Method consists ol brbaki'ng pit ;a m, of twig, of orange,'or other soft wood,' chewing Uic' .end : fritb the semblaiice of a brush, and-'.vigorously-brushing for a. consider' able period:. • •So,-who wants, the extra'Sis.boo mishes./and for what? it is.'SUg- jcsted that, perhaps the Slihs in:end to use them to currycomb their beards. ' : -. Only residents of the New England states are rightfully Ya'hSees. The Hprnersville..'_. _ _. the slate award, for the highcs increase of membership -in th state ol Missouri. Bond ShauoX son,of Mr, ah Mrs. Riley Shaiids, Of Silver Dale, f who is in the navy, arrived Wednesday from .New York .arid .will visit relalives, for a•• month, then going to San Pedro, Calif. .Mrs. Marcus Wijkins returned, Friday from Flint, . Mich,; where she spent three weeks' as guast of her sister, Mrs. Tunney Hall, and family. Mrs. Ciia rles . P. Kehn ett, and Miss Zetta Jfae Glass entertained evening with a bridge par. . son, James Kinsolving, of Cape i'^at the hew home, of Mrs. Keh- Girardeau spent the week, end here with Mrs. Hill's parents, Mr. arid Mrs. T. B. Kinsolving, and tile family of her sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slan'ning. William Bcrch and Miss Pearlc Silky were guests of triends in BIythevillc Sunday aflernoon. 'f. J. Kleindienst, Paslor I Mrs. 6. J. Vaiice and Mrs. Clyde Special Mission Rally Services | Mulberry, of Monette, spent Mon- At 3:30 P. M., hear the Rev. day here as guests of Mrs. Vance's Werner Wiech of Lnfe, Arkansas, sisters, Mrs. J- B. Shoemate nnd At 7:30 V. M., Hear the Rev. ~ " Victor Bnicggc of Memphis, Train. At 5 P. M., enjoy a social hour with lis. The laughing jackass is not an animal, but a bird. pastor of the Lake Street Method ist cliurci\. olUclattng. IntcvmciH wns miido nl- Maple Grove cemetery. She is survived by her pArciits nnd a sister, Mrs. Beatrice Stiles. The Cobb Undertaking company For REAL protection Phono 191 CLARK-WILSON AGENCY General Insurance FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sixth and Main V. E. BuUerworth, Minister .."The Man Everybody Hated" is Mr. Butlerworth's Eernion topic for ihe 11 a. in. service, nnd "Called Chosen and Faithful" ia the theme at the 6 p. m. vesper service. Bible school for all ages is at 10 a. m. Mid-week service Wednesday from 6:30 p. m. lo 8:15 p. m. Every body welcome to nil services. Osceola "Got Is Not Mocked" is Mr. But- Miss Marie Bunch. Mrs. Varole Hatcher, Mrs. Riley Knight, and Miss Blanche Hayes drove lo Black Oak "Friday to attend the funeral of Miss Cora Fisher, a relative! .Mrs. R. M. McCaleb and daughter, Miss Irene, left Monday foi Savannah, Tehn., to visit Mr. am Mrs. J. B. McCaleb. Charles Glass drove to Memphis Sunday and was accompanied harm. Monday by Mr. niid Mrs, Jim Hardin. Mr. Hardln hns been h the Baptist hospital in Memphi for some time nnd is very slowl improving. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Montgom cry, of Lcnchvillc, spent the wee tt. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Matthews al- nded the St. Louis Annual M. E. (inference at Jackson, Mo, Suhy. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Scwell and vildren returned Wednesday from air Dealing, where they spent (lie hool vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. kirk- ian spent Sunday at Johnson's Jand visiting Mr. and Mrs A. N /alpole and. family. Ii. E. Old Jr., of Memphis, Is iponding Ihc weekend with Mrs. Old. Miss Adcle Kingston has rcUim- ed to Oxford, Miss., where she attends the university, alter ;i brief stay at home. Mmes. E; M. Me Call, Charles L. Wylle, A. B. Holland and Fred Ru-, Ihcrford spent yesterday hi«. ' : • : Mrs. C. C. Langslon an dMrs. ^Tarvill i Nunn: are si>ending the week ciid at Oxford,, Miss. ThbX'prize,,-a double deck of monograramed cards/-went to Mrs. J.-Erriert] Hasson,'and Mis. King iccciyed cards-,tor high guest.i •A salnd, plate was served. Approxtaattty 11,800,000 words are" spofcn^by Ihe average man mry >car, i Dr. Floyd D. Howton, Dentist Announces ihe open- o( an office for denial practice in the''Lynch building on South Broadway. . We Pay All Losses With a Smile mi IN i 'LOCUST AT /T.LOUI/.MO. FIVE MINUTES FROM TH£ SHOPPING CENTER AS'TO PRICE- • -RCOM \VITHPRIVATEUJBANO SHOVER BATH FROM CORRECTION In our advertisement in last night's issue of the Courier News Rohn Nu- Matic Shoes were quoted at $6.50 through a typographical error. The Ad Should Have Read: Rohn Nu-Matic Shoes $6.95 HAYNES MEN'S SHOP HOTEL NOBLE Is Now Agent For American Airlines, Inc. Call 83S For Information and Reservations TEXA JQYNER& ; BONIFIELD ; TEXACO PRODUCTS SHONE 134 FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSUE&NCK DEPT. This Is a True Fish Story But We Apologize We're mighty sorry that'our .supply of fish was not large enough to care for the wants of the large crowd last night but if you'll eomo, back next Friday we'll guarantee'.to liavc plenty of those delicious fresh Grapple. Fried Crappie Dinner Served cacli Friday night and 'all you can cut for "only .- - - .. Drinks Of All Kinds Cigarettes, 2 Packages --- •"•" Texaco or Conoco Gas* Gallon - - - lie Harry Bailey's STATE LINE SERVICE STATION

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